'I have to have on my white makeup and my contact lenses, otherwise it just doesn't work,' the 'Twilight' star says.
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DALLAS — I have a strange job sometimes. A good example is an idea I had recently for the "Twilight" fans, where we'd ask the stars of "New Moon" to go beyond the trailers and give us a preview of their favorite lines of dialogue that we haven't seen. Innocent and fun, right?
Sure enough, actors like Ashley Greene and Jamie Campbell Bower jumped at the opportunity and had a blast with it. But when it came time to ask our old friend and Cullen patriarch Peter Facinelli, he made the very valid point that actors aren't trained monkeys who can just do a silly little dance whenever we throw a nickel in the tin cup.
Peter being Peter, he was honest, forthright and eager-to-please — and that's why the Twilighters love him. But it's also a reminder that he's a veteran actor who takes his craft very seriously (as his audition stories will tell you), as he does the entire "Twilight" saga. With that in mind, read on for our latest interview with Dr. Carlisle Cullen, in which the medicine man tells us about the line he fought to keep in the "New Moon" script — and why you'll never see him delivering it to a disrespectful reporter like me.
(And don't miss the exclusive "New Moon" trailer premiering at the 2009 Video Music Awards on Sunday, presented by Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner.)
MTV: So, Peter, as we get closer to the "New Moon" release, are you excited to see the final product?
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