UK fans of The Twilight Saga have to wait a bit longer than their Stateside counterparts for the debut of David Slade's Eclipse (July 9th versus America's June 30th premiere), but to help them bide their time, we have a look at three new UK-specific ad banners for the film along with details on a pretty cool contest tie-in.
Summit Entertainment has released a new TV spot, clip, and featurette for David Slade's upcoming adaptation of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, and we have every sparkling second of them for you.
This Sunday we'll be meeting several of the new characters added to "True Blood" Season 3, but first how about a couple of clips from the episode entitled "Beautifully Broken" featuring some of our old favorites?
Each TV spot for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse has its own title, and today comes one that we're sure many of the fans will be using to describe the film itself -- "Epic"!
We're just two weeks out from the June 30th theatrical debut of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse so it's no surprise another TV spot - this one entitled "Protect You" - has hit the Net.
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse - Video Interviews: Taylor Lautner, Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and More
Want a bit more from The Twilight Saga: Eclipse junket that happened a couple of days ago? How about a battery of interviews featuring Taylor Lautner, Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Alex Meraz, Chaske Spencer, Julia Jones, Dakota Fanning, Bryce Dallas Howard, Xavier Samuel, Kellan Lutz, Ashley Greene, Jackson Rathbone, Peter Facinelli, Elizabeth Reaser, and Nikki Reed? Yeah, we figured that would do it for ya.
In what's surely no surprise to anyone who is a fan of the series, the Season 3 premiere of Alan Ball's "True Blood" towered over its cable competition last Sunday night with 5.1 million viewers, a 38 percent increase over the show's Season 2 debut.
Did everyone watch last night's return of "True Blood" on HBO? They definitely hit the ground running, and fans of the men on the show certainly got their fill of eye candy. But what else transpired? Check out two new videos, "Inside the Episode" and "Postmortem - Full Moon Rising", to find out!
A whopping nine new clips and some behind-the-scenes footage plus interviews have appeared online for Summit Entertainment's The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. That's a lot of info for one day; you'd think people are excited about this flick or something!
To help counteract some of pain a few of our readers continually experience whenever we run a story on The Twilight Saga, we have a gift for you today: Evil Iguana Productions' latest — and most hilarious — spoof on the Saga. This time it's Eclipse taking the hit.
A couple of new videos have hit the Net relating to The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, including another TV spot, but the most intriguing is definitely a recent chat with director David Slade.
Just three weeks stand between Twilight Saga fans and the debut of the franchise's third installment, Eclipse, and in honor of the occasion a new clip has surfaced introduced by none other than Edward Cullen himself!
Has it seemed that there just isn't quite the same frenzy going on for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse as there was for its predecessors? Well, now that we're only a couple of weeks away from Eclipse's debut, it's probably safe to assume that Summit will be amping up the excitement by releasing more and more goods for the fans. Case in point: the dozens of new photos that have popped up on the film's Facebook page.
The werewolf subgenre has always been somewhat of a bastard stepchild in the world of horror, but what exactly is it about the cursed creatures that prevents so much fiction and filmmaking on the subject from being all that great? And, more importantly, will the upcoming Growl be one of the good ones?
The MTV Movie Awards are happening this Sunday, June 6th, and as fans of the Twilight Saga are well aware, Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner will all be on hand to present a never-before-scene clip from Eclipse. To help build the suspense even more, MTV has released a 10-second preview of the clip that you can see right here.