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Kristen Steward – Bella Swan
Robert Pattinson – Edward Cullen
Taylor Lautner – Jacob Black
Ashley Greene – Alice
Peter Facinelli – Carlisle
Elizabeth Reaser – Esme
Kellan Lutz – Emmett
Nikki Reed – Rosalie
Jackson Rathbone – Jasper
Edi Gathegi – Laurent
Rachelle Lafevre – Victoria
Charlie Bewley – Demetri
Jamie Campbell Bower – Caius
Daniel Cudmore – Felix
Christopher Heyerdahl – Marcus
Dakota Fanning – Jane
Cameron Bright – Alec
Noot Seear – Heidi
Michael Sheen – Aro
Graham Greene – Harry Clearwater
Tinsel Korey – Emily
Stephenie stated in her website that there is not meaning of the (ruffled) tulip also known as Estella Rijnveld (not a bloody tulip). Thanks to the internet, doing research is not hard. The meaning of the tulip is, “According to Persian legend, the first tulips sprang up from the drops of blood shed by a lover and for a long time the tulip was the symbol of avowed love.”
-) Taylor Lautner will be reprising his role as Jacob Black. “I have been working out. I’ve been working out since the day we finished filming Twilight. I just weighed myself today; I’ve put on 19 pounds,” the noticeably larger Lautner told MTV news, promising that he’ll be big enough to fit Stephenie Meyer’s physical description of Jacob Black in New Moon when cameras begin rolling in 12 weeks. “I’m guaranteeing Weitz 10 more [pounds] by filming. I get to meet Chris on Friday, in two days, so I’m excited. I’m going to have lunch with him.”
-) 90210 actress AnnaLynn McCord did audition for the role of Heidi (the vampire of the Volturi clan, that rallies the humans for food), and at this point Summit hasn’t released a statement whether she is cast or not. They are in negotiations at this moment.
-) Vanessa Hudgens won’t play Leah Clearwater in New Moon. “I’m not sure about [final] casting, but I had heard Vanessa Hudgens was going up for the part of Leah [Clearwater, a werewolf],” Melissa Rosenberg, who wrote both films, told People at the 61st Annual Directors Guild of America Awards. “But at the moment, the part of Leah doesn’t happen until the third movie.” Some source say that she (Leah) will make a cameo, so people will know she’s Leah when Eclipse hit theathers June 30, 2010. Summit, Chris Wietz or Melissa have yet to confirm this.
-) Solomon Trimble will not be reprising his role as Sam Uley, he released this statement on his official MySpace. My agent heard from Summit Entertainment today that I will not be reprising the role of Sam in New Moon. While I will cherish the experience of being inv olved in the first film, I am looking forward to many new opportunities in the future and would like to thank everyone for their support.
-) Summit Entertainment announced through their Email mailing list that Dakota Fanning has offically signed on to play the role of Jane.
Catherine Hardwicke won’t be directing New Moon, due to the time frame in which the production company wants the film to be released. It didn’t fit Catherine’s ideas for the film and she wanted more time to prepare. It has been confirmed that Chris Weitz (Director of About a Boy, American Pie and The Golden Compass) has agreed to direct New Moon. Chris Weitz won’t be directing Eclipse. Because New Moon, which Weitz is helming, and Eclipse are due to be released so close together, Weitz will be in post-production on New Moon at the same time that Eclipse will be shooting. That said, the source confirms a report that the movies will not be shot simultaneously or back-to-back; there will be a brief gap between the production of both films. David Slade will be directing Eclipse.
Filming is schedule to start in March at the following location Vancouver, British Columbia Canada, and Italy. According to Oregon Business they aren’t fimling in Portland due to the budget. Filming in Canada is cheaper.
New Moon movie poster
According to Summit Entertainment the crew will be taking a 10 week break after the filming of “New Moon” and then get back to filming. Eclipse is schedule to be released on June 30, 2010
continuation after “Breaking Dawn”
At this point no. Stephenie Meyer said that she will take a break from writing, due to the leak of Midnight Sun Edward’s version of Twilight. She also said I do not know yet. There are so many ways to explore, the characters can still evolve. I think Bella has a bright future But I am not working on it at the moment. I need to leave my vampires alone, before starting over. I wrote other stories, I have other ideas. And if I want to see Edward and Bella again , I will go and bother them! She also stated that she would love to go back into the Twilight world, and tell another story in Leah Clearwater’s point of view.
Stephenie Meyer’s picks
1953 Chevrolet Pickup Truck
the silver S60R
Rosalie’s BMW M3 convertible
Carlisle’s Mercedes S55 AMG
Alice’s Porsche 911 Turbo
Bella’s before car, the Mercedes S600 Guard
Bella’s after car, Ferrari F430
“In the annals of teen girl fandom, could there be any more of a perfect storm than “Twilight” and the Jonas Brothers coming together? I think not, which is why we’re happy to report that the JoBros would totally be down with contributing on the soundtrack for “New Moon,” provided they’re asked.” Brian Jacks
Check out their comments on a video in this web
SOS. I think they’ll totally ruin New Moon for me. They’re like so Disney.
What do you think, girls?
Published by Brian Jacks on Friday, February 6, 2009 at 1:48 pm.
Superman, Spider-Man, Batman, and…Edward Cullen? That’s right, amongst the mutants and supervillains is none other than “Twilight.” The vamp franchise finds itself represented at Comic-Con in no less than two different areas on the show floor.
