Christian Serratos: From Forks High to California private school
won our hearts as Bella's first friend in "Twilight," and she proved
that high school isn't so bad when compared to the fantastical world of
vampires. So it really isn't such a big leap for her to play one of four
ethnically-diverse teens who go to a private school in California. At
least this series will let her spread her acting wings a bit more than
"The Twilight Saga" since she'll be tackling some pretty weighty
material like behavioral disorders and terminal cancer.
Jamie Campbell Bower: From vampire royalty to medieval royalty
Volturi really aren't all that different from King Arthur's court,
barring the fact King Arthur didn't live off of blood and there aren't
any love triangles between Aro, Jane and Marcus (that we're aware of).
But Jamie Campbell Bower portrays serious royalty in both roles, though
he'll be more of a hero in "Camelot" (premiering April 1) than he was in
"The Twilight Saga."
Rachelle Lefevre: From evil vampire to romantic competition
Lefevre's Victoria made Bella's life a living hell, and it looks like
she'll also cause some drama in "Off the Map" (premiering January 12),
judging by the series' recently released trailer. Better warn that
brunette not to get between Rachelle and her man, though, because we all
know that doesn't turn out well for anyone.Source