Robert Pattinson charmingly refers to himself as ‘super-bougie’ on Jimmy Kimmel

Robert Pattinson arrives at the 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' show

Robert Pattinson is currently on a promotional tour for his new indie film, Good Time. Not to be confused with Good Times, hey hey hey. Good Time is being called Rob’s best role to date, where he plays a feral street thug on the mean streets of New York. I actually hoped that Rob would do some sit-down print interviews for this, but so far, he hasn’t. He did Howard Stern last week, and on Thursday night, he did Jimmy Kimmel’s show. I spent a pleasurable ten minutes watching all of the clips and basically, if you’re already a Sparkles-stan, you’ll enjoy this.

Here’s Sparkles talking about locking a substitute teacher in a cupboard and then they discuss whether Americans say “knickers.” When Sparkles says it, it sounds filthy. But no, Americans don’t say “knickers.” We say panties, underwear, etc.

Here he talks about how he’s “super-bougie now” and about to get his “curtains re-hemmed.” He also talks about how nervous he was to do the Howard Stern interview.

Sparkles talking about Good Time and how he came to work with the directors:

Sparkles tells a crazy and offensive story about a dog. I mean… if this was someone else, I’m sure PETA would have some sh-t to say, but Sparkles tells the story with some charm, and hey, there was a fake dog “member.”

Robert Pattinson arrives at the 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' show

Photos courtesy of Backgrid.

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  1. rachel says:

    Lmao. Did you saw his backpack? I love it.

  2. Sarah says:

    He’s cute…he’s always come across as a nice, funny guy

  3. mia girl says:

    I work with a guy who is a super cinephile and he went to a screening of Good Time and could not say enough about it. He loved the film and the direction, saying Pattinson’s performance was really, really good (and apparently so were all the actors in the film).

    He did make the point though, warning us, that no one in the movie has a good time.

    • Who ARE These People? says:

      That’s the thing – would love to see him in a good performance, love to see a good thriller, but … all the violence. I might test it out at home but not invest at the theatre.

  4. Originaltessa says:

    Will always have a soft spot for Rob. He seems like such a sweet soul.

    • Esmom says:

      Me, too. He’s always humble and self-deprecating and seems grateful for the opportunities he’s had. Love him.

  5. Tig says:

    He has such a happy laugh-makes you laugh as well. Read he’s on Colbert next week-that should be too funny.

  6. Diana B says:

    His interviews give me life. All his carisma shines through. I jus love him!

  7. PunkyMomma says:

    He can be so charming, and he looks terrific. Good for him!

  8. L84Tea says:

    People can say what they want about him as an actor or as whatever, but he always comes across as humble, charming, and endearing. He does not take himself seriously at all. I think he’s awesome.

  9. Stephanie says:

    The dog story is some WTF stuff… he probably made it up or exaggerated to provide some clickbait… lol

  10. blonde555 says:

    He is beaming with joy! You can tell he’s happy with life and where he’s at. He has grown a lot as an actor and I fell more in love with him when he did water for elephants. Great actor and seems so sweet, have to agree with the posters above. 💜