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Robert Pattinson in ScreenJunkies’ “10 Best Young Hollywood Actors”   3 comments

From ScreenJunkies:

Want to know who the 10 best young Hollywood actors are in today’s world? Well, great! This article will provide you with a list of the most exclusive and upcoming young actors in Hollywood. Kids today seem to be earning a big chunk of change for their folks in Hollywood. These young actors are today’s kids and tomorrows big Hollywood.


5. Robert Pattinson. This cool charming vampire player may be too cool for his own good. The “Twilight” star has made it big and became a hearthrob in a matter of three years. It’s only a matter of time before he reaches his full potential.

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Twilight in ScreenJunkies’ Top 5 Romantic Vampire Movies   3 comments

 

The 5 romantic vampire movies seamlessly intertwine romance and horror. They may be dark, bloody, and dreary, but an underlining theme of love and romance are in all 5 movies. They all deal with a vampire having feelings for a human, and sometimes the human does not return the affection. The 5 romantic vampire movies may have romance, but all but one still maintain a horror genre.

2. “TWILIGHT”
High school student Bella moves to the overcast city of Forks to live with her father. At school she is told about five foster kids adopted by Dr. Cullen, and after meeting them she is strongly drawn to Edward. The romantic vampire movie follows the love story between human Bella and vampire Edward. For some reason, no one in the town notices the Cullen’s are vampires, but when Bella arrives she figures it out right away. “Twilight” was a blockbuster sensation and is based on the novel with the same name. There are two other “Twilight” installments to date, which are also great romantic vampire movies.

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Tyler Hawkins’s Death Scene in Remember Me in ScreenJunkies “5 Best Death Scenes of 2010″   Leave a comment

2. Tyler’s Death – “Remem­ber Me.” In “Remem­ber Me,” Robert Pat­tin­son plays Tyler, a trou­bled young adult. Despite much fore­shad­ow­ing, it is easy to be caught off guard by Tyler’s death scene at the end of the movie. A zoom­ing cam­era reveals Tyler stand­ing inside one of the Twin Tow­ers of the World Trade Cen­ter on Sep­tem­ber 11th.