The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $300,531,751Details
International Box Office $399,058,930
Worldwide Box Office $699,590,681
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $180,362,449 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $34,228,661 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $214,591,110
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Synopsis

In ECLIPSE, Bella once again finds herself surrounded by danger as Seattle is ravaged by a string of mysterious killings and a malicious vampire continues her quest for revenge. In the midst of it all, she is forced to choose between her love for Edward and her friendship with Jacob -- knowing that her decision has the potential to ignite the struggle between vampire and werewolf. With her graduation quickly approaching, Bella is confronted with the most important decision of her life.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
49% - Rotten
Audience
60% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$68,000,000
Domestic Releases: June 30th, 2010 (Wide) by Summit Entertainment
June 30th, 2010 (IMAX) by Summit Entertainment, released as Eclipse
November 15th, 2011 (Special Engagement) by Summit Entertainment
November 15th, 2012 (Special Engagement) by Lionsgate
Video Release: December 4th, 2010 by Summit Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of action and violence, and some sensuality
(Rating bulletin 2120, 5/12/2010)
Franchise: Twilight
Keywords: Sequel With Lead Character Recast, Voiceover/Narration, Love Triangle, Graduation, Romance, Vampire, IMAX: DMR
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Temple Hill Productions, Maverick Films, Imprint Entertainment, Sunswept Entertainment

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Twilight came out in 2008 to a mixture of high buzz and abject horror. There were a lot of people who were major fans of the book series by Stephenie Meyer, while others consider Stephenie Meyer the worst author of all time. That might be a bit harsh. The first movie opened with mixed reviews, but smashed through all expectations with nearly $200 million domestically. A year later, New Moon came out and despite earning just 27% positive reviews. That's awful any way you look at it, but even so, it earned nearly $300 million at the box office. Clearly this franchise is critic-proof and I'm under no delusion that any of my criticisms will stop anyone from buying this 10-disc Blu-ray box set. I'm so convinced that no one will change their minds over my opinion of the movie that I'm going to keep that portion of the review to a minimum and concentrate on the extras instead. After all, anyone interested in this box set has already made up their mind about the movie and just want to know if this box set has enough extras to be worth the price. More...

DVD Sales: DVD is in the Twilight on its Run

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DVD Sales: Holdovers Hold On top Top Spots

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DVD Sales: Gru was Despicable to the Competition

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DVD Sales: New Releases Can't Eclipse Twilight

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DVD Sales: Latest Twilight Can't Eclipse Predecessors

The best new release of the week didn't actually come out this week. This is because The Twilight Saga: Eclipse wasn't released on Tuesday like the rest of the new releases, but on the weekend. Despite having fewer days to sell DVDs, it still topped the sales chart with 2.39 million units / $43.06 million; however, this was lower than the opening sales of its predecessors, both of which had the same release strategy. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for December 7th, 2010

It's the first Tuesday of December, and the last real week with multiple major releases. After this, the next few weeks are rather shallow in terms of first run releases. This week there are a number of titles that are worth adding to you collection, including the Pick of the Week, Inception on Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack. Restrepo is also worthy of consideration for that honor, as was either of the Criterion Collection releases, Cronos and Videodrome. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for November 30th, 2010

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Milestones and Records

This weekend saw a new industry record set, with The Twilight Saga: Eclipse becoming the fifth film to earn $300 million in 2010 (full 2010 details here), beating the four movies that topped $300 million in 2007 (2007 details). The Expendables also became the 18th film of the year to reach $100 million at the box office, although that is off last year's record-setting pace. More...

