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Indulging in bad behavior? Hating on his vampy self? Bragging about countless women?

That hardly sounds like the Robert Pattinson we know and love, but you best believe it, R.Pattz fans. 'Cause the dude's revealing a whole other side to himself, in an interview from across the pond.

What's the latest sign Rob is so over his days as Edward Cullen?

In an interview with the Herald Sun, Rob admits he was eager to transition from his vampy role to a womanizing crook in Bel Ami:

"There is something quite fun about going from Edward Cullen to playing a guy who pretty much abuses women to get money out of them. Edward so wouldn't approve," Rob reveals.

Uh, tell us something we don't know Rob!

Obviously, the wimpy Edward, who only has eyes for Bella, would never approve of R.Pattz breaking the hearts of such gorgeous women.

Still, Rob may be so over his vampire persona, but will admit Twilight has changed his life:

READ: Kristen Stewart Sends Chilly Message to Papz: "Freeze to Death!"

"Doing something like Twilight opens doors and it closes others. You can say, 'Oh, if I was still unknown, then no one would judge me,'" Pattinson explains. "But at the same time, nobody would give a s--t either. It's a weird little balance."

Twilight aside, we have a tough time imagining no one caring about the hunky R. Pattz, and we don't see why Rob can't have a little fun while he leaves Edward behind, right?

"There are lots of attractive women in the film [Bel Ami] Christina Ricci, Uma Thurman and Kristin Scott Thomas" Rob dishes before adding:

"And I sleep with all of them!"

Uh, Edward Cullen, who? Tread carefully, Rob, we can't imagine K.Stew would approve.

What say you, Awful readers? Sound off and let us know what you think of Rob's comments!

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