Considering that Taylor Lautner was just 15 when he auditioned for the first "Twilight" film, the rapidly approaching end of the franchise must feel a little bit like a high school graduation.
And while we think we know how it's all going to end, thanks to how faithful the previous four films have been to Stephenie Meyers' book series, a now 20-year-old Lautner told Jay Leno Wednesday night that fans should expect to be surprised.
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have both shouldered criticism for their performances in the "Twilight Saga" franchise, but at least Pattinson has a sense of humor about it.
In a (quite endearing, if we do say so ourselves) interview with Australia's "The Kyle and Jackie O Show," the 26-year-old actor admitted that he'll cringe when looking back at some of his scenes in the first "Twilight" movie.
It looks like everyone is moving on from the summer scandal that shook up the "Twilight" universe, and just in time for "Breaking Dawn - Part 2" to premiere.
Not only were Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart spotted together in Los Angeles together on Sunday, but the guy whom everyone presumes came between the "Twilight" pair has landed a new gig.
Advance tickets to "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" just went on sale Monday, but they've already brought in $1.17 million in sales, reports E! Online.
That total was amassed in just one day, showing (unsurprisingly) that fans are really, really eager to see how this five-film saga will end.
The last time MTV would have a major opportunity to show a preview clip for a new "Twilight" movie, the network was missing one of the franchise's biggest stars. But at least they had the preview clip, right?
During Thursday's VMAs show, MTV rounded up Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner and other "Twilight" stars - no, no Kristen, she was at TIFF - to debut a preview for the final "Twilight" installment, "Breaking Dawn - Part 2."
The minute-and-a-half clip summarizes the action to come as the Cullens prepare for an epic battle with the Volturi. "Breaking Dawn - Part 2" opens November 16.
While Robert Pattinson has been working the late night circuit, endearing audiences with his charmingly respectful decline to discuss That Thing That Happened, Kristen Stewart's been M.I.A. from the public eye.
On Thursday, though, Stewart resurfaced at the Toronto International Film Festival in support of the screening of her film, "On the Road."
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