angelz429 wrote:so apparently there's going to be an eclipse & breaking dawn for sure as well...at least according to imdb and its coming out in 2012 & new moon in 2010 & breaking dawn in 2013
dimber wrote:I've just finishing reading the latest interview to Catherine Hardwicke - I can't post the link because it's translated in Italian but I'll try to find out where they took it from.
Anyway, Hardwicke, apart from underlining she hasn't signed yet, says something I was expecting...they're trying to find a way to take Edward on screen more than the book and show how miserable he was while away from Bella. They might also try to represent the voices as Bella's mental images of Edward...in this case they should find a trick to make them different from Alice's visions.
Nothing of what she says in the interviews is carved in stone but it's a good hint of what we should expect!!!
While I was writing I found the link of the interview in English:
nafereti wrote:navarre wrote:I understand what you are saying, and I know about that stupid script "Charlie's Angels" style, but Hardwicke still did not get the movie right. Too much was left out to make sense and the script was horrible!!!!
You can give a skeletal presentation of the book as in what we saw in Twilight, but if you leave out key points, like the Meadow scene which was the basis of this book to begin with and the essence which was first love, true love and the sarcasm and witty banter, then all you have is a empty and hollow vision wrought by the director and script writer.
Hardwicke should stick to her teen angst/skate boarding movies and they need to find a director and writer that truly understands vampire genre and this saga in particular.
Well yeah, I understand but you can't really place all the blame on her. When it comes to making a book into a movie, things are going to get cut out. Her budget wasn't that big to start off with anyway, and so (I believe) that aspect played a big role in the production of the movie.
Plus a lot of books that are made into a movie never fully justify the book. I think the worst book that was made into a movie was Blood and Chocolate. What a disappointment! I had refuse to watch it since it was wayyy off the plot of the story.
So I'm just thankful Twilight was not like that...LOL
navarre wrote:Well, then now you understand how I felt about Twilight - it equals your disappointment in Blood & Chocolate. I know that the budget played a huge part in this movie, but one could have still made sure that at least the meadow scene was done in it's entirety at the expense of some of the useless dialogue and scenes that did not even have anything to do with the book.
She missed the core of Twilight, if she gets New Moon, I hope she'll do great, trust me I would like to be proven wrong.
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