Saturday, January 9, 2010

In Touch (Sweden): The Fight Over Breaking Dawn


The Transalation:-

The "Twilight"- ensemble and the producers are not getting along about the making of the fourth movie in the success franchise. Will Breaking Dawn ever get to the screen?


New Moon is still going strong at the cinemas- it earned almost 2 billion only during the first three weeks. but the producers are already turning their attention to the fourth book in the "Twilight"- saga, Breking Dawn (or as long as we both shall breathe as it is called in swedish). Unfortunately there is a big share of obstacles on the way for it to be put in to a movie (the filming of the third movie in the saga, Eclipse, ended in October and the movie's premiere is June 30th). Here we reveal what's at stake for Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner and the rest of the crew:



Directed Requirements

While production is still looking for a director to Breaking Dawn the stars of the movie are determined that they want the director from New Moon, Chris Weitz, to get the honour"Rob, Taylor and Kristen sat down and wrote a letter trying to get Chris back", a source reveals. "I had such a great experiense with Chris. He was passionate, caring and compassionate", says Kristen.



All are compatible replacement

Another Movie means another risk of being fired from the cast- and no one goes safe. Taylor had to fight for his part in New Moon, and Rachelle Lefevre got replaced by Bryce Dallas Howard (see picture) in Eclipse."The cast members are not so irreplaceable that they want to believe", a source confirms to "Life & Style". And obviously that doesn't feel good for the young actors. Everytime a co-star gets sacked it raises the concern in the camp. "The entire cast is really close", Taylor explains. "It was really sad when Rachelle had to go."


Controversial scenes

Spoileralert: the ones that make it will have alot of material to work with from Stephenie Meyers fourth book. Unlike the first three lame books, Breaking Dawn contains passionate kissing sequences, wild sexgames and a scary birth.Kristen who plays a prostitute in the upcoming movie "Welcome to the Rileys", and Rob who had a piquant gay Scene in "Little Ashes", are ready for the challenge. But the Studio are detemined to keep it to a PG-13 for the younger fans of Twilight. "Just as in the other movies it will be incredibly sexy without the sex", the source insists. "These movies are really for the fans, so they don't want to depart from the books to much. But the chemistry betwen Rob & Kristen is so obvious that it expresses sufficient without unnecessary graphic moves."



Three Movies?

It can be very difficult to get them to accept a dried-out version of the book, but the hardest part will be to renegotiate each stars contract. In the beginning the cast signed up for three movies (Twilight, New Moon and Eclipse), so it can be very coaxed to get the actors to agree on a deal for Breaking Dawn. "This is the golden Egg for Summit Entertainment, and the company is going to milk out as much as possible from it". the source noted. "It wouldn't come as a surprise if the studio divides the 754 page thick book in to three movies to get as much as possible from them".If that would happen, Taylor and the rest of the cast can expect BIG paychecks. "Everyone wants a piece of the cookie", the source says. "They can see how much money New Moon brings in and want their fair share, which is probably one of the reason for why the movie is on hold. The Studio wants to keep the wages in check, but it won't be easy."



Indecisive Vampires

The first three movies was filmed in the space of 20 months, but this time it will take much more time. but the cast isprobably happy for the break, since many in the cast worries about being placed in a certain movie box. Therefore they're now eagerly putting up other projects- which can cause big conflicts in the schedule. Kristen has the movies K-11 and "An American Girl" on the go, while Taylor has signed up for the action series "Max Steel". And Rob? In February he will begin to filming "Bel Ami" in Budapest and for the next summer he's going to do a western movie called "Unbound Capitves", in New Mexico. "It is two completely different movies", he says. "I don't want to be a vampire for the rest of my life".



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Kristens Choice

Kristen works for the chance of having New Moon director Chris Weitz to do Breaking Dawn, but the studio bosses aren't convinced.


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They decide

Thanks to the sucess of New Moon the stars Taylor, Kristen and Robert has had much more to say about things which does not bode well before Breaking Dawn since Rob isn't fond of how the series has been developed. "I've seen the movies twice and I wasn't exactly delighted", he says.


via RPLife


Pleaseeeee Summit!!! Please make Breaking Dawn as a movie. Two movies? Three movies? or even four....we don't care. Just bring it to live!!! And...if possible...we want it like the book...as in wedding ceremony, Isle Esme honeymoon love scenes and the birth. Well, that might fall under 18 category...but how else to do it? Or maybe, just do it two version....PG13 and PG18 :D. It won't give us any kick or satisfaction watching Breaking Dawn as PG13 version :P.

2 comments:

atiza shaemri said...

i'm agree dat breaking dawn should be pg13 bcoz of the young fans..
but i'm so much agree if it is pg18 so that it is much similar to the book..haha
pliz make it pg18..so much better..^_^

iena amoi said...

yeap2!! need it to be 18 category. If not, chances even the kissing scenes been cut here in M'sia is high. Sucks!!