"It could have been bad," Lefevre admits. "But I think because Harry Potter went through it first to their benefit, we were like, 'The Potter kids went through a director shift and they were OK, so we'll be OK, too.'Rachelle also makes me excited to see what David Slade has up his sleeves for Eclipse, and talks about her growing role:
"And we were. Chris came in with such a clear idea of what the movie was. And he paid respect to what had come before -- so it was kind of seamless."
"It's perfect timing for David because Eclipse is darker than the other two. There's more action. It's not a horror movie, but it is darker."Read the interview here.
And just as the series evolves, so does Lefevre's role as Victoria seeks to avenge the death of her lover, James.
"In the first movie, because I didn't have as much screen time, I wanted to be very clear. I wanted to convey energy and be very present, but also very playful. And that's because (Victoria) enjoyed stalking Bella with James.
"But when James is killed, it becomes about exacting revenge, which comes from a totally different place. It's not just a game any more."
[via Twilight Lexicon, pic source Rachelle Lefevre Online]