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Jan. 11th, 2009

Twilight in 30 seconds

Does everybody remember that cute, pretty hilarious Bunnies sketch - Titanic in 30 seconds by Angry Alien? Well it was announced on their site that they have done a Twilight one. YAY. Hopefully its out soon. Unless they made it for the DVD...like the Titanic one was on the Titanic DVD?

"January 10th, 2009,
Happy New Year, Everyone! The bunnies have finished their rendition of Twilight...premiering soon!"

Bunnies in the Twilight Zone

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Kristen is #39 on AIM's Hottest Redheads


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Twilight DVD is already the #1 Bestselling DVD in Amazon.com

We're more than two months before the Twilight DVD release and its already the bestselling DVD in Amazon.com

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Twilight DVD Update

Seth updated Stephenie's website with new DVD information!

I apologize for forgetting to post the DVD release date yesterday (I didn't realize that the Amazon page doesn't have the information yet). The Twilight DVD will be released on Saturday, March 21st. Although I'm sure most of you have already pre-ordered your 'Special Edition' DVD's by now, I thought I would post the special feature information that Summit sent in case you haven't seen it anywhere else yet:


* Five extended scenes with director introductions
* Audio commentary (Catherine Hardwicke, Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart)
* Three music videos (Muse, Paramore, Linkin Park)


* Five deleted scenes with director introductions
* Seven-part documentary: "The Adventure Begins: The Journey from Page to Screen"
* Comic-Con Phenomenon featurette
* And more!

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How to send your fan mail and autograph requests to Kristen Stewart?:
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Kristen Stewart
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» Personal Quotes
On working on the film Panic Room (2002) with such a big name star as Jodie Foster: “When I got Panic Room I’m like, ‘Oh my God that’s huge! It’s bigger than huge.’ I was kind of freaked out at first.”


» [2008] Memorables Quotes for Twilight as Isabella “Bella” Swan
Isabella Swan: How old are you?
Edward Cullen: Seventeen.
Isabella Swan: How long have you been seventeen?
Edward Cullen: A while.


Isabella Swan: Clair de Lune is great.
Edward Cullen: [Edward spins Isabella around and she gives him a look] What?
Isabella Swan: I can’t dance
Isabella Swan: .
Edward Cullen: Hmm… Well, I could always make you.
Isabella Swan: I’m not scared of you.
Edward Cullen: [laughs] Well you really shouldn’t have said that.

Jessica Stanley: Bella! Guess who just asked me to prom. I totally thought Mike was gonna ask you, actually. Um, it’s not gonna be weird though, right?
Isabella Swan: No, no. Zero weirdness. You guys are great together.
Jessica Stanley: I know, right?

Isabella Swan: Are you going to tell me how you stopped the van?
Edward Cullen: Yeah. Um… I had an adrenaline rush. It’s very common. You can Google it.

Edward Cullen: What did you expect? Coffins and dungeons and moats?
Isabella Swan: No, not the moats.
Edward Cullen: Not the moats.

Isabella Swan: Graduation caps?
Edward Cullen: Private joke. We matriculate a lot.

[from trailer]
Edward Cullen: Are you afraid?
Isabella Swan: I’m only afraid of losing you.

Isabella Swan: I know what you are. You’re impossibly fast. And strong. Your skin is pale white, and ice cold. Your eyes change colour, and sometimes you speak like, like you’re from a different time. You never eat or drink anything. You don’t go out in the sunlight.

Isabella Swan: You’ve got to give me some answers.
Edward Cullen: I’d rather hear your theories.
Isabella Swan: I have considered radioactive spiders and kryptonite.
Edward Cullen: That’s all superhero stuff, right? What if I’m not the hero? What if I’m… the bad guy?

Isabella Swan: [to Edward] I’d rather die than to stay away from you.

Edward Cullen: And so the lion fell in love with the lamb.
Isabella Swan: What a stupid lamb.
Edward Cullen: What a sick, masochistic lion.

