I think that most of us all know the old beloved story of Red Riding Hood. In case you don't, it's a little girl who is on her way to her grandma (because she's ill) when a wolf is crossing her way somewhere in the forest. They have a nice chat and the wolf figures out where the little girl is going and convince her to pick some flowers. While picking the flowers the wolf finds the grandma's house and eats her. When red riding hood is entering the house she's wondering why grandma has such a hairy appearance and some other aesthetic features, which belong more to a wolf than to one's granny. (In fact the wolf has taken the grandma's clothes and put them on in order to fool red riding hood).
While wondering why grandma is not looking the same anymore, the wolf takes his chance and eats her as well. After the brothers Grimm, a ranger finds the wolf and opens his stomach to get red riding hood and her grandma out of the wolf. Afterwords they put some stones into his tummy and he dies.
Anyways. The point why I'm posting about red riding hood shouldn't be the old story but the new version of it, coming out in March. Although I rigorously disapprove Twilight, I have to admit that the makers of it made me curious of this new interpretation of red riding hood. Doesn't it remind of "The Village" a little? The red colour and that monster in some little village where SOMEBODY knows who the beast is? I will watch that movie and hope it's not another bad piece of fantasy drama as Twilight. ;)