International Details: Toy Story Falls, and Rises, to Second Place

Over the past weekend, Toy Story 3 fell to second place on the international chart with $38.69 million on 7806 screens in 42 markets. However, it rose to second place for 2010 on the international chart with $436.65 million overtaking Shrek Forever After. The only 2010 release that has made more internationally is Alice in Wonderland. Worldwide it now has $826.41 million and it has very likely already surpassed Finding Nemo to become Pixar's biggest hit. The film's only major release of the week came in Germany over the weekend, where it made $4.03 million on 740 screens, bringing the total to $4.35 million. While this is a good result, its not great, and prior to this the film had been doing great. It also remained in the top spot in the U.K. over the weekend, with $12.81 million on 564 screens, for a two week total of $62.82 million. It has likely overtaken Alice in Wonderland to become the biggest hit of 2010 released in that market. As for the film's future, it has yet to open in South Korea and Scandinavia. If it does well in those markets, $1 billion worldwide is still within reach. More...

International Details: Inception's Fast Start

After opening in a few markets last weekend, Inception got its international run off in earnest last weekend and climbed into second place with $56.78 million on 5,177 screens in 36 markets for a still early total of $87.86 million. It opened in a number of major markets and debuted in first place in most of them. The biggest was Japan with $7.86 million on 525 screens over the weekend and $8.94 million in total. France was also a lucrative market for the film with $8.01 million on 626 screens, while in South Korea it made $6.01 million on 583 screens over the weekend and $7.89 million in total. Russia added $7.08 million on 895 screens to its weekend haul, while Australia produced $6.67 million on 413. The film only managed seventh in Mexico with just $467,000 on 152 screens, but this was a low screen count. In the U.K. the film was down just 29% to $6.47 million on 456 screens over the weekend for a total of $22.01 after two. More...

International Details: Twilight Setting But Still Strong

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse slipped to second place with $43.82 million on 9,527 screens in 61 markets for a total of $295.66 million internationally and $560.45 million worldwide. This includes a first place debut in Germany with $9.76 million on 767 screens over the weekend and $12.30 million in total. On the other hand, the film was down a stunning 75% in the U.K. to $5.19 million over the weekend and $33.84 million after two. The amazing growth the franchise saw from installment one to two is gone, but this is still a fantastically profitable movie. More...

Inception Starts Strong, but will it have Long Legs?

Neither of the two new releases were able to match expectations, while the holdovers were not able to compensate. This left the overall box office down 7% to $178 million for the weekend. That was still 11% higher than last year, lifting 2010's lead over 2009 to $6.22 billion to $5.97 billion. Attendance is still down by 2%, but revenue is higher by 4% thanks to the increased price for 3D tickets. More...

Feast and Famine at the Box Office

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Inception, one of the most anticipated films of the summer, hits theaters this weekend, which should help the box office keep up its torrid pace of the past few weeks. It will need to, because this time last year saw the release of The Half-Blood Prince, which was one of the most anticipated films of last summer. Inception likely won't top Half-Blood Prince at the box office, though it could come close. But combined with the other wide release and holdovers, 2010 should put another win under its belt. More...

International Top of the Chart: Another Milestone for Twilight

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse remained in top spot on the international chart for the second weekend in a row, and it also crossed another major milestone. It added $73.73 million over the weekend on 9,157 screens in 53 markets for a total of $216.04 million internationally, while it has $451.41 million worldwide. This is already more than the original Twilight earned in total. More...

Despicable is Anything But

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Weekend Estimates: Despicable is a Delight for Universal

The long wait for an out and out hit is over for Universal this weekend, thanks to a great opening weekend for Despicable Me. The kids comedy had been getting good reviews, and benefited from a great marketing campaign, but was going head-to-head with Toy Story 3, and had to fight for every screen (2D and 3D) that it played on. So the studio will be delighted with its estimated $60.1 million opening. With good word-of-mouth, the film can set its sights on $200 million, and strong video revenues to come. With a production budget of $69 million, the studio will be reaping big profits on this one. More...

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International Top of the Chart: Eclipse has Nine-Digit Opening

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Weekend Preview: Will the Box Office Remain Hot?

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It's a post-holiday weekend and that usually means a serious drop-off at the box office. Add in two films with serious Fanboy, and Fangirl, issues, and this is twice as true this weekend. However, we do have two films that are earning strong reviews and this could help mitigate the losses. Also, this time last year wasn't particularly strong either, so we won't need a $40 million debut to keep 2010 close to 2009's pace. Although that would certainly help and it is not out of the question. More...

