Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Welcome to the Rileys - One of the 'hottest films to watch' this year.

The New York Observer has put together a list of the hottest films to watch before Thanksgiving, and not to be missed is Welcome to the Rileys.

Welcome to the Rileys, Oct. 29, Sony
It's going to be interesting to see what will happen with
 Welcome to the Riley's, a small movie starring two people of great interest to very different audiences. Kristen Stewart, patron saint of the skinny and faux-awkward riding the L train, plays an underage stripper/prostitute (who will also surely be skinny and awkward) who becomes the personal project of a businessman, played by James Gandolfini. It's a toss-up which is harder for audiences to divorce themselves from, Gandolfini's Tony Soprano or Stewart's Twilight heroine. The good news is that this film also stars the magnificent Melissa Leo (Frozen River), and was written by Ken Hixon (Inventing the Abbots); it was directed by Jake Scott (son of Ridley). We're a little concerned to hear what we think might be a Southern accent coming out of Mr. Gandolfini (who last did this in the disastrous remake of All the King's Men), but we're holding out hope.

via KStewRobFans

Mackenzie Foy to play Renesmee in Breaking Dawn ?

Mackenzie-FoyIt’s a big day for Twihards. First Maggie Grace signs on to play Irina. Now EW.com has learned that little 9-year old Mackenzie Foy is inches away from signing on to play Renesmee, Edward and Bella’s vampire/human love child that’s a central role in the final installment of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn.

It’s not yet clear how the diminutive actress, who’s appeared in one episode each of television shows FlashForward and ‘Til Death, will portray the character who ages a full 17 years in only seven. Sources have suggested that director Bill Condon will employ similar digital effects to those used by David Fincher in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, where Foy’s face would be digitally transferred onto the face of a younger child. It’s also probable that the studio will hire a younger child in some capacity, too.

Summit Entertainment is remaining mum on the issue. But to see Foy’s angelic face, which could very well be the offspring of Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, check out 
her website.



A contact at Summit tells us that Mazckenzie Foy is playing Renesmee in the film! Congrats Ms Foy! The 9-year-old has previously starred in episodes of "Flash/Forward" and "'Til Death". An official announced is likely forthcoming

Monday, September 27, 2010

Maggie Grace cast in Breaking Dawn

Maggie Gracehas been cast as vampire Irina inBreaking Dawn,Gossip Cop has confirmed.
Grace is perhaps best known for her stint on “Lost” and role as Liam Neeson’s imperiled daughter in Taken.
Her “Twilight Saga” character is a member of the Denali coven who blames the Cullen clan for the death of her lover.
The first of the two Breaking Dawninstallments will be released in November 2011. 

Thanks to Gossip Cop -->Source 

Robert Pattinson wins Best Dressed Male 2010 - Glamour UK

THE WINNER: Robert Pattinson
His Style: Tartan lumberjack shirts and jeans when out and about, drool-inducing tailored suits and skinny ties when on the red carpet. Robert Pattinson is certainly the crush of the moment but now he can now add Britain’s Most Stylish Man to his long list of accolades. 

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Jackson Rathbone on Sunrise (Australia)


Breaking Dawn honeymoon scenes to be filmed in South America

Things are about to get hot for this real-life couple in more ways than one…co-star Nikki Reed confirms they’re going to shoot their Breaking Dawn honeymoon scene in South America!

How’s this for muy caliente? There’s been speculation that Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson would do ‘the deed’ for the first time everywhere from Vancouver to Louisiana to Brazil — and their Twilight co-star, Nikki Reed, has confirmed the exact location of said deflowering!

“They are filming a few days [in South America], but I’m not there,” the 22-year-old actress confirmed to HollywoodLife.com exclusively at the LA premiere of her new film, Last Day of Summer, Sept. 22. “It’s Bella and Edward’s honeymoon.”

It appears that producers are keeping the big screen version of Breaking Dawn pretty faithful to Stephenie Meyer’s book: the fictional honeymoon spot is an island called “Isle Esme”, just off the coast of Brazil.

We hope Bella and Edward’s REAL honeymoon is just as epic as it is in the book, as well. If it IS, you’re going to see a lot of nudity, skinny-dipping and R-Patz biting the hell out of a pillow because he can’t control himself. How’s that for hot?


Fame comic: Cast of Twilight covers

From Twilight Belgium

After Rob, Kristen and Taylor comic book, here's another with the three together this time: 'Fame: The Twilight Cast"'. Learn why each is deserving of their A-list status through their other ventures as well.

Click on any of the links below to purchase your comic of choice.... 

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Breaking Dawn in 3D ?

