Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson engaged for 'The Flintstones: Viva la Transylvania'!

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Saturday, 3 April 2010

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The Twilight lovers announced today their Easter plan to cement what is certain to be a six month marriage as well as Hollywood type casting. Not only did they embrace matrimony they formed a joint production company, 'Yabba Dabba doo doo films' and will both star in 'The Flintstones: Viva la Transylvania'. Kristen will play the teenage Pebbles, daughter of Count Fred, who is smitten by the seductive Bam Bam, son of Barney, a purple dinosaur.
"This is a dramatic film that shows the origins of vampirism and how they survived extinction and will never be killed thus assuring us careers. The asteroid scene alone is worth the price of the admission and will be reminiscent of Cecile B. Demille; it will be a classic for years to come."
Kristen was on hand at a local Costco to accept President Obama's offer to be the face of his new student loan program which was slipped into Health Care reform much like Kristen was slipped in as a serious actor. As we all know Kristen is an example of a child star who was able to attain great monetary stardom while getting her high school degree through Costco's on-line education program for $299.00.
"I am here to say why burden the economy by wasting time going to class and interacting with kids you hate when you can log on and get to work while developing a usable skill like hissing or practice looking in the mirror with moon eyes. With reality shows and talent gigs like American Idol who needs to go to school? This is the future."

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