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'Breaking Dawn — Part 2': Stewart, Pattinson and Lautner speak

November 02, 2012|By Matt Donnelly

After roughly a year since the release of the first half of "The Twilight Saga" finale — with a slew of other projects and a cheating scandal in between — Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner are ready to give us "Breaking Dawn — Part 2."

The film saw its press junket Thursday in Los Angeles, where the three leads chatted with media both domestic and international — revealing some nerves, excessive touches and fond remembrances.

"Remember when I almost puked in the tent?" Stewart asked her costars in an interview with MTV News, above. 

She's referring to a memorable moment in the franchise, from "Eclipse," in which Lautner's Jacob Black must warm Stewart's shivering Bella in a tent atop a frigid mountain, while undead and unwarm Edward (Pattinson) is forced to watch.

"She was not feeling well that night," Lautner recalled. Kristen chalked it up to nerves. But Rob mostly remembers getting handsy.

"I remember grabbing your boob all the time in this one," Pattinson told Lautner, who described a scene between the pair in which Rob pushes on Taylor's well-defined pec. 

"And you were doing it hard," Lautner concluded. Memories! 

"Breaking Dawn — Part 2" will see its world premiere in downtown L.A. on Nov. 16. Expect lots more talk coming from the big three, and stay tuned to the Ministry for complete coverage.

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