You thought our "Twilight" days were behind us, didn't you? Well think again. Series creator Stephenie Meyer (who would rather you not ask about "Twilight" follow-up "the Host") is looking for five aspiring female directors to create short films for Facebook based on "Twilight" characters. I'm honestly torn here, because on the one hand creating high-profile opportunities for aspiring female directors is awesome and should be encouraged. But on the other hand, "Twilight." I just don't know what to think. Adding some high-brow validity to the project? The panel that will be selecting those filmmakers: Kristen Stewart will be joined by "Frozen" director Jennifer Lee, original "Twilight" director Catherine Hardwicke, producer Cathy Schulman, "Modern Family" star Julie Bowen and Oscar winners Octavia Spencer and Kate Winslet.
And Lionsgate, the studio financing the whole deal, knows how to be vague and threatening. "We think Facebook is a great way for us to introduce the world of 'Twilight' to a whole new audience while re-energizing existing fans," Lionsgate Vice Chairman Michael Burns tells the New York Times. "This is just the beginning — a template, if you will. You can probably guess what's coming next." Don't play coy with me, Burns. Just tell me that I'm not done covering "Twilight" films yet. Team Neither forever, yo.
Gwyneth's mom fights her battles for her
Hey, remember a couple weeks ago when Martha Stewart called out Gwyneth Paltrow for aping her lifestyle guru shtick? Here's a refresher, just in case: "If she were confident in her acting, she wouldn't be trying to be Martha Stewart," Martha Stewart said. Well, Paltrow's mom — and longtime Stewart pal — Blythe Danner is less than thrilled. The National Enquirer reports that Danner "asked Martha how she could say such a cruel thing about her daughter," a source says. Stewart's response? She said that "she was just calling 'em as she sees 'em. Blythe was disgusted." They say you could feel the earth in East Hampton tremble.
Anne Hathaway getting used to being famous
Anne Hathaway is coming to terms with being famous, she tells Elle magazine. "This fame thing? F---ed me up for a really long time," she tells the magazine. "I didn't know how to do it. I didn't know how to engage with it. It stressed me out. And people would say, 'You just have to be yourself,' and I was like, 'But I don't know who that is yet.!'" One presumes that, given this level of reflection, she has some idea now. The Oscar probably helped.
Sorry, boys, Taylor Swift is staying single
Taylor Swift is going to have to find a new source of inspiration for her songs because she's perfectly happy staying single for a while. "Dating or finding someone is the last thing on my mind because I can't picture how it could work with the way my life is," she tells British Vogue. "I don't know how a guy is supposed to walk next to his girlfriend when there are 20 men with cameras and he can't protect his girlfriend because that's the life she chose." Gotcha, we should expect lots of songs about the paparazzi in the future. The usually creative Swift apparently is baffled by how to work a romantic relationship into this famous person setup. "I just don't see how it could work, so I don't think about it and I kind of run from it when it presents itself," she says, adding that men have still been trying to woo her. "They think that they would want to get to know me and maybe date me, but I don't think they want what comes with it."
You'll probably catch something from Jimmy Kimmel
Jimmy Kimmel is feeling rather proud of himself for topping software company McAfee's annual list of the most dangerous celebrity searches online. "The only other male celebrity to wind up No. 1 was Brad Pitt in 2008, so there's one more thing Brad Pitt and I have in common," Kimmel joked on his talk show when he announced the news. "If you're going to search for me online, put condoms on your fingers." According to McAfee, when you search for Kimmel there is a 19 percent chance you'll land on a site with spyware or viruses. Bruce Springsteen came in at No. 5, with Flo Rida fourth and Ciara third. In second place? DJ Armin van Buuren, which sounds made up and totally a trap to get your computer infected.