OC Register interviewed with Taylor Lautner , he talked about his new movie, Abduction, also admits that if he had the chance to go back in time, he'll do Twilight all over again..:)
Q. Thank you for wearing a shirt. I didn't need to compare abs this early in the morning.
A. You're welcome (laughs).
Q. This is your first solo starring role after the "Twilight" movies. How much strategy went into this decision?
A. I knew I wanted to go somewhere different, and challenge myself with a completely different genre and a completely different role. I was very picky for a while because I wanted to make sure it was the right thing, and by the right thing, I mean the role I was most passionate about. As soon as I heard about this, I knew it had to be my next project.
Q. You were pretty young when you got "Twilight." I'm wondering if you had a chance to do it all over again, would you take the blue pill? In other words, is the fame worth the loss of privacy?
A. I absolutely would do it again. I could not be more grateful to that franchise. It's given all of us the opportunity to do other things. Frankly, I wouldn't be doing "Abduction" if it weren't for "Twilight."
Q. It's never a drag?
A. I wouldn't call it a drag. There are pros and cons to everything. There are cons, like the paparazzi following you, but the cons are so minor compared to the pros.
Q. Are there any mixed feelings about having two more "Twilight" movies coming out while you've already moved on to another phase of your career?
A. I kind of love it. The three of us have been able to work on a "Twilight" movie and then work on something else in between, so we're used to this. We go into "Twilight" mode, and then go out of "Twilight" mode.
Q. What is "Twilight" mode for you?
A. It's just becoming Jacob Black. After five movies, it's easy to get into his shoes.
Q. When you started the "Twilight" journey, did you imagine how big it might become?
A. We literally thought it was a small indie movie.
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via : twilighters anonymous