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LatinoBuzz: Valentine's Day

Valentines Day! If you are a fan of Nicholas Sparks' godawful movies , chances are you are loving today! You probably think sitting in a champagne shaped glass jacuzzi in the Poconos is romantic (It is anything but). There are people (usually men) who avoid it like the bubonic plague. Anything to get out of buying horrible chocolates last minute or scrambling to make a reservation. The teddy bear with the heart you got her from Rite Aid will let most women know that you truly don't know a thing about her, so the evening will be ruined anyway. And then there are hopeless romantics who live for this hallmark holiday (usually women). You can't wait to have your co-workers ask you what sad sack thing your lover did for you. Being that LatinoBuzz is for lovers we rounded up some of our fave Latino actors to share which characters they are akin to and their most epic wins and fails!

If I could choose any character in any movie that reflects my dating life, as cheesy as this sounds, it would have to be Drew Barrymore from the movie "Going The Distance". Her character and I are a couple of crazy hopeless romantics. I was in a long distance relationship with my boyfriend for a year up until last month, it was sooo hard at times but worth the wait. He finally took the plunge and moved to Los Angeles! A new beginning :). Soooo a few years back I had a huge crush on this one guy, and we went out one night to a karaoke bar with his friends. I wanted to stand out to him so I decided (after a couple of shots of whiskey lol) to jump on stage and sing my heart out! I sang "Girl Put Your Records On" by Corinne Bailey Rae. I actually sounded pretty damn good! I surprised myself and definitely impressed the guy I liked. I'd say I won that night :) Andrea Sixtos (East Los High)

When I was a little girl I was so shameless and passionate that I didn't care what other people thought of me. I was in love with this guy "Jose" and I used to chase him in kindergarden. I would always tell him that I loved him and that he was supposed to be with me, and even share my lunch with him... I remember that our conversations were always the same... I would say "Jose, who is the prettiest girl in the world?" (hoping that he would say: You!) and he always answered "My sister!" (he had a 6 month new sister). The best part was that I didn't care! I knew that he would realized that it was me. Well... years after I ran in to him as I was going to my ballet classes... he was short, fat and bald.

But the most Epic fail was years later when I was a teenager (not as shameless as I used to be), I had a boyfriend and wanted to tell him that I love him, so I composed a song... and thought for a week if I should sing it for him. I decided to do it... as he heard it, he blushed, told me - thank you - and we never talked about it again... I guess he didn´t like it... But, despite that we were together for 2 more years, happy ending! Francisca Walker (El Verano De Los Peces Voladores)

Although it was originally a musical, I would say that I am a less narcissistic version of Maureen from Rent. We're similar in the way that we are both open spirits, artists, we're strong, passionate, monogamists (considered by some to be serial-daters)... really when it gets down to it we want to be in love, but we won't sacrifice who we are... in other words "take me baby, or leave me." ;) Noemi Gonzalez (Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones)

In the Notebook. Too many men, which to choose, love or stability lol. Most Epic fail was trying to give an ex Mexican candies to win him back, his niece got to them before he even saw it. Should have left a card... Gina Rodriguez (Sleeping With The Fishes)

Well, the night I kissed my current girlfriend for the first time, I apparently farted. I was holding her hand and walking her back to her car. I had a couple drinks that night and don't remember this, but she swears by it! It must've worked because we've been together for nearly 4 years! I think that should be the test: fart around the person. Depending on how they react, one could decide whether she is a keeper or not. She didn't mind it too much, so I guess she was a keeper, and vice versa! She just also happens to be the most loving and accepting person I've ever met, so... :) Jorge Diaz (33)

I think my dating life is like Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and The City. She casually dates but when she's in a relationship, she's In a relationship. Plus she ends up with Mr.Big! Who wouldn't want to end up with their one true love!?!?! Chelsea Rendon (McFarland)

My Junior year in High School our English Literature teacher had us move desks around every couple of months to mix things up. From the classic row and column formation, to a giant inward facing circle and back again. We would physically get up and push our desks, which blanketed the room in cacophony for about 5 minutes. I had a crush on a boy in class and though I'm not sure where I got the gall, I slammed my hands down on his desk and shoved it up against him so he was pinned in his seat. The look on his face was priceless and in that moment I, too, was a little shocked (and stoked) by my prowess. Though I didn't say a word to him that day, he ended up being my first boyfriend. I have some epic fails too but we can save those for another day. Alexandra Metz (Once Upon A Time)

