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South African fans have a chance to win a Volvo C30. Just like the one Edward drive in Twilight .
The Sunday Times, The Times and http://www.timeslive.co.za in partnership with Nu Metro Films, M-Net and Volvo are giving you the chance to win your very own VOLVO C30 as driven by Edward in Twilight.
The image is from the Volvo – Lost In Forks contest .
Steamy Remember Me Stills !!
Holy Crow !!
Rob all wet in the shower …. * ______________dead now *
Looking at these two pics, we can safely say that Emilie de Ravin wasn’t lying when she told MTV News last month that she and Rob hit it off right away. “I flew to New York to test with Rob and we immediately got along and had instant great chemistry, which is not an easy thing to come by,” she said. “Obviously you’re acting, but you want to have that connection with somebody. We had it.”
Though we love seeing Rob in a plaid shirt getting, you know, frisky on a bed, we have to admit this second image might be our favorite. It’s nice seeing him let loose for a role — it’s a welcome change from his polite and guarded Edward Cullen ways. When it comes to Emilie, on the other hand, we have to wonder how many pieces of sexy lingerie she had to try on to make this scene work!
New Remember Me Pics
Starve A Vampire, Give Blood!
Every minute of every day, someone needs blood. That blood can only come from a volunteer donor, a person like you who makes the choice to donate. There is no substitute for your donation.
We are teaming forcing with Twilight, True Blood and Vampire Diaries fans all over the U.S.A. to have a national Starve a Vampire, Give Blood Campaign. With so many Vampire fans all over and knowing we can make a difference if we all join forces, we can make this drive really count for people that need blood every day.
The Campaign will run form March 1st-14th. You can either give blood on this day or make an appointment to give blood. Shelf life for Blood is only 42 days, so spreading this campaign out seems to be a right choice. After talking to the Red Cross, O- blood is highly needed.
Source : In the land of fantasy
Pierce Brosnan Praises Rob
Pierce Brosnan has nothing but praise for his Remember Me costar Robert Pattinson. The former James Bond star tells Parade magazine Pattinson, 23, gives a “fantastic performance” in the drama.
Brosnan adds. “I know it’s tough for Robert to cope with that kind of attention. I’ve been there and I sympathize with him, but I think he’s handling it quite well. I think that, so far, he’s got it under control.”
“The movie ‘Remember Me’ is really, really well done by Robert.”- Pierce Brosnan
The actor was all praise for the new teenage sensation Pattinson and the way he is handling his new-found fame, an article in Irishcentral claims. The website quotes Brosnan as saying, “With Robert Pattinson, I have watched this young lad really acquit himself very gracefully.
“He’s doing allright with the pressure. He knows what to do and how to do it. It’s a bit overwhelming for him at times. I mean he really did enter into the vortex of fame with the speed of a flame. So I think he’s got it in control. The movie ‘Remember Me’ is really, really well done by Robert.”
Brosnan was also impressed with the way the Twilight lad is handling his career and with his choice of films. Knowing full well how one charismatic character can get you branded for life and how difficult it is to break out of that popular image, he thinks Pattz has shown signs of remarkable maturity in the way he is trying to shed the Edward Cullen mantle even before the series is over.
Stupid Shiny Volvo
“All these teenagers were going crazy about the C30,” says Carmelo Scalzo, general manager of Volvo of Oak Park. “After the movie launched, we saw this spike in C30 sales. We didn’t know what had happened until we put two and two together.”
But for some, just seeing one is enough.
“I have people coming in with their kids who are taking pictures with the cars,” say Pat Hubert, general manager of Fields Volvo in Highland Park. “These are younger kids, probably 12 or 13 years old. Their parents say they’ll come back when they’re older.”