Twilight Special Effects

by on July 8, 2009
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4TNZ has an article talking about some special effects from the movie Twilight.

Here is what they said:

“Take, for instance, the special effects during the Vampire Baseball scene. On the DVD, it’s revealed that the filmmakers had to use plastic crystal ornaments (instead of baseballs) to capture the bare-handed action, because vampires don’t use gloves.”

In the picture they posted above you can see where they missed a frame in the movie. You can see Victoria holding the Ornament.


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  1. Chrissie says:

    I have the wide screen version of the dvd and in this scene I can’t even seen Victoria’s hand. Oh well.

  2. Tina says:

    haha thats so funny! I never noticed that one before!

  3. ali says:

    you should join edwardcullenrulez.webs.com

  4. aliceann says:

    haha! thats funny. i didnt even notice it.

  5. D3bug's spidermonkey says:

    wow ive caught a few mistakes they have made, but i never caught this one.. lol

  6. klutzy says:

    woah i would have never noticed! lol im so oblivious!

  7. luna7996 says:

    Me 2 Chrissie. I went to check if I could see the Ornament and couldnt then I figured ”hey this is the wide screen ver.” lol.

  8. mykaela says:

    ok, im like, blind as a bat (not literally). i wouldve NEVER noticed that!

  9. yipee says:

    I did not see that! lol that is funny though! I don’t look that close when i would watch movies!

  10. Renesmee_bella_alice_cullen says:

    for what is that??

  11. ysatis :] says:

    i seen it done in the “behing-the-scenes” on the DVD. its cool ;] & smart*

  12. Anaid says:

    I’m i new fan in this sitee :D

  13. Isabella says:

    What is that called?
    like the job
    is it special effects?
    cause im looking into careers for college
    and what they did in twilight totally inspired me

  14. sam says:

    hahaha really didnt notice before.. . Ornament haha

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