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"It really is just an atmosphere of fear."
"Sometimes it's a little scary being out here."
"Sometimes you just hear things and get scared."
Added by Bella Cullen on June 18, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments
But I still think MTV needs to drop the voting-for-awards thing.
Added by Bella Cullen on June 7, 2011 at 4:25pm — No Comments
...see the "Like" count at the bottom of Perez Hilton's posting of the BD trailer video (I couldn't find any other posting of his that came even remotely close):
Added by Bella Cullen on June 5, 2011 at 11:15pm — No Comments
He's a well-mannered, hard-working guy, but, as he himself has admitted (see, e.g., Oprah interview), he's lived a pretty sheltered life.
Added by Bella Cullen on June 2, 2011 at 3:32pm — No Comments
From Variety: "In the chess match to debut the first Snow White project, Relativity has moved to checkmate Universal. Last week, U shrewdly moved 'Snow White and the Huntsman' up to June 1, 2012, leapfrogging it ahead of Relativity's untitled Snow White pic by a month. Then on Tuesday, Ryan Kavanaugh & co. countered by bumping the Tarsem Singh-helmed pic up from June 29 to March 16, 2012, putting it more than two months into the lead. The one-upping between the financing partners would…Continue
Added by Bella Cullen on May 25, 2011 at 10:16am — No Comments
From Sunday's NYT Magazine:
"Obviously no one involved with the making of the show wants to come right out and say it, but MTV’s getting into the teen-horror game because of the world-beating success of Stephenie Meyer’s 'Twilight' novels, which are among the most read borderline-unreadable books of the last decade, and the movie franchise they inspired, which has grossed nearly $1 billion to date and forced an entire generation of girls to pledge allegiance to either Team Edward (the…Continue
From the Social Security Administration:
"If you remember last year’s baby name craze around the 'Twilight' novels and movies, it should come as no surprise that 'Twilight' scores again this year. The second fastest riser on the boys’ list is Kellan, the name of actor Kellan Lutz, best known for playing Emmett Cullen in the 'Twilight' series."
Added by Bella Cullen on May 8, 2011 at 9:28am — No Comments
From EW story: "Some readers have balked at what they interpreted to be a pro-life message in Meyer's novel, since Bella refuses to consider aborting her baby, even when she learns it could kill her...The actress insists Bella's dilemma felt utterly real to her...'I could f---ing get pregnant tomorrow.'"
Added by Bella Cullen on April 26, 2011 at 7:07pm — No Comments
A little vampire-related parody:
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Given that Summit is determined to maintain a PG-13 rating for Breaking Dawn, despite its more mature content, the MPAA Rating Board will have a big say in whether Breaking Dawn is a compelling film release, or a cheesy wait-for-DVD whitewash. From the Board's website:
"More than brief nudity will require at least a PG-13 rating, but such nudity in a PG-13 rated motion picture generally will not be sexually oriented. There may be depictions of violence in a PG-13 movie, but…Continue
Added by Bella Cullen on March 31, 2011 at 12:44pm — No Comments
...I bet this song would've been in the soundtrack, especially given the lyrics:
Added by Bella Cullen on March 20, 2011 at 7:47pm — No Comments
Rolling Stone: "Peter Travers has no love for Red Riding Hood...an incredibly stupid Twilight retread and dull in the extreme, so Travers is tossing it in his Scum Bucket."
Variety: "Intermittently enjoyable hokum at best, this mostly risible exercise in fairy-tale revisionism could stoke enough young-femme curiosity to post solid if not 'Twilight'-threatening numbers, its tepid dramatics, clumsy production values and cupboardful of werewolf…Continue
"The King's Speech star Colin Firth is set to become a creepy vampire called Stoker for his next movie, it has emerged. The 50-year-old Oscar winner is to join Nicole Kidman, 43, and Alice In Wonderland star Mia Wasikowska, 21, in the film, which is inspired by Bram Stoker's classic horror novel Dracula. The film has been written by Prison Break star Wentworth Miller and tells the story of a girl called India and her mother who are visited by a mysterious uncle after India’s father…Continue
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