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I went to see the movie, as "this is it, end of story and journey".
I've never had extreme high hopes, I always wanted to experience, what I did when I read the books: wanted the feeling on screen.
Just to state: BD is my favorite book from the series, because of it's complexity, emotional turmoil, and that "you-never-know" sense.
After the movie one thing was missing: the catharsis.
What was perfect: end-game,…Continue
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Buzznet has a pretty long interview with Jackson Rathbone where he talks about his favorite scenes and memories from the saga as well as the Pranks that they played on set. He also talks about his music and answers fan questions.
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an adorable interview with Billy Wagenseller who plays the Immortal Child in Breaking Dawn Part 2!…Continue
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TwiHardsTwilight are nominated in People’s Choice Awards 2013 , in Favorite Movie Fan Following category…Continue
Italy’s box office got some much-needed good news after The…Continue
Added by sarah cullen on November 18, 2012 at 1:36am — No Comments
The adorable and charming Mackenzie Foy pays a visit to the Young Hollywood Studio to talk about her breakout role as Renesmee, Edward and Bella's daughter, in 'Twilight: Breaking Dawn - Part 2'! She tells all about her experience being a part of this film franchise, if she's read the books yet, and what she did…Continue
Added by sarah cullen on November 18, 2012 at 1:33am — No Comments
Bill talked about how long his first cut was, deleted scenes, what will be on the eventual Blu-ray (he just recorded his commentary and says it’ll have an extended cut), whether he’s been approached to provide additional material for the eventual ultimate box set, how much changed throughout the shooting and post-production, how the MPAA originally gave the film an R and what he had to change in order to get the PG-13, mistakes/flubs on set (he tells a good…Continue
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I watched the movie yesterday and i wanted to rant about it (in a good way) and this might be a spoiler if you havent watched it yet
Ok so Breaking Dawn Part 2 was the most amazing movie i have ever seen and the twist that they put on it was so shocking it was perfect and i wouldnt change anything
the director did it so well and it did put a twist on the whole movie but it was such a good twist i think it was a great end to the saga
the battle scene OMG was so…Continue
Added by Sara Cullen ♥ on November 17, 2012 at 8:24pm — No Comments
I've seen the movie twice now.
First I must say that I loved the movie! I thought Kristen was amazing as Vampire Bella. I loved the humor. Loved the "twist". Here are a few things I wish they had done differently.
When Charlie meets Bella, I wish they would have had her notice his neck/pulse, something to make it more obvious how difficult this was for her.
On the sparkle front I wish they had done a shot after the arm wrestling like the book so that all the Cullens are…Continue
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interview with Mackenzie Foy, Ashley Greene, Peter Facinelli, Elizabeth Reaser, Maggie Gracy and Casey…Continue
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Somewhere down the line, by popular demand there could be a Twilight remake that would re-tell the story of Bella and Edward all over again, for a new audience.
Barring word from K-Stew and R-Patz, would Ashley…Continue
Added by sarah cullen on November 17, 2012 at 3:37am — No Comments
Dakota Fanning is the very embodiment of evil as Jane, a Volturi vamp who kills and tortures for sport, in the Twilight saga.
But the doe-eyed, 18-year-old actress, newly brunette for her role in the upcoming drama Night Moves, said she relished the chance to play against…Continue
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