Deadline.com had an article entitled "When Twihards Attack", based off the astounding feedback Kristen Stewart fans gave after @Welcome2Rileys along with several other accounts asked for fans to set the record straight!
"This is hilarious. I've learned that a slew of Kristen Stewart fans somehow got the personal e-mails of Sundance buyers who were circling her Jake Scott-directed film Welcome To The Rileys. In their avalanche of messages, twitters and texts, the Twihards are imploring the execs to buy and release the film starring the Twilight Saga heroine -- or at least get them DVDs of the pic. Among the surprised execs is Sony Pictures Classics' Michael Barker. The film is geared to an adult audience, but the filmmakers keep seeing mobs of young faces at every screening. (UPDATE: The fans say they are adults, not teens.) Three buyers are said to be circling, but no word yet if they are being swayed, or just annoyed, by the email campaign. UTA is shopping the movie, which also stars James Gandolfini. No reports so far of Sopranos fans muscling buyers on his behalf." Mike Fleming, Deadline.com
Well Mr. Fleming did have it right for the most part, fans of an entity, whether it be a person, a book, a team, etc etc pull through when it's needed, and the fans of Kristen Stewart pulled out strong in this one, but to correct the author of the article, it was not just Twihards, but the fans of Kristen Stewart in general. I'm not sure if his "Update" was sarcastic or not, and I am not sure why the marketing exects etc have yet to realize that 1.) Kristen Stewart had a fanbase before The Twilight Saga, so not all fans of Kristens are also "Twi-hards" and 2.) The fans of the Saga are mostly adults. I along with my good friend Angel run this site, along with a facebook page, Twitter and Etsy accounts, we also have attended conventions, premiers etc and we know first hand that most of the fans were older than us. These people should realize that yes, we are fans but labeling a group of fans as "Twi-hards" and then steortyping it as teenybopping kids is well, stupid, especially on their part.
NOT like there is anything wrong with the teen fans, of course there isnt we've all been there of course, but really, I'd guess the majority of fans are 20+ meaning that the people who have been emailing etc in regards to Welcome to the Riley's are very well capable of seeing a Rated R movie.
I think Ali, who commented under the article said it correctly...
"What’s really funny is that this grass roots campaign was based on older fans wanting the movie released, and worrying execs think only kids too young for R rated films are in the fanbase.
There are plenty of…more seasoned fans who want to see this movie get a good release. Fans of Kristen, not Twilight"
If "Twihards" are considered to be a passionate group of PEOPLE who share the love of the Twilight Saga, well then I'm game and I would take pride in being a part of something so gigantic as this. I wouldnt take one minute back. Stephenie Meyer has changed me, and if you're reading this she has probably changed you too - without her I wouldnt have met the absolutly incredible people that I have met through the conventions, Twitter and Facebook, and I think it is fantastic to see first hand that when we come together we can do things, that otherwise wouldnt be done! So being a "Twi-hard" well that's cool, and I'll take it, because I am so proud to be part of this enormous, passionate, accepting, and extremely loving fan base.
Read more about the "Attack" here
Now are you sitting here wondering what exactly Welcome to the Riley's is about?
Doug Riley and his wife Lois have been living a half life since their daughter Emily was killed eight years ago. Doug has coped by having an affair with Vivian, a waitress. Lois has struggled, harbouring a secret and devastating sense of guilt for her daughter’s death. She has withdrawn into herself and hides a away from the outside world.
When Vivian dies, Doug is lost. On a business trip to Baton Rouge he finds himself at a crossroads. And in a strip club. A 16 year old lap dancer Mallory offers him ‘extras’ in a private room. He declines but accompanies her home to her run down apartment and makes his own proposition. Doug rings Lois and tells her he isn’t coming home.
Helpless on her own, Lois, a woman previously unable to make it 20 yards to the mailbox, realises that she will have to take drastic action if she is to save her marriage. For the first time in 8 years, and after a couple of failed attempts, she manages to reach her car and start driving, headed south.
When she finally arrives to find her husband living with a foul-mouthed young hooker, Lois is predictably horrified. But, like Doug before her, she is taken with Mallory’s similarities to Emily. Lois moves in and the three of them form an unusual family unit. But Mallory soon bridles at the attempts to mend her wicked ways. She’s not ready to be anyone’s surrogate daughter just yet. Sparks fly. Mallory isn’t about to complete the pretty picture just yet. She’s a teenager after all....
