We're just a few weeks away from the release of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2, and a ton of new footage has made it out into the wild showing all sorts of vampiric intrigue among the Cullens.
The final installment of The Twilight Saga is upon us. The franchise, which debuted in 2008, will come to a close with this fall's Breaking Dawn—Part 2. To kick-off the insane marketing campaign, Summit Entertainment has released two photos featuring Edward, Bella and the forever scorned, Jacob Black.
With the exciting news that we were going to get a big-screen Doctor Who came the realization that director David Yates was going to recast the role of the Doctor. But who could play that galaxy-hopping madman with a blue box?
The final part of the Twilight Saga is out in the theaters. So ... are you ready for this whole Twilight thing to be over and done with already? It might surprise you to hear that you're in very good company, because even Robert Pattinson himself is happy for it to be over—and we've got the video evidence to prove it!
The Twilight franchise has seen its final film released. For Robert Pattinson, the question of what comes next is hard to ignore. When asked if he'd want to be in the new Star Wars films, he wisely said yes. What he said next, however, was a little less wise.
Robert Pattinson's last outing as sparkly vamp Edward Cullen hasn't hit theaters yet, but he's already trying to get the Twilight out of his system with more intense projects like David Cronenberg's Cosmopolis. And by the looks of this awesome new trailer, it seems to be working.
Even with the final Twilight film still on its way, Robert Pattinson is already hard at work to shed his sparkly image. He's landed a dark, violent role in David Cronenberg's upcoming film Cosmopolis, and now he's upping the ante with a photo shoot tribute to some of Cronenberg's sci-fi classics.
Looking back at her involvement in the now-gargantuan Twilight franchise, director Catherine Hardwicke recalls knowing that there was something special in the teen-angst-athon romance between pale Bella Swan and sparkly Edward Cullen—if only she could make the crap screenplay less crappy.
Twilight isn't real—but fans believe Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson's Breaking Dawn wedding is. This week, rumors spread that the actors were married in plain sight on the set of the film, thanks to an actor/ordained priest.
The Twilight veteran is planning for a post-sparkle career and in doing so he's got a list of dos and don'ts: The don'ts include not making back-to-back flops, while the dos seems to consist of crapping all over a beloved genre actor. Well done, R-Pattz.
There aren't a lot of movie stars who can boast the kind of brawn that Thor star Chris Hemsworth is packing. He's a big dude, definitely the kind of guy you'd think twice about messing with. But rumor has it that's just what Twilight sparkler Robert Pattinson did.
As the entertainment industry takes one final look back at 2010—and stars' accountants start to prepare for Income Tax Day—we've got a survey of who made how much last year. And an iron man, a tawny werewolf and the king of the world made out pretty well.
The Americanized, Hollywoodized adaptation of Katsuhiro Otomo's groundbreaking manga series is finally taxiing for take off. Director Albert Hughes has a script—rewritten by Harry Potter's Steve Kloves—-that the Powers That Be like and is ready to shoot this summer. But who'll play the two starring roles?