Twilight Inspires Pianist Robert Peeters

This is a beautiful composition that will not only melt your heart but make you eager for one of the many anticipated moments in Breaking Dawn Part 1. Composer Robert Peeters stated, “I saw the twilight movies, and I am a fan! My latest composition is Twilight inspired: I tried to capture Bella’s feelings when she marries Edward, and gives her heart away.” This song is called ‘Giving you my heart.’

To view more of his music, click here.

Tell Boxoffice Weekly What ‘Twilight’ Means to You

Alright Twilight fans, Boxoffice Weekly wants to know what Twilight means to you. Send in a pic and story of how Twilight has affected your life!

Boxoffice Weekly on the iPad is saluting Twilight fans in a special issue out on November 10th. Our column Fantastic profiles the most diehard fans in the world, the people who Kristen Stewart tells us “fuel” her because they share her intense feelings for Bella. To enter, send a picture of yourself with your single favorite Twilight treasure and a paragraph about what Twilight means to you to All ages, all locations are welcome.


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This was one of my favorite moments in Twilight, when Edward takes Bella to school for the first time and everyone is looking at them. Then Edward says his sexy and sarcastic line,”Breaking all the rules now anyway. And since I’m going to hell!..”, and wraps his arm around Bella.

Love it.

Clip of that adorable part in Twilight:

Summit and NCM Fathom bringing back Twilight Tuesdays – with a twist

NCM Fathom and Summit Entertainment celebrate the upcoming release of the most anticipated movie event of the year, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part I, by bringing back the first three Twilight Saga films for special one-night engagements. This November, experience the magic and romance that have captivated audiences worldwide all over again, as all three Twilight Saga movies come to the big screen for a 3-night only theatrical event.

Twilight on November 1
During this first Twilight Saga Tuesdays event, fans will see an exclusive reel that will include behind-the-scenes footage from ComicCon 2008; fan footage from the Twilight Premiere; as well as commentary from cast members about their experiences making Twilight, and how the unprecedented fan turn out set the film and cast on the road to stardom. Also, for the first and only time on the big screen, fans will be treated to a special clip of Robert Pattinson performing the song, “Bella’s Lullaby,” which is featured in Twilight.

The Twilight Saga: New Moon on November 8Before the start of the November 8 event, fans will see behind-the-scenes coverage of the filming of The Twilight Saga: New Moon in Italy, as well as footage from other New Moon fan events.

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse on November 15This final event kicks off with exciting footage from one of the largest Hollywood premieres ever with more than 4,500 guests and 5,000 fans in attendance. Cast members will also discuss their favorite scenes from The Twilight Saga: Eclipse and share never-before-seen footage from Comic-Con 2011.

Each event will begin at 7:30 pm (local time) Twilight Saga Tuesdays will begin with exclusive introductions from the cast members, compelling interviews with the stars answering the questions that Twilight Saga aficionados have always wanted answered and amazing clips from the many fan fests over the years. This special behind-the-scenes content will be immediately followed by the Twilight Saga films.
Showing at more than 730 select theaters across the country, Twilight Saga Tuesdays is the largest event ever distributed to theaters by NCM Fathom. Tickets for Twilight Saga Tuesdays are available at participating theater box offices and online today at! For a complete list of theater locations and prices, visit the NCM Fathom website (theaters and participants are subject to change).

‘Twilight’ Prom Hotel Going Up For Auction

Prepare for some disappointing news…

Sadly, the View Point Inn – which served as the set location for Twilight’s prom scene and recently suffered losses resulting from a fire – will be put up for auction soon after being lost by its owners.  

KPTV reports that the owners were ordered to abandon the property after bankruptcy court proceedings and that it is now “in the hands of a trustee who will look for potential bidders.”  

No word on the condition of the property, but the local clerk of court information (also via KPTV) shows that the decision to abandon resulted from the property being “burndensome to the estate.”  

Evidently, two potential bidders were present for court proceedings, so interest is already being shown in the property.