Archive for the ‘Twilight The Movie’ Category
Social Media Guide Mashable.com has put together a list of the most viewed artists on youtube. While singer Lady Gaga is the first artist to ever reach over one billion views on youtube for her videos “Poker Face” (374,606,128), “Just Dance” (272,941,674) and “Bad Romance” (360,020,327), the Twilight saga isn’t far behind with a total of 980 million for the trailers of the first two movies.
Meanwhile, Visible Measures shows how many views the Twilight Saga has exactly for each trailer. The Twilight Saga: New Moon is the second most viewed video ever on Youtube with 639,966,996 views. Twilight is the 10th most viewed video ever on youtube with 343,969,063 views.
Add those two numbers and you get over 980 million views. Just 20 million views before Twilight becomes part of the 1 Billion Views Club. It’s also important to note that Twilight is the only movie on the Top 100 Million Club to have a sequel on the list, and both are on the Top 10. The rest of the videos on the list are music videos and funny videos, with the exception of the trailer for Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince.
Speaking of The People’s Choice Awards, Twilight won the following categories:
- Favorite BREAKOUT MOVIE ACTOR , Taylor Lautner.
– Favorite ON-SCREEN TEAM.
– Favorite MOVIE.
– Favorite FRANCHISE.
According to Media Traffic, both soundtracks for the Twilight movies are among the best selling soundtracks of 2009.
The Twilight Soundtrack came in at number 18 with 2,4 million copies sold.
The Twilight Saga: New Moon came in at number 34 with 1,5 million copies.
The Twilight Soundtrack already won an American Music Award and is nominated for a Grammy. Now let’s wait and see what’s in store for the New Moon soundtrack :).
Months behind, I know! But the first time this show aired I was out of town and didn’t get a chance to screencap it for you, but better late than ever, right?
Here the screencaps of all the Teen Choice Awards’ Twilight moments. The cast accepting their awards, red carpet interviews and backstage stuff, as well as them sitting in the audience during the show.
Ignore the Spanish subtitles…:P
Billboard.com has announced the Top 25 Soundtracks of the Decade, and Twilight came in at number 7!
Here’s the complete list:
Top 25 Soundtracks
1. O Brother, Where Art Thou?
2. High School Musical
3. 8 Mile
4. Hannah Montana
5. High School Musical 2
6. Hannah Montana 2
10. Moulin Rouge
11. The Lizzie McGuire Movie
12. Mamma Mia
13. The Cheetah Girls
14. Hannah Montana: The Movie
15. Coyote Ugly
16. Bad Boys II
18. Tupac: Resurrection
19. High School Musical 3: Senior Year
20. Get Rich Or Die Tryin’
21. The Cheetah Girls 2
22. Walk The Line
23. Camp Rock
24. Garden State
25. Curious George
And the awards and records keep coming for the Twilight Saga! The latest honor for Twilight is a nomination for a Grammy in the category Best Compilation Soundtrack Album For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media .
The Twilight soundtrack is competing against:
# Cadillac Records
[Music World Music/Columbia]
# Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds
[A Band Apart/Warner Bros.]
# Slumdog Millionaire
# True Blood
[Summit Ent./Chop Shop/Atlantic]
Grammy.com explains about this category: Award to the Artist(s) and/or Producer(s) of a majority of the tracks on the album, or to the individual(s) actively responsible for the concept and musical direction and for the selection of artists, songs and producers, as applicable.
Complete nominees here.
The Twilight soundtrack recently won an American Music Award (note that both awards/nominations are for Twiligh, not New Moon, that would be next year).
Congrats to all the artists on the soundtrack, especially to Rob and his gang Sam Bradley, Bobby Long, Marcus Foster.
Also, Decode is nominated in the category Best Song Written For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media
# The Climb (From Hannah Montana: The Movie)
Jessi Alexander & Jon Mabe, songwriters (Miley Cyrus)
[Walt Disney Records; Publishers: Vistaville Music, Hopeless Rose Music, Music Of Stage Three, Mabe It Big Music.]
# Decode (From Twilight)
Josh Farro, Hayley Williams & Taylor York, songwriters (Paramore)
[Summit Ent./Chop Shop/Atlantic; Publishers: WB Music Corp/But Father, I Just Want To Sing Music/Josh’s Music/FBR Music, Meaux Hits/Hunterboro Music, Rimutaka Music.]
# Jai Ho (From Slumdog Millionaire)
Gulzar, A.R. Rahman & Tanvi Shah, songwriters (A.R. Rahman, Sukhvinder Singh, Tanvi Shah, Mahalaxmi Iyer & Vijay Prakash)
[N.E.E.T./Interscope Records; Publisher: KM Musiq.]
# Once In A Lifetime (From Cadillac Records)
Ian Dench, James Dring, Amanda Ghost, Beyoncé Knowles, Scott McFarnon & Jody Street, songwriters (Beyoncé)
[Music World Music/Columbia; Publishers: B-Day Publishing/EMI April Music, Amanda Ghost Bucks Music Group Ltd./EMI Blackwood, Red Ink Music Ltd., Ian Dench Music/Songs of Kobalt Music, Chrysalis Music.]
# The Wrestler (From The Wrestler)
Bruce Springsteen, songwriter (Bruce Springsteen)
[Columbia; Publisher: Bruce Springsteen.]
Go Twilight :).
From ABC.com we finally have the list of winners of the American Music Awards, and guess who won!
Favorite Album: Twilight Soundtrack
Is there anything that Twilight is not winning? Major congrats to all the musicians involved, especially Rob and his gang Bobby Long, Marcus Foster and Sam Bradley.
Here’s an exclusive sneak peek at MTV’s “Twilight: Love Bites” where
Catherine Hardwicke talks (and re-enacts) Kristen and Rob’s first kiss
on her bed.
SheetMusicPlus.com has let us know about their Twilight Sheet Music that available for sale on their site.
Emeryville, Calif., October 23, 2009 – Since the haunting mood of
Halloween is often set by heavy hands on an organ, Sheet Music Plus,
the nation’s leading online provider of sheet music, is shining a
light on its top spooky sellers and latest dark offerings. Joining the
ranks of the classic tunes is the music from movies such as Twilight
and Harry Potter, both of which usher in a new era of infectious
“While Halloween has its traditional hits, the modern day love affair
with vampires and the occult has introduced potential new classics to
the familiar playlist,” said Keith Cerny, CEO of Sheet Music Plus.
“The great thing about pop culture connected sheet music, such as the
music from Twilight and the Harry Potter films, is that it has the
power to attract new blood to learning to play instruments. With movie
music being one of our top five best selling categories, the trend
toward these types of offerings is growing, so it’s an exciting time
Sheet Music Plus currently offers more than 200 different Halloween
songbooks, as well as a number of dark offerings that cater to the
teen scene. Among these are the score and soundtrack to Twilight, both
of which are published by Hal Leonard, and the Harry Potter
soundtracks and scores, including Harry Potter and the Half-Blood
Prince, published by Alfred Music Publishing.
For fleshing out your Halloween sheet music collection, Sheet Music
Plus recommends the following top sellers, new classics and cult
Twilight (Hal Leonard)
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (Alfred Music Publishing)
The Halloween Songbook* (Hal Leonard)
For more infomation go HERE.
The Twilight Soundtrack has one nomination for Best Soundtrack for the American Music Awards.
We need to make tis a winner, guys! Rob and the gang wrote songs for this CD, and the entire thing rocked, you know that.