Thriller Twilight Movies In Order Twilight was originally a book series written by Stephenie Meyer that has since turned into one of the most successful movie sagas to ever hit the big screen. Since its inception, there have been over million book sales alone, as well as five different movies which are based on the original novels. The movies take you on an epic journey following the experiences of average teenager Isabella Swan. She meets a supposed teenager, Edward Cullen who is really a vampire born in the early 19th century.
Cope Production Development Stephenie Meyer 's paranormal romance novel Twilight was originally optioned by Paramount Pictures ' MTV Films in Aprilbut the screenplay that was subsequently developed was substantially different from its source material. Rosenberg said Hardwicke "was a great sounding board and had all sorts of brilliant ideas I'd finish off scenes and send them to her, and get back her notes.
But at the same time, we have a separate responsibility to make the best movie you can make.
They were really interested in my ideas",  and, " They let me have input on it and I think they took 90 percent of what I said and just incorporated it right in to the script.
When Summit [Entertainment] came into the picture, they were so open to letting us make rules for them, like "Okay, Bella cannot be a track star. Bella cannot have a gun or night vision goggles. And, no jet skis Certain scenes from the book were cut from the film, such as a biology room scene where Bella's class does blood typing.
Hardwicke explains, "Well [the book is] almost pages—you do have to do the sweetened condensed milk version of that We already have two scenes in biology: For a film, when you condense, you don't want to keep going back to the same setting over and over.
So that's not in there. Rosenberg said that "you don't really see James and the other villains until to the last quarter of the book, which really won't work for a movie. You need that ominous tension right off the bat.
We needed to see them and that impending danger from the start. And so I had to create back story for them, what they were up to, to flesh them out a bit as characters.
Our greatest critic, Stephenie Meyer, loves the screenplay, and that tells me that we made all the right choices in terms of what to keep and what to lose.
Invariably, you're going to lose bits and pieces that certain members of the audience are going to desperately want to see, but there's just a reality that we're not making 'Twilight: The Book' the movie.
Twilight author Stephenie Meyer  Kristen Stewart was on the set of Adventureland when Hardwicke visited her for an informal screen test that "captivated" the director. Then she got a call about a guy in London. That electricity, or love at first sight, or whatever it is.
I made him swear on a stack of Bibles. Meyer had also stated that Rachael Leigh Cook resembled her vision of Alice. Reed commented, "I don't want to say it's a coincidence, because we do work well together, and we have a great history.
I think we make good work, but it's more that the people that hire [Hardwicke] to direct a film of theirs [have] most likely seen her other work. The role had already been cast by the time that production ended in Decemberbut the actor who had been selected "fell through"; Lutz subsequently auditioned and was flown to Oregon, where Hardwicke personally chose him."I know the consequences of the choices you're making." Edward to Isabella Although more fight action is apparent in the change from the last sequel (New Moon, ), to the new Twilight Saga: Eclipse, it is a film in eclipse—the story is so slow as to make you feel drained of blood, Kristen Stewart (Bella) has even fewer expressions than in previous Twilights, Taylor Lautner (Jacob) seems.
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Nov 20, · Watch video · Title: Twilight () / Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? Use the HTML below/10(K). Disc 2: Twilight Special Features Deleted scenes, *new* jump-to’s, “the adventure begins: the journey from page to screen”: a 7-part documentary, Comic-Con featurette, cast interviews, premiere red carpet footage, music featurettes, a conversation with Stephenie Meyer and more.
Aug 23, · For two days, Twilight is making its way back to movie theaters around the country, giving fans of the box office phenomenon and Stephanie Meyer's bestselling series a chance to take a trip Home Country: US.
The first film in the TWILIGHT franchise. Two hearts, two fates and two worlds - human and vampire - collide when Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson) fall in love.