The UK magazine Sky Movies got to interview Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, and Kristen Stewart!

SMM: How have your characters changed as the movies progress?
RP: When I first read the books, I was like... I canít play this. This is impossible. But Iíve tried the entire time to make [Edward] the perfect underdog. No matter what anyone says to him, no matter what heroic deeds he does, itís impossible to convince him that heís done anything right. And the only thing that has made him feel alive Ė feel anything Ė is Bella.
TL: In New Moon, I was kind of playing a split personality; for the first half I was the old Jacob and then the second half, I was the new Jacob. For Eclipse, Jacob has matured and heís a little more serious because he knows what heís dealing with now, which was definitely emotionally challenging. Thatís why Eclipse is my favourite movie, because everything thatís great about this franchise Ė the romance, the action, the danger, the suspense, everything Ė Eclipse takes to a whole other level. Itís the height of the love triangle Ė Bella is being torn between these two guys who are literally fighting for her.
KS: Well, in Breaking Dawn, Bella becomes a wife. She becomes a mother. Luckily Iíve played the character for a while. If Breaking Dawn was its own movie, it would be much more difficult to play such a young wife and mother, but because I have been with her since she was 17, itís been a progression. I think thatís whatís so cool about the series. It takes her a long time to get to that point and she loses a lot and then gets it back. I think to make decisions like that you have to really know yourself and trust yourself and she achieves that. Sheís very straight up and honest about everything and Iím excited because I know the guys so well and weíve all taken this journey together.

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There's also several new clips of Kristen Stewart's interview with MTV...

NBC PopcornBiz interviewed Melissa Rosenberg about the Breaking Dawn script! Click here to read it.

And last but not least, Alex Meraz talked to Access Hollywood about buffing up for Breaking Dawn:

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