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SANTA MARIA, CA, March 11, 2010 /24-7PressRelease/ -- According to an inside source, the fourth saga and the most highly anticipated film in the Twilight Series is close to hiring Bill Condon to direct, and it will be split into two movies. "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part I", and "Part II" has not been confirmed "officially" by Summit Entertainment, however author Stephenie Meyer has stated, "it would have to be made into multiple movies because it is hard to imagine it fitting into ninety minutes."
In addition, a new production company, Sunswept Entertainment, has been brought on board for Breaking Dawn. Sunswept Entertainment was created by Karen Rosenfelt, who is the daughter of former MGM Chairman & CEO Frank Edward Rosenfelt. Karen Rosenfelt served as Producer on both "Twilight" and on "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse". She did not work on "New Moon", but is producing "Breaking Dawn" through her Sunswept Entertainment banner.
Fans can expect a massive talent search for the role of Renesmee Cullen, the half-vampire, half-human daughter of Edward Cullen and Bella Swan, just as there was for the roles of Seth and Leah Clearwater in "Eclipse". Due to the introduction of this character, Breaking Dawn is going to be the most CG-intense film of the Twilight series.
The Breaking Dawn novel is much more adult in tone than its three predecessors. Therefore the screenplay adaptation will likely have quite a bit of tweaking due to the explicit sex and birth scenes to avoid an R rating.
Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner have officially signed on to Breaking Dawn. The Breaking Dawn's director has yet to be officially announced.
For casting calls and auditions information, actors and background extras can visit the following website:
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Auditions and Casting Calls
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