Q: Who is your favorite Twilight character?
CS: It would probably be Edward. Edward and Alice. He’s like the perfect guy ever and [she] is pretty, sassy and cool. She’s got a lot of great one-liners.
Q: Have you thought of bridging the two interests and doing musicals?
CS: That would be really cool. It would have to be a really bomb musical.
Q: A vampire musical?
CS: A vampire musical. That would be really cool. I’d be down for something like that. It would have to be something really creepy, like Repo The Genetic Opera. I feel if it’s going to be a musical, it has to be really edgy.
Q: Can you imagine a Twilight musical?
CS: Imagine Robert [Pattinson] singing as Edward Cullen? That would be cool.
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Water for Elephants cast members were spotted roaming around the set of the film today (July 16) dressed in period costumes including a racy, sating number on Reese Withersoon as they filmed in Los Angeles.
While not texting on his new iPhone, Twilight heartthrob Robert Pattinson courteously held the door for his Oscar winning cast-mate Christoph Waltz despite having a hand injury as they left the set on the last day all together as a team.
Meanwhile, Rob is opening up about some of the downfalls of playing a character in a circus-themed movie. Problem number one? Getting bitten by a lion.
“Almost every day I’m working with an exotic animal… It’s insane, like I got bitten on the arm by a lion with no teeth,” he says. “They were like, ‘It’s fine, he does it all the time’. A nd I was like, ‘Erm, OK…’ But they had to get him to do it harder, because he was being so gentle and just licking my arm.”
While Rob had to fend off the lion on his own, he got some fan help when the paparazzi got in the way of filming one day.
“Out of the blue, fans, that were waiting for autographs, had enough and circled around the paparazzi,” he recounts. “Teens made big guys run away. It was unreal! I was pleased.”
From Chace Crawford’s Cosmopolitan UK July 2010 Issue Interview:
Who’d win in an arm wrestle tournament between you, Robert Pattinson and Zac Efron?
“Bring it on! Can I use two hands? I reckon I could hold my own then. I could get R-Patz maybe but then he’d just bite the crap out of my hand!”
The adventures of Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner in Twilight: Eclipse look set for a DVD and Blu-ray bow in early December…
And thanks to Amazon Germany, we might just have an answer.As it continues to earn a mountain of cash at the box office, with every chance of being the third film this summer to break $300m in the US alone, questions inevitably arise about just when we can expect Twilight: Eclipse to turn up on DVD.
The retailer is listing the film for release on 6th December 2011, which would presumably point to a US release on either 30th November or 7th December. Thus far, it's just listing a two-disc Fan Edition of the film, and the Blu-ray release too.
We'll keep you posted when this is officially confirmed, one way or the other.
DUBLIN actress Sonya Macari will feature alongside Twilight heartthrob Robert Pattinson in her new movie.
The actress has just finished shooting Hollywood blockbuster Water For Elephants alongside the British star.
Irish-Italian beauty Sonya, who is a sister of Celebrity Salon's Virginia Macari, will play the part of Rube in the Francis Lawrence-directed thriller, which tells the story of Robert's character, Jacob Jankowski's struggle to survive life as part of a circus after he is suddenly left orphaned.
"He seems really nice and down to earth," she told the Herald. "I only saw him on set a couple of times but he appeared to have plenty of time for everyone and wasn't affected by any of the fuss."
While no US distributor has been announced, Protagonist Pictures, the company responsible for sales of distribution rights, has listed on their website that Bel Ami is in post-production and has a deliver date of December 2010. We speculate that this deliver date was chosen so that Bel Ami could be nominated for awards in 2010.
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ECPAT UK together with The Body Shop have launched a global campaign against sex trafficking and Rob is among several celebrities who provided their handprints to show their support of the campaign. You can create your own handprint and sending it to ECPAT UK.
You can also show your support by signing this petition which calls on the UK government to provide greater protection for child victims of trafficking.
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Here is a part of Stephenie Meyer interview with the fansites where she talks about the re-shoot of the tent scene.
From Twifans - You can read and listen the other parts of SM's interview there :)
Kim: The re-shoot worked. It was great. The emotion that was in the book was in that scene.
SM: It was interesting, because the original script for it, I was fine with but then they tweaked the script because they felt like one part of the conversation got a lot more in depth in the original we kind of already knew. You know, you have the whole rehash when Edward’s talking about “when I first met her” and they pulled that and instead went with the later part of the scene where Jacob’s like “how did you cope?” And I think the emotionality of it just went through the roof.
Kim: The dialogue between Rob and Jake, I mean Edward and Jacob
Alison: And it was so long, and I loved how long it was
SM: Yeah! I love that they just let it happen. I think that, that was Rob’s best day of shooting.
It was so funny, did you guys hear all the rumors about the problems? Rob was only supposed to be there for the last day. The first two were Jacob and Bella scenes where the wig had been a problem. The last day was the tent was the tent and that was it & it was a pretty easy shoot. The only problem for that day was that Kristen had the stomach flu and luckily, she was supposed to lay there, but between every like scene, oh, she was so sick. And Taylor, he was over digging around, grabbing garbage cans. Why is Taylor taking the garbage? Takes them over there so she could puke in them.
