Tag Archives: Stephanie Meyers

The Twilight Saga: Costume Design Rewind

30 Nov

By Open Book

It’s no secret the Twilight saga has had some issues in the wardrobe, hair and make-up department. Now to some this may seem rather trivial. Yet, something as subtle as a bad wig can ruin or make a dramatic scene comical. A successful costume design is one that enhances an actor’s performance and aids in telling the story. The Twilight franchise produced five films in all. Beginning with Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, and Breaking Dawn: Part 1 and Breaking Dawn: Part 2. All these films were told from Bella Swan’s perspective, which dictated the “magical realism” (depiction of subjects as they appear in everyday life) production and costume design for these films. In this article we will try to understand if wardrobe, hair and make-up could have helped or hindered the critical credibility of the Twilight films.

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Breaking Dawn: Imprinting Deconstructed

23 Nov

By Littlebells

In Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight series, Jacob (who can shape-shift into a wolf) discusses how wolf pack members find their mate.  Jacob discusses what imprinting is to Bella Swan early in the series, but it is in Breaking Dawn Part 1 that we see imprinting in action.

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What is the Value of the Twilight Comic Books?

16 Nov

By Comic Relief

If you are a fan of contemporary films, you are well aware of Summit Entertainment’s Twilight Saga or Twilight’s now four-film movie franchise?  If you are a fan of contemporary comics you were probably aware of two comics series dedicated to the film Twilight. Of course you may be asking what is the value of the Twilight comic books? At LIH we thought that was a curious question; so here is an attempt to answer that question?

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