Sunday, July 25, 2010

Rob's encounter with Paps in Malibu this weekend

We rarely post any pap related pictures, preferring just regular Twi News and the occasional appearance that stars have consented to, like interviews and photo shoots. And many of you are fully aware of how much the stars are harassed, followed, and yes bothered. Rob is bothered, but it's not funny this time and it's not a parody. It's real life. It's hitting the news big time in the Twi World, and I'm sure we'll see clips on Access Hollywood and other insipid shows like that throughout the week. I don't care what kind of life you "signed up for" nobody asks or deserves to be harassed or stalked. Don't blame the victim.

Comic-con offers panel on Twilight Fan Fiction

While Twilight is not filling Hall H this year with hordes of Twihards, don't fool yourself into thinking there are no Twilight related events and panels this year. Stephen Lloyd Wilson visited the hard to find/half hidden underground room that housed the Twilight Fan Fiction panel, and walked away with much to say about the experience.

I really thought this was great coverage and nicely written

The panel is buried next door to the convention center, in the basement of the Mariott. It’s a small room, seating maybe a hundred or so people at the most, the smallest one of I’ve been in at the convention other than the bathrooms. There are a handful of other events bumped to the Mariott, but there’s a palpable feeling that this particular panel is over here to limit the rubbernecking drop ins and give these particular fans some peace. Prisco and I loiter outside; it’s the first event of the day so the doors aren’t open yet.
It’s apparent that most people here already know each other, although they’re from all parts of the world. They do the internet handle tango, approaching each other, glancing at the meaningless name tags, and then pronouncing semi-random words and digits that signify their identity. The excited exclamations follow, shaking hands and hugging friends never before met. True names have power, it’s funny how just as some myths are disappearing, we build new worlds that incorporate their rules. An organizational sort starts passing around a sharpie so that everyone can write the handles on their name tag.
The convention gives out giant tote bags when you get your ticket, for stuffing freebies and bootie in. There are a few rotating around, WB, CBS. A few companies pass out their own at their booths, and there’s a neat one floating around from BBC America promoting Doctor Who, with that picture of Karen Gillan and Matt Smith floating in space outside the TARDIS. A few of the fans here are checking each other’s out and one woman exclaims, “If anyone sees the Doctor Who one, please get it for me!” Not so strange after all, eh?
The doors finally open to admit us, and as the crowd squeezes between the doors, scarred from thousands of these sorts of crowds pushing in and out, one woman admires another’s “V for Vendetta” tattoo. It’s a representation of V’s iconic mask, filling all the space between her shoulder blades, the motto emblazoned beneath: “Vi Veri Viversum Vivus Vici.” Not so different.
The seats fill up quickly, until there’s only standing room in the back. There might be eight men in the entire room: Prisco and I, four guys in the back giggling and exuding a mocking voyeurism which was exactly the reason for burying this over in another building. There a sprinkling of other men scattered throughout, each making a point to have his arm around the woman he’s with.
One of the fans excuses herself to get around Prisco and me, and says “you guys are brave, there’s a lot of estrogen in this room.”
“We’ve got a lot too,” I say.
“I used to work in a bank,” Prisco says.
Seven authors seat themselves on the low stage with a table and microphones at the front of the room. There’s not the slightest separation between them and the audience, these women were all speaking and mingling with everyone outside. It’s definitely a first among equals sort of arrangement. There’s a wide mix, a couple of middle aged women that give off the soccer mom vibe, a couple in that indefinable twenties to thirties range, a couple that can’t be much out of their teens, if at all. One of the middle aged women has flown in from Britain just for this panel. The anchor of the panel is a gorgeous African-American woman with a buzz cut, towering high heels and cheekbones that could cut glass, her handle is Giselle-lx and she goes by “Jessie.”
As always, the cut and paste from the illustrious program (screen handles first, and in parentheses the titles of their most known fan-fic): Snowqueens Icedragon (Master of the Universe), m81170 (An Introduction to Swirl & Daisy), MsKathy (The Trip Home), HMonster4 (Deconstructing Dracula), Giselle-lx (Ithaca is Gorges), ElleCC (A Murmur of Fire in the Vein), and Amethyst Jackson (Bonne Foi).
The moderator introduces herself and then asks each of the authors on the panel to introduce themselves by screen name and some of their better known pieces. The crowd cheers at the mention of various names and titles.
“So, why do you write Twilight fan fiction?” The moderator asks the panel.
“Edward,” The first panelist immediately says, drawing laughter. “What she said,” another says.
Twilight has more potential than anything I’ve ever seen,” Jessie says, and I hear Bill Murray’s voice from Stripes: “Talk about massive potential for growth!”
“Some of us wanted more, saw things missing,” Jessie continues. “Fan fiction has a long history, thousands of years.” She points a few novels set in other people’s universes (Prisco mumbles to me: “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead”) and says, “That’s just fan fiction. It’s very very good fan fiction, but it’s still fan fiction. It’s a different way of engaging with the text.”
The moderator moves on, and jumps immediately to something that in all honesty surprised me. I thought it might come up, but that it would be a journalist being a dick, as we are wont to be. She referenced the stigma attached to fan fiction in general and the even more intense stigma attached to Twilight fan fiction in particular, asked the authors to talk a bit about it. None of the authors let more than few people in their real life know that they wrote Twilight fan fiction, and some let no one know. “Only a couple people know I do this,” one of the panelists said, “and none of them know where I am this weekend and what I’m doing.”
“Only my dad knows,” one of the teenagers says. “He reads everything I write and he argues with me about it.”
“I can’t get anyone in the real world to read anything I write,” one of the twenty-somethings says.
