Edward Cullen and Bella Swan have dominated the silver screen since Profile"">Twilight premiered in '09 and blew up at the box office.
When November '09 rolled around and Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009) Movie Profile"">The Twilight Saga... was set to open, fans had pre-purchased tickets three months
in advance just to get in on opening night. We are only months away
from the theatrical release of Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010) Movie Profile"">The Twilight Saga:...
and fans are already planning their trip to Grauman's Chinese Theatre
for the star-stuffed premiere.
Due to the extreme popularity of the
films, it is only natural that rumors surround the last film The
Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn (2011). Experts have speculated on
directors tied to the project such as Gus Van Sant, and fans have
questioned the capability of film makers to implement the technology
needed to create Renesmee Cullen. Everyone has an opinion on the film,
and as new rumors run rampid, we have uncovered the truth behind the
making of Breaking Dawn.
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are the only names tied to the film. That is a major red flag
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of the actors, it is apparent that the information is not complete.
Lutz, whom according to IMDb, isn't even listed in the film hinted
to the fact that Breaking Dawn was a go. Last month, the actor
expressed his opinions about the last installment in the Twilight Saga
being shot in 3-D. Lutz told reporters,
"I heard they were talking about [making Breaking Dawn in 3-D]. I
don't really care to see it in 3-D. 3-D kind of hurts my eyes
anyways." This omission prompted fans to believe that the film is all
set and ready for production, but it is not.
All the rumors and speculation surrounding this film is surley dizzy, but we finally have
the official word from the studio. A rep for Summit Entertainment reports to GossipCop, "There is still no start date,
no director, no production schedule, and no decision about whether
Breaking Dawn will be one or two films."
Breaking Dawn will get made, but the details are currently being worked out behind closed
doors. Due to the complex subject matter, a lot of technical detail
will need to be mapped out before this film can begin production.