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PostSubject: Twilight The Movie   Fri May 30, 2008 5:58 am

How many of you have been waiting for the release of the movie for twilight? Well, the release date has now been set! It will be showing in cinemas on the 12th of December, This 2008th year of the lord.

Checkout the website and Trailer here:

http://www.twilightthemovie.com/

Here you can find all the info you want, including the cast, plus much more.

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PostSubject: Re: Twilight The Movie   Sat May 31, 2008 4:43 am

That is the scaries site that i have ever seen in all of my years!

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PostSubject: Re: Twilight The Movie   Sat May 31, 2008 8:04 pm

why would that be honey?
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PostSubject: Re: Twilight The Movie   Thu Jun 05, 2008 6:32 am

If only it was coming out two days sooner, it would have made a great birthday present.. But I'll take what I can get. What is so scary about it, Lilly? I don't see anything wrong with it. Though I do have to say that Jasper's hair is pretty scary all on its own. I really wish they would do something with it, it's driving me crazy and not in a good way.

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PostSubject: Re: Twilight The Movie   Thu Jun 05, 2008 7:11 am

yeah, I agree. Jasper's hair it totally scary....somebody get the Aqua Net!!! lol
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PostSubject: Re: Twilight The Movie   Thu Jun 05, 2008 9:46 am

I just be glad when it comes out altogether. I can't wait!!! =P
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PostSubject: Re: Twilight The Movie   Sat Jun 07, 2008 1:10 am

Yeah, same here. I just hope that they don't ruin it. By that I mean I hope they don't go way off course from the book. I know it might be just a little different because it's a movie, and that would be okay. But I don't want them to change everything around and leave a lot of parts out, things like that. I have to admit that I am a bit worried that I might be disappointed. Just a little bit.

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PostSubject: Re: Twilight The Movie   Sat Jun 07, 2008 5:26 am

yes, i would have to agree there. I hate it when they make a movie based on a book, and it ends up being nothing like the book. That just pisses me off. When it does come into cinemas, I am going to try and be at the very first showing on the 12th. Even if I have to book my ticket 6 months early... =P I wonder how popular the movie will be in Australia? The cinema will more than likely be packed... albino
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PostSubject: Re: Twilight The Movie   Sat Jun 14, 2008 5:39 am

i have no doubt abaout that.

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PostSubject: Re: Twilight The Movie   Sat Jun 14, 2008 6:36 pm

neither do I. Asharia, I'd like to take you with me... Would you like to join me? FOC for you only. You could call it: me making up for forgetting your b/day this year... LMK
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PostSubject: Re: Twilight The Movie   Sat Jun 28, 2008 4:41 am

STOP WITH THE NETSPEAK!!!!!

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PostSubject: Re: Twilight The Movie   Sun Jun 29, 2008 10:29 pm

Sorry, So you wanna go?
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PostSubject: Re: Twilight The Movie   Thu Jul 03, 2008 5:08 am

yes, if you cut the netspeak and constent swearing.

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PostSubject: Re: Twilight The Movie   Fri Nov 21, 2008 7:46 pm

NEWS FLASH !!!

For all of you who live in Australia, a premier date has now been set in concrete for the movie:

Thursday, December 11th, 2008

But hurry... Book your ticket now if you can, or all the seats will be sold out! So, get in while you can!
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PostSubject: Re: Twilight The Movie   Fri Nov 21, 2008 7:49 pm

Some of you might be interested in viewing some footage of the movie. Here's a tip if this is the case for you:
Pay a visit to YouTube and in the search box, type twilight. It comes up over 120,000 results. There is some pretty good stuff there.

I didn't watch very much of it, because I didn't want to spoil the movie when I go to see it on the 11th.
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PostSubject: Release Dates   Sun Dec 28, 2008 9:49 pm

For those of you who are interested, here is a list of the dates that the movie will be released in each country.

