Of all the actors to have ever played a vegetarian vampire, a corrupt journalist, a circus veterinarian, and a Hufflepuff House Triwizard Champion, birthday boy Robert Pattinson has to be our absolute favorite. In honor of his big day, we decided to indulge in an RPattz-Stare Supercut made by Film.com. That fella sure does know how to serve up a stare, whether it be sultry and seductive, full of disgust or the physical manifestation of a bitter inner conflict. Hopefully he's able to lighten things up today and simply enjoy a birthday celebration. Check out the supercut >> Posted 05.13.13 by reelz
We've all heard the tales of how the the vile practices of Hungarian Countess Erzebet Bathory and Prince Vlad III of Wallachia, a.k.a. Vlad the Impaler, inspired the title character in Bram Stoker's Dracula. We've also heard numerous accounts of killers claiming to be vampires or drinking the blood of their victims as part of their murder rituals. But, it's not just the mythical undead of popular fiction and violent deviants that consume human blood — a real medical condition can lead to such nightmarish behavior. Doctors in Turkey have just documented the latest case of a man with a lust for blood so intense that he started attacking people to satisfy his urges. sink your teeth into this >> Posted 02.13.13 by BrentJS
Just because the Twilight franchise is done, doesn't mean we are done with the Twilight franchise.
Since the first Twilight movie was released in 2008, the Twilight phenomenon has swept the globe, with the franchise's final installment, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2, earning $784 million in worldwide box office. Many Twilight fans have openly admitted that the movies and books have become a full-blown obsession, even an addiction, at times coming at a cost of other relationships in their lives.
So why has Twilight struck such a chord with so many? New York psychologist Dr. Niloo Dardashti believes she has the answer, but will only reveal it in her documentary Into the Twilight Haze, as detailed in the doc's press release. After all, psychologists don't offer all their advice for free. watch the trailer and a clip from the documentary >> Posted 12.26.12 by Ryan
BLR takes Stephenie Meyer's characters to a whole new level.
Watch the awesomely bad lip read Posted 09.06.12 by reelz
On-screen couple Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart of the ever-popular vampire saga Twilight have been notoriously quiet about their off-screen relationship. The two keep a very low profile — so low, in fact, that no one's really clear about when their relationship began. (It's been rumored the pair has been together since the filming of the first movie.)
They usually avoid any PDA, so Bella and Edward fans should enjoy this admittedly blurry peek at some off-screen intimacy. In a candid, non-paparazzi photo from last week, you can see the normally timid Stewart with her arms wrapped around Pattinson's neck. more details and the full photo >> Posted 02.24.12 by reelz
The newest popular book-series-turned-movie, The Hunger Games, is often compared to it's predecessor, the Twilight saga; however, it just surpassed the vampire flick in early ticket sales. Twilight's third movie, Eclipse, broke first-day record sales back on May 14, 2010 but now Games has "already sold out hundreds of showtimes in advance of the film's March 23 release date," according to Fandango. enter our Hunger Games sweepstakes >> Posted 02.24.12 by reelz
The town of Forks, Washington is planning a big birthday party for Twilight's Bella Swan, and one resident is hoping some of the party decorations become a permanent feature in the town.
The Forks Forum reported last week that community member Rosemary Colendrea, who is helping to plan Bella's birthday event, is hoping to launch a museum dedicated to Stephenie Meyer's series. So far, the town owns an arch used in 2008's Twilight, and is hoping to buy a private collection of Twilight props later this year. The items will be on display for the three-day Stephenie Meyer's Day event, which will also feature a nighttime reenactment of Bella and Edward's wedding. No word if Alice Cullen will be available to decorate for the event. While these items will be lovely to showcase at a short festival, a rather more extensive collection of items will probably be necessary if a museum is to be built.
Colendrea is also hopeful that a Twilight television series could be filmed in the town. While a TV spin-off of the series is a fantastic idea, our favorite concept for a Twilight television series would have to be set in Seattle, since it would take place at the office of J. Jenks. Posted 02.22.12 by Mandy
The "big game" is on its way. Far more exciting, the Super Bowl commercials are starting to hit the web. While it seems unlikely that anything will be more exciting than the Ferris Bueller commercial that's been teased, there's a new Twilight-inspired commercial that is pretty hilarious.
There's no direct association to the book and movie franchise, other than vampires with crazy contacts that can run really quickly up trees. And that where they're hanging out looks a lot like Edward and Bella's neighborhood. At first it seems strange that Audi would make a commercial that's reminiscent of a franchise that plugs Volvo... and then it all makes sense. watch the Super Bowl commercial >> Posted 01.27.12 by Mandy
Twilight author Stephenie Meyer has been decidedly coy about the possible continuation of the extremely popular series. While she has stated that Breaking Dawn was the last chapter of Bella and Edward's story, she's left the possibility of continuing other characters' stories wide open.
The continuation of the series was brought up again after Lions Gate acquired Summit Entertainment, the studio that made all five Twilight movies. The L.A. Times reported on Friday that when asked if the series could be continued, Jon Felthmier, the CEO of Lions Gate, replied "Boy I hope so."
It sounds like Meyer's supernatural world is bound to live on in some form or another. Considering all the new characters introduced in the second part of the Breaking Dawn alone, there are plenty of story lines to choose from. There are some obvious candidates that the story could follow (the Cullens, the Uley Wolf Pack), but some less obvious choices seem a little more interesting to explore. Here is a list of a few characters we'd like to know more about. Who's on the list? Posted 01.18.12 by Mandy
Today is the first Tuesday in November which means it's the start of Twilight Tuesdays. Tonight, Twilight will be in theaters nationwide at 7:30 local time, and fans are promised that it will include all-new exclusive content. No word on whether that new content will all be from Breaking Dawn Part 1 or if it will also include never-before-seen footage or interviews from the first movie in the series. We'll have to wait until tonight to find out.
In order to promote the first of the Tuesday night Twilight Saga screenings, Summit has released a new video on You Tube that does indeed contain some all-new content. It starts off as a trailer for the first three movies, but then morphs into behind-the-scenes footage for Breaking Dawn and interviews with the cast and crew about the upcoming movie. Of course the clip includes interviews with Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner, but it also features commentary from director Bill Condon as well as Twilight author Stephenie Meyer. Watch the Sneak Peek >> Posted 11.01.11 by Mandy