There's nothing like getting assigned a "Top Ten Movies" reflection story to make you realize just how much garbage you've consumed in the past year.
I've just looked at my reviews from 2013, so please allow...
You may have seen some leaked photos, but here are the official ones! The Kristen Stewart talks to her friend and Twilight author, Stephenie Meyer, about her role as Bella, boys, and what she wants to do ne...
"The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" DVD is apparently consumer-friendly. It has the commentary feature, which focuses on Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and series author Stephenie Meyer. And its photo gallery will ...
Perez Hilton recently reported that "Twilight" director Catherine Hardwicke has been replaced for the film's sequel "New Moon" by director Chris Weitz ("The Golden Compass").
Next in line for a possible replacement is Taylor Lautner, who Blast already mentioned could be getting booted from his role as Jacob. Hilton said that actor Michael Copon ("The Scorpion King 2: Rise of a Warrior") is a possible candidate for the role.
About three things I am absolutely positive: first, I just saw Twilight. Second, there is a part of me - and I don't know how minuscule that part might be - that thinks it was almost okay. Third, it was unconditionally and irrevocably hilarious.
Twilight fans, it is only three days and 11 hours until the long awaited release of "Twilight." To keep you on your toes, Blast has a special issue for this last week to help sate your "Twilight" needs.
Boys, you may call "Twilight" a "girly" book, based on the thousands of 14-year-olds and their mothers who make up a large portion of Stephenie Meyer's fan base. But Ben from IGN.com has found a new reason for men to read the four book long Twilight saga.
On August 30, Stephenie Meyer posted a notice on her official website saying that someone close to her who she had given an early draft of her upcoming novel, "Midnight Sun," had leaked it onto the internet. After reading the draft of "Midnight Sun" that was posted, I only have three words for Ms. Meyer: Please finish it.
Jacob is perhaps the funniest of all of the Twilight characters, and his and Rosalie's verbal sparring in "Breaking Dawn" is a perfect example of that. In honor of its humor, Blast has picked out our top 10 favorite Jacob and Rosalie moments from "Breaking Dawn".