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Starting with a scene of Barack Obama delivering his speech at recent Democratic National Convention, the clip then follows Rozay as he parties with friends like P. Diddy and French Montana.
'On This Winter's Night' will be available in stores starting October 22 and include 'A Holly Jolly Christmas', 'Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)' and more in the tracklist.
Taking place on November 15, the marathon event will also have an early screening for 'The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part II' in selected theaters in North America.
Willis gets into character as John McClane, who can't focus on his duty because he's 'distracted' by Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson's breakup news.
In his belated birthday celebration in the Sin City, the Olympic gold medalist says he is looking for a perfect girl who can make him smile and laugh to 'settle down a bit.'
The former off-screen lovers, who play the main couple in the 'Twilight' film series, and their co-star Taylor Lautner opt out of attending the final four official conventions for the movie franchise.
Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner dish on the 'true love' between Edward and Jacob, while Kristen Stewart gushes about her feeling about filming the last 'Twilight Saga' movie.
The studio offers condolences to the family and friends of Gisella G., a Twihard who's killed outside the San Diego Convention Center on Tuesday morning, July 10.
There was a rumor that Lionsgate's execs have been discussing internally to reboot the film franchise to celebrate the fifth anniversary.
The studio behind 'The Hunger Games' has closed a deal to buy the studio that develops the 'Twilight Saga' film franchise in a $412.5 million cash and stock deal.
Follow Travis McCoy as he travels from one city to another while at the same time trying to make his long-distance relationship work.
Aiming to end the feud between the fans of both sci-fi films, the Hikaru Sulu depicter suggests to make a 'Star Peace' and declares the vampire series as 'mutual threat to all science fiction.'