Robert Pattinson is reportedly reluctant to leave Australia after his latest movie wraps as it has provided the "peace and quiet he's needed".
The Twilight star is currently filming near-future western The Rover Down Under and is said to be appreciating life away from the spotlight.
Production wraps on the film in three weeks and Robert is allegedly dreading returning to LA and the looming crisis talks with his on/off girlfriend Kristen Stewart.
“Temperatures may have topped 50 degrees at times during filming, but Robert’s been happy to be away from Los Angeles. The set really is in the middle of nowhere, a good drive from Adelaide, so it’s been the ideal setting for him to forget all his troubles and bury himself in his work. After filming, Robert’s been keen to socialise with the cast and crew and loves being in the outback, away from city life. It’s the peace and quiet he has needed since his relationship woes with Kristen and the perfect way to re-evaluate things," a source told Radar Online.
“But, with just short of three weeks left of filming, Robert’s beginning to get nervous about returning to LA and Kristen. He left in frosty circumstances and needs to make a decision on what to do next. Either way, it will involve a big sit down chat with Kristen and that’s something he’s not looking forward to."
The pair's relationship was rocked when Kristen admitted having an affair with married Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders. The actress is said to be distraught about the prospect of losing Robert and has been confiding in Twilight co-star Taylor Lautner.
“Kristen has been spending a lot of time with Taylor of late because she’s been using him as a sounding board for her relationship with Robert. She thinks that he may have some insight in how she should proceed with Robert – and where their relationship is going," an insider previously revealed.
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