Tag Archives: The Twilight Saga: New Moon
Stephenie Meyer has journeyed away from the "Twilight" zone to create her first desert-based sci-fi tale with "The Host," the Andrew Niccol-directed adaptation for which hits theaters this weekend. However with all the current talk about the story's "love box," we realized there's definitely a running theme here within each of her stories: basic geometry. Get More »
Even those among the "Twilight" faithful must admit there are some moments in the film series that were made of pure cheese.
Consider director Chris Weitz's bonus glimpse in "The Twilight Saga: New Moon." In a mind vision shared by Alice (Ashley Greene), Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson) frolic merrily through the woods as vampires ... in super slo-mo. Even Weitz himself regrettably admitted to the L.A. Times, "I've never been at a screening of the film in which people didn't laugh at it." Get More »
For residents of Twi-hard Nation, there's hardly a better conceivable way to ring in the coming of the final installment to the "The Twilight Saga" — "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" — than to revisit the journey of Edward (Robert Pattinson), Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Jacob (Taylor Lautner) from the very beginning.
For those who'd like to see all 10 or so hours of the vampy drama in Forks unfold at once in theaters and even earlier than the Nov. 16 release date, luck would have it that "Twilight" film studio Summit Entertainment has announced just the ticket! Get More »
Fans may have gotten all in a tizzy over Kristen Stewart's recent real-life indiscretions, but Robert Pattinson hasn't exactly been the most faithful soul either, at least cinematically.
R.Pattz has more than a few notches on his belt on the big screen, including "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1" and his new head trip "Cosmopolis," and we're going to count every single salacious piece of tail this sparkly vampire has sunk his teeth, among other things, into. Get More »
It seems like everyone's heading into post-apocalyptic story territory these days.
The latest to join in on the thrill of worldly desiccation is "The Golden Compass" and "The Twilight Saga: New Moon" director Chris Weitz, who'll be releasing a trilogy of young adult novels with "Twilight" publisher Little Brown Books for Young Readers.
Weitz will kick off his literary career in the spring of 2014 with the first installment "The Young World," a tale of kids in New York City who survive a massive catastrophe which rids the world of anyone outside the teenage age range -- a plot which at the outset sounds an awful lot like an an inside-out version of "The Hunger Games." Get More »