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Robert Pattinson at the Oscars Interview!!!!!

February 24, 2009

Please thank E!News for this great video. Please enjoy the interview made by Ryan Seacrest.

 

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Taylor Lautner’s Wig Issue

February 18, 2009
Taylor Lautner

Taylor Lautner

Taylor Lautner had a hairy situation with his wig inTwilight– and is hoping for a strand of relief in New Moon– Taylor told Teen mag: “When I first heard that I was going to be wearing a wig I was really excited. “I was like “Cool, I have never worn a wig before, this is going to be fun change my look up a bit.” “But then, after the first day of filming I was through with it. It was really itchy, it was always getting in my face! I’d be trying to eat lunch and it’s in my mouth and, yeah, even when were filming the scenes and I’m talking and it’s in my mouth and agh! It was quite the adventure with the wig.” He won’t be wearing the wig much in New Moon. Taylor explains: “The good news is when he (Jacob) transforms into a werewolf he cuts the long hair off, so I’d have regular hair.” 

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Robert Pattinson might be presenting at the Oscars this Sunday also!!!!!

February 18, 2009

Robert Pattinson

Zac EfronWith rumors flying that young stars like Zac Efron, Miley Cyrus and Robert Pattinson are going to make appearances in one form or another at Sunday’s Academy Awards, it seems that producers are attempting to recover from last year’s all time low ratings, perhaps with a little stunt casting.

Efron is rumored to be presenting Best Original Song and hitting the stage with his “High School Musical” co-star and real-life girlfriend, Vanessa Hudgens, E! Onlince reports. Sources told the site that the Disney stars will join Beyonce and host, Hugh Jackman onstage for a musical number directed by “Australia” helmer Baz Luhrman. “Mamma Mia!” stars Amanda Seyfried and Dominic Cooper are also rumored to be participating in the number if their scheduling conflicts are resolved.

The show’s producers have said that for this year’s broadcast they want to shake things up, so lining up a roster of young megastars may be just the formula to do that. Rumors began surfacing on Monday that “Twilight” heartthrob Robert Pattinson will present an award. No word yet on what he’ll be presenting or if Kristen Stewart will be by his side.

Of course, we can’t forget the presence of the teen queen herself, Miley Cyrus. While Hannah Montana isn’t yet scheduled to take the stage to perform or present, E! reports that she will be present in support of “Bolt,” which is up for Best Animated Feature.

Reps from the Academy Awards had not responded for comment on the rumored lineup by press time.

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Catherine Hardwicke Interview!!!!

February 13, 2009
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Twilight Director talks of why she isn’t directing New Moon….

February 12, 2009

Twilight Spain Premiere

 

Despite being offered a huge sum of money to come onboard, Catherine Hardwicke decided not to direct Twilight sequel New Moon. The director told Entertainment Weekly that she didn’t want to make the film under the deadline and budget restraints that would have been placed on her for the follow-up, reports the Associated PressShe recalls being at dinner with Twilight stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson in Paris when she got the call from Summit Entertainment, which offered her “more money than I or anyone in my family has ever seen.” But, she added that with the payday came tight budget restraints and deadlines. “I was devastated,” said Hardwick, who will release her book “Twilight: Director’s Notebook” in March. “I really did feel a strong connection to the people around the world that liked the movie, and to Stephenie and the actors. But I just didn’t think I could make a good movie under those circumstances.” A spokesperson for Summit Entertainment had no comment about the report. “New Moon,” which is due out on November 20, will now be directed by “Golden Compass” director Chris Weitz, , and both Pattinson and Stewart will reprise their roles as lovestruck Edward Cullen and Bella Swan. 

For “New Moon,” Dakota Fanning has been rumored and shown interest in joining the cast as Jane. And it was recently reported that although Vanessa Hudgens auditioned for the part of Leah Clearwater, that character will most likely not appear in “New Moon.” And in a scenario that would surely fulfill many a fan dream, the Jonas Brothers have recently shown interest in having a part on the “New Moon” soundtrack. “The movie was obviously a huge success, and if they asked us to be a part of [the sequel], that would be great,” Nick Jonas told MTV News. “That would be really cool,” agreed Joe and Kevin about the prospect.

When she declines an offer like directing New Moon for these reasons, you can really tell that she is in it for the right reasons, hence, a great movie like Twilight….

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Jonas Brothers want to be part of the Twilight Series….

February 12, 2009

 

Nick, Joe, and Kevin Jonas

Nick, Joe, and Kevin Jonas

Who’s hotter? The Jonas Brothers, or Robert Pattinson in “Twilight”? One thing’s for sure: Together, they could rule the teenage girl world.

The Jonas Brothers talked to MTV about being involved in the “New Moon” soundtrack.  They’d even love to write a song especially for the new film. “The movie was obviously a huge success, and if they asked us to be a part of [the sequel], that would be great,” Nick Jonas said. “It would be really cool.” Joe and Kevin agreed: “That would be really cool” Settle down, dudes. Before they write a song for “New Moon,” they’d have to actually see “Twilight.” “I haven’t seen it,” Joe admitted. “But I have heard it’s a great movie.” Kevin added that they often get advance DVDs and “watch them on plane rides.” According to the JoBros, “Twilight” is not just for girls. Joe admires vampire Edward Cullen’s strength. “He’s a vampire, but he’s pretty strong and stuff.” 

Turns out the Jonas Brothers got pretty close to the L.A. “Twilight” premiere. They’d been invited, but got stuck working on their TV show all day. On the way to their hotel, the tired lads stopped to pick up a pizza in Westwood. Surprise!!!! The pizza place they ordered from just happened to be across the street from the premiere.  “And so, we come up driving, and didn’t realize that it was the ‘Twilight‘ premiere,” Kevin said. “It was one of those comical moments that was really funny for us.”

Now I personally believe that what fans liked the most of Twilight was that they weren’t use to seeing these actors on screen, although we have seen Robert Pattinson in Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire, and Kristen Stewart in Catch That Kid, Panic Room and many more, but they should stick to a group that is not so much main stream. It’s great if they can do the Jonas Brothers but then the studio will start making just for the money. Don’t get me wrong, they can’t do a movie that won’t profit but it should still be about making the movie and having the passion to film a movie. Twilight was one of the greatest movies of all times with breaking records in box offices but the actors and everybody in it believed it to be a Independent Film which means that they thought it wasn’t going to be a huge success like how it turned out to be. The actors were in it for the right reasons. The actors did find out about the fan based of the book at a point but it was after they were casted. They found out about it at some point during production. ttyl….

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Robert Pattinson before Twilight…

February 6, 2009
Robert Pattinson

Robert Pattinson

Robert Pattinson isn’t just a pretty face. He is an actor who cares about the parts he plays and puts time and effort into researching each role.

Rob might be most famous for playing Edward Cullen in Twilight but he also played Salvador Dali in Little Ashes.
When About.com asked him whether playing Salvador Dali was similar to playing Edward, Robert replied: “It’s not that similar, but again it’s iconic because I guess that Edward is an iconic character too.
“But I just did the same thing, breakdown what you know about him.
“Also, there’s a ton of literature which he wrote and about him and then you just kind of build that back up again. Also, when I was playing him it was when he was very young, 18 to 26 and the story is about his descent or assent into this caricature of which everyone knows.
“He was this chronically shy kid when he was younger.
“So it’s really not playing Dali, per se, apart from towards the end of it – and I’m still not really playing him. It’s more the mood of Dali I think.”