Saturday, August 8, 2009
The Twilight stars snuck into Bobby Long's concert at Hotel Cafe about three songs into his set with Pattinson's close pal Marcus Foster (who wrote a song on the Twilightsoundtrack) on Thursday. The group watched the performance from a curtained off area on the stage where there was sound equipment and a few bar stools.
"Robert was super low-key when he walked in," an onlooker tells PEOPLE, adding Stewart, 19, and Pattinson, 23, went unnoticed by fans the entire night. After Long, a friend of Pattinson's, finished his set, the group quickly exited the venue and jumped into a waiting cab.
The two headed out for a second night in a row Friday, this time catching Foster's show at Hotel Cafe.
"Kristen and Rob, just the two of them, came in and walked towards the curtained-off area on stage where they watched Marcus," says a source. "They seemd to go unnoticed."
Stewart and Pattinson later showed up together with a group of pals at the Chateau Marmont, and hung out well into the night.
While the two have remained tight-lipped on their relationship, the actors have spent time together off set – and are more than costars, according to a source.
"Word on the set of Twilight is that [Michael] Angarano, [Kristen's boyfriend], and she are completely broken up," a source tells PEOPLE. "While people don’t want to talk about it, everyone is pretty convinced that Pattinson and Stewart are hooking up."
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Friday, August 7, 2009
Work out together, hang out together
"Several Twilight cast members left Vancouver today to head to the Teen Choice Awards in LA. Last night they once again gathered together for a group dinner, walking in a row downtown, reminds me of that press shot of Friends…was it Season 7?
By request, Twi-Hards, by request, the photos are attached.
Eating together and also working out together – here are Kellan Lutz and Elizabeth Reaser after the gym. Kellan as you can see is totally ripped. Me I’m not down with dudes who walk around in beaters. This is a personal preference. Am sure many, many, many of you don’t mind. It’s whatever quivers your lady business. Beefcakes have never quivered my lady business. Please however go ahead and let the Lutz quiver your lady business. I’m your pusher.
PS. Taylor and those dress shoes. It needs to stop."
TDG (TwiDazzledGal) Note: I have a love/hate relationship with Lainey. Sometimes her snark is too extreme and mean, but she's the only source of pics/gossip for the Twilight movies because she's based out of Vancouver. So...I'll only post her scoop when it's worth posting and not trashing our beloved Twilight.
MTV: Break down the wolf pack for us.
Gordon: Alright, the head is Sam Uley — he's played by Chaske Spencer, who is a great guy. He's the leader of the pack, he runs us and helps us go through our phase. Next is Jared — he transforms next, and he's the fun boy, the jokester. He's played by Bronson Pelletier, and he's a funny guy too — he's awesome, we became really close. And Alex Meraz plays Paul — he's the hotheaded, ferocious guy that always wants to be in the middle of the action, and he's the go-to guy if Sam needs something taken care of.
MTV: And how about yourself?
Gordon: Jacob's really weirded out that I joined this cult of shirtless Natives. [We] thought that Paul, Jared, and Sam were just these [egotistical] guys that thought so highly of themselves and called themselves the protectors of the tribe, and I'm just the shy, lanky kid. Then Jacob sees me [join them] and he's like, "Wow, I've lost a friend," but that's really not the case; we can't tell Jacob or other Quileutes about our transformations until they have transformed themselves. Then, next in line is Jacob of course, and he's so natural to it; his wolf is stronger than like any other one.
MTV: You and some other "New Moon" stars were exposed to the public for the first time at Comic-Con. How was that?
Gordon: Yeah, I went to the Comic-Con for the "Twilight" screenings, and the question- and-answer [sessions], and it was crazy. They all started screaming as soon as we walked off the bus; the whole time we were answering questions they just kept screaming and screaming. It was so surreal for me. I've also gone to my own things — like I've gone to this unity conference out in New Mexico where Native American youths gather and share their tribal affiliations and all that awesome stuff. And [Twilighters were there and] they went crazy.
MTV: Taylor has said that he gets to speak the Native-American language of the tribe a bit in "New Moon." Do you?
Gordon: No, I would just — we make noises.
MTV: Noises? Can you give us an example?
Gordon: Hopefully I won't get in trouble for this. But yeah, [there's a scene where] we get out of the car, and we have to do this call — this signal that we're home. Me and Jared, we go [he unleashes a loud, yipping noise]. It's kinda funny. But it's awesome.
