Well, it’s come to this. They’re doing a Twilight TV series. Sources tell the Hollywood Reporter that Stephenie Meyer’s magnum opus is in early development with Lionsgate Television. So far, no word if this is a remake or a continuation of the movies or something else entirely. The one thing we know for sure is that Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart won’t be touching that shit with a ten-foot pole, even if that pole was made of cash, gold, and cash for gold. Continue reading
It’s time to hang up your hats, Team Jacob fans (do those actually still exist?) who never believed the gay rumors because the wolfman of your dreams Taylor Lautner is now engaged. Shark boys grow up so fast, don’t they? He’ll soon be wedded to his nurse-slash-YouTuber girlfriend Taylor Dome. As is customary, 29-year-old Taylor shared the big news on Instagram.
Director Catherine Hardwick Says That If A “Midnight Sun” Movie Happens, Robert Pattinson And Kristen Stewart Probably Won’t Be In It
Midnight Sun is the newest Twilight book and it’s told from the perspective of Edward Cullen, so you know, it’s something that totally needs to exist. August 4 will be an exciting day for Twihards who can’t let go and Stephenie Meyer’s bank accounts, because that’s the day that mess comes out. And, of course, there’s already talks about turning it into a movie since humanity hasn’t been enough. But along with people of color, don’t expect Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart to reprise their roles because DUH.
If you ask Robert Pattinson about Twilight, he’ll tell you it’s something he can’t escape and he’s happy it’s a thing of the past. Well, he’s not the only one. Kristen Stewart, who played Bella, has also shat all over the franchise and its plot-holes and ludicrousness. Add another star to the list! Anna Kendrick, who had a bit-part in the series as one of Bella’s human friends, has said that filming the movie was like a “hostage situation.” Who knew that Ellen DeGeneres operated Anna Kendrick’s thoughts and feelings?
The Hollywood Reporter says that Stephenie Meyer has returned and given crazy aunties everywhere a reason to stop posting COVID-19 conspiracy theories on Facebook to read this crap. Stephenie is shitting out her long-awaited (by some) next novel, which is really just a refurbished Twilight. See, it’s not just Hollywood who doesn’t have any new ideas! Her book Midnight Sun will be out in August and will tell the story of Twilight from the perspective of vampire Edward.
Those Twilight films are thankfully no longer extremely popular and we no longer are exposed to watching people with questionable mental stability freak the fuck out over trailers or the actor’s personal lives or whatever. But, the 10-year anniversary of the first film is coming up, and so the director of the movie, Catherine Hardwicke, spoke with The Daily Beast about making the first movie and spilled some tea about the creation of the film. Namely: that it could have been more diverse.