The film industry is aiming its lights on ever darker films for teenagers. The future doesn't look happy but luckily it often has strong female leads.
Stephenie Meyer has produced the Sundance Film Festival premiere "Austenland", adapted from her friend Shannon Hale's romantic, "misadventure" novel.
The Twilight finale has led the Razzies lineup with 11 nominations, including worst picture and lead-acting slots for the lead characters.
The "Twilight" novels have sold more than 100-million copies and are considered so significant that the Vatican has attacked them.
In this week's Weekend 101, the race for Mangaung becomes more interesting, the Spear is declassified and Twilight comes to town.
Not quite the movie of the week either: Peter Bradshaw reviews The Twilight Saga: New Moon.