Twilight Wolf on Good Morning San Diego

One of the real wolves from the Twilight films appeared on the Good Morning San Diego program.

Via TwiExaminer

Also there are some twilight fans working on a wolf sanctuary project. Check them out.

Access Hollywood:New Clip Featuring Julia Jones, Tinsel Korey and the Wolfpack

Great clip with commentary by Taylor Lautner at the end.

Learn To Draw The Wolfpack Tattoo


So, are you interested in drawing the Wolfpack Tattoo? Here are step-by-step instructions.

LA Times interviews the Wolf Pack

It seems the LA Times is working their way through the various groups of Twilight characters.  Today they have an interview with Chaske Spencer, Alex Meraz, and Julia Jones.  Alex Meraz said:

“The fans are going to love this film,” he said. “I didn’t get my chance to touch anybody in ‘New Moon.’ This time I go at it with Emmett [ Kellan Lutz]. I give him a nice bitch slap. But I’m in wolf form, so maybe it’s a big paw slap?

Read the whole story over at the LA Times.

Have You Switched Teams?

Given the release of the hunky abs photo…er…we mean the very formal PR shot of the wolf pack…oh heck who are we kidding…we mean the abs! All 24 packs of them (not that we counted or anything), is it anyone else’s IPhone photo? Sorry, regaining focus.

Anyway, EW wants to know, have any of you switched teams over the photo? Take their poll.

Have we mentioned the abs?

First look: The Wolf Pack

USA Today has a first look a the wolf pack (thanks very much). Among wolf pack job requirements: the ability to work half-naked no matter what the weather in the Vancouver, B.C., area, where the film has been shooting for several weeks.



From left to right Alex Meraz (Paul), Chaske Spencer (Sam), Bronson Pelletier (Jared), and Kiowa Gordon (Embry)

****USA Today also just posted this update including how the pack was selected.

“They had to have papers that proved their heritage,” says director Chris Weitz, who was the one who insisted on hiring within the community. “And they had to be in good physical shape.”