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Robert Pattinson says filming 'Breaking Dawn' was 'anticlimatic'
Robert Pattinson's fans will be heading to theaters this weekend to see him alongside Reese Witherspoon in the new romance "Waiting for Elephants" (read Drew McWeeny's review here), but most of them are much more curious about November's "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Pt. 1."
Production recently wrapped on both parts of "Breaking Dawn," but it doesn't sound like Pattinson's last day at the vampire with a heart of gold Edward was that emotional. Appearing on Regis and Kelly this week to promote "Elephants," Pattinson said the end was a bit "anticlimatic."
"I finished on a night shoot and then flew straight [to New York] and did the premiere yesterday for a very different movie," Pattinson said.
Guest host Seth Meyers (no joke) asked if it felt like the end of school and Pattinson admitted it did "a bit."
"It was a long shoot. We were working together for eight months and it was hard. So, I think by the end everyone was like 'Aaaaaaah! Get me out!," Pattinson says laughing. But he notes, "I still haven't understood what it will be like not to make 'Twilight' movies every three months."
To watch the interview in its complete form, check out the video below.