Pierce told Today show host that Rob is a fine lad and showing extreme grace under fire. He took Rob to the horse races when they worked together on Remember Me and treated him like a son. Rob spoke highly of Pierce too and said how confident and Down to Earth he is. When fans did not stop staring at he and Rob at dinner, Pierce got up, went over and shook their hands and chatted like he was in a neighborhood pub. Soon the weirdness went away and the fans saw that they are just people not royalty. Rob was amazed how it changed things so fast. This is from Paul Byrne, the interviewr that got the interview with Rob where he opened up about his beliefs and faith before Twilight exploded.
The left does not like stars being anything except wild, anti-America and against organized religion, so they attacked Rob relentlessly. full interview hereBYRNE: You co-star with Robert Pattinson in Remember Me and with Carey Mulligan in The Greatest, both hot young stars. Coincidence, or are you keen to get down with the kids?
BROSNAN: I think both Robert and Carey are exceptional when it comes to young actors, in that they're more than just pin-ups or flavours of the month. You can sense in both of them a strong desire to do good work. I don't think either one is trying to get by on their looks; they're both looking for work that's a little more challenging than that. And it's always a wonderful feeling, being around people who are completely in love with what they're doing.BYRNE: Having lived with fame for quite some time now, did you have any advice for the beleaguered young Robert when it came to dealing with all those screaming teens?
BROSNAN: I think Robert knows that there's very little he can do right now except put the head down and work. It's not exactly fun, having that kind of crazed attention. It might be flattering at first, but the novelty soon wears off.