Friday, December 30, 2011
|Charlie, Ashley and Daniel|
The fourth installment of the Twilight saga, Breaking Dawn: Part 1, hit theaters on Nov. 16 and the money its grossing doesn't seem to be stopping anytime soon. The franchise is doing better than ever and its not even the end yet. So don't you worry trihards. Ology got the chance to chat with actor Daniel Cudmore recently, who plays Felix in the films. He began working on New Moon and will be featured a lot more in Part II when it comes out in 2012. Some of his other credits include playing Colossus in X-Men and acting in the highly anticipated The Baytown Disco. has turned into a vampire and there's so much more action to look forward to. Especially when it comes to the Volturi.
Daniel was great to talk to because he seemed very appreciative of the opportunity he was given with these films. He detailed on everything from his audition process, how the cast celebrated 's birthday in Vancouver, what his favorite moments on the film were and what the last day on set was like. I mean really, he was the complete opposite of his character on screen. But that was to be expected.
Read more after the break!
The Guardian has posted about the huge 'Harry Potter' and 'Twilight' Franchises finally coming to a close in 2012, and have previewed what Rob, Taylor and Kristen have coming up next!
The final Twilight instalment Breaking Dawn: Part 2 screens in November. In the meantime, Stewart's big vehicle is Snow White and the Huntsman (released 1 June), an action-movie twist on the traditional tale (not a million miles away from the retooled gothic of Twilight). Lautner – the series' beefcake – is gunning for similar status, even if last September's Abduction was a flop; he's used his Twilight cash to sign up Gus Van Sant, for an as-yet secret project.
Arguably, it's Pattinson who looks to be making the most interesting moves. At 25, he's the oldest, and cut his teeth as Cedric Diggory in the Potter films. In the past he has demonstrated a literary/artistic bent (he played Salvador Dalí in his last pre-Twilight film, Little Ashes), and he's going down that road again next year, with Bel Ami (released 2 March), an adaptation of the Maupassant novel. Later in the year we should be getting Cosmopolis, another literary adaptation (of Don DeLillo's 2003 novel), which has Pattinson as a mega-rich asset manager stuck in a limo for 24 hours. The director is David Cronenberg, so chances are this will be pretty special.
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