You can read Kellan and Ashley’s answers over at Movies.Com.
It’s Twilight’s last appearance at Comic-Con, at least as far as anyone knows, so we sat down with several of the franchise’s favorite actors – Kellan Lutz, Jackson Rathbone, and Ashley Greene – to talk about the final film in the franchise, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2.
Movies.com: We are currently at Comic Con, the home of western showdowns, superheroes, and action. The end of Breaking Dawn Part 2 is an epic superhero showdown. What superhero reminds you most of your character?
Jackson Rathbone: Captain American because of the way he fights, only change it to Captain Texas since that’s Jasper’s roots. In a lot of ways Jasper’s just very technically proficient because he’s done it so many times for just so long. He has a warrior’s mindset. He’s very strong and silent. He’s very quiet. There’s not a lot of superheroes that are very quiet. A lot superheroes are very (in a deep booming voice) “Take that bad guy!” Being clever plays here (points to head) Jasper is much more get it done without the talk. He is a man of few words. You mentioned Westerns. Jasper is the ultimate Clint Eastwood he never blinks.
Movies.com: Jackson, one of the big themes of Breaking Dawn Part 2 is the protection of a child who is entirely innocent. Now that you are a new dad, does that theme resonate with you more so than when you were shooting the film?
Jackson: I think so. Instinct takes over. You have this little person and you hear that first cry and every little cell in my body suddenly turned over into being that protector. He’s so small and it’s all keep alive, keep alive at all costs. It’s absolutely an amazing feeling.
Movies.com: “At the Breaking Dawn press conference you all talked a bit about Bill Condon being an actor’s director and what a privilege it was to work with someone of his caliber. What was it specifically for you that you think Bill Condon did that make that kind of impact?
Jackson: When we were in the Hall H panel and Bill was up there on a recording introducing the clip I was just smiling. He wasn’t even there with us, but that’s how much his presence does. I want a pocket-sized Bill Condon to just carry around—
Movies.com: Would you be up for the series continuing in some way? Where would your character go?
Jackson: You know they should do next? A musical. Twilight the musical. It should happen, and Muse should write it. It would be epic.