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Originally posted 11/21/2013 08:30AM
Do you have a hankering for mushroom ravioli?
Do you wish there were more red Chevys on the road?
Does your perfect boyfriend wear body glitter and tons of beige?
If so, you're going through Twilight withdrawal. For the first time in five years, there is no new Twilight film debuting just in time for the holidays. That's right, the first Twilight, which introduced us to Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and the word "spider monkey" as a term of endearment, premiered five years ago on November 21, 2008.
Much has happened in the half a decade since, including the rise and fall of Robsten's off-screen romance, and the adaptation of The Hunger Games novels, effectively changing the debate from Edward vs. Jacob to Peeta vs. Gale. Which is why there's no better time than now to pay tribute to the sparkliest of all vampires in the now vampire-laden pop culture universe (Jonathan Rhys Meyers, you're so 2000-and-late). Here are the top takeaways we made from The Twilight Saga:
Originally posted 11/10/2013 08:00PM
It's dark out already?
If you were too busy making the best of what's left after daylight savings time, here's what you missed this weekend:
Originally posted 11/08/2013 04:15PM
Don't jump to conclusions when it comes to Robert Pattinson's dating life. Although he spent time with Kristen Stewart less than a week ago, it appears that he may still be romancing model Dylan Penn.
The two were spotted getting cozy at the Spare Room in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel on Wednesday night to celebrate Angie Banicki's travel memoir, 30 Before 30: Traveling Under the Influence.
"The two chatted and flirted inside," an onlooker told PEOPLE. "They were a little cautious, making sure people noticed they did not come together."
Jackson Rathbone Proves He's the Unsung Hero of Twilight and More of the Most Important Random Things Online
Originally posted 11/01/2013 06:00PM
There's a lot more to Twilight than Edward and Bella.
Jackson Rathbone's gilded smirk and arched eyebrow was secretly the best part of the hit vampire series. I mean, have you heard him say "Possibly" in Breaking Dawn? It's great! Anyway, he ate yogurt on YouTube this week (no, really!), poked a little fun at the franchise and proved that yes, Virginia, emo vampires do have a sense of humor.
Plus: Neil Patrick Harris and fiancé David Burtka could not be any cuter with their kids, Pete Wentz got his Miley on (sort of) and more of the most important random things online.
Originally posted 10/26/2013 10:30AM
Karaoke + Alcohol = Magic.
Especially when the people doing the singing are Katy Perry and Robert Pattinson.
A 2008 video of the pals' duet on Boyz II Men's hit "I'll Make Love to You" has just surfaced – and it's hilarious.
In the almost 90-second video, the pair, who were reportedly celebrating a mutual friend's birthday at Dimples, a Burbank karaoke bar, start off in separate chairs but at one point Perry, 28, decides that her chair is "too high to make love" and climbs onto the Twilight star's lap.
Originally posted 10/09/2013 09:00AM
It's a safe bet Sheila Hafsadi turned many a head when she walked down the aisle all dressed in white to marry Twilight alum Jackson Rathbone.
But the groom, 28, stole at least some of the show in his own eye-catching tartan tux he rocked during the Sept. 29 nuptials.
In a series of Alison Dyer-snapped photos released exclusively to PEOPLE, the newlyweds blended tradition with their trailblazing ways for their carnival-themed big day, which had 150 guests (including former costar Nikki Reed, who was in the wedding party) flocking to the Saddle Peak Lodge in Calabasas, Calif.
"It was a magical, emotional day filled with friends, family, balloons, popcorn, magic, and even a sword swallower! We are blessed in love and life and are so very thankful for our families coming together. It was our perfect day," Rathbone tells PEOPLE exclusively.
Originally posted 10/01/2013 06:30PM
Jackson Rathbone is a married man.
The former Twilight actor, 28, wed Sheila Hafsadi on Sunday in Los Angeles, his rep confirms to PEOPLE.
"It was a small wedding," a source says. "There were about 150 [guests]."
"We are both spontaneous people. I wouldn't say we are bohemian, but we are both artistic," Rathbone told PEOPLE of meeting Hafsadi in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. in 2011. He had been playing a show with his former band, 100 Monkeys, when he saw her working at the venue next door.
Originally posted 08/07/2013 06:00AM
In town for Lollapalooza festivities, Kellan Lutz stopped by Miami lounge in Chicago, where he was able to sneak in some downtime with his brothers and close pals.
Lutz and his crew immediately made their way to the Barefoot Wine & Bubbly bar where they "quickly started chatting up several adoring ladies who were professing their love," a source tells PEOPLE.
"The actor talked to the girls about his upcoming Expendables 3 role and even did an impression of his costar, Arnold Schwarzenegger."
Originally posted 06/07/2013 06:00AM
Guests at an event in West Hollywood were in for a rare treat from Nikki Reed and hubby, Paul McDonald on Tuesday night.
The former Twilight actress and American Idol alum performed three co-written acoustic songs at Erik Wahl's UNthink: Rediscover Your Creative Genius book launch, where Reed couldn't keep her eyes off her man while they were on stage.
"At the event, they talked about how they have polar opposite pre-performance rituals," a partygoer tells PEOPLE. "He's a 'rock 'n' roller' who drinks whiskey. And she isn't much of a drinker, so she just meditates and takes deep breaths before going on stage."
Originally posted 05/15/2013 04:20PM
Two months after losing her beloved fox terrier in an apartment fire, Twilight's Ashley Greene has found a surefire way to move forward with her loss: shifting her focus to helping others.
"Obviously, I've had a rough few months, but I'm doing okay," she tells PEOPLE. "I'm exploring new opportunities, and I try to participate in charity events as much as possible."
"It's very important to me to focus on others, not just myself. You look at children with cancer and you think, 'Wow, it really puts my own problems into perspective.' Not to say that what we all go through isn't important, but there are people who have much greater problems that they deal with every day."
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