Archives for July 18, 2009

Twilight Twitter Rundown

Here are a listing of the real Twitters
relating to the Twilight Saga

Updated as of 7/18/09

Cullen Family Members

Peter Facinelli

The Volturi

Michael Sheen

Jamie Campbell Bower

Charlie Bewley

Forks Humans

Justin Chon

Christian Serratos

Billy Burke

Quileute Tribe Members

Gil Birmingham

Other vampires

Rachelle Lefevre

The Twitters supposedly run by Taylor Lautner, Kristen Stewart, Ashley Greene, Kellan Lutz, Nikki Reed are all fakes. Ways to tell: mislabeling of photos stating where & when the pics were taken, Tweeting while clearly performing , all created around the same date, claiming they are posting personal photos when in reality are actually recycled paparazzi shots, official sites of actors don’t list a Twitter, etc.


100 Monkeys The Band Jackson Rathbone plays with

Bobby Long Writer of Let Me Sign along with Marcus Foster, performed by Rob Pattinson on the Twilight soundtrack

Sam Bradley Writer of Never Think, performed by Rob Pattinson on the Twilight soundtrack

Marcus Foster Writer ofof Let Me Sign along with Bobby Long, performed by Rob Pattinson on the Twilight soundtrack

Jamie Campbell Autograph Session

If you have a weekend pass to Comic Con, you may be able to see Jamie Campbell Bower up close and in person. Jamie Campbell Bower will be doing an autograph session at Comic Con on Friday, July 24th. He will be appearing along with his castmates from The Prisoner: Jim Caviezel and Lennie James from 12:45pm-1:45pm in Autograph Area 7.

According to AMC’s press release, ““The Prisoner,” a re-imagination of the 1960s cult classic created by the late Patrick McGoohan, premieres this November on AMC.”

Hit Fix: Melissa Rosenberg Interview

Hit Fix got an exclusive with Melissa Rosenberg regarding the writing of the Twilight Saga movies and how involved the directors were/are in the process:

Q: What’s your working relationship with each of the directors for each movie?

It’s been different every time. In ‘Twilight’ Catherine was on-board before I came on. So, I had her input right from the start and because we were working on a very, very tight schedule.  Over the course of about a month I wrote the outline and then they said ‘Can you do a draft in five weeks?’ And I said ‘Sure.’ (Laughing.) And then they said ‘When do you want to get it made because of the writers strike?’ We were fighting the October 31st date, and well, what should I do? And that was a 24/7 slam fest and Catherine was very, very important in that process because I was able to get her immediate feedback. So, I’d finish a draft or scene or act or whatever and shoot it to her and get her immediate feedback right there so I could really tailor it very clearly for her and what she wanted to make it — what she wanted the movie to be. It was a very, very collaborative process. You know as you can imagine ‘New Moon’ we didn’t have a director on-board when I started writing that and so that was kind of me alone. Of course the Summit folks, you know the producers of Summit, they’re all the people who I then become collaborative with and get their notes and their feedback, but it was pretty much me until Chris came on and that was November, I think.  So then Chris got involved and I start tailoring it to what he’s looking for and by then the project’s kind of done and then he goes off and he starts shooting it and Chris is a writer himself so he was really able, and by the way I don’t know if you’ve met him yet?

Q: Not yet.

He’s really a lovely guy and you’ll see. So I did like one or two drafts with him and then was really able to trust him to take it from there to make any changes that might need to be made for production or for whatever reason because I trust [him because he’s a] wonderful writer. But basically the script is a script and he’s got that and I jumped from there and here you go and ran on to do ‘Eclipse.’ So that’s been a pretty wild ride.”

Get Melissa’s full interview on Hit Fix

Blogger Maggie Visits View Point Inn

Maggie, our favorite blogger who worked on the Twilight set, recently had a chance to visit the View Point Inn, the filming site of the prom scene in Twilight. Maggie’s been in and around the Portland area lately. She was the official photographer for the Vampire Baseball event sponsored by Twilight FanTrips.

So take a look at Maggie’s blog as she describes the dining extravaganza at View Point Inn.

Also, if you want a vampire baseball jersey and didn’t get one because they sold out in record time, you can now get one! Click here for details!

You can also catch Maggie later this month at TwiCon where she organized the non-actor panel discussions (AKA informal programming).

Comic Con Recap Rundown

Since there is so much Comic Con info out there and things have been added and changed, we thought we’d do a recap to make it easier on everyone. From the Lexicon: Alphie, Pel, & Be My Escape (Lori, Laura, & Jen) will be attending Comic Con and Twilight related Comic Con events. So if you are going to any of the below events, give us a shout out and we’ll look for you!

Thursday, July 23rd

1:45p.m. to 2:45 p.m. New Moon Panel discussion and sneak peak of the movie. in Hall H San Diego Convention Center, Comic Con event (you need a Comic Con ticket). Keep in mind as per Comic Con policy, your ticket to Comic Con guarantees you entrance into the main convention center not a particular presentation. So if you want to see the New Moon panel, get there early because given what happened last year, this presentation is going to fill up fast!

5:30pm – ???pmThe Twilight Experience” (you do not need a Comic Con ticket, but you need a Fandango ticket)

“The Twilight Experience,” a one-night-only special theatrical re-release of global sensation TWILIGHT, featuring an introduction by cast members. Screening tickets are $10 and can only be purchased online at Fandango and picked up at the theater prior to the event. Multiple staggered showings of TWILIGHT will take place at the Pacific Gaslamp 15. Doors open at 5:30 and fans with tickets will be admitted on a first come, first-seated basis. The Pacific Gaslamp 15 is located at 701 5th Ave., just a few blocks from the Convention Center. 

Two tickets per person limit.
Tickets are $10
Tickets will go on sale sometime between 9:00-9:30am PST on Monday, 7/20.
Tickets can be purchased at this link —
You will need to purchase and pick up your tickets before 1:00pm PST on Thursday, 7/23 in person. So, if you are attending the Comic Con panel, you’re going to have to pick up these tickets the day before!
Physical tickets are REQUIRED to enter the event.
Comic-Con badges are not required.

Friday, July 24th

7:30 pm Twilight Websites Podcast and Instore Events (You don’t need a Comic Con ticket, but you need a wristband from Borders)

Join the operators of of some of the biggest Twilight sites talk about the fandom, set visits, hold trivia contests, and more. Borders 668 6th Avenue in the Gaslamp District walkable from the Convention Center

You must have a wristband to attend this event.
Beginning at 10:00 AM on the day of the event, free wristbands will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.
Special guests will sign one Twilight-related item—purchased at the store—as time permits.
Date and time subject to change.
Contact the store for details and event guidelines or go to

Take A Bite Out Of New Moon Chocolate

Twilightgirl77 was out at her local Blockbuster and she stumbled on a brand new New Moon product.

The milk chocolate is a heart with the word “Bella” stamped in it on top of the Cullen Crest.

MSN: Cameron Bright Interview

MSN was able to get a few moments with Cameron Bright who plays Alec in New Moon. Cameron probably had one of the easiest commutes to work during the film shooting as he is a Vancouver native.

Is there pressure to kind of come into a movie that’s so big, as a new person?

Well it’s definitely different. Like, I was in “X-Men 3,” right? So that was kind of the same, but that was the last one of it. So I was in the last one, but this one there’s still two more coming. So it’s kind of mixing in and you know, it might give me a chance to finally be recognized and get bigger. Because all my other movies didn’t really have anything going for them until they came out; that was when they got it. Whereas this one already has a huge fan base because of the books and everything.”

Check out Cameron’s full interview on MSN.