Twilight Director was Worried about the ‘illegal kiss’, Robert Pattinson fell off the Bed

Twilight Director Catherine Hardwicke, revealed that Kristen Stewart was “Underage” when they shot a kissing scene with her, which was so steamy that Robert Pattinson fell off the bed on the floor.

The kissing scene Twilight Director talked about was shot in 2007 as part of an audition at her own house, on one of her beds.

Kristen Stewart was just 17 at the time and Robert Pattinson was 21.

Twilight Director was Worried about the 'illegal kiss', Robert Pattinson fell off the Bed
Twilight Director was Worried about the ‘illegal kiss’, Robert Pattinson fell off the Bed

Twilight Director Catherine Hardwicke was worried that Stewart being underage might cause her some trouble.

Catherine Hardwicke while giving the tour of her house showed the exact bed where the screen test audition was shot and narrated how the actors gave the first audition of their part in the Twilight Saga.

“Rob and Kristen auditioned on my bed, the kissing scene, Rob was so into it that he fell off the bed, and I’m like, ‘Dude, calm down.’ And I’m in there filming with my little video camera, whatever.” the director recalled the scene.

“So I remember I told Rob, ‘By the way, Kristen is 17. In our country, it’s illegal to have a sexual …’ And he’s like, ‘Oh, OK, whatever,’”

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