Participating in fandom is a reward in itself – just ask any Twihard who spent a few days in line to see his or her favorite actor. But cosplaying (short for "costume playing" as a character) takes fandom to another level. You don’t have to head to a convention to cosplay. Some diehard fans go to the theater decked out as their favorite Cullen, while others have fun hosting their own vampire shindig. Whatever the occasion, here's our how-to guide for donning the getups for Twilight-inspired costumes.
In the werewolf group, I am team Jacob.
In the vampire group I am team Emmit.
One year I dressed as Edward from Bella's daydream in the first film...Elegant Gothic Aristocrats are my favorite type of vamp. :)
Bella . . . Edward . . . Jacob . . . and ALL of the above will last forever thru the Fans of The Twilight Saga! Yea!
Blackface? Seriously? Blackface is a racist tool used to mock people of color.
The article didn't say "blackface." It said "black face paint..." which is face paint that's the color black. DUH. No one is being racist.
umm are you retarded black face paint no duh
crazy twilight saga lover
These are too cute/funny but "Hold on spidermonkey"
lol, these are funny. The world is gonna end... Edward, Edward, Jacob, Edward, Edward, Edward
Take a look at some new and familiar faces in Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings prequel.
A look inside the geography of Middle-earth where Bilbo and the Dwarves will travel.
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