Robert Pattinson was miserable with his wedding night scene with Kristen Stewart
Along with a series of TV spots dedicated to the abandoned boy: “Werewolf” Jacob.
Continuing the promotional campaign for Breaking Dawn – Part I , at a press conference in Stockholm (Sweden), Robert Pattinson confided very honestly about the bed scene on Bella and Edward ‘s honeymoon : “The scene was moving.” The room was really difficult for me. The set was going crazy, there were about 20 people around. We thought we were done filming but someone said: No, Bella won’t make such a noise. We Should we reshoot that scene again?”
“It was miserable to film, but it was actually a very tender and emotional scene. Because the movie is not like the book, everyone was worried about how to do it best” – he explained – “A lot of people around me back then box. Kristen and I were wondering how much of our bodies would appear on camera. We feel it’s really not easy.”
Robert Pattinson also talked about Kristen Stewart ‘s character : ” Bella was the one who initiated the wedding scene. It was a very different dynamic and I enjoyed not being able to guess what she meant. Meanwhile, Edward seemed scared.” scared”.
Robert in Sweden
“I have never been in a situation where I was afraid of a bed scene like this. It’s funny that the previous three Twilight movies all portrayed this scene as something very scary. Then, in the second movie fourth, Edward and Bella had a child with horribly devastating consequences. I didn’t fully understand what the director was trying to ask me to portray. Actually, I’ve never had an experience like this in real life. “.
According to a source, this scene was cut so that the film could be labeled 13+. The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) recommended that producers edit some excessive images of the two main characters, to avoid the 15+ limit.
” If the studio wanted to label it 13+, they would have had to change some parts of the sexual scene between Edward and Bella . When the final cut was released, the shot was reduced in length and there was less focus on the images. full body. As a result, the film has been rated 13+.”
In addition, producer Summit Entertainment continued to stir up “Twilighter” by releasing four different commercials on television at the same time. The audience will see the touching moment when Jacob said goodbye to Bella at the wedding, then the scene where Jacob confronts his brothers in the wolf army to protect Bella .