Robert Pattinson Talks About A Possible 'Twilight' Reboot While Promoting 'The Lost City Of Z'

The year was 2012 when fans saw the last installment of the “Twilight” series. To this day, fans are still not satisfied with the five films that were provided. While promoting his new film “The Lost City Of Z”, Robert Pattinson talked about a possible reboot of “Twilight”.

It is no secret that the "Twilight" series is one of the most recognizable and successful films of all time. The film broke numerous records late 2010 which made fans believe that “Twilight” should be declared as the film of the decade. The main cast of the film had various offers when the series was over. Among the three, Robert Pattinson is the most successful. Pattinson, now 30 years old, is still making some buzz in the showbiz industry.

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Few days ago, Robert Pattinson talked about the “Twilight” reboot. It is fully documented that without his monumental role on “Twilight”, Robert Pattinson might not be this famous. Although some “Harry Potter” fans don’t agree about it, Edward Cullen is more iconic than Cedric Diggory. Going back, Pattinson stated that he is all in for the reboot. This is not the first time that “Twilight” was rumored to have a sequel. The only difference is, Pattinson and some of the crew already commented about it.

Kristen Stewart

As for the other cast, Kristen Stewart is currently busy doing other ventures. When both were still working with “Twilight” saga, they developed an uncanny relationship. Most of the fans thought that it would last forever but it didn’t happen. Robert Pattinson is happily engaged to FKA Twigs and getting married is the next step for them.

Taylor Lautner

Lastly, Taylor Lautner was considered as the next big thing in Hollywood. Lautner made it to “The 50 Sexiest Man Alive” list and had a couple of movie projects. Unfortunately, it didn’t work too well for Lautner as he is now having a mediocre career.

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