The love story of Shovelface and Mouth Breather comes to an end in the final installment of Honest Trailer's take on "The Twilight Saga," "Breaking Dawn." The hilarious takedown of the final two "Twilight" movies doesn't just mock Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, but also the Cullens, the "Snow Dogs" and the fact that vampires don't even sparkle in the sunlight anymore. Hey, that's a good point!
The funniest parts come from the Honest Trailers montage of all of "Breaking Dawn's" stares, the need for four different chess games and KStew's inability to apply toothpaste to a toothbrush. Yes, really, it happened. Check out the video after the jump!
If you are one of the many people afflicted with the "Twilight Saga" blues, then we have just the cure for you. The brilliant minds behind Bad Lip Reading videos have tackled the "Twilight Saga" yet again, and have created some of their best work yet.
Taking some of the most emotional moments from the "Twilight" series and turning them into some of its funniest is no easy feat, but the lip reading experts manage to do so with flying colors here. Just what were Edward and Bella talking about when he was leaving her in "New Moon" if it wasn't about her taking her rabbit to the vet? And remember that time when Bella crashed Jacob's dirt bike because she ran over a gummy bear? Yeah, those were some of our favorite scenes too. Check out the video after the jump.
MTV News has been covering "The Twilight Saga" for a very long time, and news correspondent/"After Hours" host Josh Horowitz has been there for most of it. He already wrote a long thank-you letter to the series for all its done for him professionally, but that wasn't enough for Horowitz. No, he also wanted to make sure that he checked off every item on his "Twilight" bucket by the time the "Breaking Dawn -- Part 2" premiere was over.
Could he do it? Did he get drunk with the cast? Have prolonged physical contact with some of our favorite actors? Provoke startling revelations from those he spoke with? Well, you'll just have to watch the above video to find out. Once you're done, please continue to mourn the fact that there won't be any more "Twilight"-themed "After Hours" just like you have been doing all weekend.
What is on your "Twilight Saga" bucket list? Tell us in the comments section below or on Twitter!
It's easy to joke that "Twilight" is nothing but the characters giving each other very serious stares, but it's not until you edit them all together that you realize how much staring their really is.
The folks over at Film.com have made a supercut of all of the time Edward Cullen stares very intensely. (Spoiler alert: He does it many, many times.)
Guys! "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" comes out today. If you haven't done your due diligence and marathoned the series as a refresher course, we're here to help.
As it turns out, the "Twilight Saga" really lends itself to being retold in GIFs, so that's what we decided to do.
Here is the entire "Twilight Saga," up until this point, told mostly in GIFs.
So I bet you think that "Twilight" is all about love triangles and crying in the woods when your boyfriend dumps you. Yes, that's all a major part of what has made the paranormal romance series a major success, but you can't bring families of vampires and werewolves together without some badassery going down. It's just impossible.
So in honor of the final installment of "The Twilight Saga" hitting theaters tomorrow, let's take a look back at some of the most kickass moments in the series' history.
Check out our list after the jump!
Just as we preparing to say "goodbye" to one of the world's Stephenie Meyer create, we are just beginning to get excited for the introduction to another.
"The Host," based on Meyer's first adult novel, is set for a March 2013 release with "Hanna" star Saoirse Ronan in the lead role, but the first theatrical trailer for the adaptation will debut tomorrow on MTV.com at 7 a.m. ET.
Ronan recently spoke with MTV News' Josh Horowitz about "The Host" and the inevitable "Twilight" comparisons.
FROM HOLLYWOOD CRUSH
We are one week away from the final adventures of Edward and Bella, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2," but before we can say our final good-byes, it's probably best to take a trip down memory lane.
That's why it's so perfect that this weekend (November 10 and 11) MTV will be revisiting some of our best interviews with Rob, Kristen, and the rest of the "Twilight" cast as we countdown to the epic conclusion of saga.
Tune into MTV this weekend to see the segments hosted by MTV News' Josh Horowitz that go all the way back to 2008, when it was all just beginning.
Head over to Hollywood Crush for the full details!
Have you ever noticed that the plot of each movie in "The Twilight Saga" usually revolves around keeping Bella safe? Yes, there's a love triangle and that thing about doing something to an infant, but it always comes back to Bella not being able defend herself.
If you don't believe us, all you have to do is watch the supercut above that edits together every reference to Bella's safety and her need for protection.
There are a lot more than you'd expect, but Charlie Swan is very familiar with how often he has to hear about it.
"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" opens in theaters on November 16.
Guys, it's time to face the facts. "The Twilight Saga" is ending, and right now might be the last time we get an opportunity to get the cast together and ask them difficult questions that can only be answered with either a "yes" or a "no."
Returning for one last edition of "The Yes/No Show," the cast of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" answer the questions you need "yes" or "no" answers to, like could Bella kick Katniss' ass? Have any of the cast member read fan fiction? Isn't Stephenie Meyer kind of a pervert?
You can get all of your answers in the newest episode of After Hours in the video above!