You Are Now The Only Person Not Appearing in 'Breaking Dawn'

[caption id="attachment_14569" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Getty Images"]Olga Fonda and Ty Olsson[/caption]

There are just a few days left until our nation heads to the polls for election day and, as always, the state of the economy is the number one issue, with both sides arguing over the effectiveness of the President's economic recovery plan.

Well, don't look now, but we've just received a press release that could tip the balance as it proves indisputably that jobs are in fact being created at an incredible rate -- you just have to be a vampire to get them.

Yes, its true: the unemployment rate in Hollywood has dipped to an all-time low thanks to Summit's production of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn," which announced yesterday that they have signed another eight actors to the film. 

And while you may think it unlikely that one movie could single-handedly solve our country's unemployment woes, consider this: IMDb already listed a whopping 48 cast members for the film before this announcement, which explains why they had to cut the movie into two installments -- they're going to need that much time just to get everyone on screen.

So who are the new faces? Well, Summit is keeping mum on just what roles any of these folks are going to be playing, but here's the line-up from the official press release:

• Olga Fonda ("Love Hurts")

• Janelle Froehlich ("Hacienda Heights")

• Masami Kosaka ("The Runaways")

• Sebastiao Lemos (Brazilian TV series "Força-Tarefa")

• Amadou Ly ("The Tested," "The Bridge")

• Ty Olsson ("2012")

• Wendell Pierce ("Ray")

• Carolina Virguez (Spanish TV series "Matalobos")

As soon as we get word on just what roles each of these new additions will be filling, we'll let you know. In the meantime, though, the President can head the polls with a little more confidence. After all, he's clearly got the Twihard vote sewn up and we all know how passionate those fans can be.