Robert Pattinson Made Stephenie Meyer Cry
Why did Robert Pattinson make Twilight author Stephenie Meyer cry? Because he punched her in the throat for ruining his manly rep!!! Ahaha kidding kidding, it wasn’t nearly as badass as that. No, it is true that he brought her to tears, but it was because of his moving performance portraying Edward Cullen. Robert is hardcore like that.
Ok, I’ll stop with the snarky sarcasm (at least for the next few sentences).
Anyway, I am sure all of the Twi-hards here have witnessed Robert Pattinson as Edward Cullen in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1, and I’m sure his performance blew you away. Breaking Dawn was most definitely one of the darker and more serious of the Twilight films. Well, it turns out the actor didn’t just move the Twilight fans, but he also touched people on set (you know, emotionally) during the scene when Bella “dies.”
“He was really able to touch the human emotions of that scene. Rob really nailed it,” author Stephenie Meyer admits in a behind the scenes clip available on the DVD, which hits stores February 11. “It was really powerful. I teared up, several people near me did. It was just a lump in your throat—that moment of thinking you’ve lost everything and not being able to accept it. It was really emotional.”
I have heard good things about that scene, I’ll admit it. Everyone I know who has seen it commented on how amazing Robert was and how they cried their eyes out.
If you want to see the DVD clip of Meyer talking about Pattinson you’ll have to pick up the DVD on Febuary 11. A few sites posted the clip, but well, they were quickly removed due to those pesky copyright laws.
What do you think about Robert Pattinson bringing Stephenie Meyer to tears? Did that scene make you cry? Who here is picking the DVD up on Saturday?
Moonlight (aka Amanda) loves to write about, read about and learn about everything pertaining to vampires. You will most likely find her huddled over a book of vampire folklore with coffee in hand. Touch her coffee and she may bite you (and not in the fun way).