We’ve all been waiting in anticipation for the long-awaited wedding, wedding night and Bella’s pregnancy.
The Twilight movie directed by Academy award winner Bill Condon was released in 2008 and has had a tremendous following; since then we have seen the release of New Moon and Eclipse. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 will be a sequel of the Twilight movie series and will hit cinemas November the 18th.
look out for it at your nearest cinema, all will be revealed!
On the 28th of September “Abduction” will hit cinemas, starring the fans favourite, Taylor Lautner from the movie “Twilight -New Moon.”
The thriller, directed by John Singleton; focuses on a young man who sets out to uncover the truth about his life after finding his baby photo on a missing persons website. Taylor stars alongside Lilly Collins (The Blindside) and Alfred Molina (Spiderman 2)
Talyor will be in the UK on Monday 26th of September for the European premier. To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets for the screening, become a fan of Abduction on Facebook!
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Matt Lanter stars as Edward Cullen’s character in the new Twilight parody “Vampires Suck”, releasing on Friday 15th October.
Matt Lanter, working along Chris Riggi (playing Taylor Lautner’s role) and Jenn Proske (Becca Crane), jumped at the chance to star as the Edward Cullen’s character.
“I just had to get on board,” Lanter says. “Let’s face it, Twilightis kind of an easy thing to make fun of.”
“Bring it on, bring it on,” Lanter taunted when asked about a Twilightfan backlash. “But honestly what’s been cool though is on Twitter and things like that, a lot of people have been really into it. A lot of Twilightfans have a good sense of humor about it and are saying they’re going to see it.”
“I’m making fun of Edward, not Rob Pattinson,” he said. “Rob seems like a cool guy and I’m sure he’s got a sense of humor about it.”
As for the incredible popularity that vampires hold for teenage girls, director Seltzer says, “They find something safe about the genre. There is an aspect of it that’s pure and that contains no sex. It’s the story of the Romeo and Juliet love affair, which has been around forever. Vampires are taboo and safe at the same time. The genre seems risqué and risky but it really is fairly safe for the girls who relate to the material. There’s no horror aspect to it whatsoever. So, we’re making a spoof about vampires but it is also a spoof of a romantic saga about a forbidden romance.
Selzter also defended the seriousness of the spoofiness with actor Jacob Lanter, who plays Taylor Lautner’s role: “Our guy is actually really ripped and worked really hard on it , too. It’s all real. There’s no makeup abs or anything like that.”