The sun’s going down on the “Twilight” saga, but Cullen vampires Peter Facinelli, Nikki Reed and Elisabeth Reaser are ready to bask in the final glow before darkness falls.
The trio of actors had gathered with their many co-stars in San Diego for Comic-Con, on hand to tease their faithful legion of “Twi-hards” with snippets from “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2,” the final installment in the saga adapted from Stephanie Meyer’s teen-lit phenom, and they even made a dusk appearance the night before their panel to give a thrill to the hundreds of devoted fans waiting overnight in line to glimpse them onstage. After their final trip to the Hall H stage, PopcornBiz sat down with Facinelli, Reaser and Reed to hear their thoughts about their waning days in the “Twilight” spotlight.
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This week, the cast of Twilight celebrated its final Comic-Con with a bittersweet preview/panel event comprising a seven-minute sneak peek of Breaking Dawn—Part 2, an emotional Kristen Stewart, and an appropriate level of fan fervor for the last film adapted from the Stephenie Meyers vampire franchise. Just hours after the 6,500-person audience dispersed back onto the San Diego Convention Center’s main floor, Peter Facinelli—who has played Carlisle Cullens, Robert Pattinson’s 372-year-old onscreen father in the past four films—sat down with us to discuss the possibility of a Breaking Dawn follow-up, what he thought Edward and Bella should have named their baby had it been a boy, and his plans post-Twilight.
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Nikki Reed, Peter Facinelli and Elizabeth Reaser answer fan questions during Comic-Con.”
The Twilight Saga” is a series largely fueled by fan support, and one of our favorite parts of interviewing the stars is bringing them your questions. During our live stream at San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday, we sat down with Peter Facinelli, Elizabeth Reaser and Nikki Reed to talk all things “Breaking Dawn,” but we made sure to take some time out to ask them some of the questions you guys sent via Twitter.
Fortunately, the fans have thought enough about the series that they have some really interesting questions. One of our favorites was when one Twitter user asked Reaser, Facinelli and Reed at what moment they knew “Twilight” was going to be a hit, and appropriately, it was a bit full-circle for them. Though none of those three were here for the first “Twilight” Comic-Con panel in 2008, Reed said it was at that moment that it hit her how big “Twilight” was. To view the whole article, click here.