NUDE UNDERWATER KISS “BREAKING DAWN” PHOT IS A FAKE
If your email has been blowing up with people sending you links to an alleged leaked photo of a naked Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in an underwater set with a green screen behind them, we are here to tell you that it is a FAKE. The photo is supposed to be an underwater kiss during the honeymoon in Brazil. However, it is nothing more than a photoshopped image. There have been a few teaser photos released from director Bill Condon featuring an arm with feathers and a picture of Charlie’s living room decked out for Christmas and they are legit. This, however, is a big fat phony.
THINGS THAT “TWILIGHT” DIDN’T TELL YOU ABOUT FORKS
There is a very interesting article about someone’s visit to Forks and how they were really shocked by how remote and desolate the town really is. The author writes:
When our tour bus drove through the town of Forks, I was shocked. It was just so small and lifeless. It was the middle of a sunny afternoon and considering the fact that Forks is the rainiest place in the continental U.S., I expected people to be out. But no one was outside. Not on the driveways of the typical suburban homes, not at the supply store, or even at the “Dazzled by Twilight” tour shop.
When we got inside the little gift store that housed Bella’s truck, I spotted life. Some older women were working the register. And when we swung by the police department, some older men came out in uniform to say hello. I didn’t spot any of the younger crowd at all.
Forks High School was in the process of being rebuilt and everyone was probably on vacation themselves, but I didn’t see any kids anywhere. I wasn’t expecting a summer concert or anything, but maybe some sunbathers or pedestrians on their way to the store.
As my tour guide explained that the only industry prevalent in the area was that of timber and that Twilight basically saved the town from their own economic and social depression, I realized how sad it all was.
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In reading this article, I can’t help but think that the author really did not have a concept of how desolate small towns can really be. I don’t know anything about that author, but I have never had any romanticized images about Forks or the Quileute reservation.
What do you think of the opinion of the article on how the books did not accurately depict Forks? If you have been to Forks, were you surprised by anything?
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