Monday, August 31, 2009


EW:Give me the low down. how was the show?
AG: It was incredible. Omigod, so incredible, yeah...
EW: Could they get any louder tonight, you think?
KS: I dunno, I think I've heard that, right? I mean,you're definitely...
TL: It's hard to tell.
EW: Everytime somebody came out, I interview them,
they just said "...don't mention anybody from the cast of Twilight,
and everything will be okay.
As soon as you do, the place erupts." Is that the case?
AG: It's Rob Pattinson, in particular.
JR: True. Robert--
AG: ...that gonna...does it.
NR: It's just when you say any of the boys' names,
AG: Yeah, and the boys.
NR: ...and the place erupts.
EW: Should we do the--- see how it gets any louder.
NR: No.
EW: You guys are all leaving.
I think I talked to almost everybody about the trip up North.
*to KS* You didn't talk up-front,
how do you feel about you're heading back tomorrow, everybody's leading, right?
Am I doing my maths right?
ALL: Yeah.
KS: Yeah, I know, I felt like totally left out.
They've been there for like..what? Like a week and a half?
So, I got tomorrow.Yeah, we're really excited.
EW: You're looking forward, too, right? What about this one?
Is there anything you wanna share with us?
Any little-- that you, maybe personally looking forward to?
In the third installment?
KS: I can't--
TL: She's looking forward to the sleeping bag scene with me.
KS: *giggles* I know, I can't wait to see all three of them together;
Jacob, Edward and Bella, and like... *gestures complication with fingers*
TL: Yeah, it'll be good.
KS: Really-- *presses lips to TL's shoulder*
EW: I don't know if he's coming out or not,
but should we talk about him like he's not here?
TL + KS: Yeah, let's do it (talking)...
EW: Where is he? Is he hiding out?
AG: How can we...?
TL: How can we sure? Just talk.
AG: ... corners.
NR: Who are we talking about?
EW: *whispers* Mr. Pattinson, is he here?
NR: Oh. He's probably hiding.
EW: Is he?
NR: Yeah.
KS: You know what? This is him. Right now. In the bathroom.
*impersonates Rpattz, running hand into his head,
pulling and twisting strands of hair into curls*

----everybody burst out laughing---

TL: Watch... she'll make his accent, too.

EW: Now, this tells me this cast gets along pretty well.
Right? Is that right?
TL: Sure.
EW: So, who keeps who waiting longer on the set?
Is there any of you that...
NR: We always waiting for Rob.
AG: It's always Rob.
NR: Yeah.
AG: It's always Rob.
EW: Always waiting..
AG: We're waiting for Rob for like...
EW. Again, it is the hair story?
KL: *snickers and twist his lollipop*
NR: It's the hair. His hair takes the longest time.
AG: He's like... quite toss it correctly.
EW: Can anybody confirm that it is real hair? Do we know it's all his?
NR: No!
AG: Hair-plugs.
TL: I'm not quite sure.
KS: You know what? He--, it's a 'chiapet'.
EW: Chia..? A chiap--?
TL: Wha..?
KS: He sprays this stuff on it every morning.
And just go... *hands motion the enlarged-effect*
EW: You know when he's gonna get down on here, I'm gonna call him on that.
NR: It's a ---ing, that was----. It's a chiapet.
EW: Just real quick,
Anybody wanna tell me what they remember about their teen years the most?
What is the --- (fond?) memory that you have about your teen years?
Anybody wants to...
JR: ---- (I swear I dunno what he said)
AG: *laughs with JR on his remark*
NR: I'm not speaking. I made a movie about it, and I don't wanna talk about it anymore.
TL: Teen years were a long, long time ago,
AG: Oh, yeah...
TL: ...I'm trying to think back there. I'm not quite sure.
It's a tough question.
EW: *to Kristen*
KS: *disgusted face* ...ergh!
----all laughing*
KS: Ergghh!
EW: Wanna move on?
KS: Yeah. I dunno, I'm nineteen. So it's like, it's hard to say.
No, honestly it's like I feel like the same person.
Like when I was 5-years-old, I feel like I'm still that girl.
TL: It's true.
EW: ...big fan of Joan Jett. Of course, her music is my genereation, but you're dealing that.
How does it feel, playing Joan?
KS: It's a loaded question. It's hard to say,
I don't wanna answer it in fear of making it sound like...trivial.
It means a lot. It means like... everything.
EW: So, I'm looking forward to the role.
Should I be this excited about it? Because i think it's an awesome part to play.
KS: Yeah. I know, it's a really important movie.
I mean, not too many people actually know about The Runaways.
I mean, everybody knows Joan Jett, but to see where she started,
and what they did for... rock and roll.
I know it sounds kinda lame, but like what they did for--,
it really changed everything, so...