“How many of you have written in other fan fictions?” The moderators asks. Half the panel has. Three grew up writing Harry Potter fan fiction. One used to write X-Men fan fiction.
“Who’s also writing original work besides fan fiction?” All of them are.
One of the teenagers says, “People underestimate how hard it is to keep characters consistent, and juggle plots and events over the course of a book. Writing fan fiction helps you learn how to write your own. When I started writing Harry Potter fan fiction, what I wrote was terrible. Now I’m writing on my own.”
Jessie has written three novels and notes that perhaps ironically, what’s actually going to get published is a bit of Twilight fan fiction of Edward during the twenties that she was asked to write for a tribute collection.
An audience member chimes in with a question, almost angry that there is backlash against Twilight, insisting that the backlash is because Twilight is romantic, and that while there is room for Bourne and action, it’s still not okay for there to be romance. Every single author on the panel disagrees. “I don’t think you can say that romantic fiction is looked down on in general,” the moderator says. “It’s a $4 billion per year industry.”
“Anything popular has backlash against it,” Jessie points out. “Star Wars, Harry Potter, if you get over a certain level of popularity, there’s always backlash. It’s human nature.”
Another audience member says that she thinks the backlash comes from people thinking this is just another phenomenon associated with teenage girls. The panelists again disagree. “No offense to those that are, but there are very few teenage girls in this room. We are mature women.”
“We read what we like and we write what we like to read,” says one panelist. “I’ve always read young adult fiction. I’ve always preferred it to ‘adult’ fiction.”
A question comes in from the back of the room, she’s a fan of Twilight, she says, but she’s also a professor of popular fiction. She’s taught various units on Westerns, science fiction, fantasy, mysteries, and now has a unit of a class specifically on the phenomenon of Twilight fan fiction. “One thing that comes up in my classes a lot is people angry about the characters. They point out that Edward and Jacob are obsessive stalkers and that Bella is passive and weak. How do you deal with those character problems when you’re writing? Do you make Edward and Jacob less creepy, do you make Bella stronger? I mean, you’re all obviously very strong, intelligent and independent women, so why would you be interested in writing about Bella?”
I’m actually fairly stunned by this sentiment, expecting that if that line of criticism came up at all, it would be from one of the outsiders in the room. But the reaction of the crowd and authors is even more surprising: no argument, no hedging. They are fully conscious of these character problems.
“Bella is not relatable,” Jessie says. She points out that there is an enormous amount of detail given about Bella but it’s granular, it’s all detail but no big picture. “Fan fiction is a corrective measure, Bella is completely flexible as a character, so as a writer you can do whatever you want with her.”
Other authors echo her sentiments. “Some fans have written fiction in which they change the races of Bella and Edward to match their own.” Another points out that some of the fan fic leaves out all supernatural elements. “I prefer human-only Twilight stories.”
There’s an echo here of why so many people like the books, that many are fully aware of the problems but self-edit them out, the way old school sci-fi fans can overlook golden age sexism or comic book fans managed to see the dark sophisticated stories possible behind the patent silliness of old Batman issues in the sixties. Or even more directly: the profound weaknesses of this story are exactly why it is popular. The void of a main character has allowed fans to map her however they prefer.
This is reinforced when an audience member asks if any of the authors are thinking about telling the story of Jacob and Renesmee (the infant daughter of Bella upon whom he imprints, in one of the more disturbing parts of the novels). “There are too many uncomfortable issues there, the undertones of ownership, and so on. Not touching it.” One says.
Another says “I’ll be the first to say though that I don’t want Stephenie Meyer touching it either.” It’s not the first joke in the panel subtly ripping on the quality of Meyer’s text.
Sexuality comes up, particularly in relation to the origins of the vampire myth. “Within canon Edward and Carlyle, good luck not finding homosexual undertones. I mean Edward is a 173-year-old virgin.”
There’s a spectrum represented in the panel, from authors who exclusively write G-rated stories, to those writing explicit sex scenes. They acknowledge that many people read the fan-fic for the same reason that people read romance novels, for the sex. The structure of story comes up and some of the panelists argue that fan fiction hearkens back to old serial story telling much more than it relates to novels or television and movies, that short but continued works are the most successful, where long pieces languish. “Your review score is based on the number of climaxes,” Jessie says and then grins. “Both types.”
An audience member asks if they feel any responsibility for unrealistic expectations of love raised by the books and their stories. “Well, it is fantasy,” one panelist says.
“Raised expectations for young girls is a good thing,” says one of the teenaged panelists. “It gets girls to have higher standards, not just date these little punks, not just climb into the backseat of the car with just anybody.”
One of the twenty-somethings, the one who only reads young adult books, and writes only G-rated stories says, “and for the rest of us, it makes us turn to our husbands and say, ‘That’s all you got?’”
I headed up to the press room afterwards to type this up. Don’t worry, it’s not as glamorous as it sounds. No free coffee and croissants, no couches, and definitely none of the complimentary sell-out hand jobs I’d heard so much about. It’s just a tiny room with tables and chairs where people can sit and bang out pieces on their laptops in silence, and fight over the two electrical outlets in the entire room. It’s almost empty this time of day, but one of the press asks me “see anything good today?”
“Twilight Fan Fic Authors,” I say.
“Were they announcing something?” He asks. I hate this mentality, hate the idea that the press exists to live tweet within a microsecond of a suit passing gas that sounds like a rumor.
“No,” I say. “But there was a story.”

