Taylor Lautner reveals 'Twilight' regret - not taking Jacob wig
As the debut of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" nears, Taylor Lautner has revealed his one "Twilight" regret.
Lautner recalled the long wig that his character Jacob Black wore in the first film in the "Twilight" franchise and said that he wished he had kept it.
"It's my one regret," Lautner told Access Hollywood. "They offered me the wig and I did turn it down. But I am definitely wishing now I would've taken it."
Lautner told the entertainment show that there was something else he would take away from the experience that trumps the wig.
"My relationships with the entire cast and crew ... that's the biggest thing I'll take from this, the relationships I've made," Lautner said. "I worked with some amazing people."
Lautner, Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson sat down with MTV for their first joint interview since San Diego Comic-Con on November 1. The trio appeared to be happy to be reunited and joked about the past movies and the "Twilight" world.
The first part of "Breaking Dawn" was released in November 2011 and shows Bella and Edward wed and conceive a daughter. The birth nearly kills Bella, who is subsequently turned into a vampire. In the final installment, which is set for release on Nov. 16, Bella and Edward fight the Volturi to protect their daughter Renesmee.
"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" is slated for release on November 16. Watch a clip from Taylor Lautner's Access Hollywood interview and the trailer for "Breaking Dawn - Part 2" below.