In early December Bluewater Productions will be bringing the world the Fame: The Cast of Twilight comic, a compilation of previously released but currently sold out individual Fame editions devoted to Twilight stars Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner.
OMG! Like, today just wouldn't be as fresh without this bit of Breaking Dawn casting news. Strap yourselves in and prepare to find out who will be filling out the ranks of this fourth (and final?) installment of the baffling saga - in two parts, of course!
Anyone's who's surprised by this news hasn't been paying attention. The Twilight Saga is winding down with only its two Breaking Dawn installments left. Did you think Summit would let it go just like that? Of course not -- if you believe the Internet rumor that Stephenie Meyer’s book The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner - released in March - is headed to the big screen.
Of all of the people that you would expect to be Twi-Hards who would have thunk that Islamic terrorists would be amongst Stephenie Meyer's biggest fans? The Onion News Network has broken the exclusive story detailing how Al-Qaeda's love for all things Twilight prevented them from launching an all-out terrorist attack on Washington, D.C.!
As reported previously, Muse's "Neutron Star Collision (Love is Forever)" is to be the first single off the soundtrack from The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, and today the video, directed by Anthony Mandler, hit the Internet. Coincidentally, Mandler is attached to direct the vampire film Vlad for Summit.
What a difference a few months make. Despite the fact that Muse drummer Dominic Howard told fans in March that "for this film it’s not going to happen", the band is indeed going to appear on the soundtrack for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.
No, it's not a new chapter in The Twilight Saga, but rather an expansion of an existing one. Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, a division of Hachette Book Group, has announced today that it will release the first new title from Stephenie Meyer in nearly two years: "The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner", a novella told from the point of view of Bree, a character originally featured in Eclipse (portrayed by Jodelle Ferland in the upcoming film of the same name).
Things are getting downright ridiculous in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn land. First Deadline Hollywood reports that "it's definitive. Filming on [two] back-to-back [Breaking Dawn] movies would begin in mid-October, and Summit Entertainment is looking at 'high end' directors." But then MTV states Summit told them, "No decision has been made." Further muddying the waters, The Hollywood Reporter chimes in with word that "the halls of Summit are also alive with the parallel potential of filming the last film — or films — in 3D."
It was last summer when we first heard about the Twilight graphic novel coming from Yen Press, and today we got a first look at the cover art and a story panel from Volume 1.
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?
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?
Twilight series author Stephenie Meyer is about to see another one of her projects up on the big screen, and luckily for us, this one's geared toward adults. Rights to Meyer's The Host have been acquired by producers Nick Wechsler and Steve and Paula Mae Schwartz (who also teamed up for John Hillcoat's adaptation of The Road).
When you live in small towns like Forks and LaPush, Washington, having an influx of 1,200 to 1,500 people for a weekend event is sure to help the local economy. And that's exactly what transpired during the celebration known as Bella's Birthday and Stephenie Meyer Day, which ran this past September 12th and 13th, 2009.
It must be "Twilight Thursday" or something because in addition to the five new images of the Volturi, we also caught wind that author Stephenie Meyer was granted the exclusive first look at the soundtrack album cover for The Twilight Saga: New Moon along with confirmation of the first single from the CD.
During a recent interview with Access Hollywood, actor BooBoo Stewart spilled the beans that Twilight Saga fans can look forward to not just Eclipse and (the as yet unconfirmed by Summit Entertainment) Breaking Dawn but also a fifth entry in the series!