Cast Includes; James Gandolfini (The Sopranos), Marcia Gay Harden (Into the Wild, Meet Joe Black), Kristen Stewart (Jumper, Panic Room)
Photo and Synopsis from PremierePicture.com
"In a ten-page fashion spread and interview, the actress discusses her independent film, Skateland, as it debuts at the Sundance Film Festival. She also shares a behind the scenes glimpse at filming The Twilight Saga movies and discusses her most recent endeavor, landing the lead in the new Warner Bros. thriller The Apparition. “To actually be the lead of a studio film and to have input on it is just really cool.” said Greene. The movie begins shooting early this year in Berlin."
Jones stated that it was easier to fulfill the role of Clearwater than it has been for other roles, since "Stephenie Meyer wrote the layers" and "there’s 3,000 pages of detail."
Jones admitted to being a little starstruck by the Eclipse set, and she specifically mentioned the countenance of an on-set Stephenie Meyer.
"She’s kind of got this sort of God aura about her,’’ Jones says. “She lives up to it. She’s very anchored. She’s just this incredible authority and presence.’’
Similarly, Jones stated that she was impressed by her co-stars, Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, and Taylor Lautner, for their abilities to handle the stress of being the headliners of this worldwide phenomenon.
Finally - and perhaps most interestingly - Jones revealed some insight into the near and coming future.
“Eclipse’’ doesn’t come out for five more months, but Jones has been warned that publicity starts soon. She’s trying to get herself ready for the madness - mall tours, meet-and-greets, and the obsessed, self-described “Twi’’-hards, who will be watching - and blogging - as she brings their Leah to life. Then there’s the fourth and final installment, “Breaking Dawn,’’ which Meyer has confirmed might be split into two movies filmed over the next few years.
Read Entire Article Here
According to an OK! magazine item picked up and spread everywhere, the Twilight star tried to get into a happy hour at Tao in Park City, Utah on Saturday, "but much to her dismay, she was denied entrance because she was underage," according to a so-called "onlooker."
January 27, 2010
Hope your new years have all started off right. A few unrelated things:
- I've been very impressed with the world in general and the Twilight fansites in specific in the support and love everyone is giving Haiti. It's amazing to see how Twilight fans have come together to help. You are wonderful people. At this point, I think it's important for all of us to remember that the situation in Haiti is not going to be cured overnight, so... keep up the good work, and let's all keep the Haitians in our thoughts and prayers.
- A new book recommendation: I recently read and adored The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows. It was one of those books that feel absolutely perfect and satisfying, and when you finish it you sit around wishing that you could find another book just like it.
- I realized that there was an egregious oversight on my music recommendation page. How have I never listed Metric? That's crazy. Anyway, Fantasies was one of the best albums of 2009.
- Finally, a movie recommendation: Dear John comes out Friday the fifth of February. Thanks to my cool friend Wyck (who many of you have seen in various Twilight Saga interviews, as he is one of the producers on our movies, and who is a producer on Dear John) I got to see this one early. I will confess, I cried. Also, I discovered Channing Tatum, who Iâ€™ve somehow missed until now. Likey. Lots. Amanda Seyfried is entrancing as always, and the chemistry (chemistry is always the crux of a movie for me) between them is lovely. Though the chemistry between Channing Tatum and Richard Jenkins (who plays his father) was my favorite part.
Have a great week!
January 26, 2010
The The Twilight Saga: New Moon DVD is now available for pre-order! Click now to reserve your copy of the Two-Disc Special Edition or Blu-ray. Just FYI: if you pre-order now, Amazon.com will give you a refund if the price goes down before the DVD release date (like it did for the Twilight DVD). Just a little over two months to wait until you can watch New Moon every day.
January 20, 2010
Here is a press release from Hachette Book Group which was released just a few minutes ago:
YEN PRESS ANNOUNCES TWILIGHT: THE GRAPHIC NOVEL, VOL. 1 WILL GO ON-SALE ON MARCH 16, 2010
NEW YORK, NY (January 20, 2010) — Yen Press, the graphic novel imprint of Hachette Book Group, announced that it will publish the highly-anticipated first volume in the graphic novel adaptation of Stephenie Meyer's Twilight on March 16, 2010. Twilight: The Graphic Novel, Volume 1 will be released in hardcover for $19.99 ($22.99 CAN) with a first printing of 350,000 copies. As is typical in graphic novel publishing, due to the length of the prose novel, the book will be divided into two volumes and the release date for the second volume is forthcoming.
