Outback calms RPatz
Robert Pattinson. Picture: Getty Images

Robert Pattinson said he enjoyed the remote Australian location on his new movie The Rover because it was pleasant not having to worry about fans or the paparazzi.

The British star spent 41 days filming in Marree, a one-pub town 650km north of Adelaide with a population of just 90 people.

He said: "(It was) absolutely in the middle of nowhere. There's a road that goes from the east to the west of Australia, through the outback, and we were at the point where it turns into a dirt track. It was the end of the tarmac."

Pattinson told The Hollywood Reporter his living quarters were far from glamorous and the heat and the flies made filming tough at times but he had fond memories of the time he spent in the little town with co-star *Guy Pearce *.

"There was something so (great), just being able to look for absolutely miles to the horizon. There's something really calming about it," he says.

The West Australian

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