Entertainment Tonight has put together their list of the movies that got people talking in 2010, and it includes quote a few Twilight connections.
‘Valentine’s Day’ (February 12) – Director Garry Marshall‘s ensemble romantic comedy may have fizzled at the box office like a bad date, but all eyes — and tabloids — were on cute couple Taylor Swift and Taylor Lautner, who dated briefly as a result of working together.
‘Alice in Wonderland’ (March 5) – Director Tim Burton and Johnny Depp scored another big hit with their sixth collaboration, prompting a deluge of ‘Alice in Wonderland’-themed tie-ins, another set of surefire Halloween costumes (the most popular being Alice and the Mad Hatter), and an excuse for Hollywood to justify the box-office up-charge for their 3D craze. [Michael Sheen voiced the White Rabbit]
‘Remember Me’ (March 12) – Coming off the strength of his first two ‘Twilight’ hits, Robert Pattinson‘s serious turn in this romantic drama got more press than box office for the film’s somewhat controversial 9/11 twist ending and the fact that most Twi-hards kept their distance.
‘The Runaways’ (March 19) - Coming off the strength off her first two ‘Twilight’ hits, expectations were high for Kristen Stewart‘s turn as Joan Jett in this rock ‘n’ roll biopic of the all-girl ’70s band. Again, most Twi-hards kept their distance. On the plus side, former child star Dakota Fanning finally came into her own with her adult role as rocker Cherie Currie.
‘The Twilight Saga: Eclipse’ (June 30) – Twi-hards continued to line up in droves, beginning with midnight screenings, to drink in the third chapter of the Stephenie Meyer vamps vs. werewolves saga this summer. The world got plenty of shirtless shots of Taylor Lautner, not to mention the big-screen ‘Twilight’ parody ‘Vampires Suck.’
Check out the full list at Entertainment Tonight.