Twilight: The Graphic Novel contains selected text from Meyer's original novel with illustrations by Korean artist Young Kim. A rare fusion of Asian and Western comic techniques is reflected in this black-and-white graphic novel with color interspersed throughout. Meyer consulted throughout the artistic process and had input on every panel.
"I've enjoyed working on this new interpretation of Twilight," said Meyer. "Young has done an incredible job transforming the words that I have written into beautiful images. The characters and settings are very close to what I was imagining while writing the series."
Kurt Hassler, Yen Press Publishing Director, said, "Few American publishing properties are better suited to introduce a vast readership to the medium of graphic novel than the phenomenon that is Stephenie Meyer's Twilight. Yen Press will certainly continue to expand this audience with the help of Bella and Edward."
In four years, Stephenie Meyer has become a worldwide publishing phenomenon. The Twilight Sagaâ€™s translation rights have been sold in nearly 50 countries and 85 million copies have been sold worldwide.
Below I have posted the cover image. Click to pre-order on Amazon and reserve your copy now!
All from Stephenie's site http://www.stepheniemeyer.com/
On kissing Co-star Dakota Fanning:
Filming her kissing scene with Dakota Fanning in The Runaways was just another day at the office for Kristen Stewart.
"It's just something we did," Stewart said at last night's Sundance Film Festival premiere of the biopic about Joan Jett's 1970s all-girl rock band, The Runaways. "In this story, it's so not like a romantic thing. It's just something that they just do."
Besides, Stewart added…
"We had so many other really crazy things that we were intimidated by, like, we had a performance that day," Stewart said. "So when that came up on the schedule we were like, 'Whoa!' But then, 'Alright, whatever.' It was sort of just like another thing."
Read full article here
We were lucky enough to see Paper Route in concert when they opened for Paramore in Toronto. They were very very good live, and extremely entertaining, especially when performing this song, it was awesome! You should def check out some of their music!
After The Twilight Saga: New Moon's official soundtrack went platinum, it became absolutely clear that it was a thing of celebrated beauty. So, for those of you who loved the official soundtrack for New Moon, this might come as a bit of good news!
The story broke today that an official soundtrack companion would be making its way to the marketplace on March 16th, the same day of release for Twilight: The Graphic Novel, Volume 1 and just four days before the release of The Twilight Saga: New Moon, the DVD.
According to Tommy2, whose exclusive it was, the companion will come in the form of CD and DVD, and it'll boast the following upon its tracklists:
1. Lupe Fiasco – Solar Midnite
2. The Magic Numbers – All I Believe In
3. APM Orchestra – Die Fledermaus – Duettino: Ach, ich darf nicht hin zu dir
4. Eskimo Joe – Thunderclap
5. BB Brunes – Cavalier Noir
6. No Way Out – Sed
7. Ximena Sarinana – Frente Al Mar
8. Jennifer Rostock – Es tut wieder weh
9. Anya Marina – Satellite Heart [Air Mail Remix]
1. Interview with Chris Weitz and Alex Pastavas
2. Interview with Death Cab For Cutie and Alex Patsavas
3. Death Cab For Cutie – Meet Me On The Equinox (music video)
4. Anya Marina – Satellite Heart (music video)
5. Lupe Fiasco – Solar Midnite (music video)
6. Hurricane Bells – Monsters (music video)
Thanks to the twilight examiner for the info!
- Subtitles: English SDH & Spanish,
- A Riveting 6-Part Documentary That Takes You Behind The Scenes,
- Exclusive Band Rehearsal Footage with Muse.
- Director Commentary, Audio Commentary, Documentary, Music Videos.
- Subtitles: English SDH & Spanish,
- A Riveting 6-Part Documentary That Takes You Behind The Scenes,
- Exclusive Band Rehearsal Footage with Muse.
The Twilight Saga: New Moon [Blu-ray]
List Price: $24.99
List Price: $24.99
- Audio commentary with Director Chris Weitz and Editor Peter Lamber
- A riveting six-part documentary that takes you behind the scenes
- Exclusive band rehearsal footage with Muse
- Music videos from Death Cab for Cutie, Anya Marina, and Mute Math
In the second chapter of Stephenie Meyers best-selling Twilight series, the romance between mortal Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) and vampire Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) grows more intense as ancient secrets threaten to destroy them. When Edward leaves in an effort to keep Bella safe, she tests fate in increasingly reckless ways in order to glimpse her love once more. But when shes saved from the brink by her friend, Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner), Bella will uncover mysteries of the supernatural world that will put her in more peril than ever before.
