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Via gossip_dance/ source
Again from Ate_Ofie. The one and only lol Thanks lovie!
I just want to say hello to all of you and let you know that I'm stoked to be getting underway on the adventure of making BREAKING DAWN. As you've probably heard, I've been given a very warm welcome by Stephenie and Team Summit - who are super-focused, as you know, on getting these movies right.
I'm pretty busy bringing myself up to speed on what you already know by heart: I've read BREAKING DAWN twice, rewatched Catherine's and Chris's movies 2-3 times each, have all four CDs playing in my car, and have Catherine's notebook, Mark Cotta Vaz's companion books, and even Volume 1 of the graphic novel here on my desk - a corner of my office is starting to look like Hot Topic. I realize that this barely qualifies me for "newborn" status in the universe you've been living inside for a few years now, but a guy's gotta start somewhere.
Like many of you, I've always been slightly obsessed with vampires, dating back to the prime-time series DARK SHADOWS, which I followed avidly as a kid. But that alone hadn't been enough to get me interested in making a vampire movie, even though my early screenwriting and directing efforts grew out of a great love for horror movies and thrillers. Since making GODS AND MONSTERS thirteen years ago, however, I've been yearning for a return to a story with Gothic overtones.
The wonderful world that Stephenie has created has obviously struck a chord with you, and I don't think it's difficult to see why. For me, her characters are simultaneously timeless, yet very modern. Rooted in a beautiful, real landscape with a great sense of place, Bella, Edward, Jacob, and the rest of the Forks/La Push menagerie, experience emotions that are primal, and universal: desire, despair, jealousy - and it all comes to fruition in BREAKING DAWN. This is a final chapter in the best sense; not just wide in scope and scale, but emotionally charged and intense throughout.
I'm a huge admirer of the already-iconic Kristen, Robert, and Taylor, and wanted to be the one to work with them as they face the challenges of bringing your beloved characters to the end of their journeys. Really, what could be more fun than that?
Please feel free to ask questions in the comments section below, and I'll do my best to answer them. I hope that this will be the first of many occasions I'll get to check in with you as we set to work bringing BREAKING DAWN to the screen. I am excited and grateful to have all of you alongside me for my TWILIGHT journey.
P.S. Answer #1: No, there won't be any musical numbers
Send your questions HERE
What? No musical numbers? That just sucks. I really wanted to see Edward sing, "Who let the dog out?"
Seriously, uhmm, I like him. He respects the fandom It's a very, very good start! Welcome to the Twilight World, Mr. Condon. Or shall I say Bill?
He is our new BFF, he needs to be...lol
MTV UHQ credit pattinsonlife
Photo by Kimberley French/Summit Entertainment
Same pic from Entertainment Weekly early this month. click here But according to Summit this is new, so whatever! lol
But I hope you enjoy the better quality of the still. I love furry Edward! haha
Robert Pattinson arrived in the Pacific Northwest a couple of days ago to participate. When he wasn’t in front of the cameras immediately after stepping off the plane, many outlets freaked.
Some even suggested a rift between Pattinson and director David Slade, and that the actor was refusing to be cooperative.
This simply is not the case.
As we speak, Pattinson is on the set filming, a source on the scene confirms to Gossip Cop.
“There are absolutely no problems,” a rep for Summit tells Gossip Cop, adding, “Today is the first day of shooting for Robert Pattinson.”
The pick-ups are underway, as scheduled, and speculation about problems should be curbed in favor of facts.
Stir. stir! Eclipse promo is upon us. I'd rather have good news surround the promo for Eclipse than this kind of BS. Rob, Kristen, Taylor, the entire cast, and crew worked hard for this film. Eclipse deserves good publicity and not the alarming kind.
Come on Summit, let the positive energy flow for the Saga's third installment. Enough of this BS!
Amazing vid by Hia80
No words! Just pure wicked Rob wet dream in monochrome hotness! CAUTION: You may or may not stop breathing!
Thanks lahor81 for the heads up!
Dear Anon, Kristen's pic here is from Vanity Fair 2007, from the James White photoshoot. Thanks!