Nikki Reed, 21, (a.k.a. Rosalie) welcomed the radiance; Robert Pattinson (Edward, her adopted brother) might not have. “The whole pale thing works for Rob, people who like to stay indoors and out of the sun, like vampires, but not for me!”
Just how transformative is cherry red lipstick? “After the shoot, I bought one,” says Rachelle Lefevre, 30, who plays Victoria, a vampire out to avenge the death of her mate. “In Twilight, I put in a little playfulness,” she says. “In New Moon, I didn’t have any fun—it’s just pure anger!”
The idea is to look sexy, not man-eater-y, so try smoky brown eyes like Ashley Greene, 22 (Alice, Edward’s future-seeing sister), has here. We asked her if the nonstop cast-hookup rumors were true; she won’t confirm or deny, but admits that there’s a lot of heat on set. “I’m glad I don’t have a boy-friend. It’d be hard to tell him, ‘I have a crush on Jackson Rathbone!’”
It’s something Noot Seear, 26, got to do in her role as Heidi, a siren who lures prey to her lair to “dine.” Thing is, the contacts the cast wore (shades of violet, amber or red, based on their mood) made them nearly blind at times: “I had to learn to wear them—not a beauty tip I’d recommend!”
Could it really be? My two favorite things, Twilight and So You Think You Can Dance and Twilight are together in one clip!!! Last night's SYTYCD winner, Jeanine Mason got to co-host a morning program where Ashley Greene was interviewed. Apparently, Jeanine is not the only Twilight fan on this season of SYTYCD because Randi also declared her love for Twilight on her facebook. Thanks to Twilight Lexicon for the video.
And, as an extra-added bonus here's the SYTYCD video of Kayla & Kupono's contemporary performance to Blue Foundation's "Eyes of Fire," choreographed by Sonya (my favorite), off of the Twilight Soundtrack.
Jimmy Fallon has decided to try and get his ratings up by taking advantage of us Twilight madness for a second time. He spoofed RPattz again last night, this time in the style of Shark Week. The original spoof took place several weeks ago when Harry Potter came out and consisted of dueling Jimmy Fallon's: Robert Pattinson vs. Daniel Radcliffe. NBC sucks and there's no sign of the original video on YouTube or else I would post it for comparison.
NBC actually went so far as to make a website just for this clip, which you can check out at Robert is Bothered. Weird...
Thursday, August 6, 2009
MTV: OK, so let's talk "New Moon" a little bit. How was the shoot?
Serratos: Chris [Weitz] was amazing, like, fantastic. I was really happy working with him. We shot in Vancouver [British Columbia], which was a good change from Portland [Oregon]. I love the city Portland, and I've been back there since, but in Vancouver the weather was a lot better, and I didn't wanna die at the end of the day, because it wasn't extremely cold. I'm excited to go film "Eclipse." That's gonna be next month already — they are already cranking it out.
MTV: And they'll be shooting that in Vancouver as well?
Serratos: Yeah. I haven't read the script yet. I didn't bring my laptop with me, so I saw it on my phone — on my e-mail — and I was like, "I wish I could download this as an attachment, but I can't!"
MTV: How were the re-created sets in Vancouver? Obviously, most of your stuff takes place in the school cafeteria.
Serratos: Yeah, they did a really good job re-creating things. Obviously, we didn't have the same parking lot and everything. There were a lot of green screens and things. I don't even know how they do it.
MTV: Was it weird walking into the "new" cafeteria with the other humans?
Serratos: Yeah, because the cafeteria was still a cafeteria. When we walked into that cafeteria, we were like, "We're in a different country, and it still looks exactly the same!" Like, seriously, they could have just picked it up and dropped it in Vancouver. It looks identical — that was creepy until I got used to it. But the parking lot, that is what was green-screened.
MTV: What did you think of the footage we saw at Comic-Con, of Rob as a "hallucination"?
Serratos: I still haven't seen it; but I wanted to stay and watch it. Rob's gonna be in it a lot more [than in the book]. I really love how they did that. It was really clever.
MTV: You seem like you're as much of a fan as an actor sometimes.
Serratos: Oh, God, yeah. We're all "Twilight" fans. We all read the books, we all fell in love with the books — and being a part of it is great and everything, but we want to see the footage!