FeaturesGenre: Suspense & Thriller
Category: Romantic Fantasy
Theme: Forbidden Love, Vampires, Werewolves
Release Date: March 20, 2010
Rating: PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)Rating Opens in New Window - Violence
Publisher: Summit Entertainment
Studio: Summit Entertainment
Lead Actors: Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner, Robert Pattinson
Director: Chris Weitz Picture Format: Widescreen
Run Time: 2 hr 10 min
Includes 2-Disc Special Edition DVD plus an Exclusive 3rd Disc with Bonus Content
Bonus Collectible Film Cell quantities limited - no rain checks
List Price: $26.99
- 1 Disc Special Edition Special Features Includes: Feature Length Commentary with Chris Weitz and Editor Peter Lambert
- The Journey Continues: A six part documentary on the making of New Moon (60 minutes)
- Rehearsal Footage with Muse and Music Videos with Death Cab for Cutie, Anya Marina, and Mute Math
- New Moon, DreamCatcher Bag Clip
- Audio commentary track with director Chris Weitz and editor Peter Lambert;
- A 6-part behind-the-scenes documentary;
- Band-rehearsal footage with Muse;
- Music videos from Death Cab for Cutie, Anya Marina, and Mute Math.
Member Price: $24.47
Blu-ray B &N Exclusive/Special Edition/Widescreen $31.99
DVD 2 Disc Special Edition Widescreen $32.99
Blu-ray Widescreen/Subtitled/Dubbed $27.99
Barnes & Noble Exclusive - This edition comes with a New Moon Dreamcatcher Bag Clip, a metal dangle finished in antique brass that combines a circular dreamcatcher, a sculptural Wolf Pack-tattoo charm, a Wolf Pack jewelry tag, feathers, and crystals.
List Price: HD: $19.99, Regular: $14.99
I thought it would be a good idea to suggest this book right away, since it's currently playing in theaters.
The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold is a FANTASTIC book.
In 11th Grade, while I was still in high school, I was given a random chapter from this book, literally our teacher handed us a printed copy of one single chapter. I couldn't tell you why, or what we did with it but immediately I fell in love with the book. Alice Sebold is a very descriptive and passionate writer, and unfortunately she doesn't have many novels out, but I'm hoping she will come out with more sooner or later.
Recap of The Lovely Bones:
Susie Salmon, the story teller in this book, is a fourteen year old girl, who unfortunately was tragically murdered and tells the story from her current place, between Heaven and Earth.
Susie watches her family, friends and murderer from up above. Her family tries to hold onto the hope that Susie will be found alive but after her death is confirmed the family begins to disintegrate. Susie's parents cope differently, with a father who is not ready to give up searching for Susie's murderer, a mother who wants nothing more than to move on, a sister who tries desperately to hold it together not only for her family but for herself, a brother who doesn't understand the true meaning of being "gone" and a grandmother who is blunt about Susie's death and comes to try and help the family cope and move on. The grandmother is a bit off her rocker, and brings a touch of humor to this tragic story.
The place that Susie spends her time in, is a place of happiness and adventure as she begins a new friendship with Holly, another girl up in "the inbetween". This place where Susie is in is filled with all different scenarios and sceneries, different images that Susie imagines, but for the most part Susie finds comfort in a gazebo. Holly tries to explain "the rules" to Susie, but Susie wants nothing more than to be with her family. She watches from above as her family goes through several different stages of grief. Susie is there with them, hoping with them, loving with them and grieving for her own loss, with them.
This story is unique, like nothing you've ever read before. It's a haunting tale, truly, the death of a child no matter if it is fiction is hard to touch on but the story is also filled with hope, sadness and a great deal of love.
On to the movie: I though they did a very nice job on turning the book into a movie, although I have never seen a movie and thought that it was better than the book, never so although the movie is based on the book it is difficult to compare the two, when we all know how captivating, and detailed books can be.
The actors did a terrific job as their characters and I thought the girl who plays Susie, Saiorse Ronan was perfect. Mark Walberg did a wonderful job as a father who lost his daughter, and his grieving was more than believable, you could actually feel his pain. The part of the grandmother played by Susan Sarandon seemed like it was made for her, and Susan, like the grandmother in The Lovely Bones was supposed to do, brought a bit humor to this painfully hopeful story. The actress who played Rose Mclver, is supposed to begin the story younger than Susie, in the movie she looks a bit older, even with braces, but it would have been difficult to do it any other way, since Lindsay must grow up as time passes. Rose did an amazing job as Susie's sister. The anger Lindsay Salmon was supposed to feel, the grief that she was supposed to portray poured from the film and into our souls. A part in the story that had me on edge literally had me hiding behind my hood as I watched it play out on the screen and Rose got the audience so emerged in her roll, the gasps of shock and anxious shrieks made me realize how much the viewers were engrossed in the film.
