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Melissa Rosenberg, long attached to "Jessica Jones," is reported to be writing and executive producing the Netflix series starring the character.
Author Stephenie Meyer and director Andrew Niccol gave fans at Comic-Con International a first-ever look at numerous pieces of footage from Meyer’s "Twilight" follow-up "The Host."
Author Stephenie Meyer joined the cast of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" at Comic-Con International to reveal the first seven minutes of the film and to discuss the finale of the blockbuster franchise.
A 53-year-old "Twilight" fan who was camping outside the San Diego Convention Center in anticipation of CCI's Thursday's Hall H panel died this morning after being struck by a car.
Yen Press has announced two new installments in the record-shattering adaptations of Stephenie Meyer's"Twilight" graphic novels: "New Moon" and an omnibus collector's edition of "Twilight."
Marc Bernardin runs down the noteworthy releases out today on DVD and Blu-ray, including "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1," "A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas" and the second season of "Downton Abbey."
Despite an absurd plot, wooden performances and clunky dialogue, "Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1" is made bearable, maybe even entertaining, by director Bill Condon, who seems to revel in the franchise's campiness.
SPINOFF enters the lion’s -- or is that werewolf's? — den with firsthand, moment-by-moment reaction to Summit Entertainment’s "Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1" presentation in Hall H.
Brad Meltzer returns to CBR for the final installment "Twilight," explaining how his story boils down the entire Buffy mythos into an argument, what fans can expect after the last page reveal and his future comics plans.
Writer Brad Meltzer returns to CBR to talk about how the pivotal "F#@%ing" issue of Joss Whedon's ongoing serial from making the sex matter in multiple ways to tying together Buffy's big mythological threads and the fate of Spike.
In her latest installment of SHE HAS NO HEAD, Kelly Thompson discusses "X-23" #1 and whether or not today's comic book companies know how to create a comic that can appeal to adults and teen girls.
Brad Meltzer gives a behind the scenes look at how he built the various elements of "Buffy Season 8's" penultimate arc, from the real story behind Twilight to the hidden miseries awaiting Buffy and Giles.
With Twilight's identity out of the bag and into the hands of fans, the creator of Buffy and Angel revealed to CBR what it all means for the impending season finale before teasing at what's in store for "Buffy Season 9."
The creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer weighs in on the unscheduled revelation that shocked fans, hints at what's in store for issue #31 and sets the record straight on his series' connection to IDW's "Angel."
"Angel" writer Bill Willingham responds to last week's big Twilight-related news insofar as it relates to his current work on the vampire hero's ongoing IDW series, as does "Buffy" editor Scott Allie.
Yesterday, we learned that "Buffy Season 8" villain Twilight's identity would be revealed in issue #33. Later, a cover image identifying Twilight as President Obama surfaced. We spoke with editor Scott Allie for the real story.
UPDATED: CBR News has received new cover art for "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8" #33 that reveals none other than President Obama as the secret identity of the series' main villain, Twilight.
"Astro Boy" and "Sorority Row" were just some of the offerings from Summit Entertainment but it was the cast of Twilight that fans camped outside for over a day to see.
The Comic-Con marketing and PR chief gives CBR News the rundown on how the San Diego show dealt with ticket sell outs to "Twilight" fandemonium to the future of the show.
She’s jealously listened to all her friends gush over this thing called Comic-Con International for years. Now that The Nerdy Bird is finally here, what does she think? More importantly, what did she see?
EW.com has confirmed that Yen Press will be publishing "Twilight" in graphic-novel form. Author Stephenie Meyer is said to be overseeing the project, with artwork by Young Kim.
Whatever Happened to the DC Sci-Fi Heroes? Tim answers that question by taking an in-depth look at a lost classic from the Modern Age: Howard Chaykin and Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez's underrated 1990 mini-series, "Twilight."