‘Twilight’ werewolf in town for film festival


Attention “Twilight” fans: Actor Booboo Stewart, who plays Seth, the youngest werewolf in the vampire franchise, will be in town on Thursday for the Boston Asian American Film Festival, which runs Thursday through Sunday at the Paramount Center, the Brattle Theatre, and Somerville Theatre. The Asian American Resource Workshop, which produces the festival, sent out the list of visiting talent on Tuesday, and it includes Stewart and Ellie Wen, who produced Stewart’s film “White Frog,” which also stars Tyler Posey of MTV’s “Teen Wolf” and Kelly Hu, of “The Vampire Diaries.” (Worth noting is that none of the actors play supernatural creatures in “White Frog,” a drama about a boy who deals with a family tragedy.) Also in town for the festival will be legendary martial artist Pui Chan. He’ll be there for Saturday’s screening of “Pui Chan: Kung Fu Pioneer.”

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