TWILIGHT: THE COMPLETE JOURNEY By the Editors of Entertainment Weekly

For immediate release 

Stunning Photos, Candid Interviews, Inside Scoop on All Five Movies and 5 Pullout Magazine Cover Posters

NEW YORK, October 9, 2012 – Long before The Twilight Saga became an international phenomenon, Entertainment Weekly was writing about it, and Twilight: TheComplete Journey (Time Home Entertainment, Inc.; Trade Paperback; October, 2012; $17.95 represents the best of five years’ worth of behind-the-scenes access. EW’s writers won the trust of the cast and Stephenie Meyer as they talked openly, honestly and often hilariously about the Twilight journey.

The book tells the story from the beginning, precisely as it happened. You’ll be able to meet Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner when they’re still unknown stars and follow them on their five-year adventure from the first film to the premiere of Breaking Dawn Part 2 – seeing what changes from fame and what doesn’t. Edited by EW Deputy Managing Editor Jeff Giles along with stories contributed by Senior Writers Sara Vilkomerson and Karen Valby, Twilight: The Complete Journey offers insight into the world of Hollywood through three young stars that are proud of being raw and real.

Twilight: The Complete Journey features:

  • Intimate interviews with the cast and behind-the-scenes set photos
  • Brand-new EW coverage of the films, including spotlights on the Wolf Pack and Bella’s friends and family
  • In-depth stories and “By the Numbers” trivia on all five movies
  • 5 pullout magazine cover posters from EW’s Twilight issues

Readers will also get an in-depth look at the making and success of the films with behind-the-scenes photos of the cast on set and the fan frenzy at Twilight premieres. With a preface from Stephenie Meyer and dozens of iconic photographs, the book is a keepsake for fans of a phenomenon that changed not only the lives of three young actors, but of Hollywood itself.

Twilight: The Complete Journey
Time Home Entertainment Inc.; October 2, 2012
Trade Paperback; $17.95
ISBN 10: 1-60320-169-6
ISBN 13: 978-1-60320-196-8


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