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Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart share how they really feel about Edward and Bella in ‘Breaking Dawn’

Here’s an article on Edward and Bella and Breaking Dawn, found at


After playing the parts of Bella Swan and Edward Cullen for so long, is it any wonder that Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson can get heated talking about their characters? When EW sat down with the two stars and their director Bill Condon to talk about the upcoming Breaking Dawn Part 1 (in theaters Nov. 18), the penultimate chapter of theTwilight Saga, the 25-year-old actor spoke frankly. “Look, there are a lot of moments when Edward sort of acts like a p—y,” Pattinson said. “You can quote him on that!” Stewart laughed.

One example from Breaking Dawn? [Spoiler Alert!] When Bella is gravely ill, due to her pregnancy, yet still wants to spend time with the third prong of Twilight’s love triangle, Jacob (Taylor Lautner). “My wife is dying, I have completely f—ed up my life and hers, and Jacob’s like [To Bella] ‘Hey, baby, you don’t look too bad to me,’” Pattinson said. “And I’m just sitting there, like, with a bucket collecting [Bella’s] vomit. That really wouldn’t happen. I should have thrown the vomit at him.”

Pattinson also has some tongue-in-cheek criticism of his character in relation to the highly anticipated flurry-of-feathers scene. “I wanted to have it as a line so much,” Pattinson told EW, switching to an American/Edward Cullen accent. “I bit through all the pillows. Every. Single. One,’” he laughed. “And then he’d start crying. By the way, that’s what he should be ashamed of in the morning. All those beautiful pillows! Egyptian cotton! ‘I ruined this bed!’”

And then, of course, there’s the wedding scenes, which truly affected Stewart, much to a teasing Pattinson’s amusement.

“I could see her getting sort of emotionally affected by it and I almost didn’t want to stay at the end of the aisle,” Pattinson said. “I wanted to go down and say, ‘Stop being ridiculous’ [laughs].”

“I wanted to run down the aisle,” Stewart said. “I was literally pulling away from Billy [Burke, who plays her father]. Now it’s a trip to watch the wedding scenes especially. It was so volatile and emotional — I was being such a crazy person.”

Twilight wins at 2011 Teen Choice Awards

Here’s the winnings of the 2011 Teen Choice Awards, found at


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Twilight and Actors won in the following categories:

Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy – Taylor Lautner
Choice Movie: Male Scene Stealer- Kellan Lutz
Choice Movie: Female Scene Stealer – Ashley Greene
Choice Vampire – Robert Pattinson
Choice Movie Actor: Drama – Robert Pattinson, “Water for Elephants”

CONGRATULATIONS Taylor, Robert, Kellan & Ashley!

R.I.P. The Best Hair That Ever Was, 2008-2011

Here’s an article paying tribute to Robert Pattinson’s hair, found at

Our grooming editor pays tribute to Twilight heartthrob Robert Pattinson’s lustrous, beguiling haircut, which was massacred last week

I’ll never forget when it came into my life. It was one of those glass-half-empty days when you have a pounding headache and the spins and you’re beginning to believe that myth about your body slowly coasting downward after 21 may be true. I was eating cold pizza. My DVR was broken, and, so, I was also not fast-forwarding through the commercials when it started—a Volvo ad. What kind of Volvo? I couldn’t tell you. You see, it wasn’t the pretty car my eyes were fixed on. It was Robert Pattinson—specifically his hair region. I bit my knuckles. I can’t remember if I said “shit” audibly or just to myself, but that moment signified a new beginning.
There are dudes out there, girl-liking ones mind you, who dig looking at pictures of other dudes, say, oiled up on Venice Beach throwing 450 pounds of iron over their bare chests while grunting. Motivation. This was the same. Except my guy was clothed, fully and decently, and had a mane that could put any other juiced-up coif to shame. I was sure of it.

It’s foolish the things we do out of desperation, but, me being a dreamer, I tried to grow some of my own. One summer, I gave up cutting my hair only to discover that mine grows out rather than down and is littered with cowlicks. Still, I pushed on through fro-dom against my better judgment, reminding myself regularly of the goal. After reading Pattinson forwent shampooing, I went days, weeks, hell, even a month (true story) without washing so I could build up a nice, malleable coat. I’m certain I smelled—miserably. I saw an interview wherein Kristen Stewart revealed he pulled and twisted his righteously-splayed locks in the mirror and so, I, too attempted to become the master of my do, twirling and knotting with reckless abandon until someone asked me what that nest on my head was and I died a little inside and later gave in to my barber.

