Robert Pattinson will be seen in the much-awaited "The Lost City of Z" and ahead of the movie's release, the actor opened up about his experience of portraying the character Henry Costin, his career choices and if he would ever return to "Twilight."

Robert Pattinson starrer "The Lost City of Z" is releasing this Friday and the 30-year-old actor has revealed a lot of details about the project, Yahoo Movies claimed. The actor revealed that when director James Gray gave him the script, it was a straight action movie but it changed into an elegant story. He also revealed that James had given him the book and was probably thinking of Pattinson to be cast as Percy's son as the actor was only 21 at that time.

Talking about his character Henry Costin, Robert Pattinson said that he always thought that it would be a good idea to have a foil for Percy and he liked the idea of Costin being the character who has complete disregard for English aristocracy. "The Lost City of Z" actor also disclosed that Costin was a refrigerator salesman and had applied to become an adventurer, which Pattinson found crazy.

Shedding light on the jungle shooting experience, he said that that it was very close to being on a vacation. The 30-year-old-actor also revealed that he likes shooting in the middle of nowhere and while filming in a jungle, he believes in a character a little more. When asked about the risks he has taken in his life, he said that he tries to push the boundaries and does not really worry about taking risks.

Robert Pattinson also spoke about his "Twilight" fan base and admitted that it has calmed down over time. When asked if he would return to playing Edward Cullen, Pattinson joked that he would get his own spin-off but added that he is always curious where there is a mass audience.

It is worth mentioning here that "The Lost City of Z" is based on David Grann's book that revolves around the adventures of explorer Percy Fawcett.