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Topic - Jackson Rathbone
Jackson Rathbone, a star of the "Twilight" movies, likened the wildly popular series about love between a human and a vampire to the story of Romeo and Juliet, as the next-to-last film in the saga was screened Sunday at Rome's film festival.
Rathbone said he is still grappling with the reasons for the runaway success of the series.
"When I first came on board of 'Twilight,' I had no idea what was going to happen with it, and for it to be now a worldwide phenomenon is still baffling," he said.