From then on, I was put in my place—still I watched Pattinson’s mane grow and evolve over the course of its few short years with us. At times it was a pompadour of restrained heights. At others, it was a finger-messed mop of prophetically tousled matter. In its last days it was quieter and more subdued, short and textured with an oily sheen of immortal glory. Of course, its days were numbered.

It’s funny—looking at a wild head like that you always had the feeling it might live fast and die young. Things that great never stick around. But that didn’t make its departure any less tragic or absurd. It’s been almost a week, but I can’t stop thinking of that image. Mangled and dismembered. Half-shaven like Rosie. Paraded around at fucking Comic-Con like a prize! No.

Still, we’ll always have that moment, crystallized in time, accessible through YouTube— that Twilight bastard exiting some four-door, hair styled as if by accident, every strand quivering in the wind, godlike, forever young.

Another Amazing Fan-made Video!!

I found this video while searching through youtube, I just LOVE this video, it’s so touching, found at

Here’s the info on the video:

This is a lot like the “Breathe” video I did but every time I heard this song it just made me think of New Moon and I was bored so I decided to to it! Hope you guys like it 🙂

Song: “Last Kiss” by Taylor Swift

I don’t own anything! All rights to respected owners.


5 Reasons We’re Excited for ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1’

Here’s an article on Breaking Dawn Part 1, found at

All right, Twihards. Not like you haven’t already heard, but ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1‘ is coming out on Nov. 18, and we just finished covering the cast and crew’s panel at Comic-Con, where they dished out the goods on one of the most highly anticipated movies of the year. We’re sure that there’s a ton of stuff that you’re eager to sink your teeth into, but from what we can glean from the first trailer and what we know about the new crew, we narrowed our list down to a handful.

Who knows what new stuff will be revealed by the end of the day’s events in San Diego (here’s our photo gallery from the ‘Twilight’ red carpet), but check out five things that already have us glittering with excitement:

1. Bill Condon Directs
These are the final ‘Twilight’ movies, and we’re glad to see that Summit pulled out the big guns by getting Oscar-winning director Bill Condon to helm the two-part series finale. Much in the same way that David Yates added a degree of maturity and darkness to the last four ‘Harry Potter’ movies, we’re hoping that Condon’s involvement will do the same. Nothing against previous directors Catherine Hardwicke, David Slade and Chris Weitz, but this is a tall order and we’ve got our fingers crossed that he’s the guy for the job.

2. The Wedding
Aren’t you tired of human-on-human weddings? We sure are. Since some of us still haven’t read the novels, we are champing at the bit to see what kind of shenanigans go down at the altar and whether or not Jacob shows up in wolf form to start biting guests left and right. No matter whose “team” you’re on, this day has been a long time coming and we’re quite happy for Bella and Edward to finally tie the knot by turning this into a full-fledged vampire love story.

3. Vampire Sex
Have you ever crushed a headboard with your bare hands during sex? Neither have we, and we’ve totally tried. So, when that scene turned up in the teaser trailer, we couldn’t help but wonder what other vulgar displays of passion are gonna go down on that honeymoon. Bet the cleaning crew was pissed when they saw that the next morning. (Leave a nice tip, Eddie.)

4. Abs, Abs, Abs
That’s right, ladies. You know what we’re talkin’ ’bout. No one does abs like teen wolves.

5. The Soundtrack
We don’t know how they do it, we can’t even imagine how much it must have cost them, but the bigwigs at Summit Entertainment have gotten some pretty fantastic acts to contribute some outstanding tunes to these soundtracks over the years. From the Black Keys to Bon Iver, you can just go ahead and Google the track listings for yourselves because the list is just too damn epic to fit into one little paragraph. And now that Kristen Stewart is pulling to bring back Band of Horses for the ‘Breaking Dawn, Part 1’ soundtrack, we can’t help but get pumped for what sounds like another winner for all us music lovers out there.

What about ‘Breaking Dawn, Part 1’ are you most excited for?

Kellan Lutz – Exclusive Interview!

Here’s an interview with Kellan Lutz, found at


Kellan Lutz poses for some exclusive shots for while atComic-Con 2011, held earlier in the month in San Diego, Calif.

