Earlier today we posted a kind of fuzzy look at the sales one-sheet for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. Now for the benefit of screaming girls and growling cougars everywhere, we've gotten our hands on a much better look. We wonder how many chicks are gonna have this as their wallpaper by dawn.
Andrew Kasch is on the scene at this year's AFM in LA and he's been sending us back quite a crop of posters from some upcoming films you may or may not be excited about.
Whew! It's a busy day in the Twitterverse where The Twilight Saga is concerned with news about all three installments getting some play: Eclipse, New Moon, and even the original granddaddy of them all, Twilight.
Updates on three different projects have come in over the weekend via Twitter, and rather than do separate stories on each, we've got them all right here ... down & dirty, quick & easy ... just how we know you like it!
Although they said they were waiting until they hit 200,000 followers on Twitter, Summit Entertainment went ahead and released the title treatment artwork for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse this evening, and of course we've got a look at it for you ... in all its sparkly glory.
Not sure how we missed this story earlier in the week, but it did break the day after the Reaper Awards, so you can't blame us for moving a little slowly. In any event, it looks like The Twilight Saga: Eclipse has found its Lucy, Canadian actress Kirsten Prout.
Along with director David Slade's regular updates on Twitter, a couple of different fansites for the Twilight films and/or their stars have provided us with an early look at the second sequel, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.
Looking to kick off your weekend with a couple more behind-the-scenes tidbits from David Slade's Twilight Saga: Eclipse? Don't worry; it's okay to be interested. We won't tell. *snickers*
A couple of photos that look to be from a new urban set (Seattle, maybe?) for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse surfaced online this evening, and while the quality isn't the greatest, we know how hungry the series' fans are for every scrap of information out there. So, grainy or not, here they are!
New Moon, the second installment in The Twilight Saga, looks to be putting its bloodsuckers on the back-burner and focusing on the wolf pack, which should bode well for expanding its fanbase to those who prefer lycans over vamps. And if the newly released photo of Tinsel Korey as Emily Young, who is like "a second mother to the pack", is any indication, those wolves have some pretty nasty claws!
Coincidence? Brilliant marketing campaign? Or just downright spooky? All across the Net today light bulbs have been going off above people's heads as they realized that on November 16th, 2009, the date for the official premiere of Summit's first Twilight Saga sequel, New Moon, there will be a legitimate "new moon". And that's just the half of it!
Once scans from People Magazine's story on The Twilight Saga: New Moon hit online yesterday, we figured it would just be a matter of time before Summit provided news outlets with higher res version of the photos, and we were right.
Now that Twilight sequel New Moon is edging closer to its November release date, eyes are turning to the third film, Eclipse, which begins lensing in Vancouver in just a few more days. Casting updates have been coming in fast and furious for the new installment helmed by David Slade, including this latest bit on who would be portraying the vampire Maria.
If you've seen the Viking/Sci-Fi/Monster mash-up Outlander (review here), a young actor by the name of Jack Huston might have caught your eye. He has since parlayed that experience into a regular part in the upcoming ABC series "Eastwick," and now his name recognition is about to go through the roof since he's been signed to appear in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.
Bryce Dallas Howard isn't the only new name attached to the third installment in the Twilight Saga, David Slade's Eclipse. The news came down today that Jodelle Ferland from Silent Hill, The Messengers, and upcoming The Cabin in the Woods has joined the cast as well.