Sunday, October 16, 2011

Kellan Lutz Talks to InStyle Magazine about the Wedding Scene in Breaking Dawn

In a recent interview with InStyle Magazine, Kellan Lutz spoke about the Breaking Dawn wedding scene, and about Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart.

Melt and swoon *grins* - I'm liking the sound of that!!!

Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong wants Robert Pattinson

During a VH1 Pop Up Video of "21 Guns" by Green Day, Robert Pattinson's name "popped" up!
(See what we did there? :P)
It informed us that Hollywood is trying to turn the hit CD-to-Musical "American Idiot" into a big movie, and Green Day's lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong has stated that he would like to see Rob as the lead actor!

The original video can be viewed by clicking here, however it's not 
available outside the US by the looks of it >.<

Hopefully a YouTube Version appears soon - In the meantime, check out Clevver TV's report!
As an enormous fan of Green Day fan myself... I am ridiculously excited about this!
Let's hope Billie Joe's wishes come true!!!!


HQ Breaking Dawn BTS still of Rob, Kristen & Bill Condon in Brazil

source / via

VIDEO: Hugh Jackman talks about singing karaoke with Robert Pattinson

Oh my God! How jealous are you right now? *sigh*
Karaoke with Rob... sounds like fun :)

Original MTV Video / YouTubevia

Kristen Stewart's interview with La Semaine Magazine

A dream wedding with Edward.

All little girls dream about the perfect wedding. For Kristen Stewart, this dream sort of came true. The beautiful brunette is secretly (well, not so much) dating her co-star Robert Pattinson since the beginning of the Twilight adventure. Fans will see see their wish come to life soon.

For Kristen, walking down the aisle was a memorable experience. Even if she’ll never admit it ,when she talks about the event that is ‘her’ wedding in Twilight , she says how wonderful of a day it was for her - a sort of rehearsal for the real thing.
So for now, everyone, including the lovebirds, will have to be satisfied with this rehearsal. Breaking Dawn is at the same time an end and a beginning for one of the most cherished couples.

New Breaking Dawn still from People Magazine

We saw this scene very briefly in the last Breaking Dawn Trailer as Jacob says "If you kill her, you kill me", and now we have it as a new still thanks to People Magazine's Breaking Dawn Special.

Hmm... Edward has blood on his shirt here... wonder if they're defending Bella or Renesmee?
Only time will tell... 

32 days to be exact....

Twilight Graphic Novel Vol. 2 ft. Edward Cullen now on sale!

The Twilight Graphic Novel Vol. 2 is now on sale!

The cover of volume 2 features a meadow-lounging Edward, which pairs up with the dazzled Bella cover of Part 1.

You can order it from or The Book Depository,
or pick it up in your local Easons for approx. €13:99.

Will you be buying it?

Metric rejoins Howard Shore to score Robert Pattinson's Cosmopolis!

Canadian indie rock band, Metric have announced on their website that they will collaborate
with Howard Shore on Robert Pattinson's upcoming film Cosmopolis!

"Also, we just confirmed we will be working with our favorite film composer Howard Shore on the score for a new David Cronenberg movie starring Robert Pattinson, minus the vampires! It's an adaptation of the book "Cosmopolis" by Don DeLillo, and the themes are right in tune with the overall mood of the world at the moment. In "Cosmopolis", the rat has become a unit of currency!"

You remember Metric, don't you?

And Howard Shore?

Bill Condon talks about Rob working with David Cronenberg, and the PG 13 Rating for Breaking Dawn

Speaking to Box Office Magazine recently, Bill Condon briefly mentions Rob working with
David Cronenberg, as well as how he managed to keep the birth scene PG-13:

BOM: We interviewed Robert Pattinson a while back and he said the only other director he could imagine handling the blood of Breaking Dawn was David Cronenberg [The Fly, Naked Lunch].

BC: And then he went to work for him! [In 2012's Cosmopolis] But I know what he means because it is very, very intense in the last part—it's almost like a horror movie. And he's certainly delivered the most intense images in the last decade or so. I tried to get my Cronenberg on a little bit and I think within the confines of a PG-13 rating, I think we've got something that's pretty powerful. 

BOM: Everyone has been saying for years how hard it would be to make Breaking Dawn PG-13. How did you pull it off?

BC: The whole movie is very immersive, kind of like in the book, which is in the point of view of Bella and Jacob [Taylor Lautner]. We tried to do the same thing in the movie—there's a whole chunk where you get inside the head of a wolf. And in terms of the birth, it was, "Let's do it from Bella's point of view. Let's see whatever she can see." Once you decide on an approach like that, it's amazing how powerful you can be without being overly explicit. She gets glimpses of a lot of things—and hears everything—but it's not the cutaway to teeth clawing through flesh. But you certainly know what's happening.