Although he would be interested to see how a sixth Twilight movie would pan out, we can’t guarantee to see Robert Pattinson reprise his role as Edward Cullen if the opportunity came up.
While at the world premiere for his new film, ‘Bel Ami,’ Robert Pattinson admitted:
“I’d be curious to see what [Stephenie Meyer] would write, but I just think I’d probably be too old by the time [they did it],” the actor told reporters on Friday in Berlin, where Pattinson was on hand for the world premiere of Bel Ami.
He added, “I’m already too old. But yeah, it’d be kind of interesting.”
His comments come after recent rumblings that the studio behind the blockbuster Twilight film franchise would develop a sixth movie should Meyer author a new book in the series.
Breaking Dawn Part 2, the fifth (and presumably final) film starring the Pattinson-Kristen Stewart-Taylor Lautner trio, opens in November.
The Soundtrack Examiner shuffled through the best film scores of 2011 and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 topped the list. Read what they had to say about the score below:
1. THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN – PART 1, composed by Carter Burwell (Atlantic)
Go ahead, call me a sellout. But I don’t think Carter Burwell has ever been given his due for his enormous contributions to film music. And the man continues to plow forward as one of the most creative minds in compositional minimalism as well as full-bodied orchestration. While he was probably disqualified for nomination at this year’s Academy Awards for Breaking Dawn – Part 1 because it was anchored heavily to the original Twilight score, his work was no less remarkable. I would go so far as to say that it was actually better than the original, given that, although he laid the original template for the Twilight sound, he was coming back into the fold on the heels of critical heavyweights Alexandre Desplat (with whom the Academy also bears an unspoken beef) and Howard Shore. Burwell fearlessly picked up the baton and ran with it, giving us a romantic score easily on par with Nino Rota’s Romeo & Juliet (which was also unceremoniously snubbed by the Academy in 1969). [Read more of my thoughts on Carter Burwell's Twilight contribution here.]
Booboo Stewart chatted with Media Mikes during his press tour for “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn- Part 1″ Blu-ray. He talks about his upcoming role in the Twilight Saga and more!
Mike Gencarelli:What would you say has been the coolest thing that has happened to you since joining “The Twilight Saga”? Booboo Stewart:Well there has been some really cool things…but I think the best part has been the fans. They make you these really cool handmade bracelets and in my room, my mom put these hooks up and I’ve got a bunch of them. Fans are able to send them to me via my PO Box and I’ll wear them in magazines and stuff like that. They’re able to see me wearing them and I think that is really cool.
MG:I was watching some of the special features on the “Breaking Dawn- Part 1″ Blu-ray and what was you say was the most challenging aspect of that shoot? BS:The beach scene was soooooo cold. Everyone was wearing these huge jackets and I was sitting there with my shirt off freezing. I remember that any of the shots that were above my waist, I had blankets, sweatpants, shoes…it was freezing.
MG:What can we expect from “Breaking Dawn- Part 2″? BS:I can’t give too much away obviously, even though its a book and all. You get to meet a lot of new characters in the second movie. During filming actually, it very hard to tell who was in which film. I can’t imagine for the AD and makeup people trying to figure out who was who. There were so many cast members on set at the same time, since they were filming two movies.
MG:“Breaking Dawn- Part 2″ looks to amp up the action from “Part 1,″ how was the production? BS:Since I started with “Eclipse,” I think just having the different directors on set changes the whole vibe. For the short time I was there for “Eclipse,” David Slade was very technical and he knew what he wanted. When I got to work with Bill Condon, I worked with him a lot more and more personally as well. He was more of an actor’s director. He would talk to you and figure out what you are thinking in a scene and what your character was going through. This was also with everyone, didn’t matter the size of your role. So that was really different.
Who’s excited for the DVD release of Breaking Dawn tomorrow at midnight?! To get the inside scoop on the beautiful wedding scene that’s sure to inspire tons of upcoming weddings, we caught up with wedding designer Tammy Polatsek, the woman behind all of the amazing design aspects of Edward and Bella’s wedding.
Where did Polatsek get her inspiration for the scene? “Since the wedding took place in a forest, we wanted to mimic the life that a forest can give you,” she said. “We drew inspiration from the surrounding trees, stones, ferns, and everything else that grows in a forest.”
Wisteria cascading from the trees, hand-strung by a group of 20 people, created an intimate feel at the ceremony.
“My absolute favorite was the ceremony!” said Polatsek. “So dreamy and worth the hard work. The flowers that fall from the trees as she walks down; just a dream!”
The biggest challenge? The weather! “It was freezing, and the flowers had to be replaced on an hourly basis at times.” And, much like Forks, it rains “500 days a year,” said Polatsek.
“We had the nightmare wedding all done—custom white stage, stunning, all ready to go, and—boom—rain!” said Polatsek. “We covered everything and planned to shoot the following day, but when we came back, I thought I was going to have a heart attack. An animal went from the mud to the stage that was so nicely painted and made foot prints all over it!”
At the reception, the goal was to make the centerpieces “grow out of the tables.” The centerpieces used delphiniums, viburnums, white lilacs, ranunculus, and sweet pea, plus stones, ferns, and moss. “We didn’t want the typical rose/hydrangea combination. That was too arranged,” said Polatsek.
Polatsek custom-crafted the dishes used in the movie, and you can even get your own set here.
The whole wedding scene took almost four weeks to create. While Bella and Edward’s wedding décor would’ve cost about $300,000 by Polatsek’s estimate, you can get the look and feel of the Cullen wedding for less.
“Anything earthy and real to nature will bring in that look,” said Polatsek. “Use a green, white, and brown combination, and keep it simple. Nature is beautiful; you don’t need to overwork it! No tall vases; things don’t grow in glass filled with crystals.”