Blockbusters Dominate Per Theater Chart

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IMAX: More Records Fall to Twilight

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Eclipse Overshadows Competition

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2010 Preview: July

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Eclipse Starts with $30 Million Overnight Record

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Twilight Eclipses Records

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IMAX: Toy's Playful Beginning

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/06/30 1 $68,533,840   4,416 $15,519   $68,533,840 1
2010/07/01 1 $24,211,138 -65% 4,416 $5,483   $92,744,978 2
2010/07/02 1 $28,153,316 +16% 4,468 $6,301   $120,898,294 3
2010/07/03 1 $23,420,629 -17% 4,468 $5,242   $144,318,923 4
2010/07/04 1 $13,258,246 -43% 4,468 $2,967   $157,577,169 5
2010/07/05 1 $18,805,051 +42% 4,468 $4,209   $176,382,220 6
2010/07/06 1 $10,567,862 -44% 4,468 $2,365   $186,950,082 7
2010/07/07 1 $8,781,208 -17% 4,468 $1,965   $195,731,290 8
2010/07/08 1 $7,931,087 -10% 4,468 $1,775   $203,662,377 9
2010/07/09 2 $11,068,640 +40% 4,468 $2,477   $214,731,017 10
2010/07/10 2 $12,288,703 +11% 4,468 $2,750   $227,019,720 11
2010/07/11 2 $8,351,095 -32% 4,468 $1,869   $235,370,815 12
2010/07/12 2 $4,328,214 -48% 4,468 $969   $239,699,029 13
2010/07/13 2 $4,510,548 +4% 4,468 $1,010   $244,209,577 14
2010/07/14 3 $3,722,137 -17% 4,468 $833   $247,931,714 15
2010/07/15 2 $3,439,703 -8% 4,468 $770   $251,371,417 16
2010/07/16 4 $4,463,845 +30% 4,001 $1,116   $255,835,262 17
2010/07/17 4 $5,134,441 +15% 4,001 $1,283   $260,969,703 18
2010/07/18 4 $3,822,194 -26% 4,001 $955   $264,791,897 19
2010/07/19 4 $2,036,463 -47% 4,001 $509   $266,828,360 20
2010/07/20 4 $2,088,612 +3% 4,001 $522   $268,916,972 21
2010/07/21 4 $1,835,913 -12% 4,001 $459   $270,752,885 22
2010/07/22 4 $1,888,207 +3% 4,001 $472   $272,641,092 23
2010/07/23 8 $2,352,457 +25% 3,121 $754   $274,993,549 24
2010/07/24 8 $2,760,065 +17% 3,121 $884   $277,753,614 25
2010/07/25 6 $2,073,648 -25% 3,121 $664   $279,827,262 26
2010/07/26 7 $1,082,620 -48% 3,121 $347   $280,909,882 27
2010/07/27 7 $1,153,384 +7% 3,121 $370   $282,063,266 28
2010/07/28 7 $1,063,719 -8% 3,121 $341   $283,126,985 29
2010/07/29 7 $1,057,969 -1% 3,121 $339   $284,184,954 30
2010/07/30 10 $1,281,786 +21% 2,334 $549   $285,466,740 31
2010/07/31 10 $1,536,393 +20% 2,334 $658   $287,003,133 32
2010/08/01 10 $1,196,774 -22% 2,334 $513   $288,199,907 33
2010/08/02 10 $648,451 -46% 2,334 $278   $288,848,358 34
2010/08/03 10 $696,754 +7% 2,334 $299   $289,545,112 35
2010/08/04 10 $642,498 -8% 2,334 $275   $290,187,610 36
2010/08/05 10 $623,998 -3% 2,334 $267   $290,811,608 37
2010/08/06 11 $724,136 +16% 1,704 $425   $291,535,744 38
2010/08/07 13 $899,381 +24% 1,704 $528   $292,435,125 39
2010/08/08 12 $666,745 -26% 1,704 $391   $293,101,870 40
2010/08/09 10 $389,276 -42% 1,704 $228   $293,491,146 41
2010/08/10 11 $386,851 -1% 1,704 $227   $293,877,997 42
2010/08/11 11 $340,325 -12% 1,704 $200   $294,218,322 43
2010/08/12 10 $344,472 +1% 1,704 $202   $294,562,794 44
2010/08/13 13 $399,428 +16% 1,212 $330   $294,962,222 45
2010/08/14 15 $493,359 +24% 1,212 $407   $295,455,581 46
2010/08/15 14 $386,863 -22% 1,212 $319   $295,842,444 47
2010/08/16 13 $214,712 -44% 1,212 $177   $296,057,156 48
2010/08/17 13 $211,187 -2% 1,212 $174   $296,268,343 49
