Michael Sheen Really Likes Talking About His 'Breaking Dawn' Laugh

When it comes to the "Twilight Saga," what people tend not to discuss is how freaking weird it can be. Seriously. Did you see "Breaking Dawn - Part 1" last year? Robert Pattinson did some terrible things to a very emaciated Kristen Stewart.

This year and for "Breaking Dawn - Part 2," the strangest thing just might have to be Michael Sheen and his character, Aro's, laugh, which rings out in the battlefield and will definitely creep out the audience.

When MTV News' Josh Horowitz caught up with Sheen, the actor explained what the hell was up with that laugh. "It's the laugh of millennia old insanity rising up from the abyss that is his empty soul," he said.

He took the words right out of our mouths. Anyway, Sheen went on to describe his method behind the laugh at length and made it impossibly clear that a lot of thought went into this little giggle.

"You have to imagine being so bored for years, upon years, upon years, and something happens that you've never seen before, something you never thought you could possibly see, the newest and the most extraordinary of things appears before you, which in the film is this young girl, Renesmee," Sheen said. "Then you just have to let it out. I played Mozart years ago, so there's Mozart's laugh in there from 'Amadeus.' There's the madness of Roman emperors like Caligula."

That's right. Mozart and Caligula. That's awesome.

"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" opens in theaters tomorrow.