Nikki Reed Talks To Vanity Fair

 

In more from the “conversation” articles with the cast of New Mooon, Vanity Fair has a feature with Nikki Reed today. Nikki talks about how shooting New Moon and the difference between Chris Weitz and David Slade. Read more below:

How did filming New Moon differ from Twilight?We were all friends when we headed up to Vancouver to shoot New Moon. There was an obvious closeness that became apparent towards the end of Twilight.

 

Did anything change in the way that you interact as a cast from one film to the other?

Yeah, we used to have a lot of group dinners.

Do you or the Cullen actors have a ritual or anything you do to prepare or rev you up before shooting a scene?

We don’t really have a “getting into character ritual,” unless you count constant joking around and chaos.

Rosalie’s part continues to grow with each film. What scenes—out of the three films thus far—have been your favorites to shoot and why?

I just wrapped Eclipse yesterday and the last scene we shot is probably my favorite thus far. I finally got to tell my story, in a very gentle yet elaborate way.

What was it like working with Chris Weitz on New Moon and David Slade on Eclipse?

It’s challenging because all of the directors have a different perspective and a different approach. It was great working with David because he really took the time to sit down with me and go over every moment. Chris is an amazing man, but unfortunately we didn’t have that much to do together as the Cullens are only in a few scenes inNew Moon. David is quite a character and tons of fun to work with. Both men had a very strong vision, which is essential.

Read the full interview with Nikki here.

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