The box office can be a funny thing. Last weekend, ‘Men in Black 3‘ made $55 million and was considered a disappointment. This weekend, ‘Snow White and the Huntsman‘ pulled in $56 million and it’s considered a roaring success. As bizarre as that sounds, it all makes sense when you look at the details.
The decided ‘Twilight’ haters aren’t the only ones sick of the popular films — the latest installment, ‘Breaking Dawn,’ is apparently giving people seizures.
In news that will likely surprise exactly no one, ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1′ glittered and gored its way to a spectacular $139.5 million premiere this weekend, giving the latest film in the popular franchise the fifth-largest domestic opening in history.
Twi-hards consumed with the real-life romance between ‘Twilight’ stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart probably swooned in unison on Friday when Pattinson revealed the couple may already be married.
Most of the considerable hype surrounding the ‘Twilight’ series has centered on the many, many books and movie tickets it’s sold, but the franchise has also been a musical phenomenon, generating more than 4.5 million units in sales over three soundtrack albums.
With the next installment in the series scheduled to reach theaters on November 18, dedicated Twi-hards — not to mention music retailers —
'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse' dominated the 2011 MTV Movie Awards, winning five trophies, including the night's most coveted prize, Best Movie.
'Eclipse' stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart also took home prizes, in the categories of Best Male Performance and Best Female Performance, respectively, marking their third-consecutive win each.