The 'Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2' trailer is finally here (and this is no measly :10 trailer for a trailer).
'Twilight' fans have been biting their nails in anticipation ever since news broke that the official 'Breaking Dawn, Part 2' trailer was to premiere on June 20th. By the way, that's today, which means the wait is over and all of you a little too eager for a more dramatic look at the last movie can finally have your fill.
It was just yesterday when we got a slight sneak peek at 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' Bella and Edward Cullen's new rapidly growing bundle of joy, Renesmee. The wait is finally over, 'Twilight' fans. Now you're able to get a real look at the half-human/half-vampire young girl in a series of new images released today.
Universal was on shaky ground when 'Snow White and the Huntsman' hit theaters last Friday. Tracking suggested they could have back-to-back flops with it and 'Battleship.' But with a $55 Million weekend, and the likelihood that they will cross $100 Million domestic by Sunday means that they're stepping up their sequel plans.
The MTV Movie Awards honors the act of intimacy with the Best Kiss award that goes to 'Twilight' stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson. If you have a romantic movie, you better make sure that the two lead actors have some form of chemistry that works on screen. On top of that, you better hope that they two of them can give a convincing smooch on the big screen. Looks like 'Breaking Dawn' fit that bill and won Best Kiss at the 2012 MTV Movie Awards
The scenery is gorgeous. Charlize Theron looks great in close-up and her costumes are spectacular. The special effect of turning all those British character actors into dwarfs is impressive. Um. . .did I mention the scenery is gorgeous?
Yeah, I think I've said all the nice things I can think of concerning 'Snow White and the Huntsman,' a would-be epic that is merely lifeless at best and flat-out insipid at worst.
Kristen Stewart has never been an actress known for her smoldering passion. Bella Swan, the character to which she'll forever be linked, is a picture of repressed sexuality in the 'Twilight' films. But like her 'Twilight' co-star (and current boyfriend) Robert Pattinson, Stewart is doing everything she can to break herself out of the mold cast by that popular franchise. Enter 'On the Road.'
The Francis Ford Coppola-produced adaptation of Jack Kerouac's classic just debuted at the Cannes Film Festival and while reviews on the movie are mixed, critics agree on one thing: this isn't your little sister's Kristen Stewart.