On the awkward -- and sometimes creepy -- relationship between Jacob and Renesmee, Bella and Edward's daughter:
It's a fine line [between creepy and cute], and I was worried about it. We were very fortunate to have Stephenie Meyer, the author, on set with us for these last two movies, and I definitely had quite a bit of conversations with her. She basically told me, "Stop over-complicating it. Just think here and now. That's really all you have to focus on, and it's simple!" She said, "It's a lifelong bond between two people, and that's it at this point." The girl's like, what, 10 years old? So it's kind of more of a protective thing, like a brother-sister, and that's really all it is. I couldn't allow myself to think ahead and go beyond that. So that's kind of the zone I had to stay in. I think Bill [Condon], our director, did a tremendous job with it because it is delicate. I think the fans are going to be happy with it. I think it came together well.