'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part I' -- Title Treatment Revealed!

'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part I' -- Title Treatment Revealed!

Summit Entertainment just revealed the title treatment for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part I!

Keeping the same font, the new title card features a red-orange color — the color you see as the sun comes up every morning — a Breaking Dawn.

Star Robert Pattinson told the LA Times over Golden Globes weekend that, “It’s been really hard shooting both films at the same time. But it’s the end of an era.”

WHAT DO YOU THINK of the new title treatment? Bigger pic inside…

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Photos: Summit Entertainment
Posted to: Breaking Dawn, Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner

10 Comments

#1
Sahina @ 5:32 pm on 01/21/2011

that’s been around for ages. fan sites already created it.

#2
Celia @ 7:12 pm on 01/21/2011

Wow. Omg. It’s so creative. How they got the FONT so right and the black background. I’ve never seen anything like it before! I’m seriously amazed.

*end sarcasm*

#3
loreley @ 7:36 pm on 01/21/2011

The end of an era? …wtf?! its only been arround for like what 3 years?..no i don’t think so r-pattz,

#4
Just in @ 12:05 am on 01/22/2011

Era figuratively. Twilight era when it ruled the box office and award shows. Of course one era is like 200 million years- Mesozoic era. Not the same thing.

#5
Somebody @ 2:56 am on 01/22/2011

sooooo???????????

#6
toughlittleprissy @ 11:14 am on 01/22/2011

@Just in: He may be talking figuratively but era has something to do with reigning like you can say “I lived in Christian Era”. It’s not like it can be called “the twilight era”. That’s stupid and I would be ashamed and afraid for the so-called twilight generation or the twilight era.

#7
Celia @ 1:41 pm on 01/22/2011

@Just in:

Ruled the box office? Okay…..None of the movies have made it into the Top 40 Highest Grossing films of all time. And none of the films have been nominated or won awards that actually matter (e.g. Oscars, Baftas, Golden Globes, etc).

If by era he meant, the end of 3 years of unbearable torture then yes…it is.

#8
heyjude16 @ 9:11 pm on 01/22/2011

I still believe Breaking Dawn does not need two films.

#9
Brenda @ 11:48 pm on 01/22/2011

Finally this **** is ending! Pattinson needs to move to real acting now!

#10
laura @ 5:32 am on 01/23/2011

@heyjude16:

thank god i’m not the only one who thinks that

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