Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1

‘Breaking Dawn’ DVD Sells 3.2 Million In Two Days

“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 DVD is, unsurprisingly, flying off the shelves. After the film was released to disc at midnight Saturday morning, it reportedly sold 3.2 million discs over the course of two days.
But, that’s not all: The flick also snagged 50,000 downloads and 80,000 video-on-demand transactions during the two-day period when the sales were tracked, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The numbers make “Breaking Dawn” the top-selling release so far this year. It bows at #1 on the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert overall disc sales chart, followed by “Lady and the Tramp” and “A Very Harold and Kumar Christmas.”
Now that it can be played on repeat, Twihards are certain to be memorizing every sweet and saucy moment of “Part 1” before the final installment hits theaters this November. A scene from the Bill Condon-directed “Breaking Dawn – Part 2,” played at a special Target in-store event just before “Part 1” dropped. 
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First Look at Robert Pattinson’s Breaking Dawn Part 2!

Here is the much-anticipated clip following the recent viewing party at Target Stores For Breaking Dawn Part 2.  The film opens in November. How will we ever  make to the next six months?! Well, at least we have Breaking Dawn Part 1 on DVD to  fill a whole till then. So what do you think of the clip? 

"Twilight: Breaking Dawn – Part 1" Among This Week’s Top DVD Releases

Though it won’t hit stores until later in the week, “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part One” should continue its unbelievable commercial success in the home market starting this Saturday. “Breaking Dawn – Part 1” was one of the biggest theatrical hits of 2011, with more than $700 million in worldwide revenue and an eye-popping domestic opening of $138 million when it hit theaters last November. The conclusion of the series, “Breaking Dawn – Part 2,” is slated to hit theaters this November and promises to be nothing short of epic in terms of hype in the months leading up to its release.

Special Video Watch: Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart Extended BTS Wedding Video

Go behind the scenes on the day of the big wedding. The extended featurette  includes commentary from Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Ashley Greene and other cast members.  The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 will be released on DVD and blu-ray on February 10th. We can’t wait to grab a copy!

Get A Closer Look At Bella’s Wedding Dress


Seeing Bella’s wedding dress come to life in this installment of The Twilight Saga was one of the more highly anticipated moments of the franchise. Stephenie Meyer says, “My favorite designer, Carolina Herrera, did the wedding dress. I wanted the dress to be something special, not something that you’re going to see every day. I love what Carolina did with it, she came up with a stunning concept. It’s similar to what I envisioned, but with added elements.”

Here are some interesting facts about the wedding dress:
·         Stephenie Meyer & Director, Bill Condon selected this design out of ten sketches that Ms. Herrera submitted.
·         The wedding dress is handmade and took Ms. Herrera and four seamstresses six months to complete.
·         The wedding dress was custom fit for Kristen Stewart.
·         The dress is made out of crepe satin and French Chantilly lace
·         152 buttons line the back of the dress and there are 17 buttons on each sleeve
·         Ms. Herrera designed the back of the dress to be a surprise, and she considers it very romantic. 
·         Ms Herrera plans to include the design in her 2012 collection and it will be available at her CHNY boutiques next year.
·         The estimated value of Bella’s wedding dress is $35,000.  
·         The bridal dress company Alfred Angelo will be selling a replica of the dress in select stores retailing at $799.

Breaking Dawn Crushes Box Office Competition!

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1,” with Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, took in a whopping $139.5 million to top the U.S. box office this weekend.

“Happy Feet Two,” the animated sequel with the voices of Elijah Wood and Robin Williams among others, was a distant second with more than $22.02 million.

All studio estimates of gross U.S. receipts during the weekend are via Box Office Mojo.

“Immortals” was third with more than $12.25 million; “Jack and Jill” fourth with $12 million; “Puss in Boots” fifth with more than $10.72 million; “Tower Heist” sixth with $7 million; “J. Edgar” seventh with $5.9 million; “A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas” eighth with $2.9 million; “Paranormal Activity 3” ninth with $1 million.

“Footloose (2011)” was 10th with $835,000.

Breaking Dawn’s Big Opening Brings Twilight and Harry Potter Together

Breaking Dawn: Part 1 finished in the opening-day record books just behind New Moon, and just ahead of Eclipse with a $72 million estimated Friday box-office take.

Twilight is now only the second movie series to place at least three installments in Hollywood’s Top 10 for biggest-ever single-day debuts.

Here’s a complete rundown of the all-time biggest opening days, per rankings compiled by Box Office Mojo:


Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, $91.1 million
The Twilight Saga: New Moon, $72.7 million
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 1, $72 million
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, $68.5 million
The Dark Knight, $67.2 million
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, $62 million
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, $61.7 million
Spider-Man 3, $60 million
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, $58.2 million
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest, $55.8 million

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Robert Pattinson Talks About His Last Moments As Edward Cullen In ‘Breaking Dawn’ And His Thoughts On Weddings

Team Edward rejoice. Bella is about to become Mrs. Edward Cullen. That means they live happily ever after, right? Well, no. So much goes wrong that Breaking Dawn had to be split into two films to cover it all. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 opens Friday.

For his fourth movie as vampire Edward Cullen, Robert Pattinson met the press for the penultimate time. The role has made him a teen heartthrob and a movie star, and here’s what he’s had to say about all his success.

Q: You, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner were immortalizes at Grauman’s Chinese theater. What did that feel like?

RP: It’s kind of incredible. I stayed at the Magic Castle the first few times I came to LA when I was like 17. I used to walk down there all the time and had no idea that Hollywood Blvd. looked the way that it does. I was totally unemployable. It wasn’t even in the realm of any kind of understanding and it still isn’t at all. I don’t really feel like I’ve even done it. I feel like there’s just this wave has happened and I’m just on it. I’ve never really had any kind of, it’s difficult, I feel like I’m going to feel the personal connection in 20 years from now. I feel like now it’s just all part of the same thing. I was kind of embarrassed when I did it because I messed it up and stood on my own handprints. The one handprint which is messed up. But it’s incredible. It represents something amazing. I think it’s totally ridiculous. I don’t even know how to feel about it. It’s juts kind of mind blowing.

Q: Bella and Edward have an extravagant wedding. Would you want one of those in your own life?

RP: It does seem like a bit of a hassle. I was just doing an interview with Kristen. She kind of got all annoyed with me for saying the groom’s role in a wedding is basically just as a prop. Even playing the part, you kind of realize it’s a clear indication of whose day it is when you’re standing at one end of the aisle and the entire congregation is looking at the girl, you’re in the same suit as every other guy just kind of waiting and she’s in a princess dress walking down. It’s really just any guy who tries to get involved in organizing a wedding, or has an opinion of what the wedding should be, then they’re kind of ridiculous. It’s really whatever your wife decides to do.