As throngs of “Twilight” fans queue outside theaters today for the last film in the teen vampire series, Hollywood studios are lining up too, with more pictures based on young-adult books depicting a dark future.
From the sparkling, emerald-green waters of the Atlantic off the east coast of Brazil, Cavala Island looks like a tropical paradise of lush vegetation framed by giant rocks. It’s also where millionaire Antonio Claudio Resende, a founder of Latin America’s largest car-rental company, became a squatter.
“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1,” the fourth movie in the teen vampire series, opened as the top weekend film in U.S. and Canadian theaters, collecting $138.1 million for Summit Entertainment LLC.
“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1,” the fourth film in the teen vampire series, held the top spot in U.S. and Canadian cinemas over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, collecting $42 million in ticket sales.