The 'Twilight' films may have reached their (seemingly) definitive conclusion back in 2012 with 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2,' but the series lives on as a massive piece of modern popular culture. We can't talk about vampires and werewolves ever again without someone making an Edward or Jacob joke. Supernatural romance is bigger than it has ever been before. And then there's the fact t
CBS may not yet have given us any real look 'Under the Dome' as production gears up, but its casting sure has turned heads. Last week casting 'Breaking Bad' star Dean Norris as the Stephen King-adapted piece's villain, 'Under the Dome' has next cast ousted 'Twilight' actress Rachelle Lefevre in the leading female role. Will the hotly anticipated summer series break out of its shell or find itself
'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2' was released on Friday, and had a phenomenally big weekend, raking in over 140 million dollars. But not everybody loved it, including most people on the internet, it seems. And they had a few things they wanted to say about it. Here are the best 'Breaking Dawn Part 2' memes around to express those things.
Sure, there's tons of weird merchandise out there for fans of various geek franchises to buy. However, 'Twilight' fans take the cake with the following items that beg the question: why were these things even created in the first place?
With 'Breaking Dawn -- Part 2' coming out this weekend, should you shell out $15 for a ticket, or just stay home and have a massive TiVo 'Vampire Diaries' party in your sweatpants? We support the latter decision. And not just because we love sweatpants...
The opening credits of 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2' alternate between red and white images; seeping blood, spreading ice crystals. The symbolism couldn't be clearer: bundle up, Twihards, it's going to be a long cold lonely winter. Here comes the sun, dawn is breaking, and with it the end of your beloved franchise. After this, no more sexy vampires and hunky werewolves. It's all over
Most of the considerable hype surrounding the ‘Twilight’ series has centered on the many, many books and movie tickets it’s sold, but the franchise has also been a musical phenomenon, generating more than 4.5 million units in sales over three soundtrack albums.
With the next installment in the series scheduled to reach theaters on November 18, dedicated Twi-hards — not to mention music retailers —