2010/08/18 14 $191,448 -9% 1,212 $158   $296,459,791 50
2010/08/19 14 $190,143 -1% 1,212 $157   $296,649,934 51
2010/08/20 - $175,179 -8% 557 $315   $296,825,113 52
2010/08/21 - $228,615 +31% 557 $410   $297,053,728 53
2010/08/22 - $163,070 -29% 557 $293   $297,216,798 54
2010/08/23 - $75,817 -54% 557 $136   $297,292,615 55
2010/08/24 - $75,445 n/c 557 $135   $297,368,060 56
2010/08/25 - $71,270 -6% 557 $128   $297,439,330 57
2010/08/26 - $73,769 +4% 557 $132   $297,513,099 58
2010/08/27 - $148,672 +102% 476 $312   $297,661,771 59
2010/08/28 - $217,338 +46% 476 $457   $297,879,109 60
2010/08/29 - $148,643 -32% 476 $312   $298,027,752 61
2010/08/30 - $59,479 -60% 476 $125   $298,087,231 62
2010/08/31 - $60,019 +1% 476 $126   $298,147,250 63
2010/09/01 - $53,347 -11% 476 $112   $298,200,597 64
2010/09/02 - $52,624 -1% 476 $111   $298,253,221 65
2010/09/03 - $113,557 +116% 396 $287   $298,366,778 66
2010/09/04 - $163,477 +44% 396 $413   $298,530,255 67
2010/09/05 - $157,086 -4% 396 $397   $298,687,341 68
2010/09/06 26 $111,125 -29% 396 $281   $298,798,466 69
2010/09/07 - $30,685 -72% 396 $77   $298,829,151 70
2010/09/08 - $30,495 -1% 396 $77   $298,859,646 71
2010/09/09 - $30,753 +1% 396 $78   $298,890,399 72
2010/09/10 - $217,967 +609% 1,187 $184   $299,108,366 73
2010/09/11 - $327,270 +50% 1,187 $276   $299,435,636 74
2010/09/12 - $198,228 -39% 1,187 $167   $299,633,864 75
2010/09/13 - $63,033 -68% 1,187 $53   $299,696,897 76
2010/09/14 - $65,317 +4% 1,187 $55   $299,762,214 77
2010/09/15 - $61,125 -6% 1,187 $51   $299,823,339 78
2010/09/16 - $71,256 +17% 1,187 $60   $299,894,595 79
2010/09/17 - $60,524 -15% 339 $179   $299,955,119 80
2010/09/18 - $92,789 +53% 339 $274   $300,047,908 81
2010/09/19 - $55,164 -41% 339 $163   $300,103,072 82
2010/09/20 - $17,339 -69% 339 $51   $300,120,411 83
2010/09/21 - $17,089 -1% 339 $50   $300,137,500 84
2010/09/22 - $17,947 +5% 339 $53   $300,155,447 85
2010/09/23 - $18,884 +5% 339 $56   $300,174,331 86
2010/09/24 - $36,037 +91% 224 $161   $300,210,368 87
2010/09/25 - $54,961 +53% 224 $245   $300,265,329 88
2010/09/26 - $33,411 -39% 224 $149   $300,298,740 89
2010/09/27 - $10,086 -70% 224 $45   $300,308,826 90
2010/09/28 - $11,028 +9% 224 $49   $300,319,854 91
2010/09/29 - $10,373 -6% 224 $46   $300,330,227 92
2010/09/30 - $12,717 +23% 224 $57   $300,342,944 93
2010/10/01 - $19,626 +54% 141 $139   $300,362,570 94
2010/10/02 - $30,888 +57% 141 $219   $300,393,458 95
2010/10/03 - $18,758 -39% 141 $133   $300,412,216 96
2010/10/04 - $5,929 -68% 141 $42   $300,418,145 97
2010/10/05 - $5,996 +1% 141 $43   $300,424,141 98
2010/10/06 - $6,671 +11% 141 $47   $300,430,812 99
2010/10/07 - $7,954 +19% 141 $56   $300,438,766 100
2010/10/08 - $12,586 +58% 83 $152   $300,451,352 101
2010/10/09 - $16,178 +29% 83 $195   $300,467,530 102
2010/10/10 - $9,249 -43% 83 $111   $300,476,779 103
2010/10/11 - $5,632 -39% 83 $68   $300,482,411 104
2010/10/12 - $3,708 -34% 83 $45   $300,486,119 105
2010/10/13 - $3,728 +1% 83 $45   $300,489,847 106
2010/10/14 - $4,906 +32% 83 $59   $300,494,753 107
2010/10/15 - $9,297 +90% 49 $190   $300,504,050 108
2010/10/16 - $13,007 +40% 49 $265   $300,517,057 109
2010/10/17 - $6,056 -53% 49 $124   $300,523,113 110
2010/10/18 - $2,126 -65% 49 $43   $300,525,239 111
2010/10/19 - $2,076 -2% 49 $42   $300,527,315 112
2010/10/20 - $1,888 -9% 49 $39   $300,529,203 113
2010/10/21 - $2,548 +35% 49 $52   $300,531,751 114

