While on his promotional travels in France, Robert Pattinson officially announced that Breaking Dawn will see the light of day. Breaking Dawn is the fourth and final book in The Twilight Saga, and sees Bella and Edward's epic story come to a close. There's no release date yet, though it's rumored that 2011 is the year the movie franchise will end.
Pattinson was in Cannes to promote New Moon, and to attend a film festival party or two. Is all the New Moon filming taking its toll? In our humble opinion, he's looked better. Posted 05.20.09 by reelz
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Access Hollywood is reporting that the fourth movie in The Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn, has been given the green light for a 2011 release. Up until now, Breaking Dawn's future was uncertain -- it was the only book not contracted for a movie.
Paul Pflug, Summit's entertainment rep, has neither confirmed or denied the rumor, saying only "Summit has no comment on that rumor at this time." With Twilight being a steady cash cow for Summit, it wouldn't come as a surprise to have this confirmed as true.
If Breaking Dawn did go ahead, we're betting numerous scenes would have to be cut and toned down, in order for it to get author Stephenie Meyer's PG-13 seal of approval. We're predicting that chapter eighteen is the first thing to go -- it's too reminiscent of John Hurt's famous R-rated death scene in Alien. Posted 04.20.09 by reelz