Leno asked the 17-year-old actor for his most bizarre fan encounter, and though Lautner admitted it was hard to just choose one, he picked a winner: He recalled a fortysomething mother and her teenage daughter in line at a US autograph signing. The mother skipped up to him, grabbed his wrist and said, “‘Excuse me Taylor…. I’m wearing the Team Taylor panties right now. Is there any way I can take them off for you and just have you sign ‘em quick?’…. And the daughter goes, ‘Mom, come on!'” What happened next? The mother told her daughter, “‘Honey, don’t worry. This is what we do at these things,'” Lautner said. “And security stepped in and said, ‘No ma’am, this is not what we’ll be doing.'” READ FULL STORY
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I don’t know if you caught last night’s 2009 Scream Awards on Spike TV last night. But if you didn’t, then you missed out on one of the strangest parades of Hollywood back-patting ever staged. For those unfamiliar with this new heir to the Oscars and the Golden Globes, the Scream Awards are ostensibly all about celebrating the best in sci-fi, fantasy, and horror on both the big and the small screen. And just to show that the event is even cooler than the MTV Movie Awards, the categories honor such superlatives as Best Horror Movie, Best Villain, and my personal favorite, Most Memorable Mutilation Scene.
Perhaps fittingly, the show kicked off with two little blonde, pigtailed girls standing onstage in little sundresses. A little cute, a little eerie. But eerie won out when one of them pulled out a shiny steel knife and slashed her own throat and arterial spray jetted out of the other one’s neck. Yes, it was going to be that kind of show. The camera cut away to the audience who were all in their teens and twenties dressed in zombie make-up and Pinhead costumes and general goth fetish attire. No seat-fillers or gifting suites needed for this crowd. READ FULL STORY
Just when you thought you couldn’t get any more deeply immersed in the Twilight saga, now you can proudly show off your love for Edward, Bella, Jacob and the rest of the crew with Nordstrom’s New Moon-inspired line, now available for pre-order.
The line, which features mostly tees, jewelry and makeup, has something for every fan — from the Twi-hards to the Twi-not-so-hards.
If you’re down for mushroom ravioli prom parties, you might like the “Team Edward” or “Team Jacob” tees cut in a style similar to what Bella might wear. Belong to a Twilight-related Facebook group? You can subtly sport your love in a plaid tunic inspired by Alice Cullen or a motorcycle pendant necklace, a nod to Jacob’s motorcycle and the one he fixes up for Bella.
The lines skews (obviously) young, but, overall, the cheese factor is much lower than I expected. That is, until I saw the oddest items in the mix: the life-size cardboard cut-outs of Edward and Jacob. Maybe some girls would love coming home to a flattened Robert Pattison or Taylor Lautner. But I think that’s just plain creepy!
Apart from fashion, the site includes extras like videos, quizzes, downloads and a chance to win tickets to the New Moon premiere.
And if you’re itching for more fang-tastic fashion (sorry, I had to), you can also now pre-order Bella’s BB Dakota jacket at Fred Flare. Some of you probably remember when the jacket sold out in a flash only to be hawked on eBay at sky-high prices. Now’s your chance!
What do you guys think of the Nordstrom collection? What do you think of a line inspired by, not actually from, the movie?
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