Emma Roberts may have opted to delete her Twitter account (R.I.P.) after announcing her allegiance to Team Jacob, and Christopher Mintz-Plasse drew some Twitter hate that he was forced to respond to today after attempting to make a joke about the situation.

Another team you don't want to mess with right now is the Los Angeles Lakers. They took home this year's NBA championship honors last night, and some fans in their home city decided to tear some streets up in celebration. Find out what Twitter-Wood thought about that and what Lindsay Lohan's iPad artwork looks like after the jump.

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by Jill Pantozzi

The hardcover version of Stephenie Meyer’s fourth “Twilight” installment, “Breaking Dawn,” clocks in at a whopping 756 pages. So when the official announcement came earlier this week that the film adaptation would be split in two no one was really all that surprised.

We all know Hollywood will milk properties for all they're worth and anything involving “Twilight” is worth a lot. But what does this mean for the fans? After hearing the news some sighed in relief, most screamed with pleasure while others might have peed their pants a little.

What do they want to know most? Where the heart-stopping cliffhanger will occur in Part One. Screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg knows where she’d like it to happen. Read More...

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In August, "Twilight" star Kristen Stewart will head to Montreal to shoot an adaptation of the Jack Kerouac novel "On the Road," under the direction of Walter Salles. It's a challenging undertaking; the book, while an exceptional product of the Beat Generation, is a heavy read. Honoring it properly in film is going to be no easy task, but Stewart told MTV's Josh Horowitz during last weekend's "Eclipse" press junket that she is up for the challenge.

"I'm really nervous, like honestly and genuinely really nervous about it, but... not in a bad way," she explained. "People think nerves are a bad thing. I love them. They get you ready to do something big. I'm stoked." Read More...

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Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner collaborated in their first non-"Twilight" project together for the 2010 MTV Movie Awards: Les Grossman production "Bad-Ass Cops." Sure, it was meant as a parody and it's never going to be a real thing. But at least one element of that trailer was real: the flamethrower wielded by Pattinson. Hear it straight from the man himself in the below video.

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The Xbox 360's motion control system previously known as Project Natal received its proper name "Kinect" at E3 on Sunday night. Both James Gunn and Felicia Day were on the front lines getting a look at Microsoft's presentation there and tweeted their reactions.

Back in movie land, "Eclipse" is the big presetation that Twilight followers are paying attention to right now. The increase in the cast's tweeting activity over the last week seems to indicate that they know they're being watched. Peter Facinelli and director David Slade were even kind enough to share some pictures from their travels. You can have a look at those after the jump. There, you'll also find out who's been hanging out with Coheed and Cambria and see who wore a triceratops dress to the "Toy Story 3" premiere.

It's all documented in Twitter-Wood for June 14, 2010. Read More...

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I don't really know how to diplomatically describe what Robert Pattinson is talking about in the below video. Other than to say that MTV Movies managing editor Josh Horowitz asks him about his favorite piece of oddball "Twilight"-branded merchandise. It's something that glitters, but let's face it: the best "Twi" swag is the stuff that glitters. So go ahead and hit play, hear it from the man himself...

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Whaddya know? Robert Pattinson and I have something in common! Neither of us has read "Breaking Dawn," the final chapter in Stephenie Meyer's "Twilight" series! Surprising, right?

Fear not, Twilighters. You can bet that he'll read it before filming for the two-part series finale gets underway. For now though, he can only ponder what will be with those movies.

"I'm glad they're shooting them together at least, because I think that'll just be easier, doing it all in one," Pattinson said in a weekend interview with MTV's Josh Horowitz, at the "Eclipse" press junket. "The only thing I know about it is the famous scene, the Cesarean scene. I do not envy Bill Condon to have to think of a way to do that." Read More...

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"Eclipse" isn't out until June 30. That's a hella long time from now if you're a "Twilight" fan -- certainly not as long as the wait to the November 2011 release of "Breaking Dawn" -- but I'll bet you'd rather not wait even one more day for "Eclipse," let alone 19.

Well this won't cure what ails you, but it will definitely fill the void for a little while. What we have here is the latest "Twilight" parody from the funny folks at Evil Iguana Productions. Is 8 minutes of not-"Twilight" enough? It's going to have to be. Enjoy!

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The past 24 hours -- really, 12 hours -- have brought with them a rash of everyone-knew-it-was-coming breaking news. Let's start with the most nuclear bit: "Breaking Dawn," the final chapter in Stephenie Meyer's "Twlight" series, will be split into two movies. The first one is still set for a November 2011 release and the follow-up will arrive at a still-unspecified date.

It has long been rumored that the split would happen. Cast member have even explicitly address the possibility, and on numerous occasions. For many Twilighters, it was a foregone conclusion that "Breaking Dawn" would be split. And so the news should come as no surprise to anyone.

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"Twilight" put in an expectedly great performance at Sunday night's MTV Movie Awards. It's a fan-driven voting process and... well... a lot of y'all are bona fide Twilighters. So the stars all came out, a new "Eclipse" clip was revealed and "New Moon" swept every category it was nominated in.

It's rare that you get all of those "Twilight" actors in one place, so you've got to take advantage of the situation when you do. MTV's massive LA Movie Awards team was on the case, talking to everyone about "Eclipse" and what they're most looking forward to seeing. Want to know? Find out after the jump! Read More...

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