The writing team behind 'Twilight: Breaking Dawn - Part 2' have reportedly altered the ending from the one that fans of the books are familiar with, with star Robert Pattinson admitting that he did a double take when he read the script.
Changing the ending to a much loved novel when it reaches the screen is always controversial, but is it as bad a decision as it initially seems? For example the movie versions of 'Fight Club' and 'The Beach' have different endings to their paper counterparts.
It could also mean that fans of the books still experience a bit of suspense in seeing the film. According to reports, the change was dreamt up by writer Stephenie Meyer and screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg over dinner, so it shouldn't be too much of a departure.
However would it ruin the books' climactic final battle and subsequent resolution or add different elements to the story?
All in all it rather depends what Meyer and Rosenberg have in mind, yet that won't stop everyone from having an opinion, and not neccessary a good one.
Being the creator isn't a licence to alter everything either, after all fans can barely bear to mention the name George Lucas after his alterations to 'Star Wars'.
So is it a good or bad thing that we could see a subtly different ending? Vote now!
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