Showing posts from January, 2013

The Twilight Saga, Without Words

What would the Twilight movies be like if all words are taken out of it, and only contain sound effects and the score? Check out the videos to find out ;-)

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Stephenie Meyer talks 'Austenland' at Sundance

Stephenie Meyer was at Sundance to promote Austenland, a film of which she will be producing. There were also talks about what a Twilight theme park would look like, if it were to happen.
Stephenie Meyer knows all about obsessive fans. So it makes sense that the "Twilight" author should produce a movie about a woman who takes another writer's work a little too much to heart. Meyer is a producer on the Sundance Film Festival premiere "Austenland," adapted from her friend Shannon Hale's novel that follows the romantic misadventures of a Jane Austen devotee.

"Austenland" stars Keri Russell as a woman named Jane who is so fanatical about the "Pride and Prejudice" author's fiction that she blows her life savings to visit an Austen-themed British resort. Jane is so fixated on finding her own Austen-style suitor that she has a life-size cut-out of Colin Firth as aloof suitor Mr. Darcy in a BBC production of "Pride and Prejudice."

'Breaking Dawn Part 2' B-Roll Video


2011 Flashback: 'Breaking Dawn Part 1' Convention, L.A. - Nov 2011

Check out videos from the Breaking Dawn Part 1 official convention in Los Angeles, back in November 2011. Best part would have to be Peter Facinelli's most embarassing moment!

'Breaking Dawn Part 2' Spoof at PCAs

‘Breaking Dawn Part 1′ Extended Clip of Bella and Edward

Here's a deleted scene from Breaking Dawn Part 1, which will be included in an extended edition of the DVD in the States.

MTV Defends Twilight's Multiple Razzie Nominations

Remember that Razzie thing? Well, Kevin from MTV has written up an amazing commentary about this, and it's pretty good, I think.

The final "Twilight" movie is not nearly as bad as the cynical majority would assume.

Any award show, even one that highlights the worst of film, should approach the field of contenders with objectivity and an eye for honoring the best (or worst) contender regardless of public standing or politics. What's so shocking about the "Twilight" nominations is that the same principles that led to its many nods should have also qualified "John Carter," an equally easy film to lampoon that doesn't actually live up its disgraceful public image, which receive no nominations. So why the assault on vampires? "Breaking Dawn" swept for the same reason "The Return of the King" won in every category at the 2004 Oscars. It's awards-giving with an agenda.

'All I Believe In' Music Video

Here's a New Moon flashback. Check out the music video for Amadou & Mariam and The Magic Numbers' 'All I Believe In'. It's in the movie, but is an iTunes bonus track on the soundtrack CD. I haven;'t seen the video, so just thought of posting it here.

'Twihards' win Favourite Movie Fan Following!!

Yay! For the People's Choice Awards 2013, Breaking Dawn Pt 1 didn't get any nominations, but us Twihards did.

We were up for Favourite Movie Fan Following, and the Twihards won!

Congrats, everyone :D

p/s not discussing Razzies. Ever.

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Kristen Stewart Covers V Magazine

Kristen Stewart graces the cover of the January 2013 issue of  V Magazine. The dress is by Calvin Klien.

Kristen Stewart is nothing short of gracious. Upon walking into this interview a few minutes behind schedule, she proffers a hug and an offer to “stay until you get everything you need.” There are no publicists, handlers, ringleaders, or beefcake bodyguards hanging around, and she is dressed in 7 for All Mankind jeans and Converse kicks. For the world’s highest-earning actress—last year she dethroned Sarah Jessica Parker and Angelina Jolie at the top of the Forbes list, to the tune of $34.5 million—the lack of pretense is really quite remarkable…not that this is her favorite part of the job. “I really love people,” she says as she hops into a chair and folds her tiny frame like origami. “You can’t not as an actor. It’s just strange meeting someone and going, Okay, you start at square one and I will try and make up for what you already think you know about me.” 

“I have realized that…