Kristen Stewart shows off her booty shake

I'm guessing this hilarious clip MIGHT be part of the Adventureland Behind The Scenes? It's clearly on the set, and involves some of the other stars, but it's not Kristen in character. Either way, it's just hilarious. I'd so hang out with this chick

Friday, July 23, 2010

Charlie Bewley (Demetri) attempts to learn Hillywood Dance

Fat, Greasy, Sparkly Edward wants her Chicken and Biscuits

I almost titled this "There are no words for this" ala Breaking Dawn, because there ARE no words for this. A country group, Colt Ford, parodied Twilight and New Moon in their latest music video, for a song called Chicken and Biscuits. Yep, I'm as confused as you are. Imagine my small amount of horror watching this, and seeing Twilight truly bleed into every single part of American culture.
If you get the urge to stop watching this about half way through, just wait till you see Rosalie who is a dead ringer for Nikki, and wait around for fat sparkly Edward to... sparkle in the sunlight. 

You can stay at Jacob's house in La Push!

Interesting concept. Quite pricey, and I'm not sure I"d dish out the money per night ($250), but it's still cool that it exists. It is the price for the entire house, so if you do want to share the house, or get a group large enough to visit, it might actually be pretty cheap as a group. You can stay at Jacob Black's house in La Push next time you visit
The whole house rents for $250.00 per night
Sam and Emily’s Apartment: has a King bed, full kitchen, bath, living room with a futon. Sam and Emily's room decorated in red and just the room for the wolf pack leader. Bella rested on the futon hiding from the Volturi and recovering from her bike wreck. $145.00 per night. Lots of privacy and space.
Jacob Black’s Apartment has two queen beds, Billy Black's room and Quills bed, Jacob's room has a set of bunk beds. Sleeps six. The apartment has a kitchenette, full bathroom, and a sitting area. $145.00 per night. Offers plenty of space and privacy.

  • Bedrooms are decorated with a wolf theme straight off of New Moon. Each bedroom has an alarm clock, lamp, dresser and closet space. 

  • I'll say it. I"d stay there because the house looks so much like the one in the movie. It's dead on!

    Bryce Dallas Howard talks about Post Partum Depression

    I know this isn't exactly Twilight related, and it's not something that every Twi-fan can relate to. I can't relate to it necessarily... yet. Bryce talks very openly in a letter she wrote for Gwyneth Paltrow's website, GOOP. I'm not a big personal fan of Gwyneth, but this is one of the first times I've been thankful for her open forum and willingness to post her and her "Hollywood Friends' personal thoughts.

    We've been going through infertility since 2008. It's almost single-handedly why I even picked up Twilight in the first place. With all the doctor appointments and diagnoses and medications on top of work and bills and life stress, I needed, hold on let me put that in bold: NEEDED an escape. And I credit much of Twilight with saving my sanity and my marriage at that time. So does my husband (thus why he ended up reading the books so we could bond over something non-fertility or doctor or stress related. I thank him often for this).

    So I've read and experienced much about motherhood, and as a therapist myself, I work with depression, serious suicidal depression, in patients on a daily basis. So reading Bryce's personal meaningful words is touching, as she discusses what her real life experience was life after giving birth to Theo.

