Taylor Lautner's tears for Twilight
Taylor Lautner has admitted he couldn't hold back his tears on the last day of shooting the 'Twilight Saga' franchise.
21 November 2011
Taylor Lautner broke down on his last day of filming the 'Twilight Saga' franchise.
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The actor plays werewolf Jacob Black in the movie series and admitted shooting his final scene where he has to cry was easy because he was already so emotional about the ending of the film series.
He explained to movies.ie: "It was not good because my last scene with Rob [Pattinson] and Kristen [Stewart] was the second-to-last day of filming and it was actually a scene where I was dancing with Kristen and I'm saying goodbye to her - she's getting ready to leave and go on her honeymoon and I'm dealing with everything for the first time, so it was a pretty emotional scene for Jacob, so it wasn't fun doing that, when it was actually me saying goodbye to filming with Kristen and Rob as well.
"Then literally my last scene filming on the franchise was a scene where I think Bella has just died and I run outside the house and I crumble onto the ground and I just lose it and I'm bawling. That was my last scene of the movie, my last scene of the franchise, so I definitely had some extra motivation, so it was a little easier."
Although filming has finished Taylor is thrilled the last movie 'Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2' hasn't been released yet because he is excited about meeting up with his castmates for the promotional tour.
He said: "I am so sad! No, I really am. The only reason I'm smiling is because I know that I am going to be promoting these films for the next year and a half, so I know we are going to be seeing each other all the time. But the real bummer is that we are done filming, and that's probably the toughest thing. "Whenever we finished filming a movie before, it wasn't sad because we knew that we were going to be back in a couple of months, but at the end of this one, it was definitely emotional. We've been doing this for years now - five movies - and we knew we weren't coming back. That was tough."