Rebecca Wang attends Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 Premiere at the Leicester Square Odeon

Thousands of fans camp out for hours to get a glimpse of the stars

BREAKING DAWN 2the final film in the smash hit vampire franchise TWILIGHT series premiered last night in London against a world backdrop of busy promotion by leading stars and unprecedented fan mania. The European premiere was held at the Odeon in Leicester Square at 7:15pm and the film will open in cinemas for UK and US audiences on the 16th November. Producer Rebecca Wang, from Rebecca Wang Entertainment said "The film was captivating and impressive, an interesting finale for the series".

The Twilight cast members, including on and off- screen couple Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattison attracted attention from the screaming fans that had been waiting to get a glimpse of their idols for hours prior to the premiere. Beautiful Stewart turned heads in a black lace jumpsuit, while her co-stars Pattison and Taylor Lautner both looked impeccable in black and navy suits.

Promotion for the film has been running for the past few weeks, with stars separately attending events across the globe. Robert Pattinson kicked off the promotional tour in Sydney on October 22nd, whilst Kristen Stewart travelled to Japan and Taylor Lautner greeted fans in Brazil. Nikki Reed and Kellan Lutz took photo calls in Glasgow and in the West End of London.

Prior to the world premiere in Los Angeles, over 2000 fans registered to camp outside Nokia Plaza and Summit Entertainment, the studios behind the films, installing themselves in below average Californian weather up to five days before the screening. A Twilight mini-festival hosted by Summit for the fans ran over the four days running up to the premiere and included a marathon screening of the four other films, surprise appearances from cast members, and a Twilight themed workout. The Italian premiere was held in Rome at the Italian film festival during 9th - 17th November.

The film marks the end of the series taken from the Twilight books by Stephanie Myers, which have been a publishing sensation in their own right, and have drawn teenagers across the world to read and follow the adventures and trials of Edward, Bella and Jacob.


About Us

Rebecca Wang is an entrepreneur, executive film producer and former psychotherapist who is passionate about all forms of artistic expression. She is also keen in her desire to bring effective support to projects focusing on health and humanitarian issues. Wang spent her early years in Asia, and has since lived in the US and Europe. Having graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology, she has practiced at various leading institutions such as the University of Californian as well as several elementary schools, specializing in family, children, and couples counseling. It was the realization of the healing role of the arts in therapy, which was the catalyst for her to pursue her own creative dreams through filmmaking. Inspired to expand the reach of her work, in 2011 she made her production debut as executive producer with the Hollywood feature film Passion Play, which was selected for the prestigious 37th International Toronto Film Festival. Passion Play starred BAFTA winner Mickey Rourke and Bill Murray, both of whom had been previously nominated for Academy Awards. Wang is based in London where her appreciation of all arts is channeled into a wide range of leading organisations and arts venues in the capital. She is member of the Academy Circle for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), a Director of Circle for the Victoria and Albert Museum, and patron to the National, Tate Modern and Serpentine Galleries. Recognising the power of music’s properties for healing has led her to be a patron to the Royal College of Music. She also has a broad interest in design, photography and fashion. In addition to her passion for all art forms, she is also committed to projects that focus on health and humanitarian issues and the global efforts against AIDS, supporting two of the foremost charities in this field. The Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF), which was established by the musician in 1992, is one of the largest privately-funded institutions in the world working to overcome AIDS. Since its beginning the Foundation has prioritized the pivotal areas of treatment, prevention and education, and raised over $300 million to support more than 1,200 projects world-wide. Wang has been benefactor over two consecutive years (2011, 2012) to the EJAF’s Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party, the most high-profile and largest fundraising event held in Hollywood on Oscar night. In 2014 and 2015 she has resumed her support as patron for the event, a position she also held for their New York Enduring Vision benefit in October 2013. This event recognizes outstanding contribution in the campaign against AIDS and in 2013 honored Hilary Clinton with the Founder’s Award for her tireless work in the field. amfAR, the American Foundation for AIDS Research, plays a leading global role in the area of research, treatment and education for AIDS. It attracts and fosters support and ongoing patronage from many leading public figures in the fields of film, fashion and music, including the late Elizabeth Taylor, Karl Lagerfeld and David Bowie. The non-profit organization can also count on endorsement from those whose actions carry global influence, such as former US President Bill Clinton. With Piaget and M.A.C Viva Glam, Wang acted as a sponsor for the 2012 Paris Inspiration Gala. She has also joined with others including amfAR Chairman Kenneth Cole as Chairs for both the Los Angeles and New York Inspiration Galas in 2013 and 2014. Among those who have received awards at these events to honor their long term work and committed stance towards AIDS have been Princess Mette-Marit of Norway, philanthropist Aileen Getty, fashion legend Valentino, actress Goldie Hawn, singer Jennifer Lopez, and film director and designer Tom Ford. Beyond the worlds of arts and humanitarian issues, Wang also has genuine concern for animals, particularly for dogs who have been maltreated, and supports the RSPCA (The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals). The RSPCA is the oldest organization for animal welfare in the world and since its foundation in 1824 has played an active role in both the creation of animal welfare legislation and in its enforcement. Rebecca continues to focus on ventures reflecting creativity across all art forms and initiatives which further her desire for a greater understanding of humanitarian issues.




The film was captivating and impressive, an interesting finale for the series
Rebecca Wang