Sunday, May 31, 2009
Friday, May 29, 2009
Thursday, May 28, 2009
The stars will present the premiere of the “New Moon” trailer on the Movie
Awards, airing at 9:00 pm ET on Sunday. Then at 10:45 p.m., the
video will debut online. To make sure you don’t miss the big
premiere, you can
snag our Movie Awards countdown clock right here!
‘New Moon’ Trailer To Premiere On MTV Movie Awards
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Monday, May 25, 2009
1. New Moon
6. Breaking Dawn
28. The Host
4. Breaking Dawn
9. New Moon
12. The Twilight Saga slipcased
Barnes & Noble:
7. The Twilight Saga slipcased
8. Breaking Dawn
Indie Bestsellers:Children’s interest:
2. New Moon
3. Eclipse4. Twilight
5. Breaking Dawn
3. Breaking Dawn11. Twilight
20. New Moon
27. Twilight e-book
32. New Moon e-book
37. Eclipse e-book
45. Breaking Dawn e-book
Angus & Robertson (Australia):
1. New Moon
2. Twilight Saga slipcased
4. Breaking Dawn
4. New Moon
14. Breaking Dawn
18. The Twilight Saga slipcased
22. The Host
2. New Moon
3. Breaking Dawn
New York Times:Hardcover Fiction:
7. The Host
3. Twilight: Directors notebook
9. Amanecer (Breaking Dawn)
10. Crepusculo (Twilight)
11. La Huesped (The Host)
16. Luna Nueva (New Moon)
And from Emily, the Montreal book charts:
1. Révélation (Breaking Dawn)
3. Le Guide Officiel Du Film Twilight (The Official Movie Companion)
Twilight: Director’s Notebook
Thanks Twilight Anonymous!
Sunday, May 24, 2009
The MTV Moview Awards are right around the corner and we need to make Twilight and the cast take every award they’re running for!Please do not forget to vote everyday until May 31st. We’ve followed this movie for such a long time, and now it’s time to give one final support demonstration.
Friday, May 22, 2009
Goodbye, Vancouver. The New Moon cast and crew is heading to the tiny town of Montepulciano, Italy, and RadarOnline.com is giving you a sneak peak of the idyllic locale.
With a population of only 14,000, residents are sure to spot vampires and werewolves in their midst during the film’s four-day shoot which begins next Tuesday since the town barely has any cars. Running into Robert Pattinson on some romantic, cobble-stoned street? Sign us up!
Montepulciano also has a major role in the film as Volterra, the ancient Italian city where the Volturi reside.
Off-screen, the hillside Tuscan town’s claim to fame is its food and wine. This includes the local spin on spaghetti, which is a thicker version of the pasta they call “pici.” Montepulciano, which was founded in the 1500s, is also full of beautiful cathedrals, churches and architecture.
The locals will even have a chance to log some on-screen time as background immortals. The town’s official Web site announced that auditions for extras are being held at the City Fortress every day until this Friday.
Thursday, May 21, 2009
Be on the lookout to buy your copy, as it looks to be a doozy of an article!
“Breaking Dawn” will see the light of day and that’s exciting news for “Twilight” fans who thought it couldn’t be done.
With countless challenges ahead for anyone hired to helm the project, Summit would be well advised to take their buckets of cash and invest in a director who knows makeup, special effects and young love and won’t balk at the thought of a rapidly growing vampire baby. Not to mention inheriting the vampires and werewolves of past directors Catherine Hardwicke, Chris Weitz and David Slade.
Who is worthy of such a challenge? We’ve thought of six so far….
Peter Jackson: The “Lord of the Rings” series — “The Fellowship of the Ring,” “The Two Towers” and “The Return of the King” — and “King Kong”The New Zealander carries emotional story lines and dialogue to full tilt. With the help of the Weta Workshop and his Oscar-winning friend Richard Taylor, the makeup and design effects would be a cinch.
Guillermo del Toro: “Pan’s Labyrinth,” “Hellboy,” “Hellboy II: The Golden Army” and “The Hobbit”With “Hellboy,” he dressed a grown man in latex prosthetics for a movable and realistic look and then commissioned dozens of individual creatures for “Hellboy II.” A dozen or so werewolves and some vampires would be a walk in the park for this director, who’s overseeing “The Hobbit” next.
