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Breaking Dawn

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    Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2 Crushes the Box Office

    Unsurprisingly, Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2 killed it at the box office this weekend.

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    Guest Post: Bella Swan and Me

    This weekend, the fifth and final installment of the Twilight franchise opened, and to no one’s surprise, killed at the box office. Conversations about the film will undoubtedly focus on the business it did (massive), whether or not it was any good (it wasn’t, really, but I had a great t...

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    Trailer Watch: First Real Trailer For Breaking Dawn Part 2

    Looks like Bella finally got some energy. I guess once she became a vampire it was ok for her to run outside and not fall over her own two feet. Becoming a vampire clearly makes you less clumsy. Film opens November 16.

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    Breaking Dawn Scores 5th Highest Opening Weekend Ever

    Women dominated the box office this weekend.  Breaking Dawn grossed $139.5 million here in the US and another $144 million overseas making it the 5th highest opening domestic weekend EVER.  It was only a couple of million off the opening of New Moon which holds the 4th largest opening week...

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    Guest Post: Breaking Dawn: Part 1 High Heels, White Weddings, Broken Headboards, and Bella as Pregnant Martyr by Natalie Wilson

    While the first Twilight film was directed by a woman, all subsequent adaptations have had males at the helm. The first adaptation, directed by Catherine Hardwicke, featured a Bella that was stronger than her book counterpart. Alas, the subsequent films have not similarly strengthened Bella’s ...

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    Breaking Dawn Gets Ready to Take The Weekend Box Office

    Well it looks like the Twilight phenomenon has corrupted one who I thought was immune -- Manohla Dargis of the NY Times who wrote in her review today that she "had surrendered."  She also called the love story "ridiculously appealing."  I can't say I got on board in...

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