For five long days (and five cold nights), fans of “The Twilight Saga” camped out in downtown Los Angeles for the premiere of “Breaking Dawn – Part 1,” but is there anything that could get stars Robert Pattinson or Taylor Lautner to hit the streets for a week?
“Honestly, no,” Taylor told Access Hollywood’s Shaun Robinson when she asked at the film’s premiere on Monday night if there was anything he’d camp out for a week to see.
“The closest thing I would do it for is for my favorite sports team or my favorite athlete. I would not camp out a week,” Taylor added. “Tom Brady – you’re not worth it. I’m sorry! I love you, though.”
As for Robert, he said it would have to be a very big prize to get him sleeping in the cold.
“No – unless you get something free out of it,” he laughed. “Maybe for that, but that’s about it.”
Monday’s long-awaited premiere offered the stars and Hollywood Twi-Hards like Ashley Tisdale and Jennifer Love Hewitt their first opportunity to see “Breaking Dawn – Part 1,” but when it comes time for those steamy love scenes between Bella and Edward, Robert said he’s not sure he can handle watching them with a crowd.
“I’ll probably have left,” the Brit told Shaun, when she asked him how he expected to react to his steamy moments with Kristen Stewart at the film premiere.
As for Kristen, she hadn’t even formulated a plan.
“It’s funny, I haven’t thought about that,” she said. “There are a couple little moments like that in this [movie]. We’ll see how I fare. I will be very hot and afraid, but that’s OK.”
And she’ll also be in pain.
Kristen revealed on the red carpet she hurt herself a second time while filming “Snow White and the Huntsman.”
“I hurt my foot on ‘Snow White,’ of course, because I do that to myself all the time,” she shrugged.
“I was running around on ‘Snow White,’ and I tend to hurt myself when I get really into stuff and I did it again,” she further explained. “It’s not that bad.”
“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1” hits theaters on November 18.
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