Monday, March 28, 2011

Robert Pattinson has a phobia!

Robert Pattinson has revealed he was petrified of horses. The young man who filmed a scene with a horse in his latest film, "Water of Elephants", had to overcome his phobia! The star of "Twilight" that had to work with many animals during the filming of his latest film, revealed to have been particularly alarmed to find themselves face to face with a horse.

He says: "I had to be overthrown by a horse. It was terrifying. It was only a split second, but it was a great stallion. I was already scared by the horses before. The actor of 24 years who co-starred with Reese Witherspoon in "Water of Elephants", said he was relieved that we did not ask him to get on the horse for the purpose of the film.

"I'm just happy not having to climb one of them. I'm not particularly comfortable for a little ride on a horse, "he says. "Water for Elephants (" Water of Elephants ") directed by Francis Lawrence will hit French screens May 4, 2001. Synopsis: As he is about to pass his final exam at the veterinary school at Cornell, Jacob Jankowski lost his parents in a car accident.

Following this tragedy, he dropped everything and joined the Brothers Benzin, a circus trying to survive the Great Depression ...

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