Everyone has watched at least one of the five films in the Twilight Saga. And if you were a fan like us, you faked your age to watch the latest theater games. The movies – Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, and Breaking Dawn Parts 1 & 2 – were unforgettable commercial successes, so it’s not shocking to hear that the production house, Summit Entertainment, could be making another movie in the franchise. .
Released on the big screen in 2008, the films based on the books of the same name by Stephenie Meyer starred Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner in the lead roles. While Pattinson played a centuries-old vampire, Lautner played a werewolf, and Stewart a teenage girl turned vampire. The series has grossed more than $ 3.3 billion worldwide and is one of the production house’s biggest commercial successes.
In August 2020, author Stephenie Meyer rekindled the Twilight Flame with the release of Midnight Sun. From the perspective of Edward Cullen, aka Robert Pattinson’s character, the book has become a hit with established fans of his work. Given the love the franchise continues to receive, we’re not shocked that Summit Entertainment may want to adapt it to the big screen. In case you didn’t know, the production company owns the rights to adapt Meyer’s work for the big screen.
Moving this news forward is a report from insider Daniel Richtman. As reported by WeGotThisCovered, the report claims that not only does Summit Entertainment want to bring Twilight back to theaters, but also have an actor reprise his role. According to the news shared by Daniel, the production house wants Kristen Stewart to return as Bella Swan.
While he hasn’t shared more details about it, we wonder if Stewart will be returning to the Twilight franchise as Bella. The actress is currently filming Spencer, where she is trying out the role of Princess Diana.
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