Actress Anna Kendrick is on the way to spill some tea about being part of the mega-hit Twilight franchise. Not mentioni...
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Actress Anna Kendrick is on the way to spill some tea about being part of the mega-hit Twilight franchise. Not mentioning the chance she's got to get cats in the original film, turned out when she did she was absolutely miserable. During a Vanity Fair's new video interview, she suddenly gave out her unexpected comments.
The original Twilight was made in 2008 and gained worldwide popularity. The movie's success has started a new trend of fictional-novel remaking and more than that, a bright future for all the actors and actresses starring in.
However, according to Anna Kendrick, her experience filming Twilight was like a traumatic "bonding event" among the cast, pretty similar to "people who survive a hostage situation." Some might say the rainy weather in Oregon made be part of the reasons affected the actress's major feelings.
“The first movie we filmed in Portland, Oregon, and I just remember being so cold and miserable,” Anna revealed.
“And I just remember my Converse being completely soaked through and feeling like, ‘You know, this is a really great group of people and I’m sure that we would be friends at a different time, but I want to murder everyone,'” she spilled.
“Although, it was also kind of bonding. There was something about it, like if you go through some traumatic event. Like you imagine people who survive a hostage situation, and you’re kind of bonded for life,” Anna laughed, adding her trademark sense of humor.
Fortunately, the rest of Anna’s Twilight experiences weren’t so traumatic. “The second movie, for whatever reason the weather wasn’t quite as intense and I think that’s sort of where we all got to know each other a little bit better,” Anna said of her cast-mates.
Anna Kendrick added about the actual finale, Breaking Dawn Part 2, “You’re in like half-frozen mud in what was the final scene of filming for everybody. I get to come in and work for a week or two and everybody else has been giving their blood, sweat and tears to the project for months. I show up at the end and I’m like ‘Guys, we did it! It's over!'” , she said, raising her hands in the air in triumph.