'Twilight' Costars on Kristen Stewart, Rob Pattinson Drama's Impact on 'Breaking Dawn' (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)
Stewart and Pattinson had a picture perfect on and off-screen romance until the 22-year-old actress was caught on camera in a lip-lock with her Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders.
And ever since Stewart's scandal, support of Twilight fans across the globe has been questionable.
What's to come of the next part of the Twilight saga, Breaking Dawn: Part 2?
Stewart appeared to steadily be losing fans after she cheated on her boyfriend of three years -- one of the biggest studs in Tinseltown.
With the spiraling turn of events seeming to pose threats for the final feature of this mega franchise, Celebuzz was interested in cast reactions to the recent public drama.
Posing the perfect opportunity to gain some personal insight -- two Twilight stars were spotted at the Miss Me album release party by The Songbirds -- hosted by Elle Magazine and Modern Family stunner Sarah Hyland.
When asked how Pattinson and Stewart may affect the release of the vampire flick, Judi Shekoni, who plays Zafrina on the Twilight Saga said:
"I think that Twilight is so big that nothing can affect it. I think it's going to be a huge success and I think that everything that was shot will stand for itself."
Despite some controversial fan reactions to the Stewart and Pattinson news, Shekoni, 30, declared:
"Twi-hards are completely and utterly in support. Like on my Twitter, everybody just talks about how excited they are for the film to come out."
"They're constantly talking about how they can't wait for the premiere, so we have so much support that I think it's undeniable it's going to be a huge success," she adds.
Another Breaking Dawn star to comment to Celebuzz was Marisa Quinn, who plays the role of Huilen.
In regards to how the "Robsten" split may affect the film, the actress said, "I'm just so excited [about the film]."
"We had a warm-up last year at the Breaking Dawn: Part 1 premiere and it was so much fun," she continues. "It was one big party. And you know all of us got along so well on set that every time we get reunited it's just a blast."
Quinn adds, "I think by then that's several months away and they [Pattinson and Stewart] are just such professionals and ultimately they're amazing human beings. They're wonderful people, and I think that it's all going to work itself out."
Both Quinn and Shekoni held positive views on the future of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2, but only time will tell how fans truly feel -- the supernatural flick releases to theaters on November 16.
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