I would have to say the character that most represents my dating life is Jane from 27 Dresses. I've witnessed so many of my family members and friends tie the knot in just the last few years. If I had a dime for every one I might be able to buy a coffee. Regular of course, nothing fancy. Seriously though, I love the meaning of marriage and weddings. I think everything about them is so beautiful. I'm a sucker for romance and a great love story. As for myself, I don't really date. I'm always helping and taking care of other people that I tend to forget about myself. Similar to Jane, who puts everyone else first and thinks she has no time for herself. Janine Larina (East Los High)

Oh, son. Let me tell ya, I have a very Very epic fail to share. I was at a house party in college, wearing heels, and dressed to impress a certain cutie that lived at the house we were at. It was my first time ever meeting him, and as I sashayed down the stairs my heel got caught in a tear in the carpet and I went flying down the stairs Face First! I landed flat on my face at the bottom of the stairs and the entire party took a collective Gasp. Once I realized that I hadn't actually died from the fall (or the embarrassment), I remarkably got back on my feet with some help from nearby strangers, brushed myself off, and continued to laugh and dance like nothing had happened. When the sobering light of the next day came however, I was so embarrassed that I did everything I could to avoid my crush for the rest of the year until he graduated. Come to find out, Years later when we reconnected, that he was actually pretty impressed with how easily I laughed off the epic fall down the stairs, thought I was a cool chick, but didn't know my name or how to find me. Lesson learned: Best way to recover from an Epic Fail is to laugh it off!! And don't waste your energy being embarrassed by it - because you never know how other people perceived it. An epic fail could always turn into an epic Win when you least expect it. ;-) Marisa Quinn (The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2)

This one qualifies as the best fail - win ever so I have to tell. It was my birthday and he set up the most amazing night. Dressed up, special pick up, flowers, gifts, private room at the restaurant the whole deal! After the most amazing meal I still have ever had in my life, he has cupcakes with candles come out and he sings happy birthday. It was the one most romantic night I've ever had. I blow off the candles and he insists I have a bite. I dragged my finger through the icing and tried to put it on his nose being all cute and romantic like I see in those romantic wedding movies. But I was a little tipsy from the bottle of Moet we had just had and stuck the icing straight into his eye. It was so much of it he couldn't even open it! My God did that go wrong. I was so worried iI blinded him and not sure what reaction to expect. But he just laughed so hard that it made me laugh. Soon we were both on the floor out of breath trying to un-stick his eye. It was the best moment of the night. Even as we remember the story now we still giggle like little children. I never looked at a cupcake the same way again. Luciana Faulhaber (The Night Crew)

About two years ago when I first moved to Los Angeles I starter to dance with fire. So one night, after spending a beautiful day with this very special person, I invited my super talented fire dancers friends to come to my house and we performed for him. It was the best performance I've ever done and he was pleasantly surprised. Paola Baldion (Sin OtoÑO Sin Primavera)

I had a crush on a sports trainer in college and thinking I was pretty athletic myself, I thought I could impress him with my prowess. So I decided to join his 5:30 Am bootcamp. Basically, everything was going according to plan, Until one day I had the bright idea to go one morning when I was clearly still feeling a bit funny from the night/earlier that morning... and he made a work out circuit, called the "gut check," let's just say, I checked it...and threw up, A Lot... and never went back. Lindsey Morgan (The Hundred)

I was on a date with a girl when I was 13 during Halloween and went to a maze, I'm petrified of scary clowns and sure enough the end of the maze it was clowns, luckily she was scared also so we ran out with eachother. She dropped her phone while running and asked if I could go get it and she asked if I was scared, trying to be cool I said no. So walking back in, one of the clowns was holding the phone and I was holding my breath, and as soon as I grabbed it the clown screams on the top of his lungs and I peed myself. She wouldn't stop laughing at me. Andrew Jacobs (Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones)

Vicky Cristina Barcelona. 'Cause we all been in there and it's weird at times when they just broke up with their exes. There is that tension and if its too recent its worse. Fernanda Romero (Ghost Team One)
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'Twilight' stars tweet about the world not ending per Mayan Calendar

