The Twilight Saga: Eclipse is still officially set for a June 30 release date, although a new story seems to reveal reshoots are taking place, and not with the original director of the film. Lainey Gossip is reporting that Summit Entertainment is prepping to bring the cast and crew of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse back to Vancouver for a few days of reshoots, although director David Slade will apparently not be helming the reshoots.

The site reports that Summit had reached out to both Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke and The Twilight Saga: New Moon director Chris Weitz to direct the new scenes, since the studio and Slade were having creative differences. It was said that they are both now on better speaking terms, but an official decision on who will direct the reshoots hasn't been made as of yet.

It was said that among the key scenes needed to be reshot were a scene between Kristen Stewart's Bella and Robert Pattinson Edward in a meadow, along with a few key fight scenes. It was also said that the reshoots will consist of just three days of work, but with the cast and crew putting in 18-hour days, and they were expected to take place within the next few weeks.

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We'll be sure to keep you posted on any new details surrounding The Twilight Saga: Eclipse as soon as we have more information.