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Another Amazing Fan-made Video!!

I found this video while searching through youtube, I just LOVE this video, it’s so touching, found at

Here’s the info on the video:

This is a lot like the “Breathe” video I did but every time I heard this song it just made me think of New Moon and I was bored so I decided to to it! Hope you guys like it 🙂

Song: “Last Kiss” by Taylor Swift

I don’t own anything! All rights to respected owners.


Hello Twilight Fans!


This is my 3rd blog on wordpress, I have opened this one for screen caps of the movies, I have screen caps of Twilight, New Moon, and Eclipse. But I don’t mean just a few here and there. I have large screen caps of the entire movie of Twilight, New Moon, and Eclipse. I have so many that I had to open this blog because I don’t have enough space on any of my blogs. So I will have only screen caps of the movies on this blog. For other twilight saga, twilight cast, and other twilight related pictures, please visit my other blogs:                                   


Thanks for reading!



You’re the Best Dads Ever, Dads of ‘Twilight’

Here’s an article on the dad’s of Twilight, found at

I am not a father, nor do I even pretend to know how to be a good one. (It involves owning a briefcase and knowing how to throw a baseball back and forth, I believe?)

However, I do know “The Twilight Saga.”So with Father’s Day coming up this weekend, I’m paying tribute to the dads from the series.

But who is the best “Twilight” dad? (Besides all of them?) Allow me to lay out the facts.

Charlie Swan, Carlisle Cullen, Billy Black and (future screen daddy) Edward Cullen are the men under the microscope. While everyone has their own ideas on what makes the best father, I’ve done some in-depth research (thanks, Ask Jeeves!) and these are the qualities most will agree on:

They should be of high integrity, but never high on other things. They should be able to provide for their kids, meaning they need some cash money — Benjamins, if you will. And a father needs to be responsible, offer guidance, and spend quality time with children. These are proven techniques that keep daughters (and sons) off the stripper pole. Let’s break down how these four fellows have done so far:



Charlie: Bella Swan, 24 (looks 18 for eternity)
Carlisle: Adopted vampires Edward, Jasper, Alice, Emmett and Rosalie
Billy: Jacob (21), twins Rebecca and Rachel (25)
Edward: Renesmee Cullen, 5 (in human-vampire hybrid years)

Relationship Status

Charlie: Divorced
Carlisle: Married 90 years
Billy: Widower
Edward: Newlywed


Charlie: Police chief
Carlisle: Physician
Billy: Quileute council leader and disability
Edward: Student for over 90 years

Net Worth

Charlie: Earns between $35,605 to $49,640 a year
Carlisle: Forbes estimates $34.1 billion
Billy: Median income of Native American households is $35,343. That’s a fair guess since he’s essentially unemployed.
Edward: Billions in family money


Parenting Approach

Charlie: Hands-off. Only sees daughter on holidays until she’s 17. Shows as much emotion as a vampire, so it makes sense that his daughter falls for one.
Carlisle: Permissive and lenient. Allows his adopted offspring to do anything short of murder and pays their bills well into adulthood.
Billy: Authoritative. Doesn’t give Jacob many choices, only allowing him to be a wolf when he grows up.
Edward: Reads daughter’s mind. She will never be able to get away with anything.

Quality Time

Charlie: Spends most of his time working and fishing, unless Bella makes dinner for him.
Carlisle: Despite being a busy doctor, finds time to play baseball, throw parties and fight evil vampires with his family.
Billy: Unemployed, he has all the time in the world to hang with Jacob.
Edward: Still a new parent, he makes time to take his daughter hunting, when he’s not occupied with saving her life from Volturi.

Family Planning


Charlie: Started family on whim and wasn’t active in raising daughter.
Carlisle: Randomly adopts children like he’s Angelina Jolie in a third-world country.
Billy: Seemed to plan well, until his wife suddenly passed away.
Edward: Considered abortion and doesn’t practice safe sex. To be fair, vampires have no bodily fluids, so how could he know?

Fatherly Advice

Charlie: “The right thing isn’t always real obvious. Sometimes the right thing for one person is the wrong thing for someone else. So
 good luck figuring that out.”
Carlisle: “Don’t get your family slaughtered for pride.”
Billy: “What I meant to say was, don’t do what you’re doing.”
Edward: “You’re awfully small to be so hugely irritating.”

