In celebration of this blessed day, (Robert's 24th birthday), our 1000th post and reaching over 3000 twitter followers we are happy to announce a Worldwide Competition.
It's very simple to enter...
All you have to do is send us your favourite picture of Robert ...or Rob as any of the characters he has played....(Edward, Tyler, Daniel, Art, Cedric, etc.,) to email@example.com along with your name & country you're from and if you're on Twitter send us your twitter name too.
Lorri, Mel and I will pick a bunch of favourite pictures from your entries and you will win some of the fab New Moon merch. we have stashed away for this.
We have Blu-Ray New Moon Dvds, normal New Moon Dvds, Edward / New Moon Posters, Key rings, bookmarks, and much more to give away.
Competition is open today and will remain open until Saturday 22nd May.
This competition is open to everyone, worldwide. Only one entry per person will be accepted. All details as per the 'sample email' must be completed in order for entry to be accepted. Judges decision is final. Prizes will be distributed fairly and evenly. Blu-Ray dvds are viewable in all countries. Entries must be received by 12 midnight (GMT) on Saturday 22nd May. You do not have to be on twitter to enter but if you are please supply your twitter name.
The Motion Picture Association of America's Classification and Ratings Administration released their weekly ratings bulletin this morning, which included a rating for the highly anticipated third part of The Twilight Saga.
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse received a PG-13 rating for "intense sequences of action and violence, and some sensuality." Both Twilight and New Moon were PG-13 as well, but for slightly different, and somewhat telling, reasons: Twilight garnered its rating due to "some violence and a scene of sensuality," while New Moon earned it for "some violence and action."
Confirming what the most recent trailer suggested, Eclipse's rating indicates that the action quotient has been ramped up compared to the first two movies. It appears that Eclipse's marketing will try to build on this in order to attract action-seeking males who have been unmoved by Edward and Bella's love story up to this point. At the very least, more action may serve to make the movie more tolerable for the males that are dragged to see Eclipse.