Nickelodeon is honoring pro-social teens with the help of a few celebs (during the third annual Teen Nick HALO [Helping and Leading Others] Awards. Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, David Beckham, and Jessica Biel will each celebrate a teen who is involved in causes similar to the ones they support. We’re inspired by what this year’s teen honorees have done to make a difference! The awards show will air next month, and between now and then, users of can check out HALO content to earn points that can be turned into charitable donations thanks to a partnership with (Kidscreen)

Brace yourselves Team Edward and Team Jacob fans (as Summit Entertainment brings the Twilight movies back to theaters for special screenings. During the first three weeks in November, movie theaters nationwide will hold “Twilight Saga Tuesdays” to replay the first three films in the series leading up to the newest one — “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 1,” which hits screens on November 18. We bet theaters will be packed with screaming teenage girls as new footage and cast interviews will also be shown. In other movie news, check out the latest stills for “Snow White” starring Lilly Collins, Julia Roberts, Armie Hammer, and more. This is a lavish production to rival “Marie Antoinette!” And not that we’re surprised but “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” just became the number 4 box office hit of all time, behind “Avatar,” “Titanic,” and “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2”) (The Hollywood Reporter) (Entertainment Weekly) (Deadline Hollywood)

As Millennials are constantly on social networks and socializing with friends (it makes sense they’re influencing their peers and raising TV ratings of the shows they talk about. A recent study by Nielsen and NM Incite proves that social buzz about shows correlates with higher ratings among 18-34 year olds) (Multichannel News)

In a smart and stylish marketing move (LG Mobile is teaming up with celebrity stylist/designer Rachel Zoe to promote their new Marquee phone to young females. Zoe will be part of a web series called “Style Rules” played on Alloy’s digital platforms, where she’ll host a competition show among style bloggers and will communicate with them via the Marquee phone. There’s money in web based shows, which is why they’re popping up everywhere. Speaking of which, CliffNotes is also launching a web series so students don’t even have to read book summaries, but instead they can watch content about the classic stories. It might be entertaining to teens, but we doubt the six minute animated episodes will provide sufficient info) (Ad Age) (MediaPost) (Social Times)

When it comes to children consuming fast food (ads certainly have a large impact on what they eat, but a recent study shows that parents’ opinions about healthy eating is also influential. The study found that if parents encouraged their kids to pick the healthier option over fries, they were more likely to do so, which is good news as many restaurants implement healthier kids meals. Hopefully with more fruits and veggies available at restaurants and the support of parents, childhood obesity will decline) (USA Today)

Rovio is cooking up some new Angry Birds products (and this time it’s cookbooks in print and digital form. Kids can try out their culinary skills with the help of all the characters, which Rovio hopes will become iconic. Do you think the birds will reach this status? Tell us in the comments) (TechCrunch)

And finally for a little Friday fun… (Occupy Wall Street is getting all the buzz, but what about Occupy Sesame Street? Take a peek at these pics of Grover, Bert, Big Bird, and the gang protesting) (Jezebel)