July 22nd, 2021 / 5 Comments


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The Twilight Saga was released this week on Netflix USA and Scott Mendelson wrote an opinion piece for Forbes on how Twilight occupied all 5 tops spots among Netflix’s Most-Watched Movies. Below is an excerpt:

The $3.3 billion-grossing Twilight Saga did more than any other modern franchise to debunk the notion that films for and about girls and women were box office poison.

However, at least for today, all five of the top movies on Netflix’s “daily most-watched” list are all five installments in The Twilight Saga. Alas, they aren’t in exact order, as it goes Catherine Hardwicke’s Twilight (the first and still the best), Chris Weitz’s New Moon (the worst), Bill Condon’s Breaking Dawn part II (the best sequel with a terrific final reel), David Slade’s Eclipse (the threequel and the only chapter to crack $300 million domestic) and Condon’s Breaking Dawn part I (the one where Bella and Edward get married and have bed-breaking sex before birthing a human/vampire baby).

Stewart and Pattinson both “recovered” from the “Eww, those movies are for girls” cultural backlash and became prestigious and engrossing adult actors. … Pattinson is playing Batman and has crafted an onscreen persona closer to Chris Walken and Crispin Glover than Chris Hemsworth or Chris Pine. I wish Catherine Hardwicke got more mileage out of launching the franchise. Twilight, with an indie sensibility and a self-knowing wit, is easily the best of the bunch. 

Click on link above to read the full opinion piece. Personally, I agree with Scott, Catherine Hardwicke’s Twilight was the best of all the films for me. Eclipse was the most disappointing.

June 20th, 2021 / 11 Comments


Edward was born in 1901 which would make him 120. Hmmm I guess frozen at 17 isn’t so bad.

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May 4th, 2021 / 2 Comments


Olivia Rodrigo in her MTV “Multitasking with Olivia” admits to Rob being her first crush and has watched Twilight at least 25 times. That sounds familiar … Olivia talks Rob at around 3.25

Thanks @Monsieur_HJ for the heads up

April 7th, 2021 / 8 Comments


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I hadn’t watched this for some time and I just love how seriously Robert hides the pics for the game Hannah Simone makes him play with Rachelle Lefevre.  For those unfamiliar, this was from 15 November 2008. So much fun in this.

MUCH

August 16th, 2020 / No Comments


Peter Facinelli talks Robert Pattinson & Edward Cullen hairstyles

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The photo above is probably the hairstyle Peter Facinelli is talking about in this short clip

Thanks @Monsieur_HJ and @OhMyCarlisle

August 5th, 2020 / No Comments


Catherine Hardwicke talks Robert Pattinson as The Batman

ET talk to Catherine Hardwicke about Twilight at Comic-Con, Midnight Sun and Rob as Batman. Comic-Con talk starts around 1.14, but I’ve started the video at 2.48 where she talks Rob.

“Rob is Batman now… I mean, I can’t wait to see it because I know he is going to just bring layers that are fascinating, you know because he is a very fascinating person, so I’m excited about it.”

Thanks Cyn (@Korita05)

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