from @Scott Mantz (Access Hollywood) ...
Remember, the LA Premiere will be on 12th Nov. 2012
Summit has announced that the final Breaking Dawn – Part 2 poster, which is said to be a poster like we haven’t seen before, will arrive Tuesday.
The studio will be unveiling it in an interesting way.
Six portions will be revealed at dawn in particular time zones across the world beginning Tuesday at 8 AM New Zealand time on FB: TwilightMovie. The complete reveal schedule is as follows:
Section #1 revealed at FB:TwilightMovie
- MONDAY, 1:00 PM PT (heure française: lundi 22h)
Section #2 revealed at FB: NewMoon
- MONDAY, 5:00 PM PT (heure française: mardi 2heure du matin)
Section #3 revealed at FB: Eclipse
- MONDAY, 9:00 PM PT (heure française: 6heures du matin)
Section #4 revealed at FB: BreakingDawn
- TUESDAY, 1:00 AM PT (heure française: 10heures)
Section #5 revealed at FB: EdwardCullen, FB: BellaSwan & FB: JacobBlack
- TUESDAY, 5:00 AM PT (heure française: 14heures)
Full, final poster revealed at FB:Twilight
- TUESDAY, 9:00 AM PT (et enfin heure française: 18heures)
Breaking Up. Love or loathe it, the Twilight franchise has dominated the box office and headlines during its run with the final film, Breaking Dawn Part2, - done and dusted. Total Film catches up with Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner before they part ways.Rob's full interview...
"They should do it as a straight-up porn film. That would be so good..." chuckels Robert Pattinson, speculating on a potential - but rather less chaste - future reboot of Twilight. While he may be joking about new beginnings, the billion-dollar vampire franchise is at its end with The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 (to give it its full title) and Pattinson is on his final round of press-junket interviews about the monster hit which has catapulted himself and co-stars Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner to Hollywood megastardom.
Wether Twi-hard or Twi-hater, there's no denying the impact of the films adapted from Stephenie Meyer's quartet of novels about clumsy teen Bella, her pretty-boy vampire beau Edward and werewolf loser-in-love, Jacob. Attracting a rabid fanbase, the films also fueled a craze for bloodsucking TV Dramas like True Blood and The Vampire Diaries and a slew of copycat books. Even this year's bestselling erotic novel, Fifty Shades of Grey, began life as Twilight fan fiction...
But the franchise's real lasting legacy might just turn out to be its three young who have made millions from the saga. Pattinson (26), Stewart (22) and Lautner (20) even made Forbes magazine's list of the highest-paid entertainers under the age of 30.
Today Lautner's tipically cheerful and straightfoward, while the self-effacing Pattinson greets Total Film in a hotel room surrounded by bottles of Vitamin Water, after overdosing on coffee. Sporting an anti-Edward backwards baseball cap, he's still stubbornly down-to-earth and remarkably unnafected by Twilight hyperbole as he was when TF first talked with him, four years ago "I was afraid I'd kept talking about myself," he explains putting away an electronic cigarette. "So I put an effort into forcing myself to be interested in other people, even if you're struggling to come to terms with what your life is."
What advice would you give to your younger self on the first day of Twilight?Robert Pattinson: On literally the first take of the first scene, I had to run over and pick up Kristen. And I almost tore my arse-cheek muscle, my glute, because I crouched down wrong. So I’d say: ‘Don’t squat down so low’.
How was the Twilight experience changed you?RP: I’m probably more insecure. My ego got smaller [laughs]. I thought I was pretty cool after the first one. I finished the movie and for the first time, I had some money. The Twilight trailer had come out and got eight million hits so I had all the best parts of being in a big movie. I had meetings were people were saying, ‘This is the new hot thing, eh?’ Everyone gave a shit about you, but no-one knew who you were outside of that. So I spent eight months getting wasted with everyone thinking I was great. It was really fun. It was different at the start. TMZ and all that stuff was getting prevalent and now, it’s insane. Becoming big now, you became insanely conservative. Terrified about everything. Now I just stay at home.
Did you keep any mementoes from the films?RP: The first one, I kept pretty much the whole wardrobe because I didn’t have any clothes then. There was an interview I did – with MTV or something – with a superfan. I was supposed to go in and surprise her, and after 10 seconds, she was like, ‘Are you wearing the same outfit as Edward?’ I’d completely forgotten, but they were the same clothes!
Kristen describes you as being ‘ridiculously ambitious’. Is that true?RP: I think I want to be…The difference between me and Kristen is that she can do a day of work and at the end of the day be like,’I did the absolute best I could. Satisfied.’ Whereas I don’t think I’ve ever had that day in my life. I always go home irritated and want to fix it the next day. I don’t know who has the bigger ego in that case. Whether hers is bigger because she thinks what she did is fine, or whether mine’s bigger because I think I’m so great it’s never going to be good enough.
What has the franchise done for you career in general?RP: It’s done a lot. But the same time, you have to steer it. You can sink just as quickly as someone who’s never had this. It’s not a free pass. I think about how to carefully plan the route afterwards. You can’t do anything you want. And if I ever stop acting, I want people to remember my stuff as interesting after I got given my break.Kristen’s interview – about Rob...
In what ways has Robert changed since the franchise began?Kristen Stewart: Rob is ridiculously ambitious. I see this drive and it’s only starting…especially right now because this is all coming to an end. I guess it’s not a change, it’s just something that’s come out and developed.
1)Are you afraid that everything else you do will be compared to Edward Cullen?Robert Pattinson: I’m not sure. I’ve always been of the opinion that if something explodes really quickly, it takes the same amount of time for people to think of something else. I mean, I don’t know. I hope not. Maybe it’ll be a good thing…I have no idea.
2)What’s the one part of your costume that always transforms you into character?Robert Pattinson: Probably the contact lenses because it makes me miserable as soon as I put them in. That’s what creates sort of the pouting and brooding character. You’re just like, ‘Ugh.’
3) What drives you to succeed?Robert Pattinson: I guess probably fear of failure and an inadequacy complex, and I just drive rental cars. I drive different things. I don’t have a car.
4) There are so many fan sites not just for you, but for Edward. Do you check any of those fansites out?
Robert Pattinson: It’s kind of incredible the information they get so quickly. Sometimes I’ll check them to see what my schedule is on stuff, like on weekends when I can’t get through to my agency. They know way better, or even to see my emails sometimes!
5) Talk about the past year or so of your life. The sudden celebrity. The paparazzi. How are you dealing with things, and do you find yourself more comfortable with it all now?
Robert Pattinson: I guess it’s inevitable that you become more comfortable. You still fight against some things. There’s nothing really scary about the franchise itself. I like all the people I work with. I generally have very few disagreements about the script or anything while we’re doing it, especially on New Moon. It just seemed so relaxed and easy.
6) What about in a fight between you and Taylor Lautner?Robert Pattinson: I don’t know. I did hear, the other day, that Taylor had agreed to an interview where the interviewer was going to fight him. And, after looking at Taylor’s martial arts videos from when he was like nine, I wouldn’t really want to do anything. Maybe if I had some kind of weapon.
7)Love plays such a major part of these films, and so many fans want what happens on the screen to happen in your real life. How do you separate falling in love in real life with the women that you’re cast opposite?
You’ve always got to remember that you’re being paid. There’s a lot of connotations that come with that. That’s one of the major separations.