'Breaking Dawn Part 2' Cast: Kristen Stewart Dishes on 'Twilight' Life; New Marathon Poster Revealed
"Breaking Dawn Part 2" is right around the corner, unleashing in theaters in November.
The "Twilight" cast has had a long journey in their careers, sending fans in a "Twilight" frenzy every year. Now that the epic finale is finally here, some cast members reflect on their experiences.
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According to Extra TV, Kristen Stewart, who plays Bella in all the films, said that the "Twilight" movies required a lot of patience.
"I lived in the 'Twilight' world for about four years -- that's a very long time that demands a lot of patience on your part. Thank God, I had the opportunity to do smaller movies like 'The Runaways,' 'Welcome to the Rileys,' and 'On the Road' in between [shooting the 'Twilight' films]. Otherwise I'd probably have turned mad," Stewart said.
Actor Kellan Lutz, who plays Bella's vampire brother, Emmett Cullen, said in August that his favorite moments were actually before the "Twilight" movies got super popular.
"I gotta say my favorite moments were during . . . the first movie, before any of this craze happened. We were just ourselves, no one really knew who we were yet," Lutz, 27, explained to Us Weekly. "We haven't changed per se, but we were able to get away with a lot more."
"I remember Peter [Facinelli] and Jackson [Rathbone] and myself would go to different bars and different concerts," the actor continued of their formerly low-key nights out together. "We'd go do karaoke all the time."
Lutz also revealed that the "Twilight" experience has its ups and downs.
"I don't really like to comment on everyone else's process, but I think we've all done the best we could with this," he said "It's a blessing but it can be surreal sometimes. I don't know if we all knew what we were fully getting into on all fronts."
A new photo was revealed for the "Twilight" marathon. [SEE HERE]
The day-long marathon will include the first four movies, "Twilight," "New Moon," "Eclipse," and "Breaking Dawn Part 1."
According to Zap2it, Summit Entertainment plans to release the newest film beginning with 10 p.m. screenings on Nov. 15 at some theaters. Everywhere else, "Breaking Dawn Part 2" will debut the following day.
Marathon attendees will also get to see additional interstitial content, according to the website.
Tickets go on sale Monday, Oct. 1 at 12 a.m. EST.
"Breaking Dawn Part 2" is set to release in theaters Nov. 16, 2012.