The “vampires” Nikki Reed and Jackson Rathbone, that interpret in the saga Twilight to Rosalie and Jasper Hale, assure that To dawn (Part I) it will overwhelm the curiosity with fans on the future of the protagonists, Edward and Bella, although the “greater surprise” will be to see what it happens with the man-wolf Jacob.
“But it will be necessary to hope”, says Rathbone with a smile, refusing in round keeping awake details of a end that will arrive in two parts: first, next day 18, and second, in November of 2012.
The actor, producer, scriptwriter, composer and singer, whom this Friday Madrid next to its sister in the fiction visited to promote the film, have joked builds the capacity of endurance of fans to know that end: “I believe that they will become like Jasper in New Moon, very bloody, although I hope that with much energy and excitation”.
The romantic element is what it has caused that the saga is so special for so many fans Based on books of Stephanie Meyer, author also of the scripts, the cinematographic saga counts the ups and downs of a loving triangle integrated by three very particular adolescents: human the Beautiful one (Kristen Stewart), the Edward vampire (Robert Pattinson) and the man-wolf Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner).
In Dawning (Part I), directed by Bill Condon, Edward and Bella they marry, finally, and they end up having a girl, whose birth, according to the director, she is one of “the stronger” scenes of the saga, arriving to describe it as “terrorífica”.
But before, the happy pair shares a romantic honeymoon and the wished sexual encounter takes place that they yearn for fans.
“All the deliveries - Twilight (2008), New Moon (2009) and Eclipse (2010) - walked towards this film, the idea to grow and to see how the personages were become adult”, explains Rathbone.
It considers that the “romantic element” of the series is what has made it “for so many fans in the world so personal: to wait for until one house or to think that still there is chivalry in the life”.
“I am southern - she says and I very see tuna that, in this modern climate, there is to hope to have relations”.
“Beautiful it has to Edward like example of the old school, but it feels desire by Jacob; nevertheless she is decided by the old version, enchants”, adds to me.
As far as the wedding, another one of “the key” scenes of the film, Rathbone assures that “she is most beautiful” and that put so much in the paper that felt as if really a brother married, “was very touching”.
For Reed, that made debut to the fourteen years with terrible the 13 (2004), which the young actress wrote along with the director Catherine Hardwike on the life of two addict preadolescents to drugs and sex, that one film and this, in spite of being “different histories” has “the same elements, speak of quite hard steps to give in the life”.
“The sexual people, generally, to fascinate itself by everything what surrounds to the human universe, or tragedy, love or relations, are human qualities and the people always show curiosity for that reason”, the actress reflects.
To dawn (Part I) introduces a fundamental change in right history in the point where it finishes - and it begins To dawn (Part II) -, that is the conversion of Beautiful in vampire.
But also there are changes in the rest of the personages, it affirms Reed, and, for the first time, “the most human part of the Rosalie, is seen most sensible. It always wanted to have a son but she cannot, and the pregnancy of Beautiful causes we see that it more united the other, less fries”.
“Stephanie - the actress explains has created a solution for each; to Rosalie she finds a boy him to whom to take care of and Jacob….good, she will have his average orange”.
In the same line that his companion, Reed aims that “the end is quite impressive”.