Edward Cullen & His Daughter Renesmee Will Play A Duet In 'Breaking Dawn Part 2'

Fri, January 20, 2012 3:31pm EST by 30 Comments
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Edward played the piano in ‘Twilight’ and now he’s about to do it again! Do you think the duet will be emotional?

Robert Pattinson is about to hit the keys again! The 25-year-old actor stars in next year’s Breaking Dawn Part 2 and he will be performing a duet with his half-vampire daughter Renesmee! We literally can’t wait — Rob is such a great musician.

Carter Burwell, the composer from Twilight and Breaking Dawn Part 1, spoke about what it was like to write the father/daughter duet!

“Generally, I don’t actually write anything until a film has actually been shot,” he tells The Sag Harbor Express. “But, there are some exceptions. In the movie I’m working on right now, which is Breaking Dawn: Part II, they needed Rob Pattinson and the actress who plays his daughter to play piano onscreen. I had to write this duet before they shot the film so they could actually learn the parts. Rob is a musician, so he prides himself on working out the fingering for these correctly.”

Rob recorded two songs on the Twilight soundtrack: “Never Think” and “Let Me Sign” — written by his buds Marcus Foster and Bobby Long.

Kristen Stewart bought Rob two guitars for Christmas and we hope it’s so he can record his own album!

— Chloe Melas

More Kristen Stewart News:

  1. Robert Pattinson Worth $39 Million
  2. Bella’s First Official Breaking Dawn Wedding Dress Photos
  3. David Cronenberg: Robert Pattinson Is A ‘Wonderful Actor’

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