And just like that, Revolution is back! Well, almost!
The show will return on Monday, March 25, and by the looks of things, it’s coming back stronger that it ever was, picking up from the midseason cliffhanger.
Ch-ch-check out the EXPLOSIVE first 8 minutes of the midseason premiere …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Complete with helicopters and scenes of outright warfare, things are getting very, very dangerous for Miles and his team. But the show isn’t just turning up the explosive heat — prepare to see some steam between Miles and Nora AND Aaron and Rachel.
With the Rebels on one side and the Monroe Republic on the other, we know we’re in for some high-action!
For the last four days, hundreds upon hundreds of Twilight fans have been camped out in front of Nokia Live theater in breathless anticipation for the world premiere of Eclipse. (Seriously, we bet a lot of them have opted to stop breathing due to the smell!)
Well, yesterday afternoon, they got a little taste of what is to come as some of the actors from the franchise went to the downtown camping grounds, now being referred to as Tent City, to say hello to their devoted fans.
Among the stars to visit were Jackson Rathbone, Julia Jones, Billy Burke, and Peter Facinelli.
Check out the video above to get a glimpse of their visit.
P.S. - If you think you need to go downtown tonight, think again. We strongly suggest you stay far, FAR away, unless you want to be deafened by screams and bombard by angry Twi-Hards!
Now that the fourth Twilight novel is being turned into two films, Summit Entertainment rushed to get deals in place for stars Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner. Even deals for secondary stars Peter Facinelli and Billy Burke are done, but it hasn't been easy settling up with the entire cast.
The Cullen kids (i.e. Kellan Lutz and Ashley Greene) are demanding bigger paydays. Although their offers from Summit are at least 10 times their salary on the first film, the actors find the paycheck "offensive" given the money Twilight makes at the box office.
"We may have a situation where one of them is thrown out on the street to make a point," claims a source.
It's been said that as long as the main trio stays the same, audiences would forgive a casting change.