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New Moon is still raking in cash.

There's over seven months until Eclipse is released.

But, hey, it's never too early to discuss Breaking Dawn, is it?

Sources have confirmed that the final installment in the Twilight Saga will be broken up into two films, similar to the plans for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Said an insider of the movie studio's thinking:

"Knowing Summit, [the announcement] will be soon, with the giant success of New Moon. Why would they not stretch it out and make as much money as possible from this franchise?"

Of course, the question on everyone's mind concerns the flick's stars: Will Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson be available for twice the shooting?

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Too much of a good thing? Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart will star in a Breaking Dawn double feature.

Yes, a source told E! News. Fans have nothing to worry about.

"They are so on board. But the money has to be right. If it is, it'll happen - especially now that [Rob and Kristen] are learning better how to handle the press."

We doubt Rob or Kristen has to be concerned about money ever again. The studio could offer each a billion dollars for Breaking Dawn and still see a return on its investment.

Are you excited for THREE more films in the Twilight Saga? Or do you fear this decision may create Robsten and vampire backlash?

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While Twilight was a hit, and the buzz over New Moon is off the charts, controversy over the final two films in the Twilight Saga continues to grow.

By now, most fans are familiar with the shady decision to replace Rachelle Lefevre in Eclipse with Bryce Dallas Howard. Go read more about it and let your opinion be heard.

Now, an author is taking Twilight creator Stephenie Meyer to court for allegedly stealing ideas for Breaking Dawn.

As first reported by TMZ, Jordan Scott sent a cease and desist letter to the book's publisher, stating the fourth installment in the franchise contains a "striking and substantial similarity" to Scott's book, "The Nocturne."

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Scott says her novel was published in 2006; though, strangely, we can't find it on Amazon.com.

She claims that numerous scenes in the books are eerily similar, such as (Breaking Dawn spoiler alert!)...

  • Both contain a post-wedding sex scene;
  • Both depict a scene about a woman who's sick because she's carrying a child with "evil powers;"
  • Both focus on the death of the main character's wife.

In response, Meyer's rep wrote to TMZ: "The claim that 'Breaking Dawn' by Stephenie Meyer somehow infringes on an alleged book by someone named Jordan Scott is completely without merit. Neither Stephenie Meyer nor her representatives had any knowledge of this writer or her supposed book prior to this claim."

Man. It was a lot more fun when the only breaking news about these movies/books involved the latest Robert Pattinson pictures.

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Ashley Greene can do more than just pose for sexy photos in Nylon Magazine.

She can also answer questions about the eventual big screen release of Breaking Dawn!

We know, we know: New Moon hasn't come out yet; and the premiere date for Eclipse was only just announced. But does any Twilight fan not have an interest in every possible nugget of information regarding this franchise? That's what we thought.

Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson will return for Breaking Dawn. That's all we know for now. But isn't that all we need?!?

So, Ashley, tell us about the script for Breaking Dawn.

"I haven't seen a page," the actress told E! News.

Hmmmm, okay. What about production on the final installment?

"We're going to start right after Eclipse," said Greene.

Makes sense. Those at Summit Entertainment are on record saying they wanna churn out this franchise as quickly as possible. As for the Breaking Dawn director, Green can only say who it won't be.

"[Eclipse director] David [Slade] and [New Moon director] Chris [Weitz] will both be busy in postproduction, and Catherine [Hardwicke] will be doing Hamlet."

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