Fact: ‘Breaking Dawn — Part 2’ contains 100% more decapitations than most movies. Much has been said about the last ‘Twilight’ film, thanks to the all-out, “WTF?!” vampire vs. werewolf battle that caps the series. It finally gives all the boyfriends dragged to these movies by their Twi-hard girlfriends a reason to feel like they… More »
Set years after ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2’, this new film series will center on Bella and Edward’s daughter, Renesmee. She’s now a teenager, facing a new set of vampire and werewolf-related romance and drama, alongside familiar and new faces. Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson can cameo, “passing the torch” to the new characters taking… More »
This action-packed spin-off could center on a new character, a Van Helsing-type, hunting down the Cullens.
But our hero soon learns that Team Edward is the lesser of two evils, that the Volturi are the real enemy, and now hunter and prey must team up to take them down. This approach aims to capture everything… More »
This one-hour show follows a low-ranking member of the Volturi as he rises through the ranks, leading to either a Michael Corleone-esque tragic fall or heroic redemption.
Episodes can take place during or adjacent to key events from the ‘Twilight’ films, thus providing guest star opportunities for fan-favorites. More »
‘Twilight’s’ stakeholders can take a page from Wolverine’s playbook and spin Jacob off into his own film series.
Go either the ‘Twilight Origins: Jacob’ route, or set Jacob’s solo films years after the original series. Either way, it shouldn’t take much to saddle him with a series of love interests and physical baddies to sustai… More »
Given the audience crossover, it makes sense for The CW to host a tween-friendly Twilight TV series. It also makes sense to look to one of the network’s biggest successes – Supernatural – as a template.
Give the show a “Freak of the Week” structure and have the heroes hunt down vampires and werewolves, a… More »
(Far Left) Andrea Gabriel, Omar Metwally; (clockwise starting at front) Guri Weinberg; (back to camera) Noel Fisher; (back to camera), Angela Sarafyan, Rami Malek, Taylor Lautner, Myanna Buring, Lee Pace, Casey LaBow, Mia Maestro, Christian Camargo, Kellan Lutz, Nikki Reed, Elizabeth Reaser, Patrick Brennan, Lisa Howard, Marlane Barnes; (standing) Judith Shekoni , Tracey Higgins… More »