DudeRocksTheTwilight wrote:I agree Jenna.
Rob didn't make it big. The director's are looking for "hot" guys so girls come and watch, but that's not what it's about. The main fanbase for Twilight Movie came from the books.
edwardsblossom wrote:Party? What party XD I'm so out of the loop.
If Bella had been a vampire originally instead of just human, do you think, if Edward had met her that way (but still in Forks High School), that he would have fell in love with her as he did in the book?
debussygirl wrote:^^Actually, I disagree that Rob made Twilight big.
People read the books and (naturally) became obsessed over them. Other people wanted to know what the heck they were screaming about, so they saw it too. That's what really made it big. Those movie people are just fooling themselves.
debussygirl wrote:^^Actually brunetterebel010 posted it.
Dovrebanen, I do agree that Rob draws in a crowd. But I think that it's a relatively small crowd. He certainly doesn't harm the people coming in, that's for sure.
I like that they're making Edward visual for the movie, just because as a movie I think it'll work better than just audio. But I think that Bella shouldn't be able to see Edward, like he should be behind her or something. The only time she should visualize him is when she jumps off the cliff.
edwardsblossom wrote:If Bella had been a vampire originally instead of just human, do you think, if Edward had met her that way (but still in Forks High School), that he would have fell in love with her as he did in the book?
JenTheWriter wrote:debussygirl wrote:^^
Among Twilighters Rob didn't make it big. But for those who had never read the books before Rob drew them in. I got sucked in to see what all the hype is about. And really the whole Rob-thing isn't my words, it's what the magazines are saying. I agree with it a little bit, but anyone who reads the books knows it's the story...
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