Kellan Lutz, Kristen Stewart and, Robert Pattinson, Twilight - Summit Entertainment
Twilight, a forbidden love story between a gorgeous vampire and a plain human girl, could rival the tickets sales and fan mania last seen during the Leo and Kate days of Titanic. With a fan base already built from the four adored novels, The Twilight Saga, (it has sold over 25 million copies worldwide) the nervous, hormonal teenage energy anticipating the film alone, if properly harnessed, could solve our energy crisis.
For fans of the Twilight book series, anticipation of the big-screen version has been building for months. Minute details of the film's production have been subject to scrutiny, with devotees debating the merits of casting choices, costumes and more.
To see what moviegoers think of the new flick , TVGuide.com's Erin Fox talked to fans at one of Twilight's midnight screenings. But after the hype, the excitement and the closing credits, there was really only one question: Should Bella (Kristen Stewart) be with the sexy, brooding vampire, Edward (Robert Pattinson)? Or with her best friend, the adorable, gentle Jacob (Taylor Lautner)? See how fans are reacting in the video below, and then tell us which guy's team you're on after the jump.
Bob Saget will still lord over another full house, sources tell TVGuide.com, despite concerns that his new sitcom had been rendered homeless.
Robert Pattinson, Twilight
Robert Pattinson was intimidated to audition for the role of Twilight's leading man — and his confidence didn't get a boost when fans decried his casting.
The uneasiness started before he was even cast as Edward Cullen, when he read 50 pages of the original vampire book.
"Even in the synopsis," he told reporters, "it's like, 'Edward is the perfect being. He's so witty and beautiful, and so crazy, he's funny, he'll open doors for you and stuff," adding with a laugh, "'He'll drive you in his Volvo.'"
Cat Deeley is not your typical reality show host. Throughout the four years that she's been hosting Fox's So You Think You Can Dance, her genuine kindness toward and camaraderie with the constants has made her a large part of the heart of the show. Have you seen her in her pretty clothes hugging and consoling all the sweaty dancers? Or how about when she stole Twitch's grill and put it in her mouth!
When we caught up with Cat at the first auditions of the upcoming season in Brooklyn, we had the chance to chat about...
Read more and watch the video after the jump!
Though the start of Jack Bauer's next day-long odyssey is still a couple of months away, the clock will resume ticking this Sunday at 8 pm/ET, when Fox airs 24: Redemption, a TV-movie that bridges the gap between Seasons 6 and 7 (which was delayed a year by the WGA strike).
Filmed largely in South Africa, the flick finds Jack compelled to save a group of young orphans from being recruited as soldiers into a guerilla army, all the while dodging a subpoena to appear before the U.S. Senate. Yes, all events occur in real time.
But is it nearing time for Kiefer Sutherland to call it a day? Get his answer to that question, in the video appearing after the jump.
30 Rock, Dirty Sexy Money, America's Next Top Model
No shirt or shoes were required this week, as the world went mad: Two of our favorite shows went to their deaths with dignity — and sex appeal. There was talk of eating cats, but a Thanksgiving turkey got a pardon. Steve Martin went back to being silly, and to top it all off, the future leader of the free world admitted that one person still intimidates him. Enjoy our Top Moments, end of the world edition.
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
TV Guide's Senior Critic Matt Roush takes your TV questions. Have a rant, rave or burning question about your favorite show you'd like addressed? E-mail him here!
Question: Sometimes I ask God why it was decided that I should be a sci-fi geek. I don't know about anyone else, but I have been impressed with the character development on Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. It is clear that Fox asked the producers to cut back on special effects to save money, so the writers had to actually (gasp!) write. I think they've done a wonderful job. I am enjoying the development of John and Cameron the most, but also of Sarah, Derek and Ellison. And then Fox pulls a Firefly on me and moves it to Friday along with Dollhouse. I don't understand how Fox and other networks cannot get this ...
See the rest of this question, Matt's response, and questions on Grey's Anatomy, Life, Brothers & Sisters, Pushing Daisies, Ghost Whispere, Kath & Kim and more after the jump
Valentine fans may now suffer broken hearts, but fighters for Jericho can rejoice in reruns.
The CW is saying good-bye to its Sunday-night buy-time deal with Media Rights Capital, and welcoming back Jericho to help fill the sudden void.
One source says that the CW nixed the agreement after MRC fell behind on payments, while another insider denies the allegation...
Not all of the scheduling moves ABC made on Thursday carried the taint of gloom and doom. (See: "Dirty Sexy, Daisies and Eli All Goners.")
The Alphabet net has announced a Tuesday, Jan. 6, premiere for Scrubs, which until now had aired on NBC. J.D., Turk and the gang will air double-episodes Tuesdays at 9 pm/ET for two weeks, before settling into a Tuesdays-at-9:30 home.
In other ABC scheduling news, Life on Mars is getting moved to Wednesdays at 10 — where it will lead out of Lost (starting Jan. 28, Mars' next fresh outing). In doing so, the Thursdays-at-10 slot will be freed up for Private Practice, which will air immediately after its mother show, Grey's Anatomy starting Jan. 8.
Life on Mars also has received an order for four additional Season 1 scripts, for a total of 17 thus far.