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Sorry, folks, but you may be getting another "Twilight" movie
It's a new year, a new fresh start. In , you can be anything you dreamed and do anything you wish. Or you can watch all five Twilight movies, which are, as of today, available to stream on Hulu. Either or. It's your journey. You see, recently voters chose to determine Twilight is the worst film ever made. Which is utter bollocks.
But as is often the case in Hollywood, bad films earn big bucks. Now it seems that Lionsgate Films is willing to, for lack of a better word, inflict us all with more slow, joyless romance and extreme close-ups of eyes and mouths. If Lionsgate eventually develops a Twilight reboot it will have to find new, equally sleepy actors to replace Kristen Stewart Bella Swan , who is 27, and year-old Robert Pattinson Edward Cullen. Not even the caked-on makeup used in the previous films is going to help them pass as teenagers, so if they were to participate they would have to play adults, possibly in cameo roles. Pattinson and Stewart have distanced themselves from the success of the franchise through statements and slates of challenging, arresting and sometimes unflattering indie films. Buy Now, Pay Later. Already a Subscriber?
Are Bella and Edward ready for a Twilight Reboot? It certainly seems . Do you believe that the announcement will in February? Will you be going at . Yes they need to come out with another twilight movies. Reply. Charlotte.
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If you're a serious "Twihard" of the opinion that having five Twilight films isn't enough, well you're in luck! Also, you are correct because there can literally never be enough Twilight movies—where is the Rami Malek spin-off movie we all need in our lives, for example?! In an interview with Variety at the Toronto International Film Festival, Robert Pattinson told the magazine that he can, and would, definitely reprise his role as the never-aging, ever-sparkling, problematic vampire heartthrob Edward Cullen. RPattz is just messing with us! But even though this is not really a subject to joke about, the guy's got a point.
Twilight may be an easy target to hate on with its sparkly vampires, strange logic, and occasionally poor writing, but many people love the books and movies for their complex love story and unforgettable characters. While some have been more public about their frustration than others, some actors wish to no longer be associated with the franchise. Likewise, there are the other actors who praise the stories and were thrilled to appear in them. While this allowed some to have a successful career, it also stressed out some cast members who were only just out of college. In several press interviews, where he was meant to be promoting Twilight , he spent time ridiculing them instead. Perhaps by being the first one to attack the franchise, he was trying to be taken seriously as an actor.