Hollywood celebrities live in a separate reality from the rest of the world. Robert Pattinson, the “Batman,” star recently said that he felt anxiety because of a lack of job security in entertainment. Remember, this is an individual worth over $100 million. Imagine having that amount of money in a vault.
Pattinson’s comment is disrespectful towards everyday Americans, who spend their hard-earned money to watch actors such as Pattinson in the movies to escape the daily grind. What a way to be out of touch.
Breitbart News reported that Pattinson stated the lack of job stability in the movie business, or as it was called in Hollywood decades ago, makes actors feel they could “spend the vast bulk” of their life “unemployed and desperate.”
You’ve reached adulthood!
“I think you will spend most of your life feeling desperate, unemployed, and like a failure. Pattinson told Jordan Firstman, a comic from the magazine “Interview”, that he thought this was just how life was.
Firstman replied: “If Robert Pattinson says that, then there’s no hope for anyone ever to be satisfied.”
The actor, best known for his role as Edward Cullen in “Twilight”, explained that he suffers from anxiety because the film industry is so unpredictable. He said that actors could be out of work for up to three months before they land a lucrative gig. This cycle can repeat itself. Pattinson leaves out that successful actors like himself can earn millions per role, and play multiple roles in a single year. The average American, on the other hand, only makes $60,575 over the same period of time.
“I feel that you are at maximum for most of the time when you do a job, and you have been employed for three months.” The actor said, “That’s the most stressful thing in the entire world.”
Pattinson later revealed that he is motivated by a fear of being humiliated. You also know that it’s up to you. “You can blame the script, the director, or any other reason you want, but no one will care.
“You’re the one who everyone’s going to say is lame. And the vast majority of people will say you’re lame even when you tried your best,” Robert Pattinson explained.
The star confessed to being addicted to relevancy. The star said, “I believe you can have moments of relevance every two years and that’s what I recommend.” “The people who are always relevant, that’s not a way to live.”
“The pandemic was my first taste of relevancy, and it’s such an addictive drug. I’ve done almost every drug, and nothing hits like relevancy,” Pattinson revealed. “But when it goes away, the withdrawals are crazy.”
Now it makes sense. Pattinson is out of touch with reality because he’s a drug addict.
You’ll have to forgive me, Mr. Pattinson if I do not cry a river about your situation. Imagine a person working 40 hours per week, or more, and living paycheck to paycheck. They face the risk of being fired or laid off every day.
Hollywood actors and celebrities are convinced that they know what is best for America, and they use progressive propaganda to convince us of their views and to vote for their candidates. Thankfully, the vast majority of us know better.