Taylor Lautner: “New Twilight movie is different”

By Hollywood Treatment on August 7, 2011

Movie star has revealed the next instalment of the Twilight franchise, Breaking Dawn, is “different”.

The actor, who stars as werewolf Jacob Black in the popular movie series, says the final movie has come together “really well” and he can’t wait to show the finished product to the world.

Speaking at the annual Beverly Hills Foreign Press Association luncheon – where he was named as Hollywood’s hottest new talent by Mark Wahlberg – he praised Twilight director Bill Condon for his work.

“I’m super excited, it’s coming out soon and we’re all really proud of it, it came together really well and I can’t wait for everyone to see it,” he told American website ET Online.

“Everyone is excited and they should be because Bill Condon did an incredible job with it. It’s very different than the ones before and I think that’s gonna be really cool to see.”

Lautner also encountered his arguably biggest celebrity fan at the event.

Glee star Lea Michele, who plays Rachel Berry in the hit show, admitted she was overwhelmed about meeting the heartthrob.

“I was shaking,” she told E! Online. “I was so nervous. I was just shaking and shaking.”

Asking her crush to give her a hug as she took to the stage, the brunette beauty joked to the audience, “I promise to control myself.”

And the actress didn’t stop there. When the pair posed for pictures together, Michele told Lautner that the photos were going to be their wedding photos, before trying to convince the American hunk to take part in Glee.

“He is going to think I’m crazy,” she laughed. “I love that [Taylor appearing on Glee]. Let’s make that happen.”

Lautner was a good sport and certainly didn’t object to Michele’s affections.

Posing with the petite star, he only had positive things to say – but ruled out a Glee cameo because of his lacking vocal talent.

“I love her. I had never met her before. She is such a doll,” he said. “I definitely can’t sing. That [a Glee cameo] would be a nightmare.”