Breaking DawnAs Twilight fans we are excited to see the details about Bella’s wedding dress. But it remains as closely guarded as the designer of the future Queen Kate Middleton’s dress. The first trailer for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 had lots of scene of the real royal couple’s elegant invitation, but it could hardly see a good peek at the gown. We have it on good word that Caroline Herrera designed the dress of the year.
Breaking DawnKristen Stewart (Bella) and Robert Pattinson (Edward) get married, but however the story is not all full of scenes that smell like roses. In fact, Kristen Stewart (Bella) and Taylor Lautner get into a huge fight in the movie. This scene must be watch by all of the twilight saga Fans!.
Breaking DawnIn order to keep the budget on both parts of Breaking Dawn reasonable, even though it is substantially greater than the previous installments in the series, much of the film was shot in Louisiana. Shooting in Louisiana provided larger tax credits, which a small studio like Summit Entertainment would find favorable. Summit announced in a press release on July 9, 2010, that filming was to take place in Baton Rouge and Vancouver. Both parts will be shot back-to-back as one project. The film will attempt to keep its PG-13 rating, and it will not feature any of the gruesome scenes from the novel with Kristen Stewart confirming that the birth scene wasn't as grotesque as described in the book and that she didn't "puke up blood", though director Bill Condon said that they shot everything as "powerful and potent as they could".
Breaking DawnFilming officially began on November 1, 2010 in Brazil, with locations in Rio de Janeiro and Paraty.[ The first scenes were shot in the Lapa District in Rio de Janeiro for one night. A long city block was rented for shooting, and Summit Entertainment paid residents $50 to $500 reais ($30 to $300 in American dollars) to not allow paparazzi or fans to overlook filming from their windows. Moreover, owners of bars and restaurants were paid $10,000 and $20,000 reais ($6,000 to $12,000 in American dollars) to stay closed for the evening to eliminate noise and provide a clear street.
Breaking DawnShooting then moved to Paraty where the honeymoon scenes were shot. According to Paraty's Tourism Office, filming took place in the Taquari area, near an unidentified waterfall and in Saco do Mamanguá beach where a mansion is located. In late November, shooting moved to Baton Rouge, Louisania and, reportedly, a few scenes were shot in Aresnal Park using green screens. It took about four to five weeks to shoot the ending sequence of Part 2 which would consume about twenty-seven minutes of the film. The sequence was shot using a green screen and fake snow with 75 actors on set.
Breaking DawnIn late February and early March, shooting began in Vancouver, Canada. However, the cast and crew were evacuated from the set due to the tsunami advisories resulting from the 9.0-magnitude earthquake that hit Japan on March 11, 2011. Toni Atterbury, a spokeswoman for the film, said that "the crew was moved to higher ground" as a safety precaution and "the shoot was delayed for a few hours, but the day’s work was accomplished".
Breaking DawnTherefore, filming relocated in Squamish, British Columbia, but a few scenes were shot in the Orpheum theater in Vancouver with the Vancouver police covering all the entrances of the theater. Summit Entertainment announced the designer of Kristen Stewart‘s character Bella’s wedding dress to be Carolina Herrera. The wedding scene in Part 1 was also shot under tight security. Off-duty police officers surrounded the set, and sheets and umbrellas were used to protect the set in order to avoid aerial shots being taken.
Breaking DawnFilming wrapped on April 15, 2011, ending the franchise's three years of production since March 2008. However, on April 22, what is believed to be additional scenes that will fit into the honeymoon sequence were filmed on St. Thomas Island in the Caribbean.
Breaking DawnComing Soon received a new image for the upcoming Bill Condon-directed adaptation of Stephenie Meyer's Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1 of course. The new image, well, once again displays our lovey dovey couple, unsurprisingly Edward Cullen and Bella Swan. No racy image this time about been on the bed, instead Edward (Robert Pattinson) wants Bella (Kirsten Bell) to feel his heart. More old images appear after that particular photo.Oh, in case you were out of this world, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 is scheduled for 18 November release, with the finale part 2 is scheduled for 16 November 2012 release. Both parts are directed by Bill Condon and distributed by Summit Entertainment.
Breaking DawnThe Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, commonly referred to as Breaking Dawn, is an upcoming two-part romantic-fantasy film directed by Bill Condon and based on the novel Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer. The two parts form the fourth and final installment in the popular The Twilight Saga series. Wyck Godfrey and Karen Rosenfelt will serve as executive producers for the film, along with the author of the series, Stephenie Meyer; the screenplay will be written by Melissa Rosenberg, the screenwriter of the first three entries. All three main cast members, Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, and Taylor Lautner, will reprise their roles.
Breaking DawnTaylor Lautner is currently shooting the final two films in the franchise that made him the most famous teen werewolf since Michael J. Fox put on a basketball uniform.
Breaking DawnBut despite no shortage of jokes about Lautner’s abs and his lines as Jacob Black, the “Twilight” star has a more ambitious career, one filled with meaty and dramatic roles, on his mind.
Breaking DawnTo achieve that, he’s looking at someone else who made the jump from teen pin-up to serious actor: Tom Cruise.
In 2011, Lautner will appear in his first major lead role with “Abduction,” a film that, though a commercial thriller, gave the 18-year-old a chance to work with an auteur director, John Singleton of “Boyz N the Hood” fame.
Breaking DawnLautner already had admired Cruise, and Singleton coached him on how to follow in the A-lister’s path (professionally). “I told him to watch the transition from ‘Top Gun’ to ‘Rain Man’ to ‘Born on the Fourth of July,’ “ Singleton told 24 Frames of his sessions with Lautner. “To think about what he did as a young man and what he did later on. And then think about what you want to do.”
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