Mystery solved! Nope, not bird poop, nor did Rob ate a box of sugary doughnuts. He didn't also help painting the Eclipse set. lol
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Via kstewartfans Scans byAmora_RK
Thanks to team_kbitch/kstewartfan.org for the pics
I hope that we will get the translation for this soon! But it looks like it a rehashed interview. We'll see.
UPDATE! Reader, Bruna says the feature doesn't have an interview only an article, no newstuff but lots of good info on The Runaways. Thanks girl!
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Rob reported on set 4/29 with Kristen and Tay but left before lunch to meet up with friend Sam, who resides in Vancouver. Obviously, he is still not yet groomed as Edward. Check the scruff. We will def see a clean-shaven Robward next time.
One from last summer
In "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse," which hits theaters June 30, Seattle is ravaged by a series of killings caused by an army of newborn vampires controlled by revenge-seeking bloodsucker Victoria. To combat the threat against Bella ( Kristen Stewart) in this third installment of the franchise, the Cullens must band together and join forces with their sworn enemies, the wolf pack.
"The whole family is in a vulnerable position because of the love we have for Bella," said Elizabeth Reaser, who plays matriarch Esme Cullen. "If she's not OK, we're not OK."
In the past, we've seen the clan hit baseballs so hard that they can play only in a thunder storm, to block out the sound. And we've watched the buttoned-up human imposters welcome Bella into their home as the human girlfriend of one of their own — the handsome Edward.
"This time around, you get to see their true vampire-ness," said Peter Facinelli, who plays head vampire Dr. Carlisle Cullen in the series based on the bestselling books by Stephenie Meyer.
What can we expect from the pale-faced Cullen family (which includes the Hale siblings) this go around? Here's what the actors say audiences can expect from the story and their characters:
Robert Pattinson (as Edward Cullen): Snagging a phone interview with the brooding dreamboat — who was overseas shooting his latest film, "Bel Ami" — proved difficult. So what can we expect from the lovesick Edward? He promises to love Bella "every moment of forever," as the trailer reveals. He's still hesitant about her becoming a vampire. He's determined to protect her from Victoria. And he's vying with Jacob for her affections. Oh, the life of an antique teenage vampire.
OMGEE! New pictorial!
beejelly via KStew411
Here's an excerpt of Kristen's interview bout the "Rob question"
"Constante highlighted spot of comments about her relationship with Robert Pattinson, Kristen understands the interest of fans in her personal life, but limited talking about her relationship: "I'll always keep what's important only for me. I understand people wanting to know about us since we're a couple in fiction and they cheer for us being together." Beejelly on twitter
Interview looks rehashed, it only sounded new because of the translation.
LA Times- Steven Zeitchik Summit confirmed this morning that, as the rumor mill in Hollywood has been churning for weeks, "Dreamgirls" director Bill Condon will come on to direct the fourth installment in the "Twilight" franchise, no doubt prompting an unlikely spike in "Gods & Monsters" DVD sales among teenage girls. (Condon's name was first reported as a "Breaking Dawn" candidate back in March by Entertainment Weekly.)
Condon has generally been thought of as the more logical choice, at least compared to some of the other directors under consideration, like Sofia Coppola and Stephen Daldry.
In making the choice, Summit, which has gone for a different type of director for each film in the franchise, clearly wanted someone with more Oscar chops (Condon's won one and been nominated for a second). That's both because the "Breaking Dawn" material is a little more complicated than the previous books and because with the franchise already an unstoppable juggernaut, they can afford to take a risk, at least a small one.
So what kind of teen-vampire fable will the man responsible for "Dreamgirls," "Gods & Monsters" and "Kinsey" make? None of his previous directing credits are obvious analogues to this movie (though the initial frenzy over him as a candidate was a little baffling; good filmmakers reinvent themselves all the time. And it's nothing compared to Rob Marshall, another man known for musicals, taking on "Pirates of the Caribbean 4").
Each of Condon's directorial films (he also wrote "Chicago," but we'll leave that one out) contains a strand that can be put front and center in "Breaking Dawn" if the director chose (some spoilers ahead if you're not familiar with the novel).
"Dreamgirls," for all its pomp, centers on the larger world persecuting an anointed one, a neat parallel to the ordeal faced by Bella's child. It also tells a sprawling story from several perspectives, as the "Breaking Dawn" novel does.