Pole Probability


Charlie: High. Being an absent and unresponsive father can give women “daddy issues” and create strippers (allegedly). If Bella hadn’t fallen for a vampire, her life would look more like “Welcome to the Rileys.”
Carlisle: Medium. When you adopt grown children, it can be a grab bag of potential psych issues. Still, Carlisle is really rich, smart, loving and can beat up any pimp, drug dealer or strip club owner.
Billy: High. Not totally his fault since his wife died when his kids were young. Still, he’s not close with his daughters and his son is constantly taking off his clothes in public for free.
Edward: Medium. When Jacob, a much older man, “imprints” on Renesmee, Eddie still allows his daughter to see him. Kind of creepy and sends the wrong message for healthy relationships. However, they’re rich and she’ll have a strong education, so she won’t need the money for college.

Still from which movie?

Here’s a still I have come across on the internet and I’m not sure exactly which movie it’s from…maybe one of you could help me out?

I don’t believe it’s from Breaking Dawn, so it’s got to be from Twilight, New Moon, or Eclipse, but which one? I don’t recall seeing it before…



Twilight Books….Banned?!

Here’s an article on the twilight series, found at

The Twilight Series

One of the most popular series of young adult books, these vampire novels have been banned in some schools and libraries in the U.S. and Australia for sexual content and objections to the use of the supernatural.  That hasn’t kept author Stephenie Meyer from appearing on this list.

Find what other books make the list here:


Next Movie: Why Nothing Is The Next Twilight

Here’s an article on the Twilight Saga, found at

Breaking Dawn twilight books 3 280x418 Next Movie: Why Nothing Is The Next Twilight twilight

Hollywood is all about finding the next hot thing, whether that’s a script, an actor, a director, a genre (vampires anyone?) or the ultimate discovery, a lucrative film series.

The seven “Harry Potter” movies have so far netted over $6 billion, while the first three installments of “The Twilight Saga” have earned just under $1.8 billion. That’s nearing “Oprah” money, people! (As opposed to “Potter,” which is nearing “Zuckerberg” money… but we’d rather be Oprah.)

And that’s not even counting all the licensing and swag sales… you gotta figure another few hundred thousand inEdward Cullen lunchboxes alone.

Studio executives would happily hand over their firstborns to the Volturi for a lead on “the next ‘Twilight’ franchise” (trust me, I’ve prank-called). That’s because finding such a rarity is about as easy as winning the lottery.

Paramount developed “Twilight” for three years before getting letting the rights slip to a then-little-known production company Summit Entertainment. Universal and United Artists passed on their options for “Star Wars,” and 20th Century Fox gave Lucas hell through production, worried the over-budget film wouldn’t amount to much.

The problem movie studios run into is trying too hard to find “the next _______.” “The Twilight Saga” is as much the next “Harry Potter” as “Pirates of the Caribbean” is the next “The Lord of the Rings” or “Ice Age” is the next “Toy Story.” Fanatics of one series aren’t necessarily looking to glom onto a new similar thing.

It seems like every other week we’re hearing buzz about some book being adapted for the big screen that its producers hope can be “The next ‘Twilight.'” News flash, producers: There’s only, and will only ever be, one “Twilight.”

Before breaking down these wannabes, let’s first explore what makes “Twilight,” “Twilight.”

Addictive Book Series: If a reader spends time with the books, they’re definitely hooked for the films.
Odd Names: The Twi-Hard base are teen girls. They’re tired of being an “Ann” or “Sarah” and enjoy fantasizing about being a “Bella,” “Esme” or “Renesmee.”
Moping Female Lead: Not to sound derogatory, but teenagers mope. High school sucks, dude. We identify with Bella because we’re going through puberty, or have.
Heart-of-Gold Bad Boy: Vampires are heartless killers, but not Edward, who walks a thin line in between.
Supernatural Love Triangle: Who doesn’t want to be desired by both a debonair vampire and beefy werewolf?

