“The public doesn’t care if you do a “big” film or a “small” film. People just want to see you in a good film. Sometimes, some actors move from one big movie to another, until one day where everything stops at once. And in that moment, they end up helpless: “I don’t understand, I played the game.” Except there’s no rules. Everything can come crashing down at any time. The advantage if it happens to me is that I can always make some hundreds of dollars by going to sign autographs at Twilight conventions.”


The Production Notes for Maps To The Stars: THE LIMO DRIVER:

“I think Rob was really happy to be part of an ensemble, but Jerome is also a critical character, a lovely character and it was a chance for Rob to give a more naturalistic performance. I knew he would be fabulous and he was.” - David Cronenberg -

 “Within two pages I was thinking wow, this is so unbelievably different and hilarious. I don’t even know what people are going to make of this, but it feels dangerous. It’s sort of satirical but it’s also a ghost story and it’s also a kind of thriller. It defies genre. Jerome would never accept that he is just a limo driver. I think he feels he’s just waiting for his break, and yet, he’s seemingly the only one in this story who’s not going insane – or who isn’t a ghost. He’s a fairly normal guy, which is slightly odd for me, as well.” - Robert Pattinson -