New Eclipse stills!

30 03 2010

Dearest Twihards,

We have some new Eclipse stills!

Photo: Kimberly French (c) Summit Ent. 2010

So let’s talk about what’s going on in the picture above. First of all, as many have noted – Jasper’s hair (at least, I THINK that’s Jasper…it’s so hard to tell with him looking all girly like that) has managed to get WORSE. Who even knew that was possible??? I’m afraid to see what it looks like by the time we get to Breaking Dawn. I KNOW the real Alice wouldn’t let him get away with a ‘do like that…

On another note, what scene do you think this is? The fight with the newborns? Is that why they’re all color-coordinated? Like team jerseys? If so, do the wolves have blue doggie jerseys? Aww 🙂 Or maybe this is just David Slade paying homage to Cathy’s (over)usage of the color blue (on EVERYthing) in the first film. Who knows? I’m not going to ask him. Dude’s scary.

Photo: Kimberly French (c) Summit

Nooooow we’re talkin’ 🙂 We all know what scene this is – the Legends of the Bonfire (lolz jk). Look at Taycob gettin’ all serious about his wolfy heritage. Boy looks hotttt. Kristen, on the other hand…what is UP with the hair in this movie?! Check out that wacko hairline. Poor Kristen, we know it’s not your fault. Other than that though, you look beautiful babe. I’d kill for skin that clear. She looks a little revolted though…you think Paul just swallowed a cow whole? (And live? Ew.)

What I don’t know is how the girl is resisting grabbing onto that musclebound hunk of man-arm RIGHT BESIDE her shoulder. Willpower.

Photo: Kimberly French (c) Summit

AHA FINALLY – GREAT HAIR! Seriously, everyone in this scene has it going ON upstairs. Kristen has no wacky hairlines, Rob’s little perfectly coiffed curl sticking out front (no that’s not a euphemism) and Taylor…well, now that they stopped using that godawful wig, he’s pretty much good to go. Question though – is Kristen really THAT much smaller than BOTH of them? Or do they have TayTay standing on a box? ‘Cause the KStew looks friggin’ TINY in this pic! So, now, what scene is this? Edward looks a little pissed…Kristen looks wide-eyed (what a shock) and Taycob looks…like the sun’s in his eyes lol (Or maybe he got blinded by Edward’s sparkles ;-)). Looks like they’re outside of Bella’s house. I want to say that it’s the “Sounds about right, pup” scene, BUT Bella isn’t clutching her hand from werewolf-punching (really, why would you punch something that fine? Why? You can kiss me any time, honey. …though I will admit that seeing Kristen punch Taylor is going to be EPIC.) I’m drawing a blank. Help me out guys – what scene do you think this is?

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News & Stuff

27 01 2010

Hey guys!

Sorry I’ve been MIA so long. Life is crazy, and posting is more time consuming than I would have believed, so it’s going to be less frequent now, but I will still post from time to time! I also tweet pretty frequently, so follow me here.

Anyway, a few news updates.

The New Moon DVD is available for preorder and has a release date of March 20, 2010. If you preorder on Amazon, they’ll give you a refund if the price goes down before the release date.

Also coming to DVD March 20, 2010 is the documentary of the real town of Forks called “Twilight in Forks: Saga of the Real Town.” It is also available for preorder.

Here’s the trailer:

The release date for the first Twilight graphic novel has also been revealed: March 16, 2010! There is a press release on Stephenie Meyer’s website under January 20th.

The Hillywood Show (aka my heroes) have released their New Moon Parody! It’s AMAZING. Check it out:

Also, here’s some behind-the-scenes footage from their Twilight Parody:

In unrelated but related news, have you guys seen the online show I Heart Vampires? I LOVE it. It has a lot of Twilight references, in my opinion, too. These two girls are in love with this book series about vampires & have a vlog about it. Someone emails them the first chapters of an unreleased book in the series and they share it with their fans. Then, all hell breaks loose (sound familiar?) You can watch it here.

You can also read the first five chapters of the fake series here. Trust me, it’s awesome! I’m dying for more!

