In lieu of the release of the Breaking Dawn Part 1 Soundtrack, we have decided to put together a little contest for y’all. What’s up for grabs? Well, a beautiful November issue of GQ (UK) is what’s at stake! Now, let’s get into the nitty, gritty details of this contest:
After listening to the Soundtrack (a million times), we have decided to make a contest that tests just how accurate you can be at determining where each song on the Soundtrack will play in the Breaking Dawn Part 1. This task seems rather daunting if you consider all songs and all scenes in the movie. Therefore, we have decided to provide you with three scenes. It will be your task to tell us which song will play in each of the three pre-determined scenes. Whoever gets the most scene/song combinations correct will win the grand prize! There will be second and third place prizes as well, so any submission is a good submission
- You can only enter once, so please make sure your submission is complete and thought-through.
- Please submit your answer in the comments section below.
- All submissions will be turned in no later than November 16, 2011 at 3:00 pm CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
- Contest is open to all International residents.
- First place prize is a copy of the November issue of GQ (UK), featuring Kristen Stewart of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1.
- Second place prize a copy of the People Magazine Breaking Dawn Special Edition.
- Third place prize is a 15×21″ poster of Robert Pattinson.
- Please, no cheating. If you have already submitted an answer, please do not use another name to submit another answer. IP addresses are attached to your comments, so please don’t make me have to check this.
Below is a list of the songs on the Soundtrack:
- The Joy Formidable, “Endtapes”
- Angus & Julia Stone, “Love Will Take You”
- Bruno Mars, “It Will Rain”
- Sleeping at Last, “Turning Page”
- The Features, “From Now On”
- Christina Perri, “A Thousand Years”
- Theophilus London, “Neighbors”
- The Belle Brigade, “I Didn’t Mean It”
- Noisettes, “Sister Rosetta (2011 Version)”
- Cider Sky, “Northern Lights”
- Iron & Wine, “Flightless Bird, American Mouth (Wedding Version)”
- Imperial Mammoth, “Requiem on Water”
- Aqualung & Lucy Schwartz, “Cold”
- Mia Maestro, “Llovera”
- Carter Burwell, “Love Death Rebirth”
UPDATE: Due to the lack of Soundtrack music being played in 2 out of 3 of these scenes we previously chose, we will have to cancel this contest. However, please stay tuned to a trivia or a giveaway with these same prizes! We will let you know as soon as we figure out what we are going to do.
Twihards have long been anticipating seeing Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson) honeymoon on Isle Esme and consummate their marriage amid flying feathers. And as audiences will see when The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1 arrives in theaters this Friday, the love scene does not disappoint. But, according to the stars of the movie, things could have been even more steamy — if it weren’t for director Bill Condon needing to keep the action PG-13. “There’s a version where it was really intense,” recalls Pattinson in this week’s EW. “Cinematically, cut all together, it’s awesome,” says Kristen Stewart. “But we didn’t really do that scene. ”
“And when we did,” adds Pattinson, “they kept telling us to stop.”
The PG-13 rating also limited things with regard to the climactic birth scene, which takes place at the end of the film. “That’s what I’m really disappointed about — and I’ve talked about it with Bill,” says Stewart. “It was more sympathetic or something when I played the scene with less energy, and it made it easier for him to tell the story. But in the book, Bella is screaming, ‘NOOOOO!’ [Stewart stands and demonstrates.] And I did it like that — crazy and Exorcist-like. I was going for this weird mix of turning into the most feral mother you can imagine and also fighting for my own life. I mean, I was a nutcase. I was an absolute nutcase.”
“I do still love the birth scene,” says Lautner. “I know it’s frustrating that some things aren’t in there.”
“Yeah,” says Stewart, “I still love it too.”