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People in this forum seem to be
Personally, I love the name Bella (not Isabella) which is funny because Bella is the character in the book I cant stand !
But I wouldn’t call my kids after characters.
Watch the video here
I think to think this site attract Twilight fans that aren’t complete losers, like the ones we here about.
I’ve created this section to have a good laugh at some of the things Twilight fans do.
Most have been obtained from twilightsucks.com
Does this mean I(the author) hates Twilight?
Of course not ! I’m just not crazy obsessed, I appreciate Twilight is and admire Robert Pattinson. But I won’t do stupid things for it.
This is intended for a laugh, not mocking Twilight fans.
1. Her middle name is Michele – which is also her mother’s name
2. She has one sibling named Joe – which is also her Father’s name
3. She graduated high school at the age of 17
4. She was born on February 21, 1987
5. She used to be a “Vision” model
6. She is the face of StopStaring.com
7. She is 5’5”
8. Her nicknames are Chewy (Bear) and Asher
9. She enjoys surfing, hiking, reading, shopping, and cliff diving in her free time
10. She admires Audrey Hepburn’s role in “Breakfast At Tiffany’s” (She adores her)
11. She will be appearing in “Warrior” opposite Kellan Lutz
12.She read all 4 of the Twilight books and was a fan before she was cast as Alice
13. She was born in Jacksonville, Florida
1. He was born on December 21, 1984 in Singapore
2. He grew up in Midland, Texas
3. He was once a reporter for “Disney 411”
4. He has a band -100 Monkeys – with Jerad Anderson and Ben Graupner
5. He has a tattoo that says “I’m Lost…”
6. He has a cat named Dean
7. He has been in a Proactiv Solution commercial
8. He has 3 sisters
9. His nickname is Jay
10. He loves The Notebook
11. He had his first kiss when he was 13 while watching Titanic
12. In 3 words, he would describe himself as calm, collected, and crazy
13. His natural hair color is brunette
Robert Pattinson’s first acting job was playing Reese Witherspoon’s son in the 2004 film Vanity Fair.
The British actor – who became a household name after starring as vampire Edward Cullen in the recent Twilight film – played the character of Rawdy Crawley alongside the Legally Blonde star.
And Pattinson, 22, says it was his first foray into professional acting.
He reveals, “My first job I was playing Reese Witherspoon’s son and I hadn’t done any acting in school.
“I wasn’t in a drama school or anything. You turn up on set and I’d done one amateur play and you kind of end up doing a film with Reese Witherspoon and you have a trailer and stuff. It was the most ridiculous thing.
“And I was thinking, I should be an actor. I’m doing a movie with Reese Witherspoon. How is this happening? I don’t know what I was thinking then. I never really thought about for the audience.
“It’s an excuse, it’s the one job where you can do whatever you want and people have got to accept it. If you went in an office and said I need to punch out some windows to do this database, you’d get fired. But you get a lot of slack as an actor. You can just go nuts all the time.”
How can Kristen Stewart complain about Twlight and keep working?
I assume you’re talking about the Nylon magazine interview, in which Stewart calls Twilight fans’ enthusiasm “thoughtless”? Or how her dad went even further and implied that Twilight is not a “great movie”?
But it’s not just Stewart slinging buzzkill. Remember how Katherine Heigl spat on Grey’s Anatomy’s writers, moaning that her $225,000-an-episode lips weren’t getting enough scenery to chew? Or teenage Jessica Biel, who whined about the limitations of her role in 7th Heaven?
All of them are still being pelted with money, thanks. And the main reason is that in Hollywood, what sounds like a complaint is actually a secret code that means something completely different.
So what’s the message?
How about “I want more money,” or “I want out of my contract,” or “Hey, casting directors, I’m not just a pretty ass, I’m, like, a serious actress, so go ahead and consider me for that role as a peasant girl suffering from rickets”?
As for exactly what Stewart said, she told Nylon, “”Anywhere we’d go for Twilight was a psychotic situation. The sound was deafening, and it’s thoughtless, as well…You get a slew of all these bullshit questions like, ‘What’s it like to kiss a vampire?’ and ‘How much do you love Robert?’ Then you’ll get one that’s actually real, but you’re like, ‘No, I can’t right now, I can’t even consider [it].”
Sure, casting director Bonnie Gillespie tells me, some studio publicist may give the whining actress a “hand-slapping” after seeing a quote like that, but most Hollywood players know that when the talent complains, it’s really more about business. And more often than not, the producers hear the call and give the actors something, like, say, dollars, to shut them up. And then everyone goes back to their emerald palaces or wherever it is that they live.
In fact, it’s not impossible that an actress’ complaints come at the prodding of some personal publicist eager to reposition a client.
“It wouldn’t surprise me if a publicist were saying, ‘It might be wise to drop a subtle complaint’,” says Gillespie, who runs the casting and production company Cricket Feet.
And those complaints? They work. Thanks to her complaints—plus a nearly-nude shoot at age 17 in Gear magazine—Biel got out of her contract with 7th Heaven.
“It’s never that an actor actually has a complaint about a project they’re working on,” Gillespie insists. “It has everything to do with politics.”