Robert Pattinson attended San Diego Comic-Con to promote the final installment of the "Twilight" films and talked to OnTheRedCarpet.com about where he sees himself one year from now.
"I've kind of signed up to a bunch of different things," Pattinson told OnTheRedCarpet.com. "I mean, I don't know, I sort of fell into this - I've sort of fallen into everything ... I'm going to spend my whole life falling into stuff."
"The only thing I know is, I think I'm quite a good judge of material, so once, if I've still got this great audience, which kind of follows the different movies, I guess I can try to do the best thing I can and hopefully they'll get financed because of the great 'Twilight' fans," he continued.
"Twilight: Breaking Dawn - Part 2," the final installment in the hit vampire romance saga, hits theaters on November 16. Pattinson's character, Edward, is a vampire who is married to Kristen Stewart's character Bella. He turned her into a vampire to save her life after she gave birth to their daughter, Renesmee. She is all grown up in "Breaking Dawn - Part 2" and is played by 11-year-old Mackenzie Foy.
The 26-year-old English actor, also starred in "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" as Cedric Diggory, confessed to OnTheRedCarpet that the next "Twilight" film is set in a completely different world.
"It feels different to me - there's definitely more action," Pattinson explained. "It's got a huge battle sequence that's like 20 minutes long, at the end of it, which is kind of new for 'Twilight.' It's different , I mean as soon as Bella becomes a vampire, it's a totally different world. There's no humanity to it - it's like a sci-fi movie."
Pattinson was dubbed one of the highest-paid actors of the past year, according to Forbes (see list). He recently appeared in the 2012 films "Bel Ami" and "Cosmopolis," which hits theaters on August 17.
The actor has starred in a number of films in his career including the 2010 film "Remember Me" and the 2011 romantic drama "Water for Elephants" alongside Reese Witherspoon. In May, it was announced that the actor would appear in the movie "Mission: Blacklist," which centers on the man who helped plan the capture of the Iraqi dictator following a 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq.
Reporting by George Pennacchio of KABC Television, which produces the entertainment show "On The Red Carpet" (check for local TV listings).