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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Casting Director Updates

Just got this straight from Summit Entertainment regarding the casting directors for the BREAKING DAWN movie:

Official local casting directors have been hired for THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN. Stuart Aikins reprises casting duties for Vancouver-based casting. Fincannon and Associates Casting is handling talent searches for Louisiana-based casting. Both work under LA-based casting director Debra Zane. There are no other casting organizations involved with the production at this time.

Contact information for official casting directors:

Debra Zane Casting
5225 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036
E-mail: [email protected]

Aikins / Cossey Casting
#403 1755 West Broadway
Vancouver, BC V6J 4S5
E-mail: [email protected]

Fincannon and Associates
1235 N. 23rd St
Wilmington, NC 28405
E-mail: [email protected]

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10 Responses

  1. Its not a saga. The term saga is reserved for viking epics depicting legends and histories bathed in blood and steeped in lore and tradition. Not some sparkling fairy with dietary issues and his pet golem.

  2. From the World English dictionary definition of saga

    informal: a series of events or a story stretching over a long period

    That meets the criteria for Twilight, since it references events 300 years in Carlisle's past and over 150 years in Jasper's past.

    Words do change meaning over time – awful (awe-ful) and grotesque were used to describe St Paul's Cathedral upon completion and they were compliments.

  3. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saga Tales of worthy men sparkling diet impaired fairies are not worthy of anything more than a visit from Blade and a slow painful silver sword stabbing. Its not a Saga it will never be a saga, I repeat the term saga is reserved for the nordic tradition not some story (and I use that term in the loosest sense possible) about a mary sue and a walking granite statue with a glitter fetish!

  4. The problem is, the informal isn't accurate to the deep meaning of the word. “The Silmarilion” is a saga. Sagas, as Randominsanity pointed out, is most common to Nordic tradition, but also spans stories strongly rooted in history, with bits of legend thrown in (such as saints and fey beings). It includes epic heroic figures, which Twilight lacks. Twilight is a romance with bits of action thrown in, and since Carlisle's past isn't integral to the story, it doesn't alter the entire book. I'm not out to be combative, I'm just trying to point out that while Twilight is four books long, this doesn't make it a saga.

  5. Pointing out that it needs a good deal more history in order to be a true saga is right. I wouldn't call Harry Potter a saga, despite mythical critters at such, nor would I call Twilight one just because the word 'vampire' is used.

    “Beowulf”, is a saga (because it has a good deal of history, and follows Norse and Icelandic mythic heroes). “The Silmarilion”, could be called a saga. This series is long in page, but not long in history, and thus doesn't fall into that category.

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