>> Twilight Thursdays! Vol. 2, Issue 46

Twilight Thursdays! Vol. 2, Issue 46

If you’re in NYC, be sure not to miss the Twilight Musical! It’s a parody musical that will be performed ONE NIGHT ONLY! January 16th, 2012.  Here’s a sneak peek!

All proceeds will be donated to charity!


For just $29.95 you can reenact your own Twilight wedding! Barbie Collector will release a Wedding Bella & Wedding Edward doll! I’m a little disappointed by the dress. It’s not nearly as stunning. Edward looks dead & in pain, but I suppose that’s true to his character. {TwiCrack Addict}

I wonder if they’ll do pregnant-near-death Bella & a little Renesemee doll?



IF you want to see what Twilight dolls can really look like, check out these hand painted Tonner dolls! Just amazing!


The Quileute people are redirecting the spotlight they’ve received from the Twilight Saga franchise and shining it on their heritage.  If you’re in Washington, D.C. you should definitely check this out & learn the real history of the Quileute people!

An exhibit of 23 Quileute artworks intended to debunk the tall tales of tribal heritage told in the Twilight saga, will open at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian this week.

“Behind the Scenes: The Real Story of the Quileute Wolves” will open in the Sealaska Gallery on the National Mall at Fourth Street and Independence Avenue SW in Washington, D.C., Friday and be on view through May 9.

Wolves are an important part of Quileute legend.

But werewolves — as depicted in Stephenie Meyer’s popular daydream set on the West End — never were part of the LaPush tribe’s heritage.

According to oral traditions, the first Quileute people were changed from a pair of wolves into human form by the Transformer, Kwati.

Because of the creation legend, wolf imagery is prominent in Quileute art, and to this day, the tribe continues to enact masked dances to honor the original supernatural connection to wolves.

Also on display will be a time line of Quileute history and a 12-minute looped video that presents interviews with tribal members and teens as they describe the effect of the “Twilight” films in their own words.

Replicas of items used in the “Twilight” films include a paddle necklace worn by the character Emily portrayed by actor Tinsel Korey, a traditional Quileute hand drum that hangs in Emily’s house, a shell necklace of Olivella shells that was on the wall of her house and the dream catcher that Jacob gives to Bella as a gift.

{Washington Post}


TwiFUN Time!

Dan Radcliffe knows his Twilight!



“Water for Elephants” won last night’s People’s Choice Award and Rob Pattinson accepted!

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Thanks again for joining me on another Twilight Thursday! Click back next Thursday for all of your Twilight news, views, theories, PicSpam, & videos!

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