Robert Pattinson says he had to gracefully decline when he was asked to jerk off a dog in his latest drama, "Good Time."
The 31-year-old actor appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" Thursday, detailing the x-rated scene and how the director tried to persuade him to give a dog a hand job.
"There's a lot of things in this movie which really cross the line of reality. It's not even on the line, it's way beyond the line. There was initially this scene — I don't think I should say this — but it's like, my character, Connie, has this affinity with dogs. He thinks he is a dog in a previous life,” Pattinson said. "He thinks he has control over animals and stuff."
"There's this one scene we shot where basically a drug dealer bursts in to the room and I was sleeping with the dog and basically giving the dog a hand job."
Pattinson said both the dog breeder and the director encouraged him to just go for it, but he refused.
"I asked the trainer, because the director was like 'just do it for real man, don't be a p--y,'" Pattinson said. "And the dogs owner was like, 'Well, he's a breeder. So you can. You've got to just massage the inside of his thighs.'"
"I didn't agree to do the real one, we made a fake red rocket," he said. "It was fun. It'll be on the DVD extras."
"Good Time" tells the story of Constantine Nikas, played by Pattinson, who embarks on a journey through the NYC underworld in an attempt to get his brother, who was part of a botched bank robbery, out of prison. The film hits theaters on Aug. 11.