The following titles have all been called “the next “Twilight.” While they all contain traits similar to Stephenie Meyer’s series, here’s why none of them are…

‘The Hunger Games’

Hunger Games


Author: Suzanne Collins
Premise: In the distant future, teens must battle each other gladiator-style and overthrow an evil totalitarian government.
Movie: Production will begin late this spring with director Gary Ross (“Seabiscuit”). Hailee Steinfeld (“True Grit”), Jennifer Lawrence (“Winter’s Bone”) and Abigail Breslin (“Little Miss Sunshine”!) are rumored to be the frontrunners to star. Jodelle Ferland (“Eclipse”) would also like you to knowshe’s interested.
Addictive Book Series: The trilogy (“The Hunger Games,” “Catching Fire” and “Mockingjay”) are all regulars on bestsellers lists.
Odd Names: Yes, in spades: Katniss and Primrose Everdeen, Peeta Mellark, Haymitch Abernathy, etc.
Moping Female Lead: No, Katniss is oddly confident in the face of extreme tragedy for a teenager.
Heart-of-Gold Bad Boy: Gale Hawthorne, worst bad boy name ever, is rebellious and heroic at times, but isn’t always well intentioned.
Supernatural Love Triangle: It’s more sci-fi than supernatural, with futuristic technology and genetically-mutated creatures. There’s a love triangle between Katniss, Peeta and Gale, but it’s kind of slapdash. They’re too busy fighting The Man (a.k.a. The Capitol or President Snow) for love.
Why It Won’t Be “Twilight”: We’re not going to lie, this has the potential to be a massive movie franchise, but it’s more like “Battle Royale” meets “1984” than “Twilight.”

‘Maximum Ride’

Maximum Ride


Author: James Patterson
Premise: The Flock, a group of young human-avian hybrids, battle human-lupine hybrids, global warming and pollution to save the world.
Movie: Catherine Hardwicke (“Twilight”) is to direct her first 3-D movie, which should be released in 2013.
Addictive Book Series: With seven bestsellers complete, Patterson is writing an eighth for next year.
Odd Names: Maximum Ride, Fang, Iggy, Gasman, Nudge and Angel aren’t all pretty names, but they’re unique.
Moping Female Lead: The Flock’s leader, Max, is portrayed as a tough, tomboyish and skilled fighter.
Heart-of-Gold Bad Boy: Fang, Max’s second-in-command, is the quiet, strong type and cares deeply for Max… but he runs a blog. Bad boys don’t have blogs. They have Twitter accounts (right, Charlie Sheen?).
Supernatural Love Triangle: Check. There is a bird-human love triangle among Max, Fang and Dylan, similar to Bella-Edward-Jacob.
Why It Won’t Be “Twilight”: While many of the above elements align, the story’s ultimate tone concentrates more on teen heroism than teen love. Plus it’s from the dude who wrote “Along Came a Spider.” That movie sucked.

‘Mortal Instruments’

Mortal Instruments

Simon and Schuster

Author: Cassandra Clare
Premise: Teen Shadowhunters hunt demons or Downworlders, while remaining invisible to humans.
Movie: Scott Stewart (“Legion”) will direct the first film, “City of Bones,” starring Lily Collins (“The Blind Side,” Daughter of Phil!) and possibly Alex Pettyfer (Number Four from “I Am Number Four” and the beastly dude from “Beastly”).
Addictive Book Series: Originally a trilogy, “City of Bones,” “City of Ashes” and “City of Glass,” Clare is releasing “City of Fallen Angels” in April due to high demand.
Odd Names: Clary, Jace, Isabelle Lightwood, Magnus Bane. We’ll call them borderline odd.
Moping Female Lead: Clary is brought up human and realizes at 16 she’s a Shadowhunter. She has mope potential, but stays too busy fighting demons.
Heart-of-Gold Bad Boy: Jace fits the mold. He’s attractive but covered in scars from numerous demon fights.
Supernatural Love Triangle: Clary and Jace love each other, but may be siblings. Vampire Simon “likes likes” Clary, but she only likes him as friends.
Why It Won’t Be “Twilight“: It’s world seems too complicated for film, mixing “Harry Potter,” “Underworld” and “True Blood” and possible incest. (“Twilight” would never have incest.)




