Of all the actors to have ever played a vegetarian vampire, a corrupt journalist, a circus veterinarian, and a Hufflepuff House Triwizard Champion, birthday boy Robert Pattinson has to be our absolute favorite. In honor of his big day, we decided to indulge in an RPattz-Stare Supercut made by Film.com. That fella sure does know how to serve up a stare, whether it be sultry and seductive, full of disgust or the physical manifestation of a bitter inner conflict. Hopefully he's able to lighten things up today and simply enjoy a birthday celebration. Check out the supercut >> Posted 05.13.13 by reelz
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 is about to be released on Blu-ray and DVD — what a great excuse to have a big, Twilight-themed party. A movie night is no fun without some delicious food to enjoy, so we've put together two Breaking Dawn–themed menus that are hopefully a little more interesting than what Bella cooks for Charlie on an average weeknight.
Whether you're doing a movie night with your friends or a romantic vampire-themed dinner with an Edward of your very own, we got the recipes and party details for you.
Which party will you host? >> Posted 02.28.13 by Mandy
Just because the Twilight franchise is done, doesn't mean we are done with the Twilight franchise.
Since the first Twilight movie was released in 2008, the Twilight phenomenon has swept the globe, with the franchise's final installment, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2, earning $784 million in worldwide box office. Many Twilight fans have openly admitted that the movies and books have become a full-blown obsession, even an addiction, at times coming at a cost of other relationships in their lives.
So why has Twilight struck such a chord with so many? New York psychologist Dr. Niloo Dardashti believes she has the answer, but will only reveal it in her documentary Into the Twilight Haze, as detailed in the doc's press release. After all, psychologists don't offer all their advice for free. watch the trailer and a clip from the documentary >> Posted 12.26.12 by Ryan
Even the most brilliant actors will occasionally make bad movies. Scripts change, budgets shrink, directors quit or get canned. For the most part, audiences realize that movies are a collaborative medium and that a bad movie isn't necessarily the fault of the lead actor. Audiences are far less understanding when a bad movie has an ensemble cast, however: How could so many talented people be so wrong? We recently asked you to rate the Top 10 Great Ensembles in Good Movies; now, we want you to be brutally honest and help us rate the Top 10 Great Ensembles in Bad Movies.
Rate the Top 10 Great Ensembles in Bad Movies >> Posted 10.02.12 by BrentJS
Hell hath no fury like a Twi-hard scorned.
For the past four years, a certain sparkling-vampire movie franchise has dominated the MTV Movie Awards. The Twilight franchise has won 15 Golden Popcorn awards since 2009, including back-to-back-to-back Movie of the Year wins — causing some to dub MTV's show the Twilight Awards. But it now seems the franchise's reign is over, and Twi-hards are not happy about it.
Instead of dominating the nominations yesterday, surprisingly Breaking Dawn: Part 1 was nearly shut out. The movie only received two nominations, Movie of the Year and Best Kiss. On the MTV awards nomination page, fans are livid about the Twilight snub. One fan writes Read Twi-hards' outrage >> Posted 05.01.12 by Chris
he / she has "never been so upset in my life."
In The Hunger Games, teenage Tributes battle each for sport but this weekend the highly anticipate movie is seeking to do battle with some of Hollywood's biggest franchises for box office records.
Going into this weekend, we already knew The Hunger Games was going to be big but the question was how big. Well, if midnight numbers are any indication — very big.
The movie, based on the young adult novels by Suzanne Collins, grossed $19.4M at midnight screenings. Now, that's not Twilight numbers but it's a very impressive figure. Hunger Games broke the non-sequel midnight record and is 7th on the list of the top 10 midnight openings (behind three Harry Potter movies and three Twilight installments). Guess who's number eight on the list? The Dark Knight, which only grossed $18.5M at midnight screenings but went on to gross $158M in its first weekend in 2008, then a record.
Hunger Games earns special recognition because in fact it's not a sequel (the other nine in the top 10 midnight grosses are sequels) and the fact that it opened in March, a month not necessary considered a busy time at the box office — especially compared to summer or the holiday season. How big can Hunger Games open? >> Posted 03.23.12 by Chris
On-screen couple Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart of the ever-popular vampire saga Twilight have been notoriously quiet about their off-screen relationship. The two keep a very low profile — so low, in fact, that no one's really clear about when their relationship began. (It's been rumored the pair has been together since the filming of the first movie.)
They usually avoid any PDA, so Bella and Edward fans should enjoy this admittedly blurry peek at some off-screen intimacy. In a candid, non-paparazzi photo from last week, you can see the normally timid Stewart with her arms wrapped around Pattinson's neck. more details and the full photo >> Posted 02.24.12 by reelz
The town of Forks, Washington is planning a big birthday party for Twilight's Bella Swan, and one resident is hoping some of the party decorations become a permanent feature in the town.
The Forks Forum reported last week that community member Rosemary Colendrea, who is helping to plan Bella's birthday event, is hoping to launch a museum dedicated to Stephenie Meyer's series. So far, the town owns an arch used in 2008's Twilight, and is hoping to buy a private collection of Twilight props later this year. The items will be on display for the three-day Stephenie Meyer's Day event, which will also feature a nighttime reenactment of Bella and Edward's wedding. No word if Alice Cullen will be available to decorate for the event. While these items will be lovely to showcase at a short festival, a rather more extensive collection of items will probably be necessary if a museum is to be built.
Colendrea is also hopeful that a Twilight television series could be filmed in the town. While a TV spin-off of the series is a fantastic idea, our favorite concept for a Twilight television series would have to be set in Seattle, since it would take place at the office of J. Jenks. Posted 02.22.12 by Mandy
Twi-hards, grab some Kleenex.
The vampires in Twilight might live forever but Robert Pattinson's tenure as Edward Cullen is all but over.
While plugging his upcoming movie Bel Ami, Pattinson hinted that after The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 later this year, he's done with the role that made him a star. Pattinson was asked if he would be interested in returning to the world of Twilight if author Stephanie Meyer decided to pen another installment.
I'd be curious what Stephenie would write, but I just think I'd probably be too old. I'm already too old. But yeah, it'd be kind of interesting.
At 25, Pattinson is probably already pushing the limit of playing the forever 17 Cullen. But what is this news about a possible continuation of Twilight? Another Twilight? >> Posted 02.17.12 by Chris
The worlds of Twilight and The Hunger Games are about to collide.
The LA Times reports that the trailer for the fifth and final Twilight movie, Breaking Dawn – Part 2, will debut before The Hunger Games when it hits theaters March 23.
The move makes sense now that Lionsgate owns Summit, the studio behind Twilight. As the Times article points out, while anticipation is high for The Hunger Games, it doesn't have the proven built-in fanbase that Twilight has. Will the Twi-hards who made Twilight a multi-billion dollar franchise show up to watch Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) try to survive the Hunger Games? Lionsgate is definitely banking on it. watch the new trailer for The Hunger Games Posted 02.10.12 by Chris