Anna Kendrick says filming 'Twilight' was like a 'hostage situation'

Anna Kendrick did not have a very good

time filming “Twilight,” thanks for asking.

In a video interview with Vanity Fair, she compared

her time as Bella Swan’s mortal friend Jessica in

the vampire movie series to a “hostage situation”.

Kendrick said she remembers “being so cold and

miserable” while on set in Portland, Oregon.

“I just remember … feeling like, ‘You know,

this is a really great group of people and I’m

sure that we would be friends at a different

time, but I want to murder everyone’”.

In spite of the difficult conditions, she

managed to bond with her fellow actors.

“There was something about it, like if you go

through some trauma event … Like you imagine

people who survive a hostage situation, and

you’re kind of bonded for life”.

The series ended on a high note for Kendrick,

though. Her final scene came in “Breaking Dawn —

Part 1” at Bella and Edward Cullen’s wedding.

She says she had it easier than her costars, who had

been working on the grueling film set for months.

“You’re in like half-frozen mud … everybody else

has been giving their blood, sweat and tears to

the project for months … I show up at the end

and I’m like, 'Guys, we did it. It’s over'".

Here’s to hoping Kendrick’s future movies

are filmed in a warmer, dryer climate

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