'Breaking Dawn' Screenwriter Needs Your Advice!
Have a thought or two about how Breaking Dawn, the final installment of the Twilight Saga, should play out on the big screen? Of course you do; what loyal Twi-hard doesn't?
Well, good news—Twilight screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg wants to hear about it!
The scribe recently admitted to MTV that she's struggling with the script for the two-part Twilight finale, which begins filming in the fall. Apparently, Rosenberg feels the script is in danger of becoming cluttered, due to the number of new characters she needs to introduce:
"It's extremely challenging to introduce those new characters because you already have quite a slew of characters to service. The Cullen family is large, the wolf family is large, you have three leads ... finding room for all of them is a challenge. For me, it is about pulling forward the ones that are essential and really making sure they have a presence."
While Rosenberg hopes that all of the characters "will be there in one shape or another," she's throwing the floor—or at least her Facebook page—open to suggestions. And the screenwriter notes that she definitely takes fan input seriously:
"I ask people to really weigh in with what are their favorite scenes in the books, what's important to them. And there generally seems to be a consensus about one scene or another. It's really helpful for me and I'll interact with them sometimes."
You know what to do, Twi-hards
What are your suggestions for bringing Breaking Dawn to the big screen? Before hitting up Rosenberg, feel free to share your thoughts with us in the comments section. And make sure to visit The Forks Report for updates on all things Twilight-related.
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