Author: Aprilynne Pike
Premise: 15-year-old Laurel learns she’s a faerie and must protect the gates of Avalon and her hippie family.
Movie: Disney optioned the rights and is developing it with Miley Cyrus in mind
 until she gets caught with another bong.
Addictive Book Series: Stephenie Meyer endorsed the debut book with a cover blurb (as she did “Hunger Games”). “Spells,” the second books, is coming in May.
Odd Names: Tamani is the most interesting name, and he’s a boy.
Moping Female Lead: Laurel is a free-spirited vegan, forced to move into the city, instead of out into the woods, like Bella.
Heart-of-Gold Bad Boy: David, the human vegan love interest, and Tamani, the faerie love interest, can’t really be classified as bad boys.
Supernatural Love Triangle: Totally, but not nearly as edgy.
Why It Won’t Be “Twilight”: Because faeries are NOT, and CANNOT, be the next vampires. Are you trying to make me cry?

I couldn’t agree more with this article! It gets so tiring to read “the next Twilight” constantly. Nothing is the next Twilight, just like nothing is the next Harry Potter. They are their own individual franchise, and all have their own uniqueness!

Creating the Perfect ‘Twilight’ Valentine’s Day

Here’s an article on having a perfect themed valentine’s day, found at

Turning your Valentine’s Day into a “Twilight-themed” date may not be the most original concept in the universe. Coupling the year’s designated day for romantics with the biggest fictional romance of the 2000s has been commonplace since the first book.

However, Valentine’s Day by its very nature isn’t unique. Everyone is expected to buy sweetheart gifts, chocolates, flowers, candy, champagne, crotchless undies, etc. on the same day.

You may as well embrace the tawdriness of the holiday. It’s more fun to dive head-first into it, rather than overthink it and stand on the sidelines, pointing out its flaws — you know, like critics do with “Twilight.”

The great thing about vampires is they look awesome in outfits most people can never wear well. Capes, velvet, white satin, red contact lenses, black period garb, large silver amulets and long flowing coats all look better on vampires in “The Twilight Saga” than they’ll ever look on you.

Still, let V-Day be your excuse to wear that purple velvet cape you’ve had since your short-lived Renaissance Fair stage. You and your sweetheart have free reign to dress as vampire as you want to be. Go ahead and cover yourself in sparkly glitter paint. Once dressed, if there are woods nearby, run through them like you’re Bella and Jacob. Run through them like you mean it.



Little, Brown Books

According to Stephenie Meyer, she isn’t sure why a ruffled tulip appears on the cover of “New Moon” because she wasn’t involved with the cover design. We can guess it stems from the idea that the ruffled tulip symbolizes perfect love. Buying a bouquet of those would be a nice gesture for even non-fans. Put the ruffled tulips in a black vase for fans, though.

If you’d like to forego the traditional flower gift, send your lover a fruit basket instead, filled only with red apples. If you have a dramatic bent, perhaps present one apple first in your hands like on the “Twilight” cover. If you’re a bit on the crazy side, you can take a bite from each one beforehand to symbolize your desire to eat the “forbidden fruit.”

Ladies may claim they don’t care about trivial gifts like jewelry on Valentine’s Day because they want to seem “above all that.” The truth is, though, they all become giddy with opening jewelry. (Trust me, I’ve been known to give a little jewelry

For newer relationships, you’ll want to start off with something like the replicas of Esme’s bracelet orRoselie’s necklace with the Cullen crest. Those are fun and sweet without much emotional weight. You’ll freak her out if you jump right to Bella’s sterling silver engagement ring. Save that until you’re ready to mate for eternity.

Obviously vampires wouldn’t eat candy, unless you count a chubby child with high glucose in his blood. Yet, you’re still human and should enjoy some tasty sweets. Necco started producing “Twilight-themed” conversation hearts after the first film. The flavors come in Passion Fruit, Tempting Apple, Orange Obsession and Secret Strawberry. I recommend eating one of each at the same and creating a candy fruit salad in your mouth.

The messages are inspired by the characters and actual dialogue: “Lamb,” “I ♄ EC,” “I Trust You,” “Trust Me” and “Live 4 Ever.” They’re fun to quote as melodramatically to your mate as possible. Or play a game where you both have to quote as much as you can remember from the scene it references.

