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'Eclipse' Parody from Hillywood!

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This Eclipse Parody from Hillywood was released in November but if you haven’t seen it, it’s too funny!

In case you’ve been living on the moon, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse stars Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, and Taylor Lautner. Like the novel, the movie sees the love triangle between Bella Swan, Edward Cullen, and Jacob Black reach a turning point while the Cullens and the Wolf Pack must unite against a common danger.

“When we started to make these movies a lot of people would say that the third one’s going to make the best movie,” says Wyck Godfrey, one of the producers of all three films. “I think a lot of people feel that way because Eclipse has the most action with the climax involving a huge battle between wolves and vampires and newborns. Plus, you know that the Bella/Edward/Jacob relationship is going to come crashing in Eclipse.”

“But to me, Eclipse is really about Bella having come to the decision that she is absolutely going to become a vampire and she begins to really evaluate what that’s going to cost her,” adds Godfrey. “She must weigh the pros and cons of the ramifications of choosing to become Edward’s eternal lover.”

Author Stephenie Meyer agrees, “For me the biggest theme was always about having to face the consequences of your choices, and that even the right choices have consequences, and not making a choice has a consequence. One of the biggest things about growing up is that grownups realize, if I do A then I have to deal with B, and they take that into account. Bella has to become a grownup and start dealing with the consequences of her actions.”

Photo: Kimberley French
© 2010 Summit Entertainment, LLC. All rights reserved.

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