Dear Bill Condon~
This is important! Do you have any CGI budget left? I hope so. We kid, we kid.
I know it's late in post production, but it's not too late to fix something my husband, who is a non-Twilight fan, pointed out to me with only one viewing of the 'Breaking Dawn - Part 1' trailer on the big screen, . My husband says, "Why is Jacob's wedding invite laminated?"
My response, *crickets*. I have noticed the laminating but didn't think anything of it. HE IS RIGHT! And not only is Jacob's invite laminated badly, but you can tell that everyone else's invite isn't.
See the Voluri or "Resident" and the parent's invites are all regular paper.
Jacob's invite should have been dirty on the back, since Jacob threw it in the mud. The ink might not be running because Alice Cullen didn't print this at Officemax and it's probably printed embossed high-quality raised ink, but the paper should be wet in places. Water on card stock does not bead up. Plus you can clearly see the clear film...GAH.
I am sure that there must be a perfectly reasonable movie reason for laminating this, but if my husband can point this with a fast glimpse, all the TwiFans that drag non-TwiFans to our favorite love story, will too.
Will you please explain what happened?
If I wasn't so excited and fast forwarding to this:
I probably would have noticed the wedding invite. My bad. I should have brought this up months ago. Or even during our talk of sparkles at the Summit Entertainment Comic-Con after-party (I will tell all the rest of you about this soon...mostly fangirling like Kim and I did to David Slade). I am so sorry. Call the CGI people pronto. Pretty please.
To get a laugh over this little *cough* mistake, Bill. My husband thinks it's cause "the dog drools."
Alison from TwiFans.com