August 24, 2009 03:10:26 GMT
Setting things straight on the circulating rumor of a possible fifth 'Twilight' film, actor Boo Boo Stewart retracts his words while Summit Entertainment's rep calls it premature.
Before the speculation of a potential fifth "Twilight" film grows bigger, both actor Boo Boo Stewart and a representative for Summit Entertainment have put the brakes on. After sparking frenzy with his comment suggesting a possible fifth movie, Stewart told Radar Online, "There was some false communication, so far it's just Eclipse that's coming out."
Also sounding a denial to the story was a representative for Summit Entertainment. Contacting Access Hollywood, the rep made note that Stewart's words were "premature". "We appreciate our young actor's enthusiasm for the franchise and his role, but his comments about the number of films were unfortunately uninformed and not accurate," stated the rep.
On the occasion, the rep additionally mentioned that the studio could not confirm just yet whether "The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn" would make it to the big screen. "However, the fans should rest assured the we're working with Stephenie Meyer to bring 'Breaking Dawn' to the big screen," the rep further explained.
Back on Friday, August 21, words were flying that there could be a fifth "Twilight" movie. The newest member of the "Twilight Saga" cast, Boo Boo Stewart, hinted the possibility in an interview with Access Hollywood. The 15-year-old who is cast to play portray Seth Clearwater in "The Twilight Saga's Eclipse" said, "I heard there's going to be three more movies. Eclipse, Breaking Dawn, and there should be one more."
The next "Twilight Saga" movie to be seen in theaters is "The Twilight Saga's New Moon". Awaiting its November 20 U.S. release, it centers on the personal conflict Bella experiences following Edward Cullen's abrupt departure. Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart return to reprise their roles as Edward Cullen and Bella Swan. Meanwhile, the third film, "Eclipse", has recently moved on with the production.