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Fall in love again with Bella, Edward and Jacob when the epic trilogy, The Twilight Saga: Extended Editions Triple Feature arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD) and DVD (plus Digital) January 13th from Summit Entertainment, a LIONSGATE company. This definitive collection of Twilight, New Moon and Eclipse have been re-edited to include deleted scenes in all-new extended versions of the films. The Twilight Saga: Extended Editions Triple Feature will be available on Blu-ray and DVD for the suggested retail price of $24.99 and $19.98 respectively.

The epic romantic series following Bella, Edward and Jacob now returns with formerly deleted scenes added back in. Relive the moment when Bella and Edward first met and watch Jacob’s transformation from a lovelorn teenager into a fearsome shapeshifting wolf in these brand new extended versions.

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Year of Production: 2008-2010
Title Copyright: Twilight © 2008, The Twilight Saga: New Moon © 2009 & The Twilight Saga: Eclipse © 2010, Artwork & Supplementary Materials ™ & © 2015 Summit Entertainment, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Type: Theatrical Release
Rating: Unrated: Twilight: this motion picture previously was released in a version rated PG-13 for Some Violence and a Scene of Sensuality. The Twilight Saga: New Moon: this motion picture previously was released in a version rated PG-13 for Some Violence and Action. The Twilight Saga: Eclipse: this motion picture previously was released in a version rated PG-13 for Intense Sequences of Action and Violence and Some Sensuality.
Genre: Romance; Drama
Blu-ray Closed Captioned: English SDH
DVD Closed Captioned: English
Subtitles: English and Spanish
Run Time: Twilight – 126 minutes
The Twilight Saga: New Moon – 138 minutes
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse – 129 minutes
Blu-ray Format: 1080P High Definition16x9 Widescreen (2.40:1)
DVD Format: 16×9 Widescreen (2.40:1)
Blu-ray Audio Status: Twilight – English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio and Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital
The Twilight Saga: New Moon – English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio and 2.0 Stereo and Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse – English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio
DVD Audio Status: Twilight – English and Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital
The Twilight Saga: New Moon – English and Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital and English 2.0 Dolby Surround
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse – English and Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital

Date: December 12th | Category: General, Movie, Twilight
View Comments // View All Comments (0) | Posted by Katherine

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Ever since Elena (Nina Dobrev) officially chose Damon Salvatore (Ian Somerhalder) over his White Knight younger brother Stefan (Paul Wesley), a sizable portion of “The Vampire Diaries” fandom has been enthusiastically campaigning for the jilted ex-lover to rebound with Elena’s best friend, Caroline Forbes (Candice Accola).

According to writer and executive producer Caroline Dries, there are quite a few problems when it comes to making the Steroline arc make sense in the writers’ room — because when it comes to showrunner Julie Plec, there always has to be a plan.

“I think in Julie mind — and I don’t mean to speak for her — but I think that in her mind, it was always something that could be a great romance,” Dries told MTV News over the phone. “Our issue — it’s not so much a shipper need, it’s that Stefan was defined from the beginning of the show as somebody who was the soul mate of Elena. To gracefully detach him from her has been our mission, so we can breathe out the Damon and Elena relationship.”

Also, since Stefan is such a crucial part of the “Vampire Diaries” universe, casually throwing him into a rebound with a fan-favorite like Caroline could be reckless.

“First we needed to define Stefan as somebody who was Elena’s friend, and no longer her soul mate, and now [we can] give him a new potential romance with Caroline,” Dries continued. “It takes a long time to evolve, because we want it to feel real, and not forced down anybody’s throats. Realistically, Stefan doesn’t want to ruin his friendship with Caroline, because he’s friends with her and Elena. It’s a complicated, messy situation, and we just wanted it to feel as organic as possible.”

This might seem like bad news for those who are eagerly awaiting a Stefan and Caroline hookup, but not necessarily. Dries said that Thursday’s (December 11) midseason finale, “Christmas Through Your Eyes,” will feature a major shift in the characters’ relationship — though that might come in the form of tragedy for Caroline.

“Stefan is feeling like he really messed up, and he’s mourning the loss of Caroline in his life,” she said. “He makes it his mission in this episode to be there for her. He realizes that when you’re there for your friend, that means in good times and in bad times. I can’t reveal what the devastating news [he gives her] is — that would be a major spoiler — but I can say that in being challenged with having to deliver some news to Caroline, it actually strengthens their friendship, and proves to Caroline, ‘Look, I am your friend, I am a shoulder for you.’ It allows them to grow and evolve in future episodes.”

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Date: December 11th | Category: Executive Producers, Interviews, Vampire Diaries
View Comments // View All Comments (0) | Posted by Katherine

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Although Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Elena (Nina Dobrev) came thisclose to getting their girl Bonnie (Kat Graham) back, the two were brought back to reality when Kai (Chris Wood) forced Liv (Penelope Miller) to stop her spell and destroyed the ascendant. Instead of a long-awaited reunion, Bonnie was left once again alone on the porch where the three had planned to meet.

But with Christmas around the corner, Bonnie refuses to give up — at least until she realizes how hard the holidays are without her friends. But with Kai wreaking havoc, are her chances of a return over? Or will the rest of the Gemini clan find a way to defeat Kai and save themselves from merging? Plus: Will Stefan (Paul Wesley) find a way to give Caroline (Candice Accola) a good holiday away from home? TVGuide.com took all of those questions to executive producer Caroline Dries, who shared scoop from Thursday’s midseason finale.

The end of last week’s episode was heartbreaking. Has Bonnie finally lost hope?
Caroline Dries: We’ll see her super happy in the flashbacks, and the first thing we shed light on is that Bonnie really loves the holidays and it reminds her of her best friends Caroline and Elena. So, she is stuck in this prison world, but is going to try to make the best of this situation. But as she goes through this, she’ll realize it’s a lot easier said then done and it’s a reminder of how lonely she is. Even though she’s in this horrible situation, she’s actually developing into a much stronger, harder, bigger badass and she’s learned how to take care of herself.

Bonnie has brought out a new side of Damon. Will he continue to fight to get her back?
Dries: I would say one of the most successful character dynamics we’ve had this season is the Bonnie-Damon relationship. She does soften him in a way, but he doesn’t become a weaker, good guy. He still has his edge and his snark … but they have this prisoner-at-war bond. He’s going to continue to try and get her back, but what Kai did in that last episode really cut off their access, which will make it much harder.

How much will Kai and the Gemini mythology continue to play a role in the season?
Dries: It will continue to be a pretty big part of the season as Kai tries to complete his goal, which is to merge with his sister Jo (Jodi Lyn O’Keefe). In Kai’s mind, Liv and Luke (Chris Brochu) aren’t enemies because they all want the same thing — Liv and Luke don’t want to merge with each other — so he’s smart to use Tyler (Michael Trevino) to do his bidding for him to get Liv and Luke on his side. Of course, it’ll come with complications, the biggest being that Jo doesn’t have magic and you need both sides to have magic. So, the first step is to get Jo reunited with her magic.

Matt wants to kill Enzo. Does he have a shot?
Dries: What we saw with Matt (Zach Roerig) since the beginning of the season is that Tripp had been training these kids to be vampire hunters. We’ve never actually seen his skills, but we may get to see what a bad ass he actually is. And if you recruit vampire hunter Jeremy (Steven R. McQueen), you have a pretty good chance at being able to take one out. They make a pretty good team.

To find out what else Dries had to say about Kai & Damon & Elena head on over to TV Guide

Date: December 11th | Category: Executive Producers, Interviews, Vampire Diaries
View Comments // View All Comments (0) | Posted by Katherine
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