'Twilight' stars tweet about the world not ending per Mayan Calendar
For those otherwise unaware, today is Dec. 21, 2012 a.k.a. the date of the Mayan Calendar's end and one which many predicted would yield the end of the world. Obviously, that prophecy has so far proven false, so to celebrate the non-end of the world several of the Twilight Saga's cast have been tweeting a few jokes about it. Here's what they had to say! Erik Odom: How are you spending your last day? Noel Fisher: @erikodom Spending time with loved ones...naw i'm just kidding. Playing video games. :) Charlie Bewley: The blink is imminent - are you ready for the era of peace? Much change is nigh. #21122012 Marisa Quinn: The world better not end tonight. It wud totally suck to spend my last night on earth getting a Root Canal. Jodelle Ferland: I'm trying to remember what's happening ///
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'Breaking Dawn -- Part 2': Let's talk about that ending! [Obligatory spoiler alert]

'Breaking Dawn -- Part 2': Let's talk about that ending! [Obligatory spoiler alert]
Spoiler Alert: Do Not Read If You Haven’T Seen Breaking Dawn — Part 2.

For months, we’ve been teased about Breaking Dawn — Part 2′s “twist” ending. The movie follows Stephenie Meyer’s book closely, up until the point where Alice (Ashley Greene) enters the climactic scene to defend vampire-human hybrid Renesmee’s (Mackenzie Foy) existence. She presumably shows Aro (Michael Sheen), through her thoughts, that she knows there is no threat and thus Renesmee and the Cullens should be left alone. But then she realizes that it doesn’t matter — Aro wants a fight no matter what. She mouths “now
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'Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2' Star Marisa Quinn Talks Vampire Flash Mob and a Team Jacob Story

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'Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2' Star Marisa Quinn Talks Vampire Flash Mob and a Team Jacob Story
Can vampires dance? They can according to actress Marisa Quinn, who witnessed a whole vampire flashmob while filming the climatic sequence for the final installment in the Twilight franchise. Dancing aside, being a vampire is hard work but Quinn enjoyed her time playing Huilen, a friend of the Cullens. While Breaking Dawn: Part 2 is the last film detailing the love story between vampire Edward Cullen and former human Bella Swan, pop culture's Twilight mania shows no signs of stopping. 

BuddyTV was lucky enough to speak with Quinn about her time in Forks, vampire flashmobs, and the age-old question: Team Edward or Team Jacob? 
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Essential Guide to the New Vampires in 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2'

This week, we'll be giving a big farewell to "The Twilight Saga" with the release of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" on Friday.

Judging by the clips and trailers we've seen so far, we can expect to see some serious vampire Bella (Kristen Stewart) action and get to catch up with the one and only Cullen coven. But, with a ton of other bloodlovers coming into the fold for the final film, Twi-hards should probably also brace for some new faces.

To help remind you who's who among the new coven vampires in "Breaking Dawn - Part 2," we put together this handy dandy little refresher guide.

Denali Coven

Sure, the Denalis were introduced as wedding guests in "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1," but these Alaskan vegetarian vamps have a much bigger stand in "Part 2." They're super-tight with the Cullens — even considering themselves faux cousins
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'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' stars screen and react to the film

'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' stars screen and react to the film
Several The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 stars have gotten to screen the film recently and have shared their reactions on Twitter. Marlane Barnes (Maggie of the Irish Coven), for instance, didn't tweet too much about the movie itself but praised the studio with the attached picture for making Irish Coven cups with her character art on them! View slideshow: 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2' Meanwhile, Judi Shekoni (Zafrina of the Amazonian Coven) wrote, "I've just seen Breaking Dawn2!! And it's awesomely spectacular and it made me laugh & cry!!!! You guys are gonna be So happy!!" Mia Maestro (Carmen of the Denali Coven) weighed with her... you Bill Condon for a beautiful film," and Marisa Quinn (Huilen of South America) added, "Omg!!! Just walked out of a cast screening of #Twilight BDPt2 & it was 2 Awesome 4 words!! Fans, u will Die, u will Flip!
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Newest 'Twilight' cast Twitter picture fun