Finally, Ashley Greene (aka Alice aka amazing) tweeted about Teens For Jeans, which is helping homeless teens in Haiti. You can donate jeans to any Aeropostale store through Feb 14. There are also lots of other charities helping out in Haiti – go here for more information. Please guys, let’s do all we can.

Well, that’s all from me for now! I’ll do another Cullen Lovin’ post on the remaining two (Carlisle & Esme) as soon as I can! I also have some love to show for some non-Cullen characters. Keep an eye on my twitter for updates!

Also, I am officially affiliated with the blog that started it all – Letters to Twilight. I’ve also affiliated with Edward’s Meadow! Check out their links on the Affiliates page!

Also, if anyone has emailed me, I’ll get back to you soon! I am sooo behind.

Oh, and of course – 15 days till Taylor Lautner’s birthday!


My Never

Videos, Videos and more Videos!

17 11 2009

2 Days!!!!

New Moon quote-of-the-day: “It will be as if I’d never existed.” –Edward, Chapter 2 (and everyone’s heart breaks simultaneously)

UPDATE: More Access Hollywood interviews are available here. (Including Peter Facinelli and his wife acting out New Moon with the New Moon barbies….yeah lol)

Last night was the Hollywood premiere of NEW MOON!!!! Here are some videos from last night:

Rob interview with Access Hollywood:

Access Hollywood with Taylor (which was hilarious, I might add):

The KStew with Access Hollywood:

A REALLY sweet and touching moment with RPattz & a fan:

Rob answering the cookie question & another question about the film:

Jamie Campbell Bower on the red carpet:

(Shoutout to the Twilight Facebook and The Twilight Guy for the vid!)

And, of course, our goddess, the one and only Stephenie Meyer, rockin’ it on the red carpet:

(Again, shoutout to Twilight Facebook & The Twilight Guy!)

(Yesssss, there *needs* to be some Blue October on the soundtracks! Justin Furstenfeld is a god!)

Yesterday was also a day of TV appearances:

TLaut on Leno (EPIC): (Part 2 also features new New Moon footage!)

Dakota Fanning on Ellen: (She gets the bejeezes scared out of her by…what else? A vampire LOL):

Stephenie also posted the answers to some fan questions about New Moon on her site! I HIGHLY recommend you read them! Steph is amazing and hilarious! Plus, she talks Midnight Sun!

You can also watch extra footage from her Oprah interview from Friday here.

I still need to do my Cullen Lovin’ post for Carlisle and Esme! Let me know why you love them!

2 DAYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

My Never

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PPS – I found some more parodies! Keep an eye out for them sometime this week!

The Twilight Effect

13 11 2009

6 days!!!

New Moon Quote-of-the-day: “Here’s to responsibility twice a week, and recklessness every day in between.” –Jake, Chapter 7

If you missed Stephenie Meyer on Oprah today, you can watch it here. On Monday (Nov 16), don’t miss Kristen Stewart on The Tonight Show, Taylor Lautner on The Jay Leno Show and Dakota Fanning on Ellen!

Hollywood believes that the masses prefer familiar plots and characters, so that they can get easy entertainment without putting too much effort into it. This theory does have some sense to it – this is the generation of instant gratification. God forbid we read a book when we can get a quick shot of entertainment in the form of a 30 minute TV show or two-hour movie. This same mindset appears to go into the production of the plethora of remakes and book adaptations that fill the silver screen year-round. One is hard pressed to find a movie today that isn’t a remake, sequel or book adaption – or sometimes a combination of all three – and it can be argued that this methodology has gotten out of control. The number of sequels in certain franchises has reached astronomical levels. Sam Raimi has signed on to direct the fourth and fifth installments of the Spiderman franchise. Saw 6 came out in October, Rambo 5 is in the works for 2011, with the possibility of a Rambo 6 to follow at a later date. also speculates that, following the success of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, there will certainly be a fifth installment in the franchise. A fourth and fifth Shrek film have also been confirmed. Virtually every successful movie produced today is followed by at least one sequel. Even movies that were really intended to be a holiday one-hit-wonder and weren’t created with a sequel in mind, such as the Christmas event film Alvin and the Chipmunks, have fallen prey to Hollywood’s penchant for recycling. Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel hits theatres Christmas 2009.