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/07/02 1 $64,832,191   4,468 $14,510   $157,577,169 5
2010/07/09 2 $31,708,438 -51% 4,468 $7,097   $235,370,815 12
2010/07/16 4 $13,420,480 -58% 4,001 $3,354   $264,791,897 19
2010/07/23 8 $7,186,170 -46% 3,121 $2,303   $279,827,262 26
2010/07/30 10 $4,014,953 -44% 2,334 $1,720   $288,199,907 33
2010/08/06 13 $2,290,262 -43% 1,704 $1,344   $293,101,870 40
2010/08/13 14 $1,279,650 -44% 1,212 $1,056   $295,842,444 47
2010/08/20 19 $566,864 -56% 557 $1,018   $297,216,798 54
2010/08/27 22 $514,653 -9% 476 $1,081   $298,027,752 61
2010/09/03 26 $434,120 -16% 396 $1,096   $298,687,341 68
2010/09/10 19 $743,465 +71% 1,187 $626   $299,633,864 75
2010/09/17 32 $208,477 -72% 339 $615   $300,103,072 82
2010/09/24 39 $124,409 -40% 224 $555   $300,298,740 89
2010/10/01 45 $69,272 -44% 141 $491   $300,412,216 96
2010/10/08 53 $38,013 -45% 83 $458   $300,476,779 103
2010/10/15 53 $28,360 -25% 49 $579   $300,523,113 110

