MTV caught a quick video interview with Anna Kendrick at last nights Golden Globes, where they got a chance to ask her if she knew anything about the Breaking Dawn filming. Not surprisingly she doesn’t have any information, Access Hollywood reached a similar dead end when they questioned Taylor Lautner. It looks like we will just have to wait and see what happens! She was also asked her opinion on Breaking Dawn being split into two movies, to which she was fine with either option. In the end she concluded it’s simply ‘not her call’. Here is an excerpt, you can watch (or read) the whole interview at MTV by clicking here.
..She had a lot to talk about. Like “Breaking Dawn,” the final novel in the “Twilight” series. Depending on whom you speak with, Stephenie Meyer’s last Bella and Edward book will either be split into two films or remain intact.
“If it is [split], great. If it’s not, great,” Kendrick insisted, saying it’s not that she doesn’t care, but that she has no control over the situation. “I understand why they would want to do that, but it’s not my call.
“I find out when the fans find out. That’s true,” she laughed when asked when she expects to be briefed on how “Breaking Dawn” will be shot. “You will find out before I find out, actually. Text me.”
What’s your opinion on Breaking Dawn being two movies? Share in the comments!
Despite the heavy downpour in Hollywood, Taylor Lautner wasn’t letting anything dampen his first Golden Globes experience. Plus, does Taylor reveal where the fourth film in the “Twilight Saga” will be shooting?
No, no he doesn’t. Taylor speculates that possible filming locations include Vancouver or Portland, but admits that nothing is for sure, and it sounds to me just like off the top of his head speculation. Still a fun video of Taylor at his first Golden Globes!
The LA Times has a new interview with with Chaske
Spencer ‘Sam Uley’, where he talks Rob and Kristen (he’s tired of answering
questions about their relationship!) and how he plans to bulk up for
Pasternak, who trained Robert Pattinson on the first film and the recent juggernaut “New Moon,” advised Spencer to avoid typical “beach muscles” like his biceps and chest. Instead, he told the 34-year-old to focus on the upper back to create a burly neckline and narrow “shoulder-to-waist ratio.”
We’re sure his efforts will be handsomely displayed when “Breaking Dawn” begins shooting this fall. Meanwhile, the young man faces rampant promotion this June for “Eclipse” and is already dreading inquires about his maybe-dating costars Pattinson and Kristen Stewart…
You can read the whole article on the LA Times blog by clicking here!
“Wyck Godfrey, the producer of all the films in the “Twilight” saga, admits that the creative team still doesn’t know how they’ll handle the character [Renesmee] in the “Breaking Dawn” movie, but said that the plan is absolutely for the production to go forward — as either one or two installments — with an eye toward beginning to shoot in Vancouver this fall. All three stars are signed for “Breaking Dawn,” he said, meaning that Stewart and Pattinson will be dealing with the joys and woes of interspecies parenting and newly minted heartthrob Taylor Lautner will return as often-shirtless shape-shifter Jacob Black.
At the moment, screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg, who’s penned all the “Twilight” movies, is working on the “Breaking Dawn” script(s). “It’s a work in process,” Godfrey said in an interview Friday. “The issue [of whether there will be one or two movies] is not going to be resolved until we get the full treatment and see whether it’s organic. If it’s not organic, I don’t think it will be done, and if it is, it will be. It really has to do with how much level of detail from the books there is, with all of these new vampires that appear in ‘Breaking Dawn,’ the whole section about Jacob… It’s a very long single movie if it does become a single movie.”
The two-week $481 million worldwide gross of “New Moon” has vaulted Summit Entertainment into the big leagues, but it also has created a high-class challenge for toppers Rob Friedman and Patrick Wachsberger.
They will likely have to cut a few big checks if they decided, as rumored, to split Stephenie Meyer’s final “Twilight” novel, “Breaking Dawn,” into two pictures. Sources said Summit has set Melissa Rosenberg — who wrote the first three films — to finish the series, but Summit has to clear several hurdles before Rosenberg learns how many more scripts she’ll write.
One of those hurdles is figuring out whether “New Moon” director Chris Weitz will respond favorably to overtures from the film company and the cast to shoot two more films, back to back.
The LA Times has an article on possible directors that they think should direct Breaking Dawn.
“Breaking Dawn” will see the light of day and that’s exciting news for “Twilight” fans who thought it couldn’t be done.
With countless challenges ahead for anyone hired to helm the project, Summit would be well advised to take their buckets of cash and invest in a director who knows makeup, special effects and young love and won’t balk at the thought of a rapidly growing vampire baby. Not to mention inheriting the vampires and werewolves of past directors Catherine Hardwicke, Chris Weitz and David Slade.
Who is worthy of such a challenge? We’ve thought of six so far….
View the article here and post in our comments who you think should direct Breaking Dawn.