Comic-Con 2011: Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart Talk ‘Breaking Dawn’ Sex Scene!
Both Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are excited for fans to see “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1,” but what “little surprises” will fans see in the wild honeymoon sex scene? Plus, what did Kristen think of author Stephenie Meyer being on set more for the shooting of the last two films in the series?
Comic-Con 2011: Taylor Lautner Bites Into ‘Breaking Dawn’ & Talks Taking The Field For Funny Or Die. Taylor Lautner is “super excited” to have two films to promote at Comic-Con, “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part I” and “Abduction.” Plus, why was it a dream come true for him to shoot his hit Funny Or Die sketch that pays homage to “Field of Dreams”? Source: www.accesshollywood.com
Twilight stars (Nikki Reed, Ashley Greene) surprise Comic-Con fans
Highlight of the panel: Aside from the clips, the most enjoyable moment may have occurred when a male fan flipped the script by asking Lautner and Pattinson what it's like to work with so many hot women. “I love working with hot women. It’s why I became an actor," Pattinson confessed sarcastically (I think).
Best “Twilight” fan moment: Aside from the aforementioned one, the question from a cherub-cheeked 5-year-old who asked Pattinson: ”Did you like having the baby with Bella?"
Big question of the panel: What was up with Pattinson’s hair?
Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner talk "Breaking Dawn" at Comic Con 2011
"Twilight: Breaking Dawn" (parts 1 and 2) may not be the end for the teen vampire saga. Director Bill Condon may have an inside line to author Stephenie Meyer's plans for a possible continuation of the story in more books and movies.
Kristen Stewart at Comic-Con 2011: Day 1
"It's the end of the Bella/Edward story," said Condon at a Thursday (July 21) Comic-Con press conference, "but there are so many new characters at the end of the second movie that I suspect she would want to revisit them some time."
Could that mean Robert Pattinson (Edward), Kristen Stewart (Bella) and Taylor Lautner (Jacob) could be absent from any future sequels that could, for instance, follow the the next generation of vamps (or, to get slightly spoiler-y vamp/human hybrids)?
"You sound like you have some secret knowledge," said Lautner. "You're conveniently not mentioning Jacob, though."
For his part, Pattinson had some totally un-useful, though stupid fresh, suggestions for follow-up movie titles:
"Breakfast Time", he quipped. "Brunch? Noon?"
We're sure Meyer appreciates the help.
"Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1" hits theaters Nov. 18.
Stewart, Pattinson and Lautner also fielded a question about their off-screen pursuits, which led to a couple of goofy answers about Stewart's Cooking Channel obsession and Lautner's dancing skills. Source: blog.zap2it.com
Get More: MTV Shows
MTV has a live, one-hour Breaking Dawn special direct from Comic Con today at 6pm EST/3pm EST. Included in the special are appearances by Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner, Ashley Greene, Kellan Lutz, Nikki Reed, Elizabeth Reaser, Julia Jones and Jackson Rathbone. Source: www.mtv.com
"Condon says he went for grown-up emotion here—aimed squarely at Twilight‘s female audience. If Catherine Hardwicke was able to channel the teen POV in the first film, Condon is revealing the couple as adults: falling in love, getting married, living together, having a child, “set against a big mass-market studio movie,” he says.
But, befitting a vampire/human liaison, they don’t have your ordinary kid; they have no idea what is growing super-fast inside Bella, eating away at her—and in the next installment, Bella becomes a vampire. Condon is relieved that he and Summit finally decided not to shoot the final film in 3-D. In the arena of dramatic intense emotion, 2-D works best, he says.
At the Hall H panel, the cast praised Condon’s handling of that scene, which many readers of the book have speculated about how it would be done. It’s where the entire series was heading, and puts Bella and Edward into a situation beyond their control. Pattinson talked about how much he enjoyed playing more human emotions, like bonding with a baby, which requires “improvising” he said". Source: blogs.indiewire.com
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