Twilight Saga: Eclipse Final Runtime, New Still & Ticket Info

While the powers-that-be battle it out over the fate of the fourth and possible fifth chapters of The Twilight Saga, the third installment, Eclipse, is set to debut nationwide on June 30th, and we now have the official runtime as well as info on when and where you can pre-order your tickets. Oh yeah … and a new still has surfaced.

According to the official Twilight Twitter page: “The countdown begins! You can pre-order your tickets starting this Friday, 5/14 on Fandango and MovieTickets! Run time is 2:04.

But that’s just the beginning. On May 13th the worldwide Twilight phenomenon comes to the Oprah with Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner, and Dakota Fanning all appearing. A slew of screencaps from the show can be found on, where we also nabbed the new Eclipse still of Bella and Edward kissing. Oh, be still our beating hearts!

Twilight Saga: Eclipse Final Runtime, New Still & Ticket Info

In Eclipse, directed by David Slade, Bella (Kristen Stewart) once again finds herself surrounded by danger as Seattle is ravaged by a string of mysterious killings and a malicious vampire continues her quest for revenge. In the midst of it all, she is forced to choose between her love for Edward (Robert Pattinson) and her friendship with Jacob (Taylor Lautner) — knowing that her decision has the potential to ignite the struggle between vampire and werewolf. With her graduation quickly approaching, Bella is confronted with the most important decision of her life.

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    The Second, angst-packed chapter in the lives of high-school human Bella Swan and 109-year-old teen-vampire Edward Cullen continues in the Twilight Saga New Moon (Summit). Afraid of angering hardcore fans, director Chris Weitz keeps almost all of Stephanie Meyer’s clumsy dialogue and wimpy melodrama intact, and if you’re unfamiliar with its sourcs material, this is one overlong, cheesy slog.

    The pair’s romance hits a snag when the chaos caused bt by a paper cut convinces Edward (Robert Pattinson) to ditch Bella (Kristen Stewart) for her own safety. The result? She spends a big chunk of the film in an inconsolable state of depression. That is, until Bella’s Native American pal Jacob (buff-but-bland Taylor Lautner) strips off his shirt. But he too has a secret – the dude’s a werewolf. Thank goodness. some evil vampires and a Volturi rendezvous jettison the story’s juvenile agenda.

    While the first Twilight was in no way perfect, at least director Catherine Hardwicke gave it a distinct visual look and realistic edge. Weitz’s New Moon is instead a lifeless soap opera that plays down to its audience, amidst sub-par CG effects and a Mormon-abstinence metaphor. Worst of all, sulking, lovesick Bella is a terrible role model for young women; while mopey, sparkly Edward is an equally embarrassing one for vampires.

    -Uncredired SciFi magazine review