Big Trouble in Little Twilight… Movie?

Twilight Kristin StewartIt may be nothing… or it may be something. Twilight, only a couple months before its release, has returned some of its actors to shooting new scenes.

Peter Facinelli (Carlisle Cullen in the movie) told MTV that there’s nothing wrong with the current film, but that executives were so delighted with the wrapped film that they opted to make some more of it; in other words, make the film everybody is waiting for.  “They liked it so much, they are bringing us back for some encore time to beef it up. Add a little salt and pepper.”

That’s ominous, in my opinion. If the executives liked it so much, why add more to it? It’s not completely ridiculous – perhaps the movie is so good that the executives approved additional budget to film scenes that were originally cut – but highly unlikely. And when I hear quotes like the one provided above, it sounds like major PR spin bullshit.

Here’s some more from Facinelli:

“I wouldn’t be walking tomorrow if I spilled those beans, but I’m psyched, especially about the wardrobe. I can tell you that it’s a flashback scene. It gives us a little bit of history of the Cullen family. They are just shooting a couple of different added scenes, and the scene I’m in, I can tell you it’s me and Robert Pattinson. Rosalie and Emmett are in that scene.”

And from Taylor Lautner (Jacob Black in the film): “I am going to be in the prom scene now, at the very end of the film. At first we didn’t film that, and now some people are saying they want to see a bit more of Jacob, and they want him in the prom scene at the end.”

By Erik Samdahl
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  • jessie

    That Jacob kid really is a pushy so and so. He’s nagging the director to include martial arts of all things in the next Twilight filsm just because thats all he can do. I hoep the director has more sense than to listen to a 16 year old kid!

  • Dana

    I’m not sure how I feel about Twilight as a movie, even though I love the book and have read it twice. The story is much better off left to the imagination; it’s no fun to see everything played out without being able to take part! One movie that got it right lately is Let the Right One In. I was lucky enough to catch a pre-screening last weekend and it is seriously one of the best horror films I’ve seen in a while. It’s got everything: vampires, a coming of age plot, romance, a serial killer, and Sweden all rolled into one. Check out the trailer:

  • I really want to see Let the Right One In. I’m jealous.