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USA
17 November 2008 (Los Angeles, California) (premiere)
Russia
20 November 2008
Canada
21 November 2008
Italy
21 November 2008
Mexico
21 November 2008
Sweden
21 November 2008
Switzerland
21 November 2008 (Italian speaking region)
USA
21 November 2008
Belgium
26 November 2008
Philippines
26 November 2008
Czech Republic
27 November 2008
Hungary
27 November 2008
Malaysia
27 November 2008
United Arab Emirates
27 November 2008
Estonia
28 November 2008
Latvia
28 November 2008
Thailand
28 November 2008
Indonesia
3 December 2008
UK
3 December 2008 (London) (premiere)
Lebanon
4 December 2008
Netherlands
4 December 2008
Portugal
4 December 2008
Iceland
5 December 2008
Poland
5 December 2008 (limited)
Spain
5 December 2008
South Korea
10 December 2008
Australia
11 December 2008
Lithuania
12 December 2008
Taiwan
12 December 2008
Vietnam
12 December 2008
Finland
18 December 2008 (limited)
Hong Kong
18 December 2008
Israel
18 December 2008
Singapore
18 December 2008
Brazil
19 December 2008
UK
19 December 2008
Venezuela
19 December 2008
Croatia
25 December 2008
Panama
25 December 2008
New Zealand
26 December 2008
Argentina
1 January 2009
Chile
1 January 2009
Colombia
1 January 2009
Peru
1 January 2009
Uruguay
1 January 2009
Finland
2 January 2009
Romania
2 January 2009
South Africa
2 January 2009
France
7 January 2009
Switzerland
7 January 2009 (French speaking region)
Greece
8 January 2009
Norway
9 January 2009
Poland
9 January 2009
Egypt
14 January 2009
Germany
15 January 2009
Slovakia
15 January 2009
Switzerland
15 January 2009 (German speaking region)
Austria
16 January 2009
Bulgaria
16 January 2009
Turkey
20 January 2009
Switzerland
5 February 2009 (German speaking region)
Denmark
6 February 2009
Ecuador
6 March 2009
Japan
4 April 2009
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PostSubject: Re: Twilight The Movie   Sun Dec 28, 2008 9:57 pm

Here is some trivia for you to read through. Also found this while scouring through the net.


Kristen Stewart has naturally green eyes. She wears brown contacts for filming to match Bella's eye color.

Kellan Lutz intended on keeping his natural curly hair for the role of Emmett Cullen. However, his previous role in "Generation Kill" (2008) required a buzz cut and his hair didn't grow fast enough for the filming of Twilight (2008/I).

Henry Cavill was Stephenie Meyer's first choice to play Edward. However, but by the time production was to begin, he was 25 years old, and no longer looked the part of a 17-year old. He was then offered the part of Carlisle Cullen but turned it down due to his commitment with "The Tudors" (2007).

For the role of Edward Cullen, Robert Pattinson flew from England to director Catherine Hardwicke's house to audition. There, he and Kristen Stewart, who was already cast as Bella Swan, rehearsed the "Love Scene"/"Meadow Scene" on Hardwicke's own bed.

All of the actors playing the Cullens wear topaz-colored contacts.

Taylor Lautner had to wear a wig for his role as Jacob Black.

Over 5,000 actors auditioned for the role of Edward.

According to a July interview between network.nationalpost.com and director Catherine Hardwicke, Kristen Stewart was recommended for the role of Bella Swan by Emile Hirsch, her co-star from Into the Wild (2007) and whom Hardwicke directed in Lords of Dogtown (2005).

The script was finished in 6 weeks.

Robert Pattinson stated in an interview that this is his first American role and he had no formal training to perfect his American accent.

Henry Cavill was offered the part of Edward Cullen due to the fan base he had of him playing Edward. He decline the offer, and was later offered the role of Carlisle Cullen but declined that role as well.

When the 'evil vampires' make their first appearance, actors Cam Gigandet, Rachelle Lefevre and Edi Gathegi are all wearing little slippers painted like bare feet.

Jessica in the movie is a combination of the characters Jessica Stanley and Lauren Mallory from the book.

Eric in the movie is a combination of the characters Eric Yorkie and Ben Cheney from the book.

Kristen Stewart wore hair pieces so they didn't have to waste time doing her hair, and therefore had more time to shoot.

Kristen Stewart turned eighteen while filming the movie and was rewarded with a birthday cake - and a full night of shooting.

The actors who played vampires needed to be pale, so it was written into their contracts that they had to stay out of the sun.

Nikki Reed (Rosalie Hale) and Jackson Rathbone (Jasper Whitlock) learned how to play baseball left-handed for the famous baseball scene.

Stephenie Meyer claims these authors partially inspired her: Jane Austen, Orson Scott Card, Shakespeare, and Charlotte Bronte

Christian Serratos wore her own glasses for her part as Angela Weber.

When Bella is searching the internet and finds the link for the bookstore in Port Angeles, the link above it is for Little Brown. Little Brown is the publisher of the Twilight Saga.

Before casting, Robert Pattinson had never heard of the Twilight novel. He only attended casting because he liked Kristen Stewart's performance in Into the Wild (2007).

MTV Films & Maverick Films were the original owners of the rights to produce the film. Paramount was set as the distributor. Eventually MTV Films wasn't able to get a script they felt was good enough for the film and Summit Entertainment ended up getting the rights and actually producing and distributing the film.

