Summit Entertainment knows that you guys just cannot wait the additional couple of weeks until Twilight finally comes out, so they’ve decided to try and help ease your pain by allowing fans to get tickets early, and they’ll even give you a song if you do!
While I'd love to point out how all the Twilight posters so far have been interchangeable, we'll just let this poster IMP Awards found speak for itself...
November 21st cannot come fast enough. I am stoked to see what Catherine Hardwicke has turned Stephenie Meyer's sassy vampire love-story into. But, sadly, we have to wait more than a month. To make the time fly we've uploaded the newest trailer, the one we covered last week, and found the new detailed synopsis. Enjoy!
I will admit it right now ... I will be seeing Twilight. On one hand it will please the woman of the hour, and on the other it will arm me with plenty of ammunition for our inevitable Dinner for Fiends. We suffer for our craft.
Twilight, oh how the little girls scream for it. Twilight, oh how their boyfriends will hate it. Twilight, oh how tired I am of it...
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.
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.
Kristen Stewart is intense. Wading through a weekend of interviews as the lead of the film Twilight, it's clear she's bracing herself. She's fully present and ready to discuss anythi