Friday, January 1, 2010
Good Evening Sparkly Ones,
HAPPY NEW YEAR to everyone!!!! Let's do this smut thing all year long!
Thanks again to Cullen Sister and ForksPixie - ::Team Twi-Smut:: for picking these juicy lemons for us!
Fan Fic acronyms to know: AU=Alternate Universe, AH=All Human, OOC=Out of Character, Canon=As Stephenie Meyer wrote it, M=Rated Mature. Stories are ranked from 1-5 Sparkles for writing skill, story and plot and overall story quality as it relates to the Twilight Universe.
The following Review is from CullenLoveShack
Let Your Light Shine by LolaShoes
Rated: M for lemony goodness
Type: Romance/General Canon Couples AU
POV: Bella and Edward
Shack Rating: * * * * * (5 Sparkles!!)
The honeymoon beginning at the fade-to-black and continuing through Edward and Bella's exploration of intimacy, communication, and how to achieve forever together. ExB, AU Breaking Dawn. Rated M for lots of lemons. Side Note - LolaShoes is the Shack's FAVORITE Lemony Fic Author! SO GLAD to have her back writing again!
The following Reviews are from Cullen Sister
Desolation by Breath-of-Twilight
Rated: M (Dark themes and Rape)
Type: Angst/Hurt/Comfort AU/AH Canon Couples
POV: Bella and Edward
Shack Rating: * * * * * (5 Sparkles!!)
Bella is beyond broken by the time her mom exiles her to Forks to live with her father, Bella makes some not so trustworthy friends and continues her downward spiral, right into the not so safe arms of Edward Cullen. RATED M for dark themes and Rape.
Save You Socat
Type: Romance/Angst ExB AU/AH
Status: Complete (33 ch)
Shack Rating: * * * (3 Sparkles!!)
Edward is a brilliant, troubled doctor who uses medicine to escape his past, until he meets a beautiful patient whose mysterious, debilitating disease challenges everything he knows about life and death. Can he save her? Can she save him?
That's it for this week FanFicsters. See ya next Friday for more smut n' fun!
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Well Robsten lovers looks like you got your wishes! Rob and Kris ARE together in the UK today! These are fan pics not papz so it's safe to show them. I think it's precious they stopped at a grocery to take pics with this youngling. Robsten always makes the day a little brighter! Hope they are enjoying their New Year together.
Thursday, December 31, 2009
Tuesday, December 29, 2009
We all know what movie critics’ like, since they’ve been getting together to announce the year’s best since early December. But what about movie fans? Or at least those movie 200,000+ fans who’ve bothered to vote in a poll at Moviefone.com?
Michael Haneke’s The White Ribbon was chosen — oops! Wrong poll. Let me try again:
At Moviefone.com, Chris Weitz’s The Twilight Saga: New Moon was named best movie (global box office: $662 million) with more than 40 percent of the vote. The film’s male star, Robert Pattinson, was chosen the sexiest actor, followed by his New Moon rival Taylor Lautner, the "male breakout star" of 2009. Megan Fox, the star of Michael Bay’s Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, was both the sexiest and the worst actress of the year. There are worse combos, you know?
Curiously, voters were markedly divided when it came to Revenge of the Fallen. Bay’s saga about the eternal fight between robots and humans (or what passes for human in today’s blockbusters), was chosen as the year’s worst film, the best action movie, and the second-most disappointing release after Sacha Baron Cohen’s Bruno.
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse is the most anticipated movie of 2010, followed by Iron Man 2, starring Robert Downey Jr, and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I, starring Daniel Radcliffe.
Sandra Bullock was the best actress for The Blind Side.
Considering that she gets to be (emotionally) sandwiched between Pattinson and Lautner in both New Moon and the upcoming Eclipse, Kristen Stewart should have been voted the luckiest star of 2009, but I don’t believe there was such a category anywhere. Maybe next year.
Obviously a fan favorite, The Twilight Saga: New Moon is going to have a strong presence at this year's People's Choice Awards set to take place on January 6th and will be graced with the presence of both Kellan Lutz and the newly single Taylor Lautner.
Kellan has earned himself a nomination for Favorite Breakout Movie Actor, while Twilight is up for Favorite Movie, as well as On-Screen Team, recognizing its stars Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner.
Queen Latifah is hosting and performing for the event and while I'm sure she'll do a great job, it will be hard to hold the audience's attention what with all he werewolves and vampires in attendance. They tend to steal the spotlight, what with all the fangs and hair.
