»Independent- “Teenage Kicks at the Box Office”
But these are just a taste of what is to come. One of the most buzzed-about projects in Hollywood is Twilight, a teen-centric Vampire drama adapted from a mega-selling series by Stephenie Meyer. While vampire novels tend to be associated with black-clad, mascara-plastered men, Meyer’s fanbase is comprised overwhelmingly of young women.
»Update on StephenieMeyer.com.
A few weeks ago we announced the new editions and books coming out in the next few months. Only two of them currently have release dates on Amazon.com, so I thought I would post links to those two so that you can read what they’re all about. The Twilight Saga: The Official GuideTwilight (Mass Market Paperback) comes out on October 28, 2008. And, speaking of the Twilight Saga, if you haven’t ever been to Borders Twilight Saga page, and you have some time to kill, I would suggest checking out some of their exclusive videos.
»Miss Stephenie on Ellen? Check out this vid, and this one.
»Pattinson Online has reported this:
After speaking with Rob’s management yesterday, we are able to confirm that Rob has shot another Entertainment Weekly cover. This time he will be alone and they assure me it will be a better photo! No news yet as to when it will be published, but we’ll keep you informed.
»AceShowBiz- “Twilight New Scenes Vizualing the Cullens’ Back Story”
Providing more details to , “” stars Robert Pattinson and Kellan Lutz open up to MTV News and confirm that the reshoots are indeed flashbacks. At 2008 MTV Video Music Awards, they noted that the scenes will help to explain the background story of the Cullen family. About it, Pattison revealed, “The reshoots are basically flashbacks that can go [along with] big voiceovers. Well, not voiceovers, but big scenes that give the exposition and back story of the Cullens.” Giving out more, Lutz confessed that it is the visualization of the old peace treaty made by a family of vampires and the Quileute Indian tribe saying, “It’s more about the treaty, and really summarizing what that really is.”