While they have officially signed a director and set release date it seems there is a bit of a hold-up on Summit Entertainment announcing the final installment in its popular vampire film series will indeed be split into two films. THR Esquire is reporting that Summit is holding off on announcing that The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn will be a two-part film because some of the supporting cast's deals are not in place.

The site made it clear that the main franchise stars - Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner - are finalizing their deals with the studio now, but it seems that supporting cast members such as Ashley Greene and Kellan Lutz, are angling for big-money deals for the final installment.

"We may have a situation where one of them is thrown out on the street to make a point," said one of the site's sources.

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Summit had done just that before the latest upcoming film in the series, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, with actress Rachelle Lefevre, who was let go when she demanded a bigger pay increase. Bryce Dallas Howard takes her place in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.

The site also reported that the studio's offers to the actors were said to be 10 times higher than their salaries on the first film and the offers were deemed "offensive" by the talent, due to all the money the franchise has made.

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