The publishers of Stephenie Meyer’s “Twilight” books is Little, Brown and Company, and the outfit has set up shop here at the convention, showcasing the work of their star author. “Twilight” fever also hit the Tonner booth, where their Edward Cullen and Bella Swan figures were on display.
For those of you who can’t make it to the show, click here or on the photo below for our full gallery of “Twilight” at NY Comic-Con.
http://www.mtvasia.com/News/200901/30017425.html, Jocelyn Vena
Believe it or not, there is another actress – in addition to Dakota Fanning – up for the part of Jane in Twilight sequel New Moon. That great distinction belongs to Lucy Hale, star of the CW’s Privileged. She spoke about her auditions and her belief that, at this point, Fanning is a shoo-in for the role.
“Well, I did read [for the role of Jane]. We had some talks about it. But I think they just offered it to Dakota Fanning, the role I was interested in,” the teen told Twist magazine. “Which is great – I’m a huge fan of her! So I think she’ll probably take that. And I mean, as of right now, I’m not sure if it’s going to work out. But I’m definitely still going to see it!”
The casting notice that had been floating around the Internet called for Jane to be a “petite blonde with a … Botticelli angel-like face … [and] crimson irises,” a description that dark-haired Hale doesn’t really fit. But there is one character she thinks she might have the look for, and that’s the raven-haired Leah Clearwater.
“I’d take any role!” Hale told the magazine. “Leah Clearwater, but I think there’s already talks with somebody else. I think they’ve already offered it to someone. I mean, we’ll see. If not, it’s all good.”
When she was reminded that High School Musical star Vanessa Hudgens was already up for the part, Hale said, “Right, right, right! Yeah, I wasn’t sure if that was true or not, but she’d be great for it!”
Good news about New Moon from director Chris Weitz:
I’m very happy to announce that Taylor Lautner will be playing Jacob Black in New Moon and that he’s doing so with the enthusiastic support of Summit Entertainment, the producers, and Stephenie Meyer.
The characters in Stephenie’s books go through extraordinary changes of circumstance and also appearance; so it is not surprising that there has been speculation about whether the same actor would portray a character who changes in so many surprising ways throughout the series. But it was my first instinct that Taylor was, is, and should be Jacob, and that the books would be best served by the actor who is emotionally right for the part. I think that fans of Twilight the book and the movie will be surprised by the Jacob Black that Taylor will bring to the screen in New Moon; and I’m looking forward to working with him and the rest of the cast in realizing the film.
I’d just like to add that I was very much a part of this decision. My first priority was always what was best for New Moon—what was going to give us the best possible movie. I’m truly thrilled that Taylor was the one who proved to the director, to Summit, and to me that he is the best possible Jacob we could have. And I’m very much looking forward to seeing what he’s going to bring to Jacob’s character this year.
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Summit Entertainment has tentatively slated Nov. 20, 2009, as the release date for New Moon, the Twilight sequel, which means any director who signs on to replace Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke has to be in Vancouver by Dec. 15 to begin 12 weeks of preproduction before a mid-March start date. Reports have speculated that Hardwicke was fired for being difficult on set, but sources close to her suggest Summit’s aggressive production schedule turned her off. “She’d love to do the sequel if she could do it better than Twilight,” says one. “It became clear that Summit didn’t have those same priorities.”
Indeed, at press time the second movie appeared to have little more than a rough first-draft working script. As Summit’s production president Erik Feig told EW during Twilight’s record-busting first weekend, “There is that first…script. All the finesse that turns a screenplay into a movie hasn’t happened yet.” Two weeks later, Summit is saying it’s happy with screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg’s progress.
Another of Hardwicke’s primary concerns was that hunky vampire Edward remains MIA throughout New Moon’s middle portion. In her own opening-weekend interview, she told EW, “You have to get the chemistry as strong between Jacob and Bella as it was between Bella and Edward. You also have to do something with that arc: She’s in love with somebody, he disappears, she falls in love with someone else, and the first guy comes back. Movies like Pearl Harbor have tried it. It absolutely didn’t work.”
With or without Hardwicke, Summit faces other snags. Two sources tell EW the studio doesn’t want to rehire baby-faced Taylor Lautner (pictured) as Jacob, though Lautner’s agent has apparently reached out to the imaging company behind The Curious Case of Benjamin Button in an attempt to demonstrate to Summit how a digitally bulked-up Lautner could work. (Summit says it won’t make a decision until a new filmmaker is on board.) There’s also the matter of finding a cast of Native American actors to play Jacob’s werewolf clan — a difficult challenge Hardwicke was also faced with before settling on Lautner, who isn’t completely Native American. And with a slightly increased budget of $50 million — much of which is assumed will go to leads asking for heftier paydays, location shoots in Italy, and ramped-up F/X — Summit will have to scrimp somewhere.
So what director would want to take on such a big headache? Well, at press time, an offer was out to Chris Weitz (The Golden Compass), who put Summit on the map years ago when its foreign sales operation made tons of cash off of his first film, American Pie. (One source says Weitz has already had conversations with below-the-line crew for New Moon.) “We are in a recession,” reminds one Hollywood insider. “It’s a hit franchise. Whoever steps into it is guaranteed a $100 million gross. Everyone wants this movie.” Adds an exec at another studio, “You’d have to have a very high standard for art, hate the movie business, and hate money to walk off this sequel.”