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Stewart: “I think that I’m most excited about the wedding and a few moments during the honeymoon and the birth…There are two scenes that take place right at the end of the reception for the wedding, between Charlie and Renee and Bella and I really love that part.”
Q: How did it feel to say goodbye to characters that you’ve been with for so long?
Stewart: “The actual moment, it was definitely strange. It’s one of those things that I had to sort of tell myself to appreciate. – tell myself to acknowledge it and sort of be in the moment because it was really late one night on set and it was like, ‘Oh we’re wrapped…but we’re wrapped wrapped.’”
Q: And you finished with the wedding scene.
Stewart: “It was cool that we had such a huge scene to do…It usually DOES end with some random green screen and no one’s there. It definitely felt like the right…it felt like a cathartic experience. It was chapter closed.”
Q: What’s new and different about this one?
Stewart: “It’s the first where you feel you’re not watch the story of, ‘Are they going to stay together? Or not stay together?’ They’re done, it’s very official. And the beginning is really happy – like, it’s the happiest the series ever gets, it’s really light. They know each other now in a much more realistic way, they are not just enamoured with each other, they are really able to live. And then it all gets crazy after we have sex because that’s just what happens, kids.”
Pattinson: “Use a condom! That’s the moral of the movie.”
Q: How did it feel to be in that wedding dress?
Stewart: “The dress was tight. It was so tight. I really liked it, it was really pretty. It was a huge deal, keeping this thing shrouded, I was wearing this Volturi cape most of the time and I hated it. You know, you want to feel pretty on your wedding day and every single time they call ‘cut’ someone comes and attacks you with a Volturi cape and I’m like, ‘Where am I?’”
Q: What’s been your most memorable fan experience since this all started?
Pattinson: “My favourite moment was actually on the first film when nobody knew what was going on. We were doing the last bit of the shoot and there were these people that were waiting outside of the perimeter of the set and this one woman handed her baby, who was three months old, to an AD (assistant director) to meet us. The AD didn’t really know what to do with it and he’s like, I think she wants you to sign the baby or something…No, she wanted pictures with the baby. I didn’t really understand the reality of the situation at that point, that anyone would actually see this picture, and so there’s a picture of me on the internet biting this baby.”
Stewart: “You bit the baby?”
Stewart: “That’s so weird.”
Pattinson: “I didn’t actually like, touch it. It’s kind of a funny picture. The baby was so young that the entire head fits in my mouth.”
Stewart: “I’ve had pretty gratifying experiences … It’s funny because I think if I were to meet some of the people whose work has really spoken to me on some level that I think only I could understand, and you know, we have this connection…I’m sure that when I met this person and I told them that and I said, ‘I really know you, I know a version of you really well, I just thank you so much,’ I’m sure they would think I was a nut case. Now having been in both positions it’s kind of understandable….The crying is always what’s weird.”
Parts of the Cineplex interview from Comic Con here: