This is spectacular: A woman accused of bootlegging the last Twilight movie - and who admits she was recording the opening of the movie on her phone - is suing the movie theater who accused her for malicious prosecution, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligence and defamation.
It has started: The Twilight Saga: Eclipse doesn't just have the widest opening of any movie in US domestic history, it's already set new records for the most successful midnight opening of any movie in US box office history.
Here's the best argument against crowdsourcing - or maybe just Facebook - I've seen in a while: The number of fans on The Twilight Saga's official Facebook page.
This week sees the release of the third Twilight movie, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, and while stocking up on enough snark to make every single sentence I write about the movie drip with enough disdain, I started to wonder: What if Twilight doesn't actually suck?
Summit Entertainment has finally officially confirmed the worst kept secret in movies: Namely, that the final book in the Twilight series, Breaking Dawn, will be adapted into two movies instead of just one.
Are two vampires going to be missing from the final Twilight movies? Unless Summit Entertainment agrees to their demands for more money, the answer seems to be yes.
Brad Meltzer returns to CBR for the final installment "Twilight," explaining how his story boils down the entire Buffy mythos into an argument, what fans can expect after the last page reveal and his future comics plans.
The movie version of Breaking Dawn, the final book in the Twilight series, will be released next year - so why do we expect another movie the year after that?
The director for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn has been named, and it's Bill Condon, best known for his work on big screen musicals. Well, the Twilight vampires do sparkle, after all...
Summit Pictures wants reshoots to complete the third Twilight movie, but it doesn't seem to want them from the movie's original director. What's going on?
Twilight studio Summit Pictures has signed on to adapt the Homelanders series of young adult novels, hoping to do for teen boys what they've already done for the fairer sex.
Writer Brad Meltzer returns to CBR to talk about how the pivotal "F#@%ing" issue of Joss Whedon's ongoing serial from making the sex matter in multiple ways to tying together Buffy's big mythological threads and the fate of Spike.
After rumors that big name directors like Gus Van Sant and Sofia Coppola were up for directing the final two Twilight movies, the job has apparently gone to... the guy that directed Showgirls?