    From Bryce Dallas Howard:

    I recently saw an interview I did on TV while promoting a film. In it, I was asked about my experience with post-partum depression and as I watched, I cringed. I said things like “It was a nightmare,” or “I felt like I was in a black hole.” But I couldn’t even begin to express my true feelings. On screen, I had seemed so together, so okay, as if I had everything under control. As I watched, it dawned on me. If I had been able to truthfully convey my ordeal with post-partum depression under the glare of those lights, I most likely would have said no words at all. I simply would have stared at the interviewer with an expression of deep, deep loss.
    I found out I was pregnant seven days after my wedding. I was on honeymoon with my family. It’s a long story – but yes, I shared my honeymoon with my entire family. I have a heroic husband! After taking the pregnancy test, I held the paper strip while waiting for the telltale sign to appear and thought, “I have to be pregnant! I will not be okay if I am not pregnant.” It was an odd thought since I was 25, and my husband and I had no intention of starting a family until we were in our 30s, but as the slender strip turned blue, I leapt into the air with joy.
    I loved being pregnant. Yes, I threw up every day for six months, and yes, the stretch marks were (and still are) obscene. But I treasured every moment I had with this new life growing inside me. My husband and I moved from our one-bedroom apartment into a “family” home we could barely afford. We watched the Dog Whisperer in order to acclimate our terrier for the baby-on-the-way. We peppered family and friends with endless questions about child rearing. I threw up, gained weight, and threw up some more, and tipping the scale at over 200 pounds; I entered the final month with nothing but confidence and blissful anticipation.
    We had enthusiastically planned for a natural home birth. And, to be honest, I am glad we did. Natural labor was painful, but because I was home, my husband and parents were by my side every step of the way, and even when complications arose causing me to have to go to the hospital, my son was born with no medical interference.
    Mostly I recall the moment someone handed my son to me, and I heard shouts of joy, and my father crying, “Bryce, you’re an incredible mother!” And then...
    Nothing. I felt nothing.
    Memories of the following events are hazy. I remember that I suddenly stopped feeling pain, despite having been stitched without anesthesia. I handed my son to my husband who cradled him and whispered in his ear, “Welcome to the world. Here, anything is possible.” Even as I write this, I’m moved to recall the gentleness of my 25-year old husband holding this new human being, his son, for the first time – and saying over and over, “anything is possible.” He still says these words every night before our son drifts off to sleep.
    And yet, in those moments after giving birth, I felt nothing. Someone encouraged me to sit up, and slowly, one by one, friends and family visited. Some were crying, others bursting with joy. Glassy-eyed, I politely listened to their impressions of our new son. I had no impression of my own.
    Forty minutes after giving birth, I opted to return home. Walking was challenging and painful, especially because I stubbornly tossed the Motrin IB the doctor urged me to take for fear it would hinder my ability to be present with my son.
    For me, breast-feeding was even more painful than giving birth. And despite a lactation consultant offering help, I felt incompetent. I refused to give up, forcing myself to do everything possible so that my son would consume only my breast milk with no supplementation. I forged on, barely sleeping, always either breast feeding or pumping and never getting the hang of it. Occasionally I drifted off for a few minutes, but that decision to “feed at all costs” left me no room for recovery, no space to explore my feelings, no time to rest.
    Five days after our son was born, my husband had to leave for a film shoot, so my mom and best girlfriend rotated sleeping in the bed beside “Theo” and myself, whom at that point I mysteriously referred to as “it,” even though we had named him. I should have taken that as a sign.
    I distinctly remember the first night I was alone. It was less than a week after the birth, and I still refused to take even Aleve for fear of how it might affect my milk. Theo woke up next to me, and I knew I needed to begin breast-feeding. Because of the stitches, moving even an inch sent daggers of pain tearing through my body. I tried to sit, but finally gave up and lay still as my tiny son cried. I thought, “I’m going to die here, lying next to my newborn son. I am literally going to die tonight.”
    It was not the last time I felt that way.
    It is strange for me to recall what I was like at that time. I seemed to be suffering emotional amnesia. I couldn’t genuinely cry, or laugh, or be moved by anything. For the sake of those around me, including my son, I pretended, but when I began showering again in the second week, I let loose in the privacy of the bathroom, water flowing over me as I heaved uncontrollable sobs.
    When I visited the midwife for a checkup, she gave me a questionnaire, rating things on a scale from 1-5 so that she could get a sense of my emotional state. I gave myself a perfect score. Despite my daily “shower breakdowns” months passed before I even began to acknowledge my true feelings.
