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Older-Person Mag Discovers The Beauties Of Twilight: Eclipse

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The median age of the Vanity Fair reader is 40; the mag's fans are well-educated. So between the media frenzy and the TwiMom phenomenon, the chance that someone reading VF has heard of Twilight is pretty high. It's weird though:

The accompanying video is okay — you get to meet the new lady werewolf and hear Dakota Fanning talk about how much she loves acting — but there's little to no information about the new Twilight: Eclipse movie in the short piece over on Unless you count this:

Ashley Greene, who plays psychic vampire Alice, anticipates success: "You don't have to be psychic to know how this movie's going to do," she says. "Obviously, it's going to be a hit."


A Twilight flick is gonna be a hit? Earth-shattering!

The ladies do look pretty, though.

Ashley Greene on Twilight's Eclipse: "Obviously, It's Going to Be a Hit" [Vanity Fair]
Vanity Fair's Twilight American Beauties [Thompson On Hollywood]


[Image by Norman Jean Roy for Vanity Fair.]

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That is a godawful photo. I can't tell who anyone is and they look like mannequins. They don't look pretty, they look like Barbie's thrown onto the floor by a careless child. They look like aliens.