Saturday, March 13, 2010

Dakota Fanning Appears On 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno' To Promote 'The Runaways'








Last night, Dakota Fanning ("Jane" in The Twilight Saga: New Moon and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse) appeared on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno to promote her pending release film The Runaways.
In the interview, Fanning discussed everything from how she celebrated her sixteenth birthday to how she learned Cherie Currie (her character in the film, a real-life person obviously)'s moves with the microphone.
Fanning also discussed the fact that she lent her real voice to the film's singing credentials, noting that this was not only her first time portraying a real character but also the first time she learned that she can sing for a role if needs be.
Fanning is featured on the official soundtrack for The Runaways for her song "Cherry Bomb," and she and co-star Kristen Stewart are featured jointly for their work on "Queens of Noise" and "Dead End Justice."

Another 'New Moon' DVD TV Spot - Love Triangle








Taycob - go away please and do us all a favor. Just sayin'...


P.S. - Dear Summit - why do you only send these things to your "Summit approved" websites?  All us badasses get a hold of them anyway.  Again, just sayin'...


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New 'New Moon' DVD TV Spot - Edward






Shirtless Edward is always a good thing!  6 days and counting until the DVD comes out!


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Apparition Says 'How Much?' To Kristen Stewart Hooker Movie, Welcome to the Rileys




Apparition, the small U.S. distributor bringing you the pre-riot grrrl pop confection The Runaways next weekend, is back in the Kristen Stewart business, having paid a reported seven figures for domestic rights toWelcome to the Rileys — the first second feature from Jake Scott (Ridley’s son) that, like Runaways, also debuted at Sundance.

In Rileys, James Gandolfini plays a sweet, listless insurance salesman in the Midwest, married to a depressed agoraphobe, played by Melissa Leo. Both are still mourning the car accident death of their teenaged daughter. When Gandolfini stumbles upon Stewart’s teen hooker in a New Orleans strip club on a business trip, he decides this kitten is in need of rescuing. He quits his job, and moves into her house (dumpy, but pretty spacious and bright for a teen hooker’s salary!) to put her back on track. Leo, meanwhile, embarks on a road trip to reconnect with her husband.
It’s all a bit mawkish and on-the-nose, a kind of midlife heterosexual male fantasy with some creepy underlying implications (writer Ken Hixon, an actor and screenwriter who co-wrote 1997’s Inventing the Abbots, said that its inspiration came from an encounter with an actual teen stripper), and Gandolfini — the mighty Jupiter of The Sopranos universe — gets lost in the lackluster material. But the deal comes on the strength of Stewart’s marquee value, and as the foul-mouthed, filthy-minded teen with the gnarly complexion at the center of the story, she gives another effective, rough-edged performance — while going a long way towards coloring in some of those libidinous lines left void by the ever-chaste Bella. [Deadline]
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Kristen Stewart & Dakota Fanning Talk To MTV About Seeing The 'Eclipse' Trailer






Kristen & Dakota were interviewed on the red carpet of The Runaways on Thursday night. The two co-stars give a positive reaction to the recent trailer for "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse." (3.12.10)


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The Twilight Saga: Eclipse - Real Exclusive Sneak Peek from DVD & Screencaps








Here's the exclusive footage on the making of Eclipse with some behind the scenes shots that will be on the New Moon DVD!
Did you catch the shot of Edward & Bella on 'the bed'???  It's going to be awesome!






                                                                                                                               


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