Find these hearts at Wal-Mart and trendy stores like Hot Topic, as well as on

Forget the normal champagne or wine. This is supposed to be a silly good time, so let’s go with shots! (Disclaimer: If you’re 21 or older, that is, or European.)

First up is one called, Vampire Venom. Take two packets of red Jell-O, mix it together with hot water and two cups of Cinnamon Schnapps. You can even mix in a little vodka for the brave. Pour the mixture into shot glasses and let cool in the refrigerator for four hours.

The next one is called the Blushing Bella. Combine equal parts Chambord raspberry liqueur, vodka and cranberry juice in a shaker over ice. Serve the mixture as shots and get ready to party. But please don’t drive, or run through the woods.

Dinner and a movie is a fairly typical date. However, since you’ll be vampires, don’t worry about dinner and focus on the movie selection. Chances are you’ve both seen “The Twilight Saga” multiple times, so choose another vampire love story. 1979â€Čs “Love at First Bite” is a vampire rom-com starring George Hamilton as Dracula, who travels to New York to win over his love interest. It’s really fun, and Hamilton plays remarkably against-type as someone with pale skin.

For the more risquĂ© (or inebriated), there’s “Embrace of the Vampire” (1994) with Alyssa Milano. She stars as a good Catholic who becomes caught in a love triangle between her boyfriend and an ancient vampire. As any “Who’s the Boss?” fan can tell you, anything with Alyssa Milano is awesome.

If you still have energy after the shots, it’s time for a little intimacy. First you’ll want to warm things up by reading some repressed love scenes from Bella’s favorite author, Jane Austen.

When the moment seems right, whichever one is braver will cool things down. Either walk outside in the freezing night or jump into a bathtub of ice. Get your skin as cold as you can stand, and then jump back into bed. Your mate will now experience what Bella felt like alongside Edward’s frigid body, and your perfect “Twilight” Valentine’s Day will be complete.

Amazing Fanmade New Moon Video!

I’ve been searching through a tons of fanmade videos from youtube and found one that I truly just love. It’s very moving and expresses so much emotion in it. It is probably my favorite new moon fanmade video of all time! Enjoy!!!

Here’s the info/description of the video first:

So, first, this is for an audition for a collab group…
And i know this isn’t my best video, but i couldn’t find better, cuz all my good vids, are collab parts :S

And, second, this is an AU video…
What if Edward cullen Died at in Italy with the Volturi ?
Well if he died, Bella would be soooo crushed !!
And that’s what the storyline is about…

Bella can’t stop thinking that Edward died. She sees him everywhere, when he is not there, it’s all in her head…
Jacob is there for her, but she just can’t forget about Edward. When Jake tries to kiss her, she refuses, cuz she remembers her kissing Edward…
At the end of the video, Bella is doing some motorbike and sees him, while she was going really fast. By seeing him, she loses control of the motorbike, falls, and dies.
( To make a happy ending ) Bella wakes up in Heaven, and she lives happily ever after with the one she love and will always love, Edward Cullen…

I hope you like the storyline, and the edditing…It took me quite a long time to make Edward disappear in the clips everytime…But i like the outcome 🙂
Do you ?
If you did like the video, subscribe to see more, and comment and rate to show me how you liked it x]
Thank you guys, YOU are awesome !!

The Song is: Slipped Away, avril Lavigne

xx Maeva

New Moon Makes Guiness World Record!

Here’s an article on New Moon, found at

The Twilight Saga: New Moon has become a part of Guinness World Records 2011 for its successes in the box office.

Reports MTV, “‘The Twilight Saga: New Moon’ earned a place in the book for having the Highest Opening-Day Gross, $72.7 million, beating previous record holder, ‘The Dark Knight.’”

The Twilight Saga: New Moon also has number one opening day and single day gross totals as well as the biggest midnight opening.

Each year, the Guinness World Records book chronicles the biggest, smallest, longest, and shortest records associated with nearly every conceivable aspect of the world, but being placed in the text is a very coveted feat, so it’s a pretty big deal that New Moon made this year’s cut.

