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“When I was doing scenes like when hes holding my body and stuff I was quite moved by what he was doing and because hes, well hes not that young anymore, but he was quite young, and I was really impressed by it [discussing Daniel Radcliffe in his death scene in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire].”

“We had this bonding week at the beginning and I did a lot of improvising with Rupert and he’s really, like he’s incredibly funny, but just as a real person, because he’s funny in the film obviously, but he can do – he’s like really versatile doing acting, and Emma as well, she can just, she just does it, she’s an actress, she always has been and she’s just incredibly intelligent young person.”

“Er no, I think Dan could steal anyone from me. If I was a girl I would pick Dan!”

“I don’t know. I think he’s (Daniel) , just in real life, he’s just so far superior to me in terms of desirability, so he didn’t really have much of a competition with me. So there wasn’t really much joking around. I’d probably cry if he did. If I was Katie, I would definitely go out with him because he’s rich and famous, and I’m not really.”

“Yeah. I get on really well with Katie, she’s a really cool girl. I don’t have many talking scenes (with her). Most of my scenes, like big scenes, are just with Dan. I dance with her, and there’s a lot of scenes like holding hands and stuff like that. But I get on really well with her. She’s a nice girl. “

“I’m a big fan of Michael Gambon. I had one scene sitting next to him at the dragon task, and I had no idea what to say to him at all! He was the only person I asked for an autograph the whole way through it!”

“I was so concerned about looking cool, It’s weird seeing them. They are the most famous kids, I kept calling them famous. They’re on their way to becoming icons. I used to try to be moody and stuff. I’m really good friends with a lot of people from the film. It was a long time, I was doing it for 11 months.”

“I kicked his ass, because I don’t hold back. I fight like a little bitch. I’d bite and pull his pants down and stuff [talking about fight scenes with Cam Gigandet, co-star in “Twilight].”

“Like when we were doing scenes he’d be holding my body and stuff that I was quite moved by what he was doing [discussing his death scene with Daniel Radcliffe in “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”].”

“I kinda just approached it from the front [and] I always try to slip a bit of tongue in [discussing jokingly kissing Kristen Stewart, co-star in “Twilight”].”

“Kristen’s the best actress of our generation, and that’s why I wanted to do this movie. I don’t know why she is. She’s just better than everybody else [discussing co-star Kristen Stewart].”

“She is really, really cool. She seems so much older than she really is. I find her quite intimidating. I always find myself trying to impress her. She’s very, very clever [discussing co-star Emma Watson].”

“I mean, Kristen’s great. She’s, uh, one of the main reasons why I wanted to do this: just because of her body of work and also just the audition kinda made me feel very differently about it. I had no idea how to do it before the audition. I mean, she’s an extraordinarily talented actress [discussing co-star Kristen Stewart].”

“He’s really an incredible kid. So young, about 15 or 16, but already a pro. Everyday he needs to work about 5 to 6 hours and then go back to study again. It’s like that for about 11 months. For the last 2 months, he even had a more serious schedule and he’s good at that. Now you can see his excellent acting in the released movie, and he did a really great job [discussing co-star Daniel Radcliffe].”

“The elephant could kinda do whatever it wanted. Reese couldn’t just go in the corner and take a dump [discussing co-star Reese Witherspoon and Rosie the Elephant].”

“I was wearing the exact same thing and then she showed up with that. It was really embarassing. [When asked about how he felt about co-star Kristen Stewart’s Breaking Dawn Part 2 LA premiere dress].”

“[Pauses, then laughs] For one thing, it would be a terrible marketing tool and it’s not utilized very well at all. People will say anything. I’m still amazed that people even believe anything [that’s said about us]. I mean, it’s one of the craziest things about the whole situation, where you can see the whole — is paradigm the right word? — of celebrity gossip, celebrity culture type stuff that’s literally entirely made up. There’s a story line. You have a set character and your story line is written for you. And it doesn’t matter what you do. [Addressing questions on ‘Robsten’ as a marketing tool with co-star Kristen Stewart].”

“Hmmm…Mmmm…who was it? Hah…I would say SK-II face packs. I would refer to those as a co-worker. Make-up really, really dehydrates your skin [on which Twilight Saga co-star helped make the experience the most rewarding].”

“Why did everyone have to be so funny in their speeches? And funny and smart…and they know what they’re saying. Why do actors have to be able to speak? It’s so annoying. I’m just gonna read these things. Oh God, never make me do a speech again. Jesus [honoring co-star Uma Thurman at Elle Magazine’s Women of the Year].”

“Did you ask him (Taylor) if his taste in women has changed?” [Teasing co-star Taylor Lautner during Breaking Dawn Part 2 press interviews regarding Jacob and Renesmee].”

“The perception of her is that she’s ‘awkward’. But it’s funny knowing her. It’s the absolute opposite of what people think. She’s insanely confident [discussing co-star Kristen Stewart].”