Here is what the 26-year-old Twilighthunk had to share:

Just Jared: Talk to us about concluding the Twilight films now that you filmed the last 2 movies…

Kellan Lutz: I look back, and you know, I was working as an actor, it was really cool, I was very fortunate. I had justfinished up Generation Kill which took me seven months in Africa and a very epic project to work with for HBO and then I got on the ride of Twilight and that took off and it’s like Superman, the ride at Six Flags, where you just shoot and you have no idea what’s going on and it just continuously gets higher and higher and more enjoyable.

JJ: Coming from the HBO projects, I’m sure you had many ideas for your career, not knowing Twilight would become what it was, did you almost turn down the role?

KL: Yeah, I didn’t want to do it. I spent so much time filming in Africa, seven months, and that’s a long time to be away from your family and dogs. My agent wanted me to read for Edward and I read the script and thought that character was too depressing for me right now, I want to do something where I smile. I wanted to take a break from acting and I said that, I turned it down, I turned down the audition a couple of times. Ryan, my agent at the time really knew it was going to be a special project so he told me to read the role of Emmett, and I read it, it was only about four lines, but he was the big brother, the comedic relief and I fell in love with him. I said “Sure, I would love to play this type of role”. I auditioned, and long story short, here I am finishing the saga and Emmett is going to be in my heart forever.

Click inside to continue reading’s interview with Kellan Lutz

JJ: You guys really filmed these films so quickly.

KL: It did go fast! I was thinking about that. Four years to do five movies is great. The movies have been nice, this last one was seven months because we shot two which was kind of tough, but it has been a fun ride.

JJ: Have you had any crazy fan encounters?

KL: I love the conventions that take me around the world, especially to the small cities and the small towns. To date, the most extreme one was the fan that brought handcuffs and wanted to handcuff me and bring me home. I was joking with her and said ‘Just lock me up and take me home’ and she yanks out some handcuffs and security had to step in. Now it is just amazing, I feel like the fans have matured with the books and the movies. It is still very extreme, but I feel like they are closer to us and that we are more human versus these characters. Now it is just fun hanging out with the fans. It is really fun to just meet them, if we are in the same location, just to hang out and talk over lunch, get a drink together, every one is really cool. I’m very fortunate to have such loving fans.

JJ: You have Immortals coming out, it looks amazing!

KL: I’m really excited for that. That is a dream come true. To work with Tarsem Singh who didThe Fall and The Cell, two of my favorite movies.

JJ: It has a really cool cast!

KL: Amazing cast! John HurtLuke EvansFreida PintoMickey RourkeHenry Cavill. For me that was a step up and a giant leap up. To play Poseidon! I love Greek mythology, I’m a Pisces – I love the ocean. So many cards just fell into place on that one.

JJ: We’re sure you have a lot of fun projects coming your way with the successes you have had. Especially with the body that works for those types of roles…

KL: Surprisingly (laughs) a lot of Chippendale movies…no, I’m joking.

JJ: The real life of a Chippendale (laughs)…

KL: Confessions of a Chippendale! (laughs)

JJ: What’s on your bucket list as an actor?

KL: A boxing role, a fighting one.

JJ: Are you seeing scripts that are in those genres?

KL: Yeah, the one that Tom Hardy just did (Warrior) I read that script and fell in love with it. I would love to do He-man, he was a childhood favorite.

JJ: It’s time for that to get revamped.

KL: Yeah! I would love to play a superhero, Marvel or DC anything like that.

JJ: Are you waiting for the right project to be the main character of a film like that?

KL: Yeah I am, I would have loved to do Captain America. I think Chris Evans was an amazing choice for it, and I can’t wait to see the movie. I would love to be someone that I grew up loving.

JJ: Let’s put some ideas out there for the studios to give you a call…

KL: (laughs) Flash, Aquaman, Jonny Quest I loved. You know, I would love to play a Ninja Turtle or something like that, Michelangelo.

JJ: That’s a lot of ideas…

KL: Hey! I’m down, I have a lot of roles I can play.

JJ: You have several movies that have come out or are still coming out this year – your schedule must be jam packed!

KL: You know what, it’s nice to be working. It’s just so weird being a movie actor because you shoot something and some stuff, especially independent films don’t come out for a year or two after. I ask myself what I did in 2010, and then everything comes out in 2011. It’s really kind of weird because time flies.

JJ: Who would you like to work with in the future?

KLRobert Redford, big time. I just think he’s a stud.

JJ: We could see you doing something with Scorsese.