Furthermore, it seems no film is off-limits, no matter how long it has been since the original was released. According to, the 80’s cult classic Heathers has a sequel in the works, though no release date has been set. For series based on books or comic books that have a set number of installments and thus a finite potential for sequels, Hollywood has resorted to making prequels, such as The Hobbit, which precedes the enormously successful Lord of the Rings trilogy, and X-Men Origins: Wolverine, prequel to the successful X-Men franchise.

The decision to adapt The Hobbit for the silver screen points to another trend: Book adaptations have run rampant. According to, 30 novels a year are adapted for the big screen. In recent years, the number has far exceeded the average. reports that in 2006, 50 books were made into movies, and in 2007 that number rose to 70. Some of the better-known adaptations include the Harry Potter series, The Lord of the Rings trilogy, and, more recently, the Twilight Saga. These adaptations prove what the movie industry is only just beginning to realize – fantasy novels, an underappreciated genre in written form, make excellent movie fodder. The appeal of book adaptations is understandable – books already have preexisting fan bases that are certain to turn out at theatres to support the movie version of their favorite book. Plus, many action or fantasy novels are geared toward special effects and sequels, which are two key ingredients in the Hollywood formula for success.

However, it is often the case that movie incarnations of popular novels are inferior to the print version, which serves to outrage loyal fans rather than win them over, but incensed fans are not enough to stop the Hollywood’s production machine if they think they can make a buck or two. In what has dubbed the “Twilight Effect,” a slew of similar book-to-film adaptations are on deck for upcoming years, such as James Patterson’s teen-oriented Maximum Ride series, because the Twilight film, based on author Stephenie Meyer’s bestselling novel of the same name, has done for the fantasy genre what Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey did for science fiction. The teen hit also proved to Hollywood what, deep down, they’ve known for years: If a movie can draw in a teenage audience, the demographic with the most free time and disposable income, it’s sure to be a smash hit.

However, Hollywood has recently started to dip into genres and books less appealing to the teenage crowd, as well as less well-suited to franchises, action thrillers, and special effects. The film incarnation of Jodi Picoult’s popular novel My Sister’s Keeper premiered last June. While the film featured a blockbuster cast of Cameron Diaz, Abigail Breslin, Alec Baldwin and Joan Cusack, the story of a young girl battling cancer and her sister’s fight for the control of her own body is not typical summer blockbuster fare. Hollywood has even gone so far as to turn a children’s bedtime story book into a film set for released in October: Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak. This is not the first time this particular book has been adapted for the big screen; another version was released in 1973. Nor is this a record for remakes. Many films have been remade multiple times, most frequently films who have their origin in classic novels. For example, shows that Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte has been adapted as a movie four times, not counting multiple made-for-TV versions, and is set for yet another remake in 2010. The same is true of Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre, which is set for an eighth remake in 2011.

Films based on classic books are not the only genre in danger of being remade these days. Hollywood has now turned its eye towards cult classic films, such as Footloose, Fame, Dirty Dancing and even The Rocky Horror Picture Show, which all beg the question: Is nothing sacred? One would be hard-pressed to find a film that doesn’t have roots in a novel or previous film, or sometimes both. It was once said that there is nothing new under the sun, and in today’s Hollywood it rings truer than ever. In fact, the only original cinematic attractions in modern Hollywood are the movies full of gross or ridiculous humor, such as You Don’t Mess With the Zohan, and the movies that mock other films, such as the Scary Movie franchise. However, even these movies draw upon the films they parody.

