How do you think you developed your character this time? As you prepared after learning that the character falls for a girl?
Breaking Dawn, the book was released a few months before the first movie came out, and I took the book to read as the story of Jacob would end. I will not lie, it was really shocking was a twist I was not expecting, but it took for me to understand. Now that I talked to Stephanie and Bill, I understand more imprinting, because it was very confusing to me.
What was the most confusing for you?
That I was in love with a baby! (Laughs) And not just any baby, but the baby Edward and Bella.
And what made you accept the role even though the history of imprinting?
I do not know, I had faith. I trusted Stephanie and Bill.
You tried to leave their mark on Jacob this time?
You always leave a bit of yourself into a character, but in this case you can not really change much, have to let [the character] the same because that’s what the fans want, the Fans love Jacob, not Taylor.
How was filming the final scene?
was difficult. The last scene I shot with Rob and Kristen I was dancing with her at the wedding, and it was very exciting because we were saying goodbye. So that was a difficult scene to shoot, saying goodbye. And my last scene in the movies when I was crying because I think that Bella is dead, so I leave the house running, crying, getting mad. So my final scenes were not happy scenes, I was very sad all the time.
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