The Guinness World Records book was released on Tuesday, September 14th.

Last year, both Twilight and its director, Catherine Hardwicke, were placed in the 2010 edition for “Highest-Grossing Movie by a Female Director.”

New Moon Movie Mistakes

Here’s New Moon’s movie mistakes, found at

The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009) – 48 mistakes

When Bella is in the parking lot at school in the beginning, Edward walks toward her. Bella’s hair is neatly pulled off to the side. When he leans in for the kiss it is suddenly stuck to her forehead, and when Edward tells her Jacob wants her, it’s suddenly back to normal.

In the scene where Bella walks toward the strangers on motorcycles, her mic wire is visible through her jeans.

After Bella awakes from the first nightmare, we see her Romeo and Juliet book on the pillow beside her. When Charlie brings in her presents the book is gone, but then reappears on the pillow between shots.

During the paper cut scene, when Bella is thrown against the table, there are 5 vases of flowers and 3 sets of candles. After she hits the table she lands against one of the vases and knocks the 2nd one to the floor, but the next shot shows only one vase left upright.

When Bella and Jacob are driving back to Bella’s house after she cliff jumps, the glass in the back of her truck goes from dirty, to clean and back to dirty again.

When Jacob first shows off his tattoo, it is up at the top of his shoulder. Then when he is in the forest at the end with Bella and Edward, his tattoo is about 2 inches further down his arm.

When Bella is at the cafeteria table with Mike, and he is asking her to a movie, her hair keeps moving from behind her ear to hanging in front, and back again.

Bella goes to Italy to save Edward. Alice drops Bella off – when Bella gets out of the car to ask where Edward will be, first you see Bella in front of the car door, then she is suddenly behind the car door.

Right before Jacob comes through Bella’s window, it shows her sleeping and “dreaming” of Victoria coming to get her. If you look, the camera really focuses on the dreamcatcher and how it’s hanging above her on the bedpost. It is hanging off to the side of the middle hump. Immediately, Jacob comes through her window and focuses in on the dreamcatcher hanging on the bedpost which is now neatly hanging in a completely different way, perfectly laid over the center of the bedpost.

When Bella and Edward enter the chamber with the Volturi, they change which sides they are holding hands on. This also happens when they leave, except it goes from arm on waist to hand holding.

When Alice is driving Bella to the Volturi, she is wearing a headscarf and sunglasses. During the scene the way the headscarf is tied changes; the size and shape of the knot (and the colours on the knot) are different.

In the scene where Bella is in the meadow talking to Laurent, Bella’s hair is at first straight and then in the next scene it is wispy and pushed back and then it is straight again.

When Alice jumps over the staircase in school to wish Bella happy birthday, between shots during the scene the positioning of the decorated scarf around her neck varies.

At Bella’s birthday party, when Edward pushes Jasper away after attacking Bella, Emmett turns his head to follow Jasper flying through the air. But in the next shot, he is looking in front of him as though he didn’t see anything.

When Charlie checks on Bella after she returns from Italy, the blanket on top of her keeps moving down or up.

When Edward and Bella turn around to leave the Volturi Chamber, Edward’s robe is tied. When they show them leaving from the back it is undone.

In the birthday party scene, as Edward sends Jasper flying with a shove, it first shows Edward pushing Jasper in a downward arc, the next cut shows Jasper flying up through the air as he hits the piano.

In the scene where Jacob is talking to Bella on the beach about Victoria, his shirt starts off as a dark gray colour, then it changes to a brown colour. It does this a few times during the scene.

After the ill-fated birthday party, Edward drops Bella home in her car. After the kiss, in one shot Edward’s face is very close to hers, forehead resting on hers. When it cuts, his face is far away from hers.

When Bella is flying to Italy they show a Virgin America airplane. Virgin America only flies within certain cities in the US. Virgin Atlantic flies from the US to Europe.

When Bella goes to the Cullens’ house for her birthday party, Alice takes the new camera that Charlie got Bella and takes a picture of Bella and Edward. But when Bella prints out the picture and puts it in her scrapbook, it looks nothing like the picture Alice took. Given we see the entirety of her visit from start to finish, there was no other opportunity for a different photo to be taken.

