It’s been a little while since we had a new Robert Pattinson poster to look at, but BOY does he ever deliver when it comes to movie posters! Not only does he have a new film coming out, but he also recreated the poster for the first movie that made him a superstar. We’re talking about the Twilight series here, people! This poster won’t be available for long, so be sure to check it out before it sells out!

The Twilight series has accomplished something that very few films can claim – it made a grown man cry. Not just a little weeper, either. The franchise changed how people see vampires, was inspired by true events, and even continued after the actor who played Edward Cullen left the series. Though the films are now over, the magic continues thanks to a dedicated audience who have stuck with the franchise all these years.

The latest installment, New Moon, directed by Bill Condon, opens in theaters today – which is double secret because it’s a Tuesday! – and is arguably the most emotional film in the Twilight saga to date. In the movie, we see a grown-up Bella (Alice Watts) who has just turned into a beautiful young woman, confronting her past, her present, and deciding what’s next for her life. What better way to celebrate this special moment than with a gorgeous new poster?

If you’re into vampire lore, you’re in for a real treat. Not only does New Moon feature some of the most gorgeous vampires ever put on film (and who doesn’t love a good romance?), but it’s also the most detailed analysis of a vampire’s life ever put to screen. For fans of the Dark Arts, this movie is a must-see! It doesn’t hurt that the special effects are gorgeous, either – and we’re not just talking about Bella’s vampire outfit here. We’re also treated to some seamless and highly detailed computer graphics that seamlessly blend with live action. It really is something to behold.

The biggest surprise of New Moon has to be its protagonist. We’re not exactly sure what kind of impact the Twilight films had on the world, but it definitely changed the game when it came to creating female leads. The films helped to redefine beauty standards, offering inspiration and encouragement to those who wanted to follow a similar lifestyle. When we meet Bella in the film, she’s already in superwoman mode, ready to take on the world and live her best life. It almost makes you root for her rather than Edward, since she’s clearly more interesting to follow – and we’re not just talking about her struggle with vampirism here!

There are, however, a few issues that the movie tends to face. First off, it really doesn’t feel like a standalone film. The last film in the series, Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1, ends on a pretty major cliffhanger, so you’ll definitely want to see it before entering the theater. Besides, if you’ve never heard of a bloodlust frenzy, you might want to look it up before watching this movie. It turns out that not all vampires are as cool as Edward and his ilk – some people get really, really mad when they drink human blood. So if you know that you’re not a fan of violence, there may be a few scary moments for you in New Moon. The scene where Charlie (Chris O’Dowd) is being attacked by a vampire is definitely one of the most gruesome scenes in cinematic history, and it’s not really something that you’ll want to experience without having seen the previous film first.

Robert Pattinson’s Most Iconic Photo Shoot

If you’ve never heard of photographer Michael Williams, you’re probably wondering where all this is going. Well, let’s start from the beginning. In 2010, Pattinson came out with a series of ads that were nothing short of iconic. Known for his use of beautiful women and candid shots, Williams managed to capture some truly remarkable moments. In an interview with [title], he shared that he was drawn to Pattinson after seeing his acting in films like [title] and [title].

“I’d seen him in other films and thought he was a good actor, so I decided to give him a go at directing,” Williams said. “He’s a really nice guy and easy to work with, so I didn’t have any trouble getting the photos I wanted.”

The first image to catch fire was Pattinson in a bikini, lying on a beach with a snake coiled around his body. He was photographed by the water’s edge, with an ode to snakes and their lust for living symbolizing his decadent and devil-may-care attitude. In an interview with [title], Pattinson said that having a camera shoved in his face is something he doesn’t particularly enjoy, but in this particular case, he said it was all worth it. The reaction to this photo was so positive that Williams decided to make more scenes like this, featuring various animals and nature elements instead of just snakes. It was the [title] series that put Williams on the map, but he continued to photograph famous faces for commercial projects like [title] and [title], as well as music videos for artists like [title] and [artist].

The second iconic image that comes to mind is Pattinson in a bathrobe, relaxing with a glass of wine. It’s an image that was used to promote the film [title], though it was actually shot for the cover of the DVD. The bathrobe is, of course, one of the most recognizable images of Pattinson, and it’s even been used as his Twitter header. The photographer said that he was really lucky to be chosen for the cover of this particular film, as the director was a fan of his work and wanted to see more of it. We have to admit, this scene is rather relaxing to look at, and it has become one of Williams’ most popular images.

New Moon Poster

Now, we’ll shift our attention to the most recent film to be released by the [title] juggernaut. If you’ve been waiting patiently for our reviews of Twilight, you may be wondering why we’re so quiet now that New Moon has been released. Don’t worry – we’re just taking a little break, but we’re back now and ready to jump back into the fray. We’ve got an [title] saga film to review, and it’s been a long time coming. The last film in the series premiered in 2014, so we’re really looking forward to jumping back into the fray. 

It’s been a while since we had a new film from [title], so it’s about time that we got our fill of gorgeous men and spectacular scenery. As you’d expect from a [title] film, New Moon is pretty spectacular, with some gorgeous cinematography and amazing performances from the leads. What’s more is that the movie actually feels like a [title] film rather than a watered-down [title]/[artist] hybrid. Though Bill Condon, who directed Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 and 2, [artist], didn’t direct this film, it still has that magical [title] feel about it. It might be the most important [title] film since the first one, [title], because it signifies the beginning of the end for Bella and her romance with Edward.

The biggest problem that New Moon has is that it doesn’t feel like a complete or satisfactory film. There’s a gaping plot hole that seems to have been dropped deliberately, but it’s such a shame that it doesn’t feel like the movie that everyone involved wanted it to be. Though it’s not [title]’s fault, it certainly doesn’t help matters. We’ve seen this sort of thing before, with the [title] films deliberately leaving major plot points out to make more content for the fans. It’s frustrating to see filmmakers do this, as it almost feels deliberate, like they want to see how much they can get away with. This is particularly egregious in the case of New Moon, since the whole point of making this film was to bring the characters closer to the audience. It would have been so much more effective if this film had included these elements, since it would have given the movie some substance.