ETOnline interviewed Twilight Saga screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg. They discussed the atmosphere on the New Moon set, the chemistry between Robert and Kristen, Breaking Dawn and the role of Victoria being recast.
ET: What can you tell us about ‘New Moon’ and ‘Eclipse’?
Melissa Rosenberg: It becomes bigger in scope. The first film was really a small romance in a way. There was the battle with James (Cam Gigandet) at the end. That was as big as it got. With ‘New Moon,’ we have the werewolf clan, we have the Vulturi — and in ‘Eclipse,’ there is an epic battle, so with every book, with every episode of the movie, it gets grander in scope, which is fun to write. What was great about that, too, is with the small story and the characters … to be able to grow with it and track it through, it has really been a great pleasure.
Read the entire interview here.