BY Kellie Galentine
on Oct 07, 2015
Twihards are getting a special 10-year anniversary treat from Stephenie Meyer: a gender-swapped version of the original "Twilight" novel. The "Twilight" series, which has sold more than 150 million copies world wide and caused multiple cases of hyperventilation-level fandom, now stars Beau (boy Bella) and Edythe (girl Edward) in Life and Death: Twilight Reimagined.
Meyer told Good Morning America that she rewrote the genders of the characters to challenge the "damsel in distress" assumptions made about Bella's character. Read More
Love it or hate it, you can't avoid Twilight. Last night, I joined several other BUSTies (and about a million swooning girls) for a midnight screening of round two of my favorite teen vampire drama. To sum up -- it was AMAZING.
If you're going to sit through a two-hour-long angsty teen drama, there's no better way to do it than with tons of screaming teenagers and their mothers. I haven't heard so much squealing at an event since the Backstreet Boys concert I went to in seventh grade. They screamed when the lights went down. Read More