Wednesday, April 21, 2010

'Twilight: Breaking Dawn' Revelations

WELL ANYTHING RIGHT NOW TO HELP US KNOW WHATS GOING ON WITH BREAKING DAWN THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF THE SAGA WILL BELLA OR WONT SHE? (EVEN THO WE KNOW LOL)

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More 'Twilight: Breaking Dawn' revelations. Melissa Rosenburg is the screenwriter behind Summit Entertainment's wildly popular vampire series "The Twilight Saga". She recently revealed some more information regarding the fourth installment in the series titled "Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn".

Melissa was in attendance at the "Twilight Saga: New Moon" DVD release party held by Fred Meyers in Seattle, Washington when she revealed the following information.

First and foremost, Rosenburg explained how she planned to condense an 800-page book into a movie with a two hour runtime. She stated, "Very carefully. You start with, and you end with, what is the emotional journey with these characters. That is the most important thing to capture, that is the only thing to capture. Everything else is up for grabs, but you must take these characters on the same emotional journey that they took in the book, and hence take the audience on the same emotional journey that they took in the book and that’s the goal, you hope that you achieve that. some people would say I did, some people would say I don’t.”

Next, she discussed the primary challege of writing "Breaking Dawn" and not being able to please everyone. She explained, “It’s the big one, it’s gonna be a big challenge, and I guarantee you that not all of the fans will be happy, and I guarantee you some of them will be. You have to give up the ideal of making everybody happy, it’s just not gonna happen, but you hope you make the majority happy. Again, for that last book it is about taking that specific character Bella on her journey. It’s a big journey, it’s a massive change for her, and you hope to realize that.”

She then went on to reveal that the production of "Twilight: Breaking Dawn" will begin very soon. She said, "It's coming up very soon, it's all deep into the discussions and working on the story, and figuring out what it's gonna be...we're deep in the middle of it."






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