MTV has an article about my favorite thing (Twilight) and my least favorite thing (The Jonas Brothers). Unfortunately, Larry Carroll is putting the two together as if it where somehow possible that the Bogas Brothers were good enough to contribute to New Moon's soundtrack...
And that's exactly what they want to do:
"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 when we caught up with him and his brothers Monday, revealing that the trio are fans of Stephenie Meyer's vampire franchise and would be willing to write a song for the "New Moon" soundtrack. "It would be really cool."
"That would be really cool," agreed Joe and Kevin.
I haven't seen it," Joe admitted. "But I have heard it's a great movie."
"We're looking forward to seeing it," Nick added. "We've been a little busy, so it's kinda hard to get the movies, but we'll see it."
"Typically, we'll get the advance DVDs and watch them on plane rides or something," Kevin said of the band's attempts to keep up with Hollywood's latest hits during their busy touring schedule. "So, hopefully, we'll do that."
"For a lot of guys, they want superpowers," Joe said of the appeal of Edward Cullen. "He's a vampire, but he's pretty strong and stuff."
Edward and his Cullen family are so popular, in fact, that "Twilight" recently proved its power as a franchise by distracting screaming teens long enough for the JoBros to grab a pizza.
"I think this is really funny," Kevin remembered of the first time the trio realized how huge "Twilight" was. "We were in town [the day of the 'Twilight' premiere], because we were working all day on our TV show.
"We weren't able to make it to the premiere. We were invited, but we couldn't make it," Kevin continued. "That night, we were starving coming home from work. And we wanted to get pizza."
While thousands of Twilighters screamed their heads off, unaware, the rock sensations snuck into a restaurant across the street and had a rare, peaceful meal. "The pizza place that we ordered from just happened to be across the street from the premiere," Kevin laughed. "And so, we come up driving, and didn't realize that it was the 'Twilight' premiere. It was one of those comical moments that was really funny for us."