Saturday, August 29, 2009

Filming Eclipse Graduation Scene


Just Jared has pictures from the Eclipse set. They are scenes from the graduation. Check out the rest of the photos here

Friday, August 28, 2009

First Look At Jane

Jane is a high ranking member of the Volturi Guard. The Volturi were waiting to change her and her brother Alec until she was older, but humans—believing her and her brother to be witches—tried to burn them at the stake, which forced Aro to act while the twins were little more than children. Jane’s experience with the pain of burning alive shaped her into a potent weapon – she developed the ability to inflict immense pain on others with only a look.

First look At Aro


Michael Sheen as Aro, leader of the Volturi, in Summit Entertainment’s The Twilight Saga: New Moon - 2009

I just received the following announcement from Atlantic Records (the record label that produced the Twilight Soundtrack):
The first single has officially been confirmed for the New Moon Soundtrack! Death Cab for Cutie has written an exclusive song for the movie entitled ‘Meet Me On the Equinox.’ Below is a statement from the band about the song:
“We are very excited to be a part of this amazing series of novels set in our own backyard. It just seemed a perfect synergy that a band from the Northwest would create a song for a series of novels set in the Northwest. We wrote ‘Meet Me On the Equinox’ to reflect the celestial themes and motifs that run throughout the Twilight series and we wanted to capture that desperate feeling of endings and beginnings that so strongly affect the main characters. This song marks the first attempt that Death Cab for Cutie has ever made at contributing new, unreleased material for a film and we are proud to be a part of the Twilight legacy.” — Nick Harmer / Death Cab for Cutie

Additionally, we have the exclusive premiere of the soundtrack album cover below! The soundtrack will be in stores on October 20th, 2009, stay tuned for more information!


So many New Moon news today, and we’re just getting started, I think! (I hope!)

Thursday, August 27, 2009

More On Catherine Hardwicke’s Next Movie ‘Hamlet’

Posted in: Catherine Hardwicke.
Collider.com spoke with Emile Hirsch who will star in Catherine Hardwicke’s next movie ‘Hamlet’. Catherine mentioned in a previous interview that two Twilight stars have auditioned for a role in this movie, but she didn’t say who.
Emile: I’m working on a modern-day younger adaptation of “Hamlet”, inverse, molded to be almost like this supernatural horror movie. Whereit’s not a horror-slasher movie, it’s like a suspense-horror. It’salmost like mixing “Hamlet” with “The Shining” a little bit and makingthis kind of scary/cool vision of the play. But all geared towards-allthe cast will be much younger and it’s geared towards a youngeraudience. Catherine Hardwicke, who did “Twilight” and “Lords ofDogtown”, we’re working on that together right now.
Read the rest of the interview HERE.

New Magazine Pic Of Kristen


Kings Of Leon WONT Be On The New Moon Soundtrack

According to Rolling Stone.com Kings of Leon will not be featured on the ‘New Moon’ soundtrack, as previously rumored.
While all that is going on, Kings of Leon are pondering the release of another single for “Only By Night” — Followill is thumping for “Notion” — but will not, as rumored, be contributing anything to the soundtrack for “New Moon,” the second film in the “Twilight” series.
Read the full article HERE.


