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Just as New Moon gobbled up another $42.5 million over the Thanksgiving weekend, a report comes along claiming that Summit is thinking more seriously than ever of squeezing two flicks out of the fourth book in the Twilight series.
But OMG alert!
Not everyone in Hollywood has actually seen the blockbuster. And on top of that, not everyone who has seen it is gushing over it.
We caught up with some boldfaced names the other night at the Dizzy Feet Foundation event and just had to ask if they were part of the box office bonanza...
First up, Dancing With the Stars hoofer Lacey Schwimmer.
"I'm not into it," Schwimmer bravely said. "I think it's cheesy. I found myself laughing in the movie more than taking it seriously."
Plus, she added, "The boys are hot but I've seen hotter."
Schwimmer went to see the flick on an outing with fellow DWTSers Mark Ballas and Derek Hough.
"I think I liked it the most," said Ballas, who added that he was convinced to read the first Twilight book by his former DWTS partner, Olympian Shawn Johnson. "I just thought it was cool when Jacob turned into the wolf. I wish I could do that."
Hough, on the other hand, tried to be diplomatic: "You know, I don't want to piss off the world and say I didn't like it, but...I guess you have to read the books to really appreciate it," Hough said, adding with a laugh, "I thought it was just fantastic."
Brothers & Sisters' newest sexpot, Gilles Marini, says he's too old for the vampire hysteria. "I'm 33!" he said. "But I would love to see it with my son because there are werewolves in it."
DWTS champ Kristi Yamaguchi, hasn't even seen the first movie yet. "I just bought the Twilight book and started reading it," the Olympian said.
Cheryl Burke has no plans to see it right now. "I want to," she said, "but I think I'll just wait till it comes out on DVD."
That good enough for you, Twi fans?
It feels like just yesterday when we were going ga-ga at the Hollywood premiere of New Moon.