BTS Photo of Kristen Stewart From “Eclipse”

Eclipse director David Slade posted a behind-the-scenes picture of Kristen Stewart from the set on his twitter.

BTS Photo of Robert Pattinson From “Eclipse”

Eclipse director David Slade posted a behind-the-scenes picture of Robert Pattinson from the set on his twitter. Don’t you just love it 🙂

David Slade Interview

HitFix has an interview with David Slade.

Check it all out here.

Here is an excerpt:

Now, “Eclipse” is the biggest you’ve done in terms of size and budget?

Slade: Yeah, I guess technically speaking, but I would say this: you do commercials and you get a million dollars to make a commercial. If you add that up per day, it’s a bigger budget than doing a $100 million movie. I think at the end of the day the figures that are involved in movies don’t really add up to much. At the end of the day, the question is not how “much it cost?” but “is it any good?” It’s the same when you hear people say “oh this was a troubled production” or any kind of gossip. None of that lasts. At the end of the day, is the film any good or not? Technically speaking though I mean yes, it was the biggest budget not just films I’ve done, but actually I think it was the biggest budget “Twilight” movie of all of them. It was an epic huge thing with battles and you know massive huge sets and all kinds of special effects work and a very short schedule. Usually what happens when there’s not much time there has to be more money.

David Slade talks Eclipse DVD

Collider has an interview with David Slade talking about the Eclipse DVD.

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Here is an excerpt:

What is the most memorable thing you’ll take away from having been a part of all of this?

The-Twilight-Saga-Eclipse-movie-imageSLADE: Going to bed, every night. I just remember going, “Oh god, I get to sleep for awhile.” There were so many things. There are favorite scenes or moments, and there were things that were just predictably fun. The scene where Charlie (Billy Burke) and Bella (Kristen Stewart) have the discussion in the kitchen, which starts out as trying to explore whether she understands this need for marriage and turns into this admission of being a virgin, was genuinely fun because both actors have great comic timing. It wasn’t about going in to find the joke. The joke was there, and everything was actually a bonus. I remember that being tons of fun. And always with really emotionally-charged scenes, you get a tingle because nothing is quite going to be like the moment of actually seeing it happen, in the moment, on the monitor. It may be great in the dailies and it may still have all of that resonance, but just being there, in a moment of truth, is always something you remember. I remember so many of those that I’d bore the hell out of you, recounting them.

David Slade answers five burning questions about Eclipse DVD

David Slade answers 5 questions for EW about the Eclipse DVD.

Check them all out here.

Here is an excerpt:

5. Why don’t we get a blooper reel on the DVD? Kristen and Rob talk about how people fell a lot on the fake snow. That, for instance, we would have liked to have seen. “We had a blooper reel, but I think people were pretty potty-mouthed,” Slade says. “I think you can put that down to bad language.”

David Slade posts Xavier Samuel Pics

David Slade posted these pics at The Chromatic.
I miss the pics David was always Tweeting!
Love these pics by the way!!!

Via Team Twilight

Kellan Lutz, Nikki Reed and David Slade Interview with Xposé (Ireland)

Thanks Erin!

Cast Interviews with Empire

Ashley Greene, Xavier Samuel and David Slade

Nikki Reed, Kellan Lutz, Booboo Stewart and Alex Meraz


James Kleinmann Interviews with Cast

David Slade

Booboo Stewart and Alex Meraz

Ashley Greene and Xavier Samuel

Nikki Reed and Kellan Lutz

Thanks Ashley!

The Twilight Saga: “Thank You” – David Slade

When you put your heart and soul into something as intense as the duration of a film production, you become completely lost in it. You focus on doing your very best to get it right each day and you work on this for so long that you assume an ownership of it.

When shooting The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, I always felt an awareness of how many people this film would reach and as a result, knew that this film did not just belong to myself, the producers and the studio, but more so, to all of you, the fans of The Twilight Saga.

At the end of the day, after all the hard work is done, all that’s left is the film itself, and your overwhelmingly positive and supportive responses have made me feel like we must have done something right. As a filmmaker, this is a rare and strange feeling of connection with an audience of which I will never forget and I thank you all for it.

JULY 2010

From The Twilight Saga Facebook!

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