Picture this: Bella Swan, track star.
Can't picture Kristen Stewart jumping hurdles? Don't worry, me neither. And thankfully, that's not what happens in the movie adaptations of Stephanie Meyer's Twilight series. But it was a close call for a while.
In a recent interview with HollywoodLife.com, Twilight producer Mark Morgan revealed that the movie was originally going to be released as a Paramount Pictures film. And according to him, the wildly successful movie would have been unrecognizable.
In some drafts, plot twists included Charlie's death and a Korean FBI agent tracking down vampires. Meyer - obviously - did not approve of the changes to her novel, so she took the rights elsewhere.
A short time later, Summit Entertainment agreed to produce the film, and the rest is box-office history.
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