Archive for 8/1/12 - 9/1/12

New/Old Picture of Kristen from Eclipse Set with Taylor and Gil Birmingham


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Snow White and the Hunstman DVD and Blu Ray Out in US Today!

We are here supporting Kristen and she did an amazing job as Snow White so get your own copy on DVD and Blu Ray!

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Emma Watson Talks About Hanging Out with Kristen

Question starts around 1:18 - "They're both lovely. They're both super, super sweet."


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Robsten Support Message of the Day~'Coming Back As We Are'

"Forgiveness does not change the past, but it does enlarge the future." - Paul Boese




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New\Old Rob Interview with Orestis Andreadakis from Cosmopolis Cannes Press Junket

Starts at 16:02. David's interview at 16:46 and Rob's at 16:57



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More of Kristen's Interview with Movieline

Before Twilight and even before Kristen Stewart was first approached to be in On The Road by Brazilian-born director Walter Salles, the young actress read the Jack Kerouac novel for school. She told Movieline that she picked up the book because it was an assignment given, but her experience with the now American classic evolved. "I found the book fun," she said. But after reading and studying it more, it became much more compelling and taught her personal life lessons about growing up, making choices and dealing with inhibitions. She also emphasized that while she played the comparatively wild Marylou, she does not judge her uninhibited character.

"I learned through the book that you really have a choice about who you surround yourself with. [As a young adult] you realize you can choose who you're surrounding yourself with," Stewart told ML in Toronto where On The Road debuted over the weekend. "Up until that point you're really circumstantially with your family or whatever but at some point you can 'choose' your family. "I have a great family by the way, but you need to find people who can pull something out from you that might be otherwise unseen. And when I read the book, I thought, 'Gosh I need to find people like that.' I'm definitely not the Marylou type. But as I continued reading it as I got older, the weight of it started to mean something more." In the film version of the book, Stewart plays Marylou who was first married to, then divorced from, and ultimately a lifelong companion/lover/fellow free spirit to Dean Moriarty. The story centers on Dean (based in real life on Neal Cassady) who meets up with close friend Sal (writer Jack Kerouac's own stand-in) as the two travel across the U.S. as well as into Canada and Mexico. Like Dean, Marylou is anything but monogamous and she dabbles in pleasures that are alien to the wholesome fun of the prevailing culture of the conservative 1950s.

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Kristen at the 'On The Road' Screening in NYC

We're a little late to the party, but look how gorgeous she looks :) -- Kristen at a special screening of OTR in NYC. Video and info at the bottom.

Last Update (9/12): zips to download all pics have been added. Enjoy the pretty :) 



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New Kristen and Garrett Interview with Access Hollywood from OTR Toronto Press Junket


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New Kristen and Garrett Interview with Extra from OTR Toronto Press Junket


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Twilight Saga Marathon to be Held Before Breaking Dawn: Part 2


Summit has announced what will be a very special event for Twilight fans this November. A Twilight Saga Marathon will be held in theaters across North America on November 14 mere hours before Breaking Dawn – Part 2!

The marathon allows fans to see all four films back-to-back leading up to a 10 PM screening of the final film. That means you get to see Breaking Dawn – Part 2 two hours earlier than most midnight screenings in the rest of the country.

Prices for the marathon will vary depending on theater and location, but all five films will be covered in the one price. Showtimes for the marathon will be available at the same time that individual Part 2 screenings are announced (in a couple months). Marathon ticket holders will also get to see interstitial content played in between the films and receive a special event lanyard.

Watching all five Twilight films in one day sounds like quite the commitment for fans, but Breaking Dawn-eve may be the best possible day to do it. Does this sound like an event you’ll be interested in attending?

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New Kristen and Garrett Interview with Scott Feinberg from OTR Toronto Press Junket



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HQ Scans of British Vogue Magazine


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New Kristen and Garrett Interview with Canada AM from OTR Toronto Press Junket


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Robsten Support Message of the Day~'Don't Give Up On Us Baby'

“Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no hope at all.” Dale Carnegie




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Even More Fan Pictures and Videos of Kristen at OTR TIFF Premiere


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Cute Kristen and Jennifer Lawrence Meet Up


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Kids, I was there for the summit on Saturday night at Soho House in Toronto, where everything has been happening after the movies are finished screening. There on the third floor, in a quiet corner I sat with Jennifer Lawrence, star of “The Hunger Games,” and Kristen Stewart, of “Twilight” fame. And no I didn’t ask Kristen about her famous affair and break up. It’s no appropriate conversation. We discussed Jack Kerouac because she’s still promoting “On the Road.” and her great turn in “The Runaways” as Joan Jett.
I think Stewart dug the fact that I didn’t recognize her at first in the dimly lit room because she was wearing those big chunky eyeglasses all the kids sport now even if they have perfect vision.
Lawrence had just come from the premiere of “Silver Linings Playbook,” the grand slam homerun of a film that should propel her (and everyone else involved) right into the Oscar inner circle this winter.
These are young, young women (22) with the world at their feet. Stewart told me she didn’t know what her next project was going to be. Lawrence told us she starts shooting the second “Hunger Games” movie on Tuesday. 
“Tuesday? This Tuesday?” Stewart screamed. “Have you rehearsed?” 
“Yep,” said Lawrence, “we’re all done and ready to go.” 
The two young ladies had not met in person before, but on the internet. “The internet brought us together,” said Lawrence. “There was a fake story in one of the tabloids about a feud or something. We didn’t even know each other so we started talking by email.”

