Collider has a new interview with Rachelle Lefevre (Victoria in Twilight & New Moon) for her new series "Off the Map." She briefly talks about how being part of Twilight changed her life.
- Did you know how Twilight would change your life?
LEFEVRE: I had no idea that it was going to change my life, in that way. But, I didn’t know I was going to end up doing a show where I was going to have to move to Honolulu either. This is the kind of job where you just always have a suitcase packed in the back of your closet, and you’re just ready to go wherever the call is. After Twilight, I had a bunch of stuff that the cast had signed and I did an eBay auction and raised $14,000 for an organization in Los Angeles, called School on Wheels, which tutors homeless children. That was one of the benefits of being involved with Twilight.
- Do you get approached by fans a lot?
LEFEVRE: Yeah, I feel like I do and I don’t. It depends on where I am and what’s going on, and whether my hair is in a bun or not. In Hawaii, they’re happy to hear that you’re filming a show. They love it that people actually come and make use of their beautiful landscapes. They’ve been great. We were sleeping in the airport the other night and nobody actually came up to us, but they did see us sleeping on the floor. I did see a couple teenage girls and their moms looking and being like, “Is that her? I think they’re doing a show here. Oh, my god, they’re sleeping on the floor of the airport!” Our flight was delayed six hours and it was four in the morning.
You can read the rest at Collider.