The 'Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part' helmer reveals he made a director's cut which merges the two movies into one movie.
Bill Condon has just revealed that he created a supercut of "The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part I" and "The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part II". Met at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival where he promoted his upcoming movie "The Fifth Estate", the helmer said he combined the last two installments of the "Twilight" film series into one movie.
"Well, I think we did so much for the extended edition of ['Breaking Dawn Part 1'], I think there's probably extra stuff on ['Breaking Dawn Part 2'], although not additional scenes, unfortunately," he said when asked about his contribution to a "Twilight" box-set coming out later this year, "because that movie is so unbelievably visual effects heavy, it would cost a ton of money to actually create the environment for some of those extra scenes."
He went on revealing the existence of the director's cut version, "But, I do have a kind of version of those two movies cut into one movie that is not going to be there, but I hope one day might emerge. I think it would be an interesting experience for those who are really into it."
Condon said the supercut didn't have a lot of different things, but "there are obviously adjustments you have to make and rearranging some of the stuff. Just making it into one seamless thing, making it feel more like the original novel."
Saying that he created the supercut during the post-production process on "Breaking Dawn", he hoped that someday Summit would release it into theaters. "It'd be interesting. Maybe that'll happen," he shared.