Fifteen minutes of vampire drama 'Twilight' have been screened at the third International Rome Film Festival and 8-minutes of it has been leaked out.
A portion of highly anticipated "Twilight" has been screened at the Rome Film Festival and now 8 minutes of it has been leaked out. Giving an extended sneak peek into the vampire drama, the bootlegged footage presents the meeting between Bella and the Cullen family for the first time.
This 8-minute footage is a part of the 15 minutes footage from the Stephenie Meyer's adapted novel premiered at the third International Rome Film Festival. It was screened before the public at 5 P.M. on Thursday, October 30, and it is said to include backstage footage from the film.
"Twilight" is a modern day love story between a vampire and a human. It resolves around seventeen-year-old Isabella 'Bella' Swan, her mysterious vampire classmate, Edward Cullen, and their unlikely romantic relationship. Finding acceptance from one another, their romance blossoms. However, it puts Bella's life in grave danger as Cullen's nemesis, James, comes to the town and sets his eyes on Bella.
Starring Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Cam Gigandet, Edi Gathegi, Rachelle Lefevre and many others, it is directed by Catherine Hardwicke, the director of 2003 drama "Thirteen". Set to blast off in the U.S. big screen on November 21, this Melissa Rosenberg-scripted movie takes the slot left by "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince".
8-Minutes of "Twilight" From Rome Film Festival: