5 female filmmakers will be chosen to continue The Twilight Saga, with short films judged by Kristen Stewart and author Stephenie Meyer.
Fans can relive all five movies in this popular vampire franchise in one complete set. The Blu-ray and DVD debut November 5th.
The 10-disc Blu-ray set and 12-disc DVD set will include hours of brand new special features and all four movies in The Twilight Saga.
The Lionsgate and Summit Entertainment franchise is the first movie-related page to reach this milestone.
Lionsgate owned Summit Entertainment is denying the reboot, but others don't seem very convinced.
Author and Twilight creator Stephenie Meyers hints that she is working on a new book, with the intent to adapt it into a feature.
We also take a look James Franco asking Judd Apatow advice on how to host the Oscars and Justin Bieber getting killed on CSI.
We also take a look at James Van Der Beek's new Funny or Die videos, Machete in claymation and more.
We also take a look at a real-life tractor beam being developed and the University of Baltimore offering a class on zombies.
The first two films in the Twilight Saga will be screened outdoors on June 26th.
We have all the details on the first two films screening back-to-back.
Series co-creator Seth Green revealed plans to spoof the two popular films.
Nancy Richardson will take over the editing room from Art Jones on the third film.
True Blood, The Vampire Diaries and Inglourious Basterds also win big.
The basic cable station grabs the rights to all 4 films in the series.
The film will return on November 19, one night before The Twilight Saga: New Moon
The studio will distribute this film on DVD to coincide with The Twilight Saga's New Moon's DVD release.
Summit Entertainment sets up a series of fan conventions.
Other recipients included X-Men Origins: Wolverine and Friday the 13th
Here's what Kristin Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner had to say at the first big event of Comic-Con 2009.