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** Likewise in a 2011 interview with the AV Club; Anna Kendrick referred to her character Jessica as "an idiot." However, she's admitted in other interviews that she didn't hate the experience, since it gave her the financial freedom to work on other, lesser-known projects, and the movies were ridiculous enough to kinda fun.

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** Likewise Likewise, in a 2011 interview with the AV Club; Anna Kendrick Club, Creator/AnnaKendrick referred to her character Jessica as "an idiot." However, she's admitted in other interviews that she didn't hate the experience, since it gave her the financial freedom to work on other, lesser-known projects, and the movies were ridiculous enough to be kinda fun.



** Not even Creator/StephenieMeyer herself likes the series any more. She claims to be "so over" ''Twilight'', not the least because of it overshadowing her more recent works. Furthermore, if she ever returns to the series, it would only be to (post) "three paragraphs on [her] blog saying which of the characters died."

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** Not even Creator/StephenieMeyer herself likes the series any more. anymore. She claims to be "so over" ''Twilight'', not the least because of it overshadowing her more recent later works. Furthermore, if she ever returns to the series, it would only be to (post) "three paragraphs on [her] blog saying which of the characters died."



** Peter Facinelli bleached his dark hair blond.
** Nikki Reed bleached hers too for the first film. But because it was such a hassle, she wore wigs for the remaining films.
** Ashley Greene did the opposite - first wearing a wig for ''Twilight''. She cut it for ''New Moon'' to help it fit under the wig better but then went without them for the remaining films.

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** Peter Facinelli bleached his dark hair blond.blond to play Carlisle.
** Nikki Reed (Rosalie) bleached hers too for the first film. But because it was such a hassle, she wore wigs for the remaining films.
** Ashley Greene (Alice) did the opposite - first wearing a wig for ''Twilight''. She cut it for ''New Moon'' to help it fit under the wig better but then went without them for the remaining films.



* FakeAmerican: In the film series. Edward is American but his portrayer, Robert Pattinson, is British.

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* FakeAmerican: In the film series. Edward is American but his portrayer, actor, Robert Pattinson, is British.


** Creator/VanessaHudgens of ''Film/HighSchoolMusical'' fame [[https://people.com/movies/vanessa-hudgens-auditions-for-twilight-sequel/ auditioned for the role of Leah Clearwater]].

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** Creator/VanessaHudgens Vanessa Hudgens of ''Film/HighSchoolMusical'' fame [[https://people.com/movies/vanessa-hudgens-auditions-for-twilight-sequel/ auditioned for the role of Leah Clearwater]].

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** Creator/VanessaHudgens of ''Film/HighSchoolMusical'' fame [[https://people.com/movies/vanessa-hudgens-auditions-for-twilight-sequel/ auditioned for the role of Leah Clearwater]].


** Likewise in a 2011 interview with the AV Club; Anna Kendrick referred to her character Jessica as "an idiot."

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** Likewise in a 2011 interview with the AV Club; Anna Kendrick referred to her character Jessica as "an idiot."" However, she's admitted in other interviews that she didn't hate the experience, since it gave her the financial freedom to work on other, lesser-known projects, and the movies were ridiculous enough to kinda fun.


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** Creator/AnnaKendrick revealed in her memoir that Jessica's rambling (yet surprisingly good) analysis of the zombie apocalypse genre was improvised.

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** Catherine Hardwicke wanted to diversify the vampire characters, and specifically requested that Alice be played by a Japanese actress. Stephanie Meyer resisted the idea, though Hardwicke was eventually able to get her to agree to the casting of Edi Gathegi as Laurent.


** To a much lesser extent, Creator/KristenStewart admits that she doesn't really like ''Twilight'' either and it ruined her potential as an actress, but it's also because in general, she doesn't enjoy being famous. However, she doesn't excessively hate it as Pattinson does.

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** To a much lesser extent, Creator/KristenStewart admits that she doesn't really like ''Twilight'' either and it ruined her potential as an actress, but it's also because in general, she doesn't enjoy being famous. However, she doesn't excessively hate despise it as much as Pattinson does.


* ActorInspiredElement: Kristen Stewart suggested the song used in the prom scene.



