Mar 31,2011

Jodelle Ferland Talks about Twilight and the Future

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In an interview with Movie Mazzupial, Jodelle talks about working in ‘Eclipse, her future projects, working with the cast, and more.

MM: (Laughs) Okay, thanks, that makes me feel a bit better. Now, straight to it; tell me about your experience working on Eclipse. That set that shoot must have been incredible?

JK: It was absolutely amazing, I was so shocked when I found out I got the part. Oh my gosh, I couldn’t believe I got to be a part of this amazing series of movies. On set it was so unreal seeing all the actors who you forget are real people because you’re so used to seeing them on posters and in magazines everyday. But they were all such nice people and so down to Earth.

MM: Once you got the role of Bree, did you have any idea just how coveted that character was and how much people wanted to be a part of the film?

JK: Wow, if everybody wanted it as badly as I did then a lot of people were disappointed. I wanted it pretty badly and honestly, I didn’t think I would get it. I try not get my hopes up, especially for something as big at that. Only the first movie had come out at that point (when I got the part) and I had just finished reading the last book and thought they were amazing, Stephenie Meyer is great writer.

MM: Well, Stephenie wrote a whole book about your character too. How exciting was that for you, to have a whole story about Bree?

JK: I was amazed Stephenie had actually written a book all about my character. Of all the people in the saga she choose Bree. I’m a huge reader, I love books and I read everything. I got to be one of the first people to read the book and I was reading it on set as we were filming.

Read the full interview HERE!

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