If you are a fan of Twilight films then here is good news for you as Netflix is going to launch all the Twilight films on 16th July 2021 in the United States. It seems just like the heading of Netflix as a part of the routine license belongs to Lionsgate for that Netflix still licenses the old films.
At the time of researching about the series or films, the excellent breakdown has come across that is the collection of the five films from Syfy. While they watching the films back to back 100 thoughts have come to their mind that you will get on Netflix in the coming month.
In between the year 2008 to 2012, there are almost five films which are already swept along the world. You just only can love them or hat6e them.
All the films together had brought a huge amount of $3.346 billion to the box office and there is no doubt may be much more from the merchandise. These films have been distributed by Summit Entertainment which is purchased by Lionsgate.
The franchise of this film is featuring all the brilliant casts like Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, and Ashley Greene with all the others. The sequence of the film has been adapted by the best-selling novel Stephanie Meyer.
It is reported that four out of five films are already set to release on Netflix in the United States in the middle of July 2021.
All the Twilight films are:
1.The Twilight Saga: New Moon(2009)
2. The Twilight Saga: Eclipse(2010)
3.The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn(Part 1)(2011)
4.The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn(Part 2)(2012)
The first film of Twilight has not still listed to come to Netflix on 16th July 2021 but it just could be the title that is set to be uploaded. It seems that film unlike the other ones is just thought to be licensed differently as it was last time seen on Netflix in the US return in 2017 for one month. At the present time, the US is only just containing the Twilight films. These films are also have seen in many regions over time. For example, UK has last time seen the movies together in October 2018.
Along with the mergers and acquisitions with the media space, it should say for a while that Lionsgate would seriously make a prime candidate for Netflix, and maybe the IP of Twilight would be one of the biggest draws to us.
Here is the trailer: