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Twilight To Continue After Breaking Dawn Part Two?

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The Twilight Saga does not have to end with Breaking Dawn Part 2, says Lionsgate boss Jon Feltheimer.

He predicted that there could be more future sequels for the successful Twilight franchise.

It has always been assumed that the release of Breaking Dawn Part 2 l later this year would be the final installment in the vampire franchise. That would make it the same way Stephenie Meyers ended the Twilight stories in her final novel in the series.

But Twilight is quite a cash cow. Feltheimer is anticipating Breaking Dawn Part 2 taking $700 million-plus in worldwide box office. He doesn’t want the opportunity to make that kind of money to end there.

He says Twilight is “an amazing franchise” and that the movie makers “have done a great job of maintaining with absolutely no deterioration.” So he really hopes there will be more movies in future.

Furthermore, Feltheimer added that Lionsgate l “certainly hope to” adapt Twilight into a TV series.

Starring Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 is to be released worldwide on November 16 this year.

What do you think The Twilight Saga continuing beyond the books that Stephenie Meyers? Can you see it making a good TV, and what do you think to the possibility f further movies?

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