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MessageSujet: Re: [Eclipse] Revue de presse   Ven 30 Juil - 12:43

Valeriane a écrit:
et au moins elle dure un peu plus de 5 mn, pas le truc expédié (non non je ne pense pas du tout à une certaine scène de séduction dans eclipse )

Bah Valeriane tu comprends rien Plus les images deffilent vite et moins on en voit(de petits bouts de peaux nues ça serait trop grave)

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MessageSujet: Re: [Eclipse] Revue de presse   Ven 30 Juil - 14:26

J'espere quand même que RobEdward tiendra plus longtemps que Brad Pitt Avec son entrainement pour Bel ami il devrait y arrivait

je pensais que j'étais la seule à aimer "Rencontre avec J black"
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MessageSujet: Re: [Eclipse] Revue de presse   Ven 30 Juil - 19:57

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Très belle scène mais je crois que ça sera un peu trop osé pour Stephenie Meyer malheureusement pour nous
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MessageSujet: Re: [Eclipse] Revue de presse   Sam 31 Juil - 0:30

trés belle scéne effectivement mais faut pas rêver on aura même pas la moitié de ca pfff
elle es bien trop prude pour accepter ca!
je m'attends à rien de ce côté comme ca je serais pas décue!!
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MessageSujet: Re: [Eclipse] Revue de presse   Lun 20 Sep - 19:13

David Slade Speaks About Eclipse To The Province (Canada)

Slade started work on Eclipse when the sec­ond Twi­light movie, New Moon, was fin­ished but before it had been released.

“This huge, enor­mous zeit­geist of a thing hadn’t quite hap­pened yet,” he says, adding that when the tide of scream­ing fans did build around the film set, he was too busy to pay much attention,

The film’s secu­rity peo­ple would erect fences at exte­rior loca­tions to keep fans far away, and Slade would be at work in the back of a car for the ride to set each day. “Just get­ting it done became a thou­sand ques­tions — swatch cards, costume approvals, sto­ry­boards. I would have my head in my notes.”

He remem­bers see­ing fans with flow­ers stand­ing in the rain as cast and crew left work after an all-night shoot in the woods one night. “I’ve got a lot of respect for those kids — God that’s tenac­ity. I have a lot of time for the sub­cul­tures that bring kids together, regard­less of sub­ject mat­ter. Often it’s just a good solid source for peo­ple to bond.”

Slade says he saw Eclipse as more of a romance.

“Within the two pulling forces of romance and ter­ror, I wanted to try and­sam­ple both,” he says. “I don’t think they really did it [in the pre­vi­ous Twi­light movies] so much. I wanted Rob [Pat­tin­son] to be scary. I wanted him to have a vis­ceral qual­ity, where a flash of his eyes kind of made it look like he could kill.”

Slade says he approached Eclipse as a stand­alone film. “There are films that came before, and you inherit cast and crew … but I really didn’t spend any time study­ing the other movies.”

He says he met more than once with each actor indi­vid­u­ally before start­ing rehearsals together, “back­ground cast, all the Cullen fam­ily, the wolves, all those guys — as many as I pos­si­bly could in the time that I had.”

He got them to talk about what they liked and didn’t like about the ear­lier films, and in sub­se­quent meet­ings he talked with them about what he wanted.

“You have to take the best of what they’ve done, acknowl­edge that it’s good, and what’s not good, take them to a good place to start work,” he says.

Another thing he did was to move video mon­i­tors away from the set, so the actors wouldn’t worry about what they looked like.

“They con­cen­trated on the moment, that I felt worked,” he says. “Par­tic­u­larly peo­ple who are doing they same role sev­eral times … they could be [say­ing] ‘Am I doing that look again?’”

Slade talks about scene struc­ture, say­ing most scenes have the same three-act form as an entire movie, and quotes Plato on the bal­ance between craft and form.

“I’m going to sound like a wanker now for men­tion­ing Plato,” says Slade. “For Twi­light, we’re not talk­ing about the great­est art, but about try­ing to cre­ate some­thing that works, that peo­ple respond to.”