The way the film touched on Susie's images of "the inbetween" were dramatic and a shock to my eyes, some of it made me feel like I was watching a movie half drugged out, like the film "Across the Universe", and for viewers who didn't read the book I thought it might have been a little confusing. The images were very spiritual and dizzying. But when I left the movie after seeing it with the BF and two of our friends they all enjoyed it. The images of "the inbetween" where Susie spent her time were a bit confusing but all in all they enjoyed the movie. My friend (a female) shed some tears, as did I. The BF really enjoyed it, which I am not surprised about because I thought the job they did, it being a book to a movie, was still very well done. Something normally very hard to do.
The BF's only complaint – the last 2 minutes, which if you see the movie, he does not believe someone got what was truly deserved, without giving it away ;-) - My only complaint is that there was a very special part in the book where they take a moment to remember Susie, very touching. This part was not included in the movie. I realize that not everything can be fit into a 2 hour movie, but I thought this was a very significant moment in the book, that was not in the movie.
Of course I recommend the book, like I said before, it's fantastic but if you see the movie, you will not be disappointed!
Remember to email us your recommendations to Twilightfirstname.lastname@example.org or to our facebook account inbox!
Friday 22 January Topp-journalist Stine Hartmann talked with a very hot teen idol in London.
The 23-year-old "Twilight"-favorite Robert Pattinson, who in a few years has gone from being a relatively unknown "Harry Potter" actor to be mentioned alongside the greatest movie stars of Hollywood, is on everyone's lips and Thursday he took time off from his busy life to be interviewed.
Many of you will be jealous now that you will hear that we have met RPatz himself but the interview we save for the next issue of the magazine.
What we now want to hear is how it really is to meet Robert in reality.
- He is deadly handsome, although his face almost disappeared in the heavy beard growth, he now has. He almost looked like a guy who had been living in the woods in a couple of months, but was still very attractive. He doesn't act like a celebrity, and acts as the boy next door as he sat beside me and drank Diet Coke, Stine admits to topp.no.
- In the beginning he seemed very tired. This was namely, his only day off in a long time since he goes right into filming of Bel Ami, which premiers next year. But he could promise us steaming hot scenes with both Uma Thurman and Christina Ricci, explains Hartmann.
- He was wearing very casual clothing – wool sweater, black jeans, sneakers and a cap and did not seem like he cared as much about fashion. However, he could reveal that he liked Marc Jacobs very well. A plus for me sitting there with my brand new Marc Jacobs! He smiled when I said that I also liked Marc Jacobs a lot, reveals the top sent a journalist to topp.no.
- But unfortunately we were not allowed to take pictures of him or ask questions regarding his personal life, but I still managed to pry a couple of things out of him, said Stine.
If he is romantic or not, and how he asks out a girl. You can read about in the next issue of the top …
AHHHH – whoever is the first to get a hold of this mag and send me the scans I will like owe you a life of servitude!!!
Thanks and source at the amazing people of Letmesign.com
Skateland -- Film Review
By Kirk Honeycutt, January 25, 2010 11:30 ET
Bottom Line: Good filmmaking but trite storytelling.
PARK CITY -- The Sundance Film Festival this year is pitching itself as the place where filmmakers can renew the rebellion against the expected and proudly give birth to brave new ideas. So what's "Skateland" doing in the Dramatic Competition? For an indie film, it's very well made, even rather slick, in fact. But what a thoroughly conventional movie it is. "Skateland" is every coming-of-age-after-high-school movie you've ever seen with a formulaic plot and well-worn characters.
It probably got shortlisted because several scenes exhibit strong writing and the performances in the main roles are aces. So if nothing else, director Anthony Burns has a solid calling card to show the film industry.
"Skateland" should fill more festival slots, but it's hard to identify a theatrical audience. Teens tend not to care about filmmakers' reminisces about growing up, and adult fans of indie cinema may cringe at the utter neatness of the storytelling with every plot stand carefully tied up and a swell of music as the lovers share a kiss at fadeout.
Shakeland is the name of a roller rink in an East Texas town, circa early 1980s. Yes, it's on the verge of shutting down. Like the movie house in "The Last Picture Show," the venue has symbolic value for the film's protagonist, the rudderless Ritchie Wheeler (Shiloh Fernandez). In his job as the rink's manager, he can cling to high school memories of his buddies and hanging out.
