Saturday, April 17, 2010

Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Is One Of The Most Complained About Books

NOW OK I UNDERSTAND WAT THYE ARE COMPLIANING ABOUT BUT I HAVE TO SAY THIS BOOK IS SO CLEAN COMPARED TO TO KILL A MOCKING BIRD WHICH I READ IN HIGH SCHOOL. INCASE U DONT KNOW WAT BOOK IS THAT ITS ABOUT THE AUTHUR CHILDHOOD WHEN SHE WAS RAPED AND HAIVNG SEX JUST TO HAVE IT. YEA BREAKING DAWN IS A CHILDRENS BOOK CAMPARED TO THAT SHIT. SORRY HAD TO VENT A TINY BIT THERE.

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We don’t know of any teenagers who read the Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn and had a bad word to say about it.

However, parents and educators were less than impressed by the relationship between vampire Edward Cullen and human, Bella Swan.

And because of that, Associated Press have reported that the American Library Association has rated Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight novels at number 5 on their list of most ‘challenged books’.

The Saga tells the story of the romance between Edward and Bella and the two are abstinent until the final book of the series.

Barbara Jones, director of the association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom told OK!: “Vampire novels have been a target for years and the Twilight books are so immensely popular that a lot of the concerns people have had about vampires are focused on her books.”

Did you have a problem with any of the themes in Breaking Dawn? We know we didn’t!

FROM ENTERTAINMENTWISE

Summit Entertainment Addresses Troubling Reshoot Rumors

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Summit Entertainment addresses rumors of problematic reshoots and reassures that "Eclipse" 'may be the best of the three so far.'
Michael Okulski
There’s no doubt that one of the biggest movies of 2010 is going to be The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. With New Moon having been released back in November, Summit Entertainment is wasting no time to get the film out in theatres at the peak of the franchise’s popularity. With only a little over two months before the film is released, the film’s quality has been called into question after news of surprising reshoots hit the internet
earlier this week.

As seen in the past with many big blockbuster films, the reported re-shoots involved some “key scenes” and “fight sequences.” Fans should not be alarmed by these reshoots as many films of this size go through similar routines. Due to Pattinson’s schedule and prior commitments, these re-shoots apparently would involve 3 grueling 18-hour days a week.

Despite these minor reports, Lainey Gossip also stated that the film’s director David Slade was not asked to be involved with the new reshoots. He supposedly struggled with the studio over “creative differences.” The series’ first two directors, Catherine Hardwicke and Chris Weitz, were allegedly sought out to direct the reshoots.


FROM THE CELEBRITY CAFE

Ron Talks About Cedric (lol)

OK OK OK RUPERT TALKS ABOUT ROBERT! I LOVE HARRY POTTER AND AM SAD TO SEE THE ENDING COMING. BUT WE STILL HAVE TWILIGHT BUT THAT TOOO WILL SOON END. WHAT OF TWILIGHT NEW WOULD WE HAVE AFTER IT DOES END? ATLEAST THIS IS A ROBERT PATTINSON BLOG RIGHT? YAY!

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For Rupert Grint, filming of the final "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" movie wraps in June. Grint, along with co-stars Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson, will put to bed the project that he has worked on for half of his 21 years. "It'll be strange saying goodbye," Grint tells The Independent.

"I've loved every minute of Harry Potter. Yes, it'll be quite sad to see it go. But I'm also looking forward to being a bit more free and seeing what else comes along." Grint has already taken advantage of what little time he has off between "Potter" movies to shoot "Cherrybomb," which ventures away from the world of wizards and into the world of teen drinking, drugs, and sex.

Grint calls his sex scenes "nerve-wracking" but admits they're not as daring as Radcliffe's full-frontal Broadway run in "Equus."

"I don't think I could. Just being on stage would be quite a scary thing, let alone with no clothes on. It takes a lot of courage," he says.

Grint also comments on another co-star, "Twilight's" Robert Pattinson, who was once far better known as Harry Potter's schoolmate Cedric Diggory than as Edward Cullen. "Good luck to him. I get recognised occasionally but nothing like that," he says. "It's crazy. You just can't really go anywhere. I've got a much more manageable existence."

Though sex, drugs, and rock and roll may not find their way into "Harry Potter," the characters are growing up, especially in the final film. "I have hair extensions for the latter part of the film," Grint says. "Ron gets a bushier hairstyle because they're living rough and camping out. Me and Dan have got stubble as well!"



FROM ZP2IT