Speaking to the "Twilight" fans out there, it's safe to assume that, by now, we've all seen the chills, thrills and heart-stopping moments contained within the "Breaking Dawn" trailer that debuted during the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday night. (We're especially sure these Twilighters have seen the trailer.)

One of the biggest squeal-getters, as far as favorite, swoon-worthy moments are concerned, was the brief glimpse of Bella and Edward's wedding. And no matter how gorgeous everything appears in the trailer, the members of the cast have been telling us that the actual shooting of the wedding scene was not quite as glamorous, thanks to a few days of serious downpour.

When MTV News caught up with Kellan Lutz on the red carpet at the Movie Awards on Sunday, we asked him to weigh in on his experience filming in the less-than-desirable rain showers.

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"I just feel bad for the women on the movie," Lutz said. "They're wearing these beautiful dresses, but they're skintight, and of course a lot of us are playing vampires so you have to not shiver, because vampires don't get cold. It was tough. It was really cold. A lot of times, the heaters went off and it rained, so it made the whole climate even more cold."

Lutz's co-star Peter Facinelli told us that, thanks to movie magic, we won't be seeing any of the rain or shivering "Twilight" castmembers once the film is finished.

"It's funny, because whenever we have a big important scene on 'Twilight' [movies], it rains. I was doing the baseball sequence [from 'Twilight'], and it was raining. But you never see it on film," Facinelli said of some editing tricks. "With this wedding, it rained the whole time we shot the two scenes. But you'll never see it on film. They block out the rain. They put tarps up and you'll never see it."

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