This Halloween, the Simpson family will fight a new terror in Springfield! It seems that little Lisa has a new suitor of the undead variety...
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Daniel Radcliff of Harry Potter will voice the young vampire that falls for Springfield's lonely bookworm. Hugh Laurie of the hit show House, will also guest star in the annual Treehouse of Horror episode. Check out the strangely familiar photos for the upcoming Halloween spoof. Will you be watching?
In honor of Halloween's fast approach, Glamour Magazine came up with a list of the "31 Sexiest Movie Vampires." 11 of the 31 vampires that made the cut were from the Twilight Saga! Did your favorite make the list?
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Check out the full list of winners, HERE!
Modern or Victorian? Train? Lace? What will the most important costume of Breaking Dawn look like? Kristen Stewart revealed that she has already had a fitting for Bella's iconic dress!
"I haven't put the one on yet," she said.
Stewart expanded on picking the "right one" saying, "To be honest, it's such a big deal. It's such a big decision. I have a little hand in having a decision — or having an opinion more — but I think it's pretty much up to Stephenie," Stewart said, referring to "Twilight" author Stephenie Meyer.
"I'm not quite sure exactly what it's going to look like, but it will be beautiful, I'm sure," she added.
What do you want the iconic dress to look like?
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Can't wait to see if your favorite characters win? No problem! We have a partial list of the winners from Saturday night below! The awards will be broadcast on Spike this Tuesday night, don't miss it! Also, be sure to check out photos of the cast at the 2010 Scream Awards!
The Ultimate Scream - 'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse'
Best Fantasy Movie - 'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse'
Best Fantasy Actress - Kristen Stewart 'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse'
Best Fantasy Actor - Robert Pattinson 'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse'
Breakout Male Performance - Xavier Samuel 'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse'Read more >
Have you ever wished you could read Twilight or watch the films and get credit for it in school? Well, here is your chance Twihards! The Twilight Series is the subject of a women's studies course at California State University, San Marcos. The course will focus on gender, race, sex, and relationship issues of the vampire novels and film series.
The class is making current students take a closer look at Bella and Edwards relationship. One student realized "Edward is a very dominant and abusive character, although you don’t realize it right away."
Is this an appropriate course for a state college? Would you take it? Learn more about the course and students reactions to it HERE!Read more >