Two Hollywood heartthrobs who happen to work together for "Lost City of Z" started off quite coldly as they reportedly did not speak to each other off set. Charlie Hunnam previously shared the experience with co-star Robert Pattinson who reportedly ignored him throughout the course of the movie's filming. However, they seem to have settled their supposed issues as they went to their movie's promotion together.
Charlie Hunnam's charms may not have worked on his "Lost City of Z" co-star, Robert Pattinson, whom he previously revealed has not been talking to him while they were doing the movie. The "Sons of Anarchy" star then reportedly noticed the rather odd treatment and started to wonder whether the "Twilight" actor liked him or not. He also said that he felt that there was a real distance between them when they started to film the flick back in 2015.
"I had a couple of rehearsal sessions with Sienna [Miller], but I didn't spend any time with Tom [Holland] or Robert," Charlie Hunnam previously told in an interview with ScreenDaily.com. He then said that he wanted his relationship with his fellow stars to "evolve naturally on screen" before he confessed that he thinks he only had not more than ten words conversation with Robert off the "Lost City of Z" set.
People then were fast to judge Robert Pattinson, claiming that he was obnoxious to the "Pacific Rim" star. However, the two did not appear quite awkward with each other when they attended the Berlin Film Festival together in February. After which, the duo also went to the "Lost City of Z" premiere in London together.
A publication then reportedly confirmed the allegations and said that the statements of Charlie Hunnam spreading are accurate. The actors though have already cleared the air as Hunnam also revealed that Pattinson eventually talked to him.
"I didn't know if he was just 'in that zone' or if he genuinely didn't like me. There was a real distance between us," Charlie Hunnam claimed in an interview. "But it creates the right dynamic on screen... He's reached out to me subsequently, making overtures for us to be friends now, so I think it was about the work," Jax Teller actor in defense of Robert Pattinson.\