Robert Pattinson, who is gearing up for the release of “Good Time”, says the film has changed him a lot and made him comfortable in his own skin. The film, directed by Josh and Benny Safdie, features Pattinson, 31, as a small-time criminal who attempts to race against the clock to break his brother out of prison after a botched bank robbery.
In a conversation to The Hollywood Reporter, Pattinson said after shooting the film, “I’m more confident in my body than I used to be. It’s something about growing up as an English person — you’re very physically inhibited. I’ve done a few movies where I’ve actively tried to be more physical and break through my levels of inhibition and self-righteousness. It’s difficult. But as soon as I saw their last movie (‘Heaven Knows What’) — it’s so kinetic — I just knew I wanted to do something with them.”