Filed under: Kristen Stewart | Tags: fans, hate, kristen, me, stewart, Twilight
“They covet Rob. I think half of them are so jealous that they hate me.
“It’s not like, ‘Maybe I should be with [Pattinson] to make them happy and it’ll make me more popular!'”
Stewart adds that her real boyfriend, Michael Angarano, 21, “is totally not a threatened guy. But, dude, it sucks.”
Ashley Greene (Alice Cullen) gave In Touch Magazine the inside scoop on Taylor Lautners new body. She said “He looks fantastic…I was sitting in the make-up trailer and I looked over and he was taking his shirt off because he was doing a-they were looking for his double-and I was just like, “You’ve got to be joking. You’ve got to be joking.” The girls are going to be very satisfied, I can tell you. It looks like 300![the movie]“
She also reassured fans’ that just because Edward is ‘gone’ for a big portion of the movie, doesn’t mean he will disappear off our screens: “Of course they threw Rob in there! He comes in as a flittering image to tell Bella not to do anything reckless and then you have him at the very beginning at school, at the party when he’s saying goodbye to her, and the flittering images and in Italy as well, so they’ll get their fix.”
So don’t worry ladies, even though this seems to be ‘Jacobs’ movie we still get to see Edward, and the amount of crazy stuff Bella does, I think we will see a lot of him, possibly more than the book suggests. That’s the fun about the movies, is that they take us places Bella doesn’t go in the book, perhaps we might even get a peek into what Edward gets up to on his own after he leaves Forks.
Filed under: Kristen Stewart | Tags: backlash, fans, kristen, stewart, Twilight
Kristen Stewart, who plays Bella in the popular movie Twilight, has received backlash from the Twilight community. Fans have become furious after several comments have surfaced from Stewart and her father in relation to the film.
When her father, John Stewart, was asked recently why his daughter didn’t present with Robert Pattinson at the Oscars his response was, she would present an award at the Oscars “When it’s a great movie, not just one that makes a lot of money.”
In addition Stewart referred to the Twilight promotion tour as “psychotic situations” and “bulls—t questions” in her recent interview with Nylon Magazine.
While there are a lot of enraged fans out there, there are still those that are willing to defend her, including myself. While I am against biting the hand that feeds you, the popularity of the film and the amount of media attention that these young actors have been thrown into is insane. At the end of the day Stewart has the right to choose the direction she would like to take with her career.
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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.
Filed under: Twilight | Tags: fans, full, impresses, moon, soundtrack, Twilight
“THE BLACK GHOSTS,” The Black Ghosts (Universal Republic)
The Blacks Ghosts caught a break when they landed their song “Full Moon” on the soundtrack for November’s blockbuster “Twilight,” which has prompted Universal Republic to re-release the U.K. act’s self-titled debut that initially came out in July.
The best part for the duo: “Full Moon” is one of the least memorable cuts on “The Black Ghosts.”
Sure, some “Twilight” fans might be a bit disappointed if they take the full “Black Ghosts” plunge based on “Full Moon.” That track is an apparition of a song — folkish and, befitting “Twilight,” mystical. The remainder of the duo’s release is much more bold, which might spook “Twilight’s” tender teen fans who aren’t used to such aural aggression.
“The Black Ghosts” is powered by tension, starting with the taut electricity that drives opener “Some Way Through This.” Theo Keating and Simon Lord eventually work their release into propulsive and dark electronic rhythms treated with various amounts of friction and beats, flickers and crashes. If “The Black Ghosts” were stripped of all vocals, it would still stand as an invigorating dance album of mostly congruous tracks.
Fortunately, Lord weighs in with stylish and earnest vocals and literate lyrics, shading in a cerebral provocation to match the primal call to arms of the music. For instance, he challenges a lover on “Any Way You Choose to Give It” with “Take some responsibility for your awareness of the levels on which we lie.” And his assertion on “I Want Nothing”: “I want nothing but the love of the next stranger who walks through that door/I want nothing but to dissolve in the night and to feel direction no more.”
“The Black Ghosts” may be too demanding for the typical fan of “Twilight” or techno, but that’s all the better.