Isabella Swan: Will you tell me the truth?
Edward Cullen: No, probably not.
[Bella turns away slighly angry]
Edward Cullen: I’d rather hear your theories.
Isabella Swan: I have considered radiocative spiders and kryptonite.
Edward Cullen: All superhero stuff right? But what if I’m not the hero? What if I am the bad guy?
Isabella Swan: You’re not.
[Edward smiles]

Edward Cullen: I only said it would be better if we weren’t friends, not that I didn’t want to be.
Isabella Swan: What does that mean?
Edward Cullen: It means if you’re smart… you’ll stay away from me.
Isabella Swan: Okay, let’s say for argument’s sake that I’m not smart.

Edward Cullen: Say it. Out loud.
Isabella Swan: Vampire.

Edward Cullen: That’s what you dream about? Being a monster?
Isabella Swan: I dream about being with you forever.

Isabella Swan: You know, your mood swings are kinda giving me whiplash.

Rosalie Hale: Here comes the human.
[Bella and Edward walk around the corner]
Esme Cullen: [Runs up to Bella] Bella! We’re making Italiano for you.
Isabella Swan: Okay.
Edward Cullen: Bella, this is Esme, my mother for all intents and purposes.
Isabella Swan: Buongiorno?
Esme Cullen: Molto Bene!
Dr. Carlisle Cullen: It gives us an excuse to use the kitchen for the first time.
Esme Cullen: I hope you’re hungry.
Isabella Swan: Yeah, absolutely!
Edward Cullen: She already ate.
Rosalie Hale: [Breaks the bowl she's holding] Perfect!
Isabella Swan: Yeah-it’s just that I know… I know you guys don’t eat.
Esme Cullen: Of course, that’s very considerate of you.
Edward Cullen: Just ignore Rosalie. I do.
Rosalie Hale: Yeah! Let’s just keep pretending like this isn’t dangerous for all of us.
Isabella Swan: I would never tell anybody anything.
Dr. Carlisle Cullen: She knows that.
Emmett Cullen: Yeah, well the problem is… you two have gone public now so…
Esme Cullen: Emmett!
Rosalie Hale: No, she should know. The entire family will be implicated if this ends badly.
Isabella Swan: Badly as in… I become the meal.
[Alice comes in through the window]
More of Isabella Swan in Twilight


» [2007] Memorables Quotes for The Messengers as Jess
Jess: [to her brother] You see then too…don’t you?
Jess: [to her brother] Where are they? What do you see?


» [2007] Memorables Quotes for In the Land Of Women as Lucy Hardwicke
Lucy Hardwicke: You know that was really hard for me to say? I mean what are you trying to do scare me? Well congratulations!
Carter Webb: I’m trying to wake you up! There’s a big fucking world out there. It’s messy, and it’s chaotic, and it’s never, it’s never ever the thing you’d expect. It’s ok to be scared but you cannot allow your fears to turn you into an asshole, not when it comes to the people that really love you, the people that need you.
Lucy Hardwicke: So I guess we’re done right?
Carter Webb: Yeah, we’re done.


» [2005] Memorables Quotes for Zathura: A Space Adventure as Lisa
Lisa: You actually set the house on fire!
Lisa: You guys actually set the house on fire?
Dad: By the way, it makes me uncomfortable when you say “hooking up”.
Lisa: Why? It’s not like it means anything.
Dad: Hope it doesn’t.
Lisa: It doesn’t. It’s just an expression.
Dad: Hope it is.
Lisa: It is! God, when should never have rented Thirteen.


» [2004] Memorables Quotes for Speak as Melinda Sordino
Melinda Sordino: It’s my first day of high school. I have seven new notebooks, a skirt I hate, and a stomach ache.
Melinda Sordino: [voiceover] The school board decided that Trojans didn’t send a strong message of abstinence. So we’ll now be the home of the Merryweather Hornets.
Random cheerleader: What are we supposed to cheer? We are the hornets, the horny horny hornets?


