Chris Weitz was determined to get the moon right. And when you have a movie about vampires and werewolves whose fans pay attention to every detail, it's important to get the moon right.
Chris Weitz also says that "his homie" Anna Kendrick got his Oscar vote
Fans of the vampire saga may have more movies to look forward to than expected
Kellan Lutz says he was voted "best kisser" when he was a kid in school
"New Moon," the latest film in "The Twilight Saga" is doing record business at the box office.
Chris Weitz will make one more film before calling it quits from Hollywood ... to surf and learn kung fu
A new New Moon clip shows an extended, yet agonizing smooch with Edward
Chris Weitz hopes moviegoers are moved by Kristen, Taylor and Rob's onscreen love triangle
With "New Moon" ready to rise in theaters November 20, director Chris Weitz wants it known: He is going to try to make you cry.
Plus, a first look at a tender Bella & Edward moment in Eclipse
A series of pictures shows the hunky werewolf and the other members of the onscreen love triangle in New Moon
Director Chris Weitz promises the "magnificently scary" vampires will chill fans
Jamie Campbell Bower, who plays Volturi bloodsucker Caius, jokes about baring it all
Canadian model-actress Noot Seear's first film role is as villainous vampire Heidi
Chaske Spencer, Alex Meraz, Kiowa Gordon and Bronson Pelletier join Taylor Lautner in the Twilight sequel
It's (finally!) official: Dakota Fanning is getting her fangs.
The screenwriter tells PEOPLE the werewolf character she auditioned for doesn't show up until the third movie
The teen actor, who's been working hard to buff up, won't be replaced as Jacob Black
Already 19 lbs. heavier, he wants to pack on 10 more in hopes of returning to play Jacob Black in New Moon
"Torches and pitchforks" won't be necessary for Chris Weitz who will helm New Moon, says Stephenie Meyer
Jaden Smith is getting a small taste of what it's like to walk in dad Will's action-blockbuster shoes.
The Golden Compass comes to the screen, cleansed of theology, but with a few jaw-dropping moments
There's plenty riding on "The Golden Compass," a $180 million fantasy family film based on the first book in author Philip Pullman's "His Dark Materials" trilogy.
Daniel Craig and Nicole Kidman delve into the controversy surrounding the new fantasy epic, "The Golden Compass."
Bob Shaye and Michael Lynne, co-chairmen and CEOs of New Line Cinema, are huddled together at a conference table in their New York City offices, trying to work out exactly how to spend $130 million...