Ashley Greene, Nikki Reed, Elizabeth Reaser, Jackson Rathbone, Peter Facinelli, Eclipse

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We're sure Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are having fun making the last of the Twilight flicks, but Breaking Dawn is anything but a walk in the vampire park.

"We're so busy, we don't even eat anymore," says Peter Facinelli, who plays Dr. Carlisle Cullen in the hit movie franchise. "We just stopped eating."

Maybe the Nurse Jackie star is exaggerating a wee bit, but even so...

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"It's a little bit more difficult," he told me at the Golden Globes about making the two movies at the same time. "It's a little more intimidating because there's so much work to be done, and you're jumping from one movie to another. It's not in any kind of order so it does get daunting as you figure out which movie you're in and what sequences you're in...

"It's long hours," he continued. "But we're putting in the work and hopefully it will come together as it always does."

That's not to say that Facinelli has any issues with director Bill Condon. "He's got the task and pressure of having the final two movies," he said. "[But] he never lets you see him sweat. He's always relaxed and he always takes the time to work with actors and he's always open to ideas."

As for the recently released sex scene pic of Edward and Bella, Facinelli insisted he hadn't seen it. "We're in the middle of work mode, so yeah, I don't get to see any of those because I'm on set," he said. "I never get to see any of the internet stuff."

Asked what the cast and crew has planned for their final wrap party, Facinelli smiled, ""I don't know. We're not there yet. We've still got like four more months to go."

While it may be sad to think about the end of Twilight, we'd love to hear what you think Pattinson, Stewart and the rest of the gang should do to toast (and mourn!) the end of their bloodsucking work. Give us your best wrap party ideas in the comments below.

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