"Monsters," which tells of the personal and creative trouble of "Bride of Frankenstein" director James Whale, could come in handy if Condon wanted to explore the demons that come from within, a plight particularly faced by Bella throughout the series.
And a "Kinsey" influence would mean the foregrounding of a misunderstood but right-minded outsider, which kind of describes all three main protagonists in the series but especially, in this book, describes Jacob, who breaks away from his family over their murderous intentions for Bella's child.
As a rule, Condon has been preoccupied with the underdog in his movies, though one who ultimately triumphs and finds vindication, which fits nicely with the themes of "Twilight."
Still, plenty of other questions will arise as production moves forward -- namely, whether the film will shoot in 3-D, how the likely second film that will come from the "Breaking Dawn" novel will be developed, and how the timing of this one will unfold, with Summit eager to keep the momentum going but Condon, like most Oscar winners, accustomed to working at a slower pace.
In "Gods & Monsters," Condon depicted a filmmaker beset by troubles as he tried to make an expectation-laden tale of the supernatural. Here's hoping life doesn't imitate art.
We need the right attitude for this last one. We need to be hopeful. We need to stay positive, and we need to be brave at best! Waves hello to Kamin and Guitar Jen! Missing you both!
From dearest Lib "Just like I did for Kris on her B'day, this is is my (very early) gift for Rob's B'day. It's about his effect on his lady :)
I owe the "matching clothes" stuff to my dearest Robstenation blog.
This is for my SKS...three living reasons that keep me going on. It's a shame to say I love you, girls. It's just not enough.
Songs : Underneath your clothes (Shakira) + Winter Song (Sara Bareilles & Ingrid Michaelson) -"
Thanks to my hunnie, Libenet ! Watch and love it! Winter Song is jus perfect, " Is love alive?"
Kristen Stewart, Dakota Fanning, Nikki Reed and Elizabeth Reaser (among others) participated in a photo shoot last Sunday for an issue set to arrive on stands around the time Eclipse hits theaters.
So excited! I dearly hope they didn't forget Ashley Greene. Well, they could have left out the clingy girl. Just a thought. lol
Time 2010 "In our annual TIME 100 issue we name the people who most affect our world."
Robert Pattinson by Chris Weitz.
I have to be careful about what I write here because it will be tweeted the moment TIME hits the stands. And if I say something bad about Rob Pattinson, I'm dead meat. That's the devotion the Twilight films inspire. It's certainly not how he planned it. And though I am continually impressed by the aplomb with which he handles the hysteria, I occasionally think he would take it all back if given the chance. Because essentially, Rob, 23, is a reserved, bookish sort of specimen, a guy who'd rather spend the night at the corner table in the pub with friends — a bit of a weirdo, frankly, in the best sense.
So how to write about someone who seems to answer Freud's rhetorical question, What do women want? Perhaps it's just worth pointing out that it'd be fun to have a beer with him even if he weren't Edward Cullen. That we haven't seen a tenth of what he can do onscreen. And that important things, beyond the veil of Hollywood, occupy his time too — music, conversation, ideas, a sense of the absurd. Which, maybe, explains why he never gets to my e-mails. I love you, Rob! Call me.
Weitz directed The Twilight Saga: New Moon.
CW is so sweet, you just want to squeeze-hug him! I love me some Chris Weitz!
Pre-order your The Runaways DVD, or Blu-Ray, now! No release date available yet. I will just keep you posted.
I also linked the soundtrack and movie poster, for your JettStew addiction.
#6 KRISTEN STEWART NEW ENTRY
A simply stunning debut for the 20-year-old star of the $700m-grossing-and-counting Twilight mega franchise. With one film left in the trilogy (Eclipse), and a BAFTA Rising Star award on her sideboard, the LA-born actress is taking on more challenging roles. First she stars as jailbait rocker Joan Jett in The Runaways, then a Tony Soprano-baiting prostitute in Welcome To The Rileys and finally in K-11 she'll play Butterfly, a male-to-female transsexual with autism, which ironically is also Twilight's target demographic.
Credit goes to ToR and their reader Hitomi via RPLife Click on their sites for the HQ of these pics.