Guri Weinberg (“Stefan” of the Romanian Coven) took to his blog and shared a The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn set story that him and his co-star, Noel Fisher (“Vladimir” of the Romanian Coven) started that had loads of the films cast members involved in by the end. It’s called the GFTS game.
“My Twitter Followers know that there is currently a GFYS game playing out in real time – started by Charlie Bewley, who was quickly joined by Daniel Cudmore, Patrick Brennan and Toni Trucks in the GFYS Guri Weinberg campaign. Bewley and Brennan dropped out, Cudmore took the lead andTrucks keeps the pressure on. Thus, the name of this blog. Hey Cudmore and Trucks…if you’re reading this…this blog will have your names and GFYS combined on a Google search soon! It’s GFYS 2.0
But WHAT is GFYS?
GFYS started one day as Noel and I were walking back into our trailer after a long day’s work. We each had one half of the same trailer as dressing rooms and our doors were on opposite ends. As we were opening the doors to our dressing rooms, I called out to him,
He earnestly looked at me. “Yeah?”
UBER casually I say, “Go f*** yourself.”
On his look of shock, I went into my room and shut the door. I admit, I was laughing pretty hard. The look on his face was priceless.
The next thing I know, an A.D. comes knocking on my door. When it’s an A.D. at the door, that means we are needed on set. I have wardrobe to reassemble and it’s a cold Baton Rouge winter day, so there’s a minute or two of clothes prep/bundling involved with walking back on set. Finally, I’m good and I open the door. The A.D. looks up at me, smiles and says sweetly,
“Um, Guri? Don’t need you on set, actually. Noel just needed you to go f*** yourself.” and I can hear Noel laughing next door so hard, I think he might choke to death.
From there, as you might imagine, the cast and crew all heard about the GFYS game and immediately embraced the concept. The GFYS game was played in many variations on a daily basis – there were many combinations of cast mates, crew, hotel staff and occasionally, innocent bystanders in various scenarios. They’re ALL funny. However…I can only elaborate on one GFYS story to give you the whole FLAVOR of this ridiculous game. The GFYS tale would not be complete without what I like to call my personal GFYS journey with Noel Fisher.
So, back to the same cold, rainy day on set where it all started. Noel had sent an A.D. to tell me GFYS, laughed like a serial killer on a sugar high and I think…this is the end. But Noel had enjoyed this all TOO much. So, he KEEPS sending A.D.’s to knock on my door all day. Every 5 minutes, SOMEONE is telling me GFYS. It was a LONG day. I get back to the hotel, getting ready for bed and a note comes under the door from the hotel. Usually, it’s a bill so I go get it. Instead of a bill, it just read, “Mr. Weinberg…please GFYS. Thank You.” As I am deliberating over that, I get a call in my room. I warily answer the phone and it’s Toni Trucks in a thinly disguised voice posing as the hotel front desk staff. I’m waiting for it.
“Yes…Mr. Weinberg…we just wanted to make sure you got your bill and GFYS.””
Read this entire blog entry here (it’s funny!)