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Monday, January 31
Security will be tighter than ever when The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn returns to Vancouver after filming in Brazil and Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Although Twilight fans had more open interaction with New Moon and Eclipse than they did with Twilight, it appears that Twilighters may not be so lucky with Breaking Dawn.
According to the tweets of MetroVanFilms, it sounds like security will be tighter on Breaking Dawn than the previous films of The Twilight Saga.The first tweet was a reminder that production on Breaking Dawn will soon begin in Vancouver in February and continue through April. The second tweet spoke of the security that Twilighters and paparazzi can expect for Breaking Dawn. “TSBD creates complex "Confinement Unit" to deal with fans and block/harass paparazzi.”
Although it sounds like the production is simply taking the usual security measures given the popularity of Twilight stars Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner, the use of "complex Confinement Unit" is certainly an interesting choice of words. What that really means is anyone's guess, but fans will definitely be confined to limited Twilight access in Vancouver.
Mackenzie Foy will be joined by 3 other child stars who would portray Edward and Bella's daughter. "Mackenzie Foy’s face will be digitally transferred onto these 3 little girls’s bodies to show Renesmee’s rapid growth." via NessieMackenzie
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Spoilers!(i'd like to be spoiled..lol)
Can you talk about the roles you did in Jane Eyre and Bel Ami, which you also have coming out this year?
GRAINGER: When I was younger, I always wanted to do period drama and never got to do it, until last January. And then, this last year was just period drama after period drama. I have a small part in Jane Eyre. I’m one of the Rivers sisters that saves Jane (Mia Wasikowska) from destitution. They’re a very lovely, very godly, very pure family. Bel Ami is the opposite. My character is more like Lucrezia. She’s an evil little witch that knows what she wants and is out to get the guy that she wants. She’s willing to upset her mom and upset anyone, just to get the guy that she wants.
Did you get to work with Robert Pattinson?
GRAINGER: Yeah, my character’s scenes are mainly with Rob ‘cause she marries him in the end. She does get him.
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This pic from their old movie "The Bad Mother's Handbook"
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Previously we have their interview in Bazaar HERE , now we have the collage!Its so Blessed!hahahaha..
And btw our beloved biggest supplier, Anita aka @rk810 has a blog for her beautiful collages now, u can see her collections at Robstencollages here Congratz bb!
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Perhaps one of you missed this magazine and interview..so here it is again..flove this interview and 'newlyweds' game!lol
Who spends more time on their hair?
Rob: “I have weird personal-space issues, and so I can’t stand people — um, I’ll do anything to not have any touch-ups.”
Kristen: “Rob. In a very childish way, in every aspect of his life. He’ll literally start talking in a different voice if he’s won something. He sounds like a five-year-old.”
Rob: “I’d say it was even. She said me? Really? When I really win things, it’s just like…” [Kristen is correct: He makes a noise like a five-year-old.]
Kristen: “I’m definitely claiming that one. Rob can barely jump rope. I call him Flippy because when he does his stunt rehearsals, he flips around [makes a gesture like a penguin]. And, God, when he tries to run …”
Rob: “Kristen. You notice it in the film; she looks so much more athletic than I do. And I’m supposed to be the superhero.”
Kristen: “I’d have to say him. I hope he says him too actually. Like every time he looks in the mirror and he twists his hair. Actually, he could give a fuck about his hair. I hope that sarcasm translates.”
Rob: “It’s kind of a tie. We’re both pretty proud people. Her ego is more solid than mine, but mine has soared to such peaks, it’s ridiculous. Mine’s more erratic, but it can get to a point when it’s, like, godlike. Only in my eyes, of course. Sometimes just when I say hello the right way, I’m like, Whoa, I’m so cool.”
Who Googles themselves more?
Rob: “She would say me, but I reckon it’s her. If either one of us catches the other one doing it, we’re like, Jesus Christ, is that what you’re looking at? And the other one’s on their phone pretending to text. I look up my competition more than she does. I’m incredibly shallow. I think she just looks at herself.”
Who’s the better musician?
Kristen: “Rob. He’s a great singer. Heartbreaking.”
The most outgoing?
Rob: “I was once, but not so much anymore. Kristen’s a little more open now.”
Kristen: “Who can hang? Definitely me. He’s very sensitive. He’s got a fragile ego.”
Kristen: “Rob. He’s a little bit more paranoid, so that feeds into superstition more.”
Rob: “I am. I believe a lot in karma and stuff. Like when I end up with egg on my face, I’m like, Fate! I was born doomed. But I think it’s more being an idiot than superstitious.”
