As we learned from the new official synopsis for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Bella and Edward travel to Rio de Janeiro for their honeymoon, and the first behind-the-scenes pictures from the set in Rio have made their way online.
With AFM in full swing, you guys had to know some Twilight Saga news would be forthcoming, and what we have for you today is the official synopsis for Breaking Dawn along with a bit of sales art.
A slew of new cast members for the forthcoming two-part adaptation of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn were revealed today, and while none of the names are particularly familiar, we're certain they will be once the films hit the multiplex! Summit Entertainment announced today that the following actors have been cast in supporting roles in Breaking Dawn:
Every time I have to write one of these stories, I keep telling myself, "Just two more movies and we're done with all this silly sparkling nonsense." It's like knowing a jail sentence is about to expire. In any event ... here's more breaking news on Breaking Dawn even though we'd rather be breaking wind.
OMG! Like, today just wouldn't be as fresh without this bit of Breaking Dawn casting news. Strap yourselves in and prepare to find out who will be filling out the ranks of this fourth (and final?) installment of the baffling saga - in two parts, of course!
Well, we now know who will be accompanying the previously announced Maggie Grace in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn's Denali vampire coven as Summit Entertainment has revealed four more names of cast members for the two-part film.
Unless you're a fan of The Twilight Saga, the name "Renesmee" probably doesn't mean much to you, but for those in the know, she's a pivotal character - the vampire/human hybrid daughter of Edward and Bella.
Casting news for another new The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn character has just broken, and it's a very familiar face to a lot of Dread Central readers: Maggie Grace of "Lost" and Taken fame.
Lots of new characters will be coming into play during the upcoming two-part The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, and we now know who at least one of them will be: Egyptian vampire Benjamin, who will be portrayed by Rami Malek.
With The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (reviews here) continuing to rack up impressive box office numbers (close to $290 million over five weeks in the US plus over $356 million foreign), Summit Entertainment wants to make sure you don't forget about its upcoming two-part follow-up, Breaking Dawn, and today announced a release date for Part 2 of the Saga's conclusion.
With The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (reviews here) heating up the box office, we knew it wouldn't be long before Summit Entertainment dropped some news on its two-part follow-up, Breaking Dawn, just to remind everyone that the Saga is far from over. Read on for an update.
Fans of Stephenie Meyer's final book in The Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn, who are hoping the two movies to be made from it remain faithful to their source material could be in for a major disappointment if the films' screenwriter, Melissa Rosenberg, has her way.
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse hits theaters soon, and no doubt capitalizing a bit on the building anticipation surrounding the franchise, Summit Entertainment confirmed today that the movie's follow-up, Breaking Dawn, will be released as two separate films with the first slated to hit theatres on November 18, 2011.
Everyone can breathe a sigh of relief. Ashley Greene, Kellan Lutz, Jackson Rathbone, and Nikki Reed have all signed on the dotted line with Summit Entertainment to return for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn. What we still don't know, however, is whether the damned thing will be in one installment or two and if it'll be in 3D as rumored.
Once Summit signed Bill Condon to direct The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, everyone has been waiting with bated breath to find out if the final chapter in the Saga would be one film or two. As it turns out, salary negotiations for the possible fifth film have been the hold-up, and not for the actors you might think.