Dawn Breaks: The Making of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1
“Bill [Condon] Told Me They Were going to break it up in two parts Because the book Was So large,” recalls American Visual Effects Supervisor John Bruno of historical initial meeting With The Oscar-winning writer-director to discuss the cinematic adaptation of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn. Bruno WAS intrigued by the concept. “Bella [Kristen Stewart] gets married, has vampire sex, Becomes pregnant, Loses 30 pounds, gets sick, is close to dying, They forcibly get the baby out of her, she dies and comes back as a vampire in Part One, in Part Two, we get to experience everything that happens to her as a vampire. I thought, ‘Well, that’s different. I like this. ‘“1275 visual effects shots Had to Be Completed Within a schedule of three months. “It was broken down the wolves That would be [the Responsibility of Phil] Tippett.” Beyond Refining the shape-shifting creatures signature Were there two more major issues. “The other things I were the ‘Bella Effect’ and the Baby Renesmee, Which in the next movie Grows Rapidly [Into an adult].” Bill Condon needed to be guided-through the unfamiliar world of visual effects. “Bill said, ‘I trust you know what you’re doing,’” recalls Bruno who HAD to address an overriding concern ‘for the filmmaker, Condon did not want the performances of historical actors to Be Replaced digitally. “The biggest thing in WAS This whole approach to never lose the expression and the emotion in the eyes of the characters.”
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