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MTV : Article s’interrogeant sur le nouveau réalisateur de New moon

Posted in Le film, Twilight on décembre 9, 2008 by ballerinabelle

‘Twilight’ Director Catherine Hardwicke Is Out — So Who Should Direct ‘New Moon’?

We examine the benefits and drawbacks of a few potential applicants.

Even as the film continues to ride high at th021908_twilight1e box office, the « Twilight » world was rocked this weekend by news that Catherine Hardwicke would not be directing the sequel, putting an end to the big plans she had for the series.

As Twilighters wipe aside the tears for their beloved Catherine, however, they must focus on looking ahead to the obvious question: Who will direct « New Moon »? With only a few months until cameras begin rolling, we examine the benefits and drawbacks of a few potential applicants:

Sofia Coppola
Why It Would Work: More so than any other franchise, « Twilight » needs a woman at the helm. Hardwicke’s strengths were in her depictions of first love, the awkwardness of high school, and Bella’s friendship with her father, Charlie. Coppola, an Oscar winner, proved she could do the same with « The Virgin Suicides » and « Lost in Translation. » She’d undoubtedly make Italy look beautiful, and after « Marie Antoinette, » her career could use an easy box-office hit. A quick look at her empty production slate seems to reveal that she’d be available.

Why It Wouldn’t: She’d replace Kristen Stewart with Kirsten Dunst, cast Bill Murray as mind-reading Volturi leader Aro, replace Robert Pattinson’s music with ’80s tracks from New Order, and have Edward whisper key dialogue in Bella’s ear.

Ang Lee
Why It Would Work: « Twilight » screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg has compared Edward and Bella’s forbidden romance to « Brokeback Mountain. » So why not get the Oscar-winning director of that film to come onboard?

Why It Wouldn’t: As cool as it would be to see « New Moon » fight sequences with the grace of « Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, » the last time Lee sought out a blockbuster franchise, he made « Hulk. » Somehow, the « Twilight » world doesn’t seem likely to accept a babbling Nick Nolte.

Shawn Levy
Why It Would Work: A hyperactive talent known for creating warm, familial sets much like Hardwicke, Levy has built an impressive résumé by cranking out box-office hits like « Cheaper by the Dozen. » Lately, he has been playing in larger toy boxes with the « Night at the Museum » films and was supposed to make « The Flash » until that superhero film moved on without him. He knows what teens want, would inject some humor, and seems ready to take on the « New Moon » visual effects.

Why It Wouldn’t: Quite simply, he’s never directed drama before, and there’s no reason to think he could properly navigate the emotional struggles endured by Edward and Bella in the next film. Also, he seems like the type of director who’d put Smash Mouth’s « All Star » onto the sequel’s soundtrack for no apparent reason.

Brett Ratner
Why It Would Work: Love him or hate him, Ratner is the king of taking over franchises in times of transition (« X-Men: The Last Stand, » « Red Dragon ») and keeping them financially successful. He’s willing to adapt his directorial style to that of his predecessors and could undoubtedly bring « New Moon » home with another $70 million opening weekend — at the very least.

Why It Wouldn’t: The rabid « Twilight » fanbase wants a director with vision, not a hired gun simply willing to put on Catherine Hardwicke’s eyeglasses. Plus, Ratner has a tendency to put his foot in his mouth and attract strong hatred from the Internet community, so it might not be a good idea to mix him with an army of fans who’ll scrutinize his every move.

Robert Rodriguez
Why It Would Work: It’s no secret that the biggest obstacle in « New Moon » is the special effects, and Summit Entertainment isn’t a full-on studio that can just throw $200 million into the budget. That combination largely led to Hardwicke’s departure. For a decade and a half, Rodriguez has been showing Hollywood how to make a movie look like it has two or three times its budget, and nobody does it better than the author of « Rebel Without a Crew. » He gave Taylor Lautner his first big break (« Sharkboy and Lavagirl »), has made a great vampire movie in the past (« From Dusk Till Dawn »), and might also be in the market for a surefire hit after « Grindhouse » underperformed.

