Saturday, April 9, 2011

Happy Birthday Kristen Stewart - One Of Hollywood's Newest Leading Ladies


Kristen Stewart
The Twilight Saga. Enough said. But, on top of the actress' leading role in the mega hit vampire flicks (Part One of the final installment Breaking Dawn will hit theaters this November), Stewart recently nabbed the title part in Universal's Snow White and the Huntsman. She'll also be seen opposite Garrett Hedlund and Sam Riley as Marylou later this year in the screen adaptation of Jack Kerouac's On the Road.
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2 New WFE Press Junket Interviews With Rob


The Seven:

Friday, April 8, 2011

Rob Scheduled To Appear On ‘The Today Show’ On April 18th


According to People Rob will be on 'The Today Show' on April 18th:


Happy (Almost) Birthday Kristen - Watch Her Red Carpet Style Evolution


2 New Illustrations From 'Twilight Illustrated Guide' - LaPush & Forks Map


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Thanks to Twilight France for sharing 2 more pages of the Official Illustrated Guide with us today.  Even though I can't read the French, it is still exciting to know in 4 short days I will be able to read it in English!

What we are seeing in these photos are a detailed map of Forks, WA.  It almost looks like a treasure map.  I would love that blown up on a wall. 

The next photo is a drawing of First Beach.  See the page at Twilight France.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Rob's Full Interview With Elle Magazine US

ELLE: How great a novel is Bel Ami?

ROBERT PATTINSON: Amazing. One of my favorites. The script was really good too; Duroy has kind of changed a little bit.

He’s so cynical in the book, but now he’s so convinced that he knows everything and that he’s been wronged, that he ends up being very earnest. He realizes that the whole world he lives in is based on a lie; it angers him so much that he basically wants to burn the whole thing down…and in trying to enjoy everything, he becomes what he hates most: a pompous little shit.

ELLE: Was it fun playing a ladies’ man instead of a celibate?

RP: Completely. I thought it was funny as well—Twilight having quite a bit of a female audience—to play a guy who basically screws women out of money. I like the fact that you never hear of a movie where the bad guy stabs every single person in the back and then wins.

ELLE: So you relished playing a sleazy journalist?

RP: I like the section where he gets a job as a gossip writer and in a completely banal way just makes stuff up—uses the same story and changes the names. I think that still is very, very true.

ELLE: It was once reported that you were pregnant.

RP: Yeah, a couple years ago. That was true, though.

ELLE: Any other odd encounters with the media recently?

RP: A bunch of paparazzi were following me, and I thought the best way to deal with it was to stop my car in the middle of the street and say, “I’m not leaving, and I’m not going to speak to you anymore.” They got all pissed off because they can’t just keep taking the same picture. We were in Venice by the boardwalk, and they kept trying to get all these drug dealers to come up to the car. I was just like, Oh my God, this is insane.

ELLE: Have you ever fantasized about doing something to destroy the “Twilight image” of you?

RP: You know, when the whole thing dries up and there’s hardly any paparazzi around—I don’t know, in 15 years or something—I like the idea of just one paparazzo coming out and trying to get a picture, and I just beat the shit out of him. I mean—out of nowhere—when my picture’s not even worth…and I’ve spent all my money, so you can’t sue me!

ELLE: Is your idea of hell to end up at age 45 posing with Twilighters at a comic book convention?

RP: I mean, that would be totally fine—if I didn’t have any responsibilities, if it didn’t affect my career anymore. I did a couple of those after Harry Potter, when I was totally unemployed. You can have so much fun. There are so many weirdos there.

ELLE: Have you had many near-death experiences?

RP: Yes, loads. I am the worst driver in the world. Every time I get in a car, I call up my parents and say goodbye.

ELLE: What percentage of evil do you think you are?

RP: I mean, I used to think it was more—around 40. I think I was overestimating. I think it’s more like 3, which is very disappointing.

ELLE: Here’s a line from Maupassant: “The essence of life is the smile of round female bottoms, under the shadow of cosmic boredom.” Any thoughts?

RP: That is an absolutely true quote. Round female bottoms are very much a miracle.

ELLE: What would have to happen to make tonight unforgettable? Anything you want.

RP: I just got a little dog, so I’m having a very girly night here with my pup, a rescue mutt. It’s going to sound like I’m making this up.

ELLE: What women did you daydream about as a teen?

RP: I was always obsessed with Kate Moss. On my bedroom wall I had a poster of Linda Blair and Kate Moss. I always liked Jane Fonda. Who else? Ellen Burstyn.

ELLE: Are you ever embarrassed these days?

RP: I guess if you’re constantly in public, you’re not embarrassed about anything. But dancing is my Achilles’ heel—I don’t even try. It’s like, “Come on, dance!” “No, I’m not getting up!” I can freestyle by myself with no one watching. I’m a great dancer then.

ELLE: Director Chris Weitz (The Twilight Saga: New Moon) once described you as “bookish” and a “weirdo…in the best sense.”

RP: I guess I used to be weirder. When you’re confronted with yourself too much, you start to think, Jesus Christ, you’re so fucking boring. And the more you think you’re boring, the more you become boring. I talk about myself too much now.

ELLE: Have you seen the documentary Robsessed?

RP: I’ve seen bits, because someone said, “All your friends are being interviewed in it and talking about you,” and I was like, “What the fuck?” So I watched it. I love these people pretending to be my friends and pretending to have met me, having insider knowledge—and actually some kind-of-famous people who’ve never met me, they just destroy their credibility in one swoop. The one frightening thing is they’ve got it on iTunes, and I looked at all the comments and almost every single comment was, “Who is this idiot making a documentary about himself? Who does he think he is?”

