We're already well into the new year, and still there's been no confirmation as to the means by which Summit Entertainment plans to unleash the final chapter in The Twilight Saga known as Breaking Dawn onto the throng of tweens and cougars who are anxiously awaiting it. Will it be one film or two? Is this causing "drama" between author Stephenie Meyer and the studio as alleged by some in the media?
The horror genre, especially at it relates to television, had quite a good showing at tonight's People's Choice Awards with vampires, both sparkling and otherwise, reigning supreme.
We first saw it back in early October from a scanned copy of People Magazine, but today Summit released the first official hi-res still from David Slade's The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.
For the benefit of screaming girls and growling cougars everywhere, we've gotten our hands on the hi-res one-sheet for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. We wonder how many chicks are gonna have this as their wallpaper within the hour.
Now that The Twilight Saga: New Moon has debuted to record-setting box office numbers and its follow-up, Eclipse, is being readied for a June 20, 2010, release, all eyes are turning to Summit Entertainment and what the execs there are planning for the final chapter in the Saga: Breaking Dawn. Will it be one movie or two? And whom will the studio tap to direct?
Screaming chicks! Long lines! A very wisely placed sale on Kleenex tissues! Millions of tormented men forced to go to the movies as a means to maintain their relationships! What could this all mean? A new Twilight film in theatres of course.
We knew it was going to open big, but The Twilight Saga: New Moon opened stronger than even its biggest fans had predicted. $140.7 Million domestically plus another $118.1 million from 25 territories across the globe, breaking records in the US, Australia, and New Zealand.
Reviewed by Morgan Elektra Starring Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner, Michael Sheen, Dakota Fanning, Ashley Greene Directed by Chris Weitz
Twilight fans, if you thought the critics have condemned New Moon in their reviews ... The Roman Catholic Church has a message for all of you rushing out to see the latest exploits of a droopy teenage girl trying to decide whether or not her existence is validated by a depressed sparkling vampire or an underwear model werewolf: You're going to Hell!
It's finally here -- the opening weekend of The Twilight Saga: New Moon (review here), and it's already shattering box office records. Reports are that New Moon set a new high for opening midnight show grosses with an estimated $26.27 million playing at 3,514 theaters for a per theater average of $7,476.
It's that time again! All the little girls of the world are jumping around like they have to take a bathroom break, bursting with anticipation for the day when their dear Edward slow walks across the big screen again, all slack-jawed and lazy-eyed like the vampire equivalent of Garfield.
Reviewed by Nomad Starring Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner, Michael Sheen, Dakota Fanning, Ashley Greene Directed by Chris Weitz
As mentioned a couple of days ago, The Twilight Saga: New Moon was well on its way to setting a new record with Fandango for advance ticket sales, and the film has indeed achieved that milestone. But if you haven't bought your tickets yet, don't be discouraged; theater owners are still adding screens and posting new showtimes online.
Tonight is the world premiere of The Twilight Saga: New Moon, and in case you couldn't be in Los Angeles or didn't quite feel up to camping out with the hundreds of fans who have been at the Westwood Village Theatre for the past few days, you can watch it live courtesy of MySpace!
In our never-ending quest to cater to horror fans of every shape, size, creed, color, taste, and mental capacity, we have a special treat for our Twilight readers to send you off with into the weekend.