Saturday, April 2, 2011

Breaking Dawn Cast Arrive In Vancouver For Wedding Scene Filming Starting This Weekend

Wedding Bells for Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart – Onscreen




Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson are getting ready to walk down the aisle – as their characters Bella Swan and Edward Cullen. 

The (onscreen and off) lovebirds are beginning to wrap up primary filming of 
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, both parts 1 and 2, which is expected to finish this month – but not before they shoot the scene where the mortal Bella and vampire Edward tie the knot. 

In anticipation of the big scene, many
Breaking Dawn cast members have been arriving in Squamish, Canada. Anna Kendrick, Justin Chon, Gil Birmingham, Christian Serratos and Ashley Greene are among those who've so far come to town for wardrobe fittings and for hair and make-up.

Also spotted nearby:

• Kellen Lutz having a casual lunch in the lounge of Rockwell's Restaurant, where he was reading a book and checking his phone, according to a witness. 

• Mackenzie Foy, who plays 
Stewart and Pattinson's child, was spotted skipping around the grounds of her hotel with her mother. Several Twilightfans recognized the young star and waved. She enthusiastically waved back before heading back inside. 

• Jackson Rathbone was also out for a walk enjoying the spring sunshine recently when he was swarmed by a group of 'tween girls who'd been celebrating a birthday lunch in the hotel restaurant. They offered him a bouquet of Gerber daisies and giggled as they spoke with him. Jackson graciously accepted the flowers and thanked the girls. 

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Taylor Lautner was snapped having dinner at one of his favorite sushi restaurants in Squamish on Thursday. The star, who was dressed down in sweat pants and a hoodie, appeared relaxed, according to an observer 

• And Peter Facinelli is clearly hard at work: The actor, who plays Carlisle Cullen, Tweeted on Wednesday: "All nighter tonight @ work. Sleep tight. I'll be lurching in the woods."

Breaking Dawn Honeymoon Reshoots Taking Place In Florida?


This is not confirmed, but it seems Breaking Dawn may spend a day or two in Florida to shoot.

I first heard this a few days ago when someone told me there were some re-shoots of the honeymoon water scene that needed to be done. The lighting was off from original shoot. NO location given just that they had to re-shoot some of it.

Yesterday someone else told me the same thing but that they were shooting them somewhere on Vancouver Island.

Now this seemed absurd, even in the summer our waters are quite chilly, but in April? FREEZING!

Then today I was talking to someone who told me that while booking talent for WFE release parties Rob was unavailable for particular dates because he was in Florida for Breaking Dawn and Reese was already in Europe for WFE promotion / junket (with Rob joining her right after his Florida shoot.)

I asked another friend who is usually "in the know" and was told Florida honeymoon scenes were indeed scheduled.

So, based on all this it 
SEEMS there may be a day or two shoot right before Easter weekend in Florida.... No one mentioned a city, and I can't confirm 100% this is correct, but for now it seems likely just based on the number of separate people saying it.

Time will tell for certain but Florida peeps keep your eyes and ears open.... Just in case!





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Robert Pattinson and Reese Witherspoon find forbidden love under the big top in their new period drama 'Water for Elephants,' and Reese says the film is "full of peril and drama and danger and love and romance."

"It's that kind of romance that is about second chances," explains Reese. "Sometimes you can be in your life and sort of trapped in a circumstance that you just can't get out of, and one day someone comes along and throws you a rope and you have an opportunity at a new life."

Based on the best-selling novel by Sara Gruen, 'Water for Elephants' follows an elderly man (Hal Holbrook) reminiscing about his days working as an animal caretaker at a circus. A young veterinary school student (Robert) witnessing the beauty and brutality of life under the big top, he falls for Marlena (Reese), the captivating star performer, and suffers the wrath of her charismatic but dangerous husband, August (Christoph Waltz).

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"He falls in love with her at first sight," says Robert of his character. "She just seems kind of magical to him, and she doesn't see herself as that at all. She sees herself as just like a work horse, that's it, and thinks there's no fantasy in life and all, and he just refuses to see her as anything else other than this complete fantasy figure."

