Hi you guys,
As I mentioned a while back the move was planned weeks ago, yet always something happened. Well, now we’ve done it. Still this is not the domain name move I was mentioning but to a new free blog server. Sorry guys but business is low :P.
Anyway… starting on Monday 08.02.2010 we are on blogspot.com… I found it more useful and now I’ve made the move.
Step by step all the old posts will be moved there also, but for now you can read the latest 100 posts plus a few new ones.
So, the new address is http://twilight-s-news.blogspot.com/ learn it, bookmark it, share it… eh… you know what to do with it… Use it and abuse it…
Ah… there’s a poll there that I hope you’ll take a look at and maybe even vote on it… Please do so. It would mean the world to me…
Thank you guys!
Source: The LA Times Blogs
We saw this one coming a mile away — turns out the insanely hot new “True Blood” werewolf Joe Manganiello has stirred up some body envy in a different wolfpack: the lupine boys of “The Twilight Saga.”
We caught up with Manganiello at Comic-Con this weekend, hitting up EW and SyFy’s celebration Saturday night, where he told us he’s seeing his furry brethren from the Summit films all over Hollywood and beyond.
By Eric Ditzian
You’ve met Jacob Black and his pack of werewolves before, but you’ve never seen them like this. Fans were first introduced to the hirsute shape-shifters last November in “The Twilight Saga: New Moon,” but when director David Slade took over directing duties from Chris Weitz on“Eclipse,” he brought with him a new vision for the wolves.
And it was up to visual-effects legend Phil Tippett — his studio engineered a dizzying array of hits, including “Cloverfield,” “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest” and “Men in Black II” — to translate Slade’s vision into computer-generated effects worthy of the big screen. With just hours to go until the midnight opening of “Eclipse,” Tippett called MTV News and gave us a behind-the-scenes look at these cinematic wolves.
The leader of the Quileute Nation in northwest Washington first began hearing her tribe had a role in the popular “Twilight Saga” from fans clamoring to know more about the place where a vampire tale of teenage love unfolds.
Some fans sent e-mails. The most dedicated among them made trips to the remote reservation that is home to the series’ heartthrob werewolf Jacob Black.
“The interest in our tribe was a surprise, a good surprise,” tribal Chairwoman Anna Rose Counsell-Geyer said. “I thought to myself, people are going to actually get to know the Quileute and we are going to be recognized as a people. The real Quileute.”
That was a couple of years ago. With “Eclipse,” the series’ third movie in theaters now, the 750-member Quileute Nation is reveling in the “Twilight” spotlight, attempting to capitalize on the blockbuster’s massive financial pull and welcoming new interest in the tribe’s culture.
At their Oceanside Resort, the tribe is opening a cabin decorated in a wolf theme, a shout out to Jacob and the Quileute’s own origin story, which begins with a transformation from wolves to people.
- favorite scenes:
- sex talk (funny as hell)
- tent scene (funny but tense)
- new-born army fighting (exactly how I pictured it in my mind while reading “The Twiligh Saga: Eclipse” and “The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner”; the breaking effect was super cool)
- Bella and Jacob’s kiss (I know that Team Edward fans will all hate me, but I found it much more sensual than any other kiss from this particular movie)
- graduation scene (it really was emotional and I loved the way the parents were presented <Charlie and Carlisle>)
- training scene (no comment, just great)
- Bella hitting Jake (looked perfect)
- favorite characters:
- Rosalie and her story where great but could have been better
- The Cold One – fabulous
- Jasper and his back story great, great great… Just loved it!!!
- Edward’s new look is great
- Charlie looked better than ever in “Eclipse”
- loved Riley
Gil Birmingham is the one who coined the term “puppy pack”, so let’s meet the “puppy pack”: Gil and the wolves of Eclipse: Kiowa Gordon, Booboo Stewart, Bronson Pelletier
We all know in Breaking Dawn that part one is cut off when Bella (Kirsten Stewart) calls Rosalie (Nikki Reed) asking for help once she knows she’s pregnant, and part two of Breaking Dawn is from Jacob’s (Taylor Launter) point of view, which continues the story. But when it comes to the film, which has officially been announced to be in two parts, both directed by Bill Condon, will the story continue from Jacob’s point of view – or will we get to see Bella during the pregnancy?
This has puzzled me for a long time, but which do you think would be better? From Bella’s perceptive we would get to see alot more Edward (Robert Pattinson) and the Cullen family – including the growing Renesmee – as she goes through a painful pregnancy, breaking a few ribs and even a spine.