BIG ‘Breaking Dawn’ News: Producer Wyck Godfrey On Where Two Films Will Split, Bella-Edward Sex and More!

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Finally! Someone is answering our most burning questions about “The Twilight Saga“‘s two-part finale, “Breaking Dawn.” ProducerWyck Godfrey recently sat down with USA Today to address fan queries, including where the two films will split, how the honeymoon scene will stick to a PG-13 rating (ooh la la!) and the logistics of the grisly birthing scene.

We’ve long suspected “Breaking Dawn: Part 1″‘s closing moments would revolve around Bella’s transformation into a vampire—whether hinting at what was to come or showing an actual bloodsucking glimpse. Well, Wyck has confirmed our suspicions saying, “We basically want to take the audience through the emotional part of Bella’s journey as she becomes a vampire. The first part will cover the wedding, the honeymoon and the birth.” The first film will end right before Bella turns (meaning director Bill Condon might be able use some of our closing scene suggestions!).

But let’s be honest, we can quibble and speculate all we want about the films’ dividing point, but what we really want to hear about is Bella, Edward and all those feathers. Wyck was quick to emphasize that “Breaking Dawn”‘s Isle Esme sex scene will NOT be something worthy of Skinemax. “It does not become soft porn,” he said. “It is a legitimate and important part of the movie, romantic and sensual.” And really, that’s what we’ve always loved about “Twilight”—the romance. Though we’ll admit the “sensual” part is getting us pretty excited, too.

As creative and complex as the honeymoon scene will likely be, it sounds as though even more thought has been put into tastefully portraying the movie’s graphic birthing scene, in which Edward literally bites their baby out of Bella’s womb. Shudder. Thankfully, the film’s masterminds have devised an ingenious solution: It will be seen through Bella’s eyes. “She is looking through the haze, experiencing pain and everything rushing around her,” Wyck explained. “We only see what she sees.” In my mind, I’m envisioning something similar to Bella’s vampire venom-induced hallucinations from “Twilight.” Now, if only Robert Pattinson could be the soundtrack to this painful moment!

To read the entire Wyck Godfrey Q&A (including how filmmakers will handle the scenes told from Jacob’s point of view), visit USAToday.com.


Breaking Dawn Part One Title Card Has Meaning

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MTV News Article written by Kara Warner

Keeping with the tradition and look of the first three films, “Twilight,” “New Moon” and “Eclipse,” this “Dawn” title card has the same font (its official name is Zephyr) that fans have come to know and love. And while the card for “Twilight” was red, “New Moon” was gold and “Eclipse” was shiny silver, this card for Part 1 of “Dawn” is a reddish orange — the color of, well, the sky as dawn breaks. According to Summit, each card has a unique color to reflect the tone of the story.

So judging from this intense color, what might we expect from the film that we don’t already know about? Those who’ve read and obsessed over Stephenie Meyer’s novels know that the conclusion to the “Twilight Saga” packed a punch, complete with a vampire transformation, a marriage, ababy and a battle.

I think that this ending will be epic and will be with us forever just like Bella and Edward.

The First ‘Eclipse’ Trailer Is Out March 12…It Just Gets Better and Better

Okay Twilight Fans, I’ve been gone for a minute but I am back…again. The newest edition of the Twilight Saga has yet another trailer to massage our twilight fix until the movie comes out this summer. It’s only been three months since New Moon released but us true fans want Twilight and want it now. New Moon left us guessing whether Bella would accept Edward’s proposal in exchange for him to turn her into a vampire. Those who have read the book already know her answer but with Bella and Edward’s relationship…you never know what the director will have in store for us this time. New Moon DVD is to be released on March 20 and pre-orders are starting as we speak so get your copy ASAP!

Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner Grew ‘Very Close’ Before ‘New Moon’ – Movie News Story | MTV Movie News

Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner Grew ‘Very Close’ Before ‘New Moon’ – Movie News Story | MTV Movie News

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Taylor Lautner with Fans Photo: Chris Polk/Polkimaging.com

Taylor Lautner with Fans Photo: Chris Polk/Polkimaging.com

Although there will be a little less Edward Cullen in “New Moon” — thanks to the relationship heating up between Bella and Jacob in the “Twilight” sequelRobert Pattinson didn’t mind.

“It was a stress-free job for three months,” the heartthrob told Entertainment Weekly for an upcoming cover story. “All the pressure was on Taylor.”

And Taylor Lautner, who plays Jacob, did feel a lot of pressure. On top of making the leap to leading-man status in the flick, the teen also had to beef up to tackle the role of the rapidly growing werewolf. If he hadn’t, he would have lost the part to another actor, many of whom were clamoring to get in on “Twilight” fever.

“It’s completely understandable why they wanted to make sure he was right,” Kristen Stewart, who plays Bella, said about Lautner’s impressive transformation. “He was so young, 16, so I got it. But I knew he had it. Just because of how I felt around him. I literally saw Jacob in him.”

