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Another Amazing Fan-made Video!!

I found this video while searching through youtube, I just LOVE this video, it’s so touching, found at

Here’s the info on the video:

This is a lot like the “Breathe” video I did but every time I heard this song it just made me think of New Moon and I was bored so I decided to to it! Hope you guys like it 🙂

Song: “Last Kiss” by Taylor Swift

I don’t own anything! All rights to respected owners.


Hello Twilight Fans!


This is my 3rd blog on wordpress, I have opened this one for screen caps of the movies, I have screen caps of Twilight, New Moon, and Eclipse. But I don’t mean just a few here and there. I have large screen caps of the entire movie of Twilight, New Moon, and Eclipse. I have so many that I had to open this blog because I don’t have enough space on any of my blogs. So I will have only screen caps of the movies on this blog. For other twilight saga, twilight cast, and other twilight related pictures, please visit my other blogs:                                   


Thanks for reading!



You’re the Best Dads Ever, Dads of ‘Twilight’

Here’s an article on the dad’s of Twilight, found at

I am not a father, nor do I even pretend to know how to be a good one. (It involves owning a briefcase and knowing how to throw a baseball back and forth, I believe?)

However, I do know “The Twilight Saga.”So with Father’s Day coming up this weekend, I’m paying tribute to the dads from the series.

But who is the best “Twilight” dad? (Besides all of them?) Allow me to lay out the facts.

Charlie Swan, Carlisle Cullen, Billy Black and (future screen daddy) Edward Cullen are the men under the microscope. While everyone has their own ideas on what makes the best father, I’ve done some in-depth research (thanks, Ask Jeeves!) and these are the qualities most will agree on:

They should be of high integrity, but never high on other things. They should be able to provide for their kids, meaning they need some cash money — Benjamins, if you will. And a father needs to be responsible, offer guidance, and spend quality time with children. These are proven techniques that keep daughters (and sons) off the stripper pole. Let’s break down how these four fellows have done so far:



Charlie: Bella Swan, 24 (looks 18 for eternity)
Carlisle: Adopted vampires Edward, Jasper, Alice, Emmett and Rosalie
Billy: Jacob (21), twins Rebecca and Rachel (25)
Edward: Renesmee Cullen, 5 (in human-vampire hybrid years)

Relationship Status

Charlie: Divorced
Carlisle: Married 90 years
Billy: Widower
Edward: Newlywed


Charlie: Police chief
Carlisle: Physician
Billy: Quileute council leader and disability
Edward: Student for over 90 years

Net Worth

Charlie: Earns between $35,605 to $49,640 a year
Carlisle: Forbes estimates $34.1 billion
Billy: Median income of Native American households is $35,343. That’s a fair guess since he’s essentially unemployed.
Edward: Billions in family money


Parenting Approach

Charlie: Hands-off. Only sees daughter on holidays until she’s 17. Shows as much emotion as a vampire, so it makes sense that his daughter falls for one.
Carlisle: Permissive and lenient. Allows his adopted offspring to do anything short of murder and pays their bills well into adulthood.
Billy: Authoritative. Doesn’t give Jacob many choices, only allowing him to be a wolf when he grows up.
Edward: Reads daughter’s mind. She will never be able to get away with anything.

Quality Time

Charlie: Spends most of his time working and fishing, unless Bella makes dinner for him.
Carlisle: Despite being a busy doctor, finds time to play baseball, throw parties and fight evil vampires with his family.
Billy: Unemployed, he has all the time in the world to hang with Jacob.
Edward: Still a new parent, he makes time to take his daughter hunting, when he’s not occupied with saving her life from Volturi.

Family Planning


Charlie: Started family on whim and wasn’t active in raising daughter.
Carlisle: Randomly adopts children like he’s Angelina Jolie in a third-world country.
Billy: Seemed to plan well, until his wife suddenly passed away.
Edward: Considered abortion and doesn’t practice safe sex. To be fair, vampires have no bodily fluids, so how could he know?

Fatherly Advice

Charlie: “The right thing isn’t always real obvious. Sometimes the right thing for one person is the wrong thing for someone else. So
 good luck figuring that out.”
Carlisle: “Don’t get your family slaughtered for pride.”
Billy: “What I meant to say was, don’t do what you’re doing.”
Edward: “You’re awfully small to be so hugely irritating.”

