“I got to see a lot of footage from it,” Ashley said. “And it looks really amazing.
“For one, the werewolves just look incredible in this one,” Greene said, adding that the beastly transformations of Jacob Black and his buddies are much improved over their “Breaking Dawn” manifestations. “They looked good in the last one, but of course we’re always trying to outdo ourselves, and so they look really incredible.
“Then, the whole fight sequence that I’ve seen really looks amazing,” Greene said of another of her favorite moments in the film, which is expected to bring more action and blood than any of the previous “Twilight” movies. “We worked our tails off for it.”
Singling out one more moment, she added: “I definitely think there is one scene in particular between Jackson [Rathbone]’s character Jasper and my character Alice that I think everyone is going to like.”
With just over two months left before the eagerly anticipated film’s release, Ashley left her “Twilight” fans with some encouraging words: “I don’t think anyone will be disappointed.”
It has just been officialy confirmed- the premiere for The Twilight Saga: Eclispe will be on June 24, 2010. Rumors were saying that the premiere would be at Grauman’s Chineese Theatre on June 24, but Summit has stated that the location hasn’t been officialy decided. Yes we are getting closer to The Twilight Saga: Eclipse!
One of the films expected to battle for the summer box office crown or at least place in the top five is the third “Twilight” feature, “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.” The second installment, “New Moon,” broke the single day all-time opening record with $72 million, is currently the third biggest 3-day opening of all time with $142 million and ended up with $296 million domestic and $707 million worldwide. And that was all in November when many of the franchise’s younger fans had school on Friday (although let’s assume many of them cut out early). “Eclipse’s” June 30 release should find those young tween girls out of school and flocking to the theater. Adding more intrigue to the box office gross is that “Eclipse” will also be released in IMAX theaters which feature higher ticket prices. So, a larger opening weekend is guaranteed right? No doubt, but what happens after that?