Not everyone on “Team Edward” was excited when their beloved Robert Pattinson announced his role as Emilie de Ravin’s on-screen love interest in his new romantic drama, “Remember Me” - out March 12.
Some “Twilight” fans even decided to boycott the movie. And it wasn’t because they didn’t want to watch their favorite Brit heat up the big screen for approximately 128 minutes.
But when Summit Entertainment tweeted February 18, “The #EclipseTrailer will play with REMEMBER ME in theatres on March 12!” “Twilight” fans began whistling to a different tune.
Remember that squirrel Conan O'Brien interviewed in his backyard yesterday? It, too, now has a Twitter account.
He - or she, the gender isn't disclosed - tweeted in response to O'Brien, "I thought the interview went really well!"
The squirrel managed to do this from O'Brien's backyard, and, judging by his bio, is happy to have "finally landed that interview."
Paula Abdul hasn’t really discussed “American Idol" since the new season began.
Unless, perhaps, you read more into the tweets sent out via her Twitter account.
The perky former “Idol” judge often uses Twitter to communicate with her fans, and she turned to the social networking site to announce when she and the show couldn’t reach an agreement to bring her back for season nine.
All those rumors about Aerosmith replacing legendary frontman Steven Tyler have turned out to be untrue, according to a press release announcing the band's upcoming European tour.
"Back by popular demand with more spit and fire than ever before, we're coming across the pond and parting the waters as we go," Tyler said in the statement.
Certainly this moment is met by a sigh of relief for music fans, because just a few months ago, it appeared as though one of the most iconic bands in the industry was falling apart.
Happy birthday, Johnny Cash. And congratulations, Louie Sulcer.
In a press release, Apple announced today that its iTunes Store had topped 10 billion song purchases and downloads. (Seems like only yesterday it was hitting 1 billion.) The 10 billionth song was Johnny Cash's "Guess Things Happen That Way," an early Cash song from his album "Sings the Songs That Made Him Famous," and it was purchased by Sulcer, of Woodstock, Georgia. (By coincidence, Cash would have celebrated his 78th birthday tomorrow.)
For his impeccable timing (and, it must be added, terrific taste), Sulcer will receive a $10,000 iTunes gift card. FULL POST
In our continued watch of "Celebrities Joining Twitter 2010," we've received word that the dolphin-smooching, out-of-work Conan O'Brien is the latest to sign up.
With the simple Twitter handle of "ConanOBrien," the former late night talk show host has tweeted just once, but already has more than 245,000 followers at the time of this posting.
O'Brien, who has laid fairly low since he left "The Tonight Show" in late January, informed Twitter users yesterday that he's exhibiting a few symptoms of withdrawal.
"Today I interviewed a squirrel in my backyard and then threw to commercial," he tweeted. "Somebody help me."
Even his bio is a characteristically self-deprecating: "I had a show. Then I had a different show. Now I have a Twitter account."
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