Pole Probability


Charlie: High. Being an absent and unresponsive father can give women “daddy issues” and create strippers (allegedly). If Bella hadn’t fallen for a vampire, her life would look more like “Welcome to the Rileys.”
Carlisle: Medium. When you adopt grown children, it can be a grab bag of potential psych issues. Still, Carlisle is really rich, smart, loving and can beat up any pimp, drug dealer or strip club owner.
Billy: High. Not totally his fault since his wife died when his kids were young. Still, he’s not close with his daughters and his son is constantly taking off his clothes in public for free.
Edward: Medium. When Jacob, a much older man, “imprints” on Renesmee, Eddie still allows his daughter to see him. Kind of creepy and sends the wrong message for healthy relationships. However, they’re rich and she’ll have a strong education, so she won’t need the money for college.

Historic View Point Inn, Location Of ‘Twilight’ Prom Scene, Catches Fire

Here’s an article on the Twilight’s View Point Inn, from the prom scene, found at

The historic View Point Inn, location of the famous Twilight prom scene, caught fire on Sunday July 10th.

CORBETT, Ore. – The historic View Point Inn in the Columbia River Gorge caught fire on Sunday, sending a plume of smoke into the sky and burning much of the building’s top floor.

The inn’s owners said two people walking around the back of the inn first spotted the flames and ran inside to alert employees.

The two people were fans of the Twilight movie.  Part of the popular movie was filmed at the inn and movie fans often stop by to visit, the owners said.

Investigators said sparks from the chimney that landed on the cedar shake roof started the fire.

Staff members tried to put the fire out with a garden hose, but were not successful.

Deputies said several guests were in the building at the time. A wedding was also scheduled for the afternoon and the guests who had arrived were sent home. A nearby facility offered the host the wedding instead.

The View Point Inn is located near Vista House in the Columbia River Gorge.

The owners told KATU they have insurance, but aren’t sure what all it will cover.

They had recently filed for bankruptcy and aren’t sure how they’ll be able to carry on.

“I love the inn, but I can’t do it by myself anymore,” said co-owner Geoff Thompson. “If Oregon wants this inn and if people want this inn, everybody’s going to have to join in and save it because I just can’t do it my myself.”

The fire burned through the roof and did extensive damage to the second floor.

“It just went up in smoke, and what was strange is it started low on the roof. It was not up at the top at all,” said co-owner Angelo Simione.

The inn was built in 1924 as a stop along the old Columbia Gorge Highway. It’s on the National Register of Historic Places and once hosted President Franklin Roosevelt.

“This is devastating,” said onlooker Betsy Lee. “This is such a landmark. It’s very sad.”



Great news! Twilight Graphic Novel, Volume II Set To Be Available In Book Stores In October 2011

Here’s some info on the Twilight graphic novel, vol 2, found at

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Twilight Graphic Novel, Volume II by Stephenie Meyer, art and adaptation by Young Kim is finally coming to book stores October 11, 2011.  Published by Yen Press, the graphic novel imprint of Hatchette Book Group.  The book is to be published in eBook and hardcover for $19.95 with a first printing of 350,000 copies.

When the first volume of first Twilight Graphic Novel made an appearance in stores last year  it enjoyed phenomenal success in sales.   Fans of Twilight everywhere, including it’s author Stephenie Meyer, have anxiously awaited this new volume.

Said Stephenie, “Knowing how beautifully Young Kim rendered the Twilightuniverse in the first volume, I couldn’t wait for this next one.  Her illustrations of settings and characters gorgeously capture the world and are very close to what I saw in my mind’s eye while I was writing Twilight.”

Both the first and the second volumes of the Twilight Graphic Novel beautifully portray the Twilight meadow scene: the first, showing Bella lying on the grass gazing fondly, her hand intertwined with Edward’s.  The second volume continues the artwork with Edward, his hand in Bella’s.

Still from which movie?

Here’s a still I have come across on the internet and I’m not sure exactly which movie it’s from…maybe one of you could help me out?

