Welcome to my own little corner of cyberspace for all things Stephanie Plum and much, much more. I absolutely love - Okay, I'm completely obsessed with- Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series. After diligent searching for anything Plum on the internet, I discovered that the Stephanie 411 was next to nil. So this is my own little contribution to the lingerie buyer turned bounty hunter world of Stephanie Plum whose lot in life is to choose between two blindingly delicious, strong, sexy men; escape the occasional car fire; and refrain from the temptations of a delectible boston creme donut threatening to widen her waistline.

Welcome to Stephanie's Obsession! Please Enjoy!

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Pictures of Cast on set of 'One for the Money'

Thanks again to an amazingly awesome anonymous tipster, we have some pictures of the cast on the set of 'One for the Money' with an unknown security guard.  Yay!!! These are way cool! 

I'm so excited for some new set pics!! These are so great!  Thanks Mr. Security Guard, whomever you are, and thank you, thank you to my anonymous tipster!!  You are the best!!

So, what do you think, guys?!?!  I think they are awesome. Wishing we could have gotten some pics of O'Mara (Morelli) and Reynolds (Grandma Mazur), but I'm not at all complaining! Squee!!!

P.S. All the cast looks absolutely awesome in these pics, but I am absolutely drooling over Sunjata right now! Wow...Check out the guns!! Putting this under my pillow for some sweet dreams tonight!! :P

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Stephanie Plum - 12 Days Of Christmas!

Hey guys, since I'm in such a festive mood and Christmas is around the corner, and also because my awesome friend Redzsm told me to, here is the Stephanie Plum 12 Days of Christmas.

I had never seen this before, and it's pretty funny!

Happy Holidays Stephanie Plum Fans!! Enjoy!!

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Gorgeous Picture of Katherine Heigl

This is actually a promotional picture for the "The Ugly Truth" movie, so it is old, but I think it is stunning!  Just thought I'd share with you guys.

So, what do you think?

Article on "One for the Money" Director

This is mostly about the director's resume and qualifications, but it is still interesting news. :)

"Julie Anne Robinson comes with her next directorial venture through One for the Money movie so with that one to handle Julie Anne Robinson sure must be rather busy these days. Having successfully coming up with a number of well received theatrical features earlier as well it can be guaranteed for her fans that forthcoming motion picture will mark a dramatic shift in her movie making skills because upcoming flick seems to be dealing with an array of contrasting elements. Moreover a stellar cast which includes Katherine Heigl, Jason O’Mara and Daniel Sunjata among many others has been brought together for a single screen which means that this flick which is currently in post production level will probably deliver something exceptional and outstanding for sure.

One for the Money movie director British born Julie Anne Robinson is most known for her talents which had been shown in an array of dimensions in performing arts field. Thus she has experiences in theatre television and wide screen so makes her profile to be enhanced with finesse and poise. And it was mainly through television she had got much recognition and he debut venture also had been a small screen venture. Thus she had been one of the popular and well known directors in British television. She had earned both BAFTA and Golden Globe nominations BBC miniseries Blackpool of which she had directed the first half. And her first feature length venture had been romantic drama The Last Song which had helped her to attract a number of fans for her works.

Thus currently busy with One for the Money movie premise of it surely assures of a most entertaining motion picture which will be unlike any other movie that audience have ever seen. Forthcoming movie will also be the theatrical adaptation to best selling novel series by Janet Evanovich and it has been noted that forthcoming venture will mark the beginning of a movie franchise as well. Protagonist will Stephanie Plum who lands on a job as a bounty hunter only to be assigned the first job of tracking down a runaway local cop who turns out to be someone from her romantic past. Thus comedy crime and thriller factors will be brought out in a great way"
No matter how small this information is, it still gives me a little grin to think they are working on this movie, and we are going to have a plethora of "OFTM" news soon!!!  Yay!!

Interesting Controversial Subject Posted on IMDB

Hey guys,

I was over at IMDB, and I came across a post that Pattrose had mentioned reading over there talking about the sequels. I don't know if there is any truth to this info, but I would sure be disappointed if they started all over and recast for the next movie.

I don't want to fuel any rumors, so if anyone does have any info on if this is true or not, please feel free to inform us differently, but I thought this was worth a discussion on whether you think this would be a good idea or not.

I'm just going to give my opinion up front here. I would hate it if they changed up the characters now for the sequel. It would be so distracting to me to see different actors as the main characters, especially Stephanie. I think KH will do an excellent job, and I am really hoping this info is a fabrication.

Okay, here it is folks!  Feel free to discuss and throw in you input!

"One for the Money

Director: Julie Anne Robinson

Stars: Katherine Heigl, Jason O'Mara, Daniel Sunjata (Full Cast)

Studio: Lionsgate

The Plot: Unemployed and newly-divorced Stephanie Plum (Heigl) lands a job at her cousin's bail-bond business, where her first assignment puts her on the trail of a wanted local cop from her romantic past.

THE BUZZ: And for her next assignment, Stephanie Plum works to reveal exactly what happened to end the public's love affair with Katherine Heigl. Refitted for someone such as Rachel McAdams or Emma Stone, and the first novel in the popular series from writer Janet Evanovich could've marked the beginning of a movie franchise. That said, the budget has to be low here (most everyone involved are seasoned TV players, including director Julie Anne Robinson), so a scrappy box-office showing might greenlight Two for the Dough ..."

 So what do you think? Thanks, Patt, for the info!

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