It's been a magical day in Twilightland. Bill Condon and MTV are finally giving us something. Well, more than just one thing, but yeah. We now have some info on the movie and soundtrack, and some new stills as well.
Here's what we know so far:
- The soundtrack has been "firmed up."
- Christina Perri (singer of "A Thousand Years" from the BD-1 soundtrack) has hinted that she may return for the Part 2 soundtrack.
- The official run time of the film is one hour and fifty-six minutes long. It's one minute shorter than the last film, and the shortest one yet.
- "The biggest and most fun [day of shooting], just because of the surprise they pulled off, we went to the top, top, top as far as you can get in this arena to get the widest shot of the [battle]field with the Volturi on one side and the Cullen group on the other and on the last take suddenly you hear the Eurythmics and they all start to do this intimately choreographed dance that they'd worked out. It was a huge day and the biggest party ever." NUFF SAID. Also, it's possible that it will make the DVD.
Oh my God.
I'm excited for the sountrack, I'd rather that bland old Christina Perri not be on the soundtrack, the movie sounds too short for my liking (because, erhm, it's the most important one), and the dance is going to slay my life.
So, I'm flailing on this couch for both good and bad reasons.
What an exciting day.
And new stills!