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.
It's almost summer and you know what that means. It's the perfect time to take a week off work, kick back on the beach with a good book and just relax. If you haven't yet figured out your summer reading list, we're here to help! We've got copies of Stephenie Meyer's 'Twilight' follow-up 'The Host' to give away to lucky readers with an added bonus: two of the copies are signed by Meyer!
We're just a few months shy from the release of Summit Entertainment's last chapter in the 'Twilight' franchise. Now now, don't be sad fans, for today they've been gracious enough to show off some brand new photos from 'Breaking Dawn, Part 2' that include Bella who, from the look of her eyes, is ready to feast on whatever animal she can get her hands on.
For years, the MTV Movie Awards did everything in its power to distance itself from the stuffy, serious Academy Awards. They gave out prizes for Best Fight and Best Kiss. They nominated films like ‘Twilight’ and ‘Harry Potter’ (which the Academy rarely bothered to do) and they won all the awards. But now, it sounds like MTV is reversing gears and trying to clean up its act … at least a little bit.
Hey, Twihards, want a piece of movie memorabilia that will surely make everyone in your fanfic community bow down in "we're not worthy" reverence? Then head over to eBay and bid on the pillow Edward shredded during his honeymoon sexytime with Bella in 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1.'
Baby names are often influenced by pop culture, and this year is no exception, with prognosticators saying several movies, television shows and music stars will impact what winds up on birth certificates in 2012.
There's a lot of hardcore fans out there who are completely obsessed with the latest music, books and movies. One of the film series that people drool over like crazy is the 'Twilight' series. It's always entertaining and equally scary to see how fans react to this series, like watching a train wreck in slow motion.
The event we're talking about isn't a train wreck at all but a wedding, completely inspired by the one that takes place during 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part I' when Bella and Edward finally tie the knot in one of the more impressive wedding set ups that we've seen on screen in the past few years. Can you really blame fans for wanting to model their own alter designs off of the movie? It's absolutely gorgeous.
Newlywed UK couple Abigail and Andy did just that, completely recreating the famous wedding scene down to their own outfits. Now here's the part where it gets a bit creepy.
Summit Entertainment understands how to tease ‘Twilight’ fans.
First, there was a 13-second clip for the upcoming ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2.’ Then, as promised, the studio dropped a longer tease … which basically used footage from the initial 13-second video. And when I say longer, I really mean that the new teaser runs a scant 49 seconds, and hardly shows us much. Judge for yourself:
We love just about everything J.J. Abrams does, from his 'Star Trek' movies to the myriad of high-concept TV series that, well...always seem to wind up in danger of being cancelled. We're still with you, 'Fringe'.
In any case, the latest thriller from acclaimed director and producer J.J. Abrams as well as 'Supernatural' creator Eric Kripke 'Revolution' continues swelling with notable castings, first with 'Breaking Bad' Guy Giancarlo Esposito, and now as TVLine reports Billy Burke, best known to movie-going audiences as Bella Swan's father Charlie of the 'Twilight' films.
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