    Before Theo was born, I had been in good humor about my 80-pound weight gain, but I was now mortified by it. I felt I was failing at breast-feeding. My house was a mess. I believed I was a terrible dog owner. I was certain I was an awful actress; I dreaded a film I was scheduled to shoot only a few weeks after the birth because I could barely focus enough to read the script. And worst of all, I definitely felt I was a rotten mother--not a bad one, a rotten one. Because the truth was, every time I looked at my son, I wanted to disappear.
    Although perceptive, intuitive, and sensitive individuals surrounded me, my numb performance of “delighted new mom” seemed to fool everyone. It wasn’t until my “shower breakdowns” began to manifest out in the open that people began to worry.
    One afternoon my best friend found me sobbing on the floor of my bedroom with Theo sleeping in a bassinet beside me. It was late afternoon, and I hadn’t yet eaten because I was too overwhelmed to figure out how to walk downstairs to eat. “Bryce,” my friend said, looking confused, “if you need help preparing food, just ask me.”
    “How can I take care of my son if I can’t take care of myself?” I sobbed.
    My husband began shooting a television series, and late evenings when he returned home, I would meet him at the door, shaking with fury, “I’ve hit the wall and gone through it, and I feel I am expected to go further.”
    He would ask what he could do to help, but knowing there was nothing he could do, I screamed expletives at him, behavior he had never experienced in the seven years we had been together.
    Distraught and concerned, he told me he would figure everything out, tried to assure me I didn’t need to worry. He created a plan, and with the support of my husband, my friends and my family, I returned to my midwife. I finally understood I needed to answer her questions honestly, and when I did, she suggested a homeopathic treatment plan, reconnected me with my doctor who oversaw my care, and sent me to a therapist who diagnosed me with severe post-partum depression.
    Although challenges lay ahead, little by little I got better. As it happened, the independent film I shot chronicled a woman falling deeper and deeper into her own insane delusions. The experience was serendipitous, just the material I needed to work on to help me to reconnect to my true feelings. Also, because I was working twelve to eighteen hours per day and shooting mostly at night, I had to rely on those around me to help care for Theo. In those weeks, a critical shift occurred.
    A friend invited me to a “pow-wow” of mothers (in a tepee nonetheless); there we talked about the trials and tribulations of motherhood. The woman next to me coined the phrase “post partum denial,” and hearing her story helped me to understand my own. When I shared, somewhat disconnectedly and inarticulately some of my own disappointments, my feeling of not measuring up to what Theo deserved in a mother, one woman responded, “It takes a long time for them to grow up. You’ll have time to discover the kind of mother you are.” Another woman suggested I read Brooke Shields “Down Came the Rain.” Her book was a revelation.
    Then one day I was sitting in my home with my best friend and my sister, and out of nowhere I got this sudden feeling of summer. When I told them they looked at me curiously and chuckled a little. I searched for a better way to describe my feelings, “I dunno, I just got this feeling… like everything is going to be okay.”
    My depression was lifting. Later that day, I saw one of my closest friends; the person who had performed our wedding ceremony and had also videotaped Theo’s birth. He looked at me and without skipping a beat he said, “My friend is back.” I smiled. “It’s like you’ve been abducted by ‘The Borg’ for a year and a half, and now you’re back.”
    The Borg is an alien species in Star Trek that takes over the mind and spirit of the individual it invades. Victims were depicted as emotionless robots, completely unaware of their own demise. When my friend said that, I howled with laughter--something I hadn’t done since before Theo’s birth. It was the kind of laughter that bubbles up at the recognition of something deeply true.
    Post-partum depression is hard to describe—the way the body and mind and spirit fracture and crumble in the wake of what most believe should be a celebratory time. I cringed when I watched my interview on television because of my inability to share authentically what I was going through, what so many women go through. I fear more often than not, for this reason alone, we choose silence. And the danger of being silent means only that others will suffer in silence and may never be able to feel whole because of it.
    Do I wish I had never endured post-partum depression? Absolutely. But to deny the experience is to deny who I am. I still mourn the loss of what could have been, but I also feel deep gratitude for those who stood by me, for the lesson that we must never be afraid to ask for help, and for the feeling of summer that still remains.
    P.S. - As I write this, my little boy, now 3 and a half, is sleeping upstairs. Tonight as I put him to bed, he looked me straight in the eye and said, “Theo and Mama are two little peas in a pod!” I have no idea where he learned that phrase, but as I sat there giggling with him the miracle of the statement was not lost on me. It’s true. In the face of everything, Theo and I are two little peas in a pod.
    Bryce Dallas Howard is an actress known most recently for her roles in Twilight: Eclipse, Spider-Man 3, and Terminator Salvation, and for her outstanding performance in As You Like It. She lives in Hollywood with her husband and son.