There will be a new documentary featuring the real town of Forks, where the Twilight Saga takes place.
“Twilight in Forks” Film Documenting the Town Behind the Twilight BooksComing to DVD October 15th
Film takes a look at the real people and places of the remote Washingtonstate town behind the Twilight Series of books by Stephenie Meyer
FORKS, Wash. - Aug. 26, 2009 - In anticipation of the second Twilight film,New Moon, fans will soon be able to see and learn all about the real peopleand places of Forks, the remote Washington state town behind StephenieMeyer’s Twilight Series of books. Twilight in Forks(http://www.twilightinforks.com)available to pre-order today via Amazon.com, will be available online and inretail stores on October 15th.
Filmed in HD by three-time Emmy Award-winning Director Jason Brown, Twilightin Forks - The Saga of the Real Town, documents the story of the rainiestcity in the U.S. - Forks - and the untold tales of its hidden history,culture and mysticism. Since the Twilight movies were not filmed in Forks,this is the chance for fans to see where Stephenie Meyer based her epic teenromance novels.
Are there truly vampires and werewolves in and around Forks? Hear from thereal people living their lives in the town Twilight fans know and love. Fanswill meet the Chief of Police and hear as he recounts the meal he cooked forStephenie Meyer, the Forks Outfitters’ employee who gets mistaken for Bella,the vampire transplant who plays the real-life role of Alice, hearself-described Jacob’s grandfather tell the legend of how the Quileutesdescended from wolves, and many more of the people and places, including theCullen House, Swan House and police station, that make Forks the perfectsetting for the Twilight Series.
The Twilight in Forks DVD is a must-have for Twilight fans young and old.For more information, visit Twilight in Forks on the Web at:http://www.twilightinforks.com
About the Producers
Jason Brown is executive vice president of Heckelsville Media, and thedirector of the movie “Twilight in Forks - The Saga of the Real Town.”Jason’s 25 years of experience in film, television and music productionplace him in the top tier of creative talent in the industry. With threeEmmy Awards, as well as multiple Clios, Tellies and Soundies, Jason’s workhas been seen by millions of fans on TV, in theaters and in corporatesettings around the world. His credits include features such as Lover’s Laneand Double Impact, recent television shows like A&E’s “Sell this House” andDiscovery’s “Super Surgeries,” as well as additional projects for ABC, NBC,CBS, FOX, Showtime, and the NFL Super Bowl. Jason’s work has been alsopreviewed to audiences at the Sundance Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival,New York International Film Festival, and the Seattle International FilmFestival. His corporate productions for companies like Nintendo, Microsoft,Coke, Nike and National Geographic rounds out a full spectrum of careerachievement.
York Baur is president of Heckelsville Media, and the producer of the movie“Twilight in Forks - The Saga of the Real Town.” With 25 years of experiencein content development, product marketing and business development, Yorkbrings extensive knowledge to the company’s projects. His personalconnection to the Twilight phenomenon comes from the summer cabin his familybuilt near Forks, Washington in the 1960s, which he still owns. As an avidoutdoors lover, York grew up hiking in the ancient forests of OlympicNational Park, and has a deep respect for both the forest and the heartypeople who make their living in it. Previously, York spent the last 15 yearsin executive positions at Northwest online media companies, includingInfoSpace, Akamai and Microsoft. He holds a bachelor’s degree from theUniversity of Southern California (USC).

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

New Moon Trailer 2

New Moon Trailer 2 Stills SPOILERS!!!!!!!













































































































You Can see the rest at MTV
Check them all out here.










What’s missing from the New Moon Trailer?

MTV has an article listing the “Top Five Things We Still Need to See From “New Moon.”
Here is what they list:

1. The Cliff Dive

2. Fight Scenes

3. The Vanishing Volturi

4. Quil Be Seeing You

5. It Ain’t Easy Being Human

And no , i didnt name the scenes :P

You can get all the full details at the article at MTV.

Yeah I was happy to see some motorcycles in the second trailer, but I’m dying for some Volturi. I wish they would officially release the Volturi pictures. And I wanna see some cliff diving.
And some more wolf action and well I just wanna see the movie!

Is it November yet?

New Moon Trailer 2

Hit Fix Got the New Moon Trailer 2... Prepair for a meltdown

Monday, August 17, 2009

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Eclipse

Jodelle Ferland, who will play Bree in ‘Eclipse’, spoke recently to E! Online. Here’s what she has to say.
Jodelle Ferland has been sworn to secrecy. She’s not allowed to say much about the part she just landed in the third Twilight movie, Eclipse.
“I’m allowed to tell people that I play a vampire who has just been turned,” the 14-year-old Canadian actress tells me. “In other words, I’m a newborn vampire. I’m not allowed to say the name of the character.”
So if she won’t say whether her character is Team Edward or Team Jacob, what’s her pick in real life?
It’s Team Edward all the way for Jodelle.
Keep reading to find out why…
“I just think if maybe Jacob had been introduced first then everybody would like him better,” she said. “It just seems that since Edward was the first one to be with Bella, people want him to stay with her. So, you know, that’s the character that you start to like first! And then Jacob comes into the picture and everybody’s like, ‘Oh, no! Stay with Edward.’”
Jodelle says she’s “really, really excited to meet Robert Pattinson.” As are her friends. “Every single person I’ve told has asked me if they could come to the set,” she said, adding with a laugh, “I’ve said, ‘I’ll have to think about that.’”
How did Jodelle celebrate snagging a part in what’s destined to be one of the most successful movie franchises ever?
“You know, I was just thinking about that yesterday,” she said. “I was just thinking that I haven’t done anything yet. I need to think of something. Basically, I just jumped up and down and then I went into my room and watched a movie on my mini-DVD player.
“Actually, it wasn’t a movie,” she continued. “I was watching The Addams Family—the old ones, not the movie.”
That sounds like a suitably ghoulish celebration for what could be the start of a monster career.