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MessageSujet: Re: [Eclipse] Revue de presse   Lun 20 Sep - 19:14

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David Slade parle d'Eclipse à La Province ( journal candadien)

Il explique donc qu'il a commencé à travailler sur Eclipse avant que ne sorte New Moon. Il n'a pas fait attention aux fans qui venaient sur le tournage. La sécurité érigaient des palissades pour empêcher les fans d'accèder aux lieux de tournage. Il était toujours en train de travailler à l'arrière de sa voiture pendant le trajet sur le tournage.
Il a un profond respect pour les fans qui attendaient des heures pour les apercevoir. Il dit ne pas avoir pris en compte les autres films. Il a parlé individuellement aux acteurs avant de commencer les répétitions. ( il a parlé avec eux de ce qu'ils ont aimé ou pas dans les films précédens pour tirer le meilleur d'eux même). Il a enlevé les écrans de contrôle sur le tournage pour que les acteurs ne voient pas immédiatement leur performances. Enfin, il cite Platon pour expliquer qu'il voualit trouver un équilibre entre l'art et la forme.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Eclipse] Revue de presse   Mer 1 Déc - 7:48

'Eclipse' director David Slade on fans, Bella and Charlie, and married life

While we're busy screaming over feathery Twitpics from "Breaking Dawn," Summit Entertainment is offering "The Twilight Saga" fans a juicy stocking stuffer to tide them over -- an extras-packed, two-disc DVD set for "Eclipse."

The Ministry caught up with director David Slade, who steered the third installment of the franchise, as he reflected on his whirlwind year in the Twi-universe. After all, a year ago at this time, Slade was only a month into editing the flick.

"Finishing the film is a moment of great weight. It's not just getting it cut, it's when the final print is timed and there's nothing more to do," he said. "It was the night before we did our press junket we finished it."

Finished staring at the famous faces of Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner, that is. Slade, whose pedigree is in music videos and darker indies such as "Hard Candy," said he did his best with the "Eclipse" DVD to please the vampire saga's legions of fans.

"This is the only thing I've ever done that's had such a fan subculture, so with the deleted scenes I wanted to do a little justification for them," Slade said.

Chief among the scenes cut from the theatrical version of the film was an exchange between Stewart's Bella and her on-screen dad Charlie, played by Billy Burke.
[Spoiler alert!] The two have a bonding moment after her high school graduation, one of Bella's last mortal activities before Pattinson's Edward follows through on making her a vampire.

"It's all in Billy's face, when you watch the film 30-odd times or more, there's more in his face than in his words," Slade said. "I was so confident that was going to make it in, we did it in one shot. It was two people trying to be as close to each other as possible."

Fans will get to live that moment when the DVD hits stores on Dec. 4.

Meanwhile, Slade will announce his next film in a matter of weeks, but insists it won't be any of the numerous projects that have been rumored.

"It always surprises me, what can get out there, like I'm doing 'Christine,' the Stephen King story. No, I'm not!" he said.

He did consider directing the next installment of "Wolverine," starring Hugh Jackman.

"We've gotten a ton of scripts, 30-odd projects, and one of them was 'Wolverine,' which Darren Aronofsky is doing. I met with Hugh, but felt it was right that they continue together."

The Ministry is also happy to report that Slade eloped Aug. 12 with his girlfriend of eight years, mere weeks after the June 24 world premiere of "Eclipse."

"Married life suits me," he said.

And now it's Stewart and Pattinson's turn -- on screen of course. Shooting is underway for "Breaking Dawn" parts one and two, under director Bill Condon.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Eclipse] Revue de presse   Mer 1 Déc - 7:50

MTV: The Making-Of-Documentary Is One Of The Reasons That We're Psyched For The DVD

OME, only four more days until "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" hits stores on DVD! Should we dub this auspicious day Sparkly Friday in Edward's honor? After all, Jacob got his own spending-spree holiday last week. (That is why they call it Black Friday, right?) While the judges reach a verdict, today we're coming at you with the No. 4 reason we're pumped for this particular film to hit home video.

Yesterday we talked about the DVD special feature that allows fast-forwarding to all the Edward or Jacob scenes in the film (swoon!), but today we're all about the special six-part making-of documentary. Mum's been the word on what the documentary actually entails, so we decided to ask director David Slade if he could give us a little preview of what fans can expect.

"I can't remember it," he admitted rather sheepishly. "I do remember having to watch it to approve it and stuff."

Uh, well, that works out too. Apparently the people involved in the documentary did such a good job blending in that David completely forgot that they were on set filming! Since he was only directly involved in the DVD when he made a commentary for the deleted scenes (we'll get to those bad boys later this week), David unfortunately didn't have too much top secret information to spill.

