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Dakota Fanning Talks About ‘Twilight’ Sequel ‘New Moon’

Dakota Fanning

CHICAGODakota Fanning has been doing publicity for the upcoming releases of “Push” and “Coraline,” and she spoke to MTV about the possibility of playing Jane in “New Moon,” the highly anticipated sequel to “Twilight”.

Writer Says Vanessa Hudgens Unlikely to Appear in ‘Twilight’ Sequel ‘New Moon’

Vanessa Hudgens

CHICAGO – The casting rumors about “High School Musical” star Vanessa Hudgens appearing in “New Moon,” the Chris Weitz-directed sequel to the massively successful “Twilight” were deflated even more this weekend when the screenwriter for both films told People Magazine that the character Hudgens allegedly auditioned for won’t even be in the film.

Open Casting Call in Canada Confirmed For ‘Twilight’ Sequel ‘New Moon’

Twilight

CHICAGO – If you’ve ever dreamed of being in a “Twilight” movie, find a way to get to Canada next weekend for an open casting call from Aikins/Cossey Casting for the highly anticipated “New Moon”.

‘Privileged’ Star Lucy Hale Auditions For Role in ‘Twilight’ Sequel ‘New Moon’

Lucy Hale

CHICAGOLucy Hale, the star of The CW’s “Privileged,” revealed this week that she too has auditioned for a role in the upcoming sequel to Stephenie Meyer’s “Twilight,” the highly anticipated “New Moon,” to be directed by Chris Weitz and going into production soon.

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