* TheCastShowOff: Robert Pattinson plays the piano in the "Bella's Lullaby" scene.



* CreatorBacklash: Creator/RobertPattinson, the actor of Edward Cullen, has openly admitted that he despises ''Twilight'' and practically bashes it on almost every interview. He has even called Stephenie Meyer "mad" with no real talent; she just writes down her erotic fantasies for the whole world to see. He also specifically notes that ''his own character'' is a stalker-ish creep and he acts the way he does to portray the character as such. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFA6Ycch1EM Don't believe]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVKmg5Z6bqg us?]]

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* CreatorBacklash: Creator/RobertPattinson, the actor of Edward Cullen, CreatorBacklash:
** Creator/RobertPattinson
has openly admitted that he despises ''Twilight'' and practically bashes it on almost every interview. He has even called Stephenie Meyer "mad" with no real talent; she just writes down her erotic fantasies for the whole world to see. He also specifically notes that ''his own character'' is a stalker-ish creep and he acts the way he does to portray the character as such. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFA6Ycch1EM Don't believe]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVKmg5Z6bqg us?]]



* CreatorInJoke:
** When Bella searches for the book store in Port Angeles, there is a link to Little Brown publishers. They publish the ''Twilight'' books.
** A scene in the first film has Edward catching an apple in a way that resembles the book's cover image.
* TheDanza: Michael Welch as Mike Newton.



** Peter Facinelli bleached his dark hair blond. Nikki Reed did the same for the first film only - as it took 36 hours to turn her hair blonde - and wore wigs for the remaining films. Ashley Greene initially wore a wig but eventually cut her hair for Alice. Averted with Kristen Stewart who wore hair pieces as Bella.
** Taylor Lautner nearly got recast as Jacob between the first and second movies, due to producers wanting a more muscular actor. So he hit the gym and gained several pounds of muscle - and was allowed to keep his role.

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** Averted by Kristen Stewart, who wore hair pieces specifically to save time.
** Peter Facinelli bleached his dark hair blond.
**
Nikki Reed did the same bleached hers too for the first film only - as film. But because it took 36 hours to turn her hair blonde - and was such a hassle, she wore wigs for the remaining films. films.
**
Ashley Greene initially wore did the opposite - first wearing a wig for ''Twilight''. She cut it for ''New Moon'' to help it fit under the wig better but eventually cut her hair then went without them for Alice. Averted with Kristen Stewart who wore hair pieces as Bella.
the remaining films.
** Taylor Lautner nearly got recast as Jacob between the first and second movies, due to producers wanting a more muscular actor. So he hit the gym and gained several pounds of muscle - and was allowed to keep his role. Otherwise averted with his hair - as he just wore a wig in the first two films.



* FollowTheLeader: Like the ''Film/HarryPotter'' films, the final film is going to be in two parts. The comparison has not gone unnoticed in newspapers and blogs, who think it's just trying to feed off the fandom-feud by doing so.
* GenrePopularizer: Say what you will about the quality, but it triggered an explosion of urban fantasy and paranormal romance. SturgeonsLaw is in full effect, but some of them are actually quite good. Though a more accurate statement would be that it brought such a genre into the public consequence as there are/were a number of similar series well before ''Twilight''.
** An example would be ''Literature/VampireAcademy''.
** Another is ''Literature/TheSookieStackhouseMysteries''.
** And ''Literature/{{Evernight}}''.

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* FollowTheLeader: Like the ''Film/HarryPotter'' FollowTheLeader:
** After ''Film/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows'' being split into two
films, this was the final film is going first franchise to be in two parts. The comparison has not gone unnoticed in newspapers and blogs, who think it's just trying to feed off follow that formula. ''Film/TheHungerGames'' followed suit with the fandom-feud by doing so.
''Mockingjay'' film.
** Loads of other Young Adult books were put up for adaptation after ''Twilight'''s success - such as ''{{Literature/Beastly}}'', ''Literature/BeautifulCreatures'', ''Film/TheHungerGames'', ''Literature/TheMortalInstruments'', ''{{Literature/Divergent}}'', ''Literature/VampireAcademy'', ''Film/WarmBodies'' etc.
* GenrePopularizer: Say what you will about the quality, but it triggered The books caused an explosion of urban fantasy ParanormalRomance and paranormal romance. SturgeonsLaw UrbanFantasy stories for teens in the late 2000s.
* IAmNotSpock: After the franchise's heyday, Taylor Lautner
is still heavily associated with Jacob. Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson shook this off through consistently good work in full effect, other roles, but some Taylor's only high profile role since then has been in ''Series/ScreamQueens2015'' (which had plenty of them are actually quite good. Though a more accurate statement would be that it brought such a genre into the public consequence AdamWesting to his role as there are/were a number of similar series well before ''Twilight''.
** An example would be ''Literature/VampireAcademy''.
** Another is ''Literature/TheSookieStackhouseMysteries''.
** And ''Literature/{{Evernight}}''.
Jacob).



