'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' ending bizarre: Pattinson

Published: 29th October 2012 01:54 PM  |   Last Updated: 29th October 2012 01:54 PM   |  A+A-

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By IANS

Actor Robert Pattinson says the ending to "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" is bizarre.

The final part in the epic teen vampire releases next month and it has already been revealed that the ending differs from the one found in the Stephenie Meyer book.

Pattinson thinks the ending will shock people.

"It's very strange, the ending, but it kind of works in a very bizarre way," digitalspy.co.uk quoted Pattinson as saying.

"You don't normally get a story where everyone has a happy ending. Which sounds kind of ridiculous but even if you tried to write a happy ending, it's kind of impossible. But Stephanie kind of figured out the throughlines to make everyone have a happy ending. Which creates this very odd drama at the end.

"The ending is really sweet, it's probably the sweetest moment in the whole film. It's good, he said.

Pattinson, 26, is currently in Australia on the press tour for "Breaking Dawn - Part 2", while co-star and on-off girlfriend Kristen Stewart is promoting the film separately in Japan.
 

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