In short, Hollywood today isn’t producing anything that’s going to last. Hollywood’s Golden Age seems to be over – the age of stars like Humphrey Bogart and Audrey Hepburn, whose films are still favorites with modern audiences. But this phenomenon isn’t isolated to just the film industry. The modern age also isn’t producing lasting literature comparable to that of Charles Dickens and Jane Austen, or revolutionary music like the Beatles, who still have die-hard fans, even though two of the band members are dead. Perhaps Hollywood is not the only problem; perhaps modern audiences are demanding less by repeatedly shelling out 10 bucks to see the same film they’ve seen a hundred times before, packaged under a different title. Nevertheless, Hollywood cannot be completely absolved. Film studios, producers and directors have found a formula that works and don’t want to risk their financial security in these uncertain times by generating radical or revolutionary films that have the potential of shocking or alienating audiences. But it’s been proven a hundred times before – the only way to make progress is to push boundaries and move into new territories that have never been charted before. Audiences will love it or hate it, but hey – at least they tried it.

What do you guys think of the “Twilight Effect”? Is it getting out of hand? I’m really starting to wish they’d leave my favorite series alone! They’re turning all my favorite books into sure-to-be-substandard adaptations. The Uglies series by Scott Westerfeld and the A Great and Terrible Beauty series by Libba Bray (both of which I highly recommend) are set to be adapted in 2011 and 2010, respectively. How do you guys feel about this recycling-gone-amok?  Discuss in the comments! Plus, don’t forget to follow on Twitter!

6 days!!!

My Never

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Cullen Lovin’ Part 4: Rosalie Hale

7 11 2009

12 Days!!!

New Moon Quote-of-the-day: “I told him you were planning to corrupt my youthful innocence.” –Jake, Chapter 9


Also, an UPDATE, on Steph’s site she says that she will be doing ONE New Moon movie intervew and it will be The Oprah Winfrey Show THIS Friday, November 13th! Check here for local listings!

She also says most of the questions will be for a general audience and major Twihards will already know the answers, so she will ALSO be answering FAN questions (about the movie) online! You can submit you questions to the Official Twilight Saga website between noon (Eastern Standard Time) Monday, November 9th and noon Tuesday, November 10th! Answers will be posted both on the Saga website and on Stephenie’s site on Monday, November 16th! Details about submitting questions will be posted first thing Monday morning (November 9th) on the Official Saga website.


Reasons to Love Rosalie Hale

I know, I know…you may be thinking “Rosalie?! Seriously?! Wtf?!” and a week or so ago, I would have said the same thing. Buuuuuut I recently had a discussion on twitter with jacndaniel, who actually made me realize that Rose is basically awesome in her own, very unique way. And now I’d like to share that revelation with you.

1. She saved Nessie.

I admire Rose’s tenacity in protecting the baby, despite the overwhelming resistance from the rest of the family. I think that, yes, the baby was important to her, but she also thought Bella deserved the right to make her own choice – a choice Rose knew what it felt like to have taken away from her.

2. She shows the most growth over the course of the series (aside from Bella and Edward, of course).

I really like Bella and Rose’s developing bond over the whole series. Their antagonism in Twilight, the sort of boiling point of their relationship in New Moon, Rose’s realization of how much Bella means to her brother, and the acceptance that comes with that, her explanation and promise to be on her best behavior in Eclipse, and finally their joining forces to save Nessie’s life in Breaking Dawn. Imagine what would have happened if Bella hadn’t had Rose.

3. She truly loves her family (and her brother, our boy Edward).

Here’s the conversation debating this point that resulted in this post:

jacndaniel: “Rose loves everyone to a fault, she can love them enough to tell them what she really thinks.Her fierceness translates 2 bitch but she’s not. She’s harsh with everything she does, but she’s not malicious. She tells Bella the reason 4 her feelings and it makes sense, even to Bella.   So I love Rose for her willingness to protest her family at all costs, her feirceness, and her love.”

Me: “I can see what you’re saying. Have you read the New Moon extra from her point-of-view on Stephenie’s website? That’s what made me really start dislike her. She just seems so selfish and self-absorbed that she didn’t care what kind of pain she was inflicting on Edward. :-(” (there’s another link to the extra I mentioned later in this post)

jacndaniel: “i know, but also she wanted him to come home.clean break like wut edward tried to do w/bella. w/my bro i mite do the same? fierce love again.”

