I know Syxx usually likes to handle all the Twilight news himself, but as a belated birthday present, I thought I'd give him a break and cover this update.
News flash! Teenage girls all over America have been shitting themselves with anticipation over the big screen adaptation of the phenomenon known as Twilight! As a means to quell the messy epidemic, Warner Brothers has bumped up the release date for the Catherine Hardwicke film to November 21, 2008, instead of in December as originally planned.
I am not sure of the actual ratio of our female-to-male readers, but I am going to risk it and say we have at least 5 women who read the site. The lowball number is based strictly on the lack of Twilight fan fiction on our forums.
In case the last three or four videos from Catherine Hardwicke's Twilight haven't driven you away, another trailer has surfaced on YouTube and a hi-def version cropped up at Yahoo Movies for your enjoyment/morbid curiosity.
All right, vampy fans, it's time for some new visual stimulus from the world of Catherine Hardwicke's Twilight! I know there are some of you thirsty for more, and if there's one thing we like doing here at Dread Central, it's quenching!
Last year Blood & Chocolate taught us that no matter how good your source material is, any filmmaker can turn it into a mind numbing laugh-a-thon suited only for people who believe all of Europe is populated by well dressed Goths and powered by Absinthe.
Ah, yes! Cute kids! Bare branches! Wire work! You can just smell the happiness in the air when it comes to the cotton candy sweetness that is the upcoming slice of teeny-bopper horror Twilight.
Man, I’m glad this came up during my shift cause I’ve been dying to talk about this movie for weeks. Now, if you click on the teaser image to your right for Catherine Hardwicke’s Twilight, you may understand why.
On December 12th, Twilight may split vampire fans down the middle. I've heard conflicting opinions about the book the film is based on, but I was not expecting to see a bloodsucker flick where they're walking around in daylight!
As we mentioned earlier today, G4 has another exclusive for the horror genre. This time it is a follow-up to their set visit of the upcoming vampire novel turned big screen feature Twilight, directed by Catherine Hardwicke.
The vampire love story that is Stephenie Meyer's Twilight looks to fill the giant gap we've had in vampire tales lately. No, I am not going to count I Am Legend as a vamp flick because ... well, just because. Anyway, G4 got an exclusive visit to the set of the big screen adaptation of Twilight. Check out the video below to see how the Catherine Hardwicke directed flick is shaping up.
Gotta love it when a movie’s not even done being made yet and I’m already sick of hearing about it and seeing it seemingly everywhere. This time that flick is Catherine Hardwicke’s Twilight, the adaptation of the first book in the vampire series by Stephanie Meyer that we can’t seem to stop talking about (“Four More for Twilight” – February 2008)
Man, I remember first reporting on Stephenie Meyer's Twilight coming to the big screen; good lord, that seems like a long time ago. As of now the project is currently in production in Portland, Oregon, and some new cast members have just been added.
I know you’ve all spent your holidays in a state of worry about what the status was on Catherine Hardwicke’s teen vampire film Twilight, but now you’re mind can finally be at ease. Casting is underway and production is set to start soon.
During this past summer’s Comic Con, intrepid reporter Andrew Kasch braved the wilds of screaming girls to take place in a roundtable chat with Tw