Video: The Waiting Game Outside a Breaking Dawn Shooting Location

Fans from all over the world flocked to the theatre in Vancouver the other day when Breaking Dawn was shooting there including a guy who gets mistaken for Robert Pattinson.

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Breaking Dawn Cottage Set Being Prepped for Filming

Our good friend Mandy from Mandy’s Mind sent us a heads up that some friends of hers got a few photos of the prep work going on at the Cottage set for Breaking Dawn.  You can see more photos over at Mandy’s website.

And if you missed the first set of cottage photos, be sure to check those out as well at Mandy’s Mind.

Poll: Which Newly Announced Breaking Dawn Actress Are You Most Excited About


Laura’s LOST fangirl is jumping up and down over Andrea Gabriel who played Nadia on lost. You have to love that BOTH of Saiyd’s loves are in Breaking Dawn!

Breaking Dawn wins Teen Reads Award

breaking_dawncoverThe Teen Reads Awards were held on Sept. 25th this year.  With tough competition from other popular series like The Hunger Games and Harry Potter, The Twilight Saga still managed to walk away with one award.  Breaking Dawn was granted the Best Lip Lock Award!  Congrats to all the winners.

Breaking Dawn Paperback Topping Charts in the UK

breaking_dawncoverAccording to the UK trade paper The Bookseller:

‘The long-awaited mass-market edition of Stephenie Meyer’s Breaking Dawn (Atom) sold 48,673 copies in just three days, and tops this week’s Official UK Top 50—just over two years after the hardback edition first hit the shelves.

It is the sixth time Meyer has topped the Official UK Top 50 in 2010. The mass-market edition of book three in the Twilight series, Eclipse, was number one for the first two weeks of the year, while her Twilight novella, The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner, held the crown for three consecutive weeks in June.”

See more at The Bookseller.

How about you, did you go out to get the novel in paperback, or is your hardcover still in good shape?

Guaranteed Authentic Stephenie Meyer Signed Breaking Dawn For Charity

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The Do the Write Thing For Nashville auctions spearheaded by Lexiconer and budding author Myra McEntire and others has just added a signed Breaking Dawn to the bidding lot. We can personally guarantee that the signature is authentic as we dontated it. So if you want a guaranteed real thing and want to help out the flood victims in Nashville, head on over and bid!

Poll: Which vamps do you want to see in Breaking Dawn

In most series books, there are additional characters in each new book, but I don’t know if any book has ever given its readers as many new characters as Breaking Dawn.  There are just so many of them!  Given that it’s difficult for Hollywood to do everything a book calls for, we’re not sure if all the new characters will make it into the movie.  It would be nice if they did and that’s what we’re hoping for, but we also know that you have to lose something from book to movie.  (Lauren Mallory, for example.)

So we pose this question to you: Which Vampire characters would you most like to see in a movie version of Breaking Dawn?  Because there are so many of them, we’ve grouped them into their clans, if they have one.  If there is a specific character in a clan you think stands out from the others, let us know in the comments.


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Producer Wyck Godfrey: So Where Are We With Breaking Dawn?

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This is an article that you are going to want to read. It covers timing, the Renesmee problem, and shooting location.  What is notable is that this is the first time a shooting location has been mentioned directly by someone from Summit. Several websites had information up claiming the production would be back in Portland. One site was so sure of this information that they actually had initially listed Lana Veenker as the casting agent and later put out a put a press release detailing Portland information.

“When it was released in August 2008, fan reaction was intense and divided with some “Twi-hards” expressing confusion and dismay over a plot that involved *SPOILER ALERT* a recently graduated  19-year-old Bella giving birth to a half-human/half-vamp daughter named Renesmee, who grows much faster than the average mortal child and who possesses a unique way of communicating with those around her, clearly inherited from Dad’s side of the family.

Wyck Godfrey, the producer of all the films in the “Twilight” saga, admits that the creative team still doesn’t know how they’ll handle the character in the “Breaking Dawn” movie, but said that the plan is absolutely for the production to go forward — as either one or two installments — with an eye toward beginning to shoot in Vancouver this fall. All three stars are signed for “Breaking Dawn,” he said, meaning that Stewart and Pattinson will be dealing with the joys and woes of interspecies parenting and newly minted heartthrob Taylor Lautner will return as often-shirtless shape-shifter Jacob Black.”

Read the rest on the LA Times.

Site update!

updateHappy Thanksgiving to everyone here in the States!  If you’re done with your Turkey and needed to escape from the family, check out these chapter summaries and comment on the message boards.

First we have Chapter 35: Deadline, provided for us by Oleander.  Make sure you take time to comment on the pending separation between Bella and Renesmee over on the forums.

And we also have Chapter 36: Bloodlust given to us by Nissanmama.  Visit the forums to talk about the motives behind the Volturi interaction with the Cullens.

We will finish our chapter discussions for Breaking dawn in December before the new year!

Ryan Seacrest: Breaking Dawn Info Leak

You want to look at around the 3:00 minute mark. No confirmation of the exact source, but Seacrest tends not to run things if he can’t provide a credible source.

Though there has been no official confirmation of Breaking Dawn, the fact that it appeared as a tab on the official Twilight Saga movie website back in July has always indicated to us (in our opinion, we have no confirmation) that the movie would be made. To us the only questions have been: when, where, and how many.