Twilight Action Figure and DVD Details Revealed

Own your own Edward Cullen!

by | January 15, 2009 | Comments

Twilighters, ready your pocketbooks! As fan anticipation builds for New Moon, the 2009 sequel to last November’s hit vampire romance Twilight, Summit Home Entertainment has announced DVD details for Twilight‘s spring home video debut. Plus, get your first look at NECA’s Edward Cullen action figure!

The 2-Disc Twilight DVD and Blu-ray will include extended and deleted scenes (more Edward and Bella!), music videos by Linkin Park, Paramore, and Stephenie Meyer favorite, Muse, an audio commentary by director Catherine Hardwicke and stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, and a seven-part documentary on the making of the film. If you were one of the thousands of screaming teenage girls at last year’s packed Comic-Con panel, you might catch a glimpse of yourself in a featurette on the Comic-Con phenomenon.

Twilight will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on Saturday, March 21.

Full details:

Audio Commentary by director Catherine Hardwicke, and stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart
Five Extended Scenes with introductions by the director
Five Deleted Scenes with introductions by the director
Three Music Videos from Muse, Paramore and Linkin Park
The Adventure Begins: The Journey from Page to Screen – A seven-part documentary
Comic-Con Phenomenon featurette


Meanwhile, Twilighters can get ready to own their own mini Twilight dolls. NECA has unveiled the first images of their 7″ Edward Cullen “action” figure — built to scowl handsomely and emote, though tree-climbing functionality has yet to be determined — complete with the Cullen family crest and Edward’s signature hair. Check out more info here.

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