Why It Wouldn’t: Rather than traveling to Italy, he’d shoot the movie on a green screen in his garage. And Rodriguez would add so much blood and gore that « New Moon » would get a hard « R. »

Amy Heckerling
Why It Would Work: She’s virtually the same age as Hardwicke, is a female director, and has made some great teenage films over the years (« Clueless, » « Fast Times at Ridgemont High »). Heckerling is coming off a nightmarish Hollywood experience with « I Could Never Be Your Woman » and seems likely to jump at a surefire blockbuster opportunity.

Why It Wouldn’t: I love « Johnny Dangerously » as much as the next guy, but Heckerling hasn’t delivered a hit in a decade, and Hollywood has a short memory. Plus, if she sticks around for « Breaking Dawn, » the director of the « Look Who’s Talking » movies might give baby Renesmee the voice of Bruce Willis.

David Fincher
Why It Would Work: Quite simply, he’s one of the best directors alive. The man behind « Fight Club, » « Seven » and this month’s « Curious Case of Benjamin Button » would follow Stephenie Meyer’s novel with obsessive meticulousness, and it’s hard to imagine a more fascinating lens to watch the « Twilight » franchise through.

Why It Wouldn’t: He’d give an entire nation of teenage girls nightmares for a month. Rather than simply depicting Edward’s contemplation of suicide, he’d insist on making RPattz’s bloody death the film’s twist ending.

Brad Silberling
Why It Would Work: Many « Twilight » fans have already voiced their affection for the « Lemony Snicket » director, and his other films (« Casper, » « City of Angels, » « Moonlight Mile ») have displayed skill at balancing themes of life, death and everlasting love. Factor in his special-effects experience (and set aside his gender), and he might just be the best person for the job.

Why It Wouldn’t: Silberling is currently in post-production on Will Ferrell’s « Land of the Lost » and likely wouldn’t be available when « New Moon » cameras start rolling in the spring.

Mira Nair
Why It Would Work: Also a female, around the same age as Hardwicke and equally adept at drama, the Indian filmmaker depicts romance beautifully. If she could make « New Moon » half as good as « The Namesake, » we’d all be in for a treat.

Why It Wouldn’t: Currently in post-production on the Hilary Swank-starring biopic « Amelia, » where would she find the time?

Roman Polanski
Why It Would Work: He’s an Oscar-winning legend, made his name with supernatural themes (« Rosemary’s Baby ») and already lives in Europe. It’s been a long time since he’s made a mainstream hit film, and he might want to give it one last shot at this point in his career.

Why It Wouldn’t: Introducing Polanski to an adoring fanbase of teenage girls? Um, let’s forget I brought this one up.

Now that Catherine is out, who do you think should direct « New Moon »? Let us know below.

LA Times explications au sujet de Catherine Hardwicke

Posted in Divers, Le film, Twilight on décembre 9, 2008 by ballerinabelle

On an indie film, prickly auteurs are a dime a dozen–they come with the territory. But in a 56300822shockingly short time, “Twilight” went from a quirky cult project, aimed at a teen subculture, to a massive, mainstream franchise. The indie movie suddenly became a mass-production product. The day after the movie opened, Summit announced that it wanted a sequel by late 2009. As Anne Thompson reports in today’s Variety, Melissa Rosenberg, who wrote “Twilight,” delivered her first draft of the sequel the weekend “Twilight” opened. Summit chief executive Rob Friedman, who deserves a lot of credit for supporting a project that had been put in turnaround by Paramount, the studio where he was a top executive for years, seems to have made a classic studio-style risk vs. reward decision: The sensitive artist who was the perfect filmmaker to launch the franchise was the wrong person to run the show once the project became a blockbuster franchise.

On an indie film, prickly auteurs are a dime a dozen–they come with the territory. But in a shockingly short time, “Twilight” went from a quirky cult project, aimed at a teen subculture, to a massive, mainstream franchise. The indie movie suddenly became a mass-production product. The day after the movie opened, Summit announced that it wanted a sequel by late 2009. As Anne Thompson reports in today’s Variety, Melissa Rosenberg, who wrote “Twilight,” delivered her first draft of the sequel the weekend “Twilight” opened. Summit chief executive Rob Friedman, who deserves a lot of credit for supporting a project that had been put in turnaround by Paramount, the studio where he was a top executive for years, seems to have made a classic studio-style risk vs. reward decision: The sensitive artist who was the perfect filmmaker to launch the franchise was the wrong person to run the show once the project became a blockbuster franchise.

