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Robert Pattinson finds deep fake videos “terrifying”

Robert Pattinson finds deep fake videos “terrifying”

Robert Pattinson finds deep fake videos “terrifying”

Robert Pattinson finds deep fake videos “terrifying”

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  • Robert Pattinson finds “terrifying” deep fake films of himself.
  • The 36-year-old actor hates dancing in front of others.
  • He also suffered a panic attack.
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The “Batman” actor quipped that because the “strange dancing videos on TikTok” that employ artificial intelligence to place his face on someone else’s body have fooled even individuals close to him, he may find himself out of a job.

He told ES Magazine: “It’s terrifying. The amount of people who know me quite well and will still be like, ‘Why are you doing these weird dancing videos on TikTok?’

“It’s really bizarre. You just realise that we’re two years away from it being indistinguishable from reality — and what on Earth am I going to do as a job then?”

The 36-year-old actor, who dislikes dancing in front of others, believed he had “broken [his] curse” after showing off his moves in his most recent Dior Homme commercial. However, he quickly discovered that the moment he tried to break a move at a party, he suffered a panic attack.

He said: “I thought I’d broken my curse when I did that scene [it involves Pattinson performing an exuberant, freewheeling shimmy]. But then I went to a party a few weeks later — thinking I’m like Billy Elliot and as soon as I took one step on to the dance floor had one of the biggest panic attacks of my life.

“You know when you think you’re that guy and then suddenly, you’re just brutally humbled. Yeah, it felt like my dad had just caught me joy riding a car.

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“I went cold; I think I left the party after that.”

Robert acknowledged that he worries constantly about not being hired again, therefore he feels compelled to work continuously.

He said: “There’s just something in me which runs very, very deep and it makes the idea of taking a holiday seem like an impossibility… I find myself going, ‘No, I have to keep working, I have to keep working all the time, this might be my last opportunity, I’ve got to save for a rainy day.’

“It’s genetic. My dad was always bad at taking holidays. He’d always love it but I remember even as a very young child, there’d always be tears the night before — he’d say, ‘Just go without me, just go without me.’ ”

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