The girl in the picture above is Sabrina Frank, and she won a contest on a game show called Mission Hollywood which tests actors abilities and challenges them to see if they really are ready for the industry.
Lainey Gossip reveals that Sabrina Frank will take on the role of Vera in Eclipse! She writes:
“Sabrina won a contest and the prize was that they created a character for her to play in the movie. Am told exclusively that her character’s name is Vera and Vera is somehow involved with Jack Huston’s “Royce King” and Nikki Reed’s “Rosalie”. Huston is pictured here leaving Vancouver.
Before leaving they all shot together in the park a scene that takes place in Rochester in 1933 in which Royce leers at Vera while an oblivious Rosalie is next to him. Later on, Rosalie (still human) is seen alone with Vera who has a baby. I’m sure you Twi-Hards can put it all together.”
Sabrina also did an interview for fem.com before she left for Vancouver and before she knew what her role would be. This interview was done on August 4th - and has been translated from German to English by one of the readers over at A Twilight Kiss:
Do people recognize you on the street?
I think so, but, [it's] more like they [whisper among themselves asking], “Isn’t that Sabrina from ‘Mission Hollywood’?” They don’t come up [directly] to me, [and], I prefer it that way.
Do you know when the shooting of ‘Eclipse’ will start?
The official date is August 17th, but, I don’t know when I’ll [be shooting my scenes]. I don’t really know anything yet (laughs), only that I will be there [for] three to four days, and, [that I] have a small part. I’m waiting impatiently for more information.
Are you a fan of Robert Pattinson?
Well, I’m actually quite happy that the big Pattinson-hype hasn’t reached me, yet. But, of course, Robert is amazing. It would be unbelievably cool to shoot a scene with Kristen Stewart or him. It would be [just] the best [thing] that could happen to my acting career and me.
Do you think you will [be able to] manage with the [English] language?
I’m so scared because of that. [If I were] on a German set, I would be less [apprehensive]. You always think that [everybody else in the whole world can speak] English better than yourself.