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News movies & tv series 28 May 2024, 05:51

Trailer for New Twilight Movie Explained. Is Part 6: The New Chapter Real and Will It Be in Cinemas in 2024?

A trailer for the new Twilight movie, which would be released in 2024, has been made available online. Is it real?

Source: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2, Bill Condon, Summit Entertainment, 2012

At one time, the Twilight Saga was extremely popular and viewers eagerly awaited the next installments of this romantic vampire story, which was divided into 6 parts. The last part of the film series was released in 2012, so it has been 12 years since the premiere. The movies presented the entire story from Stephenie Meyer's books on the big screens, so no one expected the creation of the next part.

Surprisingly, a trailer for The Twilight Saga 6: The New Chapter, which would be released in theaters sometime in 2024 and would star Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, has surfaced online. Is it true and Twilight is coming back after more than a decade? We have bad news for fans – the trailer is a fan-made project, produced by KH Studio. The trailers shared on this channel aren’t real and present concepts invented by owners of the channel. Thus, the trailer below, as well as the very idea of creating the part 6 of Twilight, aren’t real.

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart will definitely not return as Edward and Bella again, but that doesn't mean we won't see more of the story of these characters themselves, as Twilight is set to get a new TV show adaptation, this time in the form of an animated series. For now, however, it is unclear when or if this project will be released at all.

So Twilight does indeed still have a chance to return, if an animated series can be made, which for now is in the early stages of production, but it wont’ be a sequel to the previous films.

Edyta Jastrzebska

Edyta Jastrzebska

A graduate of journalism and social communication as well as cultural studies. She started at as one of the newspeople in the films department. Currently she oversees the Gamepressure movie&TV newsroom. She excels in the field of film and television, both in reality-based and fantasy themes. Keeps up with industry trends, but in her free time she prefers to watch less known titles. Has a complicated relationship with popular ones, which is why she only gets convinced about many of them when the hype around them subsides. Loves to spend her evenings not only watching movies, series, reading books and playing video games, but also playing text RPGs, which she has been into for several years.