Regissera BD?

LA Times har satt ihop en lista med regisörer som dom tycker skulle gilla utmaningen med Breaking Dawn :)

Bland regissörerna finns Alfonso Cuarón, Harry Potter och Fången från Azkaban. Detta är min favoritregissör, efter Tim Burton, och även om han kanske inte ens är intresserad så hoppas jag att det blir han :)


Peter Jackson: Lord of The Rings, King Kong

Guillermo del Toro: Hellboy, Pan's Labyrinth, The Hobbit

Len Wiseman: Underworld, Live Free or Die Hard

Andrew Adamson: Shrek, Narnia: The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe, Narnia: Prince Caspian

Sami Raimi: Spiderman 1-4, Drag Me To Hell (har ni sett den trailern föresten?? Skitläskig!)

Alfonso Cuarón: Great Expectations, HP: PoA, Children of Men

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OM BD filmen

Fick ju frågan i frågestunden om BD skulle bli film (inte bestämmt) och nu har det kommit en artikel om grejer som skulle kunna ställa till svårigheter...  (skriver av samma person som skrev artikeln om Edward skulle fria till Bella)


So where does that leave us? Unfortunately, fans, in limbo. With the imminent and inevitable success of The Twilight Saga: New Moon and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, the demand-side will certainly not be an issue. Rumor had it that the issue was with the character Renesmee and the impossibility of casting a baby with a full set of teeth who continues to grow at rapid and inexplicable speed, talks (when she actually speaks) like a mature adult of wisened years, and who can do spectacular things physically (such as, for instance, jump eight feet in the air to catch a snowflake).

I am reminded of a particular series of wildly successful and well-done films which remains amidst the heat of speculation as to whether it will be completed - The Lord of the Rings series (with Elijah Wood and crew). The Hobbit, which was the first book in J.R.R. Tolkien's literary series, was never made, and fans of the series continue to plead for it. So far, their prayers have remained unanswered, despite the heavy demand, unbelievable success of the films, and, most likely, the willingness of the cast.

In the case of Breaking Dawn, though, there are quite a few distinctions to be had. In The Lord of the Ring series, there was an ending with The Return of the King, but with The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, there will not be a tangible sense of completeness to the series without Breaking Dawn's production. Also, Breaking Dawn presents, for some, some of Bella's most shining moments as a strong character, and, quite simply, it is as important a part of the story of Edward and Bella as the very first kiss in Twilight.

So, how could the barriers to Breaking Dawn's production be overcome? Simple: CGI. We already discussed the fact that gifted-CGI-user director Chris Weitz is employing its use for New Moon, and we've seen it bring to life some of our favorite literary characters in other series (think Gollum in The Lord of the Rings or Dobby in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets). Renesmee is, quite simply, not out of reach for our wonderful age of cinematography. Concerns that a CGI-enhanced Renesmee would be inadequate are speculative, really, and I have optimism in the possibilities that the United States' entertainment industry holds.

As for concerns that it would be too long, I am quite positive that I speak for all Twilight series fans when I say that we would be thrilled to sit in an epic-length depiction of this film, just to see it unfold on-screen. Perhaps, I am wrong, but I doubt it. To see characters like Irina, Tanya, and Brie come to life; to see Jacob's inner-strife as he witnesses Bella endure sheer torment, and to have to endure and persist as a labor of love; to see the wedding, the dress, Isle Esme (oh my). To see it all, I dare say, the fans would happily remain seated for three hours or so. Perhaps the studio could even break the film in half, if necessary. In any case, bring Breaking Dawn on, I say.

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