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Friday, April 1, 2011

New 'Water For Elephants' TV Spot With New Dialogue Set To Florence & The Machine's 'Cosmic Love'






Love this song. Going to love this movie.

Filmmaker Statement Regarding Breaking Dawn Leaks From Bill Condon, Stephenie Meyer, Wyck Godfrey & Summit



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Dear Twilight Saga fans,

As some of you may know, pictures and screen grabs of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn as a work in progress have leaked on the internet. We are extremely proud of this film and also extremely heartbroken to see it out there at this stage.

The film and these images are not yet ready or in their proper context. They were illegally obtained and their early dissemination is deeply upsetting to the actors, the filmmakers and Summit who are working so hard to bring these movies to fruition to you in November 2011 and November 2012.

Please, for those who are posting, stop. And please, though the temptation is high, don’t view or pass on these images. Wait for the film in its beautiful, finished entirety to thrill you.

Sincerely,

Stephenie Meyer, Bill Condon, Wyck Godfrey and Summit Entertainment




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New Italian 'Water For Elephants' Trailer With NEW Scenes



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Thursday, March 31, 2011

Breaking Dawn Honeymoon Pics Leaked & Tweaked!




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As we are sure you Twi-hards already noticed, about a dozen scandalous Breaking Dawn honeymoon pictures of Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart were leaked early this afternoon. And, man, were they good!

Until, they were quickly, and we're guessing for production reasons, taken down.

Regardless, the snapshots were frisky and the hottest we've seen from Robsten yet. For those of you slowpokes who didn't get the honeymoon sneak peek we can vouch...and describe.


Kristen riding Robert in bed, nose-kissing on their wedding day and even cuddling over Bella's precious baby bump!

It was all laid out there for you guys (and us) to drool over.

There were even some dramatic pictures of Edward carrying an injured Bella and of the two of them gazing into each other's eyes as they sit on the floor. I mean, the true love exuding from these photos was just mind-boggling.
Issue is, some made us double-take for all the wrong, unbelievable reasons.

Question is: Were these actual photos or were they video stills? Or both? The powers that be that protect all things Breaking Dawn are still trying to determine, we're sure. But don't count on nuthin' from Summit. Folks there are saying bubkes, per usual.

Regardless, the "photographer" of the shots had basically morphed K.Stew from a vampire into an elf in one picture where she and Rob were standing a few tense feet apart. Her face looked too pointy and her body was bigger than usual. Not to mention Rob was sporting a creepy, totally tweaked smile.

Still, of those realistic-looking photos, it was the sex scenes that looked the most authentic. And that's all everyone really cares about, right? Those seemed legit and hot on so many levels, right? We're told yes on the first pondering. 

Everybody knows the answer to the second!



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Editing 'Water For Elephants' - New Behind The Scenes Video



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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Stephenie Meyer Talks Vamp Bella, The WEDDING SCENE & Renesmee's Birth To USA TODAY!!!


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Ten lucky Twilight fans from around the world have come to this metropolitan Canadian city of Vancouver to meet the mega-selling author whose young-adult novels about an alluring vampire and his human soul mate have entranced them since 2005.
This two-day chat fest with Meyer, which took place last Friday and Saturday, was a top-secret affair. Even the attendees weren't told where in the world they'd be meeting with Meyer until after they were notified they were among the chosen 10.
But every Twilight fan intuitively knows why Vancouver, home of the 2010 Winter Olympics, is a logical meeting place — the cast and crew of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 and Part 2, the final movies based on the four-book series, have been filming here since mid-February.
•The much-anticipated wedding of Edward and Bella has not been filmed yet, but Stewart is being fitted for the as-yet-unrevealed bridal gown. "It's such an interesting mix," says Meyer. "It has a vintage feel, but at the same time, there's an edge to it. It's really beautiful. And then on Kristen — oh, she looks amazing in clothes —and in that dress she's so lithe and unbelievable."
At the end of Day 2's discussions and a round of book signings and photo ops, Meyer sits down with USA TODAY to share more details about her busy life and filming Breaking Dawn. (This reporter was the only journalist invited to attend this international fan event.)
Fans, says Meyer, can expect a surprising performance when Stewart transforms from human to vampire. "She's created a new character. I was really impressed. I've only really seen her as (the human) Bella, so to have her step up and change it in the right way — she didn't have to talk to me. She knew. She knows the character so well now. She has really good instincts, and she looks amazing."
Meyer says the first Breaking Dawn movie may end "when Bella opens her eyes as a vampire. That's the way it's been shot. They can still do it any other way, but I think that's the general idea. You kind of have to get there in the first film. That way you have all the time in the world to explore being a vampire and those exhilarating first moments."

