Talia Soghomonian has met and interviewed the Twilight trio of lead actors over many years of the Twilight phenomenon and is releasing a book charting their journey throughout the years. In an excerpt, both Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart’s last interviews with her (before the cheating scandal with Stewart broke) have been released.
Pattinson talks about a variety of different topics in usual sense of humor, saying first that the hardest scene to shoot was the birth scene in Breaking Dawn: Part 1. “The hardest scene to film was probably the birth scene in Breaking Dawn- Part One, mainly because it was hilarious, and it was supposed to be really serious. [Laughs] There was one shot where we had to look directly into the camera, and I was crying with laughter. I’d have to go down and chew the baby out and I was stopping tears from coming out of my eyes, and it looks like I’m crying in the thing. And I’m not supposed to be able to cry as a vampire.”
He also talks about the effects of fame, saying, “I really miss going to the cinema, especially in Los Angeles, because LA has the best cinemas in the world. I used to go four or five times a week. And I miss the obvious anonymity kind of thing. I want to be able to sit in a place and not worry and just listen to people or watch people. The camera phones and TMZ just ruined everything. In a few years, people will be like, "oh goddammit, I wish we never bought into TMZ, now we’ve ruined it for ourselves."