She Knows goes in depth with our favorite trio:
“SheKnows: Vampires, because they are dead, are accused in this film and across film history, as not having a soul. Do you think Edward Cullen has a soul?
Robert Pattinson: Yeah, definitely. I can’t remember who said it, but a soul and a heaven must exist because good people aren’t rewarded enough on earth. I always liked that idea, if that makes sense.”
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SheKnows: Twilight, New Moon and now Eclipse pandemonium arises for many reasons. What do you think is the secret to the success?
Kristen Stewart: I don’t think it’s a big phenomenon because of the mythical vampire aspect. It definitely takes a good story and it raises the stakes and makes it a little bit more interesting, but I think it’s just about how whole the characters are and how easy it is to have faith in them and be addicted to them. They let you down a lot and then pick themselves back up. I don’t think it has anything to do with the vampire thing. I think that just makes it a little cooler. I think that, if you took out all the mythical aspects of.
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SheKnows: Which leads us to the scene where Edward and Bella drive up and you’re standing there without a shirt…
Taylor Lautner: I believe it was actually in the book [laughs], but it was definitely in the script. When I read that, for the first time, I couldn’t wait for Rob to deliver that line, “Doesn’t he own a shirt.” It was funny. It was quite obvious. When they (Bella and Edward) pull up in the middle of the street — even with the position I’m in — I’m leaning back up against the car, with my hands behind me, it looks like I’m flexing [laughs]. Those are the awkward scenes, when everybody else is fully clothed, it’s raining and I’m posing for them.