Tag Archives: Carlisle Cullen

“Twilight” vs. “True Blood”: which series has better vamps?

By Kim Palacios After reading Stephen Moyer’s comments comparing “True Blood” to “Twilight”, a compelling question arose: would a closer look at their characters prove his opinion to be true? Moyers’ interpretation respectfully praised “Twilight’s” appeal to a younger demographic while insisting that “True Blood” was more mature. Yet, a[...]

‘Twilight’s’ Cullen family discuss ‘Twilight: Eclipse’ – Part 1

HollywoodNews.com: Hollywood News joined a large group of journalists Saturday afternoon in Beverly Hills, Calif., to ask questions of the cast and crew members of Eclipse. In addition to talking about their continued bond as members of the Cullen clan, the actors explored the evolution of the Twilight world and[...]

Peter Facinelli compares Twilight’s Dr. Carlisle to Nurse Jackie’s Dr. Coop

By Kim Palacios HollywoodNews.com: The Twilight stars are talking and, as usual, USA TODAY’s Susan Wloszczyna has the inside scoop. In an article published this week, Wloszczyna had a chance to chat with Peter Facinelli about playing the Twilight Saga’s “preppy patriarch” Dr. Carlisle Cullen as well as the handsy[...]

Entertainment Weekly names Edward Cullen among the 100 Greatest Characters of the Last 20 Years

By Kim Palacios HollywoodNews.com: It must be the new rage—popular magazines supplementing talk of real people with discussion of fictional characters. Entertainment Weekly is the most recent publication to rank one of Stephenie Meyer’s brood, having named Edward Cullen as one of the 100 Greatest Characters of the Last 20[...]

Twilight: Carlisle Cullen beats Richie Rich, Scrooge McDuck as wealthiest fictional character

By Kim Palacios It’s official. Carlisle Cullen has been named the wealthiest fictional character, according to the “Forbes Fictional 15” awards announced in the magazine’s April 14th issue. So, what is a centuries-old vampire’s estimated net worth? A staggering $31.4 billion. The article makes an interesting assumption—that in 1670, Carlisle[...]