'Breaking Dawn' Last Day 'Wasn't Super Dramatic'

'It was surprising, actually, how little we had to say when we finished,' Nikki Reed tells MTV News.

"Breaking Dawn" has wrapped, the trailer has officially debuted at the MTV Movie Awards, and the stars of "The Twilight Saga" are nearing the end of their years-long franchise.

MTV News caught up with Nikki Reed, Kellan Lutz and Peter Facinelli outside the Gibson Amphitheatre after "Eclipse" won the Golden Popcorn for Best Movie. The Cullen trio chatted about the last day of shooting, saying it wasn't as emotional as fans might have expected.

"It was surprising, actually, how little we had to say when we finished, to be honest," Reed said. "We know we're going to see each other, so it wasn't super dramatic."

Facinelli agreed, adding, "We have two more movies coming out, so it wasn't so much of a goodbye as it was a 'see ya later.' "

According to the three "Twilight" stars, there was no big commotion made on their last day of filming [movie id="454504"]"Breaking Dawn"[/movie] In fact, none of the stars even made a speech.


"We should have a speech right now!" Facinelli suggested. "Kellan?"

Lutz turned to his co-stars and deadpanned, "I worked the very last day, and I hate you mother----ers. That's my speech."

Though the stars of "The Twilight Saga" still have another year and a half until the second part of "Breaking Dawn" hits theaters, and then will have to make press rounds to promote the DVD and Blu-ray release, they still are willing to look into the future to what they will be doing for other projects. Or they're willing to joke about it, at least.

"Broadway musical, let's do it," Facinelli said with a laugh. " 'Carlisle on Ice.' I can't wait."

"I'll buy a ticket," Lutz offered.

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