Melinda Sordino: My English teacher has no face. I call her Hairwoman.
More of Melinda in Speak


»[2002] Memorables Quotes for Panic Room as Sarah Altman
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  • Celeb Name:
    Kristen Stewart
  • Birth Name:
    Kristen Jaymes Stewart
  • Nickname:
    Kris and KStew
  • Date of Birth:
    9 April 1990
  • Zodiac Sign:
  • Born in:
    Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Eye Color:
  • Height:
    5′ 6″ [1.68 m]
  • Nationality:
  • Profession:
  • Comes from a showbiz family:
    her grandfather was Cecil B. DeMille’s assistant director, her father worked as a producer, her mom as a screenwriter and her brother as a grip.
  • Began auditioning for TV and film at age 8.
  • Got her big break playing Jodie Foster’s daughter in 2002’s Panic Room.
  • Kristen Stewart Relationships:
    Brother: Cameron Stewart
    Father: John Stewart
    Mother: Jules Mann-Stewart
    Boyfriend: Michael Angarano


  • Has an older brother named Cameron. They both live with their parents in the Los Angeles area.
  • Her father is John Stewart, a TV Producer who works at FOX TV. Currently co-producing “On-Air with Ryan Seacrest” (2004).
  • Shares her birthday, April 9, with actor Dennis Quaid who played her father in Cold Creek Manor (2003).
  • Born in Los Angeles, California and then spent some of her early years in Colorado and has moved back to Los Angeles where she currently resides with her parents.
  • Replaced Hayden Panettiere in Panic Room (2002).
  • Supporter and member of the Red Cross National Celebrity Cabinet.
  • Was ranked #17 on Entertainment Weekly’s ‘30 Under 30′ the actress list. (2008).
  • Had to wear brown contact lenses for Twilight (2008/I) because she has naturally green eyes while Bella’s eyes are supposed to be brown.
  • Although born in Los Angeles, she was raised during some of her early years in Colorado. She moved back to LA in 2006, where she resides with her parents.
  • Nominated 3 consecutive years (2003-2005) for the Young Artist Award, but never won.
  • Her mother is a Script Supervisor, who hails from Australia.
  • Named The Movie Fanatic’s Hottest Young Actress. (2008).
  • Wants to go to college to major in literature.
  • Has 3 dogs: Oz, a border collie mix, Jack and Lily who are mutts.
  • Was ranked #9 on Moviefone’s ‘The 25 Hottest Actors Under 25′(2008).
  • During the filming of the “Prom scene” of Twilight (2008/I), she told director Catherine Hardwicke that she didn’t like the music so she suggested the song “Flightless Bird, American Mouth” and it replaced the original songs and was put onto the soundtrack.
  • Her mother is Australian.
  • Reads novels by Charles Bukowski and Kurt Vonnegut.
  • Owns a cat named ‘Jella’.
  • Favorite book is ‘East of Eden’ by John Steinbeck.
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[2009] New Moon … Isabella “Bella” Swan
[2009] K-11 … Buttlerfly
[2009] The Runaways
[2009] Adventureland … Em
[2009] Welcome to the Rileys … Mallory
[2008] Twilight …. Isabella Swan
[2008] Jumper …. Sophie
[2008] What Just Happened? …. Zoe
[2008] Yellow Handkerchief …. Martine
[2008] Cutlass …. Young Robin
[2007] Into The Wild …. Tracy
[2007] The Cake Eaters …. Georgia
[2007] The Messengers …. Jess
[2005] In The Land Of Women …. Lucy Hardwicke
[2005] Zathura: A Space Adventure …. Lisa
[2005] Fierce People …. Maya
[2004] Undertow …. Lila
[2004] Catch Tha Kid …. Mandy
[2004] Speak …. Melinda Sordino
[2003] Cold Creek Manor …. Kristen Tilson
[2002] Panic Room …. Sarah Altman
[2001] The Safety Of Objects …. Sam Jennings
[1999] The Thirteenth Year …. In which she played a bit role


[2008] Entertainment Tonight / 1 Episode (Dated 9 Apr)
[2008] Into The Wild: The Story, The Characters
[2007] Hyspace / Episode # 6.23
[2007] Exhuming “The Messengers”
[2004] Shooting “Panic Room”
[2004] On-Air with Ryan Seacrest / 1 Episode (Dated 10 Feb)
[2002] The Making of “Panic Room”


[2002] Porshe Commercial

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Kristen Stewart


An exceptionally poised young actress with a knack for playing sullen teens, Kristen Stewart earned her big break as Jodie Foster’s daughter in David Fincher’s hot-wired thriller, “Panic Room” (2002). Though none of her subsequent films scored as well at the box office as that picture, Stewart consistently impressed audiences and critics alike, both with her performances and with her choice of projects – which frequently strayed far from the kid-oriented material offered to actors in her age group.