Newest 'Twilight' cast Twitter picture fun
Another week, another round of fun Twilight cast Twitter pictures! This time, the sharers are Peter Facinelli (Carlisle Cullen), Marlane Barnes (Maggie of the Irish Coven), Nikki Reed (Rosalie Hale), Gil Birmingham (Billy Black), Judi Shekoni (Zafrina - Amazonian Coven), and Marisa Quinn (Huilen - South Americans). View slideshow: 'Twilight' cast Twitter pictures The pictures range everywhere from family vacation shots to glimpses at the set of the latest projects to Birmingham donning a long blonde wig! Fun times. As a reminder, an updated list of Twilight cast Twitter handles can be found at this link. Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke joined the world of Twitter @C_Hardwicke, and a false Taylor Lautner Twitt ...
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Toronto Film Festival 2012: Walter Salles Working on New On The Road Cut

On the Road movie reedited for Toronto screening Based on Jack Kerouac's '50s novel, Walter Salles' Otr adaptation starring Garrett Hedlund, Sam Riley, and Kristen Stewart (above photo) will be screened at the upcoming Toronto Film Festival. We all knew that. What we didn't know is that Tiff 2012 will unveil a new cut of the film (via indieWIRE), which premiered last spring at the Cannes Film Festival to mixed reviews. The 2hr20m drama has been downsized to approximately 125 minutes. That's an interesting development, as Otr has already been screened in several countries, with varying degrees of box-office success. [Check out the On the Road trailer. Check out Kristen Stewart On the Road poster; Garrett Hedlund On the Road poster.] Otr movie reedit hardly unique On the other hand, different cuts shown in different countries is hardly something new. Whether as a result of poor critical/box-office reception, (perceived) local sensibilities, and/or censorship, the movie you watch in, say, Canada isn't necessarily the exact same movie watched by someone in Singapore,
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'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' star says 'nothing can affect' the film's success

'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' star says 'nothing can affect' the film's success
It's been interesting to hear the Twilight cast weigh in on current events surrounding the Saga's leads Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, especially since some have been so creative in dodging the issue. The latest to weigh in are Judi Shekoni (Zafrina - Amazonian Coven) and Marisa Quinn (Huilen - South American Coven), who discussed whether and how the situation will impact ticket sales for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 while at a recent album release party in Hollywood. View slideshow: 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2' Like most Twilight fans who responded to that very question here, the two think all will be well for Breaking Dawn - Part 2 come November. Judi Shekoni as Zafrina in 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' Photo credit: Summit Ent. Video: Judi Shekoni and Marisa Quinn on 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' Shekoni told Celebuzz in the attached video interview,
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'Animal Practice' Star Marisa Quinn Talks About Her Tiger Costar and Other Tails

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'Animal Practice' Star Marisa Quinn Talks About Her Tiger Costar and Other Tails
When your co-stars are a monkey and a tiger, things are bound to get a little wild. That's what actress Marisa Quinn found out when filming the upcoming NBC sitcom Animal Practice. The sitcom takes place in a veterinary hospital and centers around the zany characters who work within its walls. And things are looking bright for the denizens of Animal Practice. NBC is giving the show a big thumbs-up by airing the pilot episode of the fall series early after the Olympics this Sunday.

Marisa Quinn, who will also be appearing in the final Twilight installment, got to log some quality time with tigers and monkeys and star Justin Kirk. Oh my! BuddyTV was lucky enough to speak with Quinn about her experience on the show, monkey-napping from Community and the feel of tiger breath on her face.
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Marisa Quinn and Amadou Ly Talk ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2′ and ‘Twilight’ Fans

Marisa Quinn and Amadou Ly Talk ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2′ and ‘Twilight’ Fans
Film Equals had the opportunity to chat with both Marisa Quinn and Amadou Ly at Comic Con last weekend, as they appeared for the big panel on Breaking Dawn – Part 2. Marisa talks about her excitement of being cast and what it was like to audition, while Amadou talks about the new character he plays, Henri from the French Coven, which didn’t even exist in the books, but was created by Stephenie Meyer and Melissa Rosenberg. Enjoy the interviews below!

But that’s not all, while at Comic-Con, Film Equals got the chance to chat with a couple of the cast members from the last movie, the lovely Marisa Quinn who plays Huilen and Amadou Ly, who stars as Henri (a character who actually doesn’t exist in the Twilight books).

Both of them seemed very excited to be part of the film (as you can probably tell) and it was a pleasure to get to talk to them about it. Amongst other things, Quinn talked about her love of Twilight and how she landed the coveted part of Huilen, as for Ly, he shared his delightful experience meeting fans at Comic-Con.

Marisa Quinn who plays Huilen in the final chapter of the Twilight series “Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2″

Amadou Ly who plays Henri in the final chapter of the Twilight series “Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2″

See more at Film Equals here.

