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There may only be 16 days left in 2016, but one of the most anticipated movies of the year is only just hitting theaters this weekend. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story will begin holding preview screenings tonight before setting its sights on what could end up the largest opening weekend of the year. Also hitting theaters this weekend is Will Smith's sentimental, holiday weeper Collateral Beauty to go along with the expansion of La La Land, which had the largest opening weekend per theater average of the year last weekend, and the nationwide expansion of Manchester by the Sea into over 1,200 theaters. »
- Brad Brevet
It's been nearly four years since the final Twilight movie, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2, hit theaters, bringing the cinematic franchise to a close. There had been rumors that the vampire franchise would continue on the big screen, but nothing has ever been confirmed. Today, it seems we're no closer to seeing a new Twilight movie than we were four years ago, but Lionsgate co-chairman Patrick Wachsberger recently revealed it's still "a possibility."
The five-movie franchise earned a whopping $1.3 billion at the domestic box office and $3.3 billion worldwide. During an interview with Screen Daily, Patrick Wachsberger revealed that it's certainly possible that this beloved franchise could continue in some way on the big screen. Here's what he had to say below, revealing that it's really up to author Stephenie Meyer regarding the franchise's continuation.
"It's a possibility. Not a certainty but it's a possibility. It's about Stephenie Meyer. »
2 items from 2016
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