Catherine Hardwicke & Wyck Godfrey Talk Breaking Dawn
lawyers ... you get all of these outside influences telling you [that] you should hold out for this much because you're such an important part of the franchise," Hardwicke told UsMagazine.com at the "Twilight" convention in Vancouver over the weekend. The director speculated that the actors themselves aren't the ones holding out for a bigger paycheck. (The split of the novel into two movies hasn't been announced while contract negotiations are under way.)
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has a really great audio interview with Wyck Godfrey where he talks about the choice of Bill Condon as the Breaking Dawn director and more! Click here
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And there's a new interview with Catherine Hardwicke where she talks about her thoughs on the payment negotiations between Summit, Ashley Greene, and Kellan Lutz for the Breaking Dawn movie:
"Ashley and Kellan have agents, managers,
"Possibly, [replaced co-star] Rachelle [Lefevre] and Ashley and Kellan might not even be all that involved," she said. "They have all the other people telling them things and a lot of stuff can get mishandled, like what happened with Rachelle. There's so many possible misunderstandings. It breaks my heart."
So, what does she think will come of the negotiations? "It could turn ugly. Do [these actors] deserve more money? Probably they do, on one level. But if everybody makes so much money, then ... it's complicated," she added. "What a mess!"
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