The end of the Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn, has officially been changed.
Last Exit to Reality has attained inside information from an employee at Maverick Films, who has given us inside information on how they will finally kill off the rampaging hormones and overwrought teen yearning series known as the Twilight Saga. We would like to warn readers in advance, that this article will contain spoilers, so read at your own risk.
When Summit Entertainment released the third installment of the series (Twilight – Eclipse), teens everywhere flocked to the theaters to watch Bella and Edward go to their meadow, get married, make love and then see Bella be transformed into a vampire by Edward. While the film did not do as well at the box office as the previous one, it still made money. But the reviews were less than warm. Chicago Sun-Times movie critic Roger Ebert gave the film 1 star out of 4 and said that it “takes the tepid achievement of Twilight, guts it, and leaves it for undead.”
Maverick had already started shooting the 4th movie in the series (Twilight – Breaking Dawn), when a Studio Exec pointed out that no series of films have ever made it past 3 and managed to be any good at all. He pointed out how crap the Planet of the Apes films of the 70’s were, how The Star Trek films dragged on and on and how ‘The Fast and The Furious’ series became more than insipid. When the film began to run over budget, Warner Music Group (the owner of Maverick) decided that it was time to shake things up and find a way to end the series for good.
Negotiations began in February 2011 to bring Wesley Snipes on board to reprise his character Blade. While his part in the movie is quite small and only at the end, he was reportedly paid $6 million for what amounts to a cameo. But it is said that final scene will leave an indelible imprint in the minds of Twilight fans for years to come.
The picture in this article is from the final scene, moments before Edward and Bella meet their long-awaited fate. The new title will be “Twilight – Breaking Down.”
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