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'New Moon' Script Trashed…Literally

All you hardcore Twilight fans can breath a tiny sigh of relief; no one "trashed" the New Moon script in the sense that they said it was a horrific piece of work that should never see the light of day. Nope, instead, all anyone can talk about today was how a copy of the New Moon script was (accidentally?) tossed in the trash. And the script – which was accompanied by another called Memoirs – wasn’t found on some Hollywood street corner; it was discovered by a St. Louis beauty parlor owner outside a hotel.

Why was there a copy of the New Moon script in the garbage outside a hotel in St. Louis? And why was a beauty parlor owner rummaging through the garbage outside a hotel in St. Louis. I don’t know if I even want to know, though some think it might have something to do with the fact that inside the hotel are a bunch of actors in town shooting the George Clooney film Up in the Air – and that one of those actors is Anna Kendrick, who plays Bella’s friend Jessica in the Twilight films.

Now Kendrick’s rep says the actress would never be so careless with such important property, but we’re just a tad suspicious. Why? Because she’s IN New Moon! I’ll try not to pick a side here and, instead, will open it up to you fine folks: Do you think Kendrick accidentally (or intentionally) dumped the New Moon script in the garbage? Did this woman plant it there? What’s going on here?

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