The cast of Breaking Dawn Part 2 sat down to a press conference today at Comic-Con — their final one for the Twilight saga at the annual event.
The cast of Breaking Dawn Part 2 sat down to a press conference today at Comic-Con — their final one for the Twilight saga at the annual event. Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner, Mackenzie Foy, and author Stephenie Meyer were ready to talk about the last film in the franchise, the difficulty of making sex scenes for a PG-13 film, and the (very funny) challenges that would come up if the films were ever rebooted in the future. Check out what they said:
On Jacob and Edward's relationship in this film:
Robert Pattinson: "I sacrificed my daughter to him!"
Taylor Lautner: "And that is love . . ."
RP: [joking] "This one is a love story between me and Jacob."
TL: "It is a little bit different, the relationship between all three of us, because it's always been a complicated love triangle, and now it's a square . . . it's become much less complicated."
Kristen Stewart: "It's a perfect circle."
On the physical challenge of this film:
KS: "I had really bad luck with my thumbs. It plagues me actually; both of them are very oddly shaped. Any grimace you see is probably real. Physically, this thing's been more challenging than anything, because even the way she walks into a room is different."
On Kristen becoming vampire Bella:
KS: "Rounding her out was fun and physically really challenging. I remember going to Stephenie on the first day I had to play a vampire, I was like 'Um, Steph, how am I going to sound like wind chimes, you jerk?! That's impossible!'"
To find out what else Pattinson, Stewart, and the others said about sex scenes, how the Twilight saga could continue, and more, just keep reading.