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New Moon Mania: What’s Next for the Cast?

November 29, 2009

The Twilight Saga: New Moon made an astounding $140.7 million in box office earnings over the weekend, and the film’s young cast is no doubt celebrating – but they’re hardly taking a breather. A guide to what’s next for the series and its stars:

• What’s up with Kristen Stewart‘s next movie?
The actress otherwise known as Bella, 19, has been busy with non-Twilight projects. She stars as (another!) troubled teen in the New Orleans-set drama The Yellow Handkerchief, due Feb. 12. And she’ll also appear in Welcome to the Rileys, a drama in which she plays a lap dancer, as well as the Joan Jett biopic The Runaways, headlining as the famed rocker alongside her New Moon costar Dakota Fanning.

• Where’s the best place for fans looking to get their Team Edward and Team Jacob fixes?
New Moon audiences got a sneak peek of Robert Pattinson‘s next film, Remember Me, which opens March 12. (He plays a wayward college student opposite Lost‘s Emilie de Ravin.) And Twilight‘s Edward, 23, is attached to two other upcoming projects: Unbound Captives, a western costarring Hugh Jackman, and Bel Ami, a drama about an ambitious journalist who becomes involved with a Paris socialite, played by Uma Thurman). As for a certain sexy werewolf, Taylor Lautner, 17, appears (minus the fur and fangs but with his real-life sweetie Taylor Swift!) in the ensemble romantic comedy Valentine’s Day, opening Feb. 12.


posted by_Carlie

One Comment leave one →
  1. KristenRULES!! permalink
    November 29, 2009 6:13 pm

    Kristen’s next few films seem really awesome!

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