Breaking Dawn Gets Its Own Issue of People, Fans Can Be a Part of Twilight Time Capsule
10.14.11 by Mandy
Get ready to rush to your closest newsstand, twi-hards, there's a whole issue of People magazine devoted to Breaking Dawn Part 1. The special collectors' edition features a bunch of behind-the-scenes photos and stills from the upcoming movie, pics of the stars off set, updates about what the Twilight Saga cast is up to now, a photo portfolio of those handsome vampire and werewolf guys, and a get-the-look style guide.
If that's not enough twi-citement for fans for one Friday afternoon, there's even more new Breaking Dawn and Twilight goodness that's just been released online.
Summit Entertainment has just launched what they're calling a Twilight Time Capsule online. It's an interactive site that has official photos, and videos, and news items from the Twilight movies sorted by date. That would be quite cool by itself, but the time capsule is also letting fans in on the action. Users can post their own videos, comments, memories to share with the whole Twilight community. Nikki Reed, Rosalie Hale herself, hosts a video demo of the site on Youtube to illustrate all that the time capsule does.
But is that all for today? Nope! The official Twilight Facebook page just added a tab for the Breaking Dawn soundtrack. The page features previews of five songs from the soundtrack, including Christina Perri, The Joy Formidable, and the Belle Brigade. It also has a preview for Bruno Mars' "It Will Rain," but considering how much radio play it gets, and how many times it's been downloaded, a preview seems a little unnecessary at this point.
It looks like Twilight fans will have plenty to keep them busy this weekend.