Charlie is such a DILF.
I hope you know Edward from Emmett and Embry from Emily.
We Used AI To Show What "Twilight" Characters Would Look Like In Real Life Based On The Books, And Emmett Looks Incredibly Huggable
Finally, here's the Carlisle we deserved.
Laurent's faux dreads still haunt my dreams.
If you forgot Leah Clearwater, I'm giving up on you.
Stephenie Meyer thought one scene in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse "was not Bella at all."
Let's settle these with a friendly debate.
If You Can Identify 30/36 Of These Blurry "Twilight" Characters, You're Absolutely Obsessed With The Series
Get ready to squint unless you have vampire vision.
I'd still be Team Edward regardless.
“Bella! Where the hell have you been, loca!”
If You've Had A "Twilight" Phase, There's A Good Chance You're Going To Ace This Vampire Trivia Quiz
We all know they sparkle, but there's a lot more nuance than that.
Kellan Lutz accidentally punched Jackson Rathbone in the head during a fight scene, and Jackson had to go to the hospital for a concussion.
In this essay I will...
If you're a vampire with enhanced vision, this is gonna be super easy.
Vampires never age, right?
The "Twilight" Saga Ended Almost 9 Years Ago, So I'll Be Impressed If You Can Remember Which Song Played During Each Scene
Try not to focus on Edward *too much*
"Hold on tight, spider monkey."
Are we just not gonna talk about the fact that Jasper was a CONFEDERATE SOLDIER?
Hold on tight, spider monkey.
We've gotta at least agree on Toy Story 2.
I just want to talk, Stephanie.
You can phone a friend, but make sure your friend is a Twihard.
Let's see if you can answer these questions about the hit franchise.
The eclipse was visible on much of the Earth, except North and Central America, and lasted for nearly four hours Friday, with totality lasting for one hour, 42 minutes, and 57 seconds.
"Best eclipse ever!"
Millions of eclipse chasers hit the road on Monday, with traffic peaking after the event was over.
This is some judicial-level trolling.
Didn't make it outside? We got you.
The president of the United States was handed protective glasses to wear for the remainder of his time spent staring at the sun.
Do we really have to do this?