Me: “You have a point – she def loves Edward. I feel like she evolves past some of her initial selfishness over the course of the series too. Like she tells Bella, she hated her because Edward wanted her instead of Rose, but then she got over that and had a legitimate reason to think she was making a mistake. And treating lightly the things Rose wanted most.”

jacndaniel: “See!You’re gettin it!Rose is harsh&selfish at times,but she’s not bad&her core she is all love 4 her fam&Bella.She saved Renesmee after all!”

Me: “That’s true! If it weren’t for Rose, they wouldn’t have had Nessie and Jake would still be suffering. I’d never thought of that – I’d only thought about Rose using Bella as a human incubator, but she *was* right in the end. Hmmm, I think you may have won me over 🙂 I’ll def have to show her some Cullen-Lovin’! There’s a poll on my site now where you can vote for her. I love these kinds of Twi discussions :-)”

 4. Like Emmett, she tears down houses…*ahem*

“You gonna back down so easy, little sister? Not much wild about you, is there? I bet that cottage doesn’t have a scratch. Did Edward tell you how many houses Rose and I smashed?” –Emmett, Breaking Dawn, Chapter 26

5. In New Moon, she shows real remorse for what almost happened to Edward and Bella.

“I’m so very sorry, Bella. I feel wretched about every part of this, and so grateful that you were brave enough to go save my brother after what I did. Please say you’ll forgive me.” –Rosalie, New Moon, Chapter 22

There’s a New Moon extra on Stephenie’s website from Rose’s point-of-view that really gives you insight into her character.

6. She also wants to go to Volterra to save him.

“No, you can’t.” Alice’s voice dropped till it was nearly inaudible, though I was sitting inches from her. Contrarily, I listened harder. “Tell Emmett no…Well, go after Emmett and Rosalie and bring them back…Think about it, Jasper. If he sees any of us, what do you think he will do?” (New Moon, Chapter 19)

7. There’s gotta be something worth loving in the girl, if Emmett loves her 🙂

8. She votes no (Someone had to. Besides Edward.)

“I don’t mean that I have any aversion to you as a sister. It’s just that… this is not the life I would have chosen for myself. I wish there had been someone there to vote no for me.” –Rosalie, New Moon, Chapter 24

And she had a legit reason to do it:

“You already have everything. You have a whole life ahead of you — everything I want. And you’re going to just throw it away. Can’t you see that I’d trade everything I have to be you? You have the choice that I didn’t have, and you’re choosing wrong!” –Rosalie, Eclipse, Chapter 7

“You don’t want to be rash about permanent things, Bella.” –Rosalie, Eclipse, Chapter 7

9. She has a soft side, even if it’s buried waaaaaay deep down.

“I know you’re frustrated that he’s keeping you locked up like this, but don’t give him too bad a time when he gets back. He loves you more than you know. It terrifies him to be away from you.” –Rosalie, Eclipse, Chapter 7

10. She has a tough past, which makes it a little easier to understand why she is the way she is.

After reading chapter 7 of Eclipse, you had to feel for the girl.

11. She’s a pretty kickass assassin and got some sweet revenge on her jackass fiance and his friends. Girl power, baby.

“Every mortal goes to sleep with the chance of never waking up,. The others would expect us to clean up after ourselves. Technically, that would make it Edward’s job, but this is obviously beyond him. You know I’m capable of control. I would leave no evidence behind me.”

“Yes, Rosalie, we all know how proficient an assassin you are,” I snarled. (Edward, Midnight Sun, Chapter 4)

“I saved Royce for last. I hoped that he wold hear of his friends’ deaths and understand, know what was coming for him. I hoped the fear wold make the end worse for him. I thnk it worked. He was hiding inside a windowless room behind a door as thick as a bank vault’s, guarded outside by armed men, when I caught up with him.” — Rosalie, Eclipse, Chapter 7

Come on, she even wore a wedding dress. Evil genius.

“I was overly thearical. It was kind of childish, really. I wore a wedding dress I’d stolen for the occasion. He screamed when he saw me. He screamed a lot that night.” –Rosalie, Eclipse, Chaper 7

12. She also has self-control rivaling that of Carlisle.

She killed those 7 men without drinking their blood. Come on, she’s killed fewer people than ESME.

