Posted on Jun 13th, 2012. 0 Comments.
After getting word that Bella, Edward and RENESMEE were going to be on the cover of EW (which will be out on Friday) EW.com mentioned having more pictures on their site soon. Looks like a fan (Thanks Epnebelle!) got a hold of the magazine first, so here are the scans. We will continue to update with original pics as they come in.
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Parts of the interview where Renesmee/Mackenzie is mentioned
One source of Bella’s newfound ferocity is her daughter. Renesmee, the half-human, half-vampire baby maturing at an unnatural rate, lies at the heart of the drama in Part 2. The vampire ruling class known as the Volturi mistakenly believe that Renesmee is a human youngster turned into a vampire, which is a serious no-no in Meyer’s bloodsucker world, so they intend to snuff out the Cullens as punishment. (The girl has some decidedly vamp qualities but is also very much human, heartbeat and all.) Condon spotted Foy early in the audition process. “It’s a hugely important part,” he says. “There were a lot of kids. But this was kind of obvious. It was one of those rare times when you see something- like with an apartment or house- and it feels good and you just need to take it. I felt that way, like, ‘Oh this is good.’”Foy seems remarkably unfazed by the time spent with her uberfamous costars. “They are super-nice,” she says.
Condon says it went well beyond superficialities. “They were amazing with her,” he says. “It really brought something paternal out in Rob, and Kristen was especially protective. I’d have to interrupt them when they were in deep conversation to get going with a scene.” It helped that Stewart began her own acting career as a child, in movies such as The Safety of Objects and Panic Room. “I loved chatting with Mackenzie,” she says. “I’m always curious about what’s going on in the minds of kids on set. She’s really close to the age I was when I started.”
Pattinson points out that having an impressionable youth on set curbed certain cast members’ predilection for raucousness. “We’re all around the same age and we’re really not polite to each other anymore. You’d have to tone it down when Mackenzie was around,” he says. Or at least attempt to. “She had a little swear jar, and I think she made 850 bucks or something,” (Stewart, known to work blue in casual speech, laughs when asked if she managed to respect the swear jar: “Uh, yeah, no.”)
Playing a mother to an 11-year-old actress, Stewart says, might have been difficult in a more traditional context, but this being Twili-verse, it was easier to wrap her head around mothering a child who in real life is only a decade or so younger: “[My relationship with Renesmee] is so completely rooted in this world, and I could relate to it because I very much believe it.” Bella and Renesmee’s bond is a particularly special once, complete with supernatural methods of communication. “It’s a really cool relationship. I hope it comes across,” Stewart says. And having an actress like Foy, who (rather spookily) resembles both her and Pattinson, didn’t hurt either. “Even our hands look similar,” Stewart says. “It was kind of strange. But It’s funny how it actually helps. It’s like, ‘Oh, hey, you look like me, kid! Come on!’”
Renesmee, of course, has a supernatural link to a certain older man as well. Jacob, who’s spent most of the series in unrequited love with Bella, has imprinted on the infant Renesmee- “imprinting” being the process by which his trible of werewolves suddenly discover who their soul mates are. In the past, Lautner has said he found the metaphysical mechanics of it all a bit confusing. But talking to Stephenie Meyer and diving back into the book got him more comfortable with the notion of being in love with a child. “Everyone likes to tease me about it,” he says. “Everyone think’s it’s so funny, and I laugh along with them, but it’s as simple as a lifelong bond. It’s not nearly as creepy as everybody likes to joke.” That “everybody” includes Pattinson, needless to say. “Oh, I can’t wait till he has to do live TV,” Pattinson says of Lautner with a gleeful cackle. “Did you ask him in his taste of women has changed? The first scene I saw them together, I literally could not stop laughing. I wouldn’t have been able to do it.” Lautner remains resolute: “I think people will be very happy with the whole imprinting situation.”
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