Seventeen: The Guys of Twilight (2008)by admin on 30/11/2008
Love the guys of Twilight? Check out this exclusive interview where they open up about everything from dating to their food addictions.
“I stay away from Facebook and MySpace. Whenever I go out with a friend, they’re like ‘I didn’t know you had a MySpace.’ I don’t have a MySpace. There’s actually three MySpaces for Jackson Rathbone. I don’t know who these people are but they’re not me!”
“I got my butt kicked a few times by my sisters. But I grew up so southern that my father would say, ‘You take it like a man.’ And I’d be like, ‘Oh, what? I’m 5!’ But it was interesting. My dad always taught me to treat my girlfriends the way I wanted my sisters to be treated by their boyfriends. They always taught me a really wonderful level of respect that’s not common these days.”
“When it comes to my sisters’ boyfriends, I’m either cool with them or my sisters know that I hate them. I’m pretty blunt with them and to the point. Back in high school, there were a couple of boys my sisters had and man, I let them know I didn’t like them. I was pretty upfront but my dad always had it right. Whenever my sisters brought them over to the house for the first time, he’d be teaching me how to clean the shotguns.”
“I miss Texas so bad. That’s the hard part about being out here in L.A., trying to pursue acting and music and lighting and production and stuff. It takes a lot of time out from your personal life, and I can only get back to Texas three times a year at most. It’s tough.”
“We had a lot of weather issues on the set of Twilight. One day we really needed the clouds to cover the sun, so we started doing a cloud dance, initiated by our director. We started dancing around and the extras really got into it. The entire set was dancing. And a few minutes later the clouds came, so it might’ve worked.”