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Robert Pattinson Car Thief? Tried To Steal Volvo From The Twilight Set

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Really? He couldn’t just buy one?! LOLZ!

Now that Twilight has come to an end, the actors are splling the beans about all the things they did on set, like steal things!

Or just try to steal things in Robert Pattinson's case.

The sparkling vampire confessed, saying:

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Twilight Author Stephenie Meyer To Cameo In Breaking Dawn!

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This doesn't surprise us at all!

In fact, we think that it's only appropriate that she's present for the big day!

Twilight author Stephenie Meyer previously made a cameo in the film adaptation of the first book in the series as a diner patron, and now, we've gotten word that she, alongside screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg and producer Wyck Godfrey, will also be appearing in the upcoming concluding chapter, Breaking Dawn, Part 1, as a guest at Edward and Bella's wedding!

In fact, see if you can try and spot all three in the trailer (above)…we'd say around the :55 second mark!

It must have been such a surreal experience to be sitting there, watching characters that you've created come to life in such a huge way!

Congratulations, gurl! Hope it turned out exactly as you dreamed it to!

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Rewrite! Now Fans WILL See The Gruesome Birth Of Renesmee In Breaking Dawn!

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C'mon! Twilight screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg also writes for Dexter in her spare time. You think she would steer you wrong?

Twi-Hards have continued to voice their concern that the next flick to come out of the Twiverse, Breaking Dawn- Part 1, will be too toned down from its literary counterpart as to remain appropriate for mixed ages audiences.

That's why, according to Melissa, she and director Bill Condon have been hard at work on rewrites to make sure that the movie is pleasing to fans.

During a recent interview, Melissa echoed back to her sentiment that the infamous vampire birthing scene won't be the blood bath some fans are looking for, but that it will be much more gruesome than first believed. She says:

"We're working on it. And we're working on it to be as intense as it is in the book. I don't think it's about the amount of blood you show. It's on their faces. It's all from Bella's point of view when you're seeing what's going [on]. It should feel visceral. I think it's going to be pretty intense."

Oh no.

Are you telling us that the emotional intensity of this scene will be based on Kristen Stewart's ability to portray it? How about you just get a huge boulder and draw a face on it with some chalk. The rock will give a better performance!

Sometimes, we feel sorry for you Twi-Hards. How can you stand her ruining your epic saga like this???

[Image via WENN.]

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Twilight Screenwriter Admits The Series Is Garbage.

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It's pretty sad when even the writer herself realizes what she's producing is trash!

Melissa Rosenberg, the poor woman who went from being praised for her writing on Dexter to being cursed with the task of trying to make Stephenie Meyer's shiteous Twilight novels watchable on screen, is admitting that there's nothing particularly good about the sparkly vampire attack against women.

She says:

"Is it high art? No. But it's not trying to be."

Nobody says it has to be, bb! But it should at least try to be watchable!

Guess you don't really have to make the effort when there's a built-in audience of middle-aged moms clinging to their youth who are willing to line up days before the premiere, just to see a movie about a push-over of a young woman with no personality getting controlled by a possessive vampire who only likes her because he wants to eat her!

That shiz sells itself! Bwa ha ha!

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Breaking Dawn Screenwriter Reveals How She's Going To Handle The Book's More, Ahem, Unusual Sequences.

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Are you serious??

We're going to have to sit through two full movies of this mess and we're not even going to get an R-rated version of RPatz eating that sparkly vampire hatching out of a half-dead Stewie Puss Puss?!

Devastation!

Ever since the release of Stephenie Meyer's concluding novel in the Twilight series, Breaking Dawn, Twi-Hards all over the world have been speculating about how the hell they're going to adapt MANY of the unnecessarily long, poorly plotted and 'what the fuck' moments of the shiteous book onto screen!

Melissa Rosenberg, the poor screenwriter who has taken on the impossible task of trying to make the books into comprehensible, tolerable films, recently talked about the notorious 'birthing' sequence and how she's going to approach it for the movie!

She says:

On the fan site, on Facebook, all the comments are "It has to be R rated! You have to show the childbirth! Gore and guts and sex!" For me it's actually more interesting to not see it. You know, you can do childbirth without seeing childbirth … it doesn't mean it's any less evocative of an experience.

Boo!

It's bad enough that the book is ridiculous, but we think the only way to make it work as a movie is to embrace its ridiculousness!

She gives BIRTH to a vampire baby, people! He eats the effing infant OUT OF HER!

You mean to tell us that you're going to try to make it a nuanced, dramatic scene??

That's even more BARF-worthy than eating vampire babies out of steel placentas.

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Another Oscar Caliber Director Approached For Breaking Dawn!

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We don't know how any filmmaker would want to TOUCH this one, let alone one who has been nominated for Academy Awards!!

Steven Daldry, who is the inspired director behind Billy Elliot, The Hours, and most recently, The Reader, is the latest contender approached to take on the fourth Twilight movie, Breaking Dawn!

Other directors allegedly being considered include Gus Van Sant, Sofia Coppola, and Bill Condon!

We don't know what any of those people are thinking - we know EXACTLY what happens in that mess of a book, and there's virtually no way the adaptation is going to be anything other than a disaster unless they make DRASTIC plot changes!

And you know the Twi-Hards won't stand for that!!

No official offers to directors will be made until that poor screenwriter, Melissa Rosenberg, hands in an outline for the script. Girlfriend must be ripping her hair out while she attempts to pull something remotely watchable out of that garbage!

What do U think?? Who do U want to see direct the Breaking Dawn movie??

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