Saturday, October 31, 2009

Robert Pattinson's December Vanity Fair Cover Photo!!!


Must get my own copy immediately...

Avalanche Of New Moon Cast TV Appearances- 6 New Ones!!! Check The Updated Promo Calendar

Today may be Halloween, but millions of “New Moon” fans know the vampires worth watching will haunt the night only after the calendar flips to November. And Gossip Cop just confirmed SIX more television appearances for cast members.

“Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” will have Kristen Stewart on November 18, Taylor Lautner on November 19, and Ashley Greene on November 24.

“Jimmy Kimmel Live” will have Peter Facinelli on November 25, Nikki Reed on December 2, and Ashley Greene on December 3.

We hope you’ve cleared some space on your DVR.

Kristen Stewart & Taylor Lautner Arrive In Brazil For New Moon Promo - Pics & Video!

Here are the first pics & video of Kristen & Taylor arriving in Sao Paulo, Brazil for New Moon promo! It's crazy how we've already got these photos to think that they just arrived.

Hope you guys are ready for the promo roller coaster because it's about to get very crazy around this place!

Kristen Stewart Leaves LA Bound For Brazil & Mexico For New Moon Promotion

Kristen Stewart was spotted heading into LAX on Friday night. She's off to Brazil & Mexico for New Moon promotion on Monday & Tuesday with TayTay, although he seems to have either arrived separately or gone on a different flight.

Private Screening Of New Moon For Rob, Kristen & Taylor & Some Stalkerazzi Video

Having just arrived back in Tinseltown from Vancouver, Kristen Stewart was spotted out at a local Malibu studio with Taylor Lautner and ROBERT PATTINSON on Friday (October 30).

The “Twilight” co-stars are currently gearing up for promotional duties tied to the November 20th release of “New Moon” - as they were at the studio to watch the final cut of the vampire flick.

This video gets a little creepy at the end...

New Vanity Fair Preview Picture Of Robert Pattinson & Full Preview Clip From Extra

Who's On The December Cover Of Vanity Fair? (Part Four): Robward Is Staring At You...

Here’s a fourth clue to the identity of our December cover star!

Here are the other three clues - lips, arm, hair:

Dear Vanity Fair:
Seriously, reveal the cover photo now or else!!! We've already seen the preview pics last night on Extra!


Friday, October 30, 2009

Videos From MTV's Ulalume - New Moon Birthday Party Scenes & Other Clips

Here's a video that shows all the clips that were shown on MTV's Ulalume last night:

MTV's Ulalume was a complete New Moon lovesfest...and I freaking love it!!!

Robert Pattinson's Vanity Fair Photoshoot Revealed (Finally)!!! OMG...

He's reading 'Sex Driven People.' Vanity Fair - you are such a tease!

Robward at a piano??? Seriously...I'm gonna faint.


They were previewed on Access Hollywood tonight and they'll be featuring a story on them Monday!!! Set your DVR!!!


JUST IN: Rob and Kristen Holed Up at Chateau Marmont!

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart wasted no time, um, possibly getting to business, once they landed in L.A. yesterday. Think they're finally answering our pleas to show us all a li'l more kissy stuff?

After they wrapped Eclipse early Thursday morning, the duo left Vancouver only to check in to the Chateau Marmont together yesterday afternoon.

Check it out:

A source close to the couple tells us that Rob and Kristen were driven into Chateau's private valley Thursday evening.

"They went straight up to a room," says a hotel source. "No one saw them the rest of the night."

Why are we not surprised?

We're told Robsten has not been seen leaving the hotel, nor were they spotted in the public lobby area.

If you remember, the Chateau was their hotel of choice when they shacked up together the weekend of the Teen Choice Awards.

Hopefully Rob and Kristen are managing to get some rest because they have a whirlwind next couple of weeks.

We're told the two will be hitting the road next week for New Moon promos before coming back to L.A. in a few weeks for the N.M. junket and premiere.

Twilight Watch: A Conversation With Kellan Lutz - Talks Rob & Kristen

It’s getting closer and closer to the release ofTwilight: New Moon, and is eager to keep you abreast of all things vampire for the next few weeks. After interviewing Peter Facinelli (who plays Dr. Carlisle Cullen), I recently spoke to another member of the Cullen coven, Kellan Lutz (Emmett Cullen), while he was on the set of the next film in the saga, Eclipse, in Vancouver. As he was preparing to shoot a climatic Cullen-family-get-together, he discussed the cast’s love of reading, what’ll make it on the blooper reel, and his part in the upcoming remake of horror classic A Nightmare on Elm Street.

You’re currently on a break. What do you usually love to do on your downtime?

I love to read. I have a Kindle, and it’s nice to be able to download books that people refer. Rob[ert Pattinson] reads all of the time and he refers so many great books, Jackson [Rathbone], as well, and Kristen [Stewart]. It’s nice to just download books because we have so much downtime. I have close to eight hours a day to read. I finish so many books it’s amazing. I’m also doing Rosetta Stone, learning some French.