    You can read even more at GOOP

    Tuesday, July 20, 2010

    Jackson Rathbone behind the scenes video for Nylon

    Even plays some guitar......

    I can't tell you how happy I am to hear this song. I adore this song. I think I sing it to Clint every single day

    Jen. He references his boots, a tattoo for his mother. AND his father. References Tom Waits, having his fingers in multiple pots, and what it would be like for Jackson to geek out over someone. Just go ahead and peak now, k?

    Eclipse... in 15 mins! Cleolinda reveals her thoughts

    I have to give huge props to Jodi for posting on my facebook that this was finally out!!!!! I think we all know that Cleolinda is quite famous in her own right, releasing "Twilight in 15 mins" in 2008, giving us the infamous "fursplode" and "Tyler's Van of Death". I think we all hit a minor bump in the road with New Moon (who doesn't get depressed when watching that movie? It's quite NON-inspirational as far as funny writing goes, but Cleo pushed the limits as much as possible). Now we get epic Jasper in Old Navy and Jacob revealing himself as the true werehole that he is. I'll be forever grateful to Cleo for giving me both "fursplode" and now "werehole". Eternally yours. I'll even carve you a quaint wood wolf to show my love.

    Eclipse in 15 mins by Cleolinda:

    Ooh oh, you want recaps? You, oh lazy reader, want a sample to see if the link is worth clicking? I assure you, swear with my hand on my Twilight book, that it is worth linking. But oh you lazy Twilight Blog reader, I hear your demands for funny lines and clickable previews.

    Does it entice you to know that we get the Cullens turned into a medieval Viking story?
    [EDWARD CULLEN was a fearsome sparklepire, bronze of hair and mighty of fangirls, and after many trials that could have been avoided if he hadn't been a total dick, he brought back to his beloved his favorite meadow (he has a favorite meadow), and thereupon fair Bella did recite to him the songs of her English textbook.]

    How about highlighting the casting change whilst chasing Not-Vickie in the woods, clad in the latest in 2010 Old Navy and Gap apparrel?
    CARLISLE: Look sharp--they've recast Victoria, so she'll be harder to spot!

    OH oh you want an entire snippet to entice you to click? So demanding! Ok fine, I give you Cleo's take on the Edward/Jacob showdown at school, whereupon we learn Jacob's internal 1950's badass character. It was revealed to us that Edward often "Jaammmesss Deeeeaanns" in his best James Dean impersonation and brooding, but what about The Dog/Jake

    The Leader of the Pack (Vroom Vroom!)

    JACOB: *marlonnnnn brandooooos*

    EDWARD: *jaaaaames deaaaaaaaaaans*




    BELLA: About the what?

    JACOB: You know, his family hunting Victoria, who has come back to EAT YOU.

    EDWARD: I’m sorry, little boy, did you say something?om
    JACOB: I don’t know, old man, did you go deaf?

    [And so the Savory Beloved did cut class and mount the wererival's motorsteed, while the Tousled of Hair gazed after in deep chagrin, and sought a teacher to tell on herrrrr.]
    I know Jen is just dying to know if Peter Murphy is mentioned. Not only does he get a nod, but we get an entire Bauhaus reference.

    And Jasper... oh yes, we get Jasper. I don't think I'll ever refer to this scene by any other name:
    Jasper Hale's School of Strategic Badassery

    JASPER: ATTENNNN-SHUN! We are here today to demonstrate to you wolf guys how best to kill newborn vampires, who, are not, in fact, helpless babies, but rather superstrong and batshit crazy. Number one! Kill them unexpectedly! Although given that everyone thinks that we're emo sparkle pussies, killing anyone might be unexpected! Number two! Do not let them hug you, because then you will go crunch! Number three! Pay attention to what I am saying, JACOB, or foreshadowing might bite you in the ass when we finally get to the action scene!

    [Thrilled to finally get a scene where he doesn't have to look constipated, Jasper shows off his awesome by slamming his entire family into the dirt. The only Cullen who gets the drop on him is Alice, because she is awesome. Finishing move: sparkle smooch.]

    EDWARD: Bella, why are you over here with Jacobwolf? ARE YOU STROKING HIM?


    JASPER: Well, ma'am, I was the youngest major on the Starship Enterprise in the Confederate Army, but I did all mah real fightin' in the Wars of Vampire Aggression. It was a sepia-toned time; a time of all-too-short horseback-riding shots for the ladieeees; a time of voiceovers and Oscar nominees slumming it in corsets.back, do not repost.
    CATALINA SANDINO MORENO: What? A girl's gotta eat.

    JASPER: She wanted an army of newborn vampires (like this one), far stronger and more aggressive (like these are), so she told me that she loved me, but I was just her puppet all along. I have no idea how that might parallel the current plot, though.

    Shannon, let's just say that we now get a new word via Emmett. Punchslode. Perfect. And I somehow feel she knows you and Ben and your "naming" joke.

    I also have a second gift for each of you! How about the "Short recap of the Short 2nd Life of that girl who was only in Eclipse for 6 pages". In essence, wanna also read Cleolinda's thoughts and recap on Bree Tanner? Thoughts so. Let's just say that Bree's characterization of Edward as "The Redhead" throws her for a tailspin and sends us into an entire Google Image Search to see if the entire fandom has had it wrong all along when picturing the Bronze God of Edward Cullen.

    Tuesday, July 13, 2010

    Muse is "selling their soul" by being in Twilight?