Monday, December 28, 2009
Just a quick reminder. I run a paparazzi free blog. You won't find stalking pics of any of the Twilight actors/actresses on my site or on the FB page. I am literally terrified that someone is going to hurt one of these kids trying to get a picture. So if that is what you are looking for - you won't find it here and you are free to stalk them elsewhere.
xxoo Lisa xxoo
xxoo Lisa xxoo
Over the weekend many tipsters pointed Gossip Cop to online rumblings of a trailer for “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.” It appears rumors (and descriptions) of a finished teaser started on IMDB, eventually making their way to fan sites and gossip pages.
We were skeptical such a clip was running anywhere. We’ve talked to sources with the production, and none of them had heard of discussions yet for the release of a trailer. It’s also worth noting that Summit Entertainment has been closed since late last week for the holidays, and the studio wouldn’t have released in that period such a critical piece of the “Eclipse” marketing machine.
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Sunday, December 27, 2009
For Twilight fans at least, the year 2009 was invariably the year of The Twilight Saga: New Moon. Of course, in the beginning, there was still a fair amount of Twilight excitement lingering, what with fans continuing to see the film in theaters (or, let's be honest, on the internet) time and time again and DVD release parties across the country. Yet, the principle attention-grabber in our world was New Moon.
At first, it was casting. There were quite a few roles to fill for New Moon, and we anxiously waited for those announcements to trickle down the pike. It started with Bronson Pelletier, who was rumored to have scored a part in the wolfpack. Then there was Dakota Fanning, who her co-stars were supporting for the part of "Jane." Then a few photos of the current wolfpack out and about led to even more rumors. Finally, the announcement came out and it was time to inspect. At first, everyone was pretty skeptical about the selections. When you have literary characters whose make-up becomes so ingrained in your own minds, theirs become difficult shoes to fill. So, we worried that Jamie Campbell Bower was too young for the part of Caius or that Michael Sheen wasn't old enough . . . etc. This, in turn, led to discussions about what scenes, quotes, and details absolutely had to be in the film. Whether fans were complaining or not, the excitement was still there. The movie was on its way.
So when the announcement came down in the spring that production was kicking off, things got really interesting. On-set photographs from various days of shooting surfaced, interviews with the cast started to come out here and there, and everyone looked toward Italy and how they were going to handle one of the collective favorite moments from the story. Of course, a few set pictures (thanks to the Twilight fan community on location) set everyone's mind at ease, as yellow Porsches, red capes, and, well, a touching embrace between Bella and Edward were witnessed from across the very large pond.
Shortly thereafter, the first teaser for the film was released. It was watched once, twice, three . . . let's just say countless times by each and every one of us. It was the growl heard 'round the world. On the same occasion as the teaser's release, the MTV Movie Awards, the Twilight cast was raking in awards - to the extent that the event is rightfully referred to as the 2009 Twilight Movie Awards.
At that point, filming was complete. Though the "big three" would be scattering across the country to film three different summer pictures, the world would still be watching them. Daily, information and photographs from the set of one of Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, or Taylor Lautner's movies (Remember Me, The Runaways, and Valentine's Day respectively) would come about - to the point, mind you, that at least one of the films was practically revealed in total (thank goodness for indoor shoots, eh?) before our eyes.
In August, though, Vancouver was poppin' with Twilight stars once more as they got to work on The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. While there were still paparazzi photos from the area once in a while, the on-set experience differed greatly from New Moon. Thus, the atmosphere was a bit unchanged in the fandom as New Moon's theatrical release neared. A full trailer, quite a few TV spots, unbelievable press and globe-trotting for the cast, and so many still frame images (primarily stemming from the Official Companion) later, the New Moon premiere was upon us.
There were some who camped out for days and others who relaxed in their PJs to catch it on MySpace. Nevertheless, most Twilight fans watched as the cast for New Moon trekked down the red carpet, one by one, into what was the first screening of the film for many of them. Soon enough, the film would be released, and Twilight fans would make their ultimate mark on film society with historical opening night numbers and a stellar showing at the box office. Even those who'd never uttered the word Twilight had it on the brain as a consequence of New Moon's opening (for better or for worse).
A few weeks later, and everyone's beginning to look forward to the DVD release. Nearly the entire year - to this day - held The Twilight Saga: New Moon as a focal point for Twilight fans. It was exciting, nerve-wracking at times, and completely overwhelming at others, but the mood was New Moon from start to finish. As the year comes to a close, one can't help but remember all of the fun we had in anticipation.
With The Twilight Saga: Eclipse right around the corner, 2010 looks to be pretty good for Twilight fans as well . . .