The last time I heard of salary negotiations done by a group of actors instead of just one actor was during the time of the hit sitcom "Friends" where all six of them negotiated a whopping $1 million per episode salary. With the success of the Twilight franchise, it's no surpise that Rob Pattinson, Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart will be doing the same thing, especially now that there's a possibility of making "Breaking Dawn" into two movies.
So what's the deal with the Breaking Dawn contract negotiations? That's the hot Twilight question of the moment. The simple fact that Breaking Dawn exists means Breaking Dawn will get made after so much money poured in from Twilight and New Moon. The rumor of spiltting Breaking Dawn into two parts may be a hold up to any official announcement since it's likely Pattinson, Stewart, and Lautner had contract options for four Twilight Saga films.
From our point of view, although no official word on Breaking Dawn has come down the pike, the two part split of Breaking Dawn is beginning to make the most sense. It's a safe bet to say that by the time Eclipse rolls around, with even more Twilight Saga attention on the stars than there is now, Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner will be itching to move on to other projects beyond the Twilight Saga. Shooting Breaking Dawn back-to-back will allow Summit Entertainment to extend the Twilight Saga in theaters while the stars move on new projects as they get older in the same manner as Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
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