Saturday, November 10, 2012

New interview with 'The Philippine Star'!

How do you feel now that the Twilight Saga has ended, sad or relieved?

Robert: I’m not sure if I should feel sad about it but it definitely feels strange. Once you play the character a few times, it really does become like second skin to you and when it’s done, you do miss it. I mean, not yet but I know that one day, in a few years time, I will see one of these movies on TV and I guess I will feel strange.

You were 17 when you shot for the first Twilight movie in 2008. How has the Saga changed you?

Kristen: It’s hard to credit one experience with a particular change in you. I started when I was 17 and I am 22 now, and it’s impossible to actually mark the changes in my life during the past five years.
Robert: I was 21 when I did the first Twilight movie and I am 26 now. Well, I’m kind of braver now; I feel that I can go a little farther. It excites me what I’m gonna do next.
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What are your fondest memories about the Saga and what’s the best lesson that you learned from it?
Robert: Oh yes, I remember my audition. I think I sent a tape from England and then I was asked to come to L.A. I felt that I was so weird in the audition and I was sure that I wouldn’t get the part. I called up my parents and told them that I didn’t want to act anymore.

How was the audition with Kristen?

Robert: No, I didn’t know. I was barely prepared. I took half of Valium before doing it. Kristen and I were told to do four scenes, one of them the first key scenes when our characters first met each other and when they kissed. I was pretty nervous all throughout so I couldn’t believe it when I was told four days later that the audition went well. I said, “Thanks to the Valium!”

What are your favorite scenes in the Saga?

Robert: It’s definitely the last scene in the first movie where Bella and Edward are dancing. I always remember that scene.

What about the wedding scene? What was on your mind when you were doing that scene?
Robert: Oh that scene. I was kind of thinking how little involvement the groom has because everyone is looking at the bride and the groom is just kind of standing at the other end. It was fun, though. It was very beautiful!

Is there any chance for you and Kristen to do another movie together, not part of the Twilight Saga?
Robert: Oh yeah, I’d love to. It’s pretty likely that we would work together again.

Your co-stars said that you’re funny on the set, contrary to what people think that you’re quiet and serious. How would you like to do comedy for a change?
Robert (Blushing): My instincts for comedy movies are really weird, hahahaha! What roles do I want to do next? I don’t know. Maybe a horror movie. I’d like to do one that would really scare people.
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