Do Taylor and you learn to love each other in this movie? Sure! I give him my daughter! That’s love. You could even say this entire thing is a love story between Edward and Jacob. Are you like Edward? Even a little bit? I don’t know anymore! I can’t tell! I’ve thought about it so many times. When the first movie came out you seemed very afraid of fans. Are you completely used to it? We had no experience with large crowds before this, so it really is very awkward. But you do get used to it. It’s weird but you develope an extra personality when you’re around so many people. You know, like a different mood or something. But it’s fun. This only happens at big events with like 6,000 people.cialis online buy-http://viagraonline-avoided.com/-drugs similar to lexapro-http://cialisonline4edtreatment.com/-http://canadianpharmacy2treated.com/-http://laxaprogeneric4anxiety.com/-http://cialiscoupon-treated.com/
We had an event in LA with like 10,000 people, I think. What’s your favorite memory of this experience? One time Peter stole a bike, it was hilarious! Or when we filmed in Brazil, it was like saying “We’ve done this for years and now we’re in Brazil,” Kristen and I were wearing bathing suits in front of 6,000 Brazilians with water guns and cameras. What was happening? We were filming in the jungle, we had to make out and pretend we were in a waterfall. How do you deal with the paparazzi and the madness that follows you everywhere? You learn to live with it. If you look at the cameras, the flashes blind you. You can’t even smile around these people. This success came over too fast, did it make you grow up faster than people your age? When you’re making movies like these, and there’s people waiting for you outside your hotels, you’re living a very unusual life. You’re actually scared of not being a normal person because you don’t get to meet new people very often. I don’t know if I’m growing faster than people my age. I don’t feel different than my friends. I’m just myself. Do you believe in the power of love, a love that lasts a lifetime like in the movies? Definitely, yes. It sounds cheesy, but I see it with my parents. My dad met my mom when she was 17 and they’re still happily together. That’s not cheesy. No, it’s rather cute, especially when most of the kids at my school had parents going through divorces. So it was great seeing my parents sticking together. Do you ever get privacy anymore? I can manage in London, actually. It’s so different. In America it’s much harder. What’s been your biggest lesson so far? Has something happened that made you change the way you see things forever? I believe in keeping your family and friends close, because they’ll treat you the same no matter what. Real relationships are not affected by whatever happens in life. Knowing that you’ll always keep something special no matter what happens is something that has made an impact in my life. That’s one of the biggest lessons I’ve received in life. How would it made you feel if Twilight was reshoot some years later? It would be amazing and I would actually watch it. But I’d feel bad for whoever got my role. I’d talk to him. Actually, I’d destroy him! (laughs).
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