Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Filming for Eclipse, the third installment in the Twilight Saga is almost complete, but have you forgotten about New Moon? Neither did we! The sequel to Twilight introduces fans to the royal vampire family, the Volturi, and we joined New Moon star Justine Wachsberger at a photo shoot were she exclusively told RadarOnline.com about her role as Gianna in the movie. However, we don’t have any spoilers for you since Justine hasn’t seen the movie yet. “I can’t reveal my scene, but it’s pretty true to the book, they didn’t really change anything,” she told us as she had her hair and makeup done for a glamorous photo shoot.
For fans who are just getting to know the French born beauty, she gave a glimmer of hope that she might be back, despite Stephenie Meyer revealing that she did die. “I’m hoping they’ll bring me back in Breaking Dawn to see me die,” Justine said. Stephenie was on set while Justine was filming and even paid her a huge compliment. “She told me, oh you look so pretty,” Justine told RadarOnline.com
Justine is in a pivotal scene in the movie with Rob Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, and she told us that having Rob go from his real British accent to his faux American accent wasn’t difficult on the set. “I like him with his British accent,” she said. So does everyone else, including his co-star and rumored love interest Kristen Stewart. “She was actually really funny,” Justine told us about working with Kristen, who she said was one of her favorite people on set. “She does have that side to her where she’s kind of shy, but at the same time she’s pretty funny.”
While some of the cast have become recognizable household names, that recognition hasn’t happened quite yet for Justine. The first day she went to the set she told us she had a problem with security. “They thought I was a fan,” she said. “Security arrived all around and said this is a closed set, you can’t be on set.” Luckily for her she was able to convince them she was in fact in the movie, and was able to start work!
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