Saturday, October 3, 2009

All HQ Photos From New Moon Movie Companion - What We've Been Waiting For!!!

This is just a sample of the pics (there are 90+ images). For more head to the source below! Clicky on them for bigger HQ versions!

Ralphy137 scanned all these amazing pictures of The New Moon Movie Companion in HQ! Finally they're all here. All credit for these scans go to her and if you decide to use them, credit her.

New Edward Pic From New Moon Illustrated Movie Companion

Mmm...Wetward anyone? Now just think how great Wetward will look in the ocean at Isle Esme in Breaking Dawn!

Kristen Stewart's Next Edgy Film Role - 'An American Girl'

Actor James Woods has become a legend in Hollywood through his body of work, and sometime next year (or slightly later), you’ll be able to see him in Rod Lurie’s version of the Sam Peckinpah revenge thriller Straw Dogs, playing Tom Hedden, a smalltown Southern football coach turned alcoholic who causes problems for a young Hollywood couple, played by James Marsden and Kate Bosworth. recently visited the set of the movie in Shreveport, Louisiana, and we were able to talk to Woods first-hand about the role, as well as a project he’s really invested in called An American Girl which Woods plans to direct with Kristen Stewart (the “Twilight” films) in the lead role. Woods bought the script, written by Tim Metcalfe (Kalifornia, The Haunting in Connecticut) and Sean McCarthy, then approached Kristen Stewart “before she was famous,” telling her that he wouldn’t make the movie with anyone but her, and since reading the script, Stewart has been urgently wanting to get the movie made.

Woods gave us a quick rundown of the basic plot synopsis:

“It’s about a young woman who is really destructive. It’s that magical time right after you’re out of high school. She was the top swimmer and dive champion in school. Now it’s a year later and she lives in a little town in Indiana and the place is dying, she’s working in a grocery store and drinking and drugging too much and she’s showing off in front of this guy who likes her, and gets involved in a big sex thing with two guys drunk one night at a quarry. She gets taped doing it on somebody’s phone and in a small town, her reputation is ruined and on a drunken whim, she joins the Marines, which is ridiculous. The ironic thing is that along the way she starts learning these values she doesn’t expect. They’re just values like you take your brother, they take care of you. It’s not like she’s a gung-ho Marine. She starts to sober up and then she gets into the Linus Program because she’s smart where they teach these women to speak Arabic. When they’re in combat situations, women in the Muslim world were not comfortable talking to men soldiers but they’d talk to the women soldiers so these women learned to speak the language and would ask if there were arms or snipers in the house. A tragedy happens and when she comes back to the town where she was a disaster, she rebuilds her life and finds through this tragedy a greater value in herself. It’s ‘Coming Home,’ ‘Best Years of our Lives,’ it’s part of that trilogy. It’s a phenomenal story and a slam-dunk Oscar for her.”

Woods proceeded to tell us this amazing extensive anecdote about how Metcalfe sent him the script while he was driving across country in a terrible storm. While stopping to get out of the rain in Indiana of all places, Woods read the script in PDF format and decided that very night he was going to buy and direct the movie.


Get A Listen Of Another New Moon Soundtrack Song Early - 'Slow Life' By The Grizzly Bear's

We have yet to hear a studio version of “Slow Life”, Grizzly Bear’s duet with Beach House singer Victoria Legrand that will appear on, of all things, the Twilight: New Moon Soundtrack. But fortuitously enough, Grizzly Bear and Beach House are on tour together right now, and they’ve worked the song into their set list. Last night, both bands played at the Blue Note in Columbia, Missouri, and reader Jeneen Garchow sent along footage of Grizzly Bear and Legrand playing the entire song.

From the sounds of things, “Slow Life” is exactly what you’d want from a Grizzly Bear/Beach House combo: a luminous, ethereal slow jam with Legrand and Ed Droste’s voices delicately pushing up against each other. Also of note: That crowd sounds amped.

Friday, October 2, 2009

Tinsel Korey's 'New Moon' & 'Eclipse' Character (Emily) Scars Revealed

For those who heard The Twilight Saga: New Moon and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse star Tinsel Korey talk about the make-up process for getting into her character Emily with Radar Online back in August, it has probably been a point of curiosity as to how that all would turn out.
Thanks to Twilight Lexicon, who has a running feed of live tweets from the Official Twilight convention's show in Chicago, a photograph is now available of Korey in character with the infamous Emily scar.

In the interview with Radar, Korey stated that "You go through quite a bit of pain sort of being in it" (regarding the make-up and character).

