It’s Sunday, so here are your current box office totals:
Note: You can get an actual counter widget at His Golden Eyes. WordPress won’t allow the script, so the one above is just a screenshot.
There are some more articles out there about Dakota signing for New Moon. She hasn’t officially signed, but sources say she’s close.
Dakota Fanning Close to Signing New Moon Deal
“Teen star Dakota Fanning confirmed Saturday she’s close to signing to do the Mary role in the Twilight sequel New Moon which starts filming in March. Jane is the Italian Vulturi vampire and it would mark the first time Fanning would take on the role of a villain in a film.
‘It’s definitely something I look forward to doing,” said Fanning during an L. A. interview for the sci-fi film Push opening Feb. 6.
If Fanning were to sign on for New Moon — and it looks likely — it would fire up an already blazing film series based on Stepehenie Meyer’s best selling book saga. The first film in the series made over $300 million world wide. Not surprisingly, New Moon is scheduled to open in November, which is a quick turnaround.
According to insiders Fanny’s representatives will meet with the filmmakers this week but both parties are near a deal and are just working out the numbers.
Although Fanning said she’s hopeful, she’s waiting for the deal to become official before she will discuss the movie or the series, although she admitted to looking forward to working with New Moon director Chris Weitz. “We’ll see,” she said.”
During our exclusive interview I asked Dakota about the rumors that she would be playing the vampire Jane in the upcoming sequel to Twilight, New Moon.
She confirmed that she is in talks for the role and then we should have an official announcement soon. She expressed her fandom for all things Twilight and that she would love to be in the film.
Also, Kaleb Nation has added a new post over at Twilight Guy
Read it here.
Everglow has added a buttload of German magazine scans.
See them here.
Here’s a preview:
Bellaandedward.com has also added some new magazine scans, such as the February issue of M.
See them here.