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Robert Pattinson Breaking Dawn Bulge Not Kellan Lutz
Everyone is so hyped about The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 that the first official trailer sparked a ton of questions – Who designed Bella’s wedding dress? Did I see Stephenie Meyer in a scene? Is that really Robert Pattinson’s back in the bedroom scene when Edward breaks the headboard?
Okay, maybe the Twilight team wasn’t expecting that last question to be an issue but rumors about Rpattz using a body-double have been making the rounds. A studio rep went on record to say a body double definitely was not used, and now Kellan Lutz (Emmett Cullen) has addressed that rumor during an interview with MTV. “Someone asked if that was me. Is that Kellan’s back?” Lutz said. “I’m really proud of Rob for working out and really training really hard. He cycled so hard and trained very hard, and he’s really diligent. He talked to me about what proteins to drink and what to do and he listened and cared. He had a great mentality for it.”
Call me cynical but I noticed he didn’t actually confirm or deny the rumor.
Take a look at the trailer to see if you can decide for yourself on the body-double issue, and check out Kellan’s interview below to find out what he has to say about the Twilight saga coming to an end.