Tinsel Korey shared this via her Twitter.
The Sims have a New Moon (mostly trailer based) parody up.
Check out the student film project that is a Twilight and True Blood Spoof
Singer and Songwriter Amy Kuney has entered the parody ring with her own take on the Rob Pattinson obsession. Her own rendition of Miley Cyrus’ Obsession is what’s playing in the background.
According to her YouTube Channel Amy says:
“I know I’m not the only person to be unhealthily obsessed with Robert Pattinson who plays Edward, lead vampire, in the bloody drama Twilight: New Moon, so I decided to take my unhealthy, unbalanced obsession to a whole new creepy level by doing a parody of Twilight and covering “Obsessed” by Miley Cyrus. Haha, “Robsessed”… I’m definitely on Team Edward.
I’m stoked to see New Moon coming out Nov. 20th! I’ll see you there, popcorn in hand
ps. this is a partial dramatization— I’m really not this creepy….”
We saw this on Saturday in Phoenix and died laughing. One word:bees!
The Electric Spoofaloo website just picked the New Moon trailer as its latest spoof. They have previous episodes where they parody film school ideas gone bad, The Watchman and Harry Potter. We could describe it, but some things just speak for themselves. However, for the sake of your computer monitors, don’t be drinking anything as you watch this. If it is slow loading, you can also get it here.
MTV has an interview with Emily Browning, who was once suggested as a possibility for the role of Bella. Like Henry Cavil, Emily talks about the part that never was.
“It’s really strange,” the actress laughed when we caught up with her Tuesday. “It’s bizarre…What actually happened is that I was asked to audition — not take the part, but to just audition — shortly after ‘The Uninvited’ had finished filming,” the actress said. “And I’m not the type of person who can just work back-to-back. So I was just exhausted, and I was like, ‘I’m sorry, but I just can’t sign on to a trilogy right now.”
MTV also has up a great Twilight parody featuring cheeseburgers. It’s the brainchild of LA’s UCB Theater.