"All credit due to the people who made the behind-the-scenes. They were almost invisible when we were making the film. They really were exceptionally discreet. So I can't remember them ever being there," he said. "I noticed them with a camcorder every now and again. I remember grabbing a hold of it once or twice and gesturing into the camera, but other than that, I don't remember them being there. You could attribute this to old age."

All the more reason to pick up the DVD, we guess!

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MessageSujet: Re: [Eclipse] Revue de presse   Mer 1 Déc - 7:51

Eclipse Director Says Twilight Wedding Almost Came Early

Any Twi-Hard knows that Bella Swan’s extravagant wedding to her handsome vampire suitor occurs in the beginning of series closer “Breaking Dawn” — chapter three, to be exact.

But according to David Slade, the director of the “Twilight Saga: Eclipse” adaptation, it might have come a little earlier on the big screen.

“We discussed a lot of the things at the script-writing stage — at one point, we were even going to shoot the wedding at the end of ["Eclipse"] but we knew there was another film coming,” Slade tells NextMovie exclusively.

“We knew that a lot of that could go into the next film. And we just made the most concise version of this story that we could.”

Stayed tuned for more of our interview with Slade, in which he predicts the next “Twilight” — and explains the magic behind Meyer’s creation.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Eclipse] Revue de presse   Mer 1 Déc - 7:56

Director David Slade Exclusive Interview for THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE DVD/Blu-ray; Plus an Update on Future Projects

On December 4th, and just in time for the holiday season, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse will be released on DVD, Blu-Ray and combo pack. Much to the satisfaction of all the loyally dedicated fans, the two-disc special edition of the third installment in the wildly popular, $2 billion franchise features a six-part behind the scenes documentary, along with deleted and extended scenes, a photo gallery, music videos, and audio commentary from Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart and Stephenie Meyer & Wyck Godfrey.

Earlier today, Collider had the opportunity to do an exclusive interview with director David Slade, in which he talked about all of the special features and extras that even the most hardcore fans are sure to enjoy, how every aspect of making the film was daunting, that one of his favorite scenes was the kitchen scene between Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Charlie (Billy Burke), and how he doesn’t judge a film by it’s financial or critical success, but rather how closely it achieves his original vision. He also said that he’s currently narrowing down what he’s going to be working on next, and that all of his choices are very different from his previous work.

Question: What will fans get most excited about, in regard to the special features and extras that you’ve selected for this DVD?


DAVID SLADE: You know, I don’t know. That’s bad. I made the film and haven’t even seen these things, except to approve them. What I will say is that I think it’s a point worth making that, for a film like this, because of the fan base, I liken it to a subculture. It’s not quite punk rock, but it’s a fan culture, like Star Wars fans. It’s a positive thing and I’ve always been very, very supportive of fan cultures. I’m a fan of all kinds of things. With a DVD, you want something you can own, you can watch, you can come to grips with and you can explore. It’s something larger than the film, when it’s going out to a fan base like this. So, I guess that’s my answer. I hope that they like all of it.

The thing that I remember doing myself is the commentary on the deleted scenes. I don’t do commentaries on films because A) I’m not very good at it and B) it’s an odd thing that I discovered, on my first film, that you go through this really intense experience of making a film and then you sit in a little room with a monitor and you reduce the thing to a bunch of silly anecdotes. It’s really unfulfilling and I’ve never really enjoyed listening to them anyway, so I just don’t do them. I’ve made a point, since then, of not doing them.

But, one of the things I thought was important, particularly because of this fan base and because of how much stock they put into the stories, was just to talk about the stuff we took out – that we shot and we didn’t put in – and the reasoning behind it. I felt it needed a bit of justification. There were some scenes that I actually really liked and would like to have put them in. And who knows? They may be favorites of people within the fan cultures. Film becomes a living organism. After awhile, it begins to tell you what it needs and you’re usually best listening.

Looking back on the whole process of making Eclipse, were there things you were most happy with, in making the film, and were there things you wish you could have tweaked?

