Hollywood actors Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart want to achieve a fame like Johnny Depp.
The couple is planning to take some time off after shooting the last film in the series, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn", to travel. Friends say in the future they want to choose their work so they only act when they want to, reports contactmusic.com.
"After "Twilight" they are aiming for a Johnny Depp level of fame - to work when they want but to get peace and quiet when they don't," said a source.
"Right now, neither has accepted a role after 'Twilight' so they may even take a whole year off," the source added.
Both the actors think it will "do them good to disappear for a while" and the time off will give them perspective on their careers.
The source added, "They think it'll do them good to disappear for a while as they're both in danger of being overexposed. Kristen knows Keira Knightley, who went on a Himalayan trek a few years ago to get some perspective on the madness of Hollywood.
She's convinced she and Rob should do the same. She wants them to just be a boy and a girl hanging out together."