Interview with TVEquals
You’re also in the final installment of the ‘Twilight’ saga.
Noel Fisher: Yes, part 2, ‘Breaking Dawn.’
You’re a farmer on the History Channel show, then a thug on ‘Shameless’ and now a vampire.
Noel Fisher: Exactly. I’m going to try and see if I can figure out a way to combine all those parts into one character and see if someone will make that movie.
What was it like working on ‘Twilight’?
Noel Fisher: It was a lot of fun. It’s such a massive cast, and what was really cool about that experience was that the cast was really split because in this part of the book and the second movie, Stephenie Meyers’s world really expands and you get to meet a lot of new people. So, there were a bunch of new, kind of rookie people added to the franchise, including myself. Then there were all these people that have been there for years and years. So, it was a really nice mixture of all the veterans welcoming everyone in a really lovely way and all the newbies kind of getting to hangout and we’re all introduced to the world at the same time. It was just a really good feeling on set and I walked away with a lot of good friends.
Now that you’re going to be in ‘Twilight’ have you seen something different in terms of fan interaction?
Noel Fisher: Some people on ‘Twilight,’ along with some of my other friends, basically, finally convinced me to get into the social media thing because I’ve resisted it for a long time because I’m completely computer illiterate. I just wanted to spare myself public embarrassment, but I’ve actually really taken to the Twitter and the Facebook. I really enjoy it. In terms of the fans, ‘Twilight’ has definitely been.the fan base of that franchise is really something special, I think. They’re so genuinely supportive of the actors and really anybody involved with it. My Twitter feed is one big pile of love every morning. It’s a really nice feeling and I really appreciate it.
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