SLADE: Yeah, it’s always like that. As a director, you have to go in with a really, really, really clear picture of what you want. That’s the point of my commentaries. It’s so difficult because you’re the harshest critic. You’re like, “If only there was more time, more money, more whatever.” That’s not to say that, in this instance, it was any more or less than any other film I’ve done. That’s what you do. As the director, you’re meant to be critical and you are, so there are loads of things. But the thing is, the way I look at it is, to try to get some measure of success, it’s dangerous to look at financial or critical success, or positive response as a measure. The thing for a director, and one of my own personal ways of looking at it, is “How close was it to the picture you had in your head when you went in?” And it was very close. Besides Hard Candy, it was probably the closest. To that, I feel some measure of success.

One of the really striking things in the behind the scenes features is the obvious amount of time and attention to detail that was taken for every little thing in the film, from the sets and locations to the lighting to things like Bella’s engagement ring and the quilt she is given. Do you think the extent of what goes into making a film will really surprise people when they see that?

SLADE: It’s usually that way, though. I don’t know any other way to do it. That the way I am, really. Nothing was really put on. I don’t even remember the behind the scenes people being there, to be honest. They were very, very discreet. That’s just part of the process. The clearer the picture, the better the film, when you go in as the director, and I had a very clear picture of the film I was trying to make. Every day, you have to have a benchmark, and the benchmark is that picture, that image and that whole construct that you’ve prepared, so it has all those details in it. If that surprises people, then great. That’s just the way I work.

You said in the special features that it took you many years to figure out how to see a clear picture and then get it onto the screen. What was it that finally clicked for you and allowed you to know that you could actually be a director?

SLADE: Oh god, when’s that going to happen? I’m still waiting for that one. I think most directors are. It’s a process of learning. Certainly, from a technical point of view, I remember a specific defining moment where I went, “Oh shit, that looks exactly how I wanted it to! What am I going to do now?” But, that was 10 years ago or so. You always learn. There’s always room to learn and I love learning, so I have the perfect dream job.

What was the most daunting aspect of stepping into this wildly popular franchise?


SLADE: The most daunting thing was getting out of bed, every day. No, really. There’s this point between conscious and subconscious when you realize you were asleep and resting, and you were having all kinds of anxiety dreams about the film and all the things that can go wrong. You get in this hypnagogic state, where you’re waking up and realizing, “Oh, it was just a dream.” And then, there’s this moment where you’re like, “Oh, everything is fine.” And then, you’re laying in bed and you realize the moment your feet touch the ground, that you get back to work and the routine goes. You’re in the shower, you have breakfast, you go out the door, you’re in the car, you drive to the set and you start working. It’s that moment of limbo between where you have to make that decision to get out of bed, which of course you do every day, that is the most daunting thing. Sorry if that’s abstract, but everything about this film was fairly daunting, so we just had to break it down into little, tiny, Post-It note size pieces so it was manageable. It was a hugely epic story to be told, in a very short amount of time. So, getting out of bed was the most daunting thing.

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

SLADE: 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.

Do you feel it was a help or a hindrance with Eclipse that the cast had already been together for two previous films?

SLADE: It was a bit of both. Yes, there is something absolutely wonderful to build upon because they’ve done it before. But, the way it worked for me was that I met each actor individually and asked, quite honestly, what worked and what didn’t work, so we could excise what didn’t work and build upon what worked. And with so little time to shoot the film, and pressures of the schedule and weather, and all the rest of it, it certainly wouldn’t have been as successful, had they not been through this before. But, to an extent, this is also the most mature of the films so far, so there wasn’t too much to be done to look backwards. It was mainly, essentially a process of growing forwards from where they came from. But, it’s good to know where you’ve come from.

Was it fun, as a filmmaker, to get to show some of the characters’ backstories and bring that new aspect to the story?

SLADE: Yeah, I actually spent the most time, when I was reading the book, really researching and going back and re-reading the stuff like Jasper’s (Jackson Rathbone) backstory and Rosalie’s (Nikki Reed) story. Those are the ones that I actually had the most fun reading in the book as well. At a certain point, I remember that there was theoretical talk about cutting one or another of those scenes out because they weren’t essentially that critical to the main three characters’ story, but we kept them all and they were really fun. It’s one of those things, when you have a novel and you have source material, where you can actually really go and explore that stuff. You’re not actually pulling it out of your own ass. You’re actually referencing something. That’s as close as you get to doing historical drama without doing historical drama. And we had Stephenie [Meyer] there all the time, so even if it wasn’t clear in the novel, she would always have such a clear picture of this world and this universe, and she can answer any question. You could ask her a year apart and it will be the same answer she gives you, every time.

