Elizabeth Reaser Talks About Filming The BD Wedding Scene & Kristen’s Nerves

“Well, the wedding scene was like a real wedding, in that it was stressful. It took a lot of planning, a lot of organization. That was stuff we were all dealing with [and it was like] you were planning a real wedding,” she told MTV News before screening and chatting about “The Art of Getting By” for MTV’s Sneak Peek Week.

“And the nerves … I mean, there was an added element of nervousness when we were shooting it, maybe because there were helicopters and people jumping out of trees with cameras, but it was definitely a heightened couple of days on set,” she continued, alluding to the paparazzi who were stalking the set, hoping to capture the shoot before its official release. “It took several days to shoot, and at a certain point you don’t want to be in a corset anymore….”

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Rob’s Comments on BD Birth Scene, Modeling, and Bear

The New Zealand Herald had a chance to sit down with Rob prior to the release of Water for Elephants, and what followed was a refreshing interview with a genuine feel of what Rob is all about.

On the Breaking Dawn birth scene:


“It was insane, intense,” he says of the scene, explaining that Edward can either lose Bella or give her a bite and thus immortality. “It was a pretty traumatic scene for me to do as an actor and, frankly, horrible for me emotionally. Edward has tried for so long not to turn Bella into a vampire and now … well, it’s very sad. He feels like he has let her down.”


About his modeling days:

“I was a terrible model,” he says. “I hated having to be skinny enough to be one of those little waif guys and I wasn’t a beefy, gym guy either,” he said. “So I was stuck between the two types and I never got any jobs.”

His new found love (Bear):

“I’m really enjoying looking after him and he’ll come everywhere with me now, wherever possible.”

Read the entire interview at the New Zealand Herald. You don’t want to miss it!


Source: Twilightish

Breaking Dawn Filming Comes To An End

According to NessieMackenzie.com, Breaking Dawn filming has finally come to a close.  Spunk-ransom has a post of all the tweets surrounding the wrap party last night.  Its so sad to think that this essentially marks an end to the Twilight era .. I know we still have until Nov. 2012 to see the true end of the series, but this is the first end of many more we have yet to face.  This have been such a big part of my life these past few years .. I know that Twilight will always have a place in my heart.

Twilight gave us hope that soul mates and fate are so intertwined, and in fact, do exist.  Perhaps this is what has captured the hearts of so many girls.  Society seems to be tangled in the invincibility of what was once viewed as transgressions than socially acceptable.  Thank you Stephenie Meyer, Catherine Hardwicke, Chris Weitz, David Slade, Bill Condin, Wyck Godfrey, Melissa Rosenburg, and Summit Entertainment for putting this incredible series to visual life .. You all did an incredible job .. and that’s an understatement.