Robert Pattinson On Handling His Own Publicity & Separating On - And Offscreen Romances

It's going on the three week mark since the release of "New Moon," but we've still got plenty of goodies to keep your interest going through your sixth, seventh and eighth times going to see the film and into your anticipation of "Eclipse." This time, it's the final installment of Robert Pattinson's MTV Radio interview, which left us with this important revelation: HE DOESN'T HAVE A PUBLICIST.

"I do have very, very specific ideas about how I want to do my work and how I want to be perceived to the point of ridiculousness, sometimes. I don't listen to anyone else. That's why I don't have a publicist or anything," Rob told MTV Radio. "I can't stand it if someone is trying to tell me to do something, which is maybe a mistake sometimes."

For anyone familiar with Hollywood, you'll know that a publicist acts as many things like buffering their stars from fan encounters and coordinating interviews. They generally handle scheduling and planning, and let the stars do their own thing. So for the leading man of "The Twilight Saga" who can have fans take off their clothes at an offhand comment to be handling his own publicity, we're assuming that it certainly does feel like a mistake sometimes.

In other more relevant news from the interview, Robert did admit he thinks he'd win in a fight with Taylor Lautner, but only if it was between Edward Cullen and Jacob Black.

"Looking at Taylor's martial-arts videos from when he was, like, 9, I wouldn't really want to do anything [to make him angry]," Rob admitted. "Maybe if I had some kind of weapon. But if Edward and Jacob [fought], I think it's actually a fact that Edward would win I think, if I read the books correctly. So I guess I could hold onto that for my ego."

He was, however, a bit more guarded when it came to a sly question asking how he separates himself from the onscreen romances ("Are you really dating Kristen Stewart?" in layman's terms).

"You've always got to remember that you're being paid and that there's a lot of connotations that come with [onscreen romance]. I think that's one of the major separations. Yeah, I think so," he said. So even with the sneaky questioning, Rob still won't give us anything. Damn you, David Letterman!

To read the entire interview, check it out at MTV.com!