Screencaps of EW’s Videos With Kristen and Taylor
















New Mexican Interview With Kristen Stewart

Journalist Oscar Uriel from MSN Mexico interviewed Kristen Stewart during Comic Con last month. Here’s the complete translation of the interview.
Stewart arrived with a heroin chic look, probably because of the movie she’s filming ‘The Runaways’. She completely avoided any visual contact with the journalists interviewing her.I’ve been told that it’s because the actress is extremely shy and doesn’t like certain aspects of her job.We still managed to talk to her about the dificulties of her character in this sequel and this is what she said: “In this movie the only way we can see Edward is through the very subjective point of view of Bella. It’s only through her memory that the character is present, so he doesn’t have to be there physically.This movie is much more emotional than the first, I can promise you that. Anyone who’s read the books knows that the second book is much more intense than the first because unlike Twilight, New Moon is not about your first love.
In this movie, Bella presents herself as a manic depressive person and my challenge was asking myself ‘How Can I get this character to come out of that state she’s in? And how can I play a character who’s going through that process? It was very hard to portray a young woman who’s getting over the hard blows she gets from life and how she grows up after them.
I know that in my career I haven’t been involved in many projects that have generated so much expectation as Twilight and I just have to confess that I’m just another fan of the project. I get so excited to see how the movie is wrapping up, what the first trailers look like, etc.
I know that fans are worried that Edwward is not in this movie that much, but trust me, you’ll see him enough, and if the character Edward Cullen didn’t leave, then how were we going to miss him?” concludes the actress.
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Cast Goes Out For Sushi in Vancouver

Radar Online has some pictures of the cast out together for some sushi after a long day preparing for ‘Eclipse’.

Ben Barnes and Jackson Rathbone Were Two Finalists For The Role of Edward

Twilight Lexicon has some information from the Phoenix TwiTour. At the convention some major information was revealed about the Twilight movies, including the people who were very close to playing Edward Cullen.

1. Mike Welch can play the drums and do comedy song routines from Dreamgirls to Queen. He’s also an incredible backup dancer.

2. Catherine Hardwicke said that the 4 finalists (who she called bachelor 1, 2, 3, 4) for the part of Edward Cullen were Jackson Rathbone, Ben Barnes, and Shiloh Fernandez. She said to watch for Shiloh because she predicts that he’s going places.3. Catherine said two Twilight stars (one male and one female) have auditioned for her version of Hamlet.

4. Edi Gathegi was chased around the New Moon set by styrofoam green cows that were then replaced by CGI wolves when doing the wolf attack scene. He said it’s hard to keep a straight face when you’re being chased by green cows.

5. Edi just saw New Moon in a private movie theater with Stephenie Meyer and said he was nervous seeing the movie with Stephenie and he’s always nervous about seeing himself on film. Said the movie is fabulous, and amazing.

6. Gil Birmingham on acoustic guitar at 12:30AM is so worth staying up for. His repertoire runs from blues, to light rock, to a Mexican sound that then blends into folk. And, oh yeah, the man can sing!

Love her choices, and she definitely picked the best man to play Edward :).

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Rathbone talks abbout New Moon (Birthday scene)

MTV talked to Jackson about the Birthday Scene in ‘New Moon’, which is highly important to the story.

MTV: Yeah, we saw you in the trailer, jumping at Bella.

Rathbone: You saw a little bit of it in the trailer; you didn’t see the whole thing.

MTV: There’s more to the birthday scene?

Rathbone: Yeah, there’s a little bit more violence. It’s definitely longer. It’s really about the moment where Bella is realizing what kind of world she’s into. We spent the entire time with “Twilight” delving into the vampire world, but now in “New Moon,” it’s like you’re in the vampire world, and what happens when you get a paper cut? What happens when everyone you love turns around on you and suddenly could kill you? She’s in that world right now, and she’s kind of scared by it. She’s also getting into the werewolf world, and suddenly she’s got these two new worlds on her — and there’s love in both. It’s an amazing script.

