The biggest question of the 85th Academy Awards wasn’t “Who will win Best Picture (or Director)?” but rather, “Why is Kristen Stewart on crutches?”
While we don’t have the full story, the cause seems to be pretty simple: Stupidity. Or, as she told MTV News as she breezed by on the Oscars red carpet, “I’m an idiot.” That’s self-explanatory enough to us.
Whatever the cause, Stewart had plenty of help throughout the night from her peers in the young adult film world. “The Hunger Games” leading lady Jennifer Lawrence assisted her on the red carpet, while “Harry Potter” star Daniel Radcliffe helped her limp on stage to present Best Production Design to “Lincoln.” Now that’s friendship.
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Twi-hards rejoice! The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 will finally be available on Blu-ray, DVD, Video On Demand and Digital Download on March 2, and both the Blu-ray and DVD features extensive bonus materials.
Some of the features include a seven-part “Making Of” documentary (exploring the difficulties in shooting Part 1 and Part 2 back-to-back), The Forgotten Green Day music video and audio commentary with director Bill Condon.
“The excitement of the worldwide sensation Twilight Saga’s final chapter culminates with a massive home entertainment release that will reach fans and retailers nationwide,” said Ron Schwartz, Lionsgate Executive Vice President & General Manager, Home Entertainment. “Both The Twilight Saga and The Hunger Games have changed the way studios and audiences look at the blockbuster, even altering how Hollywood rolls out its films. Making the DVD and Blu-Ray release as much of an event as the theatrical release gives our passionate fans an opportunity to celebrate this much-beloved film all over again.”
In the clips above, Summit Entertainment (a Lionsgate company) takes you behind-the-scenes into the making of some of the movie’s risky stunts as well as the risque romantic scenes between Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson.
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In what’s been a very long goodbye, “The Twilight Saga” franchise has one final gift up its sleeve: the DVD release of “Breaking Dawn – Part 2.”
omg! has an exclusive look at the nearly-hour-long bonus footage fans can find on the two-disc set, hitting Target shelves exclusively on March 2. In a never-before-seen interview, star Kristen Stewart discusses the vampire transformation of her character, Bella Swan. The clip (above) also includes commentary from “Twilight Saga” author Stephenie Meyer.
Just what else is inside the bonus goods?
Well, for starters, Taylor Lautner’s farewell to his character Jacob Black’s exposed torso.
“Final shirtless shot of ‘The Twlight Saga,’” Lautner jokes to a behind-the-scenes camera, flashing a thumbs up before shooting the buzzed-about scene where Jacob strips for Billy Burke’s Charlie Swan.
Additional content includes a featurette on the villainous Volturi and a fan-appreciation package shot on location at San Diego Comic-Con. A special edition movie poster is also up for grabs with a pre-order at Target.com.
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“Forever is only the beginning.” And for fans of the blockbuster ‘Twilight’ franchise, forever continues on Blu-ray.
Devotees of the supernatural love saga will be treated to eight minutes of never-before-seen footage when ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1′ Extended Edition debuts on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Download on Saturday, March 2, 2013.
In the penultimate chapter of the worldwide phenomenon, Bella and Edward must deal with the chain of consequences brought on by a marriage, honeymoon, and the tumultuous birth of a child, including new complications with werewolf Jacob Black.
Selected by director Bill Condon with true “Twihards” in mind, the additional footage (with optional audio commentary) delves deeper into the epic series with new and extended scenes — including fan favorites from the book — that didn’t make the final theatrical cut.
Watch the announcement video, then keep reading to see the full press release: