In a new interview with PopSugar, Melissa Rosenberg talks about Breaking Dawn!

PopSugar: How did you feel about the decision to split Breaking Dawn into two movies?
Melissa Rosenberg: Relief, actually, because it was going to be quite a challenge to condense such a large book into one movie. That's always the challenge with all of these and, more so, Breaking Dawn. Having a little more room to breathe is nice . . . on the other hand, there's also the challenge of making sure there's enough to fill two movies.

PS: We've heard there are some scenes you want to avoid showing on screen in Breaking Dawn. For example, Bella giving birth. Can you tell us why?
MR: That was a misquote. The childbirth ó all the scenes, I feel ó should be on screen. I think perhaps what I was referring to was, would we actually see Edward's teeth through the placenta? I don't think so. I don't think we need to see that, and if someone needs to see that, I think they should take a look at that. [Laughs.] I believe it will be implied, but I don't think we'll see teeth in the placenta.

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A German magazine interviewed Robert Pattinson and Pattinson Online has the Enlish translation!

You are 24 and, as it is, canít be anywhere without bodyguards at the door. Doesnít it stink to you that you canít lead a normal life?
Sometimes. But then I remember how my normal life was: boring.

Where do you live now, in London or in L.A.? Do you perhaps have a home?
No, I donít. My ďapartmentĒ consists of three suitcases, out of which I live. Inside of them is everything that I need.

Isnít that a very lonely life?
I work constantly, so I am always surrounded by people who ask me questions or give me instructions. Thatís why I enjoy it if I can do something for myself. I donít have any problems with having a two-month long period with no one to speak to.

How do you sympathize with Edward in respect to women? Is he the knight in shining armor about whom we apparently all still dream?
I hear often that this story is too old-fashioned and encourages women to take on subservient roles. I donít think that at all! Even when Bella sometimes has moments of helplessness, she is still only a fictional character. What are we coming to, if every fictional film character is automatically a role model for our society!

In Reelz Channel's new Twilight Tidbit, David Slade and Ashley Greene talk about some grunting issues Ashley had:

Peter Facinelli was on the Today Show and Regis and Kelly!

And there are two new interviews where Jackson Rathbone talks about The Last Airbender!

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