What books are you reading?

Right now, Letters from the Earth by Mark Twain. Also Jessica Bendinger, I did a movie with her called Stick It—she’s the director—and she wrote her first novel, The Seven Rays. I have an advanced copy and it’s amazing.

What books have your cast members recommended to you that you would recommend to others?

[Addressing Jackson Rathbone, who is also in the room:] Jackson, what’s that book that you recommended? Out of the Silent Planet by C.S. Lewis, which I’m going to read next. Jackson’s reading my Kindle right now; I’m passing along Letters from the Earth.

What’s the one thing that has changed in your life since Twilight came out?

I’ve never been so busy in my life. I’ve never gotten my frequent flyer miles so high that I feel like I can travel around the world for free. I’ve been on a plane every weekend trying to come back to L.A. to see my dog. I feel like I’ve been so blessed to be working, but everything I shoot is out of L.A., so I don’t really have too much time to spend with my number one love: my puppy. (She’s not really a puppy—she’s five—but she’s close to my heart.) We have so much press stuff that we get to do—I love doing the conventions and meeting the fans. November’s going to be pretty crazy, what with being on a plane every day, landing, appearances, flying to another city that night … It’s a roller coaster.

How do you guys cope with all of this?

We all have our passions that we enjoy. Rob and Jackson will bring their guitars everywhere. As long as you have that passion where you can just disappear and be normal, feel normal, bring your iPod or favorite books, and just do the things that you would do when Twilight wasn’t around—that’s all keeping us who we are. We’re all really blessed, and we’re humble and down to earth, anyway.

Do you find that as a cast you’re leaning on each other even more?

Yeah, definitely. It’s one of those things where we kind of are this family, especially going through all this. We’re all going on this insane adventure and fantasy as an actor with Twilight, and it’s nice to do it with someone. We’re all friends, which is nice, so we can all go out to dinner, have a great time, relax, play games, go out to concerts. Kings of Leon have been up here, Jason Mraz … It’s nice to disappear and do stuff together. All of our friends are back home, and we try to have our friends come up here and hang out. But realistically it’s kind of tough to do that, so it’s nice to have the cast members to count on. That’s the great thing about this franchise—we hopefully get to look forward to making all of the books, so you never have to really say goodbye [to each other] like you do with other projects. You get to say, “See you soon,” or, “See you in L.A.” We get to pick up where we left off.

How do the Cullens rev each other up before shooting a scene?

We really have everything down. We dissect it through rehearsals before we go about it. When we’re on set, we kind of joke around, and when we’re rehearsing, we change up the scenes and make each other laugh. We lighten up the mood. The blooper reel is going to be amazing on New Moon.

Is there going to be a blooper reel?

Hopefully. They probably have more material for the blooper reel than they have movie material. (Laughs)

What scenes have been the most fun to shoot?

Well, the scenes that the Cullens are in are very crucial and epic. The scenes in New Moon are very close to the book. What we Cullens deal with—like the birthday scene—are very crucial for the audience; they’re going to be there with us. They’re all my favorites, but particularly Jackson, when he turns bloodthirsty in the birthday scene.

Have you seen New Moon yet?

Yeah, I love it. Chris Weitz did an amazing job, and I love the werewolves. There’s so much action, and I’m an action junkie, so the wolves really do a great job. Taylor [Lautner] is amazing. He’s a movie star. Fans are going to see this over and over again because of what he brings to the movie.

What’s your take on the millions of fans who are getting rabidly excited about the release?

It’s really fun to be these characters, bring them to life, and have them [the fans] accept us. It’s very humbling to have fans that spend so much money to come and see us, which is great to give them a piece of what they’re allowing us to do. We’re so blessed that our fans are so loving. It’s fun talking to them about how they relate to characters in the story. My sister and my mom, for instance—it’s great to see how these books really draw mothers and daughters together. It’s an adventure they can all go on. Then they bring the husbands, and the brothers, and everyone gets swooped up into this magical experience.

Are your mom and sister big fans of the saga?

Very much. My sister is one of the most popular girls in school now because she has a brother in Twilight (laughs), and she’s sharing stories about me, which are kind of funny. It’s really an actor’s dream to be a part of this. It’s opened up a lot of doors.

In regards to your career, you just did the remake of A Nightmare On Elm Street. What was that like?

I looooove that movie. I was just excited to be a part of it. It’s Freddy! it’s one of those characters that frightened me growing up. Jason [from Friday the 13th] didn’t really scare me; Chucky [from Child’s Play] didn’t scare me. But there’s something about Freddy. It’s more of a psychological thriller.

Is the new one going to take it to a different level?

Definitely. It’s great that all of these movies are coming back. For my generation—ten years ago when this came out—it was really scary. I think everything has to step it up to the tenth degree to scare the new generation because there’s all this gore, now. You have the Saw movies, all of these twisted movies that are done to scare you. Now you have Paranormal Activity—these new types of scary movies—and they have to push the limit so you can actually feel the fear. That’s what A Nightmare on Elm Street is going to do. It’s a cool remake of the story, with great actors, directors, and producers …

And Jackie Earle Haley as Freddy, which is awesome.

