Boo Boo Stewart: Fans Will Be Surprised by Twilight

November 9, 2011 By:
Boo Boo Stewart: Fans Will Be Surprised by Twilight
Boo Boo Stewart, who plays one of the werewolves in the Twilight Saga films attended the premiere of “Immortals” to check out the 3D sci-fi flick and to support his Twilight cast-mate Kellan Lutz who appears in “Immortals.”

With a little over a week away until Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 1 opens nationwide and premieres for the film opening very soon, Stewart says he not prepared for the Twilight premiere at all.

“I don’t know, I don’t think I’m prepared at all. I got my clothes, I have my clothes and I know what I’m going to wear, I think that’s it, I’m just going to show up,” Stewart told Hollyscoop at the 'Immortals' movie premiere in Los Angeles.

I hope he’s ready for the throngs of screaming fans, but can you ever prepare for hordes of 13-year -olds screaming “take off your shirt”? Probably not.

Since the film wrapped, audiences have been teased with rumors from the film about Bella’s wedding dress, the love scenes, and this horrific vampire birth everyone keeps talking about. With all the spoilers out there, what’s left to see?

“You can expect to be surprised,” says Stewart, “even if you read the books. We stick really, exactly to the books but still it’s done in such a way that it’ll surprise a lot of people I think.”

When Stewart isn’t being an onscreen werewolf and trying to beat Taylor Lautner is a game of “whose teenage abs are better” Stewart and his sister Fivel Stewart play in a band together.

He tells Hollyscoop that they’ll be performing “out in Detroit on December 3rd” and again at “the Thanksgiving parade in Texas.”

For such a triple-threat young kid who appears in one of the most popular film franchises since Harry Potter, he sure stays humble.

“[I’m] Thankful for just being able to do what I do. I mean when I think about the hundreds of thousands and millions of people who want to be actors and actresses and just being in the entertainment business and like here we are actually doing it and we’re so young, so I’m really thankful for it.”