Born April 9, 1990 in Los Angeles, CA, Stewart’s family relocated briefly to Colorado before returning to L.A., where her father worked as a stage manager, producer, and director on numerous Fox television shows. Her performance in a grade school Christmas play caught the eye of an agent in the audience, who contacted her parents to gauge Stewart’s interest in becoming an actress. Both were initially opposed to the idea, but Stewart’s curiosity won them over, and at the age of eight, she began auditioning for film and television roles. Her first screen appearance came a year later in the Disney Channel TV production, “The Thirteenth Year” (1999), in which she played a bit role. A more substantial part came two years later with Rose Troche’s challenging independent drama, “The Safety of Objects” (2001), in which she played the boyish daughter of troubled single mom Patricia Clarkson.

Stewart found herself at the center of a major Hollywood production in 2002 when she replaced Hayden Panettiere as the juvenile lead in David Fincher’s “Panic Room.” Despite the presence of such veteran actors as Foster (to whom Stewart bore a remarkable physical resemblance), Forest Whitaker, and Patrick Bachau, Stewart held her own and delivered an assured performance that led some critics to compare her to the film’s lead during her child actor days. Following “Panic Room,” Stewart signed on to play the daughter of Dennis Quaid and Sharon Stone in another suspenseful project, Mike Figgis’ “Cold Creek Manor” (2003). However, it fared poorly with
audiences. Her next role was her first as a leading actress – “Catch That Kid” (2004) was a breezy, teen-friendly caper, with Stewart as a young mountain-climbing aficionado who orchestrates a high-tech bank robbery to pay for an operation for her gravely ill father. A minor hit with younger audiences, it allowed Stewart a chance to show a lighter side of her acting talents than her previous efforts. Stewart’s other film from 2004 was the psychological drama “Undertow,” which despite an acclaimed director, David Gordon Green, Terrence Malick as producer and a cast led by Jamie Bell, Josh Lucas, and Dermot Mulroney, it received almost no theatrical screentime.

Stewart’s next film, “Speak” (2005), which was based on the best-selling novel by Laurie Halse Anderson, gave her the opportunity to play both the dark and the light in the same project. She
played Melinda, a high school freshman who stops almost all verbal communication after being raped by an upperclassman, but retains a vivid and often sardonic running commentary in her head. Stewart handled the complexities of the character with her customary skill. Unfortunately, the film did not receive a theatrical release and instead aired on Showtime and Lifetime, in an edited form.

Stewart then segued into Jon Favreau’s underrated space fantasy “Zathura” (2005), which, despite requiring her to remain in a state of suspended animation for part of the film, gave her another showcase for her comic skills, as the perpetually exasperated older sister of Josh Hutcherson and Jonah Bobo. Even though critics found much to love about “Zathura,” it too was an underperformer in terms of ticket sales.

In 2006, Stewart starred in the Canadian feature “Fierce People,” a drama by actor-director Griffin Dunne, about a troubled masseuse (Diane Lane) who arranges for a better life for her teenage son and herself, but with unfortunate results. The picture received a limited release in the United States. She followed this with nother starring role in “The Messengers” (2007), a supernatural film from noted Thai genre filmmakers and brothers Danny and Oxide Pang. Despite the directors’ reputation with horror audiences, it was critically panned and largely ignored by moviegoers.

After “The Messengers,” Stewart worked on no less than six pictures including “In the Land of Women” (2007), with Meg Ryan and Adam Brody, and “What Just Happened?” (2008), a Hollywood drama based on the book by producer Art Linson, starring Robert De Niro, Bruce Willis, and Sean Penn. Stewart also found time for smaller projects like Mary Stuart Masterson’s directorial debut “The Cake Eaters” (2007), in which she played a young woman with a debilitating disease.

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