Len Wiseman: “Underworld,” “Underworld: Evolution” and “Live Free or Die Hard”If Slade (“30 Days of Night”) can direct “Eclipse,” then Wiseman could definitely lend his vampire and werewolf experience to “Breaking Dawn.” He would have to leave the goth garb behind, but bringing along his wife, Kate Beckinsale, for a vamp cameo would be even better.
Andrew Adamson: “Shrek,” “Shrek 2,” “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” and “Prince Caspian.”Mixing fantasy with reality is his forte, which would be a natural progression from what we’ve seen so far. From a live-action Mr. Tumnus (James McAvoy) to the computer-generated Aslan, Adamson’s got enough tricks up his sleeve to make Renesmee look real.
Sam Raimi: “Spider-Man” 1-4, “Drag Me to Hell,” “The Evil Dead” and “Army of Darkness”Raimi is where horror meets sci-fi, and he doesn’t shy away from romance. His humor and camp could do wonders with Jacob’s sometimes snarky attitude in the final book. He’s also the most qualified for Bella’s gut-wrenching birth scene.
Alfonso Cuarón: “Great Expectations,” “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban,” “Paris, je t’aime” and “Children of Men”A fav director among the Harry Potter filmmakers, he was also the one to bring Lupin (a.k.a. the werewolf prof) to the big screen. Cuarón disrobed (in the most innocent sense) the teens and made them more relatable to audiences, which “Twilight” author Stephenie Meyer would surely appreciate.
“The clip was a part where Bella (Kristen Stewart’s character) was talking to Edward (Robert’s character) and he was telling her to leave and trying to convince her that he didn’t want her around. It was a short clip and I don’t know what happened before or after, but Robert said he’s not in this movie as much as the first one. Also, he hadn’t even seen the clip, and watched it biting his nails…sweet!”
On Thursday, July 23, Summit Entertainment will hold a panel for THETWILIGHT SAGA: NEW MOON at Comi-Con International in San Diego, California.Come see our stars and exclusive new footage for THE TWILIGHT SAGA: NEWMOON — there may be even be a surprise or two in store!
Tickets to Comic-con are selling out fast, so we recommend you get yourThursday tickets soon so you can have access to our panel. Unfortunately,the 4-day passes are already sold out, but the Thursday single-day passesare available, albeit in a limited quantity. Tickets can be purchased onthe official Comic-Con website (http://www.comic-con.org/).
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
While fans all over the world celebrated his birthday, Rob celebrated with his fellow New Moon cast mates and, as Pillow Biters discovered, his parents at a restaurant in Vancouver. People, Life & Style Magazine, Gossip Girls, 4TNZ, and Lion & Lamb all have articles and pictures of the party.
Reelz Channel wishes 5 things for Rob for his birhtday.2. Riding LessonsWith the recent announcement that he will be joining Hugh Jackman and Rachael Weisz in the Western Unbound Captives it is likely that he will be spending some time in the saddle. You can never start practicing too soon. And speaking of which, here is Variety's article about Rob's next film.Also, don't have anything special planned yet for Independence day? Then check out Twilight Fan Trips' Vampire Baseball, where you can watch some of the Twilight cast members play vampire baseball in Portland, Oregon! And, of course, 4TNZ has an article about it.On May 16th at 1pm, TwiFans will be hosting a live broadcast of a Goodnight Juliet concert, a band that has written a song based on Eclipse.
Things are starting to heat up in Montepulciano, Italy. Twilighters Italia has some pictures of trucks unloading equipment and props in the main square and signs being put up.
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Hollywood Reporter has spoken with Rob recently where he confirmed that breaking Dawn will indeed be made into a film! It may be put off a little, though, due to Rob's crazy filming schedule. Here's an excerpt from the article:"Robert Pattinson, who shot to stardom in "Twilight" and is now filming the second and third movies in the franchise, confirmed Tuesday in Cannes that there will be a fourth installment of the vampire franchise based on the book "Breaking Dawn."Pattinson told The Hollywood Reporter that he is committed to starring in the final outing to date but doesn't know when backers Summit Entertainment will begin production because of the actor's packed shooting schedule."