A major rumor making waves over the past twenty-four hours claims that the second part of Breaking Dawn “will be released in 3-D.”
Similar reports surfaced last spring.
Once again, they are false.
The site behind the claim, which warns visitors not to “fall for any casting scams,” is itself questionable.
A rep for Summit tells Gossip Cop, “Neither film is being shot in 3D,” and calls the rumors “fabricated.”
And a source informs Gossip Cop that while 3D effects can be added during post-production (as they have with some recent releases), right now it is too premature to say whether either part ofBreaking Dawn will be converted.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Beatbullyz collaborate with Lizzy Pattinson for new single 'Heartbeat'

SINGLE: ‘Human Nature’ (September 19th)
ALBUM: ‘Human Nature’ (October 4th)

“The quality of the songwriting [has] to be heard to be believed... they could end up being the UK answer to Black Eyed Peas.” - Guardian, ‘New Band of the Day’
“These lads are going to be massive...Poptastic” Daily Star
Beatbullyz will release their much-anticipated debut album, ‘Human Nature’, on October 4th (Big Weekend Records / Universal /Absolute). This will be preceded by the release of the anthemic title track on September 19th, and follows a string of summer shows at the likes of Wireless Festival, Brick Lane Takeover and a headline date at Club NME (Koko) on August 6th. Having supported acts includingProfessor Green, Example and JLS, the band will announce a host of headline dates shortly.
Like all great fairytales, Beatbullyz’ story begins in...Swindon. “The last big things that came out of Swindon,” notes singer and songwriter Andrew “Bully” Bullimore, “were Billie Piper, Melinda Messenger and XTC.” Beatbullyz formed when Bully met the man with whom he (somewhat unusually) now shares co-frontman status - Daniel “Bozo” Dubose. They are the quintessential odd couple: the former the middle-class son of a music teacher and an actuary, who grew up on classic British pop, and the latter from a rough council estate, where his mum confiscated his NWA tapes. Bully and Bozo soon began to fight together - representing England in martial arts - and then write songs together.
Their emerging brand of cut-and-paste pop quickly gained them a fierce hometown following (they’ve consistently sold out 1200-capacity venues). Soon, those outside Swindon began to take notice. When Radio 1’s Big Weekend came to town in May 2009, Beatbullyz were booked to play by Huw Stephens. “Huw told us he’d never seen the BBC Introducing tent so rammed,” says Daniel, and Stephens remains one of the band’s most fervent supporters. Having spent a particularly surreal Spring 2010 supporting N-Dubz on tour – see Dappy paint-balling his own fans – Beatbullyz began to be exposed to bigger, broader and even more ecstatic audiences. Radio 1’s Fearne Cotton, Greg James, Annie Mac and Scott Mills consequently jumped on board, resulting in the band being asked back to headline the BBC Introducing Stage at this year’s Big Weekend.
That’s the basic biog, but it doesn’t tell the half of it. What it doesn’t convey is the extent to which Beatbullyz’ success is entirely self-made: they run their own label, and spearhead a good deal of their own promo (frequently running off stage to meet fans, sticker strangers, and take down email addresses). They also pen all their own songs, with Bullimore producing the album himself alongside Chris Baker from Mint Royale and Jim Eliot of Kish Mauve (Kylie, Sunday Girl, Ladyhawke). The size of the sound they make becomes all the more surprising when you learn that it was in part recorded at Andrew’s Grandmother’s house in Wales. “She was watching the History Channel at the time,” he notes.
‘Human Nature’, then, is a bright, bold and incredibly accomplished debut record, which sweeps you up in its energy and bashes away any possible preconceptions. Here are nine, no-mucking-around pop moments, marked by an effortless interplay of musical styles: see the orchestral synthpop of ‘Golden City’, the melancholic hip-hop ballad ‘Pieces’, and the euphoric dance groove of ‘Bounce’. There’s even a surprising guest turn from Twilight heartthrob Robert Pattinson’s sister (Lizzy lends vocals to the closing track, ‘Heartbeat’). And though the music is largely buoyant throughout, the band’s lyrics prove surprisingly deep. Several tracks speak of being broke, of family pressures, and of the dream that people might one day hear their music. ‘Human Nature’, then, is an occasionally brash but oddly reflective record, mixing floor-fillers with real feeling. 
So some may stumble over the band name, but Beatbullyz have made an album of big, honest and essentially heartfelt songs (and they really canwrite a tune). They are a self-raising, DIY success story, and frankly we need more of them.  
24 July – Tramlines Festival, Sheffield (with Tinchy Stryder, The Hoosiers) / 30 July – Mandella Hall, Belfast (with Alexandra Burke) / 31 July – SECC, Glasgow (with JLS) / 6 August – Koko, London (Club NME: headline show) / 7 August – BBC Introducing, Luton Town Festival / 25 August – BBC Introducing, Reading Oakfold Social / 27 August – Manchester, Moho / 28 August – Bath, Moles / 4 September – Bristol, Cooler. 

Thanks to Louise @ Partisan PR

Trailer for Cam Gigandet's new movie - 'The Roommate'

Viewer discretion is advised. Film is not yet rated but looks like it will be 15 +


Tuesday, September 14, 2010

FAMOUS (AU): Does Rob Have A Secret Son?

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Rumours, Rumours and more Rumours - If there weren't none, all goss mag's would go broke!

Thursday, September 9, 2010

'Eclipse' - DVD Available for Pre-order

The DVD/Blu-ray is already available for pre-order in the UK at HMV. Details of the 2 Disc DVD version

Special Features 
Over three hours of amazing extras including 
Commentary 1: Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson 
Commentary 2:Stephenie Meyer and producer Wyck Godfrey 
Deleted and extended scenes with audio commentary from the director David Slade 
A six part making of documentary 
Photo gallery 
Edward Fast Forward 
Jacob Fast Forward 
Music videos from Muse and Metric which both feature on the film’s bestselling soundtrack 

The UK release date is December 6th

For those in the UK, you can pre-order the 2 Disc DVD version (£12.99) HERE and Blu-ray (£16.99) HERE

Click on the links above for more details about the product

Thanks @RPLife