How much do I love Amadou for watching all of the Twilight movies at least 5 times to get ready for his audition?!
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'Twilight' stars hit 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' Comic-Con party

'Twilight' stars hit 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' Comic-Con party
Following their surprise visit to the fan camping area for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2's Comic-Con panel at Hall H, the cast headed to Summit Entertainment's VIP party hosted by Fandango at the Hard Rock Hotel. Stephenie Meyer plus about two dozen castmates were seen today, including Peter Facinelli (Carlisle Cullen), Elizabeth Reaser (Esme Cullen), Nikki Reed (Rosalie Hale), Ashley Greene (Alice Cullen), Jackson Rathbone (Jasper Hale), Kellan Lutz (Emmett Cullen), Mackenzie Foy (Resnemee Cullen), Maggie Grace (Irina), Mia Maestro (Carmen), Casey Labow (Kate), Joe Anderson (Alistair), Lisa Howard (Siobhan), Marlane Barnes (Maggie), Patrick Brennan (Liam), Rami Malek (Benjamin), Angela Sarafyan (Tia), Erik Odom (Peter), Valorie Curry (Charlotte), Toni Trucks (Mary), Billy Tangradi (Randall), Guri Weinberg (Stefan), Noel Fisher (Vladimir), Judi Shekoni (Zafrina), Tracey Heggins (Senna), Marisa Quinn (Huilen), J.D. Pardo (Nahuel), Amadou Ly (Henri), and Janelle Froehlich..
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'Twilight' studio and cast respond to loss of fan at Comic-Con

'Twilight' studio and cast respond to loss of fan at Comic-Con
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2's cast and filmmaker panel at Hall H on Thursday will be a more somber occasion than anyone could've expected, following the tragic loss of Twilight fan Gisela G. today outside of the San Diego Comic-Con convention center. Twilight Saga film studio Summit Entertainment at Lionsgate has now issued its statement on the matter ... Erik Odom (Peter) wrote, "this is awful. My heart goes out to her family." Nikki Reed (Rosalie) added, "This is horrible. So sad. I'm speechless." Charlie Bewley (Demetri) responded to say, "So saddened to hear the new[s] coming out of Comic Con. Really really sad." Judi Shekoni (Zafrina), Tracey Heggins (Senna), MyAnna Buring (Tanya), Guri Weinberg (Stefan), Janelle Froehlich (Yvette), Christian Serratos (Angela), Marisa Quinn (Huilen), Toni Trucks (Mary), and Ashley Greene (Alice Cullen) all chimed in with their condolences on the social network. To pay respe ...
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Marisa Quinn on Comic Con and Huilen in ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2′

Marisa Quinn on Comic Con and Huilen in ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2′
A reporter from His Golden Eyes had the chance to attend the ‘Latinos Laugh Out Loud’ event in La where they featured the premiere of Sweet Mary and Jane. Actress Marisa Quinn, who will be playing Huilen in Breaking Dawn – Part 2 was in attendance, and spoke about jumping into the Twilight Saga movies at the end, her character Huilen, and what she thinks is in store for Twilighters at Comic Con. Read more below:

Hge: Coming into the Twilight Saga, there are people that have been in it since the beginning and people just coming into it. What was it like coming into the series so close to the very end?

Marisa: First of all it was a complete and utter shock. Twilight had become so huge that it was not even possible to get a role in that film as an actor. Then it just came out of nowhere. It fell into my lap and as a fan it was crazy. I could not believe I was going to be the face of a character that I had imaged so often in my head.

Hge: You are playing Huilen. What was it like playing a character that has such a pivotal role?

Marisa: It was really important to speak to J.D. (Pardo who plays Nahuel). He was the first person I met when I got to the set and we just talked about the experience the must have had. Were they scared? Were they proud and warriors? Were they ready to fight? What did it mean to them to make this journey so far for people they had never even met before? It was incredible.

Hge: In a couple weeks we have Comic Con. Are we going to see you there?

Marisa: Rumors are swirling that something big is going to go down. Who knows that it will be, but I’m crossing my fingers that I’ll be lucky enough to be a part of it. My bet is if you have a ticket your mind will be blown. I mean it’s the final movie and they’d be crazy not to pull out all the stops.

Read the full interview over at Hge here.

