A few weeks ago, in honor of the Blu-Ray/DVD release of “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1,” we asked you to tell us about a time in your life in which opposites attracted. The three commenters with the most interesting and entertaining stories would win one of three “Breaking Dawn”-related prizes, including an autographed poster for the first place winner. Read our three winning entries after the jump! Keep reading »
We know many of our readers are diehard “Twilight Saga ” fans [Staffers too! I'm raising my hand! -- Editor], so, in honor of the Blu-Ray/DVD release of “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1,” The Frisky is giving away a bunch of “Breaking Dawn – Part 1″ swag to three lucky winners. Come in first place, and you could win a poster signed by Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner. I know. I know. Find out what’s up for grabs and how to compete after the jump! Keep reading »
“Absolutely, and as a pro-choice feminist, that was certainly my concern going in. No matter what, I would not have done this movie if it violated my own beliefs — I would have just walked away — so I had to find a way into it that was in line with my own thinking and yet not violating anyone else’s beliefs. So that was probably one of the initial challenges of it. I’ve also heard the comment that Bella is the one who’s constantly sacrificing, and wow, I never saw her as someone who sacrificed anything. If anyone’s sacrificing anything, it’s Edward, because from the very beginning — and certainly in this film — she knows what she wants and goes for it, hell or high water. She’s perhaps even a little selfish because she’s so driven for what she wants. ‘Okay, so I die and Edward’s broken-hearted for the rest of eternity? Well, tough luck, I’m going for it anyway.’ She’s very clear, and frankly, I see her as a very strong character. Do other people see her as someone who sacrifices? Absolutely, but I’ve never written her that way, and it actually took me by surprise.”
— “Breaking Dawn” screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg (who also wrote the three previous flicks) on a debate in this film between the Cullens about whether to call the vampire-thing in Bella’s belly “baby” or a “fetus.” Keep reading »
Thousands of dedicated fans turned out over the weekend to see “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1.” But for one teenage girl, the tragedy of not making it was a lot worse than choosing between Jacob or Edward.
Police in Illinois arrested an “extremely upset” 18-year-old girl on Saturday after she told authorities that she crashed her car because her boyfriend did not take her to see the new “Twilight” movie.
Cops found Olivia Christina Ornelas “extremely intoxicated” and after discovering her car, missing the front right tire and spun out in a ditch off Route 71, the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Read more…