Chris Weitz Joins Twitter

You can Follow Chris on Twitter here.

For his first tweet he linked to a very funny Twilight spoof video you can check out here.

Chris talks Breaking Dawn

Chris Weitz shares his thoughts on Breaking Dawn with MTV.
Check out the whole article here.

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HAHA, Bella giving birth in 3-D, lol, I don’t think I would wanna see that!!!
Good one Chris!!

Chris Weitz and Nikki Reed Interview


Nikki and Chris Interview with MTV

MTV caught up with Nikki Reed and Chris Weitz at the New Moon DVD Release party.

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Chris Interview

CNN has an interview with Chris Weitz.

Read it all here.

Here is an excerpt:

CNN: For the DVD, what do you think the fans will appreciate the most?

Chris Weitz: What they’ll appreciate most is certain scenes that didn’t make it into the film. … There’s basically more Bella [Kristen Stewart], there’s more Edward [Robert Pattinson], there’s more Jacob [Taylor Lautner], and it’s often sort of more extended versions of scenes where things are discussed at greater length rather than entirely new scenes. I think there’s a lot of good stuff in the movie for fans, and at the same time we didn’t want to get rid of any of their favorite scenes.

Chris Interview

FearNet has an interview with Chris Weitz.

Read it all here.

Here is an excerpt:

FEARnet: Listening to the commentary during the scene where Edward makes his speech about Romero & Juliet in school, you said that you should probably shut up and just let Robert Pattinson talk. But what was your actual approach when you came in to produce the bonus materials on this DVD and Blu-ray, given the fact that although you were joking that might partially be true?

Chris Weitz: Well, it’s funny because it’s very difficult to talk about cutting any scene with Edward or Taylor because I know that the fans can’t imagine why you wouldn’t have a three-hour version of the movie. So I have to be very diplomatic and careful as to how I explain how a certain scene was cut a certain way in order for the flow of the story. To a lot of Twilight fans, less is never more. So it’s funny that when [editor] Peter Lambert I’m doing the commentary, it’s like a couple of old guys interrupting the viewing of the movie. But of course, they have the option of just turning us off, so I’d like to think that for the very few people who actually want to hear anything that I have to say about the movie, we’re there for them.

Chris talks Vampire Bella

LA Times has an interview with Chris Weitz.

He talks about Vampire Bella in New Moon and how he wished he would have done something else.

Read it all here.

Here is an excerpt:

So, what would Weitz have done differently, if he had it to do it all over again?

“I wouldn’t have shot Bella running through the forest with Edward, because I’ve never been at a screening of the film in which people didn’t laugh at it,” Weitz told me. “My heart sinks every time I hear that.”

So if he had the change to do it again, how would he reveal Stewart for the first time as a sparkly-skinned vampire?

“I think I would’ve shot it in a much simpler way, and have it be an extreme close-up on Kristen and her eyes. She’s got a great face, and that would’ve been very satisfying. But I’m a sap,” Weitz said.

Wish he would have done that too. I laughed my butt off in the theater (I was gonna say fanny, but if you are reading this Becky you know why I’m not, LOL)

Hated that scene!!!

Thanks Matt!

Chris Interview

Collider has an interview with Chris Weitz.

Read the entire interview here.

Now that you’re removed from the whirlwind of making the film, I’m sure that a lot of fans know what you look like now based on interviews and whatever else. What’s the one thing that people always or the one thing that fans have said to you about the film or what have they always wanted to talk to you about now that everyone’s seen it?

Chris: Well, of course everyone wants to meet Rob or Taylor! (laughter) And they’re under the impression that I’m always hanging out with them and I wish that I was so cool! That’s, I’m sure, in the foremost of people’s minds. But mostly they, I think, have expressed appreciation that movie is treated in the spirit of the books. And I’ve felt very supported in that regard. But I must say you’d be surprised at how unrecognizable I become when I’m not standing directly next to Kristen, Rob or Taylor! So, you know, I am incredibly non-descript in that regard.

Here is an excerpt:

Chris Weitz Reveals Five Secrets about New Moon

Chris Weitz Reveals Five Secrets about New Moon to MTV.

Check them all out here.

Here is one:

Black Eyes:

In Stephenie Meyer’s book, Edward’s eyes go black in Italy. Why don’t his eyes turn in the film?

“It’s because I screwed up!” Weitz admitted.

Really? He just forgot?

“Well, yeah, I kinda did,” he said. “Well, there are two reasons. One is that I messed up. The other reason is that I actually thought that onscreen it would be quite bizarre to see his eyes go completely black, and that it would be more satisfying and less jarring to have that moment of reunion be a reunion with revivified Edward. But probably, the long and the short of it, there are many details that I did not drop the ball on, and there are some that I did.”

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Chris Weitz talks Eclipse

People Magazine has an interview with Chris Weitz.
Read the whole article here.

He talks about scenes in the Eclipse movie (SPOILERS)

Chris Weitz, who directed New Moon, the second installment in the Twilight series, says he has read the script for this summer’s third installment, Eclipse – and that one scene in particular is a scorcher.

“I’m looking forward to the sleeping bag scene, I gotta say,” Weitz tells PEOPLE. “That’s going to be very steamy.”

In Eclipse’s fan-favorite “tent scene,” – spoiler alert! – a freezing Bella, who is on the run from evil vamp Victoria, gets a warm-up from werewolf Jacob when he squeezes into her sleeping bag – while a jealous Edward looks on.

I am so with Chris.
I can not wait for the tent scene.
It’s my favorite part of the whole series.
They better not cut any of it out of the movie. I wanna see it in all its glory!!!!


Found the picture on Letters to Twilight. Don’t know who the artist is, but I love it!!!

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