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What the new kids are saying about 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2'

What the new kids are saying about 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2'
As the months roll forward on to November, expect to hear a lot from the wealth of new Twilight castmates featured in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2. There are about two dozen newcomers (and that's just the named additional cast), and they're sure to have a lot to say about coming into such a huge phenomenon, working with director Bill Condon and the established returning cast, and more. Three of those castmates were interviewed by my friends at Page to Premiere recently and had some interesting things to say about their time on the set. View slideshow: 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2' First, Amadou Ly, who portrays the mysterious new non-book character "Henri" of the Melissa Rosenberg and Stephenie Meyer-concocted French Coven, has given a few more hints about his charact ... t, Judi Shekoni, who portrays the talented "Zafrina" of the Amazon Coven,
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Get to know all the new 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' vamps

Get to know all the new 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' vamps
In case you haven't noticed the calendar lately, there are only 216 days left until The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 hits theaters! This final installment to the Saga is especially exciting to some because not only does it have some of the scenes many fans are most ... Judi Shekoni - "Zafrina" Tracey Heggins - "Senna" Romanian Coven Guri Weinberg - "Stefan" Noel Fisher - "Vladimir" Egyptian Coven Omar Metwally - "Amun" Andrea Gabriel - "Kebi" Rami Malek - "Benjamin" Angela Sarafyan - "Tia" Irish Coven Patrick Brennan - "Liam" Lisa Howard - "Siobhan" Marlane Barnes - "Maggie" Nomads Lee Pace - "Garrett" Erik Odom - "Peter" Valorie Curry - "Charlotte" Toni Trucks - "Mary" Billy Tangradi - "Randall" Joe Anderson - "Alistair" French Coven Amadou Ly - "Henri" Janelle Froehlich - "Yvette" South Americans Marisa Quinn - "Huilen" J.D. Pardo - "Nahuel" ...
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Seven things you should know about ‘Breaking Dawn’ newcomer Marisa Quinn

Seven things you should know about ‘Breaking Dawn’ newcomer Marisa Quinn
The full cast list of The Twilight Saga's final installment more than doubles what the Saga began with in 2008. With a whirlwind of new covens and characters introduced in Breaking Dawn, a ton of new actors join the Twilight family for the last two pictures. So, to prepare Twilight fans for the vastly enlarged cast of this November's The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 and to shine a spotlight on each new member, a series of seven things you should know about each new Breaking Dawn castmate continues with Marisa Quinn. Here are seven things you should know about this Breaking Dawn newcomer: Breaking Dawn character and coven: Marisa Quinn will portray "Huilen," t ...
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Exclusive: More 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' castmates on the 'Part 1' carpet

Exclusive: More 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' castmates on the 'Part 1' carpet
Today, more The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 cast interviews from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1's premiere are here for you to enjoy - this time, it's Tracey Heggins ("Senna" of the Amazon Coven) and Marisa Quinn ("Huilen"). Heggins talked about being on set with author and producer Stephenie Meyer for the filming process, saying, "I'm a crazy fan, I'm like an author girl . . . Everyone else is like, 'Oh, so and so, Kristen, Edward, and I'm like Stephenie.' I literally asked her several questions. I couldn't believe she was as gracious and awesome as she is. She literally, if you asked her questions, she was more than helpful." Meanwhile, Quinn teased a bit about what she'll bring to the table in Part 2 saying, "It was br ...
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'Breaking Dawn - Part 1' premiere photos: 'Part 2' newbies

'Breaking Dawn - Part 1' premiere photos: 'Part 2' newbies
In addition to the "Denali Coven" castmates, last night's premiere for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 brought around a group of new faces from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2, the new coven castmates. Pictured in the slideshow are the following Part 2 castmates: Valorie Curry ("Charlotte" - American Nomads), Toni Trucks ("Mary" - American Nomads), Amadou Ly ("Henry" - French Coven), Marlane Barnes ("Maggie" - Irish Coven), Lisa Howard ("Siobhan" - Irish Coven), Noel Fisher ("Vladimir" - Romanian Coven), Andrea Gabriel ("Kebi" - Egyptian Coven), Omar Metwally ("Amun" - Egyptian Coven), Rami Malek ("Benjamin" - Egyptian Coven), Angela Sarafyan ("Tia" - Egyptian Coven), Judi Shekoni ("Zafrina" - Amazonian Coven), and Marisa Quinn ("Hu ...
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