If your attention span is anything like mine today (nine hours, EEEEEEE!!!), you can’t concentrate on anything for very long. So I won’t belabor this post with a bunch of introduction. Besides, I’m not sure I could say this any better than MTV did:
By now it’s the stuff of legend, as much a part of “Twilight” history as Stephenie Meyer’s dream, Catherine Hardwicke’s bed or Taylor Lautner’s workout bench. Incoming director Chris Weitz asserted himself on the “New Moon” set by greeting each of the returning actors with a 20-page “orientation guide,” explaining what would be different from Catherine Hardwicke’s “Twilight” experience. Robert Pattinson read it; so did Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner — and soon, so can you.
“I’ve been thinking about it, and I’ve decided not to do it,” he said of publishing the book. “Instead, I think I will eventually give the orientation book to the fans — if it’s OK with Summit — for free.”
Keep in mind that nothing is official with regards to this yet. But isn’t it great to know that they’ve already discussed plans to get the guide into the fans’ hands? Twenty pages is like the Twilight Director’s Notebook on overdrive.