It was so sweet. Everybody was taking care of her and everything, but it was a hard day. You look at actors and a lot of people are like “I wanna be an actor” it's so hard and then to sit there. She’s wanting to puke and she's all feverish, and she’s having to do the shivering. She was a work horse that day. That was our only drama was that poor Kristen got sick, and I think it was food poisoning. But it was a great shoot. It was one of those days where at the end you're like “We really killed it today! It's gonna be great!" It was a great day.
The second part of the Saga, "New Moon", was an even greater success and now "Eclipse", the third installment. On her promotional tour in Europe 1LIVE reporter Tom Westerholt met Kristen Stewart in Berlin to talk to her about the new movie and the "Twilight-hype" and its exciting jet-set life. A good-humored, petite young woman in jeans, white shirt and sneakers greets me in her hotel room with open, slightly disheveled hair and a pleasant little makeup on her face.
1LIVE: Kristen, since you played in the "Twilight" movies, you belong to one of the superstars. But you are acting for years, for example 2002 "Panic Room", as a small daughter of Jodie Foster. Since she was the only superstar in the movie, how was it like?
Kristen Stewart: Yeah, I was very lucky that my first experience with it...to be an actress...are associated with her. She treated everybody as we should treat people on set. Not everybody is doing that. She only makes what she loves and is fully behind it. She is an absolute role model, I've already said it back then: I want to do it the same way.
1LIVE: You were twelve years old, who were your heroes, who did you idolize as millions idolize you today?
Kristen Stewart: To be honest I have never idolized someone, I've never been like that. I have three brothers. We did a lot of sports and stuff, been hanging out with the guys. And I have played drums when I was younger...so I never had any idols. I do cry at concerts if it's great, I once cried horribly at a Van Morrison concert. That was kind of an obsession.
1LIVE: The fans are obsessed with you, no matter where you show up, which is especially the case for Robert (Pattinson, plays her film-lover, the vampire Edward Cullen). How do you back out when it gets too severe?
Kristen Stewart: It is never "too" severe. No, not really. More in specific moments when I stand on stage in front of that incredible crowd and that energy knocks me down. Then it got me and I can not hide it. It seems like I want to get away real quick but its not like that at all. I was just overwhelmed by the situation, but actually I had fun.
1LIVE: Like at the MTV Movie Awards? Robert and you needed to constantly return to the stage, you guys won like all available prices the other day.
Kristen Stewart: You feel kinda weird. I mean, this is a fan award and all the fans have clicked so that we win all the prizes. But its the books that they really love. It is of course nice to see that they like our interpretation in the movie, but I still think that this has nothing to do with me. It is the character Bella, so I don't see myself as role model or something.
1LIVE: Apropos: What is with those who do not like your films? There are almost as passionate anti-fans as fans, what do you think why is that?
Kristen Stewart: On the one hand as I have said, the fact that they dont like our interpretation. These are the fans of the books that have their own pictures in their head. Even we actors, the directors on set have that. We are and werent always agreeing on everything. You just cant. And then there are of course people who are against everything which a mass of people like a lot.
1LIVE: An example?
Kristen Stewart: Lets take the Jimmy Kimmel show where we were recently invited to. There have been many crazy fans and Jimmy started to make fun of Justin Bieber, who has also just so many crazy fans as we do. So just like that Jimmy asked, whether Justin Bieber should be in the next "Twilight" movie and the people freaked out and screamed "No!" Because of that you could realize the different fans. People can get really frightening and aggressive.
1LIVE: Who keeps you on the ground when the fan madness is raging around you?
Kristen Stewart: Well, my family. I have a great family and my parents are in the industry and therefore know all the dangers and traps that you can tap into. I'm lucky. Before I loose the ground, as you say, they would grab me quite quickly. But it is not only their experience, they are just great people. And if you love what you do, then you better not start going crazy. Because if you do, in the end you might loose everything.
1LIVE: That sounds pretty considerate and role model function...
Kristen Stewart: Oh you know ... the truth is the fans are not really looking up to me, they are looking up to Bella. And that's good, because Bella is definitely someone you can look up to, I'm someone else. When its really about me, I say: "Fine, your decision." I'm just young and I want to make movies. I have absolutely no desire to use my status as a celebrity for anything. I want to make movies and that means that I have to deal with the fame.
1LIVE: It must be not that easy to meet guys right? I mean, could your three brothers help you dealing with guys anyway?
Kristen Stewart: Well, a relationship with your brother is something different than someone for whom you are interested in. When you come into that age, the relationship with your brothers changes in a different way, its quite interesting. When we were little, I felt somehow all four of us as equal. And then later, when I came into the specific age, I had to make clear announcements. According to the motto: You can no longer treat me like that because I'm a girl!
1LIVE: Well you definitely have come to that age and you have experienced at lot of things in front of the camera: Including kissing in front of the cameras.
Kristen Stewart: What's next?
1LIVE: You have - at least for the shooting - make out a several times with Robert Pattinson and in your new film "The Runaways" you made out with your co-star, Dakota Fanning. Who is the better kisser?
Kristen Stewart (grinning wide and hesitated with the answer, author's note): Yeahhhh... Who is the better kisser? Dakota, of course! (Laughs). No, of course, Robert. No, but Dakota. Uhhmm, I can not decide ...
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