    Well. Ok then.
    Muse have appeared on all three soundtracks to the Twilight films but Chris Wolstenholme from the band has likened it to "selling your soul".
    The bassist told Newsbeat: "I'm not sure how cool it is to be on those kind of things but sometimes you've just got to get your music out there in different ways."
    With the films breaking box office records Chris admits it has meant a big boost for the band Stateside: "It's very difficult in America because you don't have anything like Radio 1, nothing is national.
    "You have to take every opportunity you get over there and sometimes you have to sell your soul."
    Twilight writer Stephenie Meyer is a big fan of the band and she has admitted that Muse inspired her writing.
    'Don't care' Chris watched the first film which he "quite enjoyed" but admits it's not his "cup of tea" and hasn't watched any of the others.
    The touring schedules are so crazy that just the thought of another album is just not even there at the moment
    Chris Wolstenholme from Muse
    He admits there was a bit of confusion over how their track Neutron Star Collision would appear in Eclipse.
    He said: "When we were in the studio writing it, one minute they said they wanted to use it in the end credits, then they said they wanted to use it in another scene.
    "Then it was another scene and in the end we were like, 'Do what you want with it, we don't care any more'."

    But hey we are so excited you brainless Americans like Twilight and our music! So we don't care if it means selling our souls, keep coming to our concerts!

    'Starting again' Chris tells Newsbeat they are happy that things are finally paying off for them in the States: "It's going great over there.
    "Early this year we started playing in arenas so it was great to finally take over the full production that we toured with in Europe.
    "For a long time America fell by the wayside and nothing was really happening at all and we were having problems with our record company over there."
    The band didn't start touring in the States until their album Absolution came out.
    Chris says the band enjoyed playing smaller venues again: "It was great fun because it was like starting all over again and it was an exciting feeling."
    The band are heading back to the States at the end of the year and if you're hoping for another album soon don't hold your breath.
    "The touring schedules are so crazy that just the thought of another album is just not even there at the moment," he said.
    "I'm sure Matt has plenty of ideas but physically trying to get together and work on stuff is just not possible on tour.
    "The few days off we do have we like to go home or go somewhere and chill out. We prefer to keep the two things separate and not try and think too much about recording when we're touring."
    Chris says they have no plans for future movie soundtracks: "Matt's been offered a few movie scores but the touring is so heavy and that would mean taking a few months off, not being able to tour.
    "I can't see there will be too much of that going on until we slow down on our touring."
    And the band aren't going to slow down any time soon: "I think while you're young and fit enough to tour, you need to take advantage and do it for as long as you can.
    "There's plenty of time later in life to do that kind of stuff."

    We love you too?

    Sunday, July 11, 2010

    More Eclipse Scenes- "The Talk" with Charlie

    Bella and Charlie's Sex Talk

    Victoria and Riley discussing plans to go to Forks

    A better version of Eclipse Fight Training with Cullens and Wolves

    Wednesday, July 7, 2010

    More details to Coast Guard crash in La Push, Quileute Nation

    Members of the Quileute Nation did rescue at least one member of this crash and saved his life. The Quileute Nation is thanked in the above video by the member of the Coast Guard

    LA PUSH, Wash. - A Coast Guard helicopter crashed off the Washington Coast Wednesday morning, killing three of four crew members on board.

    Rear Adm. Gary Blore, Commander of the Thirteenth Coast Guard District, said the fourth crew member was at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, and being treated for non-life-threatening injuries. Officials said the patient is awake and alert.

    None of the crew members' identities have been released.

    Petty officer Nathan Bradshaw in Seattle said a MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crashed in the waters off James Island near La Push, about 100 miles west of Seattle on Washington's Olympic Peninsula. The helicopter, Bradshaw said, lost contact with the Coast Guard around 9:30 a.m.

    Bradshaw said officials have not determined what may have caused the helicopter to go down. But a witness told KOMO News the helicopter struck power lines.

    "The helicopter came in low... it swerved a little bit and then it hit power lines and... the propeller came off and it just fell apart," said Inga Banks. She said there were four power lines stretched across the water, each identified by orange markers.

    Quileute tribal member Rio Jaime told the Peninsula Daily News that he saw the helicopter clip the power lines with its tail, sending it down to the water.

    "It took us a little bit to realize that really happened," he said. "It was like in the movies."

    Capt. Salvatore Palmeri later confirmed the helicopter was in the water and there were power lines down across the beach. He said the power lines were originally set about 250 feet off the ground, and are marked on navigational charts. Palmeri said it is routine for their helicopters to fly at low altitudes over water.

    Two crew members were plucked out of the water by tribal members of the Quileute Nation. A third crew member was located about 2½ hours later.

    Darryl Penn, the harbormaster for the Quileute Nation in La Push, heard the crash and saw the wreckage. Penn said he and his cousin raced out to the wreckage on a small boat and were able to reach two of the members, who were "pretty banged up." He found one of the crew members in the water, wet suit on, and the other in the wreckage.

    "You know, these guys are out here for us, for the guys who fish," Penn said. "When they go down, it's scary."

    Bradshaw said the MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter took off from Astoria, Ore., and was heading to Sitka, Alaska. Bore said the helicopter was a brand new model and was in transit to Alaska from the east coast. It had stopped in Astoria for routine fueling and service.

