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I never quote Shakespeare, but I think the little verse “the course of true love never did run smooth” applies here – as in life. Well, no wonder the beautiful image above could have come straight out of Shakespeare's .
There was a time, a long, long time ago, when my (and perhaps your) great-grandparents were around, probably in diapers, that a scene such as the one pictured above would have gotten movie censors foaming at the mouth.
That is, unless Pattinson's Edward Cullen decides to bite Stewart's Bella Swan's neck and drain all her blood. Photo: Summit Entertainment Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner and a few others back for The source for this bit of news is a site called Lainey Gossip, which I was totally unfamiliar with until I read reports elsewhere quoting from it just now.
The author of the piece – there's no byline – claims that “multiple sources have confirmed to me” that the sequences to be reshot are those showing Edward and Bella in the meadow (a great-looking scene; why would they have to reshoot that?
's Leighton Meester, when Pattinson wasn't even in the country – and Pattinson and Meester have apparently never even met.
The flying gossip Slade mentioned is probably the one that took wings yesterday.
But what's known is that such a scene would never have made the film's final cut.When I read reports that the meadow scene in David Slade's movie images and teaser trailer, looks flawless in terms of ambiance and romance.True, you can't discern the level of Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart's acting just by looking at the photos, but the Edward Cullen-Bella Swan chemistry feels “genuine.” Edward and Bella's on-screen chemistry is even more palpable in the brief meadow clip found in the movie trailer, when Edward promises Bella he'll love her for all eternity.) and “a few fight sequences.” The article also asserts that David Slade had priorly been at odds with Summit Entertainment – now, that would be easy to believe, considering that Slade's editor Art Jones was replaced several weeks ago by Nancy Richardson, who had edited the original , what initially would be shot in one week would have to be crammed into three days, with the crew working 18 hours a day. Having said all that, another site with the name Gossip on it – and that I was just as unfamiliar with until now – Gossip Cop to be exact, says that although there will be Gossip site is false.According to The Cop, a Summit representative has stated that “the reshoot was planned for months, like it is with the majority of films.” The representative added that David Slade will be directing the reshoots and that “none of the meadow or action scenes are being reshot.” The shoot should indeed last two-and-a-half to three days, but that's because “very little” will be redone.