Peter Facinelli Talks 'Breaking Dawn' & Vampire Sex
“The Twilight Saga’s” Bella and Edward get hot and steamy in “Breaking Dawn,” but Peter Facinelli said his Dr. Carlisle Cullen character wouldn’t be doing the same – not even with a little medicinal help.
“Just give us a small nugget for all the Twi-hards…something like, is there vampire sex?” Kit Hoover asked Peter when she stopped by Access Hollywood Live on Friday.
“Well, yeah, for sure,” Peter joked. “Not for Carlisle, he’s 350!”
“Viagra can’t even help him at that point!” Billy Bush added.
“Vampire Viagra,” Peter said with a laugh.
The actor, who also stars on Showtime’s “Nurse Jackie,” is excited for the plot developments in the upcoming “Breaking Dawn” movies, which will be released in two separate parts.
“We have baby vampires, lots of fun stuff going on in that movie,” he told Billy and Kit. “‘Eclipse’ was my favorite book, but I think ‘Breaking Dawn’ is my favorite script. I really like what they did with them. There’s a lot of fun surprises for the audience.”
Peter explained that the movie franchise’s hardcore fans also still surprise him.
“It gets weird sometimes, I was in the car with my 4-year-old and she had a little friend with her and she said, ‘You’re cute!’ and she’s four!” Peter explained. “And I’m like, ‘You’re a cutie too!’ What do you say to that?”
Later on Friday, Peter stopped “The Billy Bush Show” to continue his chat about the popular movie franchise – but is it something that his daughters wished he didn’t star in?
”[My oldest daughter, Luca,] is always proud of me… but I think she’d dig the series more if I wasn’t in it. It’s a weird thing to have your dad be the patriarch of that family… it takes away a little bit that I’m in it,” Peter told Billy.
The first installment of “Breaking Dawn” hits theaters on November 18, 2011, and the second part on November 16, 2012.
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