From Amazon: This intimate full-colour 'notebook', designed to replicate the one director Catherine Hardwicke kept on and off the set, takes you through the creative process that went into making Stephenie Meyer's breathtaking novel come alive on screen.
I apologise for this rather biased review, but I'm a huge Twilight fan, so this book is pretty much like Christmas come early. If you're a fan of the movie, then the Director's Notebook is an essential purchase.
It literally has everything you could ever want to know about the behind the scenes stuff we never see, including storyboards, costume designs, script extracts, drawings and lots of never before seen on-set images. My personal highlight is this original watercolour drawing of Edward with "timeless" hair. Thank goodness they didn't go with that idea!
Although I feel like I could write a book like this myself (yep, that's how Twilight obsessed I am), it's brilliant to see all the new images and production notes. Well done, Catherine Hardwicke: you are officially one of my favourite people.
And to all you lucky bloggers that will be getting their movie DVD later tonight, I hope you enjoy it! I'm currently waiting for my US Borders exclusive edition to cross the pond, and am keeping my fingers crossed that it arrives before my UK copies do.
Extra: See more pages from the book here on Stephenie's official site.