11 Facts you didn’t know about Rob and Kristen -
Rob: On Driving“My dad’s a car dealer, but I grew up in London, so I always say I don’t drive…I get driven. I got a driving lesson in Oregon, and then I bought a car in L.A. and I basically learned how to drive by people honking at me. I’m terrible at driving.”Kristen: On Cats vs. DogsIf she could be an animal, she’d be a cat. “With cats, you’re like, ‘Come here!’ And they’re standing there being like, ‘Fuck you!‘”Rob: On Laundry“In London, doing the washing was a bi-annual thing, a giant mission. Me and my flatmate had BMX [bikes] and we’d have two of them and this massive laundry sack, a convoy.”Kristen: On Menswear“I think it’s sexy when chicks wear black slouchy trousers — fitted, but slouchy. I look at designer clothes on Rob and I’m like, ‘I want those pants, man.’”Rob: On Anonymity“I kind of wish people didn’t know who I am, that I could just lie, say I’m a speechwriter for Obama. This is what I said before Twilight. And then Obama came along and picked up all these young writers. I found out this guy, Jon Favreau — who’s not the actor Jon Favreau — is writing for him. And I was like, ‘Wow, I wonder if the people who thought I was bullshitting at the time are like, ‘Oh my god. That guy! That kid who was drunk in some bar actually wrote the health care bill!’”Kristen: On Stature“I’m 5’6″. I feel like I should be taller. I feel like I’m smaller than my mental stature. I should be 5’10″. 5’10″ would be very good.”Rob: On Money“I don’t spend any money. The only thing I’ve really bought is my car, which cost $1,500 and keeps exploding. It would be nice to buy a house for my parents, but at the same time my parents are so comfortable where they live; they would probably just feel like it was a burden. I wear the same clothes every day and the only thing I used to splurge on was DVDs.”Kristen: On Acting“Anything that I do for work, I’m nervous about. If I’m not nervous about it, then I shouldn’t be doing it.”Rob: On Modeling“I peaked at 12. There are so many photos from that time where I look unbearably awkward. I’d just be looking in random directions and stuff.”Kristen: On Baking“I make really good pie. Apple pie — it’s the best.”Rob: On Dancing He says dancing makes him nervous. “I used to be really good, but then something happened in my brain.”
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Winner - Kristen Stewart
Kristen Stewart has been catapulted to fame by her starring role as Bella in the Twilight Saga. She has been nominated for numerous Young Artist awards for her roles in films such as Panic Room, Cold Creek Manor and Into the Wild.
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Sunday, January 30
2. Tyler’s Death – “Remember Me.” In “Remember Me,” Robert Pattinson plays Tyler, a troubled young adult. Despite much foreshadowing, it is easy to be caught off guard by Tyler’s death scene at the end of the movie. A zooming camera reveals Tyler standing inside one of the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center on September 11th.
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SG: So your musical beginnings were friends and family-based, and then so were your first big steps out into wider acclaim—outside London, out into the world, with your schoolmate Robert (Pattinson)…
SB: It’s still all friend-based. I don’t work with anyone that isn’t a friend. My band, my booking agent, my manager… Everyone I want to work with, I want to have a relationship that is stronger than just work. As far as the connection with Rob, he’s a friend—that’s it. There’s no special story. The special story is in our friendship. That’s it. There’s nothing grand about it. I got a song on this Twilight soundtrack—that opened up a bigger audience than I was ready for, perhaps, and then it was up to me to keep the music-lovers, and expand and grow on and through and past and with that.
SG: I can’t let you go and not go back to Rob for one final question, but I don’t want to get you into any trouble…
SB: You can’t get me into trouble. I can get me into trouble.
SG: Good point. But I’ll try not to lead you into any trouble.
SB: That’s fine, because I can deflect. I’ve been doing it for years.
SG: I bet you have. You’ve been mates for a long, long time. As surreal as life must be for him, which is up way up there, you have seen that from one step removed, and you have a sense of what that means as you’re an artist on the road connecting with people as well although maybe not quite to the “Beatles running down the street in ‘Help’” thing that he’s been going through. What does that leave you thinking? From what you’ve seen from him, what impact does that have on you? Does that end up being a blessing—you get to see how that can be from a pseudo-safe distance?
SB: If I thought about it and if I dissected it in any way, that wouldn’t be a healthy thing. It just is. There’s no difference in anything I do. There’s no difference in anything he does. There’s no difference in anything any friend I have, whether it be my wife… It just doesn’t make a difference. I’m gonna keep doing what I’m gonna do. Robert Pattinson is going to keep doing what he’s gonna do. Tom Sturridge is gonna keep doing what he’s gonna do. Bobby Long is gonna keep doing what he’s gonna do. Marcus Foster is gonna keep doing what’s he’s gonna do. Angus McNeice is gonna keep doing what he’s gonna do. Anyone I know are gonna do what they’re gonna do, and that’s not changed anything.
Number 1 - She already has a prince charming!...But no matter who will cast as a prince charming, we KNOW that Kristen and Robert will always find a way to spend their fairytale time together off screen.
Awwwww!Love number 1 reason!hahahaha..and the host said was a TRUFAX
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Saturday, January 29
Most Notable Films of 2011
On the Road
Cast: Sam Riley, Garrett Hedlund, Kristen Stewart, Viggo Mortensen, Amy Adams
Director: Walter Salles
Summary: Sal Paradise, a writer holed up in a room at his aunt's house, gets inspired by Dean Moriarty to hit the road and see America. From the moment he gets on the seven train out of New York City, he begins a journey that explores the highs and lows of hitchhiking, bonding with fellow explorers and opting for beer before food.
Analysis: The term 'long gestating' film takes on a whole new meaning with this adaptation of what many consider the definitive novel of the Beat Generation. For over over five decades now there's been talk of a film adaptation of Jack Kerouac's autobiographical book about his time spent traveling America in the 1940's with his friend Neal Cassady. Kerouac wanted to play his literary counterpart Sal himself alongside Marlon Brando as the Cassady-inspired Dean back in the late 50's when the book first came out.