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Sofia Coppola Passed On Directing Twilight Due To One Creepy Detail

The act of imprinting happens in “Breaking Dawn — Part 1,” the fourth film in the franchise. It’s definitely a major standout in the picture and one that Jacob star Taylor Lautner had difficulty filming. Speaking with Hollywood.com, Lautner described how he had to understand that imprinting (at least at first) doesn’t necessarily mean the manifestation of a romantic connection. “It’s just this special bond, connection with someone, and I think they did it in a really great way — Bill Condon, our director. I’m really happy with it, but on the day, it was challenging,” Lautner admitted. The actor added that werewolves don’t have control over who they imprint on, saying, “It just happens.” 

Based on Stephenie Meyer’s bestselling novels, the “Twilight” films have grossed over $3 billion worldwide, which is probably why “Twilight” is getting rebooted as a TV series. While it remains to be seen when that series debuts, it’s fair to say that Coppola will have no part in that production. Continuing her chat with Rolling Stone, Coppola discussed how she had genuine interest in bringing “Twilight” to life but just couldn’t move past the aforementioned creep factor. “Part of the earlier ‘Twilight’ could be done in an interesting way,” Coppola said, adding, “I thought it’d be fun to do a teen-vampire romance, but the last one gets really far out.”

While the “Twilight” films are a definitive part of the vampire canon, it’s a shame that Coppola couldn’t deliver her own take on the franchise, especially because of her interest in vampires …

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