DramaPrincezz013 wrote:I think it's really cool that Stephenie is co-producer and all. It gives me hope. (:
However, at the same time--and I don't know if this would have anything to do with Stephenie being co-producer or not--I am worried that this will effect the Isle Esme scene. Will it be a stupid copout fade-to-black scene just like in the books? Let's hope not.
I was also personally hoping that they would have more action at the end. I wasn't upset about it in the book, but from a visual standpoint, it wouldn't make for a very good scene in the movie. Very boring and not interesting to watch. I mean it's one of the last scenes in the last movie of the saga. Shouldn't it be a bit more epic? So would this as well be affected by Stephenie being co-producer, or would it make a difference?
My opinion is that they will have to keep close to the book on the "fade-to-black" scene as they have to keep at least the PG-13 rating. I don't think that Summit will allow them to show too much so that it would go to an R rating. Then again...ratings have changed alot so they may be able to show a little more. They have several morning after shots to deal with (the feathers and the headboard) and then there's the part of the birth...but I actually like it the way it is in the books. I guess I think it's better to leave some things to the imagination...
The action with the Volturi, I sort of agree as far as the making the movie better. This is going to be a very difficult for the film(s) because there's so much that's internal. Everything the vampires do is internal except for the one able to control the elements, if I remember correctly. Bella's able to see her shield but no one else can, there's Alec's fog, Kate's electric current, Zafrina's visions, Renesmee's talent. So far, they have only shown one of Alice's visions...it should be interesting. The wolves will be there this time unlike when the Volturi show up in Eclipse. Maybe they'll show a flashback of the real werewolves, instead of shapeshifters as the pack is found to be. Haha...wouldn't it be a hoot to show Michael Sheen as Lucian in a flashback for the werewolves the Volturi hunted to almost extinction?
Seriously though, I don't think they can do much with action at the standoff scene though because that was the whole point. If fighting started, there would be no stopping it. But maybe they can find a way.
The last scene though, they should leave exactly like the book. The last scene is Bella letting Edward see her thoughts. /sigh...it's a wonderful ending/beginning for their story.