Or will The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn keep its stronghold over the long holiday weekend? [...]
Last week, ComingSoon.net brought you exclusive video interviews with the cast of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 (if you missed them, check out interviews with Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner by clicking...Show More Summary
Did we send a single, 25-year-old Twilight newbie to watch all of the movies in a row? Yes, yes we did.
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Have you seen Twilight: Breaking Dawn 2 yet? If not, you might want to click away now. That big marketing push that promised “twists” from the source material was right, and the film conclusion to the Twilight Saga definitely pulled a “Hail Mary” in the end. For those of you who have seen it and [...]Show More Summary
Opening-weekend sales for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 fell short of box-office records, but the last gasp of the abstinence-advocating Robsten vehicle did prove groundbreaking in another respect: 21 percent of the audience was male, a franchise record. Studio executives say it’s because it was pitched as ... More »
So, how about that big twist at the end of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2, huh? We discussed the audacious plot point last week with director Bill Condon, but now it's time to hear from one of the other major players in the twist: Peter Facinelli, who's played ... More »
It is a relief that this ‘saga’ has ended its reign and will most likely fall silently into cinematic oblivion [ more › ]
Well, that wasn't very surprising. After four and a half years, "The Twilight Saga" came to an end this past weekend and made a ton of money. Not quite "Harry Potter" money, but it sold enough tickets to make it the eighth biggest opening weekend of all time. The critics were split right down the [...]
We review 'Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2,' with the help of 'Saw' series writer and director of 'The Collection,' Marcus Dunstan, plus give updates on a number of upcoming video game movie adaptations.
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2, is still the kind of moody, formless slog we've been through before, only slightly energized by a long-delayed bit of action.
"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" was No. 1 at the box office with a three-day total of $141.3 million. That figure beats opening numbers for "Breaking Dawn - Part 1," but falls just short of the film franchise' record. "New Moon" opened in 2009 at $142.8 million.
Five films and over a billion dollars in worldwide grosses later, The Twilight Saga has finally concluded with Breaking Dawn Part 2, leaving Entertainment Weekly bereft of cover ideas and teenage girls, the most lucrative of all demographics,...Show More Summary
I am so happy The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 finally hit theaters this weekend, because now I won’t have to see another promotional campaign with incessant ads for this awful franchise. At least until they decide to … Continue reading ?
So now Bella (Kristen Stewart) is not just vamp, but super-mega-ultra-vamp, the smartest, strongest, most beautiful, most morally pristine vamp there ever was. Meanwhile, her brand-new and rapidly growing daughter, Renesmee (Mackenzie Foy) is blessed with the psychic ability to melt even the coldest heart with the power of L-O-V-E, not that that matters to [...]
With an estimated opening weekend of $141.3m, it’s not hard to foresee a future in which The Twilight Saga makes some sort of cinematic comeback. Breaking Dawn – Part 2 may be the “final” entry in this series, but a money train like this is hard to stop. Show More Summary
FROM MTV NEWS "The Twilight Saga" went out with a bang this past weekend, when "Breaking Dawn - Part 2" debuted with $141.3 million, making the eight biggest opening weekend of all time. That figure just nearly missed the record for the series, which still belongs to "New Moon" with $142.8 million. But not every [...]
It's hard to believe, but the end of the Twilight Saga has finally arrived with the release of Breaking Dawn Part 2. The movie pretty much killed it at the box office, so I'm assuming most of you made the trip to the theater to see the film on its opening weekend. Show More Summary
Hey! You know that if even the former Presidential candidate is checking it out during its opening weekend, you've got a hit on your hands! That's right, we're now learning that Mitt Romney contributed to what Summit is estimating to be a $141.3 million debut for the concluding chapter to The Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn [...]
The weekend box office generated a substantial amount of cash thanks to the popularity of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 and the James Bond adventure Skyfall, according to Box Office Mojo. Although Breaking Dawn – Part 2 netted a whopping $141 million over the weekend, the final installment in the popular series [...]Show More Summary