Video: Peter Facinelli and Liz Reaser on Ellen

We somehow missed posting this video between travel and conventions and storm damage! To all the Carlisle/Esme fans out there, this one is for you!

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Video: Nikki Reed and Liz Reaser Talk Wig Drama & Possible Reboot

Video: Liz Reaser and Peter Facinelli Talk Epic Battle Scene

Welcome Liz Reaser to Twitter!

We’ve seen quite a bit of action on twitter this week in the Twi-World. Now we’re adding one more member of the Cullen family to our official list: Elizabeth Reaser! You can follow her @reasereaser.  Even though she isn’t fully verified by twitter, the news came from Peter Facinelli himself.  Given how prolific Peter is on twitter and how close he is with Liz, I can’t see that he would be pulling our leg!  


Video: Ashley Greene, Nikki Reed & Elizabeth Reaser’s Emotional Last Day Of Filming For Breaking Dawn

Access Hollywood is just now releasing some footage shot at Comic Con. Here’s what the ladies had to say.

Momma Will Take You Down and Other Twilight Tag Lines

MTV asked Kellan Lutz, Peter Facinelli, and Kellan Lutz what their character’s tag line would be.

Peter Facinelli, Liz Reaser, Nikki Reed Talk Twilight Highs and Lows With NBC

Did you ever have those moments like, ‘What the hell did I get myself into?’ Like, ‘This is way bigger than I ever imagined when I signed that contract.’

Facinelli: I think none of us knew that it was going to be this big. But speaking for myself, I was very appreciative that it became this big. To be part of something that becomes a global phenomenon is rare. As an actor, you’ll have things that certain people attach themselves to and appreciate, but that’s something that’s seen on such a global scale. It’s really like a cultural phenomenon. I hope to have that again in a movie in my career. As an actor I do movies because I want them to be seen by the masses. And this is as mass as you can get.

Reed: Yeah, and there’s definitely frustrations and challenges that are part of it. I mean, that’s life, right? It’s not ever perfect. But I think when I have moments where I feel like overwhelmed by a certain scenario or, for example, there’s a paparazzi chasing me or something like that and you’re like ‘What? What has my life become? This is not who I am. This doesn’t represent me.’ But then you have to sort of remember that, like I said, these things will come and go. And they’re sort of high-class problems, which is great. And it’s going to go away.

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Video: THR Interviews the Cullens

THR sat down with the entire Cullen Clan: Peter Facinelli, Elizabeth Reaser, Nikki Reed, Jackson Rathbone, Kellan Lutz, Ashley Greene.

See Elizabeth Reaser Off-Broadway in How I Learned to Drive

Elizabeth Reaser will be appearing in a limited engagement Off-Broadway play called How I Learned To Drive.  Her co-star is Norbert Leo Butz who won the Tony for Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and was the original Fiyero in Wicked.

By Paula Vogel

Directed by Kate Whoriskey

With Norbert Leo Butz & Elizabeth Reaser

2econd Stage Theatre- 305 West 43rd Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues)

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE explores the complex relationship between

Li’l Bit (Elizabeth Reaser) and her Uncle Peck (Norbert Leo Butz), as a series of driving lessons progresses from innocence to something much darker.  Told with surprising wit, Paula Vogel’s acclaimed play is returning to New York City for the first time since its world premiere 15 years ago.

LIMITED ENGAGEMENT! January 24 – March 11 ONLY!

Performance Schedule:*

Tuesdays 7pm | Wednesdays 2pm (beginning February 1)| Wednesdays 8pm |

Thursdays 8pm| Fridays 8pm| Saturdays 2pm & 8pm| Sundays 3pm

*Special 2pm & 7pm performances on Sunday 1/29

Evening performances Wednesday 2/22, Thursday 2/23 & Friday 2/24 at 7pm

No performance on Tuesday 2/14

$49.50 tickets (reg. $75)*

Three Easy Ways to Buy:

ONLINE:  Visit and enter code PEKO

PHONE: Call 212.246.4422 and mention code PEKO

IN PERSON: Bring a printout of this offer to the 2econd Stage Theatre box office- 305 West 43rd Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues)

**$30 Youth Advance and $18 Student Rush tickets are also available for purchase at the box office.


*Offer valid through 2/12. Blackout dates may apply. All sales are final. Regular service fees apply. $4 processing fee is added to internet orders and $2 for Box Office orders.  All artists/schedules subject to change without notice.  

**One student rush/youth advance ticket per valid ID, full time high school or college students and age 30 & under.

NBC New York Interviews Elizabeth Reaser: On Kristen Stewart, Peter Facinelli, and Esme

Elizabeth Reaser isn’t in a ton of interviews interviews. It’s even more rare for her to give a Twilight interview without other cast members by her side. DO NOT MISS this one!

POPCORNBIZ: In some ways this role could be a thankless task, considering it’s such a big ensemble cast. What are the thanks that you get from playing this part?

ELIZABETH REASER: Well, I sort of grew up in the school of a supporting role is what that means: to support the other characters, to support the story. That to me is not a thankless role, especially in working on these last two. I had more to do. I had fun. I think that [director] Bill [Condon] was very interested in as much Esme’s take on things. He was more interested in having Esme be the matriarch that she is. I found that interesting psychologically. So I can always kind of keep myself going even when there’s probably not a whole lot that ends up onscreen. But for me, it’s interesting because I think the character is interesting, even independent of what story is actually being told. The story is not about Esme. It’s not about us. It’s about my son and the girl that he wants to marry, and that’s interesting to me.

The family feel comes across in this one. As a cast, you guys are a family of sorts at this point, doing all these movies and press tours together. How bonded are you with everyone?

It’s interesting. I think we’re bonded in a way that’s unusual and will be lifelong, in a way, but we’re also a family in the sense that we’re not all meant to be friends. We’re a family, which is different than being friends. There are things that we’ve experienced as a group that no one else has, and that are so singular. I think that’s really cool, and that’s one thing that I’ll really miss about doing these movies, that sense of family because you can’t really create that other than on a film set in this way and to do it over and over again. Usually you never work with someone more than once. Rarely do you, so that’s a nice thing.

Is there someone in the cast that you’ve bonded with in a surprising way, someone that you wouldn’t have seen that with in the beginning?

I think there are a few, actually. There are just people that I never would’ve met, from an age difference even. I think that Kristen [Stewart] is such a doll. She and I would’ve never met or have known each other. I think she’s just so funny and sweet. Then Peter [Facinelli], actually. We’ve been playing husband and wife for years now. I think in these last two movies I got closer with him than ever. I found him to be the most hilarious, most vulnerable, sweet, brilliant person. I feel like it took me years. I always adored him. I always really liked him and have loved working with him, but just in these last two movies I’ve really sort of fallen in love with him. It was such a great thing to be playing opposite someone that you feel that way about.

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