Denali clan cast in 'Twilight: Breaking Dawn'
EXCLUSIVE: Three actors join final two films in franchiseTwihards, take note: The vampire coven known as the Denali clan has been cast for Summit's "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn," which is being adapted into two movies to be directed by Bill Condon.
MyAnna Buring -- the star of "The Descent" who had her own coven in "Lesbian Vampire Killers" -- Mia Maestro and Casey LaBow are the female members of the undead family. Christian Camargo is the patriarch.
Buring and LaBow will join the recently cast Maggie Grace as a trio of Russian vampire sisters of the Denali coven. Buring is playing Tanya, a rival to Kristen Stewart's Bella for the attention of Edward (Rob Pattinson), while LaBow will play Kate, who has the ability to produce an electric current that can shock opponents. (Grace is playing villainous Irina.)
Maestro portrays Carmen and Camargo is Eleazar, the two Spanish heads of the coven, which in the "Twilight" universe is the only other non-human-feeding vampire clan besides the the Cullen clan.
A November start is being prepped.
The first of the "Breaking Dawn" movies is slated to be released in theaters Nov. 18, 2011, with the second one coming Nov. 16, 2012.
Buring, repped by Ken McReddie Associates and Elevate Entertainment, also appeared in Neil Marshall's "Doomsday" and was featured in Edgar Wright's fake trailer "Don't," which was part of Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino's film "Grindhouse."
Maestro, repped by ICM and Tavistock Wood Management, is best known for her work on "Alias."
LaBow, who has appeared in "CSI: NY" and an episode of the short-lived vampire TV show "Moonlight," is repped by IFA Talent.
Camargo, repped by Innovative Artists, may be best known for playing a serial killer on Showtime's "Dexter."