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Category: Twilight


David Slade is celebrating #4yearsofEclipse by sharing some never seen photos from the filming of Eclipse and I am excited to see something new after such a long time with now news!

Check out the photos and videos David shared today via his twitter:

Is it really ? seems like so long ago – will post a few not seen before pics from set starting here:

From my photo archives – never been seen before – preparing for that schoolyard scene..

And this one –

Then David RTed some moments:

Date: July 9th | Category: Twilight
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As well as generally being a total hottie, you’ll probably recognise Charlie Bewley as Vaughn from The Vampire Diaries and the fairly terrifying Demetri from Twilight. But taking a break from bloodsucking, Charlie’s about to hit screens in new flick Hammer of the Gods, a badass viking style flick that just so happens to involve a lot of blood, sweat and arm muscles.


Being connoisseurs when it comes to admiring the odd arm or two, Sugarscape cornered Charlie for a chat about all things vampire and viking related..

Give us the hard sell for why we should go see Hammer of the Gods.

I just heard someone in an interview describe it as lock, stock and two smoking actors which I really enjoyed! It really is that, it’s not going to bore you with Viking references and all the bloody details, but it’s a lot of fun and it doesn’t take itself too seriously even though there’s this overriding sense of danger to it. Well, there’s a looming danger throughout the whole thing – I don’t know what it is, but it’s awesome!

So why did you decide the Vikings were for you?

I’ve had the chance to work with some great people in the past, and the director himself, Farren Blackburn, was the first port of call on the project and I just got along with him so well. We still get along together well now obviously, and it was his first feature. I got to explore a lot of sides to my acting that I’d never done before, and that was all quite apparent in the script that I got to do all of that, so it was a no brainer really.

A lot of fans know you from the Vampire Diaries and Twilight, so was this a conscious move away from all that bloodsucking?

I don’t think I really needed to consciously move away from it. I think some of the guys at the top of the hierarchy of Twilight might be trying to negotiate that but I really enjoyed my time on Twilight, I still do. Obviously it crops up a lot these days but it was my first role and I think your first movie role is always going to be a point of reference. But I think I’ve got enough range in my ability to not be never to be pigeonholed by it. I’ve played a veteran, I’m playing a Viking and I don’t think it’s going to be a problem.

I’ve got to ask for all of the Vampire Diaries fans out there, will you ever be making a return to the show? Maybe as a ghost?

I think anything’s possible in Mystic Falls! I’d really love to – I had a great time and loved the people. Working in TV is just so different to film. I enjoyed the character, I think he had a lot of potential!

you must have had some experience of fight scenes from Twilight after the mahoosive bit at the end of Breaking Dawn Part 2…

Yeah I got to do some great stunts in that!

Although you didn’t have the best end, with the head…..

You know what, whatever happens in the end, whatever happens in the film itself, what happens during the filming of it is completely different. It was a strange demise, but I was really relieved.

It was amazing how it didn’t get out, how it got kept as a massive secret. Were you worried about accidentally letting the cat out of the bag?

I was a little bit yeah, because it was really well done. I just know how difficult it was to film a fight scene with 50 vampires, 50 backup vampires and a bunch of wolves and humans and stuff, it was a massive group scene. It was an impossible challenge that they managed to pull off!

It looked amazing as well, the whole cinema was SO SHOCKED. We’re kind of still not over it.

I remember at the premiere, people were literally in tears, like ‘Carlisle, NO!’ Like freaking out. I remember reading the script for the first time and being like ‘Wow, WOW that’s so smart! That’s really going to play with the fans.’

Amazing. It must feel a bit weird now Twilight’s all over?

Yeah it does, I was involved, although it’s different for me because it never consumed my life. So it’s been quite a gradual leaving process, it was a part of me, and I loved every moment, but it’s also nice to move on and get the chance to work on other projects too. I still see people from time to time and that’s nice, because the cast and crew really were like one big family after spending all that time together over the years.

Read the full interview over at

Date: September 9th | Category: Cast, Interviews, Twilight, Vampire Diaries
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Click the links below to check out a few interviews with Stephenie Meyer that she conducted while promoting “Austenland”.

Variety: Q&A Stephenie Meyer: ‘Twilight’ Author Trades Undead for Well-Bred in ‘Austenland’

Access Hollywood: Twilight’s Stephenie Meyer Feels ‘Really Bad’ For Robert Pattinson, Jennifer Lawrence

USA Today: Stephenie Meyer: Critics punished ‘Host’ for ‘Twilight’

Date: August 16th | Category: Twilight
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Twilight fans rejoice..the Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga Blu-ray and DVD will debut on November 5th.

Below is a ton of details on the set:

Team Edward and Team Jacob fans can both rejoice as TWILIGHT FOREVER: THE COMPLETE SAGA finally brings every Twilight film home together in one amazing box set. Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga will be available as a 10-disc Blu-ray (plus Digital HD UltraViolet) set and as a 12-disc DVD (plus Digital UltraViolet) set on November 5 and includes over two hours of brand new exclusive content and over 10 hours of every special feature ever created for the entire series!!