It hasn't hit her yet

On the filming of the birth of Bella and Edward's baby, Renesmee, which in the novel is frightening and horrific, she says, "I've only seen a rough cut and there are pieces missing, but I don't feel like it's graphic. You're not seeing it, but you know what's happened. It's emotional. It doesn't feel horror-ish. There's blood, probably the most blood we've ever seen in the series. But everything's in flux; we'll see in the final cut."
With the second Breaking Dawn movie not out until 2012, Meyer's emotional connection to the Twilight world will be an intimate one for months to come. She's waiting for the moment when the finality of it hits.
"I don't know when it's going to get me," she says, "but I know it will, and at that point I'm going to be a sobbing mess on the floor."


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Full translation thanks to CSI_Robsten

You don’t have to be intelligent to understand that, generally speaking, there’s worse than becoming a poster guy who has to hide from hordes of screaming fans into five-star hotels all around the world. And Robert Pattinson sounds very intelligent. He’s young (he’s turning 25 in May), has a lot of money, success, a job which loads of people envy him and could have all the women he wants. Yet, it stands out a mile he’s not happy about it. And I guess the reason is that he is intelligent enough to understand not to be so special.

He’s very down to earth, while everyone around him goes crazy. That makes him a good guy, but terribly alone. We wouldn’t be surprised if one day he decided to pack and leave. I met him some weeks ago for the promotion of his new movie Water For Elephants.

He’s just bought a dog. He really wanted it. “I don’t know how I’ll handle it, but if you have to travel around the world, it’s good to have a mate. I took him from the animal shelter: I laugh if I think that he went from a shelter to a suit of the Four Season Hotel.” It’s not what happened to him. Well, almost.

Rob was born in London; his mother worked for a modeling agency, and his father Richard, imported vintage cars from the U.S; when he was a child he thought he would deal with International relations. But then he got the part of Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter and the goblet of fire. It happened by chance as well as for the the role of Edward Cullen that has changed his life.

Music was his passion, but he had to put it aside for now. “I play sometimes, but you have to be concentrated to do it seriously, and I do not have so much time right now.” I point out that many actors do both, he bursts out laughing “yeah, but look at the results. It’s embarassing”.

So, apart from changing the subject when speaking about his relationship with Kristen Stewart (not even Oprah managed to make him talking), Robert says he spends his time working (mostly) and among beers, gym, cigarettes and junk food. But he really needs to sleep, he adds. “I worked last night. I’ve just come back from Lousiana”. Luckily at that age, sleep deprivation doesn’t make wrinkles on your face, but makes it look sexier somehow.

In Louisiana he’s shooting the first and the second part of Breaking Dawn at once. The first one is coming out on November 18th, 2011. Meanwhile in LA, Rob’s trying to build a career outside of Twilight. In Water For Elephants he plays Jacob, a veterinary school student struck by his parents’ death. With no money and no home, he starts wandering until he sees a train of a circus and jumps on it. There he meets two creatures: the elephant Rosie, and the star of the show Marlena (Reese Witherspoon), who is also the despotic ringmaster’s wife (Christopher Waltz).

Is it true that the first thing you do when you are given a script is read the first and the last line?
“If the screenwriter is good, the beginning and the its work and there’s a 75% chance it’s a good story. Otherwise, the best thing to do is forget it. Today the problem is that scripts with the worst-written first pages are those that are made into movies and and make more money.”

-Are you saying that Twilight is bad-written?
“Things don’t always work this way. But it’s true that when I first read it, it didn’t appeal to me. I couldn’t understand what was so special and why everybody was so into it.”

