Lexiconer meets Justin Chon

This just in from Little Phoenix  who met Justin at the Director’s Guild building. Unfortunately, due to building regulations, there are no photos.

I arrived at the Director’s Guild building at 3:30, I got there, I sort of wandered, looking for him for about 10 minutes until I finally asked a guy who was on the staff and doing interview work, he went into the theater (where they were showing some film) and looked for him, then went out, got me in, and in about a few seconds of entering the theater I got to sit down and talk with Justin and his publicist (in spite of not having a ticket to the film of which they were showing, I thank the helpful staff member for getting me in). I’m friends with a good friend of Justin’s, and told them I knew Ben (the friend) and we all sat down and started talking for 20 minutes (just in case anyone wants to know, they are extremely interesting and nice people). I told them I was a huge fan of Twilight and wrote a screenplay for the book, and they were pretty interested in that. Justin asked me about my version of Eric in the script, which went something along the lines of this:
Justin: So, how did you write Eric’s part in your script?
Me: Um, like it was in the book…*distresses over Eric’s relatively minor role*
Justin: Nonexistent?
Me: Sort of…
He was fine with it, he just sort of laughed about it. We continued to talk about scripts, the film, Catherine Hardwicke, the fan base (his publicist, Anthony Turk, said it was a "crazy fanbase", which he was blown away by), and all the hype surrounding the movie. I told them I got Justin’s announcement on the Lexicon, and they were very pleased about that part. It was, in total, a very great experience to meet one of the cast members of Twilight.




  1. icky vicky says:


  2. Aw, lucky.

  3. lucky, he sounds cool

  4. “Nonexistent?” LMAO. That’s so true. xD

  5. Melyssa says:

    lol, non existant is exactly what i’d use ! ahah.

    i tried to write a screen play for the book for my school but im just no good at it ! lol >_

  6. Nadiya says:

    I feel bad for her when Justin asked about his role lol but getting to meet him totally makes up for it

  7. Little Phoenix says:

    In response to Nollie, yes, he’s a very sweet guy. His publicist is great, both of them were really interesting. He just sort of laughed when he said Eric’s role was nonexistent in the book.
    In response to Melyssa: Just keep writing, I first started writing (novels, mostly) when I was eight, and you just have to keep at it. The first draft of my Twilight script was TERRIBLE, but with editting (and a good critic), I got it polished.

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