Do you want to know what’s going to happen to your favorite vampires and werewolves? Look no further than the World Wide Web — where the Eclipse script is making its rounds.
Hey, Twi-Hards — can’t wait until Eclipse hits theaters on June 30? Then you’re in luck, because an escapee copy of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse script is yours and free for the reading.
But don’t get TOO excited. According to Deadline.com’s Nikki Finke, the screenplay, which reportedly belonged to Jackson “Jasper Hale” Rathbone, 25, is only an early draft, meaning it’s not the version you’ll see on the big screen.
Although it’s still unclear how the script got lost (and found on the Internet), Jackson still might be getting a little slap on the wrist from his studio bosses. We think it’s safe to say he’s going to be OK, though. After all, he’s not the first Twilight star to have reportedly lost one of the sacred scripts.
News broke back in May 2009 that Anna Kendrick‘s (who plays Bella’s frenemy Jessica Stanley) New Moon script was reportedly found outside a hotel near St. Louis.
And the mastermind behind the franchise, Twilight author Stephanie Meyer, 36, also ran into some problems with leaked information. She stopped writing Midnight Sun, the fifth novel in the series, after a draft was leaked in September 2008.
We know stars usually have bodyguards, but now we’re starting to think that these scripts should too!
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