Breaking Dawn: The Denali coven cast revealed
Days after it was revealed that Maggie Grace and Mackenzie Foy joined the Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn cast as evil vampire Irina and Bella and Edward’s daughter Renesmee, new cast news regarding vampire parts has been reported.
According to Summit Entertainment, they’ve recruited several actors to play vampires from the Denali coven who come to help the Cullens in their fight against the Volturi.
Like, for example, MyAnna Buring (Doomsday, Grindhouse) is cast as Tanya, head of the Denali coven and the girl who once had a crush on Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) but he turned her down.
Christian Camargo (The Hurt Locker, Dexter) will play Eleazar, a former Volturi and the patriarch of the Denali coven.
Kasey LaBow from CSI:NY will play Tanya’s sister Kate, the one who can produce electric currents under her skin.
Mia Maestro (Poseidon) will play Carmen, the vampire who’s really fluent in Spanish.
Just as it was revealed earlier this year, Rami Malek (The Pacific) will play Benjamin from the Egyptian coven, and Lee Pace will play Garrett, a nomadic vampire.
Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn is starting shooting this month. Breaking Dawn Part I will be released on November 18, 2011. Breaking Dawn Part II will be out on November 16, 2012.
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