Ok Twilight fans, it looks like you won’t have to wait long to see the final film in the franchise. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn could possibly begin shooting as early as this fall.
This means that the story could be all wrapped up and in theaters in 2011.
Here’s the LA Times take on the story:
When [Stephenie Meyer's Breaking Dawn] was released in August 2008, fan reaction was intense and divided with some “Twi-hards” expressing confusion and dismay over a plot that involved *SPOILER ALERT* a recently graduated 19-year-old Bella giving birth to a half-human/half-vamp daughter named Renesmee, who grows much faster than the average mortal child and who possesses a unique way of communicating with those around her, clearly inherited from Dad’s side of the family.
Wyck Godfrey, the producer of all the films in the “Twilight” saga, admits that the creative team still doesn’t know how they’ll handle the character in the “Breaking Dawn” movie, but said that the plan is absolutely for the production to go forward—as either one or two installments—with an eye toward beginning to shoot in Vancouver this fall.
Currently all of the main players are set to return in their roles, except for Rachelle Lefevre who will be replaced by Bryce Dallas Howard as Victoria in the final two movies.
The next film, Eclipse, hits theaters on June 30.