I found these percents on a blog. Not sure if they are true, but some are disappointing.
Added by Melissa Connelly on June 3, 2011 at 3:02pm — No Comments
Do you recall the dish Edward bought Bella? Well you can order it online and get it shipped (yes, shipped!) to your house. The site says to check back on May 6th for further details, but you can sign up for email alerts for updates.…Continue
Elizabeth Eulberg has quite the day job. Her very intimidating title is Director of Global Publicity for Stephenie Meyer, which means she manages planet Earth’s insatiable demand for theTwilight mega-author. But on the weekends the 35-year-old Wisconsin native turns off the ringer to her vampire phone, holes up in her Hoboken, apartment, and writes 5,000 words a…Continue
I'm not sure if anyone has posted this already, but please vote for Kristen for the Girl of the Year for the Virgin Media Movie Awards. She's in second place so make her first! You can vote as many times as you'd like-- trust me. She was at 47% percent so I've been voting for about ten minutes and now she's at 48%. (Is that cheating?!) The link is…Continue
Added by Melissa Connelly on January 21, 2011 at 7:09pm — No Comments
Filming will be starting in early 2011 and the rights were sold in 2009.
In case you didn't know:
The film will be directed and written by Andre Niccol and produced by Steve Schwartz, Paula Mae Schwarts, and Nick Wechsler.
For more info about the crew click…Continue
The New York Post reports-
Seventy-two-year-old Superman is getting a face-lift this week in a new book that reimagines the iconic character as more of a brooding heartthrob than a muscle-bound Boy Scout.
In "Superman: Earth One," the Man of Steel is a conflicted 20-year-old who's trying to find his way in the world, bearing more of a resemblance to Robert Pattinson from the "Twilight"…
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I wanted to have a fun, interactive post where fans shared what they will be doing for this halloween. Maybe you have some ideas on costumes, parties, recipes, and such that you can share with us. It doesn't have to be Twilight, just Halloween. You can share what you're doing on October 31st (passing out candy, trick or treating, going to a party), dressing up as, etc.…
I saw this in a store at Stone Mountain in Georgia and thought that it was good marketing and kinda funny that anything can be related to Twilight, even Christianity. The company also has Christian-aimed Guitar Hero, Facebook, and Modern Warfare gear.
I saw these at Walgreens and I took a blurry picture (sorry!). It was kinda embarrassing to take a picture in a aisle with about ten people in it. So I snapped and ran!
Edward and Jacob have to same flavors and shapes as before, caramel and peanut butter, but Bella is now a chocolate truffle flavor instead of…Continue
Thanks to EclipseMovie.org (great site, by the way)!
The website says that it is "rumored to be released in December", but you can pre-order the comics…Continue
See that font? How famililar! Now, I think it's pretty cool that they use the beloved Zephyr font on this novel. I mean, it catches people's eye so who cares?
I'm a book junkie and I'm wicked excited for this 2011 debut coming out. Here is the synoposis:…
Added by Melissa Connelly on September 10, 2010 at 9:16am — No Comments
I thought you'd like me to share, but after this you might be a little sick and upset with me.
What do you think of it? I like the image, just not the "sparkles". I'm not a huge fan of Twilight tattoos, so I wish this was just a drawing, not ink.
PS, Edward as a mermaid (enjoy!):…Continue
Vampire Support is a group putting together a fund to help out the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. As fans of anything vampire, we should all help out with this awesome cause. Their goal is to win a five-thousand dollar grant from Pepsi Co. so that they can auction off t-shirts, signed book, autographs, etc. This charity is aimed towards teens so they can help out with the tragedy, but…Continue
Added by Melissa Connelly on August 31, 2010 at 2:25pm — No Comments
Ok, people, you have to buy this book. I'm in love with it. Why? Oh, you know, because it has awesome detailed descriptions of each what our favorite character's lives were probably like in their time period (except for Esme, but she was brought up around the same time as Edward). It's a college-level read, but that means nothing since a two year old can read just as well as most college students....…Continue