I’ve added new high quality portraits photos of Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner and Bill Condon posed for “Breaking Dawn: Part 2″ press junket to the gallery.

    

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I’ve added new high quality event photos of Robert Pattinson during the “Breaking Dawn: Part 2″ Los Angeles press conference on November 1, 2012.

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Q: Now you have a sense of completition, five films out of four books. I’m curious.. are you allowing yourself any perspective? Do you see the value of all this?
Rob: 
It’s funny, people are asking me how I’d feel when it all ends when we were promo-ing the first movie. I’ve never felt more bewildered, knowing we only have a month let of Twilight stuff to do. i’ve said since the second one it’s going to take ten years to settle into my brain. I don’t think anyone knows why they connect with it the way they do. I don’t even know if Stephenie knows why she was so fixated on this very very contained story. 

Q:: If you could go back in time five years, what kind of advice would you give yourself then to prepare what would happen in the next five years?
Rob:
 Start drinkign vodka instead of beer. And try to get a six pack (abs) as early as possible, and you’ll be a much more successful actor. 

Rob: It’s kind of fun to deal with the terror and the huge highs and lows of things. I’ve never known – I’m still getting massive surprises any time we have a Twilight related event. When we went to Munich for the third movie, the entire olympic stadium was packed with 30k people screaming. 

Q: This words keyword is “forever” – what is this in regards to?
Rob:
 Death? (laughs) No. Hope? That’s a difficult question

Q: What was your last scene for the films? and favorite fan encounter?
Rob: 
It was hilarious because we spent the entire series filming the most miserable conditions, then we end filming in St. Thomas. We did the last shot as the sun was coming up – it was amazing. It was a nice way to end it. We were considering shooting it in the sea in Vancouver which would have not worked at all (laughter) Read more…

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