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"It did feel realistically ceremonial," Kristen Stewart revealed about the most famous human-vampire wedding ever.
Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Jacob Lautner had a little chat with MTV's Josh Horowitz after their hand and foot ceremony at Grauman's yesterday, and revealed some exclusive tidbits about tje 'Breaking Dawn' nuptials, Stewart's wedding dress nerves and Lautner's take on being the youngest of the "Twilight" crew. Get More »
What's more exciting than a montage of clips from "Breaking Dawn?" A montage of clips from "Breaking Dawn" with a beautiful love song playing in the background. MTV has the music video premiere for Christina Perri's "A Thousand Years," which features all of our favorite sneak peeks of Bella and Edward being in love and just being adorable in general.
The song also gives us a clue as to what the soundtrack will be like for the new installment of the "Twilight Saga," and if this video is any indication, it's going to be awesome.
It's about time!
We were starting to pull our (well-coiffed) hair out -- it had simply been way too long since we last got a few new stills of Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson looking lovingly at each other in "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1." And this batch of seven doesn't disappoint.
We've got Carlisle and Esme looking super-proud and emotional at the big wedding, Emmett carrying a giant log, Jacob all broody and ticked off, Edward with a bloody shirt. And, yeah, we've got Bella being carried over the threshold.
But don't make us tell you all about them -- flip through our gallery of all the images from "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1" thus far and see for yourself.
It has been over a month since my last "Twi-Bites" update, and so much has happened since it could turn a vampire lover pale: Comic-Con, "Snow White And The Huntsman" pics with K.Stew, R.Pattz's crazy haircut and the beginning of Taylor Lautner's "AB-duction" PR campaign, to name a few.
(Get it, "AB-duction"?!)
Since most of you are in Twi-abetic shock since your last fix ("Eclipse") was so long ago, I imagine you're glued to Twitter feeds looking for any "Twilight" updates, thus you already know about all of the above. The following stories, on the other hand, are August's most off-the-wall. I break them down into tasty nuggets great for sharing. Get More »
Goodness gracious, great balls of glitter! It's time for another taste of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 1," wherein our heroine Bella gets hitched to the undead love of her life, old Edward Cullen, goes on a romantical honeymoon, and gets knocked up with a psychic vampire fetus.
Never mind. Just take a look at these photos. Savor the glimpses of Bella and Edward's happiness, while it lasts! We're talking walks in the sunshine, romping in a waterfall, primping for the big day, and even getting some wedding night tips from director Bill Condon. There's even some menacing werewolf action from Jacob near the end. So, click away!
If The Doors were a contemporary band, the opening line to the song "People Are Strange" might go something like this: "People are strange, when you're on Twitter."
The great thing about Twitter is no one expects you to divulge a lot of personal information. You can obsess over topics to a degree that may seem insane in everyday life. You can be anyone. I, for example, can be a borderline-creepy, 30-year-old male Twi-hard and others will actually follow me.
That's why so many Twi-hards have embraced the platform for their daily obsession kick. It beats annoying your coworkers with topics like, "How many times a day do you think Kellan Lutz works out?" and "Do you think K.Stew and R.Pattz feed their dog organic food?" Get More »
Lee Pace is all over the place these days.
Although some of us have been fans since spotting him in Tarsem Singh's sobfest "The Fall" or TV's "Pushing Daisies," Pace is taking it to the next level (and leaving "Marmaduke" in the dust) with bigger and better roles all the time. As we know, he's vamping it up in "Breaking Dawn" as Garrett and traveling to Middle Earth to rule over the Elves as Thranduil.
But that's not all! He's just signed on for a role in Steven Spielberg's star-studded "Lincoln," where he'll play pro-Confederate NYC Mayor Fernando Wood. Get More »
For anyone like me -- unlucky enough to be stuck at home instead of going to San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend -- you have no doubt heard whispers about some of the fast and furious "Twilight" insanity that went down there.
Well, I've been glued to my computer, pressing refresh on my browser precisely ever 45 seconds (any sooner would just be weird and obessessive), looking for the latest updates.
While it cannot compare to actually being there, here, from my vantage point, are the top seven "Twilight-related" things that you and I missed at Comic-Con. Let's not let it happen again (hear me, NextMovie editors?). Get More »
ATTENTION: Those within proximity of "Twilight" fans within the last 12 hours have no need to be concerned, your friends or loved ones have not been kidnapped/raptured but merely spontaneously combusted after witnessing the new trailer for "Breaking Dawn."
The teaser debuted amidst the pomp and circumstance of the MTV Movie Awards, and fans have been overcome with anticipation, exhilaration, and several emotions the American Psychiatric Association has yet to classify. Well now we have a new disorder for the DSM which we're calling "Twiractionism," i.e. the need to videotape one's reaction to "Twilight" and post it to YouTube before all one's molecules explode. Get More »
It's all good. November's going to be here, like, any day now, right? Right?
It can't come soon enough, 'cause November brings us the new "Twilight" movie. It's been almost a year since "Eclipse," and that's just way too ridiculously long to wait for a "Twilight" movie. So November can just get on its horse and Pony Express it right on over here as soon as, you know, the space-time continuum allows. Get More »