For one final time, we’re at The Twilight Saga press day in Los Angeles. Join us as we cover every press conference in real time!
The event runs from 1 PM ET – 4 PM ET.
The junket will be made up of the following press conferences (this is NOT the exact order):
– Robert Pattinson (Edward)
– Kristen Stewart (Bella)
– Taylor Lautner (Jacob)
– Bill Condon (director)
– Michael Sheen (Aro)
– Stephenie Meyer (author), Wyck Godfrey (producer), Melissa Rosenberg (screenwriter)
– Nikki Reed (Rosalie), Ashley Greene (Alice), Peter Facinelli (Carlisle), Kellan Lutz (Emmett), Elisabeth Reaser (Esme), Jackson Rathbone (Jasper)
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Visit our Twilight Hub for everything Twilight, including the latest news and detailed information about the books! Also be sure to see the latest reviews for Breaking Dawn – Part 2 and watch a clip from the film of Bella learning how to act human.
Yesterday author Stephenie Meyer spoke about a few high-profile Twilight stories, including the rumored spin off as well as recent comments by Robert Pattinson. Read the highlights from the interview!
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 opens in the United States on November 15 at 10 PM local time in most theaters. See a complete list of release dates worldwide.
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