Remember me” (2010) is the forth coming film directed by Allen Coulter who done grate movie “Hollywood land” before. Robert Pattinson and Emilie de Ravin chatted about their new coming movie. Emilie was like if her hair was little bit tame in the film. It could make her beautiful so much.
Centerpiece of this “remember me”(2010) movie is about two lovers who have to face their respective family background. This will air on Feb. 12, 2010. Every one anticipating this film will be so popular all over the world. The Summit Entertainment film also stars Pierce Brosnan and Chris Cooper.
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Three new images of “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” have been released exclusively to EW.com. The pics show:
- Newly 18-year-old Bella after being thrown against a table by her love, Edward.
- The mysterious vampire Laurent (Edi Gathegi) telling Bella not to be fearful of death. “’He was bad in ‘Twilight,’ but still had some compassion,” he says. “Let’s just say he’s not conflicted anymore.”
- Bella and Edward about to kiss. “Rob was the first guy to say to me, ‘You know, you don’t really need to have too much of me in this film,’” notes director Chris Weitz. “I don’t want him too present, so his apparition will be a subtle, flitting effect — clearly a reflection of Bella’s will and desire to see him.”
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The first official photo of the “New Moon” wolf pack has been released by Summit Entertainment. The movie opens Nov. 20, 2009, and continues the “Twilight” saga with more romance, more vampires, and more Edward and Bella.
Pictured below are Alex Meraz as Paul, Chaske Spencer as Sam Uley, Bronson Pelletier as Jared, and Kiowa Gordon as Embry Call. Yep, it’s the Quileute Wolf Pack, and they look just fine to me. Your thoughts?
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“Eclipse,” the third movie in the “Twilight” saga, has already been confirmed by Summit Entertainment for release in North America on June 20, 2010. The fourth movie, “Breaking Dawn,” has been taken by Summit as an “optioned property,” which means that while they have the option to make the film, they haven’t given it the green light yet.
Obviously, there would be no problem with fans seeing the movie. That’s a given. But TwilightMania is speculating on a rumor that the issue would be with the character of Renesmee and the difficulty of casting a baby with a full set of teeth who grows at a rapid rate and can perform impossible feats.
I’m with TwilightMania in that this could be done well using CGI effects. Consider any of the “Harry Potter” or “Lord of the Rings” films, and you’ve got great examples of how it could work.
What say you, Film Gecko readers and Twilight fans? Could Summit create a believable film in “Breaking Dawn”? Should the movie be made, and if so, how? Vote in the poll and let your voice be heard in the comments below!
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“Memoirs,” based on a screenplay by Will Fetters that will be rewritten by Jenny Lumet (who wrote “Rachel Getting Married”) tells the story of two lovers whose newfound relationship is threatened as they struggle to deal with family tragedies.