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Video: Peter Facinelli on What Happens Live

Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

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Videos: Mackenzie Foy and Peter Facinelli on The Today Show

Thursday, November 15th, 2012

Video: Peter Facinelli and Elizabeth Reaser on Ellen

Monday, November 5th, 2012

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Breaking Dawn, Part 2 Unscripted: Ask Ashley Greene And Peter Facinelli A Question

Monday, October 29th, 2012

Moviefone wants your questions for Peter and Ashley!
You have until Thursday, November 1 at 12 p.m. EDT

to submit questions. You can leave your queries in the comments, on our Facebook page or on Twitter @moviefone. Head back to Moviefone on November 12 to see the whole thing.

This shall be fun!

Nikki Reed is Godmother to Jackson Rathbone’s Baby

Thursday, September 13th, 2012

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How cute is this? We already knew Nikki and Jackson were close, but now we know Nikki is actually godmother to Monroe VI, Jackson’s baby boy.

It’s great that cast made such strong friendships. Here’s a picture that Elizabeth Reaser tweeted recently.

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Peter Facinelli To Shoot New Film in Colombia

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

Attention, Colombian fans! Peter Facinelli’s next movie will film in Bogota this month. The Hollywood Reporter has the exclusive:
Peter Facinelli will star in Gallows Hill, a supernatural horror movie to be directed by Victor Garcia. Sophia Myles (Underworld) and Nathalia Ramos (Nickelodeon’s House of Anubis) are also in the movie. The story follows an American (Facinelli), widowed from his Colombia-born wife, who flies to Bogota with his new fiancée (Myles) to retrieve his rebellious teenage daughter Jill (Ramos). After a car accident leaves them stranded in a rundown isolated inn, they discover the old innkeeper has locked a young girl in the basement and their decision to set her free has unintended consequences. D’Ovidio and
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Higgins wrote the story. Shooting is due to being this month in Bogota, the capital of Colombia.

The movie was written by Richard D’Ovidio who wrote Thirteen Ghosts.

Gallery Update: Cast at the VMAs 2012, Red Carpet and Stage

Sunday, September 9th, 2012

It’s sad to think this was the last time we had the cast together introducing the very last Twilight trailer at an MTV Awards show. Even sadder when we consider that most of them couldn’t be there together due to

previous engagements. Still, we’re thankful to those who made it (and they all looked great, by the way). >> Click here to see all the HQ pictures from Thursday night. Source: Fashionscansremastered, pattinsonlife. And here are some screencaps of Taylor and Peter watching the show taken by us.

The Twilight Cast Talks About Meeting Each Other for The First Time

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012

MTV caught up with the cast at Comic-Con and shared a video of them talking about meeting each other for the first time, and what their first impressions were.

Exclusive Fan Site Interview: Elizabeth Reaser, Peter Facinelli and Nikki Reed

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012

After interviewing the lovely Mackenzie Foy, I had the chance to talk to one half of the Cullen family next along with the other fan sites. On this portion we were talking to Peter Facinelli, Elizabeth Reaser and Nikki Reed. Nikki and Elizabeth walked in first, followed by Peter, who as he looked at the fan site ladies sitting down for the interview he said, “It’s the Church of Twilight! I am your Minister”.

After a few more jokes we knew it would be a fun interview. Please enjoy.

Q: How difficult was it for you, as your characters, to work with Kristen as a vampire, as opposed to working with her as a human being?
Elizabeth Reaser: I mean, I think it was a lot of fun. There’s a scene where she almost kills Taylor. And I believed in the moment that she was strong enough. She really was so committed, whether she was a vampire, vampire Bella, which is completely different, and she was scary, she was a real force.
Peter Facinelli: It’s like a whole different person. It was kinda cool. She’s grown to be so mature, and confident and strong. Really, it was like dealing with a different person altogether. Like, Bella is usually weak and frail. Not weak. But frail as far, you know, a vampire looking at her, and we always felt the need to protect her, and I didn’t feel the need to do that. I felt like this was a woman who could hold her own.
Elizabeth: She could kill us.
Peter: She was stronger than us.

