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- MTV: She talks about how she prefers Zack Morris to Robert Pattinson. I never watched "Saved by the Bell," so I can't make a judgement here :)
- WWD: Seear talks about transitioning from modeling to acting, and how fun it will be to seduce human prey.'
- Style.com: Seear talks more "Twilight" and "Saved by the Bell."
Jodelle Ferland has been cast as a newborn in "Eclipse." There has been no confirmation from Summit, but many Twifans wonder if she'll be Bree--one of the newborn vampires in Victoria's army that the Volturi eventually kill. Ferland is probably known best for her role as Sharon in the supernatural horror film, "Silent Hill."
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In this clip Jimmy does both Edward Cullen and Harry Potter, comparing vampires to wizards. My favorite is the "outtakes" at the end where Edward and Harry drop the F-bomb, among other things.
[Note: This video has a weird background noise I can't seem to get rid of.]
Here Jimmy does Robward, as he contemplates "Shark Week" on the Discovery Channel. Jimmy calls Rob "a tasty dish," and hangs out with a Kristen Stewart/Bella blow-up doll.
I wonder if Rob or Kristen have seen these?
Let's start off with a bang. @SaraKullen sent me this, and I have to warn you that the first few seconds might cause fainting, so don't be chopping tomatoes or sitting by a pile of broken glass. I guarantee your jaw will drop at the sepia-toned highlights. Once you've picked yourself up off the floor, enjoy the video collage of Rob.
There are two other videos with this series. See them here and here.
Rob met some fans this week in NYC. He's all sweaty from filming a bike-riding scene in the heat. Rob + sweat + hot, humid NYC night = [Fill in the NC-17 blank.]
More Rob at the airport photos. This time he's at LAX, arriving just this evening. Same NYY cap, although the greenish shirt seems new. No one should look this good after a 5.5 hour flight.
This video is a bit sad, actually; especially when prefaced by Rob talking about his life, comparing himself to a stone that is stepped on and flies away and you don't know where it's going. The song is old ("Superman (It's Not Easy)" by Five for Fighting), but it's a good one, and it goes so well with the photos. Poor Rob...he must wonder every day how his life turned upside-down... :(
Source: Lorabell via TwiCrackAddict
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MTV: Yeah, we saw you in the trailer, jumping at Bella.Read the whole interview here, or watch the video:
Rathbone: You saw a little bit of it in the trailer; you didn't see the whole thing.
MTV: There's more to the birthday scene?
Rathbone: Yeah, there's a little bit more violence. It's definitely longer. It's really about the moment where Bella is realizing what kind of world she's into. We spent the entire time with "Twilight" delving into the vampire world, but now in "New Moon," it's like you're in the vampire world, and what happens when you get a paper cut? What happens when everyone you love turns around on you and suddenly could kill you? She's in that world right now, and she's kind of scared by it. She's also getting into the werewolf world, and suddenly she's got these two new worlds on her — and there's love in both. It's an amazing script.
I definitely know this is one of the scenes in "New Moon" that I am really looking forward to seeing on the big screen. When I was reading the book, it was such a surprise how this scene unfolded. And we know it goes downhill fast after her birthday, ugh.
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There is the "New Moon" 2010 Calendar ($16.99):
There is the "New Moon" 2010 Vertical Calendar ($14.99):
The following scans are from the Vertical Calendar:
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"Breaking Dawn," the fourth book in "The Twilight Saga" series by Stephenie Meyer, celebrates its 1st Birthday today.
To commemorate its release exactly one year ago, a special edition has been released on August 4, 2009. The publisher Little, Brown is doing a one-time only printing of one million copies, so this special edition copy of "Breaking Dawn" will be available for a limited time.
Special edition extras include:
- An exclusive "Breaking Dawn" concert series DVD, featuring a performance by Blue October's Justin Furstenfeld, plus a conversation between Stephenie Meyer and Justin Furstenfeld.
- A reproduction of the personal, handwritten lyrics for "My Never" by Justin Furstenfeld.
- A limited-edition, full-color Bella & Edward poster (on reverse side of book jacket).
Tonight's E! News also had a special segment tonight which highlights Stephenie Meyer and Justin Furstenfeld at Blue October's concert, as well as the "Breaking Dawn" special edition's extras.
Source: NewMoonMovie.org and Twilight Poison
The "New Moon" movie calendar is available. $16.99 from Borders. September, my birthday month, features Edward in all his golden-eyed glory. Happy Birthday to Me!
TwilightBeauty.com launches their online store on August 17. A few items below...
Ahhh, the French. They get the best cheese and the best wine. They get Olivier Martinez. And now they get this round collector's box with three DVDs and some bling, all for EUR 44,99 on Amazon.fr.
A slough of "New Moon" goods were on display at Comic-Con. Belts, clothes, jewelry...even doorknob hangers. I kid you not. For Halloween I'm seriously thinking me in the green Bella birthday dress with a profusely bleeding finger, and my husband in a blonde pouf wig looking like a deranged, bloodthirsty Jasper.
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What is it about a guy singing and sweating and playing an instrument on stage that is just so...gahhh?! And can I just add that Jackson's steamy concert hair is way sexier than Jasper's "New Moon" pouf?
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about the blogger
Myriam Gabriel-Pollock has been writing for MSN since 2006 -- everything from quizzes to feature articles to the Twilight Superfan blog. Prior to that she was a hi-tech geek. She has happily transitioned into a film geek, especially if there are wizards, vampires, mythical places, and spaceships.