    The Coast Guard deployed a MH-65 Dolphin and another MH 60 Jayhawk helicopter crew and response crews to search for the missing crew members. Dive teams from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island and the National Parks Service were en route and Quileute tribal response teams are providing additional assistance, officials said.

    The MH-60 Jayhawk is a twin-engine helicopter with a crew of four, similar to the Army UH-60. Petty Officer Kip Wadlow in Washington, D.C., says it is primarily used for search and rescue and homeland security missions. An MH 60 Jayhawk helicopter crashed in the Utah mountains in March. All five crew members survived.

    Watch: Coast Guard News Conference On Helicopter

    For reference to anyone that has been to La Push, James Island is one of the major large islands visible from shore

    This video shows part of the search

    The investigation is attempting to discover how the aircraft could have possibly hit the power lines. In the last 2 years, the Coast Guard has been present in La Push, both for training activities, and rescue operations.

    Rescue demonstration in La Push

    Surf Training at La Push for Coast Guard

    This video from the Coast Guard themselves shows a rescue from a cliff at Little James Island. Please, no obvious Bella jokes here, as this is a real life situation, and brevity is required in this circumstance.

    Eclipse Fight Training Scene. Never lose focus.

    Yeah. You know you wanna watch this over and over. Just like me

    Hey also, you can see the proposal, Tent scene, Jasper backstory and others below

    Quileute members help rescue Coast Guard

    Associated Press reported about an hour ago that the Coast Guard Helicopter that crashed in Washington, killing 3 members on board, crashed in La Push off of James Island. Quileute members swam out to assist

    LA PUSH, Wash. — Officials say three U.S. Coast Guard crew members are dead and one is in a Seattle hospital following a helicopter crash off the Washington coast.
    The condition of the survivor wasn't immediately clear, but a Harborview Medical Center spokeswoman says the patient is awake and alert.
    Rear Adm. Gary Blore says the four-member crew was based in Sitka, Alaska, and was returning there from Astoria, Ore., when it crashed Wednesday morning off James Island, near La Push, Wash.
    Residents of the nearby Quileute Nation rushed to help, pulling some of the crash victims from the water.
    La Push is about 100 miles west of Seattle on Washington's Olympic Peninsula.

    Monday, July 5, 2010

    Jackson on The Today Show

    Did they REALLY have to open up the entire thing with "25 year old Jackson Rathbone"? NOW I feel old. He talks Eclipse AND Airbender. I wonder if he's super exhausted having to push both of these movies at the same time? He of course plugs the band

    Sunday, July 4, 2010

    Musicians perform Eclipse songs Live

    I keep telling Shannon that she has to hear this guy sing "What Part of Forever" live. I think it was better when we heard it acoustic, but it's still awesome. For some reason it was much more impressive acoustic

    Florence and the Machine singing Heavy in your arms

    Saturday, July 3, 2010

    Talk Show Interviews with Cast for Eclipse week

    I know tons of these are coming out all over the place. Bryce was on Chelsea Handler this week and it's REALLY funny. You'll never guess where her middle name comes from (ok you might, it's kinda obvious). She even has a sister with a middle name of Carlisle.

    Dakota on Jimmy Kimmel. You know it's insane that all the Twi-fans are waiting to hear what Dakota made on her ACT. Like we all actually want to know what she made!

    Nikki, Kellan and Ashley on a UK morning show. They discuss the crowd size being the biggest the UK has ever had for a movie opening. Ever.

    The Cullen parents Peter and Liz on Lopez. Is Peter really wearing a scarf!

    Peter. Doing the Robot.

    Kristen on Lopez discussing using her OWN hair in Breaking Dawn (no wigs)

    Taylor on Letterman

    Billy Burke and Julia Jones on Lopez. This one is pretty hilarious, including Billy trying on mustaches of all sorts

    Facinelli on Kimmel

    Star appearances at Eclipse Theaters for July 4th weekend

    I know all of you have heard by now about the Eclipse cast appearances all over the US for this weekend. A few video's came out yesterday to let us know what to expect if we are attending one in our own cities, or just wanted to see what a few lucky fans get to see.

    We do know as of now that a "human" is making an appearance in Dallas on July 3rd. Just don't know who yet
    Other cities
    Peter Facinelli=Hawaii
    Tinsel Korey=Phoenix (aacording to Tinsel’s Twitter)
    Jodelle Ferland=New Orleans
    Ashley Greene=Jacksonville
    Charlie Bewley=New York

    Charlie Bewley was in Minneapolis

    Gil in Kansas City Missouri

    And this hilariously cute video of fans JUST finding out 30 mins before that a star is coming in Chicago. I think we all know what this conversation is like- waiting and digging for information and digging more and waiting and discussing and waiting more.

    So one of the things I see at this point is that most people get their pics taken and get something signed-- so that's a huge plus!

    Gil however had a massive line outside the theater as well in the lobby so who knows what our chances are of getting pics and signatures and so on today

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