MTV: The birthday scene is certainly a very pivotal moment in the “Twilight” universe. Kellan, Peter and others have told me they had to restrain you during takes. How method did you get?

Rathbone: Yeah, I was going pretty method. We choreographed it — so I wasn’t too worried about attacking Kristen — but I told the guys to hold me back, because you want it to look real. You want it to be as real as possible, because you want that to transfer on film, and you want the audience to feel that frightened sense that I gave Kristen. I felt really bad, man. There was a couple of moments where she was like, “I thought you were going to hit me that time!” I come so close; it’s pretty intense.

MTV: We also see you flying into the piano.
Rathbone: Yeah, there’s a grand piano. I felt bad about that — as a music lover, you can’t destroy a piano. It’s gorgeous. It’s begging to be played. But it looks good on film.

MTV: Did you do your own stunts?

Rathbone: It was a breakaway, actually. They wouldn’t let me hit the actual piano. I did everything but the landing in the piano. I hit Edward, he knocks me back. It was funny, when we were filming, they had stunt guys following me with pads because I had to run into Edward, and then as soon as we connected, I had to jump myself back … then they had a stunt guy crash into the breakaway piano, and then they cut to me coming up out of the piano and charging her.

Complete article and video HERE.

Another Actress For Eclipse

Jodelle Ferland will appear in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. According to Variety, she’ll play a recently turned vampire. Ferland will next be seen in Case 39 and The Cabin in the Woods but you might remember her from Silent Hill. She’s also appeared in Seed, The Messengers, which also starred Twilight’s Kristen Stewart, Kingdom Hospital, the television remake of Carrie, They, Supernatural and Bloodrayne II.

I've seen some of her movies and she can be scary , i think she suits the role of a vampire perfectly!
Now lt’s just wait for official confirmation before we get too excited. OK .
Great
-Bellas perogative

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Vertical New Moon Calendar: Great Movie Pictures!











































































































Twilight Series Continue To Stay On Top Of Best Sellers List, Stephenie Writing Again

SA Today has a new article on Stephenie’s books continuing to take over the best sellers list, breaking previous records. The article also mentions Stephenie working on a new unknown book.
Stephenie Meyer’s four-book Twilight series has sunk its fangs into USA TODAY’s Best-Selling Books list — with no signs of letting go. Meyer’s domination of the list for the past 12 months has smashed records that until now had belonged to J.K. Rowling.
Breaking Dawn, the fourth book in the teen-vampire romance series, entered the list at No. 1 on Aug. 2, 2008. Its sales and those of Twilight, New Moon and Eclipse, the first three books, have remained staggering.
This week, Meyer’s novels are Nos. 4, 5, 6 and 7 on USA TODAY’s list.
Rowling, overall, has sold more books than Meyer — her seven-book series about boy wizard Harry Potter has 143 million copies in print in the USA, while Meyer has sold 40 million copies of her four books. But Rowling can’t match Meyer’s control of the list.
Breaking Dawn and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, the two authors’ fourth installments, entered the list at No. 1, but Meyer’s series has had more staying power.
The Twilight books have stayed in the list’s top 10 for 52 consecutive weeks. They held the first four spots a total of 13 weeks in the past year.
Rowling’s first four Potter books were top 10 for 13 consecutive weeks, 24 weeks total, for the first year after Goblet’s publication and held the first four spots for two weeks.
Breaking Dawn broke the first-day sales record for publisher Hachette at 1.3 million copies.
Based on aggressive marketing of Meyer’s series, this November’s release of the film version of New Moon and the upcoming holiday gift-buying season, Twilight books could dominate the list well into 2010.
“The books continue to find new audiences,” says Carol Fitzgerald of BookReporter.com, “so sales can still roll on bigger and bigger. The Twilight graphic novel that was just announced is going to bring a whole new audience to the books, and interest in the movies will keep people reading the books, as well.”
The franchise is expanding further with Twilight Journals ($24.99), Oct. 13; New Moon Collector’s Edition ($30) Oct. 13; and various New Moon movie tie-in editions through the fall.When Meyer might publish a new novel isn’t known, says Megan Tingley of Hachette’s Little, Brown Books for Young Readers. She’s “enjoying the writing process without a deadline or targeted publication date.”
This unknown book could be a sequel for The Host, Twilight’s Midnight Sun or something entirely new. Can’t wait to find out!