 

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French ‘New Moon’ Trailer Leaks Online

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in 'Twilight' Photo: Summit Entertainment

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in 'Twilight' Photo: Summit Entertainment

 

Source: MTV.com by Amy Wilkinson

Francophile Twilighters lucked out Wednesday (August 12) when a “New Moon” trailer, entirely in French, surfaced on YouTube. The nearly two-minute clip, which gave fans their first video look at Dakota Fanning as Volturi vampire Jane, was later removed due to copyright claims made by Summit Entertainment.

The bootlegged trailer centered largely on the growing relationship between Bella (Kristen Stewart) and her shape-shifting friend Jacob (Taylor Lautner). Interspersed between “New Moon” footage were interview segments featuring 17-year-old Lautner.

” ‘New Moon’ is much more complex than ‘Twilight,’ ” Lautner said in the interview, dubbed over in French. “Edward’s leaving makes Bella deeply depressive, and Jacob becomes the friend on whom she can always rely. As time passes, you can feel the passion growing. ‘New Moon’ will really bring it up to a whole new level. There’s more action in this movie, especially with the intervention of the wolf pack. I think fans will be really satisfied.”

Though fans were no doubt satisfied with sneak peeks of both Fanning as Jane and the shirtless wolf pack, much of the trailer had been previously released. A scene in which Edward (Robert Pattinson) abandons Bella in the woods was part of the first trailer that debuted earlier this year at the MTV Movie Awards. Another scene, in which Jacob teaches Bella to ride a motorcycle, was screened during the 2009 Comic-Con, while a shot of Jacob comforting Bella was part of a 14-second teaser trailer released Tuesday.

In fact, little of fan-favorite Pattinson was seen in the clips, whose appearances in the sequel rely largely on Bella’s “hallucinations” after he abandons her.

No word yet on whether this trailer will be released officially in English anytime soon, but a new “New Moon” trailer will debut this weekend before screenings of Summit’s battle-of-the-bands flick “Bandslam,” starring Vanessa Hudgens.

‘Twilight’ Has Taken Over The Teen Choice Awards…No Surprise There.

Photo: Kevin Winter / Getty Images

Photo: Kevin Winter / Getty Images

 

83 Million Votes were cast at this year’s Teen Choice Awards and Twilight was one of the big winners, 11 awards for the phenomenon proving that the Teen world is under the Twilight spell.

Once inside, the awards were presented fast and furious. Lautner, Ashley Greene, Kellan Lutz, Justin Chon, Robert Pattinson, Nikki Reed, Jackson Rathbone and Catherine Hardwicke took the stage and braved the shrieks to take home surfboard trophies for Best Drama, Romance, Actor (Pattinson), Actress (Stewart), Villain (Cam Gigandet), Fresh Face Female (Greene), Fresh Face Male (Lautner), Liplock (Stewart and Pattinson) and Rumble (Pattinson and Gigandet). Another highlight came when RPattz and Megan Fox came onstage together to accept their matching Hottie awards.

Stephenie Meyer Accused Of Plagiarizing Novel For ‘Breaking Dawn’

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There are some things you can always count on in one of today’s modern vampire novels: a breathless, cross-species love affair, bone-breaking lovemaking, lots of smoldering eyes and buckets of spilled blood. But, according to TMZ, an author named Jordan Scott claims she saw a few too many similarities between her 2006 vamp tale, “The Nocturne,” and “Twilight” scribe Stephenie Meyer’s 2008 book,“Breaking Dawn.”

In a cease-and-desist letter obtained by the site, Scott’s publisher claims the fourth book in the “Twilight” series has “striking and substantial” similarities to “The Nocturne,” part of a trilogy that 21-year-old musician/author Scott began writing when she was 15.

The letter claims there are a number of coincidences in the plotlines of the books, including a wedding, a post-wedding sex scene, a woman becoming sick because she’s carrying a child with “evil powers” and the death of a main character. The letter from a lawyer for Scott also claims that “both the ideas and in many instances the text” of the two books are very similar.

Among the examples of the similarities is a scene in which a main character is ill from carrying a child with dark powers. In Scott’s book, the description reads in part, “Her face was so pale, it was frightening; and there were beads of sweat pouring down her forehead. She couldn’t even stand, she was so weak. … She was violently ill, vomiting and scarcely able to catch her breath.”

In the allegedly similar scene in “Dawn,” Meyer writes: “Most of her dark hair was pulled away from her face into a messy knot, but a few strands stuck limply to her forehead and neck, to the sheen of sweat that covered her skin. There was something about her fingers and wrists that looked so fragile it was scary. She was sick. Very sick.”

The dozen examples given by Scott’s lawyer display some general similarities in tone and setting common to vampire tales, but, according to TMZ, an unnamed representative for Meyer dismissed the accusation. “The claim that ‘Breaking Dawn’ by Stephenie Meyer somehow infringes on an alleged book by someone named Jordan Scott is completely without merit. Neither Stephenie Meyer nor her representatives had any knowledge of this writer or her supposed book prior to this claim.”

Spokespeople for Scott and Meyer could not be reached for comment at press time.