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Catherine Hardwicke broke records with her “Twilight” film adaptation, but she says her success with the first entry in the franchise didn’t matter because she’s a woman. “When I went in I saw that there were massive bouquets and balloons and bottles of wine, and crazy gifts sent to them by all the distributors around the world or whoever, all their friends,” she recalled.
Shortly after, she returned to the studio offices to do some “online chat stuff” and found the company celebrating — without her.
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If they thought it was going to be a big blockbuster, they wouldn’t have ever even hired me, because no woman had ever been hired to do something in the blockbuster category.” When Summit Entertainment released Hardwick’s Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson-starring film, it earned the highest-ever opening weekend gross at the time for a live-action movie directed by a woman: 2.8 million.