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Memphis Barker intercepts a warning letter to the stars on behalf of a powerful body

'Twilight' group to transfer from AIM

The film company which brought the popular Twilight series of movies to Britain is preparing to sink its fangs into London's main stock market next month after the UK listing authority approved its prospectus.

Katy Guest: Fizz and gossip, but not a hint of bitching

Female talent at the Orange Prize

Twilight in the winning zone at National Movie Awards

Vampire saga Twilight was the big winner at the National Movie Awards, taking home three trophies.

Katy Guest: Talk about me behind my back, but make it good

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Kick-Ass, Matthew Vaughn, 117 mins, (15)<br/>How to Train Your Dragon, Chris Sanders & Dean DeBlois, 98 mins, (PG)<br/>Clash of the Titans, Louis Leterrier, 97 mins, (12A)

Much more worrying than its knife-wielding girl is the commercial cynicism of Matthew Vaughn&rsquo;s homage to boys&rsquo; stuff

Remember Me (12a)

This glum, self-important drama of familial dysfunction stars heart-throb du jour Robert Pattinson as Tyler, a rich kid at odds with his Master of the Universe dad (Pierce Brosnan).

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Peter Facinelli on the sensuality of vampires, on-set romances and Twitter

Facinelli plays Dr Carlisle Cullen, the patriarch of a family of vampires in the film adaptations of Stephanie Meyer's The Twilight Saga. Interview by Matilda Battersby

DVD: The Twilight Saga: New Moon

The first Twilight instalmentwas a muted pieceof teen wish-fulfilmentabout a hunky vampire(Robert Pattinson) fallingin love with a lonelywallflower (KristenStewart). In this deeplyinferior follow-up, thevampire leaves town, sothe girl mopes in herbedroom for months onend before another boy(Taylor Lautner) falls inlove with her. Andguess what? He's awerewolf. Who's going tofall for the moroseheroine in part three? TheCreature from the BlackLagoon?

DVD: The Twilight Saga: New Moon (12)

Kristen Stewart's Bella Swan is, like, bummed out 'cos her "hot" young/old bloodsucker beau Edward (Robert Pattinson) has gone and left her – "This is the last time you'll ever see me," he solemnly promises. Yeah, right.

Hurt Locker helps distributor scale new heights

Kathryn Bigelow may be the toast of Hollywood, but behind the scenes, the night’s biggest winner was a group of low-profile executives at a small but increasingly-influential film company called Summit Entertainment.

Observations: Kristen Stewart's musings from the Twilight zone

Before the first Twilight movie in 2008, I was a much more open person. Now I spend a lot of time looking at the floor in public in an attempt not to get noticed. It can get a little boring. But whatever sacrifices I've had to make as a rising star, my job makes up for it a hundredfold.

Hit & Run: Thanks for the memory

There is an indispensable skill needed to become a top Conservative politician. It's a surer route to the Shadow Cabinet than going to Eton, being a member of the Bullingdon Club or living in Notting Hill. It's the ability to speak without notes.

Party Of The Week: Stars are out until sun up at the Baftas

Bafta winners Carey Mulligan and Colin Firth attended the aftershow bash hosted by The Weinstein Company and Universal Pictures at London's Momo.

Baftas: red carpet glamour

Next autumn's trends were being shown on a catwalk round the corner, but for the stars walking the carpet before the Baftas ceremony last night, timeless glamour was the order of the day.

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