As you can see, the scar is very resemblant of the description offered in the books, in that she has several very apparent scars on one side of her face. Assuming there is also one on her arm, the scarring work done by the make-up team on the films was spot on, don't you think?
More tweets from the Lexicon are available

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Robert Pattinson In 'One' Magazine (France) - Can You Handle The Hotness??

I don't think I can handle any more new Rob pics today or I might pass out from all this hotness. It's only going to get better from here in the next 2 months!!!

Behind The Scenes Video Of Kristen Stewart Interview Magazine Feature & All Pics!!!

I have a serious girl crush on Kristen Stewart. She is so bad-ass and looks so gorgeous in these photos! To see some awesome screencaps from the photoshoot head over to!

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Robert Pattinson Featured In Joy Magazine - Pics, Interview & Music For Eclipse?

Twilight Poison rocks for getting the scans of Rob in Joy Magazine and translating the article too!

Robert is the perfect example of what the media and fame are capable of doing. It’s a huge stroke of luck, brutal and well-aimed that all of a sudden launches you to the highest peak of worldwide attention, away from good and evil. Something very tempting and are.
“I wasn’t expecting having this much success. It’s something I still can’t understand. The truth is that in certain occasions I feel dizzy and I still don’t know how to handle so much attention” he expresses, in a very shy voice, almost like a whisper, as if he was telling us a secret. His eyes, so clear they’re almost transparent, stare attentively at us and distract us. It’s not easy resisting his charms! His honesty wins us over though, because far from finding a male diva, we discover, little by little a sensitive man. Warm and charming. We don’t hesitate in sharing with him what we really think: luck, yes, it’s fundamental, but if it doesn’t come hand in hand with talent and magic, everything remains just an anecdote. Robert smiles, he likes the idea. For now he knows that in talent he has exceeded expectations but he worries that he might not be up to the hype and the phenomenon that he’s become. It’s clear to us; charisma is authentic. And after this interview, there’s no doubts about it.

Last time we saw you, Twilight was about to be released and you said you didn’t know what to expect of the movie, and that everybody was looking forward to it. After all the success and box office numbers, how do you feel?
It’s very strange. I can say that everything has happened very fast. Like I’m fast-forwarding through life. Like everything around me is happening at 1000 m/p. The way you fast-forward a movie, just like that. I never thought the movie would cause such a stir. Seeing girls screaming around me is so bizarre. Sometimes I can’t believe is all about me. It’s like I’m living inside a movie, but I wake up and it’s all real. I see that it’s real and how much my life has changed. I still don’t know in which ways my life has changed, I’m still figuring that out. And I don’t know why but I think it’s going to take me a long time to figure it out. I guess it’s normal, don’t you think?Of course! But we can’t deny that you’re already such a phenomenon by yourself. You have fans waiting for your next movie and wondering what you’re up to. Are you aware of that?Yes, in fact, that’s the most strange part of it. For instance, I haven’t been able to see the final cut of New Moon, and I’ve read so many comments and opinions about it already. It’s something I can’t understand. It’s like everyone else can read into your future or, like they have more information of your life than you do.Does that generate any pressure for you? Has it affected your work or changed you freedom in doing other things, or taking chances for fear of not acomplishing what others expect of you?Honestly, no. In that sense I feel like I’m the same person i’ve always been and I feel I have all the freedom in the world. I’m still doing my job as best as I can, and most importantly, I still enjoy it. I admit that I do feel more safe in movie sets that on the streets. I never thought that one day that would happen, but I feel that in movie sets I can be myself, and be more relaxed and focused on what I have to do. When I go out for a walk, I have to be aware of everything that’s around me and that’s out of my control. On a familiar set at least you know what to expect most of the times (laughs).

Does it affect you what tabloids say about you and seeing yourself in the cover of these magazines?
Not at all. I don’t like to read them or be aware of what they say. At all. It’s something I avoid completely. I do my work, live my life and follow my intuitions. I make my decisions the best way that I can and that’s it. If you pay attention to any of that, you’ll lose. I’m aware of that and I try to be very careful about it. I try to live away from that, saving my self disgusts and headaches.In Twilight we got to see some sexual tension between Bella and Edward. That’s something very enigmatic. Will that continue in the rest of the movies?I don’t think there was sexual tension, nor do I think that that’s the focus of the movies. I don’t see it that way. I think it’s a stroy about what it means to commit to a feeling and to the person that you love. Above all, it’s about finding someone to love despite having to fight so many problems that might show up. What hooks you about the movie, I’m convinced about it, is that it talks about the fear of what can happen to you if you fall in love and give yourself away completely. Realising how far you can go for love, passion and being amazed by it. People identify with it more than you can imagine. To me it’s not even a story about vampires, but about feelings that we’ve all felt before. It talks about the fear of feeling those things. It’s a movie with so many meanings, that’s why I like it and I think that’s why people like it too.

