As director David Slade announces 'The Twilight Saga's Eclipse' has finished filming, Summit Entertainment reveals plan to re-release 'Twilight' in theaters.
"That's a wrap!" has been shouted for the filming of "The Twilight Saga's Eclipse". David Slade, the third director in the "Twilight Saga" series, has just announced the end of principal photography through his Twitter page. "Twilight Eclipse officially wrapped shooting, at 4.30 am October 29th," he tweeted, adding "Physically and emotionally exhausted."
Slade's tweet came following his Saturday, October 24 posting that a number of actors have completed their work for "Eclipse", writing "Wrapped five actors tonight, its getting a lot less crowded in Forks." The 40-year-old followed up the tweet with another one that read, "Best wishes now and into the future to all those who finished work tonight. Just a few more days shooting left. Finish line is approaching."
On another "Twilight Saga" update, Summit Entertainment has issued a press release regarding the re-releasing of "Twilight" into theaters once again. On Thursday, October 29, the studio revealed that it will offer the first film at select theaters nationwide on November 19, a day before the sequel "The Twilight Saga's New Moon" opens wide. Summit also mentioned that select theaters will offer tickets at a reduced price.
As for the highly anticipated "New Moon", MTV will debut an exclusive clip from the second "Twilight Saga" movie during the Ulalume Festival on Friday, October 30 at 9 P.M. ET/PT. But, before the clip comes out, the network has teased a sneak peek of the footage through three new photos, exposing some of the Cullens' members.
"The Twilight Saga's Eclipse" is an adaptation of the third novel from Stephenie Meyer's "Twilight" series. Penned by Melissa Rosenberg like the two movies before it, "Twilight" and "New Moon", this third "Twilight" film has David Slade as its director and a U.S. release date schedule of June 30, 2010.