Twilight fans now have even more of a reason to be excited for the Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II since the release of the first pictures of Renesmee.
The Cullen family, composed of Bella, Edward and Renessme can be seen on the new cover of Entertainment Weekly magazine.
Fans can expect a number of promotional materials to flood the Internet during the upcoming months leading to the November 16th release.
The Twilight films have grossed an amazing estimated $2 billion worldwide.
Russell Brand is opening up about his divorce to Katy Perry in an interview with UK Today.
The Rock Of Ages actor discussed his divorce and what was the most difficult part.
"[The marriage] did work out in a way, you're married and it's good, then you're not married and it's good. You just have to have acceptance of things. She's a person I love but this is a new time. Divorce is difficult because of the admin. A lot of admin!”
This comes a month after his appearance on Ellen where he said that he has “only love and positivity for her."
Matthew McConaughey and his new wife, Camila Alves are picture perfect on PEOPLE’s cover – hitting stands Friday.
The couple, who married on June 9 at their home in Austin, Texas, will share private photos and exclusive details in the issue.
"We decided to embrace the ritual of marriage as an opportunity and adventure we'll take together," McConaughey, 42, tells PEOPLE.
For details on their camping-inspired wedding click here!
The couples two children, Levi, 4, and Vida, 2, served as ring bearer and flower girl during the intimate Catholic ceremony.
Madonna is currently on her MDNA tour and she isn’t holding anything back.
The 53-year-old pop royalty has found herself in the news lately after flashing her nipple during her concert in Instanbul.
This seems to be an ongoing stunt pulled by the Express Yourself singer.
In Rome on Tuesday, concertgoers got a glimpse of Madonna’s posterior when she dropped her trousers, revealing a black lace G-string.
The mother of four has been met with criticism from all the corners of the world.
During the TODAY show, Donny Deutsch said, "What works for a 22-year-old woman or a man is not appropriate, very often, for a 53-year-old."
Dr. Nancy Snyderman added, "Not special," she said. "Not a special breast, not worth doing."