Tell about how you can’t expect what’s going to happen when you go out.
Yes, it’s something I’m still taking in. I’m plain, I like normal things. But now there’s rumors about the places I like to visit, and I can’t go to those places anymore. One time I tried. I wanted to celebrate my birthday on the same place I always go to, and it was a total failure, There was so many people, I couldn’t have a good time. From that point on, I try to avoid places where I can be seen and become the object of paparazzi and curious people. I also avoid the hip, famous places where people think I might be at. I’ve changed them for darker places, those dodgy places where there’s good food and music. It’s sounds crazy, but I’ve had to develope strategies to go out with my friends and have a normal life. It’s the dark side of fame. But I don’t complain. I just asume that I have to deal with it now. Not everything can be perfect. I have so much already, having the oportunity of living from acting. It would be unfiar to say that I’m unlucky.

There are actors who would die to be in your shoes. Would you say that it’s a double life? The one that you live in front of the cameras, in red carpets and the one you live intimately?
Yes. In the end you have your real life and the one they make up in inteviews, not caring if what they’re saying is true or false. What’s true is that I’m too normal and I give them no material to write, so I’m an easy prey for make up stories. I should go wild and do crazy things so they have something to write about. My flaw for those tabloids is that I’m too calm and quiet (laughs).And in those moments of intimacy and privacy, is it true hat you like to play the guitar? What do you do when you’re by yourself?I do play the guitar. I have friends in Vancouver and I get together with them to play the guitar, listen to music. We spend the nights singing and swapping stories. I also do that when I’m at hotels. It’s relaxing. Music is my other passion. I hope I never leave it.

Speaking of passion and music, we know you write songs. What can you share about it?
I’m trying to write some songs for the next movie. I don’t know if it will be possible because of my schedule, but I want to do it. Music is the other side of me, it’s one of the things that complete me and I wouldn’t want to leave it aside for anything in the world. I have the intention of evolving in that aspect. It’s something I want to develope just as much as acting. I want to have a balance between those two things.

What other artistic endeavours are you interested in?
I always wanted to be a pianist and live in the south of France (laughs). But I’ve learned that it’s not important how you do things, but the final outcome. In life you always end up doing what you like. And nothing completes you more than that.

Do you have a spiritual side?
I believe in Karma. I believe it exists and whatever you do in your everyday life makes the eprson that you are. What you give in life comes back to you. I’m convinced of that, so I’m sure that everyday you have to be a good person and treat everyone with respect. We’re all connected.

We know you can’t say much about New Moon, but don’t leave before you tell us, did you have to go to some place dark to play this vampire again?
Yes, the truth is that the way I wanted to play Edward was less powerful. He’s a character that can’t change his condition, he didn’t choose his fate. He was unconcious when Carlisle turned him into a vampire. When he woke up, three days later, he realized that in oder to survive he would have to kill people. Imagine what would you feel like if you knew you would never grow old and that you would live forever. And what’s worse, you didn’t look for it. You become a sort of Superman without even wanting to be that, you were just a 17 year old kid. You must feel a huge impotence and frustration. Instead of believeing you’re hero, you’re a person who can’t find himself and doesn’t know who he is. Understanding that has been fundamental in understanding Edward. That very human side of him is what I love about him and I feel like I can relate to that. There’s something we all find hard to change and face about ourselves.

Video Tour Around The New Moon Illustrated Movie Companion

Since the other video got removed (stupid copywright issues), Robsten Lover from twitter has brought us another view of the New Moon Illustrated Movie Companion!


Robert Pattinson In GQ Style Magazine

Can you feel the New Moon promotion rushing out of the floodgates? I love it!

P.S. - Double-clicky the pics to read the fine print!

New Moon Movie Companion Stills - Better Quality!

I seriously cannot wait to get my hands on the New Moon Illustrated Movie Companion! It's in stores in the US this Tuesday, October 6th! Apparently, it was released a little bit early in the UK which is how we've gotten all these sneak peeks of some of the content. To see additional scans head over to Thinking of Rob!

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