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Nov 21, 2011

I’ve added 2 more productions stills of Kristen Stewart as Bella Swan in “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1″ to the gallery.







Nov 21, 2011

Reviews for “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1″ might have been, well, mixed, to put it kindly — as of Sunday evening, the movie had a 29% fresh rating on the website Rotten Tomatoes. But the film’s director, Bill Condon, has at least one very prominent supporter: the movie’s star Robert Pattinson.

The 25-year-old English actor, who plays Edward Cullen in the series, had nothing but kind words for Condon, the fourth director to sign on for a “Twilight” film and the man who will conclude the saga next year when “Breaking Dawn — Part 2″ is released. He said he appreciated what the filmmaker was up against: a tonally challenging narrative, a special-effects-intensive production and pressure to meet outsize fan expectations for the first half of the finale of the franchise adapted from author Stephenie Meyer’s bestselling vampire romance novels.

“It was a massive undertaking, much bigger budgets and huge expectations, since it was the last one in the series,” Pattinson said of the production. “There was much more pressure than the last one.” • Read full story »





Nov 21, 2011
Written by Angelic | Filed: 'Breaking Dawn', General News » 0 Comment

Here’s the quote from Bill Condon and Melissa Rosenberg talking about Robert & Kristen in an interview.

Filming a Real-Life Couple (Pattinson and Stewart)

Condon: It was entirely a relief. I can’t imagine doing those scenes with two people who don’t like each other. But did I have to adjust the way they make love to each other? No, it was really good.

Rosenberg: I created the sex scene and then Bill let the actors go, and I don’t think Rob and Kris needed any help with how to perform. [Laughs.]

Source: The Daily Beast





Nov 21, 2011

I’ve added new productions stills of Kristen Stewart in “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1″ movie to the gallery.





Nov 19, 2011

Official BREAKING DAWN estimate is $72 million, or just a bit off from NEW MOON’s $72.7 million. Wknd should wind up around $140M. #twilight

Box Office Report: ‘Twilight: Breaking Dawn’ Eyeing Franchise Best $73.5 Mil Friday

The question now is whether the third installment in Summit Entertainment’s vampire franchise can hit $140 million for the weekend; “Happy Feet Two” looking at soft $22 million to $24 million debut, but is hoping for strong Thanksgiving legs.

Summit Entertainment’s The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn-Part 1 is on course to score the second-best opening of 2011, but it remains to be seen whether it can match the $142.8 million debut of The Twilight Saga: New Moon on the same weekend two years ago.

Source: Hollywood Reporter





Nov 18, 2011
Written by Graces | Filed: 'Breaking Dawn' » 0 Comment

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 grossed $30.25 million from midnight screenings in 3,521 theaters, according to Summit Entertainment.

The sum is the best-ever showing for the franchise, topping the $30.1 million total for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.

Only Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 had a bigger opening midnight haul.

Breaking Dawn earned $8.9 million in overseas territory before even opening in the United States and Canada at 12:01 a.m. on Friday morning.

Gossip Cop will have updates.

Source: Gossip Cop





Nov 17, 2011
Written by Graces | Filed: 'Breaking Dawn' » 0 Comment

LOS ANGELES – A teenage wedding and honeymoon, a half-vampire pregnancy, a violent birth — and that’s only the first part of the tale.

Director Bill Condon knew that bringing Stephenie Meyer’s young-adult novel Breaking Dawn to the big screen meant wading through some seriously intense themes not traditionally seen in a PG-13 film.

As he worked his way through the book to prep for shooting The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1, which opened at midnight Thursday, he was struck by the sheer number of plot points he refers to as “delicate issues.”

“I was reading it going, ‘Wow, so much happens in this story,’ ” says Condon. “It certainly doesn’t play safe. It was daunting.”

Thankfully, the Oscar winner (for Gods and Monsters‘ screenplay) found words of inspiration for his first foray into the world of teen fiction.

“There was one very consistent idea that kept coming through,” he says. “Don’t water it down. There’s something crazy and intense about this book, and you just have to embrace it.”

Meyer’s fourth and final Twilight title has spent 163 weeks on USA TODAY’s Best-Selling Books list since its release in 2008. Condon hopes the legion of “Twi-hard” fans also embraces the closing of the wildly successful film series, which has been split in two (Part 2 will be released next November).

“This was the longest book,” Condon says. “I don’t feel like I made two movies, I feel like I made a really long final chapter. It would have given it short shrift to cram that into one movie.”

The vampire-romance movie series has proven to be a monster force at the box office. The previous three films (2008′s Twilight, 2009′s New Moon and 2010′s Eclipse) have earned a combined $791 million.

But movie fans can be fickle. Breaking Dawn — Part 1 will be a clear gauge to see if they are still feeling the passion for the love triangle between the vampire Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), the human Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) and the werewolf Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner). • Read full story »





Nov 17, 2011
Written by Graces | Filed: 'Breaking Dawn', Interviews, Videos » 0 Comment

View The Video Here

“She’s really in tune, she knows herself pretty well. And that’s a particular type that loves that character. I feel really close to her and have a similar character. That’s why the fans and girls of my age love her. I know they feel the same, I know that’s the common feeling.”

There’s a wedding in the film. How do you like your first wedding?
It’s breathtaking. This scene is so important. I really could let myself go.

Did the wedding dress meet your requirements?
Oh yeah. I’ve never really had a specific vision. But it’s gorgeous. When reading the script I was wondering what I was going to wear. I love that wedding dress.

But even more central is to live together with Edward …
… Absolutely. Bella and Edward have not felt as a family yet. Each one was isolated. Now they have passed the rose-colored glasses, they argue and face their true nature. That’s a big turning point in the relationship.

What do you like about Bella?
She’s in tune with herself and knows herself very well. I feel very close to her and don’t feel like being a completely different person. I know that many fans feel the same. That’s the common feeling we all share.

What can we be looking forward to in the last part, which releases 2012?
Well, I become a vampire. All supernatural expectations come true. Bella has to find her way in the world of vampires. When I open my eyes with the blood-red contact lenses, it gets very exciting (laughs).

Source: 20 Minuten





Nov 17, 2011

I’ve added new promotional stills of Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in “Breaking Dawn: Part 1″ movie to the gallery.





Nov 17, 2011

I’ve added new promotional stills of Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in “Breaking Dawn: Part 1″ movie to the gallery.





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