I don’t believe it’s from Breaking Dawn, so it’s got to be from Twilight, New Moon, or Eclipse, but which one? I don’t recall seeing it before…



Robert Pattinson In Vanity Fair (Italy)

Here’s an interview with Robert Pattinson, found at

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ou don’t have to be intelligent to understand that, generally speaking, there’s worse than becoming a poster guy who has to hide from hordes of screaming fans into five-star hotels all around the world. And Robert Pattinson sounds very intelligent. He’s young (he’s turning 25 in May), has a lot of money, success, a job which loads of people envy him and could have all the women he wants. Yet, it stands out a mile he’s not happy about it. And I guess the reason is that he is intelligent enough to understand not to be so special.

He’s very down to earth, while everyone around him goes crazy. That makes him a good guy, but terribly alone. We wouldn’t be surprised if one day he decided to pack and leave. I met him some weeks ago for the promotion of his new movie Water For Elephants.

He’s just bought a dog. He really wanted it. “I don’t know how I’ll handle it, but if you have to travel around the world, it’s good to have a mate. I took him from the animal shelter: I laugh if I think that he went from a shelter to a suit of the Four Season Hotel.” It’s not what happened to him. Well, almost.

Rob was born in London; his mother worked for a modeling agency, and his father Richard, imported vintage cars from the U.S; when he was a child he thought he would deal with International relations. But then he got the part of Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter and the goblet of fire. It happened by chance as well as for the the role of Edward Cullen that has changed his life.
Music was his passion, but he had to put it aside for now. “I play sometimes, but you have to be concentrated to do it seriously, and I do not have so much time right now.” I point out that many actors do both, he bursts out laughing “yeah, but look at the results. It’s embarassing”.

So, apart from changing the subject when speaking about his relationship with Kristen Stewart (not even Oprah managed to make him talking), Robert says he spends his time working (mostly) and among beers, gym, cigarettes and junk food. But he really needs to sleep, he adds. “I worked last night. I’ve just come back from Lousiana”. Luckily at that age, sleep deprivation doesn’t make wrinkles on your face, but makes it look sexier somehow.

In Louisiana he’s shooting the first and the second part of Breaking Dawn at once. The first one is coming out on November 18th, 2011. Meanwhile in LA, Rob’s trying to build a career outside of Twilight. In Water For Elephants he plays Jacob, a veterinary school student struck by his parents’ death. With no money and no home, he starts wandering until he sees a train of a circus and jumps on it. There he meets two creatures: the elephant Rosie, and the star of the show Marlena (Reese Witherspoon), who is also the despotic ringmaster’s wife (Christopher Waltz).

Is it true that the first thing you do when you are given a script is read the first and the last line?
“If the screenwriter is good, the beginning and the its work and there’s a 75% chance it’s a good story. Otherwise, the best thing to do is forget it. Today the problem is that scripts with the worst-written first pages are those that are made into movies and and make more money.”

Are you saying that Twilight is bad-written?

“Things don’t always work this way. But it’s true that when I first read it, it didn’t appeal to me. I couldn’t understand what was so special and why everybody was so into it.”

– Water For Elephants is a romantic movie.
“Yeah, but what appealed to me was the historical period, the Great Depression and the circus. It’s so intriguing. Chlidren don’t dream of running away with a film crew, but with the circus. It still happens today, I guess. At least they did in the 30’s, when there was no tv and no cinema down the street. Besides I liked that it was also about animals and and human-animal relationship (he stops and bursts out laughing). I know, it sounds weird this way.”

-Anyway, the fact remains that it’s mostly about the love story between Jacob and Marlena.
“In the beginning, you may think “oh there comes the guy, he’s going to meet the girl and it’ll be love at first sight. Then they’re going to run away together”. But it’s not like this. It’s a more complex story. Jacob falls in love with Marlena, but doesn’t try to bring her with him. She first kisses him and then rejects him, but indeed he accepts her choice. She will always be an extraordinary woman to him, no matter what. Jacob just wants to give and doesn’t ask for anything in return. That’s the best kind of relationship.”

-Could you ever have a relationship with a married woman?
“Life is not black and white. There are married couples that never see each other. Is that marriage? But there’s a thing I’ve never got, that is why do people cheat?”

-You can’t understand a behavior which is typical of the majority of people nowadays.
“I can understand the impulse, but not how you can keep two relationship going at the same time for long. This usually happens to people with children, but I can’t really get why a non-commitment guy would choose to date four girls at the same time either. It must be hell, especially for men”.

