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Bill Condon says he made a supercut of last two 'Twilight' films
"Twilight" fans may one day get to see the full "Breaking Dawn" without taking a break.
Director Bill Condon recently revealed that he initially created a four-hour "supercut" of the two chapters which were released separately, eliminating the break in between, which would save fans a few minutes of sitting through two sets of end credits.
However, he maintains that the "supercut" doesn't include any deleted footage. When asked about unseen scenes, he told Collider, "No, it’s just one cut. There are obviously adjustments you have to make and rearranging some of the stuff. Just making it into one seamless thing, making it feel more like the original novel."
Fans shouldn't get too excited, however, as the "supercut" will not be included in the upcoming "Twilight Saga" DVD/Blu-ray box set.