TRIBUNE-DEMOCRAT HOSTING A NEW MOON PREMIERE IN JOHNSTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA The Tribune-Democrat is hosting the 7 p.m. premiere showing of “New Moon” on Nov. 19 at Richland Cinemas!

I want to invite 259 of my closest friends – you our readers – to join me for this exclusive pre-premiere showing. There are several ways you can secure tickets to this earlier premiere. For full details, you must see the Oct 18 edition of the Tribune.

To whet your whistle, here are some highlights:

First: Twelve lucky merchants will have registration boxes located in their places of business for you to drop off an official Tribune entry form.

Second: Calling all Edwards, Bellas and Jacobs, etc., we will hold a “New Moon” character look-a-like contest, online, and five lucky finalists will be invited (with one guest) to attend the premiere.

More here.

BREAKING DAWN MOVIE IS NOT GREENLIT According to Gossip Cop there are currently no plans for a fourth Twilight movie. A Summit Entertainment rep tells them that the movie hasn’t been greenlit, nor have they begun to make any decisions about start date, director, or anything else.

Of course that doesn’t mean it won’t be greenlit, they may simply be waiting around to make certain the second film, The Twilight Saga: New Moon does as well as everyone thinks it will. With two movies still to go, there’s plenty of time left to start planning Breaking Dawn, so put down that pitchfork Twilight fans. It’ll get done, it just may take a little longer than you thought.

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‘NEW MOON’ SOUNDTRACK GETS AN A FROM ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY After the success of the first installment, music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas (Gossip Girl, Grey’s Anatomy) gets her pick of the alt litter here, with each contributing original, previously unreleased material: From the opening chords of Death Cab for Cutie’s dusky guitar rapture ”Meet Me on the Equinox” to the spooky robot-ennui of Thom Yorke’s ”Hearing Damage” 
 and Grizzly Bear’s gorgeous folk-pop pastoral ”Slow Life,” New Moon rarely falters. A peacocking remix of Muse’s shamelessly operatic ”I Belong to You” becomes a Bowie-esque glam-rock stomper. In its wake, Bon Iver and St. Vincent quietly unfurl ”Rosyln,” a duet of hushed, almost church-like beauty.

Think of New Moon as a sort of survey course in new-now-next rock: a mixtape with teeth. A

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SHIRTLESS EMBRY CALL ON NEW POSTER (CALM DOWN, LADIES!) Here’s a brand new foreign movie poster featuring a shirtless Embry Call played by Kiowa Gordon in the upcoming film “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” based on the novel by Stephenie Meyer.

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LYKKE LI’S ‘NEW MOON’ SONG MIXES LOVE, DEATH AND PATTINSON When Lykke Li was presented with the opportunity to write a song for the “New Moon” soundtrack, she did what any bubbling-beneath-the-surface artist would’ve done: She thought about it for a really long time.

“Everyone kept asking me if I wanted to do it, how [the song] was going, when would I have it finished, and I was like, ‘Eh, I don’t know, maybe I’ll do it, maybe I won’t,’ ” she laughed. “I mean, I had heard of the ‘Twilight’ phenomenon, but I didn’t read the books or watch the first movie or anything. I mean, I’m Swedish.

“I stayed [in Los Angeles] and watched the movie, when it only had green screen on it. I had this hook in my mind, even before I saw the movie, and then I was watching it, and I was like, ‘That’s the hook!’ ” she said. “So it was very much like a discovery, inside myself and musically. I had this song growing inside of me that I had to get out, and [the film] was the trigger. Because I really connected with Bella and Edward’s tortured love story.”

So Li sat down at her piano and wrote “Possibility,” a very maudlin song about love and pain and, ultimately, death. Lots of death. Like we said, she doesn’t operate like most of her pop contemporaries.

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A TOTALLY TWILIGHT HALLOWEEN – ADVICE FROM TWILIGHT LEXICON (WIN STUFF TOO!) There are so many Twilight Halloween things going on right now we thought we’d put them all in one post. Pictured left is one of the really great shots that people sent us last year of their Halloween Twilight style.

First up, if you are trying to dress like a Cullen or other character, Twilight Poison is back again this year with their costume and makeup advice, which got a big thumbs up last year from MTV.

