“Twilight” star Ashley Greene said that Peter Facinelli helped her when she showed up to the set hungover.
“I remember that being one of the worst days of my life,” she said in the latest episode of her podcast.
Greene said Facinelli stood up for her and encouraged the crew to film quickly so she could go home.
In the latest episode of her and Melanie Howe’s podcast, “The Twilight Effect” with Kast Media, the actress recalled being “super green” at the time of filming “Twilight,” since it was her first role in a major film.
The actress, who starred as Alice Cullen in all five installments between 2008 and 2012, was 21 when the first film was released in theaters.
Greene said that her “favorite and least favorite moments” from “Twilight” both occurred while filming the iconic baseball scene, which took several days to shoot.
Greene said she was “proud” of how her pitching turned out but recalled the temperature being so frigid that her lips “turned blue.”
“One day I was hungover, which I will never do again,” Greene said.
“I remember that being one of the worst days of my life and Peter going to bat for me basically and being like, ‘It’s so cold out here, we should shoot her out and send her home,'” she said.
“I was like ‘God bless you, Peter,'” she added, describing Facinelli as a father figure to the cast, similar to his “Twilight” character Dr. Carlisle Cullen.
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