Robert Pattinson was just as surprised as everyone when Summit Entertainment released a photo of him with Kristen Stewart locked in an embrace, seemingly nude in bed from their honeymoon scene in Breaking Dawn.
“It’s crazy,” he said. “They released a sex scene!”
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When Rob appeared at the Golden Globes, he was corralled by MTV and asked what he thought of the photo. The reporter was even carrying a magazine with a copy of the pic.
“I love how they release that for the first one,” he said with a laugh. “Just give it all away, you know?”
And what exactly is he doing in the picture? “I think I’m sniffing,” he said.
Rob said the scene was just as hard to shoot even even though he now has similar scenes under his belt from “Remember Me,” and “Bel Ami,” and you know, because he was with Kristen, who, by all the best estimates, is also his girlfriend in real life.
“It’s always awkward in a way if you’re doing it with anybody,” he said. “It really depends on how it’s staged and stuff. It’s like doing Twister.”
In the movie, Robert and Kristen will explode on screen with sexual tension judging by the photo. It shows Bella and Edward embracing in a tender moment.
Bella’s pursuit of Edward has gradually worn down the vampire’s resistance to her feminine charms and Breaking Dawn will be the moment the come together for eternity.
Although fans will have to wait until Nov. 18 to see the movie, the plot, by now, is familiar to most. Edward finally abandon’s his resistance for Bella and they get married in Forks, and escape to Rio de Janeiro in Brazil for their honeymoon.
The steamy honeymoon scenes were filmed late last year when Bella and Edward consummate their marriage
Bella becomes pregnant with a half-vampire half-human daughter who feeds off Bella’s blood in the womb, weakening Bella to the point that she is near death. Until Edward steps in, that is, and saves her by making her a vampire.
Their love scene is expected to be one of the tenderest and one of the more violent scenes of the movie. But Director Bill Condon assures that the movie’s PG-13 rating will be preserved.
Hey, it’s all between the birds and bees, and vampires.