| Originally Posted by BachataBride |
Ugh...I don't re-read books either!
Maybe I just don't like anything the second time around, not matter the form! lol
"Twilight" Series and Movie Discussion--WARNING! Spoilers!
Posted 05 September 2009 - 10:01 AM
Posted 05 September 2009 - 10:43 AM
Posted 05 September 2009 - 11:24 AM
I hope they make Breaking Dawn! I would be majorly pissed if they didn't complete the series. I guess a lot will depend on sales and if the Twilight Fever stays around. I'm kind of surprised that the movies isn't out on cable yet. I think I read that Showtime acquired the rights but isn't planning on releasing it until spring of 10. That seems a little silly, especially since New Moon will probalby be on DVD at that point!
Posted 06 September 2009 - 02:13 PM
| Originally Posted by ~*Kathy*~ |
I think the problem they're going to run in to with the BD movie is the (small) sex scene and the birth-giving scene. I mean they want to market this to teens and tweens so they're probably going to want to tread very carefully around those two things, which I think it's a shame since it's part of the book and I think it should be accurate in the movie as well. Just my humble opinion though.
The birth scene, no way around it, it has to be bloody to be accurate. I think teens today can deal with far more than adults give them credit for, and a bloody birth scene should be okay. We'll have to wait and see. They could always do some clever camera angles focusing on faces and not on what's going on south of the abdomen, in an attempt to not traumatize the overly sensitive. I know my brain probably went way further with the blood factor than anyone aside from Rob Zombie could go.
I just want Isle Esme and the wedding filmed, anthing else is icing on the cake.
Posted 14 September 2009 - 12:47 PM
YouTube - Extended Trailer!!! The Twilight saga: ''New Moon'' (VMA's 2009)
Can you say, ohmigod I want November here right now??
Posted 14 September 2009 - 12:58 PM
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