Courtesy of TwilightxChange we have the portraits seen on the official site but with transparent backgrounds. You can use these better if you’re making manips, or simply as wallpapers, without any of the official site’s text.
>> Click here to see them.
We also updated this same album yesterday with the HQ pictures from the site, with no text either :).

Bella's Peorgative

Bryce Dallas Howard Heads Over to Vancouver For ‘Eclipse’

Bryce Dallas Howard, the actress who will replace Rachelle Lefevre for the role of Victoria in ‘Eclipse’ is heading to Vancouver to start rehearsing for the movie. Guess it’s more than official now that Rachelle won’t be coming back despite fans holding one last hope, making petitions and support projects to keep her in the franchise.
We will miss Rachelle very much, as she became quickly one of the favorites. We wish her the best and we can’t wait to see her upcoming projects. She has earned her own fans now :).

Also, we are looking forward to her last performance as Victoria in ‘New Moon’.
Let’s welcome Bryce, whose job will not be easy since she will be taking over a character that has been established in two previous movies, and who will start to play a more intense side of this character without ever playing it before. Also, she’s stepping into a franchise not with a new role, but with a role that was played by someone else before. And in the midst of some pretty heavy controversy, no less. That can’ be easy. Let’s be supportive. I think the Twilight fans can show her that we are warm and welcoming, and we can’t wait to see what she brings out for the character. They truly chose a very good actress to take over tis job, in my humble opinion.

Cast Heads Out to Vancouver for ‘Eclipse’

The cast is starting to take off to Vancouver for the rehearsals of ‘Eclipse’, which will begin filming in two weeks. Right now Nikki Reed, Elizabeth Reaser, newcomer Xavier Samuel (Riley) and Bryce Dallas Howard (taking over the role of Victoria) are the first cast members to arrive in Vancity

Click here to see the pictures.

Courtesy Of Twilight Poison
Thanks Twi Po! :)

Stephenie Meyer Accused of Plagiarism!!!!!

First Of All....... What The H!

Thanks to TMZ for letting us know about a new case against Stephenie Meyer in which she’s accused of ripping off some unknown vampire novel for the fourth installment of the series ‘Breaking Dawn’ by an equally unknown writer. According to TMZ:
Turns out Stephenie Meyer, the woman behind the Twilight series, isn’t the onlyperson to write about sexy vampires — ’cause she’s being accused of ripping off thestoryline for her fourth ultra-successful book by a less famous, less rich author.
A woman named Jordan Scott fired off a cease and desist letter to the publisher of“Breaking Dawn” — the fourth book in the series — claiming the Twilight talecontains a “striking and substantial similarity” to Scott’s book, “The Nocturne.”
In her extremely detailed letter , Scottclaims her book was published in 2006 — two years before “Breaking Dawn” — andit’s no coincidence that many of the scenes are almost identical. Such as…
– Both books contain a post-wedding sex scene– Both books contain a scene about a woman who’s sick because she’s carrying achild with “evil powers”– Both books contain a scene with the death of the main character’s wife
And according to Scott, the dialogue in all of these scenes — and more — isextremely similar.
But Meyer’s rep is calling BS — telling TMZ, “The claim that ‘Breaking Dawn’ byStephenie Meyer somehow infringes on an alleged book by someone named Jordan Scottis completely without merit. Neither Stephenie Meyer nor her representatives had anyknowledge of this writer or her supposed book prior to this claim.”
You know you’ve made it when some loser tries to accuse you of stealing their unknown work. It happened to J.K. Rowling and Stephen King!

MTV Talks To Cris Wheiz

MTV spoke with Chris Weitz at Comic-Con. Here’s their interview:


MTV: Chris, “New Moon” has a lot of disparate elements. You need to portray a love that’s Shakespearean, like “Romeo and Juliet,” but at the same time do action scenes and car chases, and at the same time do effects work with werewolves and vampires. Which is the hardest, and how are you dealing with it?

Chris Weitz: The hardest thing to do is to blend all these elements into one thing that seems like a coherent whole. We [need to make sure we] don’t just stop for the action sequence or stop and have the audience say, “Oh, what a great special effect!” You want it to be a complete, seamless experience in which the emotions of the characters are what’s foremost. The hardest thing, but also the most enjoyable thing, is working with actors. You can control everything else, except the weather — what really matters is the characters and the feelings that they evoke in the readers of the book. It’s the hardest stuff, but it’s also the stuff that makes it the most satisfying when you get it right.