You’ve been mentioned as being considered for so many different upcoming projects, such as The Hunger Games and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, that have gone to other directors. Do you have any idea what you’ll actually be working on next?

SLADE: They’re all lies. I wish I could be very specific, but I can’t. We’ve gone through 30-odd projects. My agent and manager would sternly tell me exactly the number of projects that we’ve turned down, at this point. But, I think it’s really important to do the right thing next. I’m closing in on about four projects, which I really, really love. The fates and the wind direction will determine which, but I don’t know yet. They’re all very different as well, and none of them are things that I’ve really done before.

Are you looking to adapt another project for the screen, or are you looking to do original material?

SLADE: One of them is completely original. One of them is an adaptation. They’re all different. I don’t really know. I wish I could say, “It’s going to be this.” They’re all different tales, and they’re all different genres. They’re all just different things. It’s one of those things where I haven’t consistently done the same thing, which is not out of design, but just out of my personal interest. Hopefully, some sense of vision or something will keep some kind of consistency in a body of work, but I don’t go out looking to do a Western, or whatever it is, next.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Eclipse] Revue de presse   Mer 1 Déc - 8:00

Rob Pattinson & Kristen Stewart: All Work, No Beers

If Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart were ever bothered by the constant paparazzi and tabloid attention to their private lives during the making of Eclipse, director David Slade says he didn't know anything about it.

And even if he did, Slade wasn't about to get involved in any of the dramarama.

It's not that he didn't care, but...

"We had a very tight schedule so there wasn't much time to be too sympathetic, to be honest," Slade told me earlier today while promoting this week's release of the Eclipse DVD (out Dec. 4). "We had to go. We had to shoot. We had shoot after shoot after shoot. We had a 50-day schedule which isn't normally what you have for a film of this scale.

"So we just had to crack on," he continued. "If anything, there wasn't time to go, 'How are you feeling today? Are you all right? What's going on?'"

They were so busy that Slade says he never even had the chance to get to know Pattinson, Stewart and the rest of the cast too well. "All the time we spent together was working," he said. "We never hung out and had a beer. We were rehearsing. If we weren't rehearsing, we were shooting. If we weren't rehearsing or shooting, we were sleeping."

Even so, maybe we'll see Slade directing another Twilight movie one of these days? Sure, the Breaking Dawn flicks are supposed to be the last two installments of the megahit vampire franchise, but Slade laughed, "There was only going to be three James Bond movies, right?"

So, do you think Breaking Dawn should be the end of Twilight or should it go on Bond-style? Sound off below.

And that's not all I have for you from Mr. Slade. Make sure to come back here tomorrow to find out about the scenes that didn't make it into the movie, what he would do with Breaking Dawn and so much more.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Eclipse] Revue de presse   Mer 1 Déc - 13:05

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MessageSujet: Re: [Eclipse] Revue de presse   Mer 1 Déc - 13:22

David Slade parle des fans,de Bella et Charlie et de la vie matrimoniale

Alors qu'on est occupé à hurler après avoir vu une 1ère image de "Breaking Dawn," Summit Entertainment offre aux fans de beaux cadeaux-- 2 DVD remplis de bonus du tournage d' "Eclipse."

Nous avons parlé avec David Slade. Après tout , il y a un an, Slade était à un mois du tournage

"Achever le film est un moment crucial. Il ne s'agit pas juste de faire le montage , c'est quand le montage final est prêt et qu'il n'y a plus rien à faire," dit il . "C'est la veille du press junket que nous avons fini."

Ce fut la fin de la contemplation des visages de Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart et Taylor Lautner. Slade, donc le CV comporte des clips vidéos et des films sombres comme "Hard Candy," dit avoir fait de son mieux pour le DVD d'"Eclipse" afin de plaire au légion de fans

"C'est la seule que j'ai faite qui compte autant de fans, avec tant de scènes supprimées que je voulais faire pour leur donner une petite satisfaction," dit Slade

Une des scènes coupées au montage fut celle entre Bella et son père Charlie, incarné par Billy Burke.
[Spoiler] Ils partagent un moment d'émotion après la cérémonie de remise des diplômes, une des activités humaines que doit faire Bella avant qu' Edward ne la transforme en vampire.

