Twilight: Meet the Director and Actor
By Apple Inc.
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Catherine Hardwicke, director of such independent film darlings as Thirteen, the Lords of Dogtown and now Twilight, joins Robert Pattinson as they discuss the film adaptation of Stephenie Meyer's best-selling vampire romance novel Twilight. They discuss the making of the film, and staying true to the popular book. Twilight is an action-packed, modern day love story between a vampire and a human. Summit Entertainment releases Twilight in theaters on November 21, 2008.
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Rob and Catherine were wonderful, but...
I attended this Q&A at the Apple Store in Soho and I waited in line since 3:30 pm. It was well-organized, but my only complaint was how certain fans were behaving. There were certain fans that would randomly scream, "I LOVE YOU, ROB!" or "TAKE OFF YOUR HAT, ROB!" (which by the way, leave him and his hair alone! There's obviously a reason why he's wearing a hat.) People would shout questions out of turn. It really irked me because I really wanted to hear what Rob and Catherine had to say. It was not only disrespectful to the fans that waited many hours just to hear Robert and Catherine, but it was disrespectful to Robert and Catherine as well. This podcast was good, but it was quite hard to hear the fans' questions. Many thanks to Apple for providing this for free. :)
This was wonderful, especially for people like me who were not able to get inside to see the Q&A first-hand. The audience questions are little hard to hear so you might have to play around with the volume while you're watching, but it was great to hear about Robert and Catherine's experiences.
I hope upon hope that Stephanie Meyers continues to write Edward's perspective (as she is doing w/Midnight Sun) but will the entire series (New Moon, Eclipse, and Breaking Dawn). I would LOVE to read Edwards perspective...don't want to say too much for those who haven't read through books 2, 3 and 4!