MTV: In last year’s “Twilight” movie, Stephenie Meyer had a cameo that the fans really loved. Will we see her in “New Moon”?


Weitz: You have to look very carefully for it. No, she doesn’t actually. If she had asked, I would have definitely put her in. But I think that she may have decided against experiencing that again, because frankly, to be an extra in a movie or a day player is a lot of sitting around. People don’t realize the sheer tedium that a movie set embodies; she was probably like, “Well, I’ll sit this one out.”


MTV: We all remember that there was a lot of drama around whether Taylor would return for “New Moon.” How close did he come to not being asked back?
Weitz: When I first met with him, I took off my shirt and I said, “You’ve got two months to look this good.” And he said, “I’m willing to try that.” Finally, he came back, and the results were just about as good as my abs. [Laughs.]


MTV: You must have a real six-pack.


Weitz: To answer your question seriously, the character in the second book is meant to be 6-foot-5, let alone transform into a werewolf and all that stuff. And Taylor, having only done three days of work in the first [movie], it was time to take a pause and say, “Should Taylor go ahead and do it?” My overwhelming feeling was, “Yes, absolutely, let’s go forward with it.” To me, it wasn’t a very difficult decision. For Taylor, it wasn’t difficult at all. He knew the character, and he embodied the character — as people are going to see in the movie. So it wasn’t really as tense and as scary a moment as it was portrayed in the media.


MTV: What can you tell us about Dakota Fanning’s performance as the evil vampire Jane?


Weitz: Well, it’s the scariest performance probably you’ve seen out of her so far, because she’s evil for once in her career. I think she really appreciated the chance to do that.


MTV: Yeah, she must turn that “adorable Dakota Fanning” thing on its ear.
Weitz: Absolutely. But what you expect from Dakota Fanning is uncannily grown-up, experienced and clever acting — and that’s what she did. I think she was just keen to do this part and to be part of the franchise, and she is genuinely scary.


MTV: Fans at Comic-Con saw a few brief shots of “apparition” Edward. What was your thought process as you reinterpreted Bella’s feelings of his presence?


Weitz: I would best describe him [in the movie] as an image that represents Bella’s sense of self-protection and her love for Edward. Really, it’s very subjective to Bella’s experience. It’s our filmic way of representing what Stephenie describes in this book, which is hearing his voice. It’s ephemeral and very subtle. We didn’t want to hit things over the head. The thing to describe him best is a flame-like apparition … very subtle and elegant. That’s what we’re aiming for.
Video HERE.


Thanks to TMZ for letting us know about a new case against Stephenie Meyer in which she’s

accused of ripping off some unknown vampire novel for the fourth installment of the series ‘Breaking Dawn’ by an equally unknown writer. According to TMZ:

Turns out Stephenie Meyer, the woman behind the Twilight series, isn’t the onlyperson to write

about sexy vampires — ’cause she’s being accused of ripping off thestoryline for her fourth ultra-

successful book by a less famous, less rich author.

A woman named Jordan Scott fired off a cease and desist letter to the publisher of“Breaking

Dawn” — the fourth book in the series — claiming the Twilight talecontains a “striking and


substantial similarity” to Scott’s book, “The Nocturne.”

In her extremely detailed letter , Scottclaims her book was published in 2006 — two years

before “Breaking Dawn” — andit’s no coincidence that many of the scenes are almost identical.

Such as…

– Both books contain a post-wedding sex scene– Both books contain a scene about a woman who’s sick because she’s carrying achild with “evil powers”

– Both books contain a scene with the death of the main character’s wife
And according to Scott, the dialogue in all of these scenes

— and more

— is extremely similar.
But Meyer’s rep is calling BS

— telling TMZ, “The claim that ‘Breaking Dawn’ byStephenie Meyer somehow infringes on an alleged book by someone named Jordan Scottis completely without merit. Neither Stephenie Meyer nor her representatives had anyknowledge of this writer or her supposed book prior to this claim.”

You know you’ve made it when some loser tries to accuse you of stealing their unknown work. It happened to J.K. Rowling and Stephen King!


The cast is starting to take off to Vancouver for the rehearsals of ‘Eclipse’, which will begin filming in two weeks. Right now Nikki Reed, Elizabeth Reaser, newcomer Xavier Samuel (Riley) and Bryce Dallas Howard (taking over the role of Victoria) are the first cast members to arrive in Vancity.