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/5/201012,393,313 2,393,313$43,055,701$43,055,7011
12/12/201012,988,183+25% 5,381,496$53,757,412$96,813,1132
12/19/20102981,130-67% 6,362,626$17,650,529$114,463,6423
12/26/20102771,252-21% 7,133,878$13,874,823$128,338,4654
1/2/20119228,341-70% 7,362,219$4,269,977$132,608,4425
1/9/201110131,167-43% 7,493,386$2,959,128$135,567,5696
1/16/2011990,201-31% 7,583,587$1,803,118$137,370,6877
1/23/20111366,245-27% 7,649,832$1,238,782$138,609,4698
1/30/20111855,306-17% 7,705,138$1,101,696$139,711,1649
2/6/20111949,686-10% 7,754,824$993,223$140,704,38810
2/13/20112544,652-10% 7,799,476$892,593$141,596,98111
4/10/20112053,281 7,952,231$1,072,547$144,667,46319
5/8/20111850,386 8,012,959$795,091$145,675,83223
5/22/20112635,252 8,050,871$709,623$146,441,28825
11/6/20111252,898 8,187,576$872,288$148,917,00349
11/13/20111192,069+74% 8,279,645$1,426,149$150,343,15250
11/20/20116175,649+91% 8,455,294$2,720,803$153,063,95551
11/27/20117565,652+222% 9,020,946$7,958,724$161,022,67952
12/4/20113051,223-91% 9,072,169$574,210$161,596,88853
2/12/20125112,931 9,286,885$1,035,577$163,514,96863
2/19/20121751,976-54% 9,338,861$462,586$163,977,55464
2/26/20121650,511-3% 9,389,372$414,190$164,391,74465
11/25/201211281,094 9,711,350$2,780,020$167,520,812104
3/3/20131749,069 9,767,029$404,819$167,980,958118

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/5/20101398,642 398,642$9,962,064$9,962,0641
12/12/20102420,476+5% 819,118$10,028,359$19,990,4232
12/19/20106123,759-71% 942,877$3,092,741$23,083,1643
12/26/20108168,236+36% 1,111,113$4,204,214$27,287,3784
1/2/20111834,343-80% 1,145,456$865,436$28,152,8145
1/16/20111227,377 1,186,270$684,160$29,196,2757
11/20/2011179,246 1,247,190$184,833$30,685,15151
2/12/20121815,815 1,306,658$315,356$31,872,35163
2/19/20121420,700+31% 1,327,358$413,785$32,286,13664

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Cast

Xavier Samuel    Riley
Kristen Stewart    Isabella Swan
Robert Pattinson    Edward Cullen
Billy Burke    Charlie Swan
Justin Chon    Eric
Anna Kendrick    Jessica
Michael Welch    Mike
Christian Serratos    Angela
Jackson Rathbone    Jasper Hale
Ashley Greene    Alice Cullen
Paul Jarrett    Mr. Biers
Iris Quinn    Mrs. Biers
Sarah Clarke    Renee
Peter Facinelli    Dr. Carlisle Cullen
Elizabeth Reaser    Esme Cullen
Kellan Lutz    Emmett Cullen
Nikki Reed    Rosalie Hale
Bryce Dallas Howard    Victoria
Taylor Lautner    Jacob Black
Kiowa Gordon    Embry Call
Tyson Houseman    Quil Ateara
Bronson Pelletier    Jared
Alex Meraz    Paul
Julia Jones    Leah Clearwater
Tinsel Corey    Emily
Chaske Spencer    Sam Uley
Gil Birmingham    Billy Black
Alex Rice    Sue Clearwater
Booboo Stewart    Seth
Peter Murphy    The Cold One
William Belleau    Quileute Warrior
Justin Rain    Quileute Warrior
Monique Ganderton    Beautiful Vampiress
Byron Chief Moon    Taha Aki
Mariel Belanger    Third Wife
Jodelle Ferland    Bree
Dawn Chubai    Female Reporter
Jack Huston    Royce King
Ben Geldreich    John
Daniel Cudmore    Felix
Dakota Fanning    Jane
Cameron Bright    Alec
Charlie Bewley    Demetri
Leah Gibson    Nettie
Kristen Prout    Lucy
Cainan Wiebe    Newborn Boy

Production and Technical Credits

Director    David Slade
Producer    Wyck Godfrey
Producer    Greg Mooradian
Producer    Karen Rosenfelt
Executive Producer    Marty Bowen
Executive Producer    Mark Morgan
Screenwriter    Melissa Rosenberg
Story Creator    Stephenie Meyer
Cinematographer    Javier Aguirresarobe
Production Designer    Paul D Austerberry
Editor    Art Jones
Editor    Nancy Richardson
Composer    Howard Shore

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