Le site Twifans a eu le privilège d'interviewer Stephenie Meyer et de lui poser un certain nombre de questions qui nous brulaient les lèvres :

D'abord la question au sujet du "Angry Edward" (Edward en colère) en images :

Retranscription de l'interview (en anglais) de Kim et Alison pour Twifans :

Kim: Okay, we have a question about the Angry Edward, and how hot he is. When he gets angry, he pulls up, and he’s like…ya know……if you ever touch her against her will again. All the fans just love it. We all love it and everybody went crazy. The members, our members, we all wanna know about angry Edward.

Alison: Why do you think the fandom thinks Angry Edward is SO hot?

SM: Ya know it’s funny about this scene, and Meghan’s giving me the eye. That’s the one I walked out on, on the dailies because in my head that scene was so much different. In the movie Edward is quite separate motivation-ally from the book Edward. At this point in the film in the story for me he’s gotten past this. Like he’s realized “I can’t act like a teenage boy anymore. I have to give her space. I have to be the mature one here.” And in that scene in the book, he has, icy calm control. He is very gentle. He is very soft spoken. He is very mature. So when I see him….and plus ya know, the movies are unable to bring to life some of the elements in the mythology. If Edward had, in anger, grabbed Jacob by the shoulder, his arm would have come off. And the fact that Taylor is uninjured, and that he just kind of sits there…..bothered me. So I'm like…wait! If we are gonna go for it, tear his arm off. Ya know. And it’s hard for them, because blood puts you over the limit and stuff, and they would not tear off Jacob’s arm. I’m like….if we want angry Edward, I wanna see some blood. They had already filmed that day, so we couldn’t redo it but, people have responded really well to it.

Kim: That is the thing because it is different than the book.

Alison: He's as close to a vampire as we’ve seen him, because he was so restrained.

SM: And restraint is pretty much his middle name. And we don’t have the scene early in the book, where she comes back from La Push, and he’s like “are you trying to make me insane?” He really lost it. We don’t have that evolution where he goes overboard. We have a little bit, the battery disabling. Which is really over the line, and then he’s supposed to learn and he’s supposed to stop. By that point, we’re so far in, it’s like….”why is he still acting like this?” But okay, it is hot…I’ll give you that.

Kim: It turned out well considering it was a deviation from the book, and anyway……we liked it.

Question sur la scène où Bella part sur la moto de Jacob en laissant Edward :

Alison: This is the only disruption in the force so far. The motorcycle clips. Where Bella gets on the motorcycle with Jacob. Our members wanna know, they don’t think that book Bella would have done that, would have ever hurt Edward like that.

SM: I have heard, I have read the comments, and I said the exact same thing. That was one of those days that I flew down. I'm like the way that this you know in the script I said the way that this is written her getting on the back of the bicycle is a direct response here "You lied to me, well I’m going with him” & we were able the day of, they cut down the clip that they played for MTV and stuff, we were able to soften it. We were able to get some lines in and you’ve seen the whole thing, so you know there’s a breakaway we tried to put in….her response to Edward, and then now it becomes about Jacob. “Why haven’t you called me?” We tried as hard as we could to soften, how that went down so it didn’t feel like, something “Well, I’m gonna go get on the back of his motorcycle” because I felt like that was NOT Bella at all & it's not assertive, it’s rude. You know what I mean. It’s not like….

Alison: It’s too reactionary

SM: It’s not like, “I’m a strong female character” It’s like “I’m a jerk”

Alison: We were mad at movie Bella. (Laughs) Book Bella and I were okay, but movie Bella & I were like uh.

SM: That was more or less my same reaction. I think that in the form that it exists in the film……its better now. I think it works somewhat. I still think it’s kind of a stretch that she would do that. You only have so much you can do. That was one I lost. Early in I lost that one. You do what you can do.

Alison: They’ll be happy you agree!

Résumé de l'interview

Elle parle de la scène où Edward est furieux. Elle n'était pas d'accord avec cette scène car dans le livre, il est froid mais gentil et normalement, il aurait dû arracher le bras de Jacob. Elle voulait qu'il y ait du sang mais vu que la scène avait déjà été tournée, ils n'ont pu la refaire. Elle ne comprend pas pourquoi ils l'ont fait réagir comme ça aussi vite mais elle reconnait que dans cette scène, il est sexy.

Elle n'est pas non plus d'accord avec la scène où Bella s'en va avec Jacob en moto. Elle n'était pas là le jour du tournage et ensuite ils l'ont montrée aux MTV Awards donc pas moyen d'adoucir la scène. Elle préfère la Bella du livre, là pour elle, elle a trop de caractère.

Pour la Volvo, elle en a parlé avec son frère. D'où le changement mais elle adorait l'ancienne volvo grise.

Elle parle ensuite des conseils qu'elle donne et du fait que parfois elle est la seule à vouloir garder une scène mais elle comprend qu'ils aient le dernier mot car ce sont eux qui produisent le film. Elle devait superviser la scène de la tente mais elle n'était pas là le jour du tournage donc elle n'est pas satisfaite non plus car Jacob ne devait pas la toucher et lui murmurer des choses à l'oreille.

Elle parle du retournage de scènes : la scène de la tente , au départ Edward parlait de sa première rencontre avec Bella mais cela a été remplacée par ce qu'il a ressenti quand il l'a cru morte. Certaines scènes ont aussi été retournées à cause de la perruque de Bella (avec Jacob). Rob est arrivé le dernier jour de retournage mais Kristen avait une gastro donc ce fut très dur pour elle de tourner cette scène car elle avait toujours envie de vomir.

Pour Eclipse, elle s'est investie dans le script et pour donner des conseils mais là en tant que productrice de Breaking Dawn, elle pourra être là chaque jour. Elle écoutera les autres car bien qu'elle n'était pas d'accord avec certaines scènes (comme la scène d'Edward en colère), le résultat est là.

Auteur : Ptiteaurel pour le RPattzClub

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