Looking to replicate the box office success that "Twilight" has enjoyed after debuting over Thanksgiving, Summit Entertainment will release sequel "New Moon" on Nov. 20.
If last year's box office was something of a snore -- could there have been any more sequels? -- the 2008 box office has been anything but a bore.
Summit Entertainment has wasted no time moving ahead with the next installment in Stephenie Meyer's bestselling "Twilight" series, "New Moon" - but without director Catherine Hardwicke.
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Talent knows neither gender nor race, but Hollywood is still a place where the opening of Catherine Hardwicke's "Twilight," at practically $70 million, is touted as "the highest ever for a female…
"Twilight" is coming to Showtime. Pic is part of an exclusive output deal the pay cabler has signed with Summit Entertainment that will include up to 42 of Summit's titles theatrically released…
Saturday update: Good news "Twilight" fans – this morning Summit Entertainment announced it is moving forward on production of the next film in the franchise, "New Moon," based on the second novel in…
If "Twilight" fans are as loyal as they seem, there'll be a lot of them clamoring for a Volvo.
"Twilight" is a disappointingly anemic tale of forbidden love that should satiate the pre-converted but will bewilder and underwhelm viewers who haven't devoured Stephenie Meyer's bestselling juvie…
Rachelle Lefevre, who plays the vampire Victoria in Summit’s upcoming and highly anticipated film "Twilight," will answer reader questions right here on Season Pass. I know this is a TV blog and our…
And in the end, it was 4-year-old Ellen Taylor who finally hushed the crowd with her show-stopping performance of "Over the Rainbow."
With apologies to residents of the "Twilight" zone -- the recent trend of women and young girls swooning over vampires is starting to creep me out.