Anna Kendrick compares filming of “Twilight” to surviving a “hostage situation”

“Pitch Perfect” star Interviewed at Vanity Fair for an interview about her role as Jessica Stanley in the 2008 film based on Stephenie Meyer’s novel of the same name.

Kendrick, who appeared in four franchise films, recalled “how he was so cold and miserable” while filming his first film in Portland, Oregon.

“I just remember my Converse being completely soaked and feeling like,‘ You know, this is a really great group of people and I’m sure we’d be friends at different times, but I want to kill everyone, ”she said with a laugh. “Even though it was a kind of connection. There was something about it, like going through some kind of trauma, like imagining people surviving like a hostage situation and being kind of tied to life.”

Fun time considering the actress said she pretty much went to the audition, which was blowing and she thought it would be an opportunity for the casting host to consider her for future roles.

The first “Twilight”, of course, was a massive hit. Kendrick said that luckily there was a better time during the filming of the second film from the “Twilight Saga: New Moon” franchise, which was released in 2009.

In 2010, “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” her character gave an unforgettable graduation speech on valedictory.

Kendrick said many people praised her for being spoken out of speech, but she said she could not take credit.

“The thing that happens is what you look at [co-star] Kristen Stewart’s reaction to that speech and it’s the thing that drives you, “Kendrick said.” Because I was like ‘I’m fine’, but I was kind of like ‘I don’t know how to read a speech’ and then Kristen cuts it. She’s so young because she’s so talented. People like, “That speech is so amazing,” and I’m like, “No, just her, she’s great.”

Kendrick is currently a star in series “Love Life” about HBO Max.
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