'Twilight' Stars on Their Emotional Last Comic-Con
By Antoinette Bueno
The entire cast of the Twilight saga showed up to the franchise's last-ever Comic-Con in San Diego, where stars Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner expressed the bittersweet feeling of wrapping up their star-making Twilight journey.
"It is kinda sad, it's weird," Pattinson says about their last Comic-Con together in his trademark bemused expression. "Well hopefully it's not going to be the last one ever. It is going to be weird though in a couple of minutes with everyone on stage again."
The hit franchise has clearly been life-changing for the film's cast, catapulting them not only into Hollywood's A-list, but also making them among the richest.
"It's weird, it's like this enormous responsibility as well," Stewart says about being named Forbes' highest-paid actress. "People sitting on these piles of money -- it's silly and stupid and really gross and I feel lucky ... access, power. I haven't started this period of my life yet because I want to do it right. But I'm going to use it. I'm definitely not sitting on that stuff. Nothing should stay stagnant. It needs to move."
Looking fit as ever, Lautner teased that the last film of the franchise is going to be a highly emotional one.
"I'm most excited to see all the tears," he says about anticipating fan reaction. "Because everybody's gonna be crying in the theaters. It's a huge film, it's epic and I think everybody's gonna love that. But it does come to a nice close and I think they'll definitely be a few criers out there."
Check out the video to see why Kellan Lutz describes the cast as "The Breakfast Club," newcomer Mackenzie Foy on how Pattinson and Stewart rank as parents, and Nikki Reed and Peter Facinelli on why vampires don't cry.
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 hits theaters November 16.