Meet “Beaufort” and “Edythe.” If you must. Meyer explains in her foreword to the anniversary edition…
It will never not be funny to me that DC is better at marketing alternate-reality versions of its characters than their actual, true-to-comic versions.
It is not only my duty, but my inherited calling, to take this movie on, on your behalf.
Smithers will enjoy seeing more of Edward Cullen.
As much as we love our moms, it’s time we take a few of them to task for the sins of their spawn. In celebration of Mother’s Day, we present to you nine fictional mothers who should have taken inspiration from the angelfish, and consumed their kids.
As it turns out, this is a step above Stephenie Meyer…but there’s still a ways to go if it’s going to get really good in any way other than by comparison.
No arbitrary abstinence, no stupid rules…looks like it to me.
This week: a metaphysical method actor, cults of personality, a silent sequel, Twilight torture and Dolph Lundgren versus George Segal
Maybe it’s the fact Bella and Edward seem vaguely interesting.
Really. That’s not a joke.