Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Attack of the Mickey Mouse Club!

I guess when you have a book/movie that appeals to tween/teen/Twilight moms of all ages, the teendom will have a set opinion on the vision that franchise should take.

Disney stars are coming out of the woodwork, and Demi Lovato is the newest Disney singer clamoring to be a part of the Twilight Saga.

From MTV:

The 16-year-old Twilighter and "Sonny With a Chance" star let it slip to MTV News that she might be a fan of Bella's werewolf pal Jacob (played in the movie by Taylor Lautner). "Edward Cullen — I would write a love song to him," the singer/actress said, before giddily adding, "Or Jacob Black!"

Lovato also said she'd love the chance to participate in any way possible in "New Moon," the movie's hotly anticipated sequel, though she's sure being on the soundtrack is her best bet. "I think it'd be cool to be in the soundtrack," she told MTV News. "Maybe, but ... it's like anything that would happen that'd be awesome. I don't know if I'd make a good vampire or a good werewolf."


Lovato isn't the only Disney star who has expressed interest in joining the "Twilight" phenomenon. Earlier this month, the Jonas Brothers expressed interest in working on "New Moon" in some capacity.

"The movie was obviously a huge success, and if they asked us to be a part of [the sequel], that would be great," Nick Jonas said about the prospect of writing a song for the movie. "It would be really cool."

Hopefully New Moon, Eclipse, and (hopefully) Breaking Dawn will keep the same indie feel as Twilight and not turn to bubble-gum. Reference the comments from the previous post for the mature audience opinion on the matter...


  1. NO NO NO - no Disney Channel stars should be associated with this series in any way, shape or form!! First, I really believe most of them cannot even sing, and no way could they handle a role in one of the movies! UGH - keep them away from Stephenie's masterpieces!

  2. That's the draw to artsy fartsies like Kristen Stewart- raw, dedicated to the art form and not just drawn to the teen fans.

    Same with Rob, though I'm afraid this whirlwind is scaring him back into a little hole, poor baby... but if it helps motivate him for extra New Moon broodiness...well, then, rawr.

  3. No Disney!

    I am a huge Disney fan, but Twilight needs to be separated.

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