Just as the last MTV Movie Awards featured a brand new 'Dark Knight Rises' trailer, the network had to pull something just as big for the VMAs on Thursday night; and there wasn't anything the MTV demographic wanted to see more than the first look at the final 'Twilight: Breaking Dawn - Part 2' trailer... except just maybe the 'Gym, Tan, Look Back' episode of 'Jersey Shore.'
If you've never seen the 'Twilight' movies, they don't include the lines "That cake's my most bestest creation" or "Gross, how could you be that stupid!" But those are the lines in 'Twilight' in this new "Bad Lip Reading" video that replaces the actual dialogue with some hilarious new words.
It's time for another edition of "Movie Characters or SuicideGirls," the ScreenCrush original game that provides you with a name and you have to figure out whether it belongs to the character from the given movie or a SuicideGirl, a group of models that celebrate alternative beauty. Sound simple? Well, when you have Plum, Tangerine, Tourniquette and Tovi (and these are just the names of some of the SuicideGirls), it becomes a little more difficult.
So much has been written as of late about Kristen Stewart and her possible involvement with a ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’ sequel that we’ve practically forgotten she still has one more chapter in ‘The Twilight Saga’ before she closes the book on that franchise for good.
In an effort to get ‘Breaking Dawn: Part 2’ back on everyone’s radar, Summit Entertainment has released pristine copies of the film’s promotional images (no pesky watermarks!), so Twi-hards can investigate every inch of the frame for clues. And it's not awkward at all, err, ummm...
Despite the influx of gossip surrounding the two lead actors in this film, plenty of 'Twilight' fans are looking forward to seeing their favorite vampire couple live the happily-ever-after part of their tale in 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2.' Believe us, these pictures make their family look so perfect it's like peeking into a Christmas card.
It used to be that a film would have a poster, maybe two. Then studios started introducing character-based posters, and now a movie can have at least forty poster images. 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2' has gone poster crazy, and we've got a ton of character-based posters, in fact, there's twenty four. Check them out.