Here’s a new Rob interview with ReelzChannel
Archive for November 12, 2011
Robert Pattinson: Sex for the first time
M: After hearing from Kristen how she felt about the end of the Saga, the unavoidable question also for you: How did you feel on the last day of shooting?
Robert: To be honest, that day was miserable. We’d been shooting for two weeks, in Canada, in the cold. Then again, the last day in St. Thomas in the Carribean was an absolute dream. That was the only time we were shooting in bright sunset. That was really our really last day of shooting. We shot on the beach and went into the ocean – yeah, that was amazing… [lacht]
M: And how was the mood?
Robert: In Canada we were 120 actors on set, on the last day of shooting. In the Carribean it was just Kristen and I. We finally did all the stuff we couldn’t do during shooting. Sitting by the sea while the sun sets – it was just beautiful, to end it like that.
M: Kristen claims that she isn’t sad that Twilight is over. Do you share her opinion?
Robert: I don’t know. Because we’re constantly promoting the movie and talking about Twilight, everything is still really present for me. Please ask me after the second part has been released, because that’s when Twilight really is over.
From Courier Mail:
That’s the way fans are used to seeing The Twilight Saga couple Bella Swan and Edward Cullen dance around each other, as depicted in three movies based on the phenomenally successful books by Stephenie Meyer.
Sure, there’s flashes of heartbreak, of longing looks, of petting verging on the heavy, but those scenes are saturated in the same youthful innocence, of teen angst mingling with a certain kind of romance that never strays too far from being, well, above the covers. No swearing and certainly no sex. Ever.
But things are hotting up in the perpetually gloomy outpost of Forks, USA.
The Twilight Saga’s fourth film instalment – Breaking Dawn Part I – has these star-crossed lovers married, copulating, having a genetically questionable baby, and, once again, fighting the forces of darkness to save the future of mankind. And vampirekind, and werewolfkind.
The honeymoon sex scene in this, the first of two films charting the final book of the series, was reportedly so steamy, the actors were recalled to set to reshoot them. The original version was too explicit to pass the censors.
Reports of excessive “thrusting” by Kristen Stewart, who plays Bella, were bandied about as attracting frowns from US standard-bearers.
Here are few scans of Rob in French magazine ‘Paris Match’
They get married and then finally they do … well you know what. I mean we’ve been waiting 3 movies for this, I mean you took your time, Rob.
Rob: I was like why didn’t they just watched a porno. But really it was an important scene for us because it’s not detailled in the book.
It’s pretty violent, isn’t it?
Rob: Well it’s sort of passionate, like intense love making.
Are you that brutal in your sex life?
Rob: Absolutely,I’ve smashed many walls.
Your hotel room is going to be a disaster tomorrow?
Rob: It’s everywhere, even when I’m by myself.
Vampires are in right now. Remember how I dressed up with Nikkos at the Dracula Premiere. So I tried to be one of you.
Rob: It’s good.
It’s good, it’s not too old fashioned?
Rob: No, no, it looks very realistic. You look a little bit too brown, tho like a vampire from Nice.
*VIDEO* New Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner and Bill Condon Interview with Moviefone
Here’s a new Moviefone interview with Rob, Kristen, Taylor and Bill Condon
Unlike most actors, the English Robert Pattinson, 25 years of old, thinks sex scenes are easy. There are other things that are scarier: having to appear shirtless or doing comedy, especially in TV Shows like Saturday Night Live, as he told Epoca in two interviews: one as a roundtable and another exclusive one:
EPOCA – All actors say that sex scenes are very awkward to do, you always have a lot of people around. As you and Kristen know each other so well, was it easier?
Pattinson – Actually I don’t think doing sex scenes is weird. You know that nobody will say anything, the directors don’t want to embarrass themselves, they won’t tell you how to do it. But it’s fun to do them with Kristen, it seems kind of silly. In fact, it becomes more difficult. When you don’t know the other person you won’t say she’s doing something silly, or joke all the time. If you know the person, it’s more risky (laughs).
EPOCA – Kristen Stewart said the wedding scene was as if she were living it. How was it for you?
Pattinson – Kind of easy. Especially in the beginning. There was so much expectation because of the dress, paparazzi everywhere that Kristen was very stressed. As she was walking to the altar, and the camera approaching me, I started to get nervous because I saw how shocked she was. So I had to think that I needed to support her and act as if I knew what I was doing (laughs).