* NamedAfterSomebodyFamous: The two most popular names for American babies in 2010 were [[http://www.behindthename.com/top/lists/us/2010/100 Jacob and Isabella]]. [[http://www.behindthename.com/top/name/isabella/us?viewing=graph Isabella]] didn't even make the top five names until 2006, and [[http://www.behindthename.com/top/name/jacob/us?viewing=graph Jacob]] is showing a steady incline in popularity over the past year, after a decade-long lull in popularity. Coincidence, or FanPreferredCouple meets ThemeNaming?
** As a side note, [[http://www.behindthename.com/top/search.php?terms=edward Edward]] is way down at #136, since it's a more old-fashioned named than the others. However, it's still managed to climb up a few places in the years after Twilight, even after a ''century's'' lull in popularity.
** Some people have gone as far as to name their daughters ''[[spoiler: [[http://www.nancy.cc/2010/01/04/attention-twihard-please-dont-name-your-baby-renesmee/ Renesmee]]]]''.



** Bryce Dallas Howard replaces Rachelle Lefevre as Victoria in the third movie

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** Bryce Dallas Howard replaces Rachelle Lefevre as Victoria in the third moviemovie. Funnily enough she turned the role down for the first film, finding the part too small. With Victoria's role being bigger in ''Eclipse'' she was happy to sign back on.



* RealitySubtext: Most people seem to think so.
* RomanceOnTheSet: As of the [[http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/celebritynews/7296030/Robert-Pattinson-confirms-that-he-is-dating-Kristen-Stewart.html end-ish of February 2010]] the RealLife actors of Bella and Edward are dating. Some fans have been... disappointed about this development.
** Given the fact that Creator/RobertPattinson is well-known for talking out of his ass, and being proud of it, the idea that the two are actually dating in real life is pretty dubious.
** Well, the article was corrected as an interpretation by the reporter, but I would say that two pretty, young, and single co-stars that spend all their time together when they are not filming other projects, in addition to the time that they already spend together filming the movies, ''and'' the fact that they complete each other's ideas, defend each other, and most of the time are very close... the idea that they ''are'' dating is not THAT dubious.
** Not helping matters is the fact that they broke up when [=KStew=] was seeing this director guy, yet got back together ''just in time for the Breaking Dawn 2 premiere.'' Hmm.

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* RealitySubtext: Most people seem to think so.
ProductionPosse: Nikki Reed had worked with Catherine Hardwicke on ''{{Film/Thirteen}}'' and ''Film/LordsOfDogtown''.
* TheRedStapler: Jacob and Isabella became popular baby names after the success of the series. Edward wasn't as popular, as it's more old-fashioned, but it did rise in popularity. After the final book the name [[spoiler: Renesmee]] became a popular baby girl name too.
* RomanceOnTheSet: As of the [[http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/celebritynews/7296030/Robert-Pattinson-confirms-that-he-is-dating-Kristen-Stewart.html end-ish of February 2010]] the RealLife actors of Bella Robert Pattinson and Edward are dating. Some fans have been... disappointed about this development.
** Given the fact that Creator/RobertPattinson is well-known
Kristen Stewart dated for talking out of his ass, a while, and being proud of it, the idea that the two are actually dating in real life is pretty dubious.
** Well, the article was corrected as an interpretation by the reporter, but I would say that two pretty, young, and single co-stars that spend all
their time together relationship ended very publicly when they are not filming other projects, in addition to the time that they already spend together filming the movies, ''and'' the fact that they complete each other's ideas, defend each other, and most of the time are very close... the idea that they ''are'' dating is not THAT dubious.
** Not helping matters is the fact that they broke up when [=KStew=]
Kristen was seeing this found to have had an affair with director guy, yet got back together ''just in time Rupert Sanders while filming ''Film/SnowWhiteAndTheHuntsman''.
* StarMakingRole:
** Kristen Stewart had been getting plenty of buzz for her indie work beforehand, but this turned her into a household name.
** Robert Pattinson likewise was known
for the Breaking Dawn 2 premiere.'' Hmm. fourth ''Film/HarryPotter'' film but became instantly famous because of this.
** And starting from the second film, Taylor Lautner was also rocketed to fame.
* ThrowItIn:
** Rosalie is wearing gloves in the first movie when Bella comes for dinner, because she cut her hands breaking the bowl on the first take.
** Emmett has shorter hair than in the book because Kellan Lutz had to cut it for ''Series/GenerationKill'' and couldn't grow it out in time.


