Robert Pattinson interview at Twilight Eclipse movie convention press conference

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The official Twilight convention went down this past Saturday in Century City. That’s where Taylor Lautner, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart were among those interviewed about the new film. Pattinson had some insightful things to say about the new film, his character’s teenage emotions and working with Taylor Lautner.

Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart – Jacob likes Bella’s kissing

According to the live blog on Pattinson’s interview over at Hitfix.com the young star says of getting to work with Taylor Lautner:

“It was good, because I never do anything with anyone else besides Kristen,” Rob says of getting to work with Taylor and explore the character’s “petty emotions” and the bigger scale of emotion. He describes Taylor as “really good.”

Hmm, maybe he’s bored with Kristen Stewart already. Pattinson also talked about how his character has changing emotions in Eclipse that are like most mortal teenagers. Pattinson quipped that by the end of Breaking Dawn “he’ll be like a normal 17-year-old guy, except very pale.”

In addition, Pattinson discussed new director David Slade’s changes to the style of Twilight movies, as well as what it took to do green screen action scenes and an off-Twilight topic: Pattinson’s part-time music career. Check out the full live blog on Robert Pattinson here at hitfix.com for more!

Next up for Twilight will be a stop in AZ. If you’re in the Litchfield Park, Arizona area the Twilight Convention will be there from June 18-20. Tickets are $20 Friday and $25 Saturday or Sunday. The convention will move on to multiple cities throughout the remainder of 2010 and into 2011 for all Twi-hards. See more info on the convention’s upcoming locations and dates here.

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