Twilight: Breaking Dawn — Part 2, the final installment in the Twilight saga, features Kristen Stewart, who plays the series’ star, Bella, as a vampire, which means she has super-strength, lightning speed, and a whole lot of sex with her new hubby, Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson).
Kristen Stewart, 22, attended the last-ever premiere for the Twilight Saga on Monday night at Los Angeles' Nokia Theater, joining her fellow castmates Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Kellan Lutz, Nicki Reed, Michael Sheen, Billy Burke and Ashley Greene, as well as Twilight author Stephenie Meyer and other A-list fans, for the red-carpet debut of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2, which will hit theaters everywhere this Friday, November 16.
Twilight fans have been on quite the emotional roller coaster lately, what with the near-miss breakup between Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, the interminable gaps between movies that have to be endured with the help of primetime substitutes like the CW's The Vampire Diaries, starring K-Stew and R-Patt imitations Nina Dobrev and Ian Sommerhalder, and now the countdown to the absolute and complete end of it all with the movie version of the final book Twlight: Breaking Dawn — Part 2! Right? Hold up there, vampire fans.
While more visually and thematically ambitious than its artsy, cult-classic predecessor TRON, this long-awaited sequel TRON: Legacy still delivers the main ingredients that left fans thirsting for more back in 1982: stunning cinematography, amazing effects, and Jeff Bridges in two incarnations: the fully matured, dynamic, Oscar-winning actor who has finally come into his own after a roller-coaster career, plus a CGI-ed younger, evil version, whose special effects don’t quite live up to the high graphic standards the new TRON promised to set.
A seemingly unstoppable money magnet, Tim Burton's deliriously trippy re-imagining of Lewis Carroll's anthropomorphized netherworld marked a return home for the king of cinematic kook, having began his career as a Mouse House animator, and a smash hit success for a director who despite some serious name recognition has never been that commercially viable.
The November 18 premiere of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1, which has been inching closer and closer to theaters ever since the Comic-Con festival in July, is now just days away. To keep fans salivating, Summit Entertainment has released a new wave of television promos that mix previously seen and brand new footage of Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner and more.
More proof that life imitates art — Rachel McAdams is going public about dating her co-star in Woody Allen's Midnight in Paris Michael Sheen. In the film, McAdams' character cheats on her screenwriter boyfriend (Owen Wilson) with a pompous professor played by Sheen.
Just because she's an actress doesn't mean she wants to date actors. Rachel McAdams is ready to look for love in unconventional places. "I think some people can have no concept of what you do and still be very understanding, and others can get it completely and still not be right for you in the end,” she said in November's InStyle.
Director Tim Burton maintains a body of work that seemingly sprouts directly from his own highly unique imagination, blending dreams and nightmares into substance in in a vortex of sheer creativity. Alice in Wonderland is Burton's most recent endeavor as he creates an other worldly experience where animals and humans are almost interchangeable.