Q: But then was it weird for you? Because one day she would be vampire Bella, and then the next day she’d be back to being human Bella. Because you were filming both films simultaneously? Was that odd?
Nikki Reed:
Yeah, and not just human Bella; like human Bella falling…
Elizabeth: apart? (everyone laughs)

Q: And then the next day she was beautiful vampire Bella…
That was bizarre.
Elizabeth: Yeah it was weird to see her disfigured like that because it looked so real. It came out great.
Nikki: The last one, Part 1 and 2, that was the only time when my character and Bella actually wanted to interact and have some friendliness and a smile here and there…

Q: Fighting for the same cause.
Exactly. The dynamic was very different.

Q: Nikki, you made reference earlier in the panel that you’ve kind of grown up together on the set, and we asked Mackenzie this, and I thought it would be fun to ask you, especially with Peter and Elizabeth sitting here. What did you learn growing up (on set) from the other actors that you worked with? I feel like this is something where you benefit from each other, I’m sure.
Um, I think it would be impossible to go through every single one (actor) and come with the most genuine answer because there’s so many people, and certainly from working with these guys sitting next to me, and say, Billy Burke, and Michael Sheen. You guys (gestures to Peter and Elizabeth) have a body of work that I really admire. I mean, I remember seeing (Elizabeth’s) Sweet Land and saying “I can’t believe she wasn’t nominated for an Oscar!” So I think getting to work with people like that, you really try to absorb something from it. I look up to these guys, and they also have a great work ethic as well. I think it’s really important when there’s a bunch of us working together to have one person who makes sure that nobody falls off the train, you know what I mean? And keep it together and actually keep each other in line too. It’s been a journey. I mean, it’s been four and a half years, and we’ve all grown a lot. It’s so sad.

Q: And to flip it, is there something that Elizabeth and Peter learned from the younger cast members?
I taught her (Elizabeth) how to cook.
Elizabeth: That’s true! I never cooked before in my life, and now I actually make rice and some vegetables.
Nikki: She cooked meals for me.
(Elizabeth shakes her head)
Nikki: You did!
Elizabeth: I was not at the level that you were at, but just even that I would go to the store and buy vegetables and actually bring them home and cook them. None of that ever happened until I met Nikki Reed. But truthfully though, in terms of the work I feel like I was stealing from everyone. I mean, I think Nikki has a commitment when she’s in a scene, and she brings such an energy into the scene, it is unlike anyone else onscreen. And it’s something that is so specific to her. What she did with Rosalie and her creativity, and the way she thinks about the scene and her character, she puts a lot of work into it. And as far as… I’m thinking of the people sitting here, with Peter I’m always listening to the way he talks about these characters, and sort of like stealing his theories, because, again, he’s someone who I really admire, and being in a scene with him, you really can’t half-ass this, you really have to show up and you do the best job that you can, especially because, like Nikki said, we are a team. And you cannot let your team down.
Peter: I think that age doesn’t really matter to me, when you’re working with people that are talented you get inspired. Whether they were younger or older, you do look to the people that you work with and they inspire you in different ways. I totally was inspired by the people in this room, and with the other actors that I work with.

Q: So to take it one step further, have you learned anything from your character that surprised you?
I always say I put a little bit of myself in every character, but I also take a little bit from the character and I walk away with it after I play it. With Carlisle, I think he taught me a lot of patience.
Elizabeth: That is his superpower.
Peter: No. It’s compassion.

Compassion! There you go.
Peter: That’s (patience) his secondary superpower.

Peter is schooling us in Twilight today…
Peter: He has a lot of patience. He has a lot of wisdom, and he thinks things through and I’ve always admired that in him, and even with my own kids, because Carlisle to me is like the perfect father figure. I always looked at him with my kids, and I learned patience with him.

Q: To the fans, your hair from movie to movie to movie, everyone is always really excited to see the changes, and sometimes not so excited to see the changes.
Why did you look at me? (laughs)

