American actress Kristen Stewart (L) and British actor Robert Pattinson pose for photographs during the 'Twilight' press conference at Ebisu Garden Place on February 27, 2009 in Tokyo, Japan. The film will open in Japan on April 4. (Photo by Kiyoshi Ota/Getty Images) *source here
In 2008 Twilight became an international box office hit, making over $356 million dollars worldwide. Based on the first book in the series written by author Stephenie Meyer, Twilight gave fans and Summit Entertainment their money’s worth with an almost $70 million opening weekend, which nearly doubled the $37 million production budget. Numbers aside, Twilight generated mainstream interest in the remainder of the upcoming adaptations - New Moon and Eclipse - with a newly heightened anticipation… Continue
Even though this is Oscar week, we still made time to host a meet and greet in our office with one of the hottest stars of the year, Twilight’s Taylor Lautner. Now that it's been confirmed that he'll reprise the role of Jacob Black in the film’s sequel, New Moon, Lautner is one busy guy. He told us he's been hitting the gym to beef up for the role before he heads up to Canada to start shooting the second movie in the Twilight saga. Apparently, the entire movie will be shot within a two-month… Continue
Chris Weitz will not direct the third film in the Twilight series, Eclipse, a source close to the production tells EW.com exclusively. Because New Moon, which Weitz is helming, and Eclipse are due to be released so close together (on Nov. 20, 2009, and June 30, 2010, respectively), Weitz will be in post-production on New Moon at the same time that Eclipse will be shooting. That said, the source confirms a… Continue
Monday, Feb 16, 2009
By Gregory Ellwood
After being the first outlet to report that M.I.A. had delivered her baby and would not be performing at this year's 81st Academy Awards, HitFix can now exclusively confirm that Robert Pattinson will be presenting an award during this year's telecast.
The "Twilight" star had long been rumored to appear on Hollywood's biggest night, but barring any unforeseen last minute conflicts, he'll be giving the franchise's legion of fans… Continue
Adapting a novel for the big screen can be a thankless project. It's pretty much impossible to cram hundreds of pages of backstory, character development, and events into 120 minutes or less -- or at least to do so in a way that doesn't make the movie play as one jumbled, confusing mess.
Fans know this when they enter the theater. Few expect… Continue
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