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  • 'Blood Ransom' vampire tale is a bit anemic

    'Blood Ransom' vampire tale is a bit anemic
    A number of bicultural filmmakers — think Ang Lee and Mira Nair — found their early success delving deep into their heritages and serving up exotic films for American consumption, even if they did so out of practical considerations like lower production costs overseas and foreign film grants.
  • Book review: With 'Prince Lestat,' Anne Rice brings vampire novel back from dead

    Book review: With 'Prince Lestat,' Anne Rice brings vampire novel back from dead
    Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles on Dipity. Prince Lestat by Anne Rice 3 stars Before Stephenie Meyer watered down vampires with sparkles and high school drama, Anne Rice reigned supreme in the world of the undead. With “Prince Lestat,&...

    Kristen Stewart: 'Twilight' 'took so much' but 'did not leave us empty'

    Kristen Stewart is finally making fond remarks about her experience on "The Twilight Saga" films. The actress, who skyrocketed to fame as the vampire franchise's lead character Bella Swan, reflected on the five-year experience with E! News, which...

    Lionsgate Reviving 'Twilight' Franchise Via Facebook

    Liosngate is reviving its powerful "Twilight" franchise by selecting five female directors to make short films based on the series' characters. The short films, financed by Lionsgate and its production partners, will be shown exclusively on Facebook next...

    Seeking female directors: Lionsgate to revive 'Twilight Saga' online

    Seeking female directors: Lionsgate to revive 'Twilight Saga' online
    It's no secret that Hollywood has a diversity problem when it comes to gender. According to a study released this month by the Geena Davis Institute on Gender and Media and USC's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, just 7% of major film...