Monday, March 22, 2010

Kristen Stewart gets her own FAME comic book

Kristen Stewart is the latest celebrity to be featured in the FAME comic book series.Just like boyfriend (we're directly quoting the article here - no confirmation ~B) Robert Pattinson, who also got his own comic, the 19-year-old's rise to stardom is documented in the biographical collection, but Kristen's issue is available with two different covers.

"For Twilight fans, Kristen Stewart is a woman whom fans long to be and love to hate," writer Kim Sherman said. "But Kristen has been in the public eye for years, and her career as a serious actor spans dozens of films over a 10-year period of time.

"My goal with this biography was to show readers the depth residing in this young woman and the roles she's beautifully tackled through a series of spot shots, pinups and word art," she added.

The 32-page comic book has two covers. As you can see, Cover A is in the same style as the other titles in the series, but as an added bonus, this version attaches "like a puzzle" to the FAME: Robert Pattinson issue. Cover B was drawn by comic book artist Randy Green and features a more traditional rendition of the Twilight star.

 (Showing Rob cover as apparently they attach like a jigsaw!)
Also above Kristen cover is Cover A

Cover B is here next to her cover of the Twilight Graphic Novel

Kellan Lutz to star in 'War of the Gods' as Poseidon

"Twilight" actor Kellan Lutz is the newest recruit in "War of the Gods," the upcoming Greek mythology epic from director Tarsem Singh ("The Fall").Lutz has earned the role of Poseidon, the Greek god that rules over the seas, according to Variety. He joins an impressive cast list that includes Henry Cavill ("The Tudors") as the heroic Theseus, Mickey Rourke ("Iron Man 2") as the ruthless King Hyperion and Freida Pinto ("Slumdog Millionaire") as Phaedra, an oracle priestess.

"War of the Gods" is a swords-and-sandals epic centered on mortal soldiers caught in a war between the eternal Greek gods and the evil Titans, with the fate of mankind hanging in the balance. Production is scheduled to begin in April based on a screenplay written by Jason Keller. 

Lutz is no stranger to fantasy fare, thanks to his beloved "Twilight" role of Emmett Cullen, one of the many foster siblings of Robert Pattinson's character. The actor was also a reported leading contender for the title role in director Marcus Nispel's "Conan," though he ultimately lost the part to Jason Momoa ("Stargate: Atlantis"). Lutz will next be seen in the upcoming "Nightmare on Elm Street" revival

Thanks to MTV