As “The Twilight Saga” draws to an end this November (Oh my Edward!), there will no doubt be plenty of opportunities for the cast to look back on the last five years of their vampire romance—an exercise star Robert Pattinson emphasized will be sweet, not sour.
“It’s an amazing experience,” he said during our recent MTV First: Robert Pattinson. “It’s a huge chunk of my life, and the end of the movie, the last few scenes, kind of look back at the whole series. It’s so sweet.”
Of course, such reminiscing can make one feel a wee bit aged—even if you are an immortal vampire.
“I feel so much older now,” he said. “The idea of if I had to do a sequel now, it would be like ‘I’m not 17 anymore.’”
Click on the video above to hear more from Rob, including his amazement over fans’ continued love for the series.
Are you sad to see the end of “Twilight” nearing? Sound off in the comments and on Twitter!
‘He was quite a dark character back then,’ Bale tells MTV News of how Bob Kane’s original concept of Batman relates to Christopher Nolan’s vision.
By Josh Wigler, with reporting by Kevin P. Sullivan
Christian Bale As Batman
Photo: Warner Bros.
by Meg Malone
It’s a curse of fate that whenever you’re about to leave, that’s when the best things come on the TV. It seems Anna Kendrick had a similar experience today when she tweeted about her inability to part with a certain ’80s classic.
Should be getting dressed and out the door but Back To The Future is on. Can’t. Ever. Walk. Away.
— Anna Kendrick (@AnnaKendrick47) July 16, 2012
We hope Anna wasn’t late arriving anywhere, but we totally understand her dilemma. Not only does the movie have some hilarious and creative moments, but Michael J. Fox was just too cute as Marty McFly (and have you seen those skateboarding skills?!).
It was just a couple weeks ago that an internet rumor was swirling that it was the future date from “Back to the Future Part II,” however as Movies Blog reported this was just simply not true (though we bet that someone who seems to love the time-travel flick as much as Anna probably knew that).
You’ll be able to hear Anna’s voice on August 17 in the film “ParaNorman” and then get a chance to hear her impressive pipes on October 5 in “Pitch Perfect,” which based on the awesome trailer looks like it should be loads of fun.
What movie can you not bear to turn off, no matter what’s at stake? Let us know in the comments and on Twitter!