The stars of the Twilight Saga are going to be immortalized in stone in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre. The landmark theater announced that the actors will have their handprints and footprints cast in cement along the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The trio will have their handprints and footprints molded in a ceremony on November 3, 2011. So if you are of the variety of crazies that camp outside the Twilight premiere for days on end in the hopes of glimpsing your favorite werewolf or vampire, then you might want to start readying your "Bite Me Robert Pattinson" signs and plan your stalking schedules accordingly.
I guess the Twilight stars really made an impression on their fans to finally cement their places as screen icons. I guess you can attribute it to their hands on approach to acting. That was three cement puns, you guys! Who was impressed by that? No-one? Ok, moving on.
Only 250 stars in the history of movies have been honored with casting their handprints for the Grauman's Chinese theater, so this is a big deal. The last star to be honored was Jennifer Aniston. Other recent celebs chosen to be cast in cement include Helen Mirren, Cher, Robert Downey Jr., Hugh Jackman, Will Smith, the cast of "Harry Potter' and Johnny Depp.
I hope they place the Twilight hand prints near the Harry Potter hand prints, and judging by the number of homeless persons that urinate on it, we can truly know which paranormal teen franchise is better.
I wonder why they aren't casting Taylor Lautner's abs in concrete instead?
In other Twilight news, Kristen Stewart has hurt herself. And no it wasn't from biting down on her bottom lip during an intense session of what Kristen Stewart thinks is "acting."
While filming her new movie, "Snow White and the Hunstman" apparently Kristen injured herself yesterday and filming has been halted until Friday.
Her co-star Max Mangaenllo tweeted this yesterday, "It's a wrap for today. Kristen has hurt herself...nothing scary. We shoot on Friday."
The tweet has since been taken down and no official release has been made. However, this is a very serious Snow White movie with many action scenes that probably caused K-Stews injury. Kristen told MTV News about the movie, "It's not a little girl sitting by a well with little tweety birds telling her what to do and where to go."