Wednesday, November 17, 2010

More! Magazine Speculates on a 'Robsten Engagement', and interviews Kristen.

Apparently, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are going to get engaged as soon as Breaking Dawn filming wraps up. *rolls eyes*
And while Rob was 'looking at Tiffany's online store' the magazine interviewed Kristen...

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Bella and Edward's Wedding Cake!

News from the Fairy Dust Cakes website, in Baton Rouge, LA...

"Most of you Twi fans know in this area that a large portion of Breaking Dawn will be filmed in Louisiana. We have the wonderful opportunity to be making Bella and Edwards wedding cake. Yes!!! You heard me correctly. I am a huge Twi fan and wiggled my way in to be making their cake for the movie. If all goes well it will not be vaguely in the shop or cropped out of the film all together. Who knows. Can't tell ya what it will look like....not until it opens in theaters, then you will get a clear shot of the cake. Over the years we have made two of the opening premiere cakes for Rave Motion Pictures and this surely a great step up. Oh, we are definitely Team Edward!!!! Ha"

We'll wait to hear about this from Summit, but still, how exciting! From looking at the selection of wedding cakes on their website, I'd say the cake is in good hands!

Daniel Radcliffe doesn't think The Simpsons 'Twilight Spoof' will bother Robert Pattinson

Earlier this month, Daniel Radcliffe voiced 'Edmund', a pasty-faced-heartthrob inspired by Edward Cullen, on "The Simpsons" Treehouse of Horror XXI.
Although he has yet hear from Rob about the episode, he's pretty sure he didn't mind the parody one bit.
"You cannot be in a film as big as either "Potter" or "Twilight" and not have a pretty good sense of humor about yourself."

In the Halloween-themed episode, young Lisa Simpson falls for Radcliffe's character after he saves her from an out-of-control school bus, a direct reference to the way in which Edward and Bella connect in "Twilight."
Radcliffe has found himself a "Simpsons" target in the past, with references ranging from a Homer Simpson pet pig named Harry Plopper, to a religious-minded character who said Potter and his wizard pals were going to hell.
"I find it all so cool and funny and flattering," he said. "I'm sure Rob's got a sense of humor about."

From MTV