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** Peter Facinelli originally wasn't cast as Carlisle but after the original actor dropped out, Catherine Hardwicke offered the part to him.


* FollowTheLeader: Like the ''Film/HarryPotter'' films, the final film is going to be in two parts. The comparison has not gone unnoticed in newspapers and blogs, who think it's just trying to feed off the fandom-feud by doing so.
* GenrePopularizer: Say what you will about the quality, but it triggered an explosion of urban fantasy and paranormal romance. SturgeonsLaw is in full effect, but some of them are actually quite good. Though a more accurate statement would be that it brought such a genre into the public consequence as there are/were a number of similar series well before ''Twilight''.
** An example would be ''Literature/VampireAcademy''.
** Another is ''Literature/TheSookieStackhouseMysteries''.
** And ''Literature/{{Evernight}}''.



* FollowTheLeader: Like the FIlm/HarryPotter films, the final film is going to be in two parts. The comparison has not gone unnoticed in newspapers and blogs, who think it's just trying to feed off the fandom-feud by doing so.
* GenrePopularizer: Say what you will about the quality, but it triggered an explosion of urban fantasy and paranormal romance. SturgeonsLaw is in full effect, but some of them are actually quite good. Though a more accurate statement would be that it brought such a genre into the public consequence as there are/were a number of similar series well before ''Twilight''.
** An example would be ''Literature/VampireAcademy''.
** Another is ''Literature/TheSookieStackhouseMysteries''.
** And ''Literature/{{Evernight}}''

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* TheWikiRule: The [[http://twilightsaga.wikia.com/wiki/Twilight_Saga_Wiki Twilight Saga Wiki]].


** Also, there was going to be a POVSequel telling the story of the first book from Edward's viewpoint, but it was scrapped after the first twelve chapters of the manuscript were leaked on the internet. The book was to be called''Midnight Sun''. (There's a host of conspiracy theories out there about how the manuscript was leaked, ranging from Robert Pattinson being behind it -- it was common knowledge that he had been given a copy to help him get into character, and also common knowledge that he hated his character -- to Stephenie Meyer herself, wanting an excuse not to bother to finish the book despite the fact that the fandom had clamored desperately for it since her first mention of writing it -- to Stephenie Meyer's publishing house, with or without her consent. The manuscript was leaked right after the release of the highly controversial -- and loathed by even some of the most fanatical fans of the series -- ''Breaking Dawn. Midnight Sun'' appeased many people who were considering dropping the fandom entirely, and this was also around the time the movies began releasing.)

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** Also, there was going to be a POVSequel telling the story of the first book from Edward's viewpoint, but it was scrapped after the first twelve chapters of the manuscript were leaked on the internet. The book was to be called''Midnight called ''Midnight Sun''. (There's a host of conspiracy theories out there about how the manuscript was leaked, ranging from Robert Pattinson being behind it -- it was common knowledge that he had been given a copy to help him get into character, and also common knowledge that he hated his character -- to Stephenie Meyer herself, wanting an excuse not to bother to finish the book despite the fact that the fandom had clamored desperately for it since her first mention of writing it -- to Stephenie Meyer's publishing house, with or without her consent. The manuscript was leaked right after the release of the highly controversial -- and loathed by even some of the most fanatical fans of the series -- ''Breaking Dawn. Midnight Sun'' appeased many people who were considering dropping the fandom entirely, and this was also around the time the movies began releasing.)