KLScorsese would be amazing! I’d love to do something with Leo [DiCaprio] and him. I’ve also wanted to play like a brother role to Matt Damon or Leo or something along those lines. I think it would be really fun and trivial. Bruce Willis would also be fun, I would love to be a part of theDie Hard movies.

JJ: You have so many ideas!

KL: Well I’ve been thinking a lot. I make these goals and I put them out there.

JJ: You just did a romantic comedy, what was that like?

KL: I did Love, Wedding, Marriage and that was a very fun experience. It is something that I’ve always wanted to do and I am happy to have done it. I would do it again! It was fun.

JJ: How do you find time to maintain your body at its top shape?

KL: It’s tough! Especially when gyms close. Doing the Twilight movies I was in makeup and contacts and you can’t sweat or you have to go back into the chair, so when I’m working it’s all about not eating everything at catering and I try and cut back on candy and stay hydrated. I love to swim, but I got into running and I love to jump rope – you can do that inside.

JJ: Guilty pleasures?

KL: Candy for sure! Now it’s just one of those things that its I just have to not have a candy drawer in my room. I have Halloween candy from back in my Arizona days from back in 2003.

JJ: That’s some vintage stuff…

KL: (laughs) Yeah, thank god it doesn’t go bad. My fireball is, like, green now, the color dye disappears but it’s still spicy.

JJ: What is your paradise?

KL: I recently moved towards the beach and I just love being there. I don’t know why it took me so long, but now I go running on the beach every day and it’s beautiful.

JJ: Paparazzi gold…

KL: They aren’t usually there! When I lived in the Valley they would stick outside my house; now I moved and I am never home so they can’t find where I live. So it’s kind of nice.

JJ: What are the best and worst things that have come along with fame?

KL: The best is being able to travel but also lending a voice for the charities that I am a part of. I think that a lot of organizations like the Boys and Girls Club and the Saint Bernard Project, and Peta, I’m a big animal advocate and kid advocate. It is nice to let alone donate funds, a lot of the times they are a great organization, they just don’t have a voice. I like to spread awareness, that’s why I created twitter. I love the diligence of the fans to be a part of it. On the opposite side, the bad part is that I can’t really go to Vegas anymore and flirt with girls in the pools like I used to love doing.

JJ: We’re sure less people ask you out now that you’re constantly working and might seem unapproachable because of what you do…

KL: Yeah, you know what, people have alternative motives. Thank god I still have my good friends that I still have from before everything took off. Dating is kind of tough, right now I’m busy, I’m single. I’m just a normal guy, I’m always looking. Now I know what I want.

JJ: Who do you want us to cast you alongside on He-man so that we can maybe spark a romance?

KL: Ooo… Who, who, who… We could do Jessica Biel.

JJ: She’s single!

KL: She’s doing her thing! You know what, I would like to meet a lot more people, it’s kind of tough because you only meet the people who you are working with.

JJ: Who should we get to direct He-man? I’m thinking something dark like Guillermo Del Toro.

KLGuillermo would be amazing actually.

JJ: What’s next for you?

KL: I have a movie called Bumped that I’m doing, in Buffalo, NY. Ironically it keeps getting bumped so we will see when it goes. Just finished a movie called Syrup which was so much fun. Then I’m producing. I’m doing this movie called Lucas which is very much a Jason Bourne type movie with Scott Free Entertainment, they are coming along to produce.

JJ: Are you going to star in it?

KL: Yeah, it’s a really cool script. It’s really great to get into the producing side of stuff and make my own road happen.

JJ: Are you excited to do stunts and more action?

KL: Yeah, the film will be all action. It’s a psychological thriller as well.

JJ: Are you doing your own stunts?

KL: Hopefully! I will be able to now, because I will be a producer on it. That way no one can tell me I can’t.

JJ: Just don’t tell your agent.

KL: (laughs) I know. He doesn’t care, he likes my battle scars. I did a movie called Arena and a machete cut up my chest.

JJ: Well we can’t wait to see that!

KL: I’ve been practicing my leaps.

Robert Pattinson: Better as Cedric Diggory or Edward Cullen?

