10. Remember Me
I remember getting an Atari for my 10th birthday. That was a big surprise. When I caught the top of those tiny ted joysticks atop of their black spongy controls, I knew my entry into double figure land was going to be one to remember. Wanna know what a bigger surprise was? ”Remember Me”! This truly out Gorfed Gorf and Swallowed Pac Man hole in terms of pleasant surprises – I kid you not. Say what you will about his sparkling work in those vampire pics, Robert Pattinson delivers one of the richest and most weighty performances of any actor this year with his uneasy son and lover at the center of director Allen Coulter’s love letter to 9/11 (yes, there is such a thing). Catch it on DVD – you’ll find it, unjustly, at the ‘bottom’ of the new releases shelf.
From Stewartshining: "I was just thinking this would be My motto for the new year, and a nice Mas present for the RPattz Fans"
Merry Christmas girls!
Robsten in Oprah
the Robsten rendezvous in Montreal
and who can forget the amazing Robsten major Brazil post??
and we're hoping to have lots more of this fun moments with you guys:)
In our first Christmas with you guys I want to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We hope we are still around for next Christmas and share with all of you the WFE and Belami premier, as well as OTR and OMG Breaking Dawn Part I!! I really appreciate you guys and all the support you guys have given us and especially me since the beginning. Those of you that know me, know how crazy i am about Robsten and how much i enjoy doing this for you guys. You have no idea how happy you make me when you say you love our blog. Thank you for making me smile each and every day:) Love you so much my Robsten Dreamers. ~alma
I love them but actually I have another reason, this is a gift to the group of which I am partly ... to the more wonderful girls
this is a gift for them to they forgive me for being so so so absent with this problem of the internet and that, wrong wrong, my fault...
I love you girls, I did completely from my fist and pencil for you... I wanted to do something more Christmas-ish, but I am not good drawing realistic
Merry Christmas to all XOXO- karen-xan
We want to thank you for participating in our little Christmas Spirit Giveaways! It has been so much fun and i hope to do this next year:) Hope we're still here and that will still be a part of this blog:) Love you ~alma Happy Holidays!!
With Breaking Dawn in production in Baton Rouge, Kristen Stewart placed second behind Johnny Depp while Robert Pattinson rounded out the top three on the IMDB STARmeter.
Although Johnny Depp took the number one spot, Kristen Stewart sat at number two, unchanged from last year, as Robert Pattinson slipped from first to third. Other Twilight cast members on the 2010 IMDB STARmeter include Taylor Lautner at fourteen, down from number five last year, and Dakota Fanning at eighteen who fell ten spots over the past year.
We’ve spent all of 2010 obsessing over our favorite vampires from True Blood, The Vampire Diaries and the Twilight saga — and now we’re reflecting on the year’s sexiest moments. And because we love you all so much, we’ve included photographic evidence of each and every one! So browse through our gallery of super-hot vampire moments — including the likes of Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev, and Alexander Skarsgard and Anna Paquin… and be sure to step away from the computer if you feel your heart rate speeding up. It’s the holidays — you’ve got to take care of yourself
Pros: Plays a dad in the movies; pretty enough to give daughter hair tips; showed his sensitive side in “Remember Me;” already faced Voldemort in “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire,” so parenting the teen years should be a breeze.
Cons: Would never stop getting hit on by moms at PTA meetings; might want to suck own child’s blood (a la “Angel).
Pros: Played a dad in “17 Again;” his eyes are so pretty it would be a shame not to pass them on; showed his sensitive side in “Charlie St. Cloud;” could sing and dance life lessons to child instead of just teaching them.
Cons: Would never stop getting hit on by moms at PTA meetings; would constantly embarrass teenage daughter via weekly reairings of “High School Musical” on Disney Channel for the foreseeable millennium.