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: According to [[http://movies.yahoo.com/feature/movie-talk-twilight-that-almost-was.html this article]], ExecutiveMeddling at Paramount was originally planning to turn ''Twilight'' into a far more action-heavy movie -- something of a high school-set version of ''Film/{{Underworld}}'' -- in order to bring in more male viewers. Bella was made into a far more active character (she was written as a track star) who fought back against the vampires, and gets turned into one herself in the first movie. AnyoneCanDie was in full effect, with Bella's dad dying by the end of the movie. A Korean FBI vampire hunter was introduced as an antagonist, and one scene had vampires picking off members of a SWAT team sent into a forest after them, while Edward was a Film/{{Blade}}-type vampire. An ExecutiveVeto from Creator/StephenieMeyer put the kibosh on this, and the resulting adaptation by Summit was made far more faithful to the novel.
** When writing the first book, Stephenie Meyer based the physical appearance of Edward on Creator/HenryCavill, who was then little known. She described him as perfect for the part but he was considered too old to play it when the film was made.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: WhatCouldHaveBeen:
**
According to [[http://movies.yahoo.com/feature/movie-talk-twilight-that-almost-was.html this article]], ExecutiveMeddling at Paramount was originally planning to turn ''Twilight'' into a far more action-heavy movie -- something of a high school-set version of ''Film/{{Underworld}}'' -- in order to bring in more male viewers. Bella was made into a far more active character (she was written as a track star) who fought back against the vampires, and gets turned into one herself in the first movie. AnyoneCanDie was in full effect, with Bella's dad dying by the end of the movie. A Korean FBI vampire hunter was introduced as an antagonist, and one scene had vampires picking off members of a SWAT team sent into a forest after them, while Edward was a Film/{{Blade}}-type vampire. An ExecutiveVeto from Creator/StephenieMeyer put the kibosh on this, and the resulting adaptation by Summit was made far more faithful to the novel.
** When writing the first book, Stephenie Meyer based the physical appearance of Edward on Creator/HenryCavill, who was then little known. She described him as perfect for the part but he was considered too old to play it when the film was made.
novel.



** Also, there was gonna be a book telling the story from Edward's viewpoint, but it was scrapped after the first twelve chapters of the manuscript were leaked on the internet. The book was to be called "Literature/MidnightSun". (There's a host of conspiracy theories out there about how the manuscript was leaked, ranging from Robert Pattinson being behind it -- it was common knowledge that he had been given a copy to help him get into character, and also common knowledge that he hated his character -- to Stephenie Meyer herself, wanting an excuse not to bother to finish the book despite the fact that the fandom had clamored desperately for it since her first mention of writing it -- to Stephenie Meyer's publishing house, with or without her consent. The manuscript was leaked right after the release of the highly controversial -- and loathed by even some of the most fanatical fans of the series -- ''Breaking Dawn. Midnight Sun'' appeased many people who were considering dropping the fandom entirely, and this was also around the time the movies began releasing.)

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** Also, there was gonna going to be a book POVSequel telling the story of the first book from Edward's viewpoint, but it was scrapped after the first twelve chapters of the manuscript were leaked on the internet. The book was to be called "Literature/MidnightSun".called''Midnight Sun''. (There's a host of conspiracy theories out there about how the manuscript was leaked, ranging from Robert Pattinson being behind it -- it was common knowledge that he had been given a copy to help him get into character, and also common knowledge that he hated his character -- to Stephenie Meyer herself, wanting an excuse not to bother to finish the book despite the fact that the fandom had clamored desperately for it since her first mention of writing it -- to Stephenie Meyer's publishing house, with or without her consent. The manuscript was leaked right after the release of the highly controversial -- and loathed by even some of the most fanatical fans of the series -- ''Breaking Dawn. Midnight Sun'' appeased many people who were considering dropping the fandom entirely, and this was also around the time the movies began releasing.)



