Although Stephenie Meyer is undeniably the creator of Twilight, screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg shepherded the book series to the screen just as much as Meyer: she adapted all four books into now five films, and helped audiences see what they only imagined on the page.
Even for audiences skeptical of the films, Breaking Dawn… More »
For the first four films in the Twilight saga, Edward and Jacob battled for the hand of Bella — but in Breaking Dawn – Part 2, that conflict is finally over.
Edward and Bella are married, and Jacob has imprinted on none other than their first-born child, Renesmee. And after mining so much… More »
As the films in the Twilight series have steadily improved in quality since the 2008 original, it’s not only appropriate but completely gratifying that Breaking Dawn – Part 2 is by far the best yet.
After the plodding fan service of Breaking Dawn – Part 1, which turned 10 minutes of story into… More »
The scene where Bella Swan gives birth to Renesmee is perhaps the most infamous scene in Breaking Dawn. And as production for the big-screen adaptation draws closer, it’s also been one of the most hotly contested: Will it be gory enough? Too gory? In 3D? Will it even be included at all?
Luckily, with… More »
Fear not, Twi-hards; when Breaking Dawn hits the big screen, it will probably include the most infamous scene from the book it was based on.
Twilight screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg caused ripples of anxiety throughout Twi-hard nation recently, when she suggested that she might leave Breaking Dawn’s notoriously gory birth out of the script. Luckily,… More »
Well Twihards, the long wait for some sexy scenes between Kristen Stewart’s Bella and Robert Pattinson’s Edward may finally be over.
According to Melissa Rosenberg, the screenwriter for the Twilight Saga films, fans will get to see some serious skin in the upcoming Breaking Dawn films:
You will see sex – Yes! […]… More »
As Celebuzz is well aware, there are millions of you Twi-hards out there who think the Twilight movies are, like, the greatest thing ever. Oddly enough, Melissa Rosenberg doesn’t seem to be one of them.
Rosenberg, the screenwriter responsible for penning the scripts for The Twilight Saga, delivered an odd moment of candor in… More »