I've heard that screenplays are frequently changed or adjusted when filming is done. Can you remember any scenes in any of the Twilight films that changed significantly from what was in the script to what was actually filmed?
Why oh why did they use MR.... I really don't agree with her scripts... I think she is cutting out too many important things (even thought they are little) and add things that aren't necessary... I do understand that they can't put the whole book in two hours but if you cut scenes from the book away to save time, you can't add other (not from the book) scene...
but as I think they will stand up for MR... I thought of a better question...
Why did they use different color themes... for the first movie it was a bit blue-ish, for the second it had a golden tone... and the last one was softer... were they searching for the right look or was it a decision from the director?
These violent delights, have violent endings...Like fire and gunpowder, they consume what they kiss
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Some of the new scenes have worked for me. I liked the way they introduced Jacob's character with the truck in book one, and I loved the scene where Edward jumps on the bonnet of Bella's car! And sometimes the dialogue is better. I thought what Edward said in the proposal was better in the movie than it was in the book.
Another question I would ask them is how they pick their directors? What are they looking for when they hire them?