Breaking Dawn Birth: “It’s Intense. It’s Really Intense” Jackson Rathbone tells me that the cast is very impressed by screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg‘s treatment of the much-talked-about birthing scene in B.D. “I think people are really, really excited and surprised about how tastefully it can be done,” he said at Spike TV’s Scream Awards.

Nikki Reed echoed Rathbone’s enthusiasm. “It’s intense,” she said. “It’s really intense.”

“I play a pivotal role in this, because this is what Rosalie has always wanted, you know what I mean?” she continued. “So, I’m working really hard. I’m with my acting coach every day, three hours a day…I really care about this and I want it to be good.”

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Kristen Stewart On Live With Regis & Kelly

Kristen was recently interviewed to promote her new film ‘Welcome to the Rileys’ on Live With Regis and Kelly, where she talks about Breaking Dawn shooting and more.

Kristen Stewart On ‘Breaking Dawn’: ‘It’s A Perfect End To The Whole Story’ At the New York premiere of her new film, “Welcome to the Rileys,” Kristen Stewart tells Access rehearsals have started for “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn” — but what does she think about getting ready to say goodbye to Bella?

Kristen Stewart Talks Breaking Dawn Updates and Meeting her Daughter

While Kristen promotes her new film ‘Welcome to the Rileys’ she takes some time to talk about Breaking Dawn updates and how anxious she is to meet her onscreen daughter with There’s even some feathers involved 😉

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Kristen Stewart: “I Am Surprised She Is an Actress,” Says Jodie Foster Even though Kristen Stewart played her daughter in the Panic Room, Jodie Foster never really expected the Twilight star to stay in the business.

“She’s a great person, and I’m not surprised she’s gone on to to do great things,” Foster told me last night at Elle magazine’s Women in Hollywood awards show at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills. “But I am surprised she is an actress.”


“I didn’t think that’s where she was headed,” Foster explained. “And even though her mom said, ‘No, she really really wants to be an actress,’ I felt like, Nah, she won’t because she really doesn’t have the stereotypical personality.”

Kristen Stewart Dyes Her Hair to Play Bella in ‘Breaking Dawn’ After dyeing her hair strawberry blonde this summer for her role in On The Road, Kristen Stewart has gone to the dark side, returning to a brown hair color.

“I was blonde a little while ago,” Stewart told PEOPLE on the red carpet at the Cinema Society and Everlon screening of her film Welcome to the Rileys on Monday. “So now I’m dark again for Twilight,” she said, adding, “I feel much more myself with darker hair.”

Director Jake Scott, who directed Stewart in Welcome to the Rileys, said he kept Stewart’s chestnut color for the movie. “She came from Twilight onto our film within the space of two weeks. I liked it, and we kept it. But we let it grow horrible and shaggy and let the split ends come out.”

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Kristen Stewart Says ‘Breaking Dawn’ Wedding Dress ‘Will Be Beautiful’ Movies tell us that everything has to be perfect for a girl on her wedding day—even for a low-maintenance girl like Bella Swan. So the task of finding the perfect dress for the “Twilight” heroine has been daunting for the “Breaking Dawn” wardrobe department.

Kristen Stewart told MTV News at the “Welcome to the Rileys” red carpet on Monday night that although she’s had some fittings, she still doesn’t have a dress for the much-anticipated Swan-Cullen nuptials.

What did you think of the birth scene? Do you imagine any way they’ll do it to make it look good?

What did you think of Kristen’s new info on Breaking Dawn? Does Mackenzie really resemble Rob and Kristen?

I think it’s curious that both their eyes green 😀 It’s also great to know that she is still involved in the  decisions or can give her opinion on what Bella can wear  and things like that. I can’t wait to see the wedding dress, I’m sure we all have our own version of what it looks like already pictured, but it’s great that Stephenie will make the final decision, it’s better that way, right?

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