Twilight Cast Squabbling Over Money!?

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Will the family that slays together, stay together? Kellan Lutz and Ashley Greene are still trying to…

renegotiate their contracts Twilight Cast Squabbling Over Money!?! The Cullen family could be seeing some new faces in familiar roles unless some of the Twilight actors, specifically Kellan Lutz (Emmett Cullen) and Ashley Greene (Alice Cullen) are able to successfully renegotiate new contracts for the smash-hit film franchise’s final installments. Despite rumors that the actors’ contract demands are holding up production of Breaking Dawn, which will be split into two movies, insiders say that isn’t true. “Negotiations started a week ago but the reports that they are holding up production aren’t true because there is no shooting script and production isn’t supposed to start until November, so no way is it holding up production,” says one source close to the deal-making. “There was never a deal in place for the fourth movie,” the source adds. “They had a three-picture deal which has expired, and it’s standard industry practice to renegotiate on the fourth movie.” So if it’s the standard to renegotiate, then Twilight fans should be safe with high hopes of the return of the entire Cullen family. Would you just die if Alice and Emmett were replaced? Or do you think those particular characters are totally replaceable?


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