* Christopher Heyerdahl plays Marcus in the movies and Bigfoot on Sanctuary a Neanderthal; the producers decided to make him a romance genre enthusiast reading Nicholas Sparks novels and ''Twilight'', even stating that he likes Marcus.

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* Christopher Heyerdahl plays Marcus in the movies and Bigfoot on Sanctuary a Neanderthal; the producers decided ** [[http://www.avclub.com/article/this-terrifying-robot-baby-could-have-made-the-emt-105194 The casting crew for Breaking Dawn was originally going to make him a romance genre enthusiast reading Nicholas Sparks novels and ''Twilight'', even stating that he likes Marcus.use this to show Renesmee.]]


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: According to [[http://movies.yahoo.com/feature/movie-talk-twilight-that-almost-was.html this article]], ExecutiveMeddling at Paramount was originally planning to turn ''Twilight'' into a far more action-heavy movie -- something of a high school-set version of ''Film/{{Underworld}}'' -- in order to bring in more male viewers. Bella was made into a far more active character (she was written as a track star) who fought back against the vampires, and gets turned into one herself in the first movie. AnyoneCanDie was in full effect, with Bella's dad dying by the end of the movie. A Korean FBI vampire hunter was introduced [[UnfortunateImplications as an antagonist]], and one scene had vampires picking off members of a SWAT team sent into a forest after them, while Edward was a Film/{{Blade}}-type vampire. An ExecutiveVeto from Creator/StephenieMeyer put the kibosh on this, and the resulting adaptation by Summit was made far more faithful to the novel.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: According to [[http://movies.yahoo.com/feature/movie-talk-twilight-that-almost-was.html this article]], ExecutiveMeddling at Paramount was originally planning to turn ''Twilight'' into a far more action-heavy movie -- something of a high school-set version of ''Film/{{Underworld}}'' -- in order to bring in more male viewers. Bella was made into a far more active character (she was written as a track star) who fought back against the vampires, and gets turned into one herself in the first movie. AnyoneCanDie was in full effect, with Bella's dad dying by the end of the movie. A Korean FBI vampire hunter was introduced [[UnfortunateImplications as an antagonist]], antagonist, and one scene had vampires picking off members of a SWAT team sent into a forest after them, while Edward was a Film/{{Blade}}-type vampire. An ExecutiveVeto from Creator/StephenieMeyer put the kibosh on this, and the resulting adaptation by Summit was made far more faithful to the novel.


** ReNameMe or Renesfail for Renesmee, by the hatedom.

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** ReNameMe Renameme or Renesfail for Renesmee, by the hatedom.


** ReNameMe or Renesfail for Renesmee, by the hatedom.
** Sparklepires to refer to [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Meyer's vampires]], again mostly by haters but occasionally by some people who don't mind the series.



* GenrePopularizer: Say what you will about the quality, but it triggered an explosion of urban fantasy and paranormal romance. SturgeonsLaw is in full effect, but some of them are actually quite good. Though a more accurate statement would be that it brought such a genre into the public consequence as there are/were a number of similar series well before Twilight.
** An example would be Literature/VampireAcademy.
** Another is Literature/TheSookieStackhouseMysteries.

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* GenrePopularizer: Say what you will about the quality, but it triggered an explosion of urban fantasy and paranormal romance. SturgeonsLaw is in full effect, but some of them are actually quite good. Though a more accurate statement would be that it brought such a genre into the public consequence as there are/were a number of similar series well before Twilight.
''Twilight''.
** An example would be Literature/VampireAcademy.
''Literature/VampireAcademy''.
** Another is Literature/TheSookieStackhouseMysteries.''Literature/TheSookieStackhouseMysteries''.
** And ''Literature/{{Evernight}}''


* CreatorCameo: Stephenie Meyer has a cameo in the first film getting served a veggie plate in one restaurant scene. A waitress addresses her as Stephenie.

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* CreatorCameo: CreatorCameo:
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Stephenie Meyer has a cameo in the first film getting served a veggie plate in one restaurant scene. A waitress addresses her as Stephenie.Stephenie.
** She's also a guest at Bella and Edward's wedding in ''Breaking Dawn - Part 1''.

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