Thursday, September 16, 2010

A Picture of the Prize one Winner Got From the Team Edward Competition

WELL ONE WINNER FROM THE TEAM EDWARD COMPETITION SENT IN A PICTURE OF HER MUG THANKS FOR SEND THIS IN AND CONGRADULATIONS! @DreamsOfEdward

5 Scenes from the Book That Would Make 'Breaking Dawn' an R-Rated Movie

For three movies the Twilight franchise has flirted with subject matter that would normally garner an R-rating. Blood-thirsty vampires, sharp-fanged werewolves, and teenage sexual awakening are all subjects that require a delicate touch to win a PG-13 from the MPAA.

Screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg has batted down rumors that Breaking Dawn will be rated R, insisting that nothing is sacrificed in keeping it PG-13.
In the upcoming Breaking Dawn, the Twilight team faces it's trickiest challenge yet. The fourth book in the series takes all that mostly unspoken sexual tension and off-stage death and smashes it on the twin rocks of sex and gore.

While we know that Breaking Dawn's PG-13 rating is all but a foregone conclusion, here we take a look at the very- persuasive evidence that producers should think about making a mature-eyes-only Rated R tween movie... even if it only makes the unrated DVD release. In order to better illustrate these specific scenes which so far don't exist, we turn to the Internet with its happy abundance of Twilight-themed fan art. Enjoy!

1. Breaking More Than Just Dawn

In the Twilight films so far we've watched Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart do little more than play footsy while the sexual tension just builds and builds. After a total of more than six hours of nothing but playful hints of sexuality, the audience needs the honeymoon scene almost as much as Bella and Edward do. Of course if they did show it, it would be very controversial, and not just for Rob's blindingly white naked torso.

In the book, Bella describes the aftermath of the couple's first night together.
I stared at my naked body in the full-length mirror behind the door.

MORE AFTER THE JUMP

“Eclipse” DVD Now Available to Pre-Order in the US and Australia

We previously reported that fans in the UK can already pre-order their copy of the Eclipse DVD HERE via Amazon.co.uk. You can order the Blu-ray version HERE. The film is set to be released on December 6th.

Fans in the US and Australia can also now pre-order the Eclipse DVD via the links below:

In the US you can order the Eclipse DVD HERE and the Blu-ray/DVD combo HERE. The film is set to be released on December 4, 2010 in the States.

In Australia you can pre-order the DVD 2 disc-special edition HERE and the 3-disc box set limited edition HERE. The Australian release date is December 1st, 2010.




Find out more about the different version here.


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