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Summit revealed Twilight Breaking Dawn part 2 release date. According to MTV’s Hollywood Crush site, Summit Entertainment,which is the movie studio for the huge “Twilight Saga” films recently revealed the release date of “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2.”
They say that the last time they checked in with Summit distribution chief Richie Fay last month, he said the release date for the Braking Dawn part 2 movie was still up in the air because they were waiting to see how well “Twilight Saga: Eclipse” would do at the box office to determine whether they should go with a summer date or a fall date.
Apparently, it looks like they think that the fall dates do better as they have decided to release “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn” on November 16,2012, which will be exactly one year after Part 1 is released on November 18,2011. Read the rest of this entry »
Rosenberg wants to see terror in Twilight Breaking Dawn birth scene. MTV news recently caught up to “Twilight Saga” screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg in the new clip,below. In it, she revealed what she’s been going through while trying to write the painful birth scene for the upcoming “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn” movie,and she revealed that she would like to see terror,pain,and more.
She stated, “What I wanna see, is the terror of the experience. I wanna have the experience of the fear. I wanna feel her pain. I wanna feel everyone’s pain in this,and I want it to be visceral,so that’s what’s most important.” She went on to reveal that she doesn’t want to see the teeth in the placenta,followed with a huge laugh,afterwards. Read the rest of this entry »
Screenwriter wants to show full Twilight Breaking Dawn birth scenes. Popsugar recently interviewed “Twilight Saga” screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg,and they,of course,talked about the upcoming “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn” movies. Melissa revealed that she actually wants to show the full,graphic, Bella birth scenes in the film.
She stated, The childbirth,all the scenes, I feel,should be on screen. I think perhaps what I was referring to was, would we actually see Edward’s teeth through the placenta? I don’t think so. I don’t think we need to see that, and if someone needs to see that, I think they should take a look at that. I believe it will be implied, but I don’t think we’ll see teeth in the placenta.” Read the rest of this entry »
Twilight Breaking Dawn to deliver hotter sex scenes than the book. Melissa Rosenberg who is the screenwriter for the popular “Twilight Saga” movie series recently talked with Hollywood Life,according to OK magazine, and revealed that the graphic birth and sex scenes for the upcoming “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn” movie may be even more hotter and revealing than the book because they’re not shying away from anything.
She stated, “I don’t think we’ll be toning a whole lot of the racy scenes down. We want the eroticism of the sex scenes. That doesn’t mean that one has to see it all, but you do want that eroticism. With the birth scene as well, I just don’t know that you have to tone it down. If you really look at the books, how much are you really seeing? I think the movies might wind up being saucier than the book Read the rest of this entry »
Rosenberg talks Twilight Breaking Dawn graphic scenes & the split off. Ontheredcarpet.com recently caught up with “Twilight Saga” screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg in the new clip (below),and she talked more in depth about all the graphic scenes for the upcoming “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn” movie. She also revealed where they plan on splitting the two films up as it will have a part 1 and a part 2.
She said that she thinks the birth scene should be just as horrifying as it is in the novel. The sex scene should be as erotic as it is in the novel,but it will all be up to director Bill Condon. She says Bill is interested in going all the way with it,though. She talks about Bella’s conversion scenes,and whether or not they will use special effects in it,or how much special effects will be used. Read the rest of this entry »
Producer talks plans for Twilight Breaking Dawn birth scene & more. EW’s Popwatch site recently interviewed “Twilight Saga” producer Wyck Godfrey and he revealed their plans for the graphic Bella Swan birth scene,and whether are not they will shoot it in 3-D. He contemplates shooting part 1 in 2-D. Then part 2 in 3-D after Bella turns into a vampire.
First, he talked about the rough-draft plans for the birth scene. He stated, “I think the one thing that we’ve done that we’ve really done in all the films is keep them very subjective and keep them from Bella’s point of view. So the conversations we’ve had with Bill, is that we’ll try to do something similar here; you’re with Bella’s perspective and her point of view of what’s taking place in the rush around her, as she’s in intense pain. Read the rest of this entry »
Summit says Twilight Breaking Dawn movie won’t be rated R. According to MTV news, Summit Entertainment has recently revealed that the upcoming “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn” movie will not be rated R as speculation suggests. They say that Summit Entertainment acknowledges discussions about an R rating are definitely taking place,but the studio remains committed to its tried-and-true PG-13 rating.
Richie Fay who is the distribution chief said he doesn’t ever see Breaking Dawn becoming rated R. He stated, “I don’t see it ever becoming an R-rated movie. The middle road we have to travel is a mutual respect as to staying true to the book but not turning off your audience. It’s always with the eye of making Stephenie Meyer happy and making the audience happy. I can’t say for a fact, but I just don’t see us getting into an R-rated area with any of the ‘Twilight’ titles.” Read the rest of this entry »
Twilight Breaking Dawn movie to film in Louisiana And Vancouver. According to MTV news, the upcoming “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn” movie will be filming in both Baton Rouge,Louisiana and Vancouver,Canada this fall. They say that Breaking Dawn will be split into two separate films,but will be shot simultaneously.
The filming will start this fall,and will continue into the next year.However, there is no exact start date for the filming of Breaking Dawn,but the first half is set to hit theaters on November 18,2011. The second half doesn’t have an official release date yet,but the studio is exploring multiple dates for 2010 at this time. They’re also still questioning the idea of filming it in 3-D. Summit Entertainment says that the discussions are currently going on about that,but no decision has been made yet. Read the rest of this entry »
Kristen Stewart talks being a vamp & more in Twilight Breaking Dawn. “Twilight Saga” leading lady Kristen Stewart recently talked with Cinematical at the recent Twilight convention in Los Angeles,California about the upcoming “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn” movie,being a vampire,and more. Kristen revealed that they’ll be filming “Breaking Dawn” for about 6 months.
She stated, “The shoot is going to be something like six months. We start in October. I think we’re not going to be finished until maybe March or something, maybe February. I clearly don’t really look at the schedule. I had to hold onto this forever. They’ve been talking about it for a really long time and we all definitely knew that it was going to be two movies forever now. It’s been really hard not to say that. We’re all really stoked on that.” Read the rest of this entry »
Taylor Lautner talked Twilight Breaking Dawn with Cinematical. “Twilight Saga” werewolf star Taylor Lautner recently talked with AOL’s Cinematical website about the upcoming “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn” movie at the recent Los Angeles “Eclipse” press junket, and he revealed that he’s excited Breaking Dawn is splitting into two films,preparing himself for romantic scenes,taking his shirt off,and more.
First, he revealed how excited he was that Breaking Dawn is splitting into two films. He stated, “I do know it will be two, which I am extremely excited about. It is going to be great. Bill Condon is doing both. I it going to be awesome and I can’t wait to work with him.” Read the rest of this entry »