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Little White Lies, Guillaume Canet, 154 mins (15)<br/>Red Riding Hood, Catherine Harwicke, 100 mins (12A)

Oh, Grandmother, what blunt and pathetic teeth you have!

Red Riding Hood (12a)

Starring: Amanda Seyfried, Gary Oldman, Julie Christie

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Robert Pattinson cried over an elephant while shooting his latest movie.

Twilight distributor to raise funds

Entertainment One, the film company which brought the popular Twilight movies to the UK, has unveiled plans to raise around £11.6m by issuing up to eight million new shares at a price of at least 145p apiece.

The next teen blockbuster: Let the young blood in

With the Harry Potter and Twilight film series set to weave their magic for the final time, Sarah Hughes takes a look at the movies jostling for the top position

Hollywood rich list announced

Taylor Lautner has beaten his 'Twilight' co-stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson in 2010's Hollywood Top 40 Earners List.

Robert Pattinson's Twilight filming trouble

Robert Pattinson has found it hard shooting both parts of 'The Twilight Sage: Breaking Dawn' at the same time.

'Twilight' and 'House' top People's Choice Awards

Dreamy vampires, a surly doctor and a rapper in Recovery were top winners at the People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles.

DVD: The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (12)

"Stop, I'm tired of this," Bella, like, totally, emotes. Aren't we all Bella, aren't we all? Kristen Stewart, so good in Adventureland, is still the only thing worth watching in this dismal saga of pasty neck-biters in Fork, Washington.

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Bite: A Vampire Handbook, By Kevin Jackson

The author lists a series of alleged vampire epidemics – Istria (1672), Hungary (1725-32), Silesia (1755), Wallachia (1756) – that took place in the right place (Mitteleuropa) but the wrong time (the Age of Enlightenment).

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