Attention Twihards! Bids just opened on a massive lot of Twilight props, costumes, and immortal baubles that are up for auction over at the Prop Store. Summit Entertainment released over 900 items including Bella’s gaudy engagement ring, Renesmee’s crib, and multiple gray T-shirts that look like nothing special until you remember that they were worn by Taylor Lautner and Robert Pattinson. The auction will take place over Nov. 19 and 20, so browse now. Click through to sample some of the wares.
As Ben Affleck knows all too well, ’Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice’ has been slated by critics. Despite the bad reviews though, the film has already made more than £470 million at the global box office and will spawn a number of sequels.It just goes to show that bad reviews don’t always mean you’ve got a flop on your hands. Here are 10 films that felt the wrath of the people paid to see movies, while still raking in the money from audiences handing over their hard-earned pounds.(N.B. We’ve used film review aggregation site Rotten Tomatoes to measure critical reaction and are counting the worldwide gross).
Author Stephanie Meyer has marked the tenth anniversary of the first ‘Twilight’ novel by writing a completely new version of the book that swaps the genders of the lead characters.
Check out our sparkling set of ‘Twilight’ trivia, the kind of facts and in-jokes only super-fans will already know… There’s another unfinished Twilight book First of all, did you know that the series’ author Stephenie Meyer was writing a companion novel called 'Midnight Sun’? “If I tried to write 'Midnight Sun’ now, in my current frame of mind,” said Meyer, “James would probably win and all the Cullens would die. In any case, I feel too sad about what has happened to continue working on .” Also notice how EL James, who based her ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’ series on ‘Twilight’, has ripped off the concept of 'Midnight Sun’ wholesale for her new book 'Grey’ – which is the first 'Fifty Shades’ book retold from the perspective of Christian. The author wanted totally different actors for the lead roles Before Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson were cast in the lead roles, Stephenie Meyer had her own dream cast: she wanted 'Sucker Punch’’s Emily Browning for Bella, Superman Henry Cavill for Edward, other Superman Tom Welling for Emmett, Charlie Hunnam for Carlisle, Rachael Leigh Cook as Alice and Olivia Wilde as Rosalie.