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VIDEO: Twilight’s New Renesmee Cullen?

Rumor holds that actress Mackenzie Foy is very close to being cast as Renesmee Cullen, daughter of Edward (Robert Pattinson) and Bella (Kristen Stewart), in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2.

Foy doesn’t have a lot of experience in the industry, with a few commercials and three brief TV appearances on record.

The video above is a fan-made glimpse at what the world of Twilight would look like with Mackenzie Foy in it.

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First Look: Breaking Dawn’s Bella and Edward in Bed

Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattison in bed in Breaking Dawn

There are no feathers ... or stockings ... or beach blankets in this new still from Breaking Dawn. All we have is flesh.

In this romantic photo from the next Twilight installment, we see Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson) -- now husband and wife -- together on their wedding night. (Something tells me another Best Kiss award is in their future.)

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Photo: A Very Twilight Christmas

Posted by K.C. Morgan Categories: Horror, Romance, Sequels, Upcoming Releases,

director Bill Condon tweeted a holiday treat for fans: a picture of Bella Swan’s house at Christmastime.

The scene is complete with a fully decorated tree, festive candles on the end table and a fireplace with four stockings.

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On the Set: Breaking Dawn

It’s been a long fall for Twilight fans. The summer of Eclipse is over and the book Breaking Dawn has been in stores for what feels like for ever.

The first installment of the big screen version of the film won’t be out for an entire year, but we’ve got a little behind-the-scenes taste ready for you right now.

Follow the jump to view some pictures from the set of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn.

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Bree Tanner: Next Twilight Saga Feature Film?

Posted by K.C. Morgan Categories: Adaptation, Drama, Sequels, Rumors,

Summit Entertainment recently announced the release date for the last movie, breaking Twihard hearts around the world. However, the end of the Twilight Saga road may not be as near as you think.

Rumors suggest that The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner, a Stephenie Meyer novella based on the Twilight books, may become the next feature film installment in the franchise.

Sources say that Summit is not currently planning to use Jodelle Ferland, who played the briefly-seen Bree in , in the new film version of her short second life.

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VIDEO: Faux Breaking Dawn Trailer

Warning: Explicit language and spoilers!

Production on the film hasn’t started yet, but we’ve got a trailer just the same…after a fashion. The trailer uses the story line from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, the novel, to mock a few of the more ridiculous story elements which (we think) will be featured in the upcoming full-length movie.

If you haven’t read the books and don’t want to know the plot, don’t click!

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Box Office Breakdown: Dinner for Schmucks Comes Up Short

Dinner for Schmucks

Fans aren’t quite ready to wake up from the dream just yet.

Despite competition from Steve Carell, Zac Efron and cute animals, managed to continue its reign over the box office. The Christopher Nolan film - which is nearing the $200 million mark - added another $27.5 million to its total and became the third entry of the year to three-peat. (Alice in Wonderland and Shrek Forever After also had three wins under their belts.)

Warner Bros.’ win meant leftovers for . The Paramount comedy, which cost in the neighborhood of $60 million to produce, only brought $23.5 million to the table.

Meanwhile, narrowly beat out Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore for fifth place. The two entries were separated by approximately $100,000.

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Box Office Breakdown: Inception Holds (Off) the Salt


So remind me again - why exactly did Tom Cruise drop out of ?

The thriller Cruise was once attached to fired up $36 million over the past three days - nearly $15 million more than Knight and Day did just four weeks ago. (That movie, by the way, just fell out of the Top 10 after only four weeks.) Salt‘s numbers, though, did not match Angelina Jolie’s previous actioners (e.g. Wanted, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Tomb Raider). The Sony film also failed to boot Inception out of first place.

Meanwhile, , the weekend’s only other new wide release, failed to even cross the $10 million mark. But Beverly Cleary lovers shouldn’t feel bad - the adaptation only cost about $15 million to produce.

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Box Office Breakdown: Dreamy Numbers for Inception


Warner Bros. might have had difficulty marketing , but strong word of mouth, stunning visuals and Christopher Nolan’s reputation were enough to sell the film. The $160 million thriller opened to $62.8 million in weekend receipts, placing the film on top of all original projects out so far this summer. Inception also bested Leonardo DiCaprio’s previous debuts (including Shutter Island‘s $41.1 million) and Nolan’s earlier titles (outside of The Dark Knight).

, on the other hand, had a harder time conjuring up interest. The Disney remake grossed only $17.6 million since Friday ($24.7 million since Wednesday). That’s a considerable disappointment given the $150 million price tag, but overseas dollars will likely help the studio.

Meanwhile, a film that placed #12 on this week’s chart actually outperformed both Inception and Apprentice. , starring Annette Bening and Julianne Moore, had the best per screen average ($28,009) of any movie currently in theaters.

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Box Office Breakdown: Despicable Weekend for Eclipse

Despicable Me

It looks like Steve Carell will do just fine when he finally leaves Dunder Mifflin.

Neither vampires nor predators could keep Gru (Carell) and his minions from ruling the box office this weekend. - also featuring the voices of Miranda Cosgrove, Jason Segel and Russell Brand - overcame it’s title and delighted audiences to the tune of $56.4 million. Universal’s feature earned nearly enough to cover the film’s production cost ($69 million) and more than enough to push last week’s champ, Eclipse, down to second place.

Meanwhile, Fox’s , set its laser sights on the alien creature lovers out there. The sci-fi thriller, starring Adrien Brody and Topher Grace, fired up $24.8 million in ticket sales and a third place finish.

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