The Chicago Sun Times
They say good things come to those who wait — and no one knows that better than a certain vampire hunk. After several cinematic years in limbo, Edward Cullen finally will have that moment when a young man gets to say to his blushing new bride: Welcome to my bloodline. First comes love. Then comes marriage. Then comes a little fanged creature in the baby carriage in the biggest film of fall, “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1,” opening Nov. 18.
“I’m curious to see how it will carry out,”
star Robert Pattinson tells the Sun-Times. “This movie is so different from the other ones. The stakes are so much higher because now it’s time to turn the entire saga upside down.”
And then there is the matter of Bella’s baby bump. “The birth scene is frightening,”
Pattinson admits. “It’s a slap in the face. It’s failure to Edward, who has to choose between losing Bella and transforming her. It’s the toughest scene I’ve ever had to film in my career because this choice tears out my heart.”
Stewart admits, “I was racing down the aisle during the first few takes because I was eager to get the two of them married.”
Pattinson says, “We saved shooting the actual wedding for last because it was so important. We needed to be immersed in it.”
via fiercebitchstewAnd here's a funny and cute trivia
. Breaking Dawn's Minister Weber is a 'real minister'
. Sooo, does that mean... lol jk. I'm just gonna say, its method acting at its best, yeah whatever. haha.
ADR - Off to Pinewood studios this afternoon to lay down some voice tracks for Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn. (PinewoodStudios in Toronto