Wow! Even though the video is not the greatest quality, that is a pretty good forkin’ scene! Paul looks super Po’d!
Make sure you tune into Entertainment Tonight on Monday to see the actual scene, plus more never-seen-before New Moon footage!
“Paul .. PAUL!! Get back NOW!!” – Sam
Twilight Stars on Empire Magazine’s List
Empire Magazine has their 100 Sexy Stars of 2009 list out, and unsurprisingly Twilight cast members are on it. In our personal opinion the list is a little odd with the young actors of today mixed in with actors from the Golden Age of Hollywood like Marilyn Monroe and Paul Newman. It hardly seems fair to compare people to Grace Kelly and Carey Grant who are frozen in time at their youthful best, while the ever glamorous Liz Taylor is alive and pushing 80. Anyway, here’s how the Twilight cast landed on the Women’s and Men’s lists:
#32 Ashley Greene
“Most alluring as… Prescient vampire chick, Alice Cullen.”
#7 Kristen Stewart
Most alluring as… Em Lewin in Adventureland – sparky, human, and plenty sexy, in a surly, take-no-s#$@ kinda way.
#2 Robert Pattinson
Most alluring as… Gotta be Edward Cullen, with all that restrained passion and the penchant for melting glances.
#35 Taylor Lautner
Most alluring as… Jake-abs. Specifically, whenever he’s topless in Twilight. So for the most part, whenever he’s in New Moon then.
#36 Kellan Lutz
Most alluring as… He may be man of few words, but he’s in Twilight, what more do you need? Off the silver screen he does seem to have attracted a large female fanbase who squeal uncontrollably with delight so he’s doing something right.
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Vampires Part Of Gay Agenda, Claims Straight Man
Is the pop-cultural success of Twilight and its vampiric ilk down to the fallout of the sexual revolution? Are vampires making the world's straight women fall in love with gay men? Esquire Magazine seems to think so.
Vampires have overwhelmed pop culture because young straight women want to have sex with gay men. Not all young straight women, of course, but many, if not most, of them.
That's the argument put forward by Esquire's Stephen Marche in his subtly-titled essay "Vampires as Gay Men," and he's brought True Blood, Twilight and MaryJanice Davidson's Undead series of novels as evidence. As he puts it, the success of the vampire genre comes directly as a consequence of society using it as a metaphor for the sexual "other," making the unknown more comfortable:
Adam and Steve who live on your corner with their adorable little son and run a bakery? The transgendered man who gave birth to a healthy baby? The teenage girl who wishes that all boys could be vampires? All part of the luscious and terrifying magic of today's sexual revolution. The political consequences are sweeping - Iowa's Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage is further proof of an old wise man's dictum that the United States invariably does the right thing, after first exhausting all the other alternatives - and the cultural impact is just beginning to be felt... Neil Gaiman should take some comfort, though: Vampires will eventually go away. They always do. But only when they've sucked our fear and our longing dry.
Our favorite response to this may be from Entertainment Weekly's Mandi Bierly:
When I first read the essay, I wanted to flat-out shoot it down. But then I remembered that I'm someone who's said "I'd like a man who's just to the left of gay" and "I know I'm really into a guy when I fantasize about watching Golden Girls with him." (It's a turn on to watch him appreciate vocal, funny women and their friends.) So maybe I can't call total bulls-.
But what do you think? Consider this an open thread to discuss.