teamedwardfaneclipse wrote:I heard they aren't going to make a breaking dawn movie because Steph has too many "young readers" .
And i got it from a person who's got insight .
Sorry to get your hopes down. I wish they would, though!!!! Maybe i'm wrong? Hopefully(and as long as it's better than the Twilight movie, ugh!)!!!
I loved the soundtrack, though. DECODE!!!
I was under the impression that her adversion to doing BD was not because of her young viewers, but the fact that she doesn't see how they could put Reneesme to screen. She said something about this on her website that she doesn't see how a real human could potray her (ie the rapid growth and unique characteristics) Also, that this would be impossible bc CGI hasn't made a realitisc human yet. http://www.stepheniemeyer.com/bd_faq.html
Additionaly, Steph series has been geared towards a young adult audience and so her books have followed suit, but she still remained close to her Mormon beliefs in them (IE no sex before marriage, etc.) So when she was writting Breaking Dawn she knew who her audience was and I believed that she catered to that. Yes, Bella and Edward did have sex in the book, but Steph did not write about the act specfically, she did a fade to black. So I am sure that if she has her say if the movie ever gets made that she would still stick with the PG13 "action" And that would go for the violance in the book as well (meaning Bella's birth scene) I doubt we will be burdended with seeing this in a blood bath scene. But again if Summit has the rights to do the movie this is all dependent on them, the screen writter, and the director in which way they want to do this. Bottom line, I don't think Steph has as much say as we would like her to have.