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    May 13, 2010


    It looks not so good over the Summit’s camp. The planned production for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn is not going according to plan – thanks to the not so comforting news as some of the supporting casts are demanding more money than Summit is offering.

    Don’t worry – the three main casts (Kirsten Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner are already in for the last chapter films, which is currently still on plan to be split into two separate films. Others like Peter Facinelli (Carliste Cullen) and Billy Burke (Bella’s father) are also secured.

    Now who’s the culprit? Apparently Kellan Lutz and Ashley Greene are holding things up by trying to get a bigger paycheck for Breaking Dawn. Summit is reported to have offered about 10 times what they made in Twilight and New Moon but the figures (according to them) were deemed “offensive” because of the nature money that Summit had made from the first two films.

    Since they were now making such a messy trouble, there are talks that indeed Summit isn’t willing to pay hefty money to those playing supporting casts. So naturally, a replacement may happen sooner or later. Take an example of the upcoming Eclipse; Bryce Dallas Howard replaced Rachelle Lefevre as the vengeful vampire Victoria due to money issue. For Summit, such action is the best and quick solution in town.

    I am still unsure if Summit wants to have the last chapter of the Twilight Saga to be split into two, ala what Warners have done to the Harry Potter franchise. Currently it should be acceptable that Breaking Dawn will be in two parts which will be over a year apart. Tentatively, the first part will be in November 2011 followed by part two in November 2012.

    SOURCE: Screen Rant
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