It’s a wrap! Well, not quite. Twilight finished principle photography only yesterday, and it wasn’t exactly an easy day of shooting. Instead the weather insisted on making itself known and the crew had to battle the elements to make sure the final scenes made it in the can. However, with everything safely shot and stored in (hopefully waterproof) film canisters, or whatever it is the cool kids are using these days, Catherine Hardwicke, the movie’s director, heads now for her new home, the editing room, where she’ll assemble what could possibly be the “next big thing”.
When a film features mythical creatures, time in the editing room is crucial, but with Twilight’s low budget, will it be enough to keep the effects looking polished and more importantly, not like effects when it hits our screens? There’s many a winding turn until Twilight releases on December 12th, and many a Twilighter to squeal over it from now ’til then, so I guess all we can do now is wait.
Source: Twilight Production Blog