- Water For Elephants is a romantic movie.
“Yeah, but what appealed to me was the historical period, the Great Depression and the circus. It’s so intriguing. Chlidren don’t dream of running away with a film crew, but with the circus. It still happens today, I guess. At least they did in the 30’s, when there was no tv and no cinema down the street. Besides I liked that it was also about animals and and human-animal relationship (he stops and bursts out laughing). I know, it sounds weird this way.”

-Anyway, the fact remains that it’s mostly about the love story between Jacob and Marlena.
“In the beginning, you may think “oh there comes the guy, he’s going to meet the girl and it’ll be love at first sight. Then they’re going to run away together”. But it’s not like this. It’s a more complex story. Jacob falls in love with Marlena, but doesn’t try to bring her with him. She first kisses him and then rejects him, but indeed he accepts her choice. She will always be an extraordinary woman to him, no matter what. Jacob just wants to give and doesn’t ask for anything in return. That’s the best kind of relationship.”

-Could you ever have a relationship with a married woman?
“Life is not black and white. There are married couples that never see each other. Is that marriage? But there’s a thing I’ve never got, that is why do people cheat?”

-You can’t understand a behavior which is typical of the majority of people nowadays.
“I can understand the impulse, but not how you can keep two relationship going at the same time for long. This usually happens to people with children, but I can’t really get why a non-commitment guy would choose to date four girls at the same time either. It must be hell, especially for men”.

-Why especially for men?
“I think it’s more complicated for men, because somehow they have to “provide for” their women. I’m not talking about money support, but about enthusiasm: they have to cultivate the relationship. Doing it with more women at the same time would be very hard, a real work.”

- Are you saying that because you’ve already tried?
“I’m not the casual-affair kind of guy. If I choose to be with someone it’s because I really want it. When I have a relationship, I’m 100% into it. If I felt like seeing more women at once then I wouldn’t go around saying “this is my girlfriend”.

- So you do not believe in cheating. And what about the until-death-us-do-part love, like the one in movies?
“My mother was 17 and my father was 25 when they met, they’re still together and look very happy. I’ve grown up believing that you can stay with the same person throughout your life.

- Speaking about parents, in Vanity Fair you played Reese Witherspoon’s son. But then your part was cut from the movie during the editing.
“It was my first movie. She was already famous, and I remember she was very nice to me: she always asked me if I wanted to read the lines together, if I had doubts or questions”.

- In less than 10 years you’ve turned from being mother and son into lovers. What do you think about it?
“Well, looking back on it, I think that let me play her son didn’t make any sense. I mean, she wasn’t even 28, she was too young to have a kid. That’s why they decided to cut it, apart from other problems. Another reason was that our scene together was way too depressing. The problem was that nobody told me anything. I found it out when I went to see it. At the end, someone was supposed to ask Reese “Are you going to meet Rawdy?”, that was the name of my character. She was supposed to say yes and there I would have come. But she said “no”.

- Bel Ami, starrring Christina Ricci, Uma Thurman and Kristin Scott Thomas, is coming out this year as well. You play the part of a seducer and make sex with lots of women. Then we have Breaking Dawn in November, where you and Bella finally have sex. You mentioned many times your unease shooting these kinds of scenes. Are you getting used to it?
“It wasn’t that difficult in Bel Ami, since we were dressed most of the time. Twilight worried me a lot instead: there are high expectations and everybody is talking about it. So I went to the gym every day for a month. It was the first time I was in shape in all my life.

- Was a month enough time?
“Yes, but anyway I could’t have done it for longer. Oh, you forgot Cosmopolis. That’s plenty of sex scenes. In one of them a girl shoots me with an electic gun, it’s crazy!”

- So going back to my question, are you getting used to it?
“I don’t know. But I know I will have to go back to the gym.

-You are not a physical fitness buff, aren’t you?
“I go from one extreme to the other: before starting work I practice for four hours per day, every day. Then I stop. It’s the same story with alcohol: all or nothing. In Louisiana it’s very difficult to resist temptation; but I found out that if I drink 5 beers a day, doing sport is useless. Try as you might, your body won’t change. I think I should really stop drinking, too.


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