ELLE: What are some descriptions of you that you’ve had enough of?

RP: I never got the “brooding” thing. I’ve had about enough of that.

ELLE: What would you like to replace it with?

RP: Brooded. “Rob Pattinson looking brooded.” Brooded: It’s, like, after you’ve finished brooding.

Rob Will Be On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' On April 20th For WFE Promo

Get your tickets HERE

First Reviews Are In For 'Water For Elephants'

No Spoilers

Water for Elephants directed by Francis Lawrence is a beautiful and very romantic movie with a lot of emotion. A Hollywood movie made to resemble traditional American cinema. Beautiful scenery, a beautiful story and a happy ending... and let's not forget the amazing actors. Robert Pattinson is simply excellent and more beautiful and seductive than ever before. Stepping far from the character of Edward Cullen, he plays a veterinarian in a circus during the 1930s. In this role he proves that he is an excellent actor. Reese Witherspoon is equally good and her chemistry with Robert is beautiful... there is no doubt that this movie will become the great success that it deserves to be. People will certainly talk about it for a long time to come.


Good news for fans of romantic movies, Water for Elephants respects the rules of the genre perfectly. A simple hero, a femme fatale trapped with a tyrannical husband, an impossible love... all the ingredients are there to make this new film directed by Francis Lawrence a success, especially due to its dream cast. Water for Elephants is a suprising turn for the director of Constantine and I Am Legend. The fears about his unfamiliarity with the romantic genre were understandable but in this movie he quickly proves that he has understood the expectations of his new audience.

Water for Elephants proportions perfectly the ingredients needed to make a traditional romantic movie without adding too much sweetness into the mix. However, one could be put off by the opening: an old man telling his story, narrating it as a voice-over - the opening is in fact the only bad thing about the film. Once the film takes us into the past of the hero, Jacob (Robert Pattinson) the story shifts without difficulty into a well constructed classic scenario based not only on romantic issues but also on the nomad universe in which the characters evolve. A universe that Lawrence chose to convey not through the prism of baroque fantasy or dreams but with realism, with all the social misery that the period of the Great Depression entailed. The metaphorical dimension of the train whose employees have become useless is inescapable. This is the context in which Robert Pattinson plays the archetypal character of an educated young man turned outcast following the death of his parents who becomes a foreigner in his own world and decides to abandon it. As you might expect, he falls in love with Marlena (Reese Witherspoon), the wife of August (Christoph Waltz), the violent and unstable boss.

With ambitious art direction, the charm of Water for Elephants obviously also rests on its cast: Robert Pattinson and Reese Witherspoon form a very cute couple on screen. Getting away from Twilight and recently seen in Remember Me, Robert Pattinson proves in this film that his talent is not limited to portraying handsome hunks and makes a very endearing Jacob, armed with his boyish smile. However Francis Lawrence sometimes misses opportunities for sensuality in the scenes between the hero and his partner. The filmmaker manages to raise tensions at the height of the love triangle, with Christoph Waltz excelling in the role of the powerful psychopath who is both terrifying and unpredictable. This is done differently to the style of Tarantino. Yet, emotions are truly heightened through the character of Rosie the elephant who will become the object of a power struggle both within the circus and in Marlena's heart. Animal lovers, this film is for you.

So yes, with its familiar themes and melodramatic moments (which are tastefully done and not too pronounced), this new Francis Lawrence creation is one of those romantic movies that will quickly find its way into people's hearts. It demonstrates that classicism in a movie is not always a drawback. Water for Elephants is like one of those candies that, provided it is not eaten too often, can bring the most wonderful dream to life.


'The Twilight Saga: The Official Illustrated Guide': See Bella In Her Wedding Dress -- EXCLUSIVE


EW has not one but two exclusive images from Stephenie Meyer’s new book, The Twilight Saga: The Official Illustrated Guide, which goes on sale April 12: Bella as a vampire and Bella in her wedding dress.

A nice walk-up to the first Breaking Dawn film, no? I didn’t expect to like the first Twilight graphic novel as much as I did, and these illustrations are by that book’s illustrator, Young Kim, who did such a great job bringing Meyer’s characters to life.

What do you think? Is this how you visualize Bella in the upcoming film?

Has Kristen Stewart's 'Snow White' Found Its Huntsman In Hugh Jackman?

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Hugh Jackman has been offered the lead male role in Snow White and the Huntsman, a source close to the actor confirms to Gossip Cop.

He has not yet signed on to the project, which will be directed by Rupert Sanders and is slated to open production later this year.

Kristen Stewart is expected to star in the title role, with Charlize Theron also attached.

Snow White and the Huntsman is not to be confused with Tarsem Singh’s The Brothers Grimm: Snow White, which has Lily Collins and Armie Hammer, as well as Julia Roberts as the evil queen.

There has not yet been an announcement for a third Snow White movie to further complicate matters. Stay tuned.

HBO First Look At 'Water For Elephants' - Over 25 Minutes Of Footage

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Rob To Appear On 'Live With Regis & Kelly' And 'The Ellen Show' For WFE Promo

TV Guide lists Rob as a guest on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on April 20th (Via)

According to Late Night Lineups Rob will be a guest at Live with Regis and Kelly on April 18th. Reese is scheduled for April 19th and Christoph for April 20th.

You can get tickets for the show here.

24 New Beautiful 'Water For Elephants' Stills

New Footage Of Rob & Reese's Interview With E! News

New Pictures Of Rob From The 'Water For Elephants' Press Junket & Conference

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