For the last five years, Rob has grown used the constant sound of screaming girls, but with the final ‘Twilight’ film hitting theaters on Nov. 16, he thinks the pandaemonium will finally end. Somehow, we doubt it!
Robert Pattinson recently admitted that he is “happy” about The Twilight Saga ending, and at the Breaking Dawn: Part 2 premiere on Nov. 12 he revealed that it is “very, very strange” to be finished, and that he doesn’t expect anything else in his career to be so crazy. Wishful thinking Rob!
The premiere of Breaking Dawn: Part 2 took place on Nov. 12 at LA’s Nokia Theater, where Rob took a moment to catch up with HollywoodLife.com. When asked how he felt about the end of an era, he said, “I don’t know, it’s so strange that at every premiere I was either shooting a Twilight or was just about to shoot one. It’s very, very strange — I haven’t gotten it into my head that I am not doing another one!”
Rob added that he does not expect the same levels of hysteria and pandaemonium in the future, as he says, “This doesn’t happen often. I don’t think this is ever going to happen again!”
Really Rob? Those Twi-hards are pretty dedicated, no matter the movie!
— Eleanore Hutch
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