Monday, October 31, 2011

'Twilight' Did You Knows

Hey there Twilight fans, it's that time of the week where we give you some of the most interesting facts about our favorite books and movies. This week's facts are about some filming secrets you might not have known about!

Did you know....

1. During the filming of Bella's birthday party in New Moon, Jackson Rathbone (Jasper) got so into character, that both Peter Facinelli (Carlisle) and Kellen Lutz (Emmett) had to hold him back. During one of the takes, Elizabeth Reaser (Esme) was knocked to the ground.

2. Ashley Greene (Alice) wore a different wig in New Moon than she wore in Twilight. She also cut her hair quite short so that it could fit under the wig.

3. Rachelle Lefevre (Victoria in Twilight and New Moon) was fired by Summit Entertainment from Eclipse, because her filming schedule overlapped with that of her other movie Barney's Version.

4. In the stories that Billy Black tells at the bonfire in Eclipse, the third wife was originally going to be played by Kristen Stewart. She did perform the scene, but the director, David Slade, and author, Stephenie Meyer thought it had an unintentional comical effect.

5. The scenes of Victoria building her "army" in Eclipse were based on the novella 'the Short Second Life of Bree Tanner,' written by Stephenie Meyer and distributed, in first draft form, to the cast.

6. Chris Weitz was so busy completing New Moon that he turned down the chance to direct Eclipse.

7. Catherine Hardwicke, director of Twilight, was set to be the director of New Moon but due to scheduling conflicts, she had to back out.

8. Actors of the wolf pack went through "wolf camp" together to get buff and bond with each other before filming New Moon.

9. The script for Twilight was finished in six weeks.

10. Kellan Lutz intended on keeping his natural curly hair for the role of Emmett Cullen, however, his previous role in Generation Kill required a buzz cut and his hair didn't grow fast enough for the filming of Twilight.


1 comment:

  1. As usual these are awesome keep them coming.