Vampires and werewolves unite! The cast of twilight were joined by a number of celebrity friends as they took to the black carpet at Monday’s premiere of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1.
Fans queued for days by the theatre to score autographs and pictures from their favourite Twilight actors such as Kirsten Stewart, and heartthrobs Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner. Also in attendance were Twilight author Stephanie Meyer, singer Cody Simpson, 90210’s Matt Lanter and Bruno Mars, who’s song “It Will Rain” is featured on the soundtrack.
One thing is for sure – the cast dressed to impress! Stewart, who plays Bella Swan, was all smiles as she stunned the crowd with her J Mendel purple sequined dress with a thigh high slit revealing her never-ending legs.
Robert Pattinson took away the breath of every girl in the audience, no doubt, looking as dashing as ever in a crisp
Taylor Lautner was dressed to perfection in his grey suit and purple tie. Is that a Movember moustache we see him sporting? We like!
The Cullen boys took to the red carpet in individual styles. Kellan Lutz blending in to the carpet with his all-black ensemble, making his blue eyes stand out quite nicely. Peter Facinelli wore a blue suit and scarf, overtop a white button down shirt. Jackson Rathbone proved his individuality by sporting a red velvet suit – wow!
The women of the Cullen clan looked ravishing. Ashely Greene was seen in a sultry red Donna Karan strapless tulle dress. Elizabeth Reaser wore a vintage beaded dress that lit up the carpet, and Nikki Reed put on asimple yet stunning green, over-the-shoulder chiffon dress.
Stephenie Meyer, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Bruno Mars, Danica Patrick, Liam Hemsworth, and Kendall and Kylie Jenner all graced the carpet with their presence.
With the release of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1 vastly approaching, actor Taylor Lautner continues to prove to the world that he can do much more than play an extremely good-looking werewolf.
Although he didn’t do such a good job supporting his case with his box-office-flop-of-a-movie Abduction, Lautner has been lining up a few non-vampire-or-werewolf related movies, and is currently in the midst of sealing the deal on a small-budget film Director Gus Van Sant, whose credits include Milk and Good Will Hunting. The film is said to be based off an article from The New Yorker. More details on the rest of the crew are said to be released by the end of this week.
It’s believed that Lautner’s new project with Van Sant will do wonders for his career, proving his acting chops. Yet it’s hard to forget all those great actors before him who were typecasted for the rest of their acting careers, always in a continuous struggle to break free without any developments. After all, once you’re bit by a werewolf, you can never be fully human again.