Jackie’s such a nice guy. It’s an honor to work with him, too. I’ve been a big fan of his for a while.

So, before you go, let’s do some wordplay. I’m going to give you the name of one of your fellow actors, and I need you to give me one word to describe them, starting with Jackson Rathbone [“Jasper Hale”].

Ah, mysterious.

Nikki Reed [“Rosalie Hale”].


Elizabeth Reaser [“Esme Cullen”].


Peter Facinelli [“Dr. Carlisle Cullen”].


Do you want to guess what word Peter chose for you?

Meathead. Something to do with working out or playing jokes.

He chose “goofy.”

Goofy. (Laughs)

Ok, Ashley Greene [“Alice Cullen”].

Best friend.

Kristen Stewart [“Bella Swan”].


Taylor Lautner [“Jacob Black”].


Rob Pattinson [“Edward Cullen”].

Immensely blessed and talented. If you can just hyphen those into one word.

Dakota Fanning Says Jane 'Blows Your Mind' In 'New Moon'

If director Chris Weitz's shining endorsement of Jane's evil nature wasn't enough to prove to Twilighters that Dakota Fanning has officially joined the dark side in "Twilight: New Moon," a new interview with Fanning herself adds fuel to the fire about just how bad Jane is.

"I think it's more fun to play a bad person than a good person," Dakota told "Extra" about the evil Volturi vampire. "She almost blows your mind how evil she is."

Weitz recently shared with MTV News that the dark role seemed like a perfect career move for the normally sweet Fanning. "She's never really gotten to play a bad person before, probably because she is a very good person. She is really a lovely young person. But I think she had some fun playing, really, the most evil of all the bad guys," Weitz said. "[Jane]'s bad news. Very bad."

The actress also joked about the white face powder she wore for the flick. "I thought I was pale before I did the movie, but I realized that I'm not!" Dakota said.

And Fanning's co-star Robert Pattinson can't believe how his vampire-appropriate pale British skin has made him a sex symbol these days, according to "Extra." "It's funny. People were like, 'He looks like a junkie,' " he recalled. "And now, 'Oh, he's so good-looking!' "

Pattinson also discussed managing to adjust to life in the public eye, something he's been open about in multiple interviews since he found superstardom in "Twilight." "I get nervous about everything. I get nervous about leaving the house!" he said. "Now I know it's too late to change my name. I really wanted to change my name to have a stage name. Now if I change it, I just look really lame."


New Moon' Director Chris Weitz Talks 'Eclipse' Footage & 'New Moon's' Blockbuster Potential

With filming on "Eclipse" wrapping up, we couldn't resist asking "New Moon" director Chris Weitz whether he had seen any of the footage from next summer's blockbuster. He hadn't, he said, because he's been busy working hard to bring fans "New Moon," which hits theaters in less than a month. Surprisingly, he said he didn't really want to see the footage yet.

"As a fan and a filmmaker, I'm excited to see finished stuff from 'Eclipse' rather than anything in progress," Weitz said. "When you see works in progress, there's always some guy standing in front of some big green curtain, and it's all terribly disappointing. You really want to see the good stuff once it's all finished."

After "New Moon" was finished filming , Summit Entertainment announced that David Slade would be directing "Eclipse." Weitz said he had some early chats with Slade to let him know what "New Moon" was going to look like and how he had filmed the story, and then let Slade decide how he wanted to film the series' third installment.

"It was like the transition team, so I could kind of let him know where things are going," Weitz said. "The transfer of power was very successful. The transition teams coordinated extremely well."

But Weitz said he had no such discussion with "Twilight" director Catherine Hardwicke. (Granted, Weitz was announced as the "New Moon" director after "Twilight" was released.) Instead, he had long conversations with author Stephenie Meyer to make sure she thought he was the right director for the job and to make sure he captured her ideas of "New Moon" correctly.

In addition to it being Meyer's movie, he said it was also a fan's movie, and it was to the fans and Meyer that he felt he owed the most allegiance.

"[I] was reading the book and really trying to pay attention to what I thought the devoted reader would want out of the film," he said. "And I thought, 'Well, they want something grand.' "

"New Moon" will be much more of a blockbuster film than Hardwicke's indie take on "Twilight," Weitz confirmed. But he made sure to clarify that it won't be a blockbuster in the "Transformers" sense — there won't be objects exploding left and right — but in the classic "Doctor Zhivago" or "Seven Samurai" way.

"I think that Catherine Hardwicke had a very current pop sensibility and rock sensibility. I'm a complete square," Weitz said with a laugh. "['New Moon' has] more of an old-school ethic, which won't mean very much to most of the fans that are watching it, but in terms of how we set about shooting it, it probably feels a bit more like my sad attempt to echo David Lean or [Akira] Kurosawa or something like that."


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