Eclipse Clips

Charlie and Bella Talk

Victoria & Riley Make Plans

Fight Training

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Eclipse Wolves

The EW has an article talking about the wolves of Eclipse and how they were created!!
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Here is an excerpt:

If you’ve seen The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, odds are you left raving about the wolves — particularly the scene in which Jacob, in wolf form, saddles up to Bella during the training sequence. It’s one of the moments Phil Tippett — a two-time Oscar winner for Jurassic Park and Return of the Jedi whose visual effects house, Tippett Studio, handled the wolves for both Eclipse and New Moon — is most proud of. “That was an unusual thing for us in that most of the time, we are doing these ‘god awful animals start tearing each other apart,’” Tippett told us recently, phoning from England where he’d just celebrated Ray Harryhausen’s 90th birthday. “So it was great to have a quiet moment. A tender scene that telegraphs a budding and suppressed relationship was tricky. In fact, the entire training sequence was difficult in that the wolves do nothing. A bunch of wolves standing around watching vampires train and trying to portend some kind of anxiety was tricky. It’s tricky for any actor when you have to carry a certain part of the scene where you do nothing, because you have to figure out a way of filling up the nothing with something.”

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New Eclipse Stills

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New Eclipse Stills

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Making Of Video Interview with Eclipse Special Effects Phil Tippett

This video is pretty cool.
Towards the end it gives you a look at how they make the scene where Bella pets Jacob’s wolf during the training scene.
See a slideshow here with the pics from the scene.

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Eclipse already Breaking Reords

From Gossip Cop:

The newest numbers have Eclipse putting up a $68.5 million total on its first day, breaking the Wednesday opening record of $62 million set by Transformers 2.

The film also had the biggest summer period opening ever, beating Dark Knight ($67.2 million).

The blockbuster third installment of The Twilight Saga opened to more than $30 million on its first night in North America.

It surpasses the previous midnight opening record holder, which was the second Twilight installment, New Moon, at $26.3 million.

The movie also set a new IMAX record for midnight grosses with over $1 million from 192 theaters, beating Transformers 2’s $959,000.

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Metric Music Video – Eclipse (All Yours)

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Eclipse Movie Discussion – Update : Leandra’s Eclipse Review

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OK, it’s Midnight Eclipse has Arrived!!!!!
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Five Secrets Revealed about the Eclipse Werewolves

Phil Tippett, who did the visual effects for Eclipse, talked with MTV and gave them a behind-the-scenes look at the Eclipse wolves.

Check it all out here.

Here is an excerpt:

Taylor’s Wolf Is Sad
Tippett and his crew spent countless hours perfecting each member of the wolf pack, but obviously Taylor Lautner’s wolf receives the most screen time and thus required the closest attention. Specifically, they had to capture Jacob’s unrequited love for Bella while he was in wolf-form.

“Through non-language pantomime on the wolf’s part, he had to appear to be engaged and try to make his expressions telegraph the tragic love that is their relationship,” Tippett said. “So there is a sad kind of a longing and protectiveness that we try to imbue him with.”

To get the look right, crew members traveled up to a wolf preserve, and actually got into pens with the 200-pound animals and sketched out what they observed.

“I’m a huge advocate of that. Anytime you can get close to an animal, that’s the closet model you can find,” he said. “And the animators are cast just like actors. Certain animators are really strong on action and there are animators that are really strong on the emotional moments. And the animators strong on emotion were the ones creating the emotional response of Jacob’s wolf.”

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