With the June 30th theatrical debut of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse just a few short weeks away, a third TV spot - this one entitled "Missing" - has hit the Net.
Composer Howard Shore is best known for the scores for The Lord of the Rings film trilogy, for which he won three Academy Awards, but come June 29th he'll no doubt be always and forever linked with The Twilight Saga as that's the day Eclipse - The Score will hit store shelves everywhere.
Hot on the heels of TV Spot #1: "Destiny", Summit Entertainment has released Spot #2: "Event" featuring Bryce Dallas Howard, and of course we have it here.
If watching The Twilight Saga films themselves just doesn’t stir your loins to that desirable level, then get yourself warmed up as you’ll soon be able to dip into all the juicy behind-the-scenes details on DVD with the release of Twilight: An Obsession, The Unauthorised Story coming up on July 5th in the UK via 4Digital Media.
Wasn't there a "South Park" episode not that long ago about Goth kids getting pissed off that their style was getting ripped off by a bunch of poseurs inspired by Twilight to dress and act like soulful vampires? Real-life Goth kids might want to seriously consider following their animated counterparts in burning down Hot Topic because I Was a Teenage Werewolf has officially become a lifestyle fad, and we have the news video to prove it.
When it comes to promotional materials for the upcoming The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, it appears that Summit Entertainment has decided that bigger is definitely better as they just released three more character banners hyping the film's release in theatres and IMAX on June 30th.
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.
And the promo train for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse keeps right on rolling along as Summit Entertainment releases three new character banners for the film.
Everyone can breathe a sigh of relief. Ashley Greene, Kellan Lutz, Jackson Rathbone, and Nikki Reed have all signed on the dotted line with Summit Entertainment to return for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn. What we still don't know, however, is whether the damned thing will be in one installment or two and if it'll be in 3D as rumored.
The first TV spot for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, entitled "Destiny", is available, but for now it's exclusive to the "Twilight Tracker" iPhone App.
It's been a long time coming, but we are now just a few short hours away from the time when tickets will available for pre-order for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, and in honor of that auspicious occasion (as well as Robert Pattinson's birthday today), the first clip from the film has hit the Internet featuring Dakota Fanning and the Volturi.
We already knew Muse was going to pull a hat-trick and appear on its third Twilight Saga soundtrack, but the other bands on the Eclipse CD didn't become known until today. Now we have the full list of bands and song titles.
The nominees for the 2010 MTV Movie Awards have been announced, and shock of the century! The Twilight Saga: New Moon did not garner the most nominations. That honor went to The Hangover, but New Moon does boast a respectable five nominations. In addition, MTV has created a new category that should appeal to horror fans: Best Scared-as-Shit Performance.
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.
Once Summit signed Bill Condon to direct The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, everyone has been waiting with bated breath to find out if the final chapter in the Saga would be one film or two. As it turns out, salary negotiations for the possible fifth film have been the hold-up, and not for the actors you might think.