“You know, my record is almost as clean as Carlisle’s. Better than Esme. A thousand times better than Edward. I’ve never tasted human blood.” –Rose, Eclipse, Chapter 7

And when she nearly slipped up during the birth scene in Breaking Dawn, like Jake says, she wanted them to win – she didn’t put up one ounce of a fight.

“And then Rosalie lost her focus. I saw the expressionon her face shift, saw her lips pull back from her teeth and her black eyes glint with thirst.

“No, Rose!” Edward roared, but his hands were trapped, trying to prop Bella upright so she could breathe.

I launched myself at Rosalie, jumping across the table without bothering to phase. As I hit her stone boy, knocking her toward the door, I felt the scalpel in her hand stab deep into my left arm. My right palm smashed against her face, locking her jaw and blocking her airways.

I used my grip on Rosalie’s face to swing her body out so that I could land a solid kick in her gut; it was like kicking concrete. She flew into the door frame, buckling one side of it. The little spaker in her ear crackled into pieces. Then Alice was there, yanking her by the throat to get her into the hall.

And I had to give it to Blondie — she didn’t put up a ounce of fight. She wanted us to win. She let me trash her like that, to save Bella. Well, to save the thing.” (Jake, Breaking Dawn, Chapter 18)

Yeah, SnarkyMcSnarkerstein thinks it was to save “the thing,” and I’m sure part of it was, but I also think it was to save Bella. They’d bonded.

13. She does pretty well living among all those boys. Emmett’s gotta be a handful 😉

Alice is kind of one of the guys, and Esme isn’t all that present. So that just leaves poor Rose. Until Bella and Nessie come along, that is.

14. She saved Emmett.

“It was only two years later that she found Emmett. She was hunting — we were in Appalachia at the time — and found a bear about to finish him off. She carried him back to Carlisle, more than a hundred miles, afraid she wouldn’t be able to do it herself. I’m only beginning to guess how difficult that journey was for her…She saw something in his face that made her strong enough. And they’ve been together ever since.” –Edward, Twilight, Chapter 14

15. Her battles with Jake in Breaking Dawn are EPIC.

Two words: Blonde jokes.

“You know how you drown a blonde, Rosalie? Glue a mirror to the bottom of a pool.” –Jake, Breaking Dawn, Chapter 14

“Hey, do you know what you call a blonde with a brain? A golden retriever.” –Jake, Breaking Dawn, Chapter 15

“S’not so hard to erase a blonde’s memory. Just blow in her ear.” –Jake, Breaking Dawn, Chapter 15

Plus, the dog bowl thing was just plain hilarious.

“Enjoy, mongrel.” —Rose, Breaking Dawn, Chapter 15

“It had once probably been a big mixing bowl, but she’d bent the bowl back in on itself until it was shaped almost exactly like a dog dish. I had to be impressed with her quick craftsmanship. And her attention to detail. She’d scratched the word Fido into the side. Excellent handwriting.” –Jake, Breaking Dawn, Chapter 15

“Silently, I lifted my doggy bowl off the floor. Then, with a quick, powerful flip of my wrist, I threw it into the back of Blondie’s head so hard that – with an earsplitting bang – it smashed flat before it ricocheted across the room and snapped the round top piece off the thick newel post at the foot of the stairs.” –Jake, Breaking Dawn, Chapter 15

“You. Got. Food. In. My. Hair.” —Rose, Breaking Dawn, Chapter 15 (Rose will be Rose)

“Where’s the flood, mutt?” —Rose, Breaking Dawn, Chapter 14

“About time. The chainsaw impersonation was getting a little tired.” —Rose, Breaking Dawn, Chapter 14

“Oh, wonderful. I knew I smelled something nasty.” –Rose, Breaking Dawn, Chapter 15

“Ew. Someone put the dog out.” —Rose, Breaking Dawn, Chapter 16

Rose has her faults, but don’t we all?

How do you feel about Rose? Did this post change anything? Discuss in the comments! And, as always, follow on Twitter and head over to the Affiliates & Links tab to see our new affiliates!

