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Could it be? A Valentine From Summit?! Bomchicka- Wah-Wah

Feast your eyes on some lovely never before seen pictures of our favorite kids, Edward & Bella. I was thoroughly excited to see these, I had to take time out from spending time with my mister to post these for you all to enjoy.

So . . . ENJOY my funny commentary below some of the pictures. ūüėČ

So, in this picture I`m pretty much hoping he`s going to grab her boob. I feel like a perv but it`s the truth. Go for the grab Edward, go for the GRAB!

For a second, I didn`t realize that that WASN`T Rachelle. Then I remembered Summit replaced her and got sad. Darn . . .

Rob`s mouth looks like it tastes like peppermints. I wonder if my theory is correct, I suppose I`ll have to find out right? Err, maybe Di will take on that job. She`ll kill me if I even mention that to her.

For the love rip the dag on shirt OPEN!

Mmm . . that grip on my . . err- Bella`s thigh. Rob I think I`m falling in like with you all over again.

Well now, don`t we all just APPRECIATE this angle? I mean I know for a fact that I do. I would, I mean you know for a test drive, take Bella`s place. You know for . . . um, testing purposes. =)

Dear Summit, we appreciate these greatly if they came from you. If you didn`t intend for them to be leaked, oops we got them anyway- Sorry.  We appreciate how wonderful they are though; truly we do.

Pardon my commentary, I`m a perv.


De & Di


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New ‘Eclipse’ Stills

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Box Office Mojo: The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

Release Date: June 30
Studio: Summit Entertainment
Genre: Romantic Fantasy
Director: David Slade
Writer: Melissa Rosenberg (based on the novel by Stephanie Meyer)
Cast: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Billy Burke, Ashley Greene, Jackson Rathbone, Nikki Reed, Kellan Lutz, Elizabeth Reaser, Peter Facinelli, Gil Birmingham, Dakota Fanning, Anna Kendrick, Bryce Dallas Howard
Studio Description: As Seattle is ravaged by a string of mysterious killings and a malicious vampire continues her quest for revenge, Bella (Stewart) once again finds herself surrounded by danger. In the midst of it all, she is forced to choose between her love for Edward (Pattinson) and her friendship with Jacob (Lautner) ‚ÄĒ knowing that her decision has the potential to ignite the ageless struggle between vampire and werewolf. With her graduation quickly approaching, Bella has one more decision to make: life or death.

Analysis: After Twilight, the first entry in The Twilight Saga before the franchise was called “The Twilight Saga,” became a box office sensation in 2008, ultimately grossing $192.8 million, its sequel, New Moon, was dubbed one of the most-anticipated movies of 2009. It did not disappoint, drawing massive crowds out of the gate and finishing the year with nearly $290 million and counting. While the first two movies had pre-Thanksgiving launches, the third, Eclipse, has been aligned with the Independence Day holiday, in part, because the next Harry Potter reclaimed that series’ historical pre-Thanksgiving slot. Eclipse is scheduled for Wednesday, June 30, or only seven months after New Moon.

Odds are that Eclipse won’t reach the heights of New Moon, given the history of closely-timed, serialized sequels. The Matrix Revolutions, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End and even Back to the Future Part III all grossed significantly less than their predecessors. When a second movie is hotly-anticipated after the first movie’s success, it’s highly unlikely that the next picture will even maintain the momentum (The Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter being notable exceptions), and signs from New Moon‘s run suggest that The Twilight Saga will follow the pattern. New Moon had one of the biggest openings of all time, was extremely front-loaded and probably wasn’t as well-liked as the first Twilight: Box Office Mojo readers gave it a “C+,” compared to the first movie’s “B.” Also, the vampire fad could show fatigue by the summer, given the flood of vampire-themed TV shows, movies and paraphernalia in the market.

However, it would be silly to bet against Eclipse‘s chances at being a big box office draw in its own right. The Twilight brand is so strong right now that even a massive drop-off would mean a near blockbuster run for Eclipse, there are few other offerings this summer that will be as attractive to younger females, and there’s always the possibility that it pulls a Harry Potter in terms of longevity. With no trailer available at publication time, it remains to be seen how Summit will up the ante in its marketing campaign.


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Howard Shore to score ‚ÄėTwilight: Eclipse‚ÄĚ

EXCLUSIVE. Howard Shore is on board to compose the original score for the third film in the Twilight series, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. Temple Hill Entertainment today confirmed to MovieScore Magazine that the Lord of the Rings composer is going to write the music for the film, following in the footsteps of Carter Burwell (who scored the first film in 2008) and Alexandre Desplat (who wrote the music for the second, New Moon). Shore has begun work, spotting the movie, this week.

Howard Shore is, of course, best known for the Tolkien trilogy, directed by Peter Jackson, an epic work that is currently touring the world in concert form, performed live to projection. Shore also recently rescored the Mel Gibson action thriller Edge of Darkness for Warner Bros, replacing John Corigliano. This film is opening in the US next week.

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse is based on the third novel in the series of four books written by Stephenie Meyer. The film is directed by David Slade (30 Days of Night and Hard Candy), with returning cast members including Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Billy Burke, Ashley Greene and Jackson Rathbone. Summit Entertainment will release the film on June 30.


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Socialite Life: More Action than Romance in ‘Eclipse’

For those of you Twilight Saga fans who were hoping that Eclipse will be steamier than New Moon, I’m afraid your going to be tad disappointed.

Ted Casablanca wanted to know how love-tingling Eclipse was going to be, and this is what a source told Ted:

“It’s more about the fight scenes. They’re awesome; it’s what it’s all about. It’s even more action than New Moon, that’s where the tension is between them all [Bella, Edward and Jacob].”

So it looks as if us die-hard romantics are going to have to wait until Breaking Dawn, which is supposed to be “very” sexy and “much more” emotionally romantic between stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart.


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Leaked ‘Eclipse’ Script Not the Final Draft

FROM MTV.COM: An early version of the “Twilight Saga: Eclipse” screenplay that belonged to star Jackson Rathbone leaked online on Tuesday. Sources reportedly confirmed to both Deadline Hollywood and EW.com that the PDF file making the rounds on the Internet is real, but it was not the version used to film the third movie in the vampire saga.

Summit has not provided any further information about the leak, how the script was lost in the first place or how anyone got their hands on the script, which is watermarked with Rathbone’s name across each page. A rep for Rathbone hadn’t gotten back to MTV News at press time regarding any further information about the found script.

Continue reading Leaked ‘Eclipse’ Script Is Reportedly An Early Version


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Kristen Prout Talks David Slade

FROM MTV.COM: While fans eagerly await the June release of “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse,” one of the film’s stars, Kirsten Prout, is opening up about joining the cast for the third film in the franchise. She plays Lucy in the film, the vampire who turns Jasper (Jackson Rathbone) into a vampire. And she says she enjoyed getting to embrace her inner bad girl for the film.

“I’ve always been on the good side. I’ve never played a villain in my entire career. I’m the girl next door, or the girl who helps out, or the girl that makes an innocent escape. For once, I got to look all innocent and have that angelic quality, and then, all of a sudden, turn into something really dark,” Prout, who starred on the TV series “Kyle XY,” told Iesb.net. “That was fun for me. That was the first villain that I’ve ever played.”


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