—Jessica G., via the Answer B!tch inbox
You aren't alone. If it makes you feel any better, you have compatriots among my thousands of B!tchlettes worldwide.
But before we get to that, let's give you the bad news:
Which is that—and this is science, mind you, cruel, cruel science—Twilight is as big as ever. Here come those mean numbers to back up my findings.
First, box office predictions on Eclipse, and if you're not a fan of the Kristen Stewart Bewilderment School of Acting, this will not be welcome news.
"Going into the summer, Eclipse was slated to be one of the Top 5 films of the summer, and I don't think anything has changed in that regard," says Jeff "Doomsayer" Bock of Exhibitor Relations. "Opening day will likely be close to $50 million, and we should still see a weekend number of around $70-plus million.
"As box office lore goes, film series typically wane by the third incarnation, but the Twilight phenomenon seems to be a different beast, and I would expect overall grosses to be on par with New Moon when all is said and done."
Beast being the operative word, maybe. On my Facebook page, B!tchlettes have been raging against Twi mania: "Twi-hards make me facepalm like no other," B!tchlette Colby tells me.
But like I said, you're in the minority, and yes, sadly, I have more numbers with which to beat you about the head and face.
Over on Predicto, that 2-million-strong subscriber-based mobile community, Twilight is still tops, even over, say, Harry Potter. The peeps recently voted that the third Twilight installment will beat out any other sequel for the summer, including Sex and the City 2 and Iron Man 2.
"I don't see it going away anywhere anytime soon," says Predicto's Kirthana Ramisetti.
So you may as well pick a side in the whole Bella love triangle. Hell, I'll be Team Werewolf.