Tomorrow we’ll be taking a break from the Cullen Lovin’ and doing one of two things, but I haven’t decided which yet, so come back and be surprised! 🙂

Smell the Roses,

My Never

Scream Awards

28 10 2009

As I’m sure many of you know, the Spike TV Scream Awards aired last night. Here’s a recap:

Twilight” won for Best Fantasy Film

Robert Pattinson won for Best Fantasy Actor

Kristen Stewart won for Best Fantasy Actress

Taylor Lautner won for Best Male Breakout Performance


Here’s some footage from the show:

Taylor accepting Best Fantasy Movie for “Twilight”:

Behind-the-scenes werewolf action:

TLaut Interviews from Scream Awards:

Some delicious TLaut pics from the show:

So what did you guys think of last night’s show? Any favorite moments? Talk about it in the comments and be sure to follow on Twitter!

Screamingly yours,

My Never

PS – Check out the EXTENDED Kiss Me Scene from “New Moon”!

PPS – 23 Days!!!

News Wrap

25 10 2009

With the release of “New Moon” fast approaching, the media coverage is getting more and more intense. So today I thought I’d do a wrap-up of the bits of news flying across the internet so that you diehard Twihards can spend less time scouring Google for news and more time watching that transformation clip over and over and over….

First things first – there are rumors flying that “New Moon” has been leaked in its entirety. From everything I’ve heard, this is not true. Don’t click the links because you’ll probably get a virus!!!

On a more exciting note, the “New Moon” cast is going on a promotional tour!!

The dates are as follows:

THE TWILIGHT SAGA: NEW MOON cast tour will visit the following mall locations:
November 6 – Hollywood & Highland Center (Los Angeles, CA) *
November 8 – Park Meadows (Denver, CO)
November 9 – Natick Collection (Boston, MA) *
November 9 –Mall Location TBD – Check for update (Chicago, IL) *
November 9 – Fair Oaks Mall (Washington, DC)
November 10 – Houston Galleria (Houston, TX)
November 11 – Mall of America (Minneapolis, MN) *
November 11 – Cherry Hill Mall (Philadelphia, PA) *
November 11 – Stonestown Galleria (San Francisco, CA)
November 12 – Mall of Georgia (Atlanta, GA)
November 12 – Westfield Southcenter (Seattle, WA) *
November 13 – Dadeland Mall (Miami, FL)
November 13 – Scottsdale Fashion Square (Phoenix, AZ)
November 14 – Fashion Place (Salt Lake City, UT) *
November 19 – Times Square (New York, NY)
*Denotes a performance by a band featured on THE TWILIGHT SAGA: NEW MOON soundtrack.

For more information, click here.

Also, @Twilight has released the Eclipse title treatment via TwitPic!

Eclipse Title Treatment

@Twilight tweeted about a couple of “New Moon” contests!

The first is sponsored by Torrid and runs October 23-November 15. The grand prize is a trip to Forks!! Go here to enter!

The second is sponsored by Nordstrom and ends on November 2. The grand prize is a trip for you and a friend to the LA premiere of “New Moon” with the cast on November 16! Go here to enter!

And, as if enough footage hasn’t been released/leaked, some of the cast are set to premiere brand-new footage at MTV’s Halloween Fest on October 30th 9/8 central.

KStew, RPattz, TLaut, NReed, KLutz and AGreene are all scheduled to appear.

Speaking of released footage, some new TV spots debuted this week.

(Um, wtf is up with Edward’s face CRACKING?!)

According to David Slade’s twitter, filming on “Eclipse” has wrapped for several actors and “its getting a lot less crowded in Forks.”

He says all shooting should be complete in few days, but there’s still 8 months of post-production ahead. Among the actors heading home are Elizabeth Reaser (Esme), Anna Kendrick (Jessica) and Christian Serratos (Angela).

And, finally, for some eye candy head here and here for some TLaut and KLutz deliciousness 😉

Hope everyone is having a TwiTastic weekend! Head over to Twitter to follow and check out the awesome new background! And please comment on the blog post – I’d love to hear your thoughts!