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Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner Would Return For More Twilight Films


By Tracy Rosenfield

hollywoodnews.com: In speaking with Movie Fix in Australia, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner were interviewed about several different topics. We learn that Lautner and Stewart like to do “nothing” in their down time, though we also learned this during their “Oprah” appearance. We learn Kristen thinks Bella is more mentally sound in “Breaking Dawn” than in the other books, and she thinks it’ll be weird to play a pregnant girl since she’s only 20 (and 18 in the book).

What we also learn is that both Lautner and Stewart would return to the screen if Stephenie Meyer writes additional “Twilight” books (“Midnight Sun” anyone?). Stewart says she misses filming any time a project ends, but with “The Twilight Saga”, it’s gone on for so many years that she feels it will be that much more difficult to say goodbye. Apparently Stewart has asked Meyer about future novels before, but she doesn’t know for sure what will happen.

With the first of two installments of the final “Twilight Saga” film, “Breaking Dawn,” hitting theaters in November of 2011, do you think Kristen would readily step back into the role of Bella after 3 or 4 years of playing the character? Or do you think the franchise would go the way of “Batman” and use different actors? After all, you can only stay 18 “for a while”. (Note: Robert Pattinson will be around 26 when the saga ends, so another question is whether or not he can continue to play a 17 year old).

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About Tracy Rosenfield

Tracy, a Chicago native, is a Client Services Manager for one of the world's largest internet marketing companies. When Tracy isn't working, she spends her free time with friends, watching films, planning her wedding, traveling and blogging. In the past year, she's allowed "Twilight" to take over her life. She's interacted with and met numerous members of the cast, including the entire Cullen coven (excluding Nikki Reed) and the entire Wolf Pack (excluding Taylor Lautner). She visited the "Eclipse" set and has seen many of the locations where the upcoming film will take place. Tracy has experience both reporting on "The Twilight Saga" and interviewing cast members. She's looking forward to bringing you the most exciting "Twilight" news with a unique perspective - She's over 30 , a self-proclaimed Twi-hard, and "Team Edward". Watch out Twi-hards - here she comes!

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One Comment

  • June 12, 2010 | Permalink |

    Of course they could all come back, in Buffy, David boreanaz changed alot, but that didnt affect anyone watching it. The cast won’t have changed so much that people care. I say bring on a 6th movie, Twilight is our current treasure, and we should try and keep it for 1 more year. Besides people will be pretty bummed out in 2012 I think, because of the end of the world theories, and twilight ending. With another movie, it would give us something to look forward to.

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