'Breaking Dawn II' Cast Discuss Their Characters in Final 'Twilight' Film
The cast members of "The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part II" have taken some time to discuss each of their characters in the highly anticipated movie. Speaking to MTV, Kristen Stewart, Jackson Rathbone and Nikki Reed opened up about what big events their characters will face in the final chapter of the "Twilight Saga" film series.
Kristen dished on Bella's drastic transformation as a new vampire. "It's so bizarre, the tone change. You've always been behind her. You've always been using her. She's how you see that world," she said. "Now that her perspective has completely changed, it's like 'Where am I?' It's really cool. I, myself, am still a little bit shell-shocked. It's not like sitting down and watching a 'Twilight' movie."
Jackson, meanwhile, played it coy when asked about what his character Jasper Cullen would face in "Breaking Dawn II". He said, "Yes! Oh, man! I can't really talk about it, though. I'm not allowed to." Still, he spilled, "If you just noticed, I went to a happy place and I think everybody's going to really love it. The littlest hints? It's awesome."
On the other hand, Nikki revealed that Rosalie Hale would have a girl fight with Bella and Ashley Greene's Alice. "Well, you never know what's going to end up in there," she said. "[But] there was a pretty kick-ass battle sequence that I did with two of the other girls that I think should be pretty cool, if they leave it in there."
"So I'm looking forward to that 'cause we trained for it for a while," the blond beauty continued. "[We did] a little fight training. It was me and Ashley and Kristen, and we did this like theree girls back-to-back thing where we beat up some huge dudes. That's always fun."
Aside from Kristen, Jackson and Nikki, producer Wyck Godfrey opened up that all characters would finally meet their destinies in "Breaking Dawn II". He said, "For me, the last movie is all about closure and the characters finally coming fully into themselves about what their destinies are."
"Edward becoming, in a sense, the patriarch of the family; Bella becoming a mother and a vampire finally, which I think is truly the thing everyone wants to see. It is ultimately the closure of their lives," Wyck continued. "For those that have followed [the films] from beginning to end, there is a great final moment where you really get to re-live that entire the experience and I think that is something the fans can look forward to."
Bringing back Kristen, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner as Bella, Edward and Jacob respectively, "Breaking Dawn II", which is directed by Bill Condon, is due to arrive in cinemas across the U.S. on November 16.
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