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There's all this danger going on in Italy, and Edward is thinking about killing himself — it's very, very, very different from the first one. "Eclipse" is just crazy action and danger and vampires — and newborn vampires that are the most dangerous, powerful vampires of all. And then she gets a paper cut, and it's really dangerous for her to get a paper cut at our house. Actually, I like this girl who joined the ["Eclipse"] cast, [article id="1617628"]Jodelle [Ferland][/article]; she's playing Bree. In "New Moon," this guy [article id="1622125"]Michael Sheen[/article] has joined our cast, and he is fantastic.

MTV: Who is your favorite new character that has joined the cast for the sequels? He plays one of the Volturi, and those are great scenes in Italy with all the Volturi — they're just these total badass vampires. MTV: As the "Saga" continues filming, do you feel like you're growing into your character more or less? MTV: What would it mean to you if you saw someone dressed as Esme?

The first one is a vampire romance, a crazy love affair.

It's interesting to me that I get cast as mothers and really maternal, sweet, nice people. Maybe I have a vulnerability or something; maybe that's what it is. I'm sure I could borrow one from her if I wanted to. MTV: Vampires are one of the biggest costumes this Halloween, and there will be a lot of people dressed up as the "Twilight" characters this weekend. MTV: Finally, what in your opinion is the secret behind the success of the "Twilight Saga"?MTV: What is the biggest difference, in your opinion, between the three "Twilight" books that are currently being filmed as the "Saga"?Elizabeth Reaser: Oh, well, all three films are completely different.In the second one, obviously Bella is left behind, and her and Taylor [Lautner]'s character, Jacob, sort of fall in love — or do they? They're sort of falling in love, and it's an interesting love affair, because she's still in love with Edward, and she's devastated and heartbroken, and he's [gone.And she's devastated, and she's doing all of this risky stuff, and it's really a heartbreaking movie. There are great scenes with Taylor and Kristen [Stewart]. I also love] the birthday-party scene, because it's all the Cullens, and it's Bella's birthday, and Alice threw together this big party for her.

It's interesting to me that I get cast as mothers and really maternal, sweet, nice people. Maybe I have a vulnerability or something; maybe that's what it is. I'm sure I could borrow one from her if I wanted to. MTV: Vampires are one of the biggest costumes this Halloween, and there will be a lot of people dressed up as the "Twilight" characters this weekend. MTV: Finally, what in your opinion is the secret behind the success of the "Twilight Saga"?MTV: What is the biggest difference, in your opinion, between the three "Twilight" books that are currently being filmed as the "Saga"?Elizabeth Reaser: Oh, well, all three films are completely different.In the second one, obviously Bella is left behind, and her and Taylor [Lautner]'s character, Jacob, sort of fall in love — or do they? They're sort of falling in love, and it's an interesting love affair, because she's still in love with Edward, and she's devastated and heartbroken, and he's [gone.And she's devastated, and she's doing all of this risky stuff, and it's really a heartbreaking movie. There are great scenes with Taylor and Kristen [Stewart]. I also love] the birthday-party scene, because it's all the Cullens, and it's Bella's birthday, and Alice threw together this big party for her.But other than that, I don't relate to this type of character. Reaser: Well, I think the success of the "Saga" is the books.