On an indie film, prickly auteurs are a dime a dozen–they come with the territory. But in a shockingly short time, “Twilight” went from a quirky cult project, aimed at a teen subculture, to a massive, mainstream franchise. The indie movie suddenly became a mass-production product. The day after the movie opened, Summit announced that it wanted a sequel by late 2009. As Anne Thompson reports in today’s Variety, Melissa Rosenberg, who wrote “Twilight,” delivered her first draft of the sequel the weekend “Twilight” opened. Summit chief executive Rob Friedman, who deserves a lot of credit for supporting a project that had been put in turnaround by Paramount, the studio where he was a top executive for years, seems to have made a classic studio-style risk vs. reward decision: The sensitive artist who was the perfect filmmaker to launch the franchise was the wrong person to run the show once the project became a blockbuster franchise.

Message de SUMMIT

Posted in Le film, Twilight on décembre 9, 2008 by ballerinabelle

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Rob Catherine et Kris A paris : 2

Posted in Galerie, Kristen Stewart, Le film, Robert Pattinson on décembre 9, 2008 by ballerinabelle

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Affreusement déçue ! Catherine Hardwicke ne fera pas New Moon

Posted in Divers, Le film, Twilight on décembre 8, 2008 by ballerinabelle

La nouvelle vient de tomber Catherine Hardwicke a carrément été virée de chez Summit ! source chez Francesca

et Artemissia je suis horriblement déçue vraiment , ils devraient avoir honte le succès de Twilight est en grande partie grâce à Catherine alors NON ! pas d’accord , surtout que pour New Moon on aurait vus un peu plus Edward il aurait été super j’en suis sûre et certaine parce que avec le budget il y’aurait plus de moyen et donc amélioration vraiment injuste !

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Article en Français

Summit Entertainment et la réalisatrice Catherine Hardwicke ont émis un communiqué dimanche pour annoncer que cette dernière ne sera pas disponible pour réaliser «New Moon», la suite de «Twilight». Le studio tente de développer une suite au film à succès dans un délai raisonnable, question de capitaliser sur l’engouement des fans. Hardwicke n’aurait pas eu assez de marge de manœuvre pour investir le temps voulu à cette suite.

«Je regrette d’annoncer que suite à conflit d’horaire, je n’aurais pas l’opportunité de diriger ‘New Moon’» explique Hardwicke. Réaliser «Twilight» a été une des expériences les plus formidables de ma vie et je suis reconnaissante aux fans de leur appui passionné au film. Je souhaite à tous chez Summit le meilleur pour cette suite – c’est une histoire remarquable».

«Catherine a fait un travail incroyable en nous aidant à lancer la franchise’Twilight’, nous la remercions pour ses efforts et nous espérons pouvoir à nouveau travailler avec elle dans les projets futurs de Summit» explique Erick Feig, président de la production chez Summit. «Comme studio, nous avons le mandat d’amener la suite de cette franchise au grand écran dans un temps raisonnable afin que les fans aient plus d’Edward, de Bella et tous les personnages que Stephenie Meyer a créé. Nous avons la capacité d’adopter un calendrier agressif et nous avons le luxe d’adapter seulement les romans en scénarios plutôt que créer des histoires à partir d’un brouillon».

Summit entend lancer le film à la fin 2009 ou au début 2010.

Twilight the score album instrumental

Posted in Divers, Le film on décembre 8, 2008 by ballerinabelle

Avec un peu de retard , le 9 Décembre , l’album  instrumental   de Twilight le film sera disponible  Si vous avez aimé Bella’s Lullaby et que vous souhaitez en acheter la musique instrumentale du film, cet album est la pour vous! Vous pouvez pré-commander dès maintenant sur Amazon2iag68p . Vous pouvez bien sûr écouter les morceaux.

Twilight Nouveau Concours D’Allociné

Posted in Divers, Le film, Twilight on décembre 8, 2008 by ballerinabelle

Alors , cette fois ci il s’agit d’un concours pour lequel vous pourrez remporter , une place pour allez voir le film en avant première qui aura lieu le Jeudi 18 Décembre au club de l’étoile (Paris) alors n’hésitez pas 😆 pour ce rien de plus simple il faut posséder un compte sur Allociné inscrivez vous si jamais ce n’est pas encore fait lien icif_posterhugem_f70520a