Twilight pandering reaches new low, hilariously

So maybe it only feels like Entertainment Weekly has been putting Robert Pattinson’s mug on every other cover, and we’ve heartily pointed and laughed at the crazy fans and candy hearts and whatnot. But I think this one takes us down into the very bowels of corporate opportunism.


On the other hand, Wuthering Heights does feature a seriously screwed-up soap-opera couple with sociopathic tendencies that some people seem to mistake for a touching love story, so maybe it’s only appropriate. And, lest we forget, it’s been worse. (via)

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