Posted by: popcouver | May 18, 2010

Catherine Hardwicke tells the Couve that Ashley and Kellan might be in danger!

It looks like Catherine Hardwicke director of Twilight, the first instalement in the Twilight Saga, thinks that the salary dispute between Summit Entertainment and actors Ashley Greene and Kellan Lutz might turn ugly! This is what People Magazine is reporting:

Catherine Hardwicke, director of the first Twilight film, who was closely involved in casting the ensemble of actors, is under no illusions about the seriousness of the current salary dispute involving Ashley Greene and Kellan Lutz.
“It would really break my heart if they were replaced, but it could happen. Things could turn ugly quickly,” Hardwicke, 54, said this weekend at the Twilight Convention in Vancouver.
Cullen kids Lutz, 25, and Greene, 23, reportedly had a three-picture deal, which expired, and are trying to score paydays of about $1.5 million as work begins on the next installment, Breaking Dawn. But Hardwicke says the young actors might not even be all that involved in the negotiations.
 

AHHH! What scares me most is what is said at the end, that Ashley and Kellan might not even be involved with the negotiations. Does Summit not understand that Twihards would be completely crushed if they took Ashley and Kellan out of the franchise? Ashley is a perfect Alice, and Kellan is such a funny Emmett, and all Twihards love them. It sounds like Catherine had alot of interesting things to say while in the Couve, fingers crossed that this one thing was false.(source) 

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