-Why especially for men?
“I think it’s more complicated for men, because somehow they have to “provide for” their women. I’m not talking about money support, but about enthusiasm: they have to cultivate the relationship. Doing it with more women at the same time would be very hard, a real work.”

– Are you saying that because you’ve already tried?
“I’m not the casual-affair kind of guy. If I choose to be with someone it’s because I really want it. When I have a relationship, I’m 100% into it. If I felt like seeing more women at once then I wouldn’t go around saying “this is my girlfriend”.

– So you do not believe in cheating. And what about the until-death-us-do-part love, like the one in movies?
“My mother was 17 and my father was 25 when they met, they’re still together and look very happy. I’ve grown up believing that you can stay with the same person throughout your life.

– Speaking about parents, in Vanity Fair you played Reese Witherspoon’s son. But then your part was cut from the movie during the editing.
“It was my first movie. She was already famous, and I remember she was very nice to me: she always asked me if I wanted to read the lines together, if I had doubts or questions”.

– In less than 10 years you’ve turned from being mother and son into lovers. What do you think about it?
“Well, looking back on it, I think that let me play her son didn’t make any sense. I mean, she wasn’t even 28, she was too young to have a kid. That’s why they decided to cut it, apart from other problems. Another reason was that our scene together was way too depressing. The problem was that nobody told me anything. I found it out when I went to see it. At the end, someone was supposed to ask Reese “Are you going to meet Rawdy?”, that was the name of my character. She was supposed to say yes and there I would have come. But she said “no”.

– Bel Ami, starrring Christina Ricci, Uma Thurman and Kristin Scott Thomas, is coming out this year as well. You play the part of a seducer and make sex with lots of women. Then we have Breaking Dawn in November, where you and Bella finally have sex. You mentioned many times your unease shooting these kinds of scenes. Are you getting used to it?
“It wasn’t that difficult in Bel Ami, since we were dressed most of the time. Twilight worried me a lot instead: there are high expectations and everybody is talking about it. So I went to the gym every day for a month. It was the first time I was in shape in all my life.

– Was a month enough time?
“Yes, but anyway I could’t have done it for longer. Oh, you forgot Cosmopolis. That’s plenty of sex scenes. In one of them a girl shoots me with an electic gun, it’s crazy!”

– So going back to my question, are you getting used to it?
“I don’t know. But I know I will have to go back to the gym.

-You are not a physical fitness buff, aren’t you?
“I go from one extreme to the other: before starting work I practice for four hours per day, every day. Then I stop. It’s the same story with alcohol: all or nothing. In Louisiana it’s very difficult to resist temptation; but I found out that if I drink 5 beers a day, doing sport is useless. Try as you might, your body won’t change. I think I should really stop drinking, too.

Twilight Books….Banned?!

Here’s an article on the twilight series, found at

The Twilight Series

One of the most popular series of young adult books, these vampire novels have been banned in some schools and libraries in the U.S. and Australia for sexual content and objections to the use of the supernatural.  That hasn’t kept author Stephenie Meyer from appearing on this list.

Find what other books make the list here:


Robert Pattinson Talks Kissing Kristen Stewart In His #5 MTV Moment

Here’s an article on Robert Pattinson, found at

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It was early April 2008, and “Twilight” hadn’t yet become a global box-office phenomenon and set off an epidemic of pop-culture copycats seeking to suck up some of the franchise’s supernatural lifeblood. Back then, when Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart were just two up-and-coming actors making a movie for an independent studio, MTV News traveled to the film’s Portland, Oregon, set to find out just what was happening with this gothic-tinged love story everyone seemed to be buzzing about.



The duo were alternately shy and unguarded, jokey and awkward, and generally far different than they are these days, with the press invading every aspect of their personal and professional lives. That’s why, even years later, our first-ever “Twilight” interview remains one of our favorite RPattz moments. And as we count down the days until“MTV First: Robert Pattinson”airs next Friday at 8:56 p.m. ET, we hauled the footage from our vaults.

“Kristen’s the best actress of her generation, and that’s why I wanted to do this movie. I don’t know why she is, but she’s better than everyone else,” Pattinson told us, breaking out into laughter as he kept the attention on his co-star and away from himself.

