Monday, September 14, 2009

Holy Frigging Crap!

Could I BE more excited?

I think I may have just peed my pants a little.


Tammy said...

Cool, but OMG why?

Mary Beth said...

Okay, New Moon was my least favorite of the books but now I'm all excited to see the movie!

Courtney said...

I saw the preview last night on the VMA's, and my husband was like "ummm don't you have that movie?" I just gave him "that" look. NO totally different movie. lol, So excited!

lime said...

kegels are important after giving birth ;)

hehehe, couldn't resist. sorry.

wright said...

Have you seen the extended version of the trailer? There are a few extra little scenes (one in the cafeteria and one of Edward).

Jaimie Kylene said...

whoa! i hadn't seen that. totally just made my day!

Tammy said...

Couldn't open this at it now. dah

Cassie said...

This preview looks a lot better than the other ones I've seen!

Kelly said...

I saw that the other day on Facebook and can't stop watching it! I"m so excited to see it!

Emily said...

I KNOW! I can't hardly stand the wait!

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

This looks better than the first one, doesn't it?

Kat said...

Green Girl- Oh yeah! They must have spent ten times the amount of money they did on the first one. The trailer looks more expensive than the whole first movie.
And I think I'm gonna like this director better too. :)
I can't wait!!!

imbeingheldhostage said...

ooohwhaahaahaa. I. Can't. wait.

Kelly Wolfe said...

I already have my tickets for the Friday night 10pm show!!!! I CANNOT WAIT!!!!

Courtney said...

I am so with you on this! I just about peed out of excitment when i saw it!

I heard this morning that Universal is oening a whole theme park dedicated to Harry Potter and all i could think (all though i like HP) was why not Twilight!

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A new day that you have never lived before.
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We can squander, neglect, or use them.
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