02
Jan
10

iVillage: Peter Facinelli Talks Holidays, Family and ‘Eclipse’

What can fans expect from the next film, Eclipse?
Every one of these has had a different director [David Slade directs The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, opening in June] so the feel’s been a little bit different. Each one of the books progressively has more action. New Moon has some really cool action with the werewolves and the Volturi and it builds from there into the third one where the Cullens get to do some really great action stuff. And that’s fun for me, because as a Cullen we’re very reserved and always trying to fit in and look humanlike. But in Eclipse, you get to see what we’re capable of as vampires.

How about any holiday traditions?
We have a little village set that we put underneath the Christmas tree, and this year the kids got to build it themselves because I was out of town. Usually I help, but this year they kind of surprised me and did the whole village under the tree. It was kind of fun to come home and see that they had done it by themselves.

What vampire superpower do you wish you had in real life?
I’d love to be able to fly — that would be cool. But I don’t know if that’s a vampire power. I mean, Carlisle’s power is compassion, and I think I got the short end of the stick. I was like, “Can’t I be compassionate and fly?” You can’t really [be] like, “Stand back! I’m going to smite you with my compassion!”

Are your three daughters Twilight fans?
They all are. I’ve got a 12-year-old [Luca Bella], a 7-year-old [Lola Ray] and a 3-year-old [Fiona Eve], and they’ve all seen Twilight. The 12-year-old and the 7-year-old have seen New Moon, and it’s exciting to be a part of a movie that my family can actually be a part of and see.

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