Robert Pattinson: Fame Isn't the 'Worst Thing'

Robert Pattinson: Fame Isn't the 'Worst Thing'
Robert Pattinson
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07/23/2009 AT 05:35 PM EDT

Life isn't a drag since he's become the object of affection for women obsessed with the sexy vampire Edward Cullen, says New Moon star Robert Pattinson.

"I never do anything normal anyway," he joked at the New Moon panel Thursday at Comic-Con in San Diego. "And I just get other people to do it now."

Pattinson and his castmates Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart spoke to Comic-Con fans and media about their newfound fame.

"I pretty much live an almost identical life apart from being recognized," Pattinson explained. "That's not exactly the worst thing in the world."

Lautner said life has been a lot busier, but both he and Stewart agreed that getting a chance to see the fans at Comic-Con was one of the best parts of their experiences with the Twilight series.

"It's a little overwhelming to have so many people here, but I guess it's a good thing," Stewart said. Added Lautner: "Little nervous, but it's good."

There's just one thing Lautner, who plays the werewolf Jacob Black, said he'd like to tell fans to stop doing.

"They ask me to growl for them and I really don't enjoy doing that," he said. "So that's for the fans – please don't ask me to growl. Just wait for the movie."

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