Which frustrates the women in his life, neither of whom is his mom. She seemingly can't wait to escape the boredom of the household for other male admirers. No, these women are his younger sister Mary (Haley Ramm) and his sometimes girlfriend Michelle (Ashley Greene). Both prod him to get out of the dead-end town, go to college and make something of himself. Unfortunately, decision-making is not Ritchie's long suit.
When Michelle's brother Brent (one of the film's writers-producers, Heath Freeman) returns to town, he plays the conquering hero. He has raced cycles for a while and been pretty successful at it. An accident wiped out his season. So he joins the partying with Ritchie and his friends but then realizes he's the oldest guy at all the gatherings.
There are other subplots in the script by Burns and the producing Freeman brothers, Heath and Brandon, about Ritchie's parents' crumbling marriage, a gang of goons who wander around threatening everyone and the lady-killer antics of Brent and another buddy, Kenny (Taylor Handley). However, the one involving Ritchie and his kid sister curiously vanishes about midway though the movie. Still the focus always comes back to Ritchie and his reluctance to make any decision about his future -- and therefore his future with Michelle.
The characters are not without dimension, and the young cast makes you care about what happens to at least some of them. But there aren't a lot of surprises unless you count a tragedy that springs up out of nowhere.
Production values don't get much better in an indie film. There is time and a budget for one of those show-off tracking shots to begin the movie, a white-knuckle car chase, on-the-money production and costume designs plus a soundtrack of '80s music.
There will always be coming-of-age films, but they keep getting trickier to make. You've got to have something very fresh and original to say on the subject. "Skateland" doesn't, so considerable talent got lavished on a tired script.
Venue: Sundance Film Festival
Production companies: Freeman Film in association with Reversal Films
Cast: Shiloh Fernandez, Ashley Greene, Heath Freeman, Taylor Handley, AJ Buckley, Haley Ramm
Director: Anthony Burns
Producer-screenwriters: Anthony Burns, Brandon Freeman, Heath Freeman Director of photography: Peter Simonite Production designer: Chris Stull
Music: Michael Penn
Costume designer: Kari Perkins
Editor: Robert Hoffman
Rated PG-13, 98 minutes
Review by: Kirk Honeycutt
SO the war of who is going to sell more New Moon DVD's has commenced. Target just announced their own 3-disc special edition which will include all the extra commentary and deleted scenes and a bonus New Moon film cell. Pretty sweet.
But I think Barnes and Noble is offering a bonus bag clip with theirs.
Last year Borders special edition Twilight DVD had the coolest packaging, so I dunno?
It's too soon to say which one Kristie and I will buy.
And not to mention which store I want to be at at midnight on March 19th? And I am flying back from vacation in Mexico on the 19th! So looks like Kristie will be picking me up from the airport and taking me directly to whichever store we are purchasing from so we can get our DVD's and then stay up all night. Gonna be a long day of flying and movie watching for me! Can't wait!
Target reveals New Moon 3-disc Deluxe Edition DVD with exclusive features
Target has posted a new "The Twilight Saga: New Moon 3 Disc Deluxe Edition DVD" that is available for pre-order now. According to their site:
Included in this edition are the 2 Disc Special edition plus a third disc of never before seen content and a bonus collectible film cell
See a photo of this 3-disc edition in our gallery. This is the first of what we expect to be many "exclusive" DVD editions. We'll post more exclusive editions as soon as we see them!
Photo to come – once I get out of work!
Hello to all of our Twi-friends!
Since we chat about books so often, between Facebook, on Twitter and reviewing them on our blog, a friend (Patty) suggested we should try doing a book of the month type deal.
I think it's a fantastic idea, and we would love the get your reviews of some of your favorites! These books your suggesting don't have to deal with our friends the vampires, but they can of course! We would like to take suggestions for any type of book you have read and loved!
What you'll need to do to suggest a book…
- Email us @ Twilightemail@example.com or send us a private message to our inbox on facebook!
- Include the Title and Author, we will provide the photo of the book.
- Please also include the type of book, it could be as simple as romance novel, horror, etc
- And then please give your review, as long or little as your wish!
*If you send us a review from a website PLEASE give credit to the site, or author of the original review.
Depending on how many book suggestions we receive will make this a book of the month, every other week or weekly post! We obviously all loved the Twilight Saga, so it would be nice if we could share the love of several different novels.
Thank you in advance and we look forward to hearing your recommendations!