Twilight Film ~ Behind the scenes trailer from NY Comic Con
SPOILER ALERT ~ Don't watch the Twilight videos above if you wanna be completely surprised by the movie!
We have discussed extensively the upcoming Vampire projects coming to television, bookstores and movie screens. Specifically addressing the fact that vamps are VERY popular right now, and that CBS could have had an established tv series giving them a head start.... if only they had not canceled Moonlight. One happy by-product of all the new Vampyre hype is continued media attention for our show.
Saying that the soon to be released film, Twilight, is generating enormous buzz does not even come close to covering the volume of anticipation. When a prized novel such as Twilight (written by Stephanie Meyer, by the way) is converted to film, there is always concern about the end result not living up to the original material. I've enjoyed the scenes & trailers shown thus far. Plus, Stephanie Meyer has said tons of wonderful things about the cast, director and crew.
I've gotten a bunch of messages from you asking for more info about Twilight. Your wish is my command..... but don't let that go to your head! *wink*
Breaking Dawn ( Twilight Saga Book #4 : the final chapter in the series ) is coming out on August 2nd, 2008. Libraries & bookstores across the country are hosting midnight release parties.
Here are 2 videos to give you an idea of the movie's story.
First ~ I'm posting the brand new Twilight teaser trailer ( the 2nd one to be exact ) that was just released.
Second ~ A video filmed on the set in Oregon. It was screened at the New York Comic Con. A discerning, tough crowd to please. Lots of fun behind the scenes stuff! In the promo clip, you hear brief interviews with author Stephanie Meyer, director Catherine Hardwicke, Rob Pattinson (Edward Cullen), Kristen Stewart (Bella Swan), Cam Gigandet (James), Rachelle Lefevre (Victoria), Ashley Greene (Alice Cullen) and more.
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Twilight is set to premiere in US theaters on Friday, December 12th 2008.
Do you like what they have shown you so far?