Hi you guys,
As I mentioned a while back the move was planned weeks ago, yet always something happened. Well, now we’ve done it. Still this is not the domain name move I was mentioning but to a new free blog server. Sorry guys but business is low :P.
Anyway… starting on Monday 08.02.2010 we are on blogspot.com… I found it more useful and now I’ve made the move.
Step by step all the old posts will be moved there also, but for now you can read the latest 100 posts plus a few new ones.
So, the new address is http://twilight-s-news.blogspot.com/ learn it, bookmark it, share it… eh… you know what to do with it… Use it and abuse it…
Ah… there’s a poll there that I hope you’ll take a look at and maybe even vote on it… Please do so. It would mean the world to me…
Thank you guys!
With 3 out of 4 books of The Twilight Saga already on the big-screen, Robert Pattinson is all about Breaking Dawn talk these days. In this interview Rob lays it all out for us. He talks of the Eclipse set atmosphere, Stephenie Meyer, and his anxiety of this saga coming to an end.
What are you looking forward to about “Breaking Dawn” being shot back-to-back as two films and of Bill Condon directing them?
I’m glad that it’s Bill Condon. I love his stuff. I haven’t seen the script yet but I am fearful about the series’ end. It’s such a great security blanket. It’s like a net. You can afford to make mistakes when you have another “Twilight” film to make. After that, I guess you’re on your own.
I’m glad the “Breaking Dawn” films will be done together. Because otherwise, it’s quite hard to fit another film in-between each one. Like what happened in “Eclipse”—having to get your mind back to where it was before. I had about a week of preparation time. It was quite stressful in the beginning. With the two films done together, you can just stay in character the whole time.
BreakingDawnMovie.org ♦ Taylor Lautner on Breaking Dawn Movie Two Film Split, Director Bill Condon, Renesmee, and 3-D Version
Taylor Lautner, who plays Jacob Black in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, gives his thoughts on the split of Breaking Dawn into two films in a new interview. Overall, he’s thrilled by the decision–
“I definitely think it was the right thing to do, for the movie and for the book, It’s hard enough to condense 500 pages into a script, but to condense 800 and everything that’s going on in ‘Breaking Dawn,’ it would have been impossible.”
Taylor also has a part of the new films he’s nervous about–but also really excited for–