You know the moments the fans get the promo head shots were like “Oh!” Is there a certain movie that made you think “Wow, I look hot!”?
Nikki: No.
(everyone laughs)
Nikki:  I had some real moments with Peter about this. I was like, “Just be honest”.
Peter: I think you looked good in Eclipse.
Nikki: You did?
Peter: I did. 
Nikki: Thanks.
Elizabeth: Yeah, I think that was my favorite wig. That was the best, when you got to dye. That looked great.
Nikki:  I wanted to go with that one and someone else came in and said, “No.” I was a little disappointed, but you always put your faith into the other creative directors there and you believe that they are going to do what’s best.  It is really bizarre… I don’t know about you guys (to Peter and Elizabeth) but my process as an actor is that I try not to obsess over what I’m going to look like, I mean I do(laughs) but it’s not the focal point, you know? That was such a priority I feel like for a lot of us in these movies, it was like “What do we look like?” It’s not always what we should look like or what we think we can look like.  
Elizabeth:  My approach was to always try to simply it. Less of everything – less hair, less make-up, less lashes, less artifice as much as possible. But it was tricky because I had a wig, then I had to dyed hair, then I had brown hair, then I had really dark hair, then I had some highlights…I  still don’t know what my hair was supposed to be. I would love to hear what Stephenie Meyer thinks about that. But that’s the weird thing about movies, you know? Sometimes it just gets out of control. There’s so many people!
Nikki: So many people!
Elizabeth: And the next thing you know…you got a thing on your head.
Peter:  It’s not your job as an actor… (makes weird hand gestures around his head). There’s a hair person – that is their job (everyone laughs). My job is to bring the character to life; their job is to watch out for your hair. So you’re in constant battles with that person, because you’re, like, “I wanna look good”. They’re trying to make you look a certain way, and I’m like… at a certain point you have to be like, “Ok, that’s their job and you have to let them do their job”. There were times when I looked in the mirror and I looked like a cross between a ‘Ken doll’ and Ronald McDonald.
Nikki: Is that because of what I said that time?
Peter: You might’ve put that in my mind.
Nikki: But you know what? I think it’s fair to say that we switched department heads for hair and make-up for every single film. Which is a really hard thing to do to actors because every time we came in we had a new person with a new vision.
Peter: A new person we had to trust.
Elizabeth: And they had a lot of challenges.
Nikki: Yeah.
Peter:… and they wanted to always fix the one before, you know, or put a new stamp on what they were doing.

Q: Do you have a personal favorite?
I like the hair in Twilight because that was my hair and I dyed it. If I had to choose wigs, which was 2, 3, 4, 5…

Not 4 or 5 (everyone laughs)
Peter: There were moments in 4 and 5…

What moments? (everyone laughs)
This is a sensitive subject for Peter and I because we’re the ones that sit down in front of people and had people go like, “God, you guys actually are really good looking!” That’s what people say the most about us.
Peter: In Eclipse it wasn’t so bad, I mean it was a little short but if I had to pick I guess I would go with Eclipse. I would go with Twilight.

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iPhone Snapshots Of Twilight at Comic-Con

Friday, July 20th, 2012


I have so many good snaphots on my phone of last week’s Comic-Con that I feel like a little post is in order. I originally shared this pictures on our Twitter feed @TwilightPoison, live as they happened but if you missed them or if you don’t have a Twitter (you should, because you can see our live updates as soon as they get posted) here they are!

Note: These you can re-post on blogs. Just please link back if you do.

I flew to Comic-Con last week to cover the Twilight panel, press conferences and a few round table interviews with the cast. This is only my second Comic-Con ever, and the second time I’m invited to cover the Twilight promo events in San Diego. Needless to say, I had an amazing time and I really enjoyed seeing the cast together in Comic-Con for the very last time. Bittersweet feelings altogether, I still can’t believe it’s almost over! Can you?

Let’s start from the very beginning. On Wednesday night the cast greeted the fans waiting in Hall H for the Twilight panel the next morning. Twilight had never done anything like this before and even Stephenie Meyer popped up!


See my pictures after the jump.


Twilight’s Peter Facinelli from the Premiere: “There’s enough love for everybody!”

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

Peter Facinelli was at The Hunger Games world premiere on Monday, and he shared his thoughts on the Twilight comparisons with the new franchise:

“There’s enough love to go around for everybody. You got Harry Potter fans, Twilight fans, Hunger Games fans… let’s all just get along and spread the love!

Wise words, Peter.

Via: HungerTimes.

Speaking of Peter, we rarely comment on the cast’s personal lives unless it’s something they’re personally sharing with the public, so here’s Peter and Jennie’s joint statement following their divorce, which was announced on Tuesday:

“While we have decided to end our marriage, we both share the same deep love and devotion to our children. We remain dedicated to raising our beautiful daughters together. We ask for privacy and respect during this time.”

Source: GossipCop.

Video: Peter Facinelli on The Today Show

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012