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Wednesday, 13 April 2011

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Taylor Lautner's movie trailer on the movie soundstage lot. (Photo taken by Melissa Rivers).

LOS ANGELES - Rob Pattinson, star of the Twilight series has stepped into the role of author with his soon-to-be-released tell-all book titled The Twilight Tidbits.

In the book RPattz tells about the very first time that he and Kristen Stewart kissed. He said that Kristen, Taylor Lautner, Ashley Greene, and he were sitting in Taylor's trailer between scenes playing spin-the-bottle.

And as luck would have it during his spin he got to kiss Kristen. He said that for the next four days he and Kristen would kiss and that it was bottle-less.

He later found out that Taylor and Ashley were also kissing without benefit of the bottle as well.

Another time he saw Kellan Lutz receiving a bunch of text messages. When he asked him who they were from K-Lutz showed him that the messages were coming from Paris Hilton and surprisingly more than half of the words were actually spelled correctly.

RPattz said that sweet little Dakota Fanning was deathly afraid of gnats and that one evening he and Taylor captured 29 gnats and put them in a mayonnaise jar. They took the jar over to Dakota's movie lot trailer and let the gnats out in the hallway while she was showering.

They waited outside and it was not long after that, that they heard her screaming for help. They both rushed in and asked Dakota what was the matter. She asked them to please save her from the attack of the killer gnats.

Both guys, who were doing their very best to keep from laughing, managed to capture each one of the 29 killer gnats and flushed them down the toilet.

Dakota was so happy that they had saved her that she wrote each one out a check for $75. They each refused to take the check but she insisted.

Pattinson wrote in his book that Kristen Stewart's character was originally known as Billa instead of Bella. But the producers changed the name because they did not want movie goers to confuse the name Billa with Bill O'Reilly, whose nickname is Bill O.

Another behind-the-scenes tidbit is that during the first day of shooting the movie was not set in Seattle as it is now. The original town setting was actually written as Cheyenne, Wyoming, but that was scrapped when it was learned that Cheyenne does not have a beach.

Rob Pattinson told USA DAYBREAK that Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones offered to buy his 3,175 acre South Texas Ranch named El Rancho De La SeƱorita Loca (The Crazy Young Woman Ranch). RPattz told Jones that his ranch located North of Laredo was not for sale at any price.

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