“You don’t want me to talk about you?” Stewart asked, before doing just that. “I think he’s really handsome.”

Throughout the interview, they exchanged knowing glances, laughed at themselves and each other, and paused for long periods as they searched for the right word or anecdote. This was the “Twilight” stars, pre-mediatraining, and it’s utterly endearing. Can you imagine them now so openly discussing what it’s like to smooch on camera?

“His teeth are pretty sharp,” Stewart laughed. “It’s great. I like it.”

“Every time, I just try to kill her,” Pattinson added.

“And [Bella] likes it,” Stewart said. “She’s a total sadomasochist, if you think about it.”

Next Movie: Why Nothing Is The Next Twilight

Here’s an article on the Twilight Saga, found at

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Hollywood is all about finding the next hot thing, whether that’s a script, an actor, a director, a genre (vampires anyone?) or the ultimate discovery, a lucrative film series.

The seven “Harry Potter” movies have so far netted over $6 billion, while the first three installments of “The Twilight Saga” have earned just under $1.8 billion. That’s nearing “Oprah” money, people! (As opposed to “Potter,” which is nearing “Zuckerberg” money… but we’d rather be Oprah.)

And that’s not even counting all the licensing and swag sales… you gotta figure another few hundred thousand inEdward Cullen lunchboxes alone.

Studio executives would happily hand over their firstborns to the Volturi for a lead on “the next ‘Twilight’ franchise” (trust me, I’ve prank-called). That’s because finding such a rarity is about as easy as winning the lottery.

Paramount developed “Twilight” for three years before getting letting the rights slip to a then-little-known production company Summit Entertainment. Universal and United Artists passed on their options for “Star Wars,” and 20th Century Fox gave Lucas hell through production, worried the over-budget film wouldn’t amount to much.

The problem movie studios run into is trying too hard to find “the next _______.” “The Twilight Saga” is as much the next “Harry Potter” as “Pirates of the Caribbean” is the next “The Lord of the Rings” or “Ice Age” is the next “Toy Story.” Fanatics of one series aren’t necessarily looking to glom onto a new similar thing.

It seems like every other week we’re hearing buzz about some book being adapted for the big screen that its producers hope can be “The next ‘Twilight.'” News flash, producers: There’s only, and will only ever be, one “Twilight.”

Before breaking down these wannabes, let’s first explore what makes “Twilight,” “Twilight.”

Addictive Book Series: If a reader spends time with the books, they’re definitely hooked for the films.
Odd Names: The Twi-Hard base are teen girls. They’re tired of being an “Ann” or “Sarah” and enjoy fantasizing about being a “Bella,” “Esme” or “Renesmee.”
Moping Female Lead: Not to sound derogatory, but teenagers mope. High school sucks, dude. We identify with Bella because we’re going through puberty, or have.
Heart-of-Gold Bad Boy: Vampires are heartless killers, but not Edward, who walks a thin line in between.
Supernatural Love Triangle: Who doesn’t want to be desired by both a debonair vampire and beefy werewolf?

The following titles have all been called “the next “Twilight.” While they all contain traits similar to Stephenie Meyer’s series, here’s why none of them are…

‘The Hunger Games’

Hunger Games


Author: Suzanne Collins
Premise: In the distant future, teens must battle each other gladiator-style and overthrow an evil totalitarian government.
Movie: Production will begin late this spring with director Gary Ross (“Seabiscuit”). Hailee Steinfeld (“True Grit”), Jennifer Lawrence (“Winter’s Bone”) and Abigail Breslin (“Little Miss Sunshine”!) are rumored to be the frontrunners to star. Jodelle Ferland (“Eclipse”) would also like you to knowshe’s interested.
Addictive Book Series: The trilogy (“The Hunger Games,” “Catching Fire” and “Mockingjay”) are all regulars on bestsellers lists.
Odd Names: Yes, in spades: Katniss and Primrose Everdeen, Peeta Mellark, Haymitch Abernathy, etc.
Moping Female Lead: No, Katniss is oddly confident in the face of extreme tragedy for a teenager.
Heart-of-Gold Bad Boy: Gale Hawthorne, worst bad boy name ever, is rebellious and heroic at times, but isn’t always well intentioned.
Supernatural Love Triangle: It’s more sci-fi than supernatural, with futuristic technology and genetically-mutated creatures. There’s a love triangle between Katniss, Peeta and Gale, but it’s kind of slapdash. They’re too busy fighting The Man (a.k.a. The Capitol or President Snow) for love.
Why It Won’t Be “Twilight”: We’re not going to lie, this has the potential to be a massive movie franchise, but it’s more like “Battle Royale” meets “1984” than “Twilight.”

