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‘A lot of people would say that a vampire movie would fit, but I would disagree,’ Gerard Way says of ‘Twilight’ sequel.
Heres a review…
If you believe that the “Star Trek” or “Lord of the Rings” movies are the Stevens essential cinema, then technically speaking “Twilight” is the exact opposite of that. It’s based off of the first novel in the “Twilight” series written by Stephenie Meyer, and is aimed more for the female young-adult crowd. In addition, it has a romantic plot, and even more so it has mysterious yet somehow stylishly good looking vampires in it. Oh, and it doesn’t have swords or naked chicks in it. Besides that, the vampire is a natural predator of the zombie, and no self-respecting Stevens student would choose vampires over zombies.
Despite this, I know many people who continually tell me to read the books, including my own cousin. As such, my curiosity piqued when I realized I needed to review the movie. After all, what better excuse to watch it than to say you’re required to? The movie started out deceivingly good, with Kristen Stewart playing Bella Swan, a seventeen year-old girl who moves to live with her father in Forks, Washington. The town has only 3,000 residents, and lies between the towns of “Nowhere” and “East Jabib.” Besides an apparent lack of a sense of humor, Stewart succeeds in portraying Meyer’s vision of “a completely average teen” quite well. She isn’t whiny, surprised as I was, and watching her make the transition from a completely different state is interesting to watch, as it makes her character someone you can relate to.
This goes out the door, however, when Edward “Fancy-pants” Cullen (Robert Pattinson) and his four charming siblings enter the scene. Bella suddenly shifts her focus from, well, everything else and begins to obsess over the Cullens. Never mind the number of boys with an actual pulse wanting to take her to the prom. Bella is completely absorbed by the fact that something seems so strange and mysterious about the Cullens (spoiler alert: they’re vampires). Besides this, I also found a problem with the fact that Edward’s character is somewhat of a prick. Not only does he act like a jerk, but he can read minds too. And because of the things humans normally think about, he doesn’t think too highly of them either. Women call it being sophisticated, but where I come from (South Jersey), they call it being a pretentious bastard.
Twilight’ star Robert Pattinson might have been linked to a host of hot ladies over recent months, but he has denied having romantic ties with anyone.
The British actor insisted that the he was unattached while visiting ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’, for an episode that airs this Friday, reports the China Daily.
“Now, are you single?” Ellen asked.
“Ah, yeah,” the actor replied.
However, despite women throwing themselves at him regularly, Pattinson’s search for true love seems to be continuing.
“No one else seems to get into a relationship with me. It’s really strange,” he told Ellen.
“People like screaming at me. Actually, they like screaming at me in relationships as well. No one wants to commit,” the heartthrob added. (ANI)
Filed under: Billy Burke, Rachelle Lefevre | Tags: billy, burke, charlie, lefevre, rachelle, romance, spoof, victoria
check out this FAKE news article by the spoof
Sources confirmed today what the rumor mill has been saying for weeks: there was indeed an off-screen tryst between Twilight’s Billy Burke (Charlie Swan) and Rachelle Lefevre (Victoria).
“They caught each other’s eyes, and seemed taken with each other from the moment they met,” said Trey Loviglio, a stagehand on the set of Twilight.
The two actors have been spotted together in and around Los Angeles recently. They’ve been out at least once or twice a week at LA hot spots Bardot, Bar Chloe and Nobu Los Angeles.
Reps for both actors have said they don’t comment on their clients’ personal lives.
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Here is an article about Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewarts “relationship”.
Will it be the “Twilight” romance take two? It appears that some are still trying to force Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart together off screen. As the filming gets set for the sequel to Twilight (New Moon), again based on the book series by Arizona author Stephanie Meyer it appears that many in the entertainment world are again predicting a romance.
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