Here’s an article on Robert Pattinson, found at


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Now that our era is coming to a close, we Harry Potter fans are reflecting on the last seven films as we prepare to say goodbye. For me, there’s one little pretty significant bit that stands out in my mind: the day we were introduced to Robert Pattinson as Cedric Diggory. Twilight fans are going to hate me a little bit for the next 800 or so words, and for that I’m only marginally sorry. It’s true, Pattison was just better as Cedric Diggory than he is as Edward Cullen. That’s just a fact you’re going to have to make peace with – at least for this week because for Potter fans, it’s our last hurrah and you’ll just have to let us have this one for now. We could have remembered Pattinson forever as Cedric – our beloved Cedric, may he rest in peace – but now, those memories are clouded with images of a pale-faced moper in aleather jacket.

Since I know those on the other side of the fence will want to know where the evidence for my “preposterous” claim stems from, let’s start with the easiest part: the superficial evaluation. Since they’re both portrayed by Pattinson, they’ve obviously got that signature modelesque smolder going for them, except that one of them looks like he’s actually a member of the living. Yeah, sure, vampires are “sexy” in a forbidden fruit, taboo sort of way, but let’s be real. Given the real-life choice between an adorable young man with flushed cheeks and a courageous heart or a pale, sparkling, sickly-looking undead guy who seems to have a greater affinity for Lancome lipstains than you do (oh, and when he gets frisky he may just try to suck your blood, NBD) how many of you would actually choose Cullen? In real life? Be honest. (Even if you’re emphatically saying “Me, me, ME!” in your head right now, I don’t believe you.)

Okay, so maybe you’re into the sparkle-goth-sickly look. Fine. But let’s talk about the sheer difficulty of spending time with a vampire versus spending time with a talented wizard. Vampires’ special powers: they can turn you into a vampire, they’re allergic to sunlight, they live forever, some possess the ability to read minds, they don’t breath, they can’t eat human food and it’s harder for them to go “vegetarian” than it is for a heroin addict to give up junk. Now before we get to Cedric, let’s just unpack this little suitcase. This all means no beach days spent sunning yourself on the sand FOREVER. No keeping secrets (even tiny little ones) to yourself FOREVER. No romantic dinner parties FOREVER.

Eclipse Edward Cullen Robert PattinsonOn the other hand, wizards aren’t so complicated. What’s their special talent? They can do MAGIC. That’s it – no other complications. They can create light out of nothing. They can send letters that talk. They can fly through the air on broomsticks. They can fight DRAGONS. They drive flying cars. They can defend themselves with nothing more than a little wooden stick. And they don’t have to run from the sun or fight their own instincts or endure living forever to do it.

Finally, Cedric is just infinitely more irresistible. He’s uncommonly good. In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, while the rest of Hogwarts is vilifying Harry for being chosen as a champion for the TriWizard Tournament, Cedric stands up for his rival, asking his friends not to terrorize the younger student. He helps Harry to decode a clue for the tournament; hec defends Harry when his father accosts Harry for some bad press coverage; and finally, when he and Harry both reach the TriWizard cup, he insists that Harry be the winner as a thank-you for Harry saving him twice in the maze. Of course on top of all that, he’s an excellent student, top of his class and beloved by lots of ladies. Basically, he’s a certifiable babe.

Edward on the other hand, does good deeds and protects his ladylove, for sure. But he’s such a mopey brooder. He stays up all night listening to indie music because he literally can’t sleep. He drives his collection of cars like a speed demon, which is only cool in Fast and Furious movies. He speaks like he’s still stuck in a former century and retains those difficult qualities of other literary characters like Edward Rochester from Jane Eyre, who’s romantic in theory, but not practice. Edward is self-loathing, sees himself as a monster, and is incredibly stubborn. Sure, he’s a romantic at heart, but you have to get past this thick, dark, emo exterior to get there. No thank you.

I can acknowledge that this is a matter of opinion (but mine is right) and it comes down to a certain distinction. Whether you’re the type of girl who prefers old James Dean movies to old Paul Newman movies (well, actually that’s kind of a difficult choice). Or whether you’re the girl who always dated dude with motorcycles and tattoos (hello, heartbreak) or the girl who dated nice guys with ambitions and tons of friends (okay, most of us have done both). Or whether you’re the girl who reads Vampire books or the girl who reads the best, most wonderful, magical series of books written in the last 20 years. Well, sorry Twi-hards, that last one’s the clincher. I’m going to have to call this one for the Potter kids.

Edward Cullen Bachelor Party!

Here’s an interesting article on the possibilities of Edward Cullen’s bachelor party, found at

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We all know from reading  Breaking Dawn, the books description of Edward’s bachelor party was pretty lackluster but then again it was according to Bella. So how about imagining our own Cullen-style bachelor party!

