Nov. 11, 2011 at 11:40 AM ET
In the upcoming “Breaking Dawn Pt. 1,” “Twilight” fans will see Bella Swan and the brooding Edward Cullen finally swap vows. While that's an expected part of the story, according to leading lady Kristen Stewart, the made-for-the-big-screen ceremony felt anything but fictional.
“It felt, like, too real almost," Stewart explained during a Thursday night interview on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." "It was coming to the end of the whole series, and it sort of felt like — maybe it feels like this at normal weddings; I don’t know — but it wasn’t just about me and (co-star Robert Pattison). It was like, ‘God, you guys! Awesome — good job!’ You know what I mean? It was like, ‘We made it!’ So, it felt great. It felt like a real ceremony.”
But even though the wedding seemed like the real deal to Stewart, she can’t say the same about the subsequent sex scene. She wanted the long-awaited honeymoon romance with Pattinson’s character, or “the thruster” as she described him to Kimmel, to be hot and heavy. In the interest in keeping things PG-13, she didn’t get her way.
So what’s the difference between a PG-13 sex scene and an R-rated one?
“Noises,” Stewart said.
“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Pt. 1” hits theaters Nov. 18.
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