9:45 am, November 20th | by Sarah Devlin
Twilight has made Kristen Stewart a huge star. But has it been worth it?
11:30 am, November 19th | by Laura Donovan
For the past four years, one of my favorite parts of winter has been the release of new “Twilight” installments. Unfortunately, “Breaking Dawn: Part 2,” which hit theaters last week, marks the end of an era. I’m more than a little sad, as I loved defending “Twilight” to bitter haters throughout college and beyond, but Thanksgiving week is a great time to watch all the flicks marathon-style and reflect on the explosively popular franchise. Here are five reasons why now is the perfect time to see all the films.
9:30 am, November 9th | by Laura Donovan
Writers get a book deal for their “Twilight” fan fic and I’m supposed to be impressed? Nice try.
9:30 am, September 11th | by Laura Donovan
Now that the dust has settled on the K-Stew/RPatz psychodrama, we can focus on the most important part of the four-year vampire franchise: the release of the “Breaking Dawn: Part 2″ trailer.
2:30 pm, May 24th | by Laura Donovan
“Twilight” star Kristen Stewart is facing a backlash for engaging in a hot and heavy (and reportedly nude) threesome scene in new film “On the Road,” which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival this week, but the 22-year-old actress doesn’t deserve criticism for possibly sending a questionable message to young Twi-hard fans.
Responding to Stewart’s role in the much-anticipated flick, Dan Gainor of the Culture and Media Institute said the celebrity was “irresponsible” to behave in such a way onscreen.
6:00 pm, March 26th | by Laura Donovan
Since Suzanne Collins’s novel, “Hunger Games” became a smash hit in 2010, readers everywhere have been quick to declare it a much more beneficial book for young adults than Stephenie Meyer’s “Twilight.” Before “Hunger Games” even hit theaters last week, people everywhere wondered which franchise would fare better onscreen, and gung-ho “Hunger Games” fans were undoubtedly pleased when their flick of preference surpassed two of the “Twilight” saga movies in opening weekend sales, but the two vastly different series never should have been pitted against each other or compared in the first place.