As Leonardo DiCaprio tops the movie chart for the third week running with dream theft fantasy flick - 'Inception' the marginally talentless stars of the Twilight saga, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have had some pretty hardcore questions to ask of their paymasters.
Such as: Why has Eclipse been eclipsed by Inception?
Celebrity is a transient thing, and perhaps somebody should have had the good grace to tell the heart-throb teen idols that there's more to acting than looking mean, moody and anaemic.
Apparently, the problem lies with the source material: horrormeister Stephen King has described Twilight author Stephenie Meyer as "not a very good writer" - and he - of all people ought to know.
R Patz and K-Stew's audience are growing up, and growing out of tentative vampire/werewolf love triangles, growing into a more sophisticated milieu of fold-up landscapes, people flying down corridors clawing at walls, and everything being turned on its head.
It seems that teen audiences have had enough of moody silences, reclusive stars, werewolves and vampires - which all seem a little infantile with maturity. It seems that teens - to their credit - demand something more than werewolves fighting vampires and crap vampire baseball games - which is where DiCaprio comes in.
He may be a little older, but he has acting ability which projects beyond 'mean and moody.'
So, it isn't official yet, but word on the street has it that Twilight is old news.
Kinda like Miley and Britney and LiLo.
We're just sayin' is all...
More as we get it.