>>Source: TwiFans.

Bryce Dallas Howard, the actress who will replace Rachelle Lefevre for the role of Victoria in ‘Eclipse’ is heading to Vancouver to start rehearsing for the movie. Guess it’s more than official now that Rachelle won’t be coming back despite fans holding one last hope, making petitions and support projects to keep her in the franchise.
We will miss Rachelle very much, as she became quickly one of the favorites. We wish her the best and we can’t wait to see her upcoming projects. She has earned her own fans now :). Also, we are looking forward to her last performance as Victoria in ‘New Moon’.
Let’s welcome Bryce, whose job will not be easy since she will be taking over a character that has been established in two previous movies, and who will start to play a more intense side of this character without ever playing it before. Also, she’s stepping into a franchise not with a new role, but with a role that was played by someone else before. And in the midst of some pretty heavy controversy, no less. That can’ be easy. Let’s be supportive. I think the Twilight fans can show her that we are warm and welcoming, and we can’t wait to see what she brings out for the character. They truly chose a very good actress to take over tis job, in my humble opinion.
>> Click here to see the pictures of Bryce leaving LA for Vancouver.




USA Today has a new article on Stephenie’s books continuing to take over the best sellers list, breaking previous records. The article also mentions Stephenie working on a new unknown book.
Stephenie Meyer’s four-book Twilight series has sunk its fangs into USA TODAY’s Best-Selling Books list — with no signs of letting go. Meyer’s domination of the list for the past 12 months has smashed records that until now had belonged to J.K. Rowling.
Breaking Dawn, the fourth book in the teen-vampire romance series, entered the list at No. 1 on Aug. 2, 2008. Its sales and those of Twilight, New Moon and Eclipse, the first three books, have remained staggering.
This week, Meyer’s novels are Nos. 4, 5, 6 and 7 on USA TODAY’s list.
Rowling, overall, has sold more books than Meyer — her seven-book series about boy wizard Harry Potter has 143 million copies in print in the USA, while Meyer has sold 40 million copies of her four books. But Rowling can’t match Meyer’s control of the list.
Breaking Dawn and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, the two authors’ fourth installments, entered the list at No. 1, but Meyer’s series has had more staying power.
The Twilight books have stayed in the list’s top 10 for 52 consecutive weeks. They held the first four spots a total of 13 weeks in the past year.
Rowling’s first four Potter books were top 10 for 13 consecutive weeks, 24 weeks total, for the first year after Goblet’s publication and held the first four spots for two weeks.
Breaking Dawn broke the first-day sales record for publisher Hachette at 1.3 million copies.
Based on aggressive marketing of Meyer’s series, this November’s release of the film version of New Moon and the upcoming holiday gift-buying season, Twilight books could dominate the list well into 2010.
“The books continue to find new audiences,” says Carol Fitzgerald of BookReporter.com, “so sales can still roll on bigger and bigger. The Twilight graphic novel that was just announced is going to bring a whole new audience to the books, and interest in the movies will keep people reading the books, as well.”
The franchise is expanding further with Twilight Journals ($24.99), Oct. 13; New Moon Collector’s Edition ($30) Oct. 13; and various New Moon movie tie-in editions through the fall.When Meyer might publish a new novel isn’t known, says Megan Tingley of Hachette’s Little, Brown Books for Young Readers. She’s “enjoying the writing process without a deadline or targeted publication date.”
This unknown book could be a sequel for The Host, Twilight’s Midnight Sun or something entirely new. Can’t wait to find out!
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Official Site Portraits With Transparent Backgrounds
Posted in: New Moon The Movie

Courtesy of TwilightxChange we have the portraits seen on the official site but with transparent backgrounds. You can use these better if you’re making manips, or simply as wallpapers, without any of the official site’s text.
>> Click here to see them.

We also updated this same album yesterday with the HQ pictures from the site, with no text either :).

Paramore

Paramore Is officially nominated for the Mtv Music Vidio Awards!!!

The nominations for the MTV Video Music Awards have been announced this morning and Paramore scored a nod for their Twilight theme
‘Decode’ on the Best Rock Video Category!

Best Rock VideoColdplay - “Viva la Vida”

Kings of Leon - “Use Somebody”

Green Day - “21 Guns”

Fall Out Boy - “I Don’t Care"

Paramore - “Decode


Congrats Guys !

Now let’s gather the troops for one last time for ‘Twilight’ and VOTE for the video HERE!