Shame on you guys who tried to leak stuffs. -_- This is an important news:
Last spring the filmmakers of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn unpleaded with fans not to “view or pass on” images that had leaked onto the internet from the unfinished film (which included highly anticipated scenes, such as Bella and Edward in bed), and described themselves as “extremely heartbroken.”
But maybe now they can take comfort in legal action? Summit Entertainment put out a press release today that identifies the alleged “principle hacker”: “Civil actions in the United States and Argentina name Daiana Santia, along with others, as being involved in stealing photographs, unfinished images and video from both parts of the yet to be released The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn which first appeared on the internet of March 31 of this year,” the release states, going on to say that criminal action in Argentina has also been filed.
“While we very much appreciate the legions of committed fans of the franchise and encourage them to create community online, we cannot ignore that property was stolen,” says David C. Friedman, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, Summit Entertainment. “It is not fair to the majority of fans that want to see the final chapter of The Twilight Saga film franchise fully realized the filmmaker and dedicated cast and crew to have these images out and available on the internet.”
Breaking Dawn — Part 1 will arrive in theaters Nov. 18
After some grainy photos of what looked to be scenes from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn (specifically of Bella and Edward in bed together, now since taken down) started circulating on the Internet, Summit Entertainment, author Stephenie Meyer, director Bill Condon, and producer Wyck Godfrey have released the following statement: As some of you may know, pictures and screen grabs of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn as a work in progress have leaked on the internet. We are extremely proud of this film and also extremely heartbroken to see it out there at this stage.
The film and these images are not yet ready or in their proper context. They were illegally obtained and their early dissemination is deeply upsetting to the actors, the filmmakers and Summit who are working so hard to bring these movies to fruition to you in November 2011 and November 2012.
Please, for those who are posting, stop. And please, though the temptation is high, don’t view or pass on these images. Wait for the film in its beautiful, finished entirety to thrill you.
Stephenie Meyer, Bill Condon, Wyck Godfrey and Summit Entertainment
So seriously, you guys, we've got to stop passing on some leaked images. I'm just saying. Sorry if I sounded harsh.