Because Twilight still isn't blatantly female-oriented enough of a vampire tale for some folk, Saoirse Ronan and Gemma Arterton are attached to star in a mother-daughter vampire story called Byzantium. Set to be directed by Interview with the Vampire's Neil Jordan from a script by Moira Buffini, the film is described as "the story of a mother vampire who turns her own daughter into a vampire and the pair form a lethal partnership, sometimes posing as sisters," which sounds like just the perfect thing to relax with after you and mom spend all day picking out matching outfits at Forever 21. Or at least it's good enough to tide you over until someone thinks to do Sex and the City with draculas (someone will think of this tomorrow).
Saoirse Ronan is poised to become a big thing once Stephenie Meyer's new Twilight-but-with-aliens saga, The Host, hits theaters. But like Meyer, she's isn't making it there without first slogging through some painful vampire romance--a requirement she's apparently fulfilled wit... / Continue →
Just in time for celebrating commercialized, painfully-scripted romance, here's a new trailer for Twilight author Stephenie Meyer's latest commercialized, painfully-scripted romance, The Host.
In case you've forgotten since the last trailer, the Andrew Niccol's adaptation invo... / Continue →
Though Stephenie Meyer's Twilight saga is drawing to a close, fear not, the author is not leaving us without some thinly-realized teen romance draped limply over genre fiction. Having written all the erotic passages she could about sparkling skin, Meyer has moved on to sparklin... / Continue →