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Twilight Stars’ Post-BD2 Careers: Whose Slate Is Full, Who’s Searching Help Wanted?

The Twilight stars look particularly yearbook-y in this photo from Comic-Con.

Even the most amateur of movie biz followers knows that stars of mega-franchise movies face a huge hurdle when it comes to finding work later But then again, for every Elijah Wood or Mark Hamill, there’s an Emma Watson or Harrison Ford. Which category will the Twilight cast fall into? We’re taking a close look at all the movies our favorite vampires and werewolves have lined up here, and while we were a bit surprised to see who’s dance card is all filled up and whose IMDb page is looking a little blank at the moment, we’re also choosing to see those empty calendars as great opportunities. Especially now that casting directors must be noting all the cash that Breaking Dawn – Part 2 brought in over the weekend. In the meantime, here’s what we’re
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Beyond “Eclipse” – What’s next for the “Twilight Saga” cast?

Though Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner and the rest of “The Twilight Saga” cast are best known for their “Twilight” roles, most of the actors in the Saga have more brewing during and after “Twilight”. After researching multiple sources, below is a thorough list of upcoming projects that the actors are involved with or pursuing. ( If you’ve heard differently, or have something to add, please add a note in the comments. )

So, if you’re wondering what on earth you’re going to do once you’ve seen “Eclipse” for the 17th time, you have these other films to look forward to!

Authors Note: “Breaking Dawn” is not greenlit. Therefore, any reference to “Breaking Dawn” is speculation at this point.

Kristen Stewart:

K-11: Though this movie is receiving funding, it might not start filming this year between Kristen’s schedule and the loss of Nikki Reed
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Corey Haim Was 'All Over The Place' On Last Film, Producer Says

'I tried my best not to enable, but I should have tried to do more to help,' says 'DaZe' producer Miller Uwanawich.

By Larry Carroll

Corey Haim

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Since the news broke of Corey Haim's death, many fans and curious onlookers have been interested inthe status of the nearly dozen films he had in some stage of development around Hollywood. But in some ways, the most interesting of them may be a movie he was dismissed from — and the reasons why.

"We cast Corey for the movie 'DaZe,' " producer Miller Uwanawich remembered of the time he was planning to work with Haim in early 2008. "He was all great and wonderful ... [then] he started having all of these wild requests — pills, to keep it bluntly," the producer said.

In case you're wondering, yes — "DaZe" is indeed the same film that fellow recently deceased
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Andrew Koenig "happy" in final role

Andrew Koenig
Andrew Koenig was "happy" while shooting for his last role in DaZe, according to the film's producer. The former Growing Pains actor was found dead in a Vancouver park on Thursday, after taking his own life. The star reportedly suffered from depression, but police were confident at the time that he was "lying low". The movie, which features Koenig, is currently in post-production according to MTV DaZe producer Miller Uwanawich said: "From what I understand, it was his last project. My partner and I cast him; we're younger, we're in our thirties, and it was a project of art and love vs. money and greed, so it was a fun project. "We cast Andrew because we were fans of Growing Pains, we were fans of his character. Our make-up (more)
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Koenig's Producer Stunned By Death

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Koenig's Producer Stunned By Death
The producer of Andrew Koenig's last film is "shocked and surprised" by the actor's apparent suicide - because the star seemed so happy on set.

Miller Uwanawich cast Koenig in upcoming drama DaZe: Vol. Too (sic) - NonSenSE, which will mark his last onscreen role, and worked closely with him on the independent project in 2008.

Koenig went missing earlier this month and was found dead on Thursday in a Canadian park after reportedly taking his life.

And Uwanawich insists he's still coming to terms with the tragedy - because he saw no signs of depression in the former Growing Pains star.

He tells MTV.com, "If I have to explain (my feelings) in one word, sad. I don't know what else to say; I'm shocked, sad, surprised...

"I can't tell you how shocked I am. He was just a nice individual, we had some nice conversations, it came as a complete shock to me. We had a great time on set, laughing and joking... He seemed like a very nice, happy, fulfilled person.

"From what I understand, it was his last project. My partner and I cast him; we're younger, we're in our thirties, and it was a project of art and love vs. money and greed, so it was a fun project. We cast Andrew because we were fans of Growing Pains, we were fans of his character."

But Uwanawich is convinced fans will love his final performance, insisting Koenig steals the show in a largely improvised scene with co-star Gary Busey.

He adds, "His character is a silly character. Gary is pitching these crazy products, he's a struggling businessman. Andrew happened to be one of the investors that he's trying to pitch this project to, this gravity power device of some sort. It's one of the best scenes of the movie. Gary had no chance (to keep up); Andrew took the scene over.

"When people see his performance, they're gonna smile and laugh. It's like Andrew was in the '80s; he brings this lovable character out. It was awesome."

DaZe: Vol. Too (sic) - NonSenSE is due to hit movie theatres later this year.

Andrew Koenig Seemed 'Happy, Fulfilled' Shooting Final Role, Producer Says

'I can't tell you how shocked I am,' says 'DaZe: Vol. Too (sic) - NonSenSE' producer Miller Uwanawich.

By Larry Carroll

Andrew Koenig

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A day after the body of actor Andrew Koenig was discovered in Vancouver, Hollywood is beginning to deal with the reality of losing one of its own. One person who has been closely watching the details of Koenig's disappearance and apparent suicide is Miller Uwanawich, producer of the upcoming film that will mark Koenig's final onscreen role.

"Sad," is how the filmmaker described himself when asked about the "Growing Pains" star who shot "DaZe: Vol. Too (sic) - NonSenSE" with him in mid-2008. "If I have to explain [my feelings] in one word, sad. I don't know what else to say; I'm shocked, sad, surprised."

Currently in post-production, "DaZe" has already gained a good deal of attention because of another of its stars,
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