It’s been 14 years because the first “Twilight” film hit theaters, and director Catherine Hardwicke has a few secrets and techniques to share.
Hardwicke admitted on an episode of “The Big Hit Show” podcast that she despised the 2008 teen vampire romance’s unique script.
Host Alex Pappademas learn items of the screenplay’s first draft that had a few wild plotlines.
One scene confirmed star Kristen Stewart’s character Bella Swan firing a gun at a vampire. Another confirmed her “on Jet Skis being chased by the FBI.”
Screenwriter Mark Lord wrote the unique script and informed Pappademas that MTV Films, which was producing the flick on the time, mentioned that it wanted so as to add extra motion to the story.
“They wanted it to take a concept and build in a structure that was far more like a cinematic structure,” Lord mentioned. “And they wanted to just put in some more action to advance it more and give something more for the male audience. They thought they were going to lose the male audience with too much of a romance.”
Hardwicke, nevertheless, mentioned she didn’t really feel just like the script was proper for the big-screen adaption of writer Stephenie Meyer’s extensively in style younger grownup novels.
“And the original script literally had Bella on Jet Skis being chased by the FBI,” she mentioned. “She was a star athlete. Nothing to do with the book.”
Meyer additionally hated the first draft and the film rights had been then given to Summit Entertainment. Writer Melissa Rosenberg changed Lord and wrote all 5 motion pictures within the franchise.
Stewart starred with Robert Pattinson within the collection from 2008 till 2012. Stewart dated the “Batman” star from 2009 to 2013, and he or she not too long ago opened up about their relationship in an interview with the New Yorker.
“It was so clear who worked,” the “Spencer” star mentioned of her chemistry with Pattinson — who performed Edward Cullen. “I was literally just, like [swooning].”
She added: “And, whatever, we were young and stupid and, not to say that we made it so much better, but that’s what it needed, and that’s what anybody playing those parts needed to feel.”