This Sunday Robert Pattinson leapt into spotlight again at the Golden Globe Awards, where he graced the stage for presenting an award to director Susanne Bier for her drama In a Better World. Rob Patz, as he is lovingly called, gave a few moments to the tabloid as he spoke on Breaking Dawn. The movie is the final edition (split into two parts) of the hit Twilight franchise and it will mark curtains for the series.
Along with Breaking Dawn, Robert is also shooting for the Water for Elephants. He said that it has been difficult shooting for both films simultaneously, but he confessed that Breaking Dawn shall be the end of an era. By 'era" he meant the plethoric craze and a tsunami of devoted fan following that the franchise has spawned over the last 3 years.
And not only shall the fans be heart-broken after the final film but even the film"s distributor Summit Entertainment would sorely miss the raining of money in abundance. It all began with 2008"s Twilight that saw box office raking in a whopping $1.8 billion worldwide. The vampire-human romance created havoc with the subsequent New Moon and Eclipse and now we wait till November, 2011 when the first part of Breaking Dawn is unleashed on the audience.