These are NOT exact, word for word quotations. It was live blogged, and paraphrased.
Future for your characters?
Elizabeth Reaser: For Esme, I think she’d just love for everything to calm down. To not have to deal with the Volturi for a while, take a break with Carlisle on her island.
Kellan Lutz: A hunting expedition! Maybe Rosalie and Emmett can go into their cabin…they allude to that so much and you never see it!
Elizabeth Reaser: There would be a lot of times when they were unsure how things were going. So many times you become friends with whoever you’re placed next to. I was standing next to Rami Malek and Omar Metwally, for six weeks, so we became really close.
Jackson Rathbone: I played a joke on Erik Odom, who plays one of my Texas brethern. I said, “Hey man? Where are your teeth? You’re missing your teeth?”
How has playing Esme influenced you?
I think being Esme for so long has influenced my ability to go out in a pencil skirt and heels! Esme has the extraordinary ability to wear dresses and high heels twenty four hours a day. I’d rather wear sweatpants!
Talk about the action scenes?
Elizabeth Reaser: I’m always reistant to action. I’m afraid I’ll punch someone in the face! I think it’s challenging to make that look believable. From an acting standpoint, I find it difficult. I find it unpleasant when someone even tries to hit me!
Nikki Reed: It’s not about how hard you go at it, it’s about being graceful and it’s more like a dance. I feel bad because all these fights are choreographed and I get worried they won’t make it into the final product.
Who was the best dancer in the dance battle?
Nikki Reed: Toni Trucks is a choreographer, and Michael Sheen had some of the craziest moves! He really incorporated his character into the choreography!
Nikki, you seemed very comfortable with the baby, do you have a strong maternal instinct?
Nikki Reed: Elizabeth would tell you I’m maternal, because I cooked for her! I love children, I don’t want one now though, I’m not ready. I was constantly impressed by Mackenzie, I know it seems obvious to say, but she was just so grounded and her and her mom were so normal.
How do you feel about being able to surprise fans who have read the book so many times?
Jackson Rathbone: The last 20 minutes of the film are really going to be huge for the fans. It’s really amazing and beautiful, and brings back to the first Twilight. It’s really awesome, and exciting!
Do you watch other vampire shows?
Jackson Rathbone: I always loved the vampire genre of film. I watch vampire movies like Underworld now, there are so many different types of vampires out there. That’s why I loved this world, it’s so different than any other type of vampire out there. I loved that about Part 2, we get to see vampires from all walks of life, from all over the world.