Charlie Hunnam and Robert Pattinson played their parts in The Lost City of Z truly. So genuinely, truth be told, that they cut off correspondence with the outside world amid shooting. "I felt as if it would require more from me than I'd at any point needed to give," Hunnam, 37, said in a joint meeting with Pattinson for Good Morning America on Tuesday, April 11.
The motion picture, which depends on genuine occasions, stars the Sons of Anarchy alum as Percy Fawcett, a British-conceived pilgrim who disappeared in 1925 while on an endeavor to locate a legendary antiquated city in the Amazon. Pattinson, 30, plays one of his voyaging buddies.
"He would go on these amazing, gallant investigations into the wilderness for three or four years on end and have no contact with his family at home," Hunnam clarified of Fawcett.
In light of that, the Queer as Folk performing artist chose to go totally off the matrix. "I didn't utilize email once. I turned out poorly the PC. I didn't make a telephone call for four months. It was so freeing," he told GMA, noticing that his sweetheart of over 10 years, Morgana McNelis, is "exceptionally understanding." (He already revealed to Entertainment Weekly he attempted to stay in contact with McNelis through snail mail at to begin with, yet then chose to simply quit stating, "which clearly makes me seem like an aggregate mongrel, properly so.")
Pattinson disappeared as well. "It's mind boggling. 'I'm sad, I need to go for six months and I am profoundly in character. Try not to call me,'" he kidded, chuckling.