Can’t get enough vampires? Ready to give your right arm to be with Edward?Acting like a danger magnet but to no avail? It seems like a long wait from now until December, but hold out, Twilighters! Over at the official website for the Twilight film adaptation, they have launched this awesome little widget to keep you company:
The anticipation for Catherine Hardwicke’s Twilight is incredibly high, with fans even more dedicated than Potterheads. Starring in the movie are Robert Pattinson as Edward (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire) and Kristen Stewart as Bella (Into the Wild). This latest fantasy-series-turned-film-franchise has fans from all around the world ready to hit theaters now. Since that really isn’t an option, the best the filmmakers and production team can do is keep fans appeased with exciting interviews, behind-the-scenes clips, and fun computer gadgetry like this widget that can deliver e-cards, show exclusive videos, stills, official images, and information about the cast and crew
The widget is about the size of a baseball card, with a dark forest background.It is available for sharing and displaying on personal websites and blogs.With principal photography completed and post-production under way, more first looks and special treats for the fans are sure to follow.
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