Despite the fact that there have already been three movies in the film franchise, it's not easy to find a mildly unattractive vampire in the lot. Woerner only offered up the Volturi, namely the white-haired Caius Volturi, from 2009's New Moon. Not only does his skin tone blend too seamlessly with his locks, but his red eyes are an embarrassment next to Edward Cullen's. Plus, unlike his super-power-wielding Volturi brethren, Caius has no known special power, which doesn't bode well with the ladies.
Paxton may have started out as a sexy vampire — complete with leather motorcycle jacket and Ray-Bans — in this 1987 flick (which happened to be written and directed by recent Oscar winner Kathryn Bigelow), but Woerner says, "by the end, his character Severen looked more like a member of the walking dead" than the cute guy from Twister. "A vicious battle took massive chunks of Severen's face off," she explains. "Because this particular vampire didn't heal as swiftly as some of the more modern vamps, he was forced to spend the rest of the movie without half of his face."