Wednesday, October 6, 2010

3 x new Kristen Stewart images from Welcome to the Rileys

From HitFix

Jackson Rathbone on George Stroumboulopoulous Tonight (Mentions jamming with Rob)

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Exclusive: New Poster for 'Welcome to the Rileys' starring Kristen Stewart

From MovieLine

The good folks at Samuel Goldwyn Films have sent over the first poster forWelcome to the Rileys, director Jake Scott’s feature debut starring James Gandolfini, Melissa Leo and, in a racy, much-buzzed-about role, Kristen Stewart. Forget Bella — meet Mallory.
Rileys features Gandolfini and Leo as a married couple ravaged by the death of their teenaged daughter. Worn down by her agoraphobia, he splits to New Orleans, where his platonic encounter with a young runaway and prostitute (Stewart) prompts each to finally pursue their respective shots at recovery and redemption. Back at the film’s Sundance premiere, Movieline singled out Stewart’s performance in particular as one to watch: “[A]s the foul-mouthed, filthy-minded teen with the gnarly complexion at the center of the story,” Seth Abramovitch wrote, “she gives another effective, rough-edged performance — while going a long way towards coloring in some of those libidinous lines left void by the ever-chaste Bella [Swan].”

The Twilight Saga - The Official Illustrated Guide - coming April 2011

The bad news: It’s not another sequel.
The good news: There will be plenty of brand-new details in The Twilight Saga: The Official Illustrated Guide, a reference book Stephenie Meyer created to accompany her best-selling novels. According to a press release from Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, the $24.99 encyclopedia, which will go on sale April 12, 2011, includes “character profiles, outtakes, a conversation with Meyer, genealogical charts, maps, extensive cross-references, and much more,” including art by Young Kim, who illustratedTwilight: The Graphic Novel, Volume 1.
For her part, Meyer said, “I’m always amazed at how many in-depth questions my readers have about my characters and the world within the Twilight Saga. With The Official Illustrated Guide, I hoped we could incorporate as many details as possible, including character histories, like Alice’s back story.”