To raise funds for a powerful film project to raise awareness about our war veterans struggling with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Charlie Bewley is hosting a ONCE in a lifetime opportunity for Twilight fans! The chance to spend an entire evening at a small, private bowling party with several of your favorite Twilight stars!!!!!
Charlie Bewley ("Demetri" of the Volturi guard), Daniel Cudmore ("Felix" of the Volturi guard), and Bronson Pelletier ("Jared" of the Wolf Pack) are already confirmed to attend, but there will be ADDITIONAL surprise vampires, as well. There will also be food, drinks, and prizes, as well as BOWLING!
The bowling party will be on Sunday evening, February 2, 2014 (exact time TBA) at the legendary Lucky Strike bowling alley in Hollywood, California.
The number of spots is limited, so reserve your place ASAP! To do that, write a check donation for $250 PER PERSON to Astoria Film Company for their Thunder Road Film fundraising campaign and mail it to:
Astoria Film Company
1145 N Hudson Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90038
*With your check, specify the donation is for the Bowling with Bewley incentive. (Go to ThunderRoadFilm.com to see the details.) Include your name and e-mail address. Please note this donation only covers the Bowling party (food, prizes, bowling), and does not include any of your travel, hotel, etc. expenses.
More about the film project: Charlie is working with his actor pals Steven Grayum and Matt Dallas to create a powerful film to raise awareness about our young war vets coming home and fighting a private battle with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and other side effects of war. This project is extremely important to them, as it should be to all of us who benefit from our soldiers' sacrifices. The bowling party is an incentive for the TWILIGHT fans out there to help support this important and urgent cause.
Please help support this great cause AND party the night away with a bunch of crazy, fun Twilight stars!!
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Sunday, January 13, 2013
The 33rd Annual RAZZIE® Awards In Hollywood, Everything “New” is Old Again — Big Budget B.O. Bombs, Sandler and TWILIGHT #5 Make 2012 RAZZIE® List
WATCH: 33rd Annual RAZZIE® Nominations
Hollywood is reveling in the box office returns for 2012, their biggest money-making year ever. But despite the high-grossing hits, there were way more major misses among the 727 titles released last year – movies based on recycled premises, re-working concepts that were already tired a decade or more ago, and which were the cinematic equivalent of re-treaded tires. Those are the films The Golden Raspberry Awards have been annually dis-honoring since 1980.
Nominees for the 33rd Annual RAZZIE® Awards, satirizing the Worst Achievements in Film for 2012, include several Repeat Offenders, returning for more pie-in-the-face/light-hearted joshing in the one Tinsel Town trophy derby no one wants to win. Adam Sandler is back, following up his record-setting 2011 RAZZIE® “winner” JACK & JILL with an even more off-putting “family comedy,” THAT’S MY BOY. Focused on a scofflaw dad who fathered (then abandoned) a son with his 7th grade teacher, BOY amassed a total of 8 nominations, including Worst Picture and Worst Actor for Sandler himself – while also grossing about half what JACK & JILL did. But Sandler’s misfire was topped by the final chapter in a franchise which has reliably racked up RAZZIE® nominations year- after-year: TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN PART 2 (or as RAZZIE® Wags call it, TWILIGHT: S.B.D. #2). The ultimate installment of the inexplicably successful series focuses on Shirtless Werewolf Jacob and his creepy relationship with the daughter of Sparkly Vampire Edward and Gloomy Goth Gal Bella. Together, the four face a final showdown that will determine the fate of Romantic-But-Boring Monsters everywhere. TWILIGHT #5 collected a total of 11 nominations, from only 10 categories. In addition to being up for Worst Picture and earning nominations for all 3 of its principal “actors,” it is also the first film ever to get dual Worst Screen Couple RAZZIE® nods, one for Edward & Bella and one for Jason & the child Renesmee (who share an onscreen relationship fraught with inappropriate overtones). In addition to TWILIGHT S.B.D. #2 and THAT’S MY BOY, Worst Picturenominees for 2012 include: The bazillion-dollar board-game-based box office blunder BATTLESHIP, the latest career-killing comedy from Eddie Murphy, A THOUSAND WORDS (which spent four years moldering in Paramount’s film vaults beforescoring a “Perfect ZERO” Rating at RottenTomatoes.com) and the lowest- grossing nationwide release of all time, THE OOGIELOVES IN BIG BALLOON ADVENTURE (which made a microscopic $47 per theatre on its opening night last August).
Read more here: Razzies
Read more here: Razzies
As the final chapter in “The Twilight Saga,” the movie brought back Cudmore, Bewley, and the rest of the cast from the earlier films, along with introducing a host of new faces in order to give the fan-favorite franchise a fitting send-off. And with Bewley and Cudmore in Toronto to promote the series one last time, Moviefone sat down to talk to the Volturi enforcers about the phenomenon and their role in it, those passionate fans, and possible spin-offs.
So I know there's already been some talk about potential spin-offs. Is there a chance we're going to see a Felix and Demetri spin-off?
Charlie Bewley: I would love to see a little bit more of us. I don't think there's any problem in saying this now, I think the last movie opens up the audience to what the world of “Twilight” is, and the massive potential that there is lying out there… I just don't think these fans have had enough, they just haven't. They don't know what to do with themselves now. I've spoken to fans and [they're] like, “We don't know what we're going to do after the last one comes out because there's nothing to look forward to!”
Bewley: Of course, they'll get together and have their little parties and stuff--
Daniel Cudmore: Tattoo you on their bodies.
Bewley: On their butts. But you know if Summit or Lionsgate were to say, we're gonna do a spin-off, whether it's the Denalis or the Volturi, or even the wolf pack, and it's gonna come out in 2015, there would be like a fervent hoarding towards merchandise, towards these movies, what the possible plots are. They don't need me to tell them from an actor's perspective. All it needs really is a yes or no from [Twilight creator] Stephenie [Meyer].