Cameo: [Stephenie Meyer] The author of the original books can be seen next to a laptop ordering a vegetarian sandwich in the diner at the beginning of the scene where Charlie asks Bella if she likes the boys in town.

With a $70.6 mil debut gross, the movie had the top debut ever for a film directed by one woman (as of 2008).

At the cafeteria salad bar, Bella drops an apple which Edward picks back up and then cradles in his hands, copying the cover image of the Twilight novel.

Stephenie Meyer cited the band Muse as her source of inspiration to write her books. Another of her favorite groups is Linkin Park, who contributed a song in the soundtrack.

Kristen Stewart's stunt double, Katie Powers, also plays a waitress at the diner.

During the filming of the prom scene, Kristen Stewart didn't like the songs playing so suggested 'Flightless Bird, American Mouth' by Iron & Wine which they decided to use.

In almost every scene involving a television, the ending ballet studio scene is being played.

Robert Pattinson performed two songs in the movie, however only one of these songs, "Never Think," appears on the soundtrack

At a midnight screening in Texarkana, Texas, Nov. 27, 2008, a gentleman dropped to his knee with a ring as the credits rolled. To the delight of the screaming crowd, he asked his girlfriend if theirs might be as enduring and unconditional a love as the one shared by Edward and Bella.

In the hospital scene, when Bella and her mother are talking about the accident, the TV in the background can be seen playing the previous scene.

It took 36 hours to turn 'Nikki Reed''s naturally brunette hair to blonde.

All of the Cullens can be seen wearing jewelry with the same symbol on it. Edward, Jasper, and Emmett all had the same wristband, and Alice and Rosalie had similar necklaces with the symbol on it; Esme had a bracelet and Carlisle had a ring.

The jacket worn by Solomon Trimble in the LaPush beach scene was handmade by his mother from a Pendleton blanket.

Robert Pattinson unknowingly contributed two songs to this film. Apparently, he didn't know that "a mysterious third party" had given the director a copy of music he had recorded years ago. She decided to use two of the songs, and he was surprised to hear them when viewing early film footage. The songs are: "Never Think" [playing during the restaurant scene] and "Let Me Sign" (plays during the scene where Edward has to drink Bella's blood to save her). Pattinson said he was overwhelmed by how well "Let Me Sign" fit into the film.

Stephenie Meyer wrote a parallel novel (unfinished) to 'Twilight' called 'Midnight Sun.' It tells the story of the first book from Edward's point of view. In it, he comments that the arrival of Bella to the school has all of the boys "acting like they're in first grade and she's the shiny new toy". This thought is spoken aloud by Jessica during Bella's first lunch in the cafeteria.

The original release date for Twilight was December 12, 2008. When the release date for 'Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009)' was moved from November 21, 2008, to July 17, 2009, Twilight's release date was moved forward to November 21 in a attempt to fill the Harry Potter gap.

Catherine Hardwicke has said that she filmed a scene with' Robert Pattinson' taken directly out of 'Midnight Sun', the unfinished novel by Stephenie Meyer telling the story of Twilight through Edward's perspective. Hardwicke said this scene will be on the DVD.

The Cullen family crest (seen worn by all the Cullens) is a lion with a hand over its head, and a downward pointing Chevron with 3 clovers. The lion was added because of the famous line "And so the Lion fell in love with the Lamb", but the other portions (Chevron, clovers, and hand) are from the actual Cullen Coat of Arms, though there are only 2 clovers, more hands, and a bail of hay in the real one.

Even though there is a song by Radiohead in the movie, it never made it to the official soundtrack album.

Stephenie Meyer had her own personal cast before all the roles were officially casted. They including Emily Browning as Bella Swan, Henry Cavill as Edward Cullen, Charlie Hunnam as Carlisle Cullen, Mary-Louise Parker as Esme Cullen, Rachael Leigh Cook as Alice Cullen, Trent Ford as Jasper Hale, Tom Welling as Emmett Cullen and Olivia Wilde as Rosalie Hale
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PostSubject: Re: Twilight The Movie   Thu Jan 15, 2009 5:35 am

youch john! how long did it take you to find all of that? it's interesting, though. -grins- i'll have to rent the movie when it comes out on dvd and look for those things.

speaking of which, that was the most hysterical film i have ever seen. i loved it, but not because it was good. no, i loved it because it was so very very bad... -grins- sorry if you disagree, but i could barely stop laughing...

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PostSubject: Re: Twilight The Movie   Sun Jan 18, 2009 1:55 pm

I think that it was both good and bad.
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