As noted yesterday, a few stars of the Twilight series are at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah promoting their films – including Elizabeth Reaser (“Esme Cullen”) for Homework and Charlie Bewley (“Demetri”) for Like Crazy.
While at the event, both of them took time to speak to reporters about their on-going work on The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
“Breaking Dawn is such a big big huge movie. Every time I show up on set I’m just blown away,” Reaser told PopSugar in the attached video interview (fast forward to the 1:25 mark). Reaser went on to discuss her opinion on Mackenzie Foy and Kristen Stewart in the film with MTV News as well (also attached):
“[Mackenzie’s] actually my vampire grandchild . . . this is far too quick. No, she’s wonderful. She lives across the hall from me in Baton Rouge, and she’s a wonderful, great actress. She never complains about anything, and she’s so professional. And she’s such a sweetheart . . . I think it was really well cast between [Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart.] She could be their kid. You know? She looks like that.”
“[Kristen Stewart] scared me a little bit on Thursday, I’ll be honest with you. Cause you know when vampires are newborns, they’re stronger than any other vampires, and for a second there, I thought, this might not end well. She’s looking pretty pissed right now. It was great.”
Charlie Bewley, meanwhile, spoke to E! Online about the Breaking Dawn lovechild Renesmee, joking “I imagine if Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart had a kid it’d be like this grungy…awkward and shy kind of thing.” He later admitted that the real actress selected to portray the character, Foy, “[is] a little ball of energy that one.”
Photos of Reaser and Bewley at Sundance are also attached.
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