And in anticipation for the first part of the final installment, we thought it would be fun to plan these nights of debauchery for Edward and Bella.

First up: Eddie’s bachelor bash. You don’t actually expect us to believe that his last night as a free vamp was spent hunting (as it says in the book), do you? Of course not, there was bound to been some throwing back of blood shots (spiked, of course) at the very least.

And even though the party isn’t given much attention in the novel, the upcoming movie will include a glimpse of what goes down during the celebration.

“What happens at the bachelor party stays at the bachelor party, you know what I’m talking about?” Jackson Rathbone, who plays Edward’s brother, Jasper,spilled during a Houston radio show interview.

Well, that doesn’t exactly sound like a night of hunting, does it?

Now, before the whole “Edward’s a gentleman, he’d never do that to Bella” crap starts, remember, this is all in the name of fun. So what king of fun should they engage in? We have a few ideas:

The Hangover, Cullen Style: Emmett, Jasper and Carlisle take Edward to Vegas for a reckless night on the town. Things get crazy when Emmett spikes the blood Jell-O shots. They wake up the next morning and (gasp!) Edward is missing. Cue ensuing drama.

Strip Club: Can you blame Edward? He’s only human…well, not really. A lap dance is like a bachelor party rite of passage. And you can bet the ladies would be fans of the Cullens and their…um…stone-like skin.

Sporting Event: The Cullens are pretty into baseball. So it’s not out of the question that they would take Edward to a ball game where they can pretend to drink beer and chow down on hot dogs.

Hunting 2.0: OK, so maybe they really will go hunting. But it shouldn’t be their typical routine. Our idea: strip hunting. The last person to catch a deer has to remove an article of clothing. You know Jacob would be all over this (if he’s invited, of course)—he never backs down to a shirtless hunting adventure.

This is hilarious! We can dream can’t we? Click here to vote what you think would be a kicka$$ Cullen-style party.

EW Interview With Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart & Director Bill Condon

Here’s an interview with Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, and the director of Breaking Dawn, Bill Condon, found at

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EW interviewed Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and director Bill Condon after the Breaking Dawn panel.

Comic-Con’s Hall H held all the devoted fans (some who had been waiting to get in since Monday) it could pack in for Thursday’s Breaking Dawn panel. “You always forget just how huge it is,” said Robert Pattinson, a few hours later, relaxing with coffee alongside Kristen Stewart and director Bill Condon.

The highlight of the presentation had to be the screening of the never-before-seen footage of Bella and Edward’s honeymoon on Isle Esme. “I thought it went over really well,” said Condon. “I was hoping that the beats that they would kind of ‘Oooh’ and ‘Ahh’ over were the ones they would. It felt really good.” There certainly was plenty of both oooh-ing and ahh-ing (thanks to scenes of Stewart clad only in a white towel and Pattinson shirtless in the ocean by moonlight). And yet both actors agreed it was a calmer, gentler panel scene than during previous years at Comic-Con.

“The first time we did it,” says Pattinson of his first Comic-Con in 2008, “all the lights came up when everyone came in. And people just went insane. People didn’t stop screaming for ages — and that was before the movie even came out. It was a turning point. It was the first bit of promotional stuff — we’d done one Entertainment Weekly cover at that point, and that was it. And it was like the characters from the book had actually just walked out on stage.”

Stewart agreed. “It was the first real sign,” she said, that the movie versions of the beloved books might be a hit. Of that first appearance, “I think I was genuinely scared.” But this year, “everyone was so nice,” she said of the fans who attended the panel. Both actors and Condon mentioned they were impressed with fans’ thoughtfulness and respect given during the Q&A, and were thrilled to be able to show them the footage. “We had a discussion about it,” said Condon about the length of the clip. “I said, ‘Let’s not just do a little thing. Let’s really show them.’”

According to Lainey Gossips, a new EW photoshoot with Rob, Kristen and Taylor was shot which will be released closer to the release of the premiere.

The Big Three, Stewart, Pattinson, and Taylor Lautner were supposed to be shot for Entertainment Weekly while here to cover an issue to be released closer to when the movie comes out. This was scheduled well in advance. Not sure though if The Hair is messing with that plan though. PS. The hair is for a movie.

Breaking Dawn Clips at 2011 Comic Con

Here’s the two clips from comic con, found at