In the scene where we see Bella in her room looking out the window, the months are passing, but she is always wearing the same clothes.

Bella’s bite mark scar is not in the position it should be, compared to where James actually bit her in Twilight.

Just as Jacob enters Bella’s room through the window, a stunt prop – white band on his right wrist – is briefly visible.

The bow window that Bella sits in during the months after Edward leaves does not exist in her room in Twilight. There is no bow window on the second floor until New Moon.

When Edward takes his shirt of on the steps in Voltaire, his nipples are different colors and sizes. The closer one is grey while the far is more pink as though the makeup had rubbed off.

When Bella pulls up at the Black’s, she spots Jacob, gets out of her truck and her door doesn’t fully close . Later you can see in the background that the door is firmly shut.

Most of the wolves have visible make-up lines on their stomachs to create a “six-pack” effect. Most notably is Sam and his love handles when he is turned to the side and there are no muscle bulges just the demarcated lines.

In the scene of the fight in the chamber of the Volturies when the big guy throws Edward on the stairs you can see easily the body of Patterson’s stunt, there are clear six packs,a tanned body and no body hair.

In the scene when Edward left Bella, when Bella is running after Edward, you can see the shadow of a crew member briefly on the tree.

In Italy, Bella saves Edward and enters a room with him. Alice follows and a white lighting screen is reflected on her glasses.

In the very last scene, right before the ultimatum, if you look into the tail lights on Edward’s car you can see various members of the crew reflected.

Jasper’s hair is longer than it was in Twilight, however vampires are not supposed to have changing bodies.

Bella and Jacob are in the truck after Bella cliff jumps. During the green-screen driving shots, the rear-view mirror is hanging down low. When it switches to a live shot, the mirror is very high up.

Alice and Bella arrive at the Italian city and a huge umbrella used for lighting is reflected on the car’s hood.

In the school parking lot, Bella is taking a picture of Angela, Eric, Mike and Jessica. The next shot is viewing the picture from the back of the camera, however, it is no longer Bella’s hand holding the camera, it appears to be the hand of an older person.

In the break up scene, Bella’s hair starts off down her back and when the shots change it moves to be mainly over her shoulders.

The rims of the vampires contacts can be spotted occasionally during the film, especially the Volturi’s during the ending scenes, e.g. Jane’s in the elevator.

After Jessica and Bella leave the movie theater and see the bikers, the parked car and fire hydrant are in different positions.

In the scene where Carlisle is treating Bella’s wound there is a shot of the bowl where he is putting the glass from the wound. You see that there is one piece of gauze. He then starts stitching up the wound and when he lights the contents of the bowl, you see lots more gauze that he hasn’t used in there.

After the scene where Jacob rescues Bella from the ocean, when they’re driving home it’s not dark outside as they’re pulling up into Charlie’s driveway. But once Jacob starts talking about Sam and Emily, it’s darker outside. Even after they get to the door.

When Sam comes into the house and kisses his fiance, you can see the ripples in the edges of the plastic film used to put the tattoo on his arm.

In the scene where Bella jumps off the cliff, Bella’s eyes are brown before jumping but are blue/green when she surfaces in the water and then back to brown in the underwater and shore scenes.

In the last scene when Jacob confronts Edward and Bella. Edward’s hair is it’s usual poofed up, uncombed look but after Bella separates Jacob and Edward and Jacob runs off, when the camera is back on Edward, his hair is flat and neatly combed, then within a few seconds it’s back to its uncombed look.

When Bella and Edward return from Italy, Edward ‘disappears’ when Charlie enters the room. You can see behind the door when he is in the room that there is nowhere/not enough space for Edward to hide, but when Charlie leaves the room, as the door shuts, Edward steps out from behind it.

As pointed out by the director, you can tell that Bella’s eyes are “CGI’d brown” in the Bella/Jacob breakup scene in the rain. There is no “shine” in her eyes as would be natural, and the colour looks wrong.

In the cliff diving scenes, the water as seen from a bird’s eye view looks like a very bad Photoshop effect. Also, the wave that crashes over Bella is very bad visually due to rushed CGI.

You can see the wires on the motorbike when Jake lifts it from the truck.