When asked about the future of his career, taking risks, and the kinds of roles he'll take on next, Pattinson offered this: "You can't be afraid to be typecast. The only guarantee for success in this industry is playing superhero after superhero and money isn't necessarily all that satisfying to me."
First thought as Kristen Stewart walks in: Is it just me or does Kristen Stewart look prettier with each Twilight film?
"Yeah, I kept the rings, the rings are really important to me," Stewart said of the props she's keeping from the movies, including the mood ring Bella's mom gives her in the first film.
She was so excited to do some of her own stunts, that she broke her thumb during one of the first intense action sequences in Breaking Dawn Part 2.
"Comic Con was really the first time I was ever hit with a wave of human energy," she said of the first time she realized how big the Twilight movies were in pop culture. "I was like, this is not a normal movie."
"I definitely feel a lot more realized. I think I've grown up a little bit, I don't know," Stewart said when asked about her journey from the first Twillight movie to Breaking Dawn Part 2.
"You should always constantly question everything, and push yourself harder," she shared of her work ethic as an actress.
Someone asked her about remaining frozen in time, and what age she'd like to pause her life at if she could. "I'm not there yet," Stewart, who's only 22, replied. "I can't wait to get to that point."
Look, an expression! Kristen Stewart looked back on the Twilight phenomenon, called it "crazy, I wish I had another way to describe it."
"I felt really connected to that [maternal instinct] aspect of the movie," she said of all her scenes playing a mom to the Renesmee character. "I think it may be something that you're sort of born with or not born with. Some people have really strong desires to be a mom and it's one of my favorite things about the story from day 1. There was never enough about that in the script for me.
"I can't wait to be a mom, but, you know, then again I can wait," she added, with a hint of laughter.
When asked if she's glad it's over, Kristen Stewart took a pause, and gave long-winded answer. In a nutshell, she said: "I'm so happy that the story is told, you have no idea…but I don't want it to sound like I'm excited to be done with the experience…I'll never forget this experience."
"But I guess that's the way it should be, things shouldn't stay stagnant," she added.
"A question that I can't answer is, 'what do you want to do next, what's your dream role, where do you see yourself.' I've gotten incredibly lucky to meet the people I've met and worked with them. Scripts can really surprise you. You can shock yourself a little bit and that's kind of what I'd like to do."
We got our real close pic out of the way as Lautner sat down for the press conference.