How To Costuming Guide for girls.   How To Costuming Guide for guys.   Makeup tips

OK, so now that you have the look down, what can you do? Answer, enter the costume contest over at His Golden Eyes!

Next up is pumpkin carving. This has really seemed to have taken off in the past few years.

Now that you have mastered pumpkin carving, if your pumpkin is Rob Pattinson themed, you can enter a contest over at MTV’s Hollywood crush.

And last but not least, The Lexicon is sponsoring its own Halloween pumpkin carving contest. Ours isn’t limited to just Rob, or even Twilight. We want pumpkins that depict the entire world of Stephenie Meyer: Twilight, The Host, even Stephenie herself. Send a photo of your World of Stephenie Meyer pumpkin to by 11:59pm est October 24, 2009. We’ll announce the winners on Halloween. We’ll give out prizes from our Cafe Press store to one person in each of  the following categories: Best Book Cover(s), Best Movie Related, and Most Unique.

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www.thefaithfulshipperawards.comFaithful Shipper Awards goal is to highlight authors that are just outside the spotlight. Authors that may have a following, or be in the fringe. Authors who consistently write quality chapters, one shots, and collaborations that just don’t seem to get the readership of other fictions.

  • Place a focus on writers and their works that are less known by the fanfic reading world. We ask that you consider this in your nomination process. 
  • Place a focus on fictions that draw you in, make you forget real life, and can’t wait for an update. We have no limits to reviews, read counts, complete or incomplete. All we ask is that the fictions are faithful in the shipping.
  • To highlight authors and their works that are just outside the spotlight. These authors may have a good following and a good amount of reviews, but are overlooked in other awards. They write quality chapters, one shots, and series that just don’t get the attention they deserve.  Our award season will be bi-annual. The Summer Awards will start Aug 26 (noms) with awards announced October 1.  The Winter Awards will Begin Feb 26 (noms) with awards announced April 2.

Help us show some love to authors whose work you squee like a fangirl over.

Vote here.

FIRST ‘ECLIPSE’ PIC TO BE INCLUDED IN SPECIAL EDITION OF ‘PEOPLE’ MAG We’re halfway through October, which means that the countdown to the November premiere of New Moon. To celebrate, People magazine is dedicating a Special Collector’s Edition in which a behind-the-scenes look at the film is featured.

In addition, the mag features the first picture of Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson as Bella Swan and Edward Cullen, respectively, in the subsequent sequel, Eclipse.

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ASHLEY GREEN TALKS ALICE CULLEN AND  TEAM JACOB VS TEAM EDWARD Ashley Greene – in a new interview with Twilight-Review, discusses her role as Alice Cullen, her favorite scenes, and if she is team Jacob or team Edward. What’s your favorite book in the series?

AG: I’m between New Moon and Eclipse. But I love them all. Are you Team Edward or team Jacob?

AG: Ughhhh… harsh. I really really adore Rob and Edward’s awesome, but I’m Team Jacob. Is just… You gotta love Taylor, he plays an amazing Jacob, so… my heart belongs to him. Hahaha! Do you think you can relate to Alice? What do you admire most about Alice? Where are you most different?

AG: We really look alike. She’s a loyal girl and she loves her family and friends and I’m like that. I would do everything for them. Now… different… hmmm. She has a boyfriend, I don’t. Hahahaha!

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www.examiner.comThe newest addition to the Twitterverse is this: an official Twilight film Twitter page.

For the page’s very first tweet, The Twilight Saga: New Moon‘s director, Chris Weitz took the helm.

From Chris Weitz – Hi! Welcome to the official New Moon twitter account. This is my first ever tweet so be gentle with me.

The second tweet came in the form of information about the official run time for New Moon.

The final run time of The Twilight Saga: New Moon is 2 hours and ten minutes!

Most recently, Weitz tweeted this picture of himself in “[t]he sound mixing stage!”

From Chris Weitz – At sound mixing stage… introducing the werewolves. Trying to get the perfect bass rumble.

You can follow the official Twilight Twitter page here. Also, you can follow the cast and crew’s official Twitter pages here.

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www.examiner.comOn November 19th, theatres nationwide will be showing ‘Twilight’ at 9p.m., perhaps as a refresher just hours before ‘New Moon’ is released on November 20th at midnight. The showings will take place across the country at select AMC theatres.

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