Sunday, July 25, 2010

Taylor Lautner in Nick Magazine (Italy) - Scans & Interview

Taylor Lautner spoke with Italian magazine Nick, which also features new pictures of the actor. Courtesy of ItalianTwilightMoms.com we have the scans and translation of the interview.


What’s the role you dream about?
The next one. The most important role is always the one you’re about to face.
What’s keep you down to earth?
My family, my friends…what’s important is not throw away what you have. People gets in trouble when they become someone else. So you lose the people you care about. It’s like I have a double life: the old one that is still the same, and this one as an actor which allows me to travel and to see girls with my name tattoed on their arms. At home my life is normal like everyone else’s.
This doesn’t seem to bother you
At all. I won’t change my situation for nothing in the world.
What do you like about women (except tattoos)?
Loyalty. My ideal woman should be honest and sincere. I have to trust my woman.
Have you ever “shared” a woman with a friend?
Fortunately no, at least not until now.
Who do you asks advices?
People I trust: my friends or my parents.
Do you like to take risks ad an actor?
Absolutely. An actor can hazard without jeopardizing his real life so you should take any risks possible. I admire Jacob for being who he is: a man who never quits and stands for what he believes in. I know people prefer Edward and I can understand that, he’s a really nice guy.
If you can choose movies to express your personality, which ones would you choose?
For my romantic part I’d choose The Notebook, for my fighting side I’d choose The gladiator. I really like super heroes movies like Batman or SpiderMan, I recently discovered Iron Man thanks to the wonderful interpretation by Robert Downey Jr.
Is acting “your road”?
Now I’m happy to be an actor. I’d probably be an athlete right now but acting involves both physics and psychology, so I can try so many different things. I like to write too and, who knows, maybe someday I can direct someone in a movie. But it’s too soon to talk about it.


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