Also on-hand for the "Twilight" festivities were UK socialites including the lovely Pixie Lott and Tamara Ecclestone.
As for the movie, in a recent interview, Taylor said that this time around everything changed a bit. "It's really amazing to see all of the characters, really, in a different light than you've ever seen them before. But Jacob was a challenge in this movie, being pulled in two totally different directions and kind of being the middle man. He has to make a decision: which side are you going to choose?"
He added, "I have my kid-fun moments, I guess, but I would say it's a good mixture. I don't think you've ever found exactly who you are," he said. "I'm always continuing to grow and learn more about myself each and every day, so I can definitely relate to that."
Taylor also shared that wrapping up work on the franchise was a difficult moment for everyone. "I knew filming the last scene was going to be tough, but it was more emotional for all of us than we expected. And it didn't help that my very last scene was with Kristen - it was with Rob as well. He comes in at the end and breaks it up, but it's really a last dance between Bella and Jacob toward the end of their wedding. It's really Jacob saying goodbye to Bella. She's off to her honeymoon and he's kind of realizing that it's over. Everything I've been working for is over, and it's really time for him to move on and realize that."
Meanwhile, Ryan O’Neal from Sleeping At Last told press he still isn’t over the excitement of having his song “Turning Page” selected for both the wedding and sex scene between Bella and Edward.
"I wrote 'Turning Page' about six months ago, and it was something I felt I really wanted to be from Edward's perspective. I thought, 'That makes sense,' and things just kind of layered on itself. And after the first few piano chords, I felt like that was where I wanted to go with it. So then I sent it in, which was a total shot in the dark. I hadn't heard anything [for a while], so I was pretty sure it was a no-go. And then a couple months ago, I got a call and was told it was in some of the parts of the film."
"I'm still kind of wrapping my head around the whole thing," O'Neal noted. "I'm so, so privileged. I can't even believe it."
“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1” is set to hit theaters this Friday, November 18th.