Check it out now!
Get your tickets now!
September 10th, 2013
Director Bill Condon was interviewed by Collider Magazine this past week for the premiere of his film The Fifth Element at TIFF and got into the topic of Twilight. The director admitted that he has a four hour supercut version of Breaking Dawn Part 1 and 2, but no plans have been made to release the seamless version of the two films.
“I do have a kind of version of those two movies cut into one movie that is not going to be there [on the box set], but I hope one day might emerge,” Condon told Collider, referencing the 10 disc box set Twilight Forever that is set to be released on November 5. “I think it would be an interesting experience for those who are really into it.”
I think so too, Bill Condon. I think so too. And here’s why I think Twi-hards around the world will want to see a supercut of Breaking Dawn Part 1 and 2.
Because Bella finally gets useful.
We sat through four films before finally getting a really epic fight scene and deserve a supercut.
This CGI never gets old.
This gross-out of a scene never gets old.
We’re still not over this. #RIPShirtlessJacob
We still don’t get why vampires don’t blink like humans. Don’t their eyeballs get dry as well?
Our sick fascination/attempt to understand imprinting is still alive and kicking.
And there’s never enough Emmett.
Seriously, we need more Emmett.