'Breaking Dawn' may be the teen movie of the past decade, but what if it were the teen movie of two decades earlier? What if Stephenie Meyer's young-adult sensation had been written and adapted for the big-screen during the 1980s, the era of MTV, Ronald Reagan and New Coke? That's the very question Moviefone asked Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner and the rest of the 'Breaking Dawn' cast -- plus director Bill Condon -- during a recent interview, and the results may surprise you. (Or, maybe not, assuming you always thought Taylor Lautner was like a young Ralph Macchio.) Watch the video above.

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Interviews conducted by Sharon Knolle

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