Even though I may have missed Hump Day....Well, hellllooooo Bicepsward!
One curious thing....
I finally got around to reading my copy of the June 22nd issue of Entertainment Weekly
which featured Breaking Dawn Part 2. The final words of the article describing the climax of the movie have me intrigued, and forgive me if this has already been discussed in my absence....Team Twilight says that the resulting scenes were worth the effort, and we'll take them at their word. They also say there's some kind of visual valentine to fans in the closing moments. Pattinson, who's seen a rough cut of the film, found himself surprisingly moved. "The end is so sweet. There's this nice finality to it," he says. "Everyone who was watching started crying. It does a serious justice to the series."
Stewart emphatically agrees. "Bill decided to do this really f---ing amazing thing at the very end," she says. The fans are going to go nuts." No doubt. On November 16, pandemonium comes to a theater near you.
Of course Kristen couldn't resist dropping the F-bomb.
Any thoughts about what the aforementioned scenes might be? Could it be some sort of montage from the previous movies, previously deleted scenes, or an epilogue of sorts....from years down the road? What exactly do they mean by "visual valentine"?Sean~
I'm sorry that your work has been somewhat strange and rather boring...at least you're being paid to read your book, as someone else here mentioned.
If you're bored, would you consider asking if they had any other tasks you could complete, since it seems they don't really have enough work for you? I hope you get some rest tonight.Lynne~
Thanks for sharing the link to your new fanfic; I hope to check it out soon. It sounds very intriguing, and I've always loved the ending of New Moon--from the reunion scene forward. Are you still in the editing process for your book, or is that mostly complete? Caryn~
Thanks for the link to the new Cosmopolis trailer. Is it tentatively being released in the U.S. in early August? It's a tribute to Gisela and the fandom that people seem to have come together so postively in support of her family. I wonder if there will be any sort of public acknowledgement of her at Comic Con this week? We've had a break in the hot weather with temps in the 80's since Monday, as well as some much needed rain. Unfortunately, it seems this rain may be "too little, too late" for saving a few of our shrubs, which have not fared well in this extreme summer weather. I hope your area finally gets some rain this weekend. Love, love, love Daniel Gale!Missp~
I'm glad to hear you're receiving much needed rain in your area too. We actually had temps in the comfortable low 80's today and I made a point to walk outdoors with a couple of patients during their therapy sessions in these very tolerable temps. Keeping fingers crossed and sending prayers and thoughts your way for your Momma's good health and recovery without another neck surgery. Don't apologize for wanting to go on your beach trip. I'm sure it goes a long way towards helping your maintain your sanity with those new fifth graders each year.
Thanks for letting us know you heard from Ginnie
...I've been wondering how she is doing. Keep us posted on the doctor's news about your Momma.Brenda~
I'm loving your more regular posting schedule, and am amazed that you fit it in with four kids, hubs, a career, exercise, etc. What an inspiration you are to the harried and scatterbrained working Mom like myself!
We'll keep your niece in our thoughts and prayers for success with the outpatient recovery program. What you and Caryn
mentioned about Hawaii reminded of my cousin (who also lived in Hawaii), and whom I've mentioned here on the thread. He was twenty-seven years old and was a good looking, fun-loving, and charismatic guy. Unfortunately, he succumbed to a difficult battle with alcoholism, the side effects of which killed him just before Christmas of last year. He had loving family who offered him their unconditional love and support through the years, but he just couldn't seem to fully accept their help and chase away those demons. Kudos to your niece for realizing she can't do it alone, and asking for the help she needs to survive this terrible addiction. Amy~
I'm glad to hear you and your boys are enjoying your active summer. I rarely make posts on weekends any time of the year because I'm busier with hubs and the kids then, and can more easily sneak in my regular posts during late hours on weeknights when the house is quiet. We certainly did drool over that specific Cosmopolis scene you mentioned in Chicago.
Remember your Mom's "speechless" reaction and how we all cracked up?
Remember when Eric put his finger in her mouth? PG-13 thread, PG-13 thread, Tracy mumbles to herself. Christina~
I'm so sorry about the issues with your car, and all the insurance red tape you must wade through to get to the other side. That's always such a pain in the rear and I'm sorry if that put a damper on your trip to Chicago. Good luck with the final repairs and keep us posted on your progress.Suzan~
Lovely Robcrack you've posted recently. How do you shrink the pictures so they can be posted directly? My technically unsavvy self thanks you in advance for your response.
I'm glad to hear that things are settled down a bit with the roommates, and hopefully will stay that way. No, Cosmopolis hasn't been released in the States and isn't expected here until early August, if I recall correctly. Marielle~
I'm sorry things seem a bit out of sorts for you with stress, pain, and just generally not feeling well. I think your siblings gave some great suggestions like yoga and alternative medicines. Would counseling be beneficial to you at all, to help deal with the stress? Good luck with the house hunting, and keep us posted on any upcoming employment opportunities.