The birth scene in "Breaking Dawn" gets pretty creepy, and it sounds like the baby stand-in used on set didn't help.
In the upcoming “Twilight” installment, Bella (Kristen Stewart) gives birth to her child with vampire love Edward (Robert Pattinson), and it turns out Stewart and Pattinson were totally creeped out by their onscreen kid.
"We had an animatronic baby, the scene where [Bella] had to be introduced to the baby for the first time," Pattinson explained at Comic-Con, according to MTV.
Plenty of girls dream about being Bella to Robert Pattinson's Edward, but who did the "Twilight" hunk swoon over when he was a teen?
"I was always obsessed with Kate Moss," he tells Elle magazine. "On my bedroom wall I had a poster of Linda Blair and Kate Moss. I always liked Jane Fonda. Who else? Ellen Burstyn."
But those on Team Edward should prepare themselves for Pattinson's upcoming turn in "Bel Ami." The 24-year-old actor will portray a social-climbing womanizer — a far cry from the brooding bloodsucker he plays in the "Twilight" films, Elle notes.
In the upcoming drama "Water for Elephants," Robert Pattinson stars as a man whose life changes after he takes a job as a circus veterinarian and falls for the head trainer's wife, played by Reese Witherspoon. Much like their characters, both actors have found their lives undergoing major transformations recently.
Witherspoon exchanged vows with showbiz agent Jim Toth on March 26, and told CNN over the weekend that she's loving married life the second time around. "I'm only about five days in, but so far, it's great," she said.
The actress added that she enjoyed celebrating her big day surrounded by her children, friends, and family, but is now looking forward to going on her honeymoon—though she's remaining mum about the destination.
"Twilight" fans aren't the only ones swooning over Robert Pattinson. Even Uma Thurman, who appears with him in the upcoming period drama "Bel Ami," can't stop gushing about her co-star.
"He's extremely dashing, like an old-world movie star," Thurman told MTV. And while the actress certainly appreciates Pattinson's good looks, she also admires his talent.
"Robert Pattinson is, I think, going to be a really serious actor," Thurman says. "I think he's incredibly concrete in his presence on the set and obviously is very handsome. [He] is a very nice person and he's sensitive. He's present. ... He's a really good actor."
It's the moment "Twilight" fans have been waiting for: Robert Pattinson is finally opening up about his relationship with Kristen Stewart. Sort of.
"It's just very traumatic," Pattinson says of their rumored romance in Vanity Fair's April issue. "When ['Twilight' mania] is over, the media will lose interest [in the relationship]. There'll be nothing to say. It won’t fit into a headline anymore. It won't fit into a template."
See all of Vanity Fair's "Twilight" coverage
While Pattinson doesn't confirm that they're dating, he does admit that he has long admired Stewart.
The Oscar nominees won't be announced until tomorrow, but in the meantime there are contenders for an even more eagerly anticipated prize: the Razzies, which honors the year's worst films and actors.
While "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" did big box office, it also made a killing with the Razzies, earning nominations for worst picture, worst actor (Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner each got a nod), worst actress (Kristen Stewart) and worst supporting actor (Jackson Rathbone).
"Sex & the City 2" was more fizzle than sizzle, earning a worst picture nomination as well as a collective worst actress nod for all four of its leading ladies.
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