"Tout se passe sur le visage de Billy, quand vous voyez le film pour la 30ème fois, il se passe plus de choses sur son visage qu'au travers de des paroles," dit Slade. "Je pensais vraiment que ça serait dans le film , on l'a fait en une prise .Ce fut 2 personnes tentant d'être aussi proche que possible."

Les fans verront ce moment quand le DVD sortira le 4 décembre

Pendant ce temps, Slade annoncera dans les prochaines semaines son futur projet, mais il insiste que ce ne sera aucun des films mentionnés dans les diverses rumeurs

"Ca me surprend toujours , ce qui peut sortir , comme la rumeur sur 'Christine,' l'histoire de Stephen King. Non , je ne le fais pas" dit il

Il a envisagé faire "Wolverine," avec Hugh Jackman.

"Nous avons eu des tas de projets , une trentaine et parmi eux 30'Wolverine,' et c'est Darren Aronofsky qui le fera . J'ai rencontré Hugh, mais j'ai senti qu'il fallait qu'ils continuent ensemble."

Nous sommes aussi heureux de vous annoncer que Slade a convolé le 12 août avec sa petite amie qu'il connait depuis 8 ans , quelques semaines après l'avant première d' "Eclipse."

"La vie matrimoniale me convient," dit il

Et désormais c'est au tour de Stewart et Pattinson – à l'écran bien entendu . Le tournage de "Breaking Dawn" a débuté,sous la direction de Bill Condon.

latimes.com via gossip dance

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MessageSujet: Re: [Eclipse] Revue de presse   Mer 1 Déc - 13:27

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MTV: The Making-Of-Documentary Is One Of The Reasons That We're Psyched For The DVD

OME, only four more days until "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" hits stores on DVD! Should we dub this auspicious day Sparkly Friday in Edward's honor? After all, Jacob got his own spending-spree holiday last week. (That is why they call it Black Friday, right?) While the judges reach a verdict, today we're coming at you with the No. 4 reason we're pumped for this particular film to hit home video.

Yesterday we talked about the DVD special feature that allows fast-forwarding to all the Edward or Jacob scenes in the film (swoon!), but today we're all about the special six-part making-of documentary. Mum's been the word on what the documentary actually entails, so we decided to ask director David Slade if he could give us a little preview of what fans can expect.

"I can't remember it," he admitted rather sheepishly. "I do remember having to watch it to approve it and stuff."

Uh, well, that works out too. Apparently the people involved in the documentary did such a good job blending in that David completely forgot that they were on set filming! Since he was only directly involved in the DVD when he made a commentary for the deleted scenes (we'll get to those bad boys later this week), David unfortunately didn't have too much top secret information to spill.

"All credit due to the people who made the behind-the-scenes. They were almost invisible when we were making the film. They really were exceptionally discreet. So I can't remember them ever being there," he said. "I noticed them with a camcorder every now and again. I remember grabbing a hold of it once or twice and gesturing into the camera, but other than that, I don't remember them being there. You could attribute this to old age."

All the more reason to pick up the DVD, we guess!

source : MTV.com via gossip dance

MTV revient sur les Behind the scenes du film et on demandait à Slade ce qu'il en pensait.

Il ne se souvient pas de ce qu'il a dit. Il sait qu'il a dû regarder pour donner son accord mais il ne sait plus de quoi ça parle

"Tout le mérite revient à ceux qui ont fait les behind-the-scenes. Ils étaient quasiment invisible sur le tournage.Ils furent vraiment très discret . Je ne me souviens donc pas les avoir vus ," dit il . Je les ai vus avec leur caméras de temps en temps . Je me souviens les avoir vus parfois et leur faire signe devant la caméra cmais les autres moments non. On mettra ça sur le compte de la vieillesse"

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MessageSujet: Re: [Eclipse] Revue de presse   Mer 1 Déc - 13:27

Le reste cette après midi , le devoir m'appelle Wink

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MessageSujet: Re: [Eclipse] Revue de presse   Mer 1 Déc - 14:13

c'est déjà très bien
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Citation :
"Tout se passe sur le visage de Billy, quand vous voyez le film pour la 30ème fois, il se passe plus de choses sur son visage qu'au travers de des paroles," dit Slade. "Je pensais vraiment que ça serait dans le film , on l'a fait en une prise .Ce fut 2 personnes tentant d'être aussi proche que possible."

voilà qui remet certaines pendules à l'heure. Slade n'a pas eu son mot à dire sur le montage du film.
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