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Actors Injured By Painful Costumes And Prosthetics

From “Harry Potter” to “The Hunger Games,” the conclusion of any fantasy film series isn’t complete without an epic final battle. Just like its competitors, 2012’s “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2” doesn’t disappoint. The Volturi are not pleased about a vampire and human producing offspring, and set out to kill Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart), Renesmee (Mackenzie Foy), and all who stand in their way during a bloody fight on snowy grounds.

While their on-screen characters are mostly concerned with staying alive, the “Twilight” actors had a different hurdle to overcome while shooting this scene: keeping their eyesight intact. Everyone portraying a vampire had to wear colored contact lenses, which were far from comfortable. Elizabeth Reaser, who plays Esme Cullen, told Vanity Fair, “Oh, my God, they were beyond annoying. They are excruciating.”

For Reaser, the artificial snow used in the battle scene didn’t help her already-irritated eyes. Peter Facinelli, who portrayed Carlisle Cullen, revealed to Vanity Fair that sometimes the paper snow would make its way underneath the painful contacts: “I remember Elizabeth woke up one day and her eyes were swollen shut,” he said. “I was like, ‘I play a doctor, but I can’t help you, Elizabeth.'”

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