Tip 1: Enjoy the experience. And watch New Moon a lot!
"Bella is such an iconic character right now and the movies are such a phenomenon, I love kind of delving in. The challenge of doing such a big character mixed with comedy and all the adventures that happened doing vampire stuff, the stunts and gags and everything that I got to do was just so much fun. She's a great character to play and I obviously got to watch New Moon, which I loved a bunch - it was a great time."
Tip 2: Get the hair-touching and lip-biting mannerisms down.
"Becca Crane my character had to be someone new and fresh as well. So it was a good combination of a little bit of me, a little bit of what I can bring to the comedy, and then adding Kristen's mannerisms and vocal patterns from her work in Twilight."
Tip 3: Love your subject matter.
"I would love to meet Kristen one day, that would be a huge treat... I would say [to her that] I'm a huge fan and loved her little part in the phenomenon. I'm honoured to have watched her work so much and I'd say that I wasn't bashing her at all."
Tip 4: Ignore the bad reviews.
"It not for the critics, that's not our audience. I went into the process knowing that this was a movie for the fans and for the Twilight lovers and haters who want to sit down and have a good laugh. I don't think it's an Academy Award-winning movie."
Tip 5: Deliberate over Team Edward vs. Team Jacob.
"You know I've got to say that I loved the vampire make up, I love their porcelain skin. If I could have vampire looks and sexiness and darkness and werewolf abs I would be a happy person."
Tip 6: Get used to break-up angst.
"I loved shooting the break-up scene between Edward and Becca. I think that it's such a classic scene from New Moon and you know everything that could possibly go wrong to Becca in that scene happens."
Vampires Suck opens in UK cinemas today.
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