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“I don’t think we’re planning to shy away from anything,” she told OnTheRedCarpet.com. “I think the birth should be as horrifying as it is in the novel. The sex scenes should be as scintillating as they are in the novel, as erotic as they are in the novel. All of it, I think we should see all of it.”
We partnered with MSN Twilight Superfan on the red black carpet to bring YOU coverage of the Eclipse World Premiere! Here’s are interview with the screenwriter of all the Twilight Saga films, Melissa Rosenberg!
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Screenwriter of Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight Saga Films, Melissa Rosenberg, will be appearing at the Writers Guild Foundation for an exclusive interview with Gina Piccalo of the LA Times on July 6th.
This is your chance to hear how Rosenberg’s career (Dexter, Ally McBeal, The O.C., etc.) led to the opportunity to adapt the series, and what it’s meant for her.
Tickets are available to actually go to the event in Los Angeles, CA or for the rest of us who live too far to make it you can also purchase a ticket to watch a Live Online Stream of the event for $9.99 by clicking HERE.
For more general information or for tickets to the physical event see this page.
Melissa Rosenberg has cleared up some rumors for all of us via her Facebook Page. Apparently there WILL indeed be a bloody birth scene, and even sex scenes, in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn film.
Hi y’all! Not sure where some of you got the impression I intended to leave birth scene out of Breaking Dawn, but it’s inaccurate. Of course the birth scene will be in there! And the sex scenes! And the feathers! And the blood! Perhaps you misinterpreted what I said about not needing to see BUCKETS of blood in order to convey the terror of the birth scene. But rest easy all! xoxo Mel
What does this mean for it’s MPAA rating? I don’t know. I can’t imagine a bloody, sexy, movie being rated anything less than R, but who knows maybe they can work some Hollywood magic and pull a PG 13. Regardless I’ll be seeing it, and can’t wait!
[EDIT] Don’t fear young fans, Producer Wyck Godfrey said in an interview, “I feel like the audience of the books and the movies, many of them are under 18; my ten-year-old son goes to these movies, I can’t make an R-rated conclusion to the franchise.” [/EDIT]
Jumping forward to Breaking Dawn, where are you in the scripting stage now?
Deep in the center. Kind of right in the first draft mode, dead center in the middle I’d say. Of both [parts]. I’m kind of writing them simultaneously — writing both outlines and then writing both first drafts because we’re shooting them together. [The producers] need things to prep off of, because they have to find locations, so in some ways I’ve been treating it as one film, but on two different pieces of paper. It’s a huge challenge. It’s a lot of pages!
Where exactly do you envision splitting Breaking Dawn into two parts?
We’re still talking about specifically where, but I think there’s kind of a natural break. You have the first half about Bella being human and a newlywed and pregnant, and the second half is about her being a vampire and a parent. I think somewhere in that transition is where it breaks. We’ve tried a couple of things and I think we’re settling on one, [but] we’re not sure.
Read the whole interview on Fearnet HERE!
EarthsMightiest.com has a new interview with Melissa Rosenberg, screenwriter of The Twilight Saga films about writing the scripts and working with the different directors:
Listen to the interview HERE!
Melissa talks about the writing process, the importance of feedback from other writers, and trying to work on “Twilight” in the midst of the writer’s strike, check it out!