While the overlap would've pleased "Twilight" fans who also dig Suzanne Collins' "Hunger Games" books, Robert Pattinson isn't being eyed for a role in the next "Hunger Games" film.
Although, we'd understand why you'd think that - because apparently Pattinson himself fell for a bit of gossip that suggested as much.
The “Twilight” star said he spotted the rumor floating around that he was up for the role of Finnick Odair in “Catching Fire,” the second installment of the "HG" franchise - and that even *he* wanted to know if it was true.
It’s not quite a surprise, but the latest "Twilight" movie’s box office take is impressive nonetheless: “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part I” has raked in more than $508 million worldwide, the BBC reports.
According to the film’s distributor, Summit Entertainment, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are drawing considerable crowds.
Out of the worldwide gross, $223 million was made in North American movie theaters, and “Breaking Dawn - Part 1” is the top movie in the UK and the US after its second week in theaters.
“Twilight” author Stephenie Meyer doesn’t like the name for the more devoted fans of her vampire series: Twi-hards.
"I don't really like 'Twi-hard.' It sounds awful," Meyer tells E! News in an interview.
But there’s another Twilight-related nickname she does enjoy. "I guess the Robstens are really funny to me," she says of the celeb couple name for “Twilight” leads Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. "You know, because they care so much about that relationship. It's just, I find it amusing."
In an interview with British paper The Guardian, sparkly vampire dreamboat Robert Pattinson specifies his career fear: He doesn’t want to end up like Mark Hamill.
The “Twilight” franchise wraps up this summer, and Pattinson is already worried about people judging his career post-Team Edward.
"It's like being compared to people who've been in massive movies who just sort of disappear afterwards, even though they probably had incredibly fulfilling and successful lives," Rob explains. "Like Luke Skywalker.... People are like: 'Oh, the Mark Hamill curse.' And poor Mark Hamill. Jesus Christ."
“Twilight” trio Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner are getting some recognition in Hollywood: The three will cast their hand and footprints in the cement outside La La Land's famous Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.
According to a release, the ceremony will happen the morning of November 3, which is just a few weeks before the debut of “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1.”
Twihards outside of Los Angeles can still participate in the action from afar; the ceremony will be broadcast live via streaming video on ChineseTheatres.com.
Emotional Twihards everywhere have a new romantic anthem.
The soundtrack listing for the first installment of “Breaking Dawn” has been released, and we're now privy to Bella and Edward's wedding song.
Iron & Wine’s "Flightless Bird, American Mouth" will play during the upcoming film’s hotly anticipated nuptials, E! reports.
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