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Video Interview With Twilight: Eclipse / Breaking Dawn Screenwriter MELISSA ROSENBERG


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Getting very close to the release date for Twilight:Eclipse – July 9th and even closer for American fans Wednesday!

As promised I would start posting the video interviews from the cast and crew of the third movie i’m currently assembling the video interviews but we start today with a interview with Melissa Rosenberg.

Rosenberg is the screenwriter for the movie as well as the Breaking Dawn double bill and in this interview she discusses working with different directors and will for last two movies as well(Bill Condon), along with some fans wanting a R Rating last movie.

The interview lasts more than 10 minutes, lots of interesting things and the interview comes courtesy of Collider who all create good video interviews. As I said I’ll have more interviews from the cast as well as from Collider in the coming days, so stay tuned.

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