Celebrating The 5th Anniversary Of The Theatrical Debut Of The First Twilight Film, Summit Entertainment’s Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga Features All Five Films, Over 2 Hours Of Brand New Bonus Content And Every Special Feature Ever Produced For The Blockbuster Franchise
SANTA MONICA, CA (August 13, 2013) —Timed to celebrate the fifth anniversary of The Twilight Saga’s original theatrical debut, fans are invited to relive the immortal love story with Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga, available as a 10-disc Blu-ray (plus Digital HD UltraViolet) set and as a 12-disc DVD (plus Digital UltraViolet) set debuting November 5, 2013 from Summit Entertainment, a LIONSGATE company. Whether Team Edward or Team Jacob, the passion of Twilight fans hasn’t dissipated with the final film, continuing through fan fiction, pop culture and the constant engagement of over 166 million fans in Twilight’s online network. Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga encompasses all five films, over 2 hours of brand new exclusive content and over 10 hours of every special feature ever created for the multi-billion dollar franchise. Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga is the ultimate collector’s set, an immersive experience for every Twilight fan to recapture and relive the most epic romance of the century.
The all-new material featured in this complete collection includes a cast retrospective with new interviews; “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Character” which showcases previously unreleased behind-the-scenes moments on set; an exploration of the epic’s “Twilight FAN-omenon” and individually highlights Edward and Jacob’s stories in “Twilight Forever: Edward’s Saga” and “Twilight Forever: Jacob’s Saga.” These new features will be available alongside the over 10 hours of bonus material released via previous home entertainment editions that includes multi-part “making of” documentaries, behind-the-scenes featurettes, cast and crew interviews, deleted and extended scenes, photo galleries, red carpet footage, music videos and more.*
The deluxe packaging arrives in a double-sided box that highlights beloved characters, one side featuring Edward and Bella and the other side featuring Jacob; and the discs are held in a commemorative photo album highlighting the most iconic moments from the entire saga.

Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga debuts as a 10-discBlu-ray set for the suggested retail price of $74.99, and a 12-disc DVD set for $64.98.

All-New special features

Cast Retrospective with New Interviews
“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Character” – Previously unreleased behind-the-scenes moments with the cast
“Twilight FAN-omenon” featurette
“Twilight Forever: Edward’s Saga” and “Twilight Forever: Jacob’s Saga” – Highlights of Edward and Jacob’s stories in the epic story

Twilight feature film and special features
“The Adventure Begins: The Journey from Page to Screen” – a 7-Part Documentary (PIP available Blu-ray only)
Extended and Deleted Scenes with Director’s Introduction
Audio commentary with director Catherine Hardwicke and actors Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart
Music videos from Muse, Paramore and Linkin Park
“The Comic-Con Phenomenon” featurette
Cast interviews with Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Cam Gigandet, Edi Gathegi and Rachelle Lefevre
Premiere Red Carpet Footage with Cast Interviews
A Conversation with Stephenie Meyer
“Becoming Edward” featurette
“Becoming Bella” featurette
“Music: The Heartbeat of Twilight” featurette
Vampire Kiss Montage
Bella’s Lullaby Remix
Edward’s Piano Concert

The Twilight Saga: New Moon feature film and special features
6-Part Documentary
Audio commentary with director Chris Weitz and editor Peter Lambert
Deleted and Extended Scenes
“The Beat Goes On: The Music of The Twilight Saga: New Moon” featurette
“Team Edward vs. Team Jacob: The Ultimate Love Triangle” featurette
“Introducing the Wolf Pack” featurette
“Becoming Jacob” featurette
“Edward Goes to Italy” featurette
“Jump To Edward” and “Jump To Jacob” features
“Frame by Frame: Storyboards to Screen” featurette
Music videos from Death Cab for Cutie, Anya Marina and Mutemath
Behind-the-scenes Rehearsal with Muse
“Fandimonium” featurette
Exclusive Webcast Event footage
Premiere Red Carpet Footage with Cast Interviews
Extended Cast Interviews with Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner, Chris Weitz, the Cullen Family, the Wolf Pack and the Volturi

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse feature film and special features
The Making Of (6-Part Documentary) (PIP available Blu-ray only)
Audio commentary with Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart
Audio commentary with Stephenie Meyer and Wyck Godfrey
Deleted and Extended Scenes
Music Videos from Muse and Metric
“Jump To Edward” and “Jump To Jacob” features
Photo Gallery

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 Theatrical Version and Extended Version and special features
Includes Theatrical and Extended Versions of the film and the extended version has 8 minutes of footage not seen in theaters
“Love, Death, Birth: Filming The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1? a 6-Part Documentary (PIP available Blu-ray only)
“Jacob’s Destiny” featurette
Bella and Edward’s Personal Wedding Video
“Jump To Edward” and “Jump To Jacob” features
Music Videos from Bruno Mars, Christina Perri, The Belle Brigade and Iron & Wine
Audio commentary with director Bill Condon

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 feature film and special features
“Forever: Filming Breaking Dawn – Part 2? – 7-Part Making Of documentary
“Two Movies at Once” featurette
Audio commentary with director Bill Condon
Red carpet footage
Music Video from Green Day
“Tingles & Chills: Special Vampire Powers” featurette
“Carlisle’s Contacts: The New Vampires” featurette
“Judge, Jury & Executioner: Aro & the Volturi” featurette
“Being Charlie Swan” featurette
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 at Comic Con
Stars on the Black Carpet

Date: August 15th | Category: Twilight
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