Kristen Stewart and the cast of 'The Twilight Saga - Breaking Dawn Part 1' have just finished a handprint ceremony to celebrate the ongoing success of the 'Twilight' franchise. The latest movie hits the UK on November 18th 2011 after a mammoth promotional stretch which only now is seeing the stars head to the US to do the talk show rounds - kicked off by Taylor Lautner's appearance on 'The Jay Leno Show' this week.
Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Lautner were all in attendance at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood where the three imprinted their hands on one of the venue's steps. The whole event was screened by Hollywood Life via UStream and saw the trio mobbed by fans and press upon both arrival and departure on a sunny day in Los Angeles. Having several practises in the theatre lobby before dipping their hands and feet in properly, the trio then stepped outside and took to a podium where they made a short speech - having been introduced by the ceremony's host Jimmy Kimmel - with Pattinson saying "thank you guys so much, it's a incredible honour . it's ridiculous how young we are . but it's all down to you so thanks for being so consistent".
The ceremony is considered a huge honour for actors, so excited was Stewart's father John Stewart that he reportedly arrived some 30 minutes early for the ceremony.