Where can you see the Twilight stars in 2010?


MTV has a lovely wrap-up of where you can find your favorite Twilight stars in 2010. Besides, you know, Eclipse

“The Runaways” (March 19) – Kristen Stewart & Dakota Fanning

What more can we write about this eagerly anticipated biopic covering the ’70s rockers who broke boundaries, hearts and more than a few pieces of their own equipment? Kristen Stewart rocks out alongside Dakota Fanning, Scout Taylor-Compton and Alia Shawkat, and if the trailer we premiered last month is any indication, this film could prove to the haters that KStew is a lot more than just Bella Swan. Kristen as Joan Jett? Put another dime in the jukebox, baby.

“Remember Me” (March 12) – Robert Pattinson

All of Hollywood is asking one simple question these days: Can Rob Pattinson open a non-“Twilight” movie? We’ll find out soon enough, as he stars alongside Emilie de Ravin in this romantic drama that similarly involves family, tragedy and issues of eternal love — but minus the bloodsucking.

“Warrior” (TBD) – Kellan Lutz & Ashley Greene

Kellan Lutz finally lands his first starring role in this indie film about a lacrosse player who reacts to his father’s death by rebelling against anything he can find — until his dad’s old Marine buddy becomes determined to straighten him out. Besides the fact that it gives “Twilight” fans a double dose of their favorite stars, there’s something oddly fascinating about the fact that Ashley Greene plays Kellan’s girlfriend.

“Welcome to the Rileys” (TBD) – Kristin Stewart

James Gandolfini is Doug, a man whose life is in shambles since his daughter was killed eight years ago. Kristen Stewart is Mallory, a 16-year-old stripper who offers him sex — but all he wants is someone to be with while he gets his head together. As Doug’s wife also comes into the equation, the couple find themselves acting as surrogate parents for the wayward teen. All reports are that it’s KStew’s most adult role yet — and we’ll learn plenty more soon enough as the Sundance reports roll in.

“Girlfriend” (TBD) – Jackson Rathbone

Like so many of his franchise co-stars, Jackson Rathbone will aim to bust out as a leading man in 2010. This intense indie film has Jacksper playing a man caught up in an unorthodox love triangle involving a man with Down syndrome. Jackson is providing the soundtrack through his band 100 Monkeys, and if their music is any indication this will be a film that isn’t afraid to take some risks.

“Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” (TBD) – Anna Kendrick

Even if “Twilight” star Anna Kendrick weren’t in this, it would still be one of our most anticipated films of the year. Based on the beloved Bryan Lee O’Malley graphic novels, the movie focuses on a 23-year-old slacker (Michael Cera) who falls in love with a girl (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) but has to battle her seven evil ex-boyfriends if he wants to get a chance with her. Kendrick has said the film is “really fun” and that she spends the whole movie screaming at Michael Cera on the phone — sounds good enough for us!

“Valentine’s Day” (February 12) – Taylor Lautner

OK, so half of Hollywood is in this movie. But the two that “Twilight” fans will care about most are Taylor Swift and Taylor Lautner — in his first post-“Saga” acting appearance. It promises to be this year’s “He’s Just Not That Into You,” and all indications are that the Taylors have a small amount of screen time. But they spend it making out — so how can you not be curious?

“The Last Airbender” (July 2) – Jackson Rathbone

Now we all understand why they dropped “Avatar” from the title. But although this M. Night Shyamalan-directed adaptation of the popular kids’ franchise might not make a billion dollars, it still seems likely to be the biggest non-“Twilight” blockbuster that any of the franchise’s alumni will be involved with this year. Jackson Rathbone stars as Sokka, a warrior who wields swords and martial arts as powerfully as Jasper Hale does that creepy stare.

“Skateland” (TBD) – Ashley Greene

Over the last few years, it’s been fascinating to watch all the “Twilight” stars navigate their own unique paths from obscurity to ubiquity. Miss Ashley Greene has used her fashion sense and well-spoken demeanor to make the most out of her minimal screen time as Alice Cullen — and now she may be ready to take the next step with this ’80s drama about a small-town Texas skating rink. Lucky Twilighters venturing to Sundance will be able to catch a sneak peek of the flick, which should prove that Ashley is ready to take off the training wheels.

Read more HERE.

Also, check out a new clip of Kristen Stewart & Dakota Fanning in The Runaways, which is showing at Sundance this weekend!

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