'The Twilight Saga': We talk to screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg

Melissa Rosenberg has been Stephenie Meyer's big-screen translator since the first Twilight movie debuted back in 2008. With a new director coming on to each film, Rosenberg's constant presence has helped ensure Meyer's story stays constant throughout the saga. Also, in Eclipse, since director David Slade isn't a writer, all the words spoken by your favorite characters came straight from Rosenberg's computer. We checked in with the screenwriter, who recently left her day job as showrunner of Showtime's hit series Dexter to direct her attention completely to the Twilight series. The California native took a break from pre-production on Breaking Dawn to chat with us.

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