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Care To Take A Tinkle In Your “Twilight” Toilet?

Out of all the crazy fan products out there, this “Twilight” toilet decal is among the more deranged we’ve seen. (Seriously, the bathroom is a place where you leave all relationships at the door.) But, for “New Moon” die-hards, they can now go pee with Robert Pattinson staring them right in the ass (or, if you stick him on the inside of the lid, guys will go full-frontal).

We were going to end this post by making a joke about how people who deck out their toilet might as well just make their bathrooms completely “Twilight”-themed. Until we realized that, yup, you can get shower curtains, hand towels, and even toilet paper in the drama’s theme. Images after the jump. [GalleyCat/Mediabistro] Keep reading »

After Edward: What Will Be The Next Big Post-Vampire Craze?

Team Edward or Team Jacob. “True Blood” and “The Vampire Diaries.” It’s clear that blood-sucking vampires are having a cultural moment. In fact, since the first “Twilight” movie was released in 2008, vampire-related products have grossed more than $7 billion worldwide. That’s a whole lot of blood at the bloodbank.

But “Twilight” and “True Blood” won’t be around forever (sad but true). So we’ve provided a list of several hot-to-trot contenders ready to replace the vampire craze with all the Burger King merchandising tie-ins your heart desires. Keep reading »

Quotable: “True Blood” Creator Alan Ball Takes A Shot At “Twilight”

“To me, vampires are sex. I don’t get a vampire story about abstinence. I’m 53. I don’t care about high school students. I find them irritating and uninformed.”

– Alan Ball, who brought “True Blood” to the masses, takes a well-deserved shot at Stephenie Meyer‘s Twilight series, which I hear has implied sex in the fourth novel that I’m too frustrated to read. [Just Jared] Keep reading »

How To Write Like Stephenie Meyer

The website “I Write Like” analyzes a block of text and tells you which famous author the writing is reminiscent of. Depending on what article I put in, my writing style is either similar to Jane Austen (um, boring?) or Stephen King (supermarket trash?). Writing like Stephenie Meyer, the woman behind the hugely popular Twilight series, is even easier. Clearly. [via BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

If Sookie And Bella Collaborated On An Online Dating Business For Fangbangers


It’s “True Blood” meets “Twilight” in doll form, with human heroines, Bella and Sookie, bringing their love of vampire to the masses! Keep reading »

Quotable: Screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg Majorly Spoils Key Moment In “Breaking Dawn”

“The childbirth—all the scenes, I feel—should be on screen. Would we actually see Edward’s teeth through the placenta? I don’t think so. I don’t think we need to see that.”

—Melissa Rosenberg, the screenwriter behind all three “Twilight” flicks, talks about how they plan to take out a few gory details from the childbirth scene in “Breaking Dawn.” Now, I know I’m the only person on the planet who hasn’t read the book—but thanks for ruining it, Melissa. [People]
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