‘Maximum Ride’

Maximum Ride


Author: James Patterson
Premise: The Flock, a group of young human-avian hybrids, battle human-lupine hybrids, global warming and pollution to save the world.
Movie: Catherine Hardwicke (“Twilight”) is to direct her first 3-D movie, which should be released in 2013.
Addictive Book Series: With seven bestsellers complete, Patterson is writing an eighth for next year.
Odd Names: Maximum Ride, Fang, Iggy, Gasman, Nudge and Angel aren’t all pretty names, but they’re unique.
Moping Female Lead: The Flock’s leader, Max, is portrayed as a tough, tomboyish and skilled fighter.
Heart-of-Gold Bad Boy: Fang, Max’s second-in-command, is the quiet, strong type and cares deeply for Max… but he runs a blog. Bad boys don’t have blogs. They have Twitter accounts (right, Charlie Sheen?).
Supernatural Love Triangle: Check. There is a bird-human love triangle among Max, Fang and Dylan, similar to Bella-Edward-Jacob.
Why It Won’t Be “Twilight”: While many of the above elements align, the story’s ultimate tone concentrates more on teen heroism than teen love. Plus it’s from the dude who wrote “Along Came a Spider.” That movie sucked.

‘Mortal Instruments’

Mortal Instruments

Simon and Schuster

Author: Cassandra Clare
Premise: Teen Shadowhunters hunt demons or Downworlders, while remaining invisible to humans.
Movie: Scott Stewart (“Legion”) will direct the first film, “City of Bones,” starring Lily Collins (“The Blind Side,” Daughter of Phil!) and possibly Alex Pettyfer (Number Four from “I Am Number Four” and the beastly dude from “Beastly”).
Addictive Book Series: Originally a trilogy, “City of Bones,” “City of Ashes” and “City of Glass,” Clare is releasing “City of Fallen Angels” in April due to high demand.
Odd Names: Clary, Jace, Isabelle Lightwood, Magnus Bane. We’ll call them borderline odd.
Moping Female Lead: Clary is brought up human and realizes at 16 she’s a Shadowhunter. She has mope potential, but stays too busy fighting demons.
Heart-of-Gold Bad Boy: Jace fits the mold. He’s attractive but covered in scars from numerous demon fights.
Supernatural Love Triangle: Clary and Jace love each other, but may be siblings. Vampire Simon “likes likes” Clary, but she only likes him as friends.
Why It Won’t Be “Twilight“: It’s world seems too complicated for film, mixing “Harry Potter,” “Underworld” and “True Blood” and possible incest. (“Twilight” would never have incest.)




Author: Aprilynne Pike
Premise: 15-year-old Laurel learns she’s a faerie and must protect the gates of Avalon and her hippie family.
Movie: Disney optioned the rights and is developing it with Miley Cyrus in mind
 until she gets caught with another bong.
Addictive Book Series: Stephenie Meyer endorsed the debut book with a cover blurb (as she did “Hunger Games”). “Spells,” the second books, is coming in May.
Odd Names: Tamani is the most interesting name, and he’s a boy.
Moping Female Lead: Laurel is a free-spirited vegan, forced to move into the city, instead of out into the woods, like Bella.
Heart-of-Gold Bad Boy: David, the human vegan love interest, and Tamani, the faerie love interest, can’t really be classified as bad boys.
Supernatural Love Triangle: Totally, but not nearly as edgy.
Why It Won’t Be “Twilight”: Because faeries are NOT, and CANNOT, be the next vampires. Are you trying to make me cry?

I couldn’t agree more with this article! It gets so tiring to read “the next Twilight” constantly. Nothing is the next Twilight, just like nothing is the next Harry Potter. They are their own individual franchise, and all have their own uniqueness!