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New Picture of Kristen and Garrett with Scott Feinberg from OTR Toronto Press Junket


Screen cap from his interview, which you can see here
A little tease of what's to come...
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New Kristen and Garrett Interview with Cineplex from OTR Toronto Press Junket

Kristen and Garrrett at At 1:01


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Queen of the Desert Update: Start of Filming

Queen of the Desert's movie producer @cassianelwes talks about when the movie will begin filming and also mentions Rob :)


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New Kristen Interview with Movieline

Kristen Stewart fans may have been disappointed that the Twilight superstar did not make an appearance at last week's MTV Video Music Awards, but crowds here in Toronto had the chance to see the actress on the red carpet for the North American premiere of Walter Salles' On The Road along with fellow cast members Garrett Hedlund, Kirsten Dunst, Amy Adams and Sam Riley. Stewart spoke with ML about the part she had actually landed before she filmed her first Twilight installment. Stewart shared her thoughts on the steamy relationship between her character Marylou and Hedlund's Dean Moriarty - a life-long relationship that was rife with affairs, drugs and a wild ride on the road.

"They really are 'simpatico.' It was a tumultuous relationship. And it's hard to love like that, but they were so in love with each other and you don't know this from reading the book, but they stayed lovers until the end of his life," Stewart said during a conversation with ML at a Toronto hotel over the weekend.

Stewart first read On The Road as a high school freshman. A short time afterward, she was approached by director Walter Salles who had been told to consider Stewart for the part of Marylou after fellow filmmakers saw her in Sean Penn's Into The Wild and suggested that he consider the young actress. The project took a number of years before the actual shoot commenced and in the meantime, Stewart began doing the enormously popular Twilight series, propelling her fame into the stratosphere.

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More New HQ Pictures of Rob Leaving from Stand Up 2 Cancer


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More New HQ Pictures of Rob from 2012 MTV VMAs


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Kristen and Garrett's Uncut ET Canada Interview from OTR Toronto Press Junket


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New Kristen and Garrett Interview with Vanity Fair from the OTR Toronto Press Junket



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Kristen Talks About 3 Books That Changed Her Life

Three books that have changed Kristen Stewart's life:

1. "Going way back, I did a movie of it too -- a book called Speak. As a young girl, it was fairly emotional for me for fundamentally obvious girlie reasons."

2. "On the Road got me started reading a lot. It led me to The Stranger. It reminds you that you are, very much, alone."

3. "East of Eden because it blew my mind that someone could be so many people. It's so universal and all-encompassing. It's a whole world. It blew my head off."

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More Pictures from British Vogue in Better Quality


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Kristen Talks about OTR Costume Designer, Danny Glicker, with Instyle


On the Road star Kristen Stewart (in a Balenciaga jacket) loved getting into her beatnik generation character, thanks to some special help from costume designer Danny Glicker. "He is so caring and specific about details that literally even if you didn’t see something you’re wearing underneath, like an undergarment or something, he would ask, 'Do you feel pretty?'" she said. "I’ve never worked more closely with a costume designer."

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New Kristen Interview with Josh from MTV from OTR Toronto Press Junket


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New Pictures of Kristen Leaving Toronto


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Breaking Dawn: Part 2 Edward, Bella and Renesmee Promo Picture from Movie Tie In Now in Full


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Robsten Support Message of the Day~Let Me Try

"Forgiving does not erase the bitter past. A healed memory is not a deleted memory. Instead, forgiving what we cannot forget creates a new way to remember. We change the memory of our past into a hope for our future." - Louis B. Smedes




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New Rob Interview at Stand Up 2 Cancer

Rob's nterview at 2:33 (All the pictures and video from the event HERE)


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New Kristen Interview with USA Today


Kristen Stewart did what most actors in her situation wouldn't: in the midst of personal scandal, she stepped out to promote her small, intimate and very personal film, On the Road.

"Thanks, man. Thanks," says Stewart, when told it was good of her to put herself out there, given the scrutiny she's been under.

Granted, she did her interviews with costar Garrett Hedlund and director Walter Salles. But she put herself out there and for that, I respect her.The film is based on Jack Kerouac's seminal American novel. Hedlund plays Dean, who has what could be generously described a very unconventional relationship with his teen bride, Mary Lou (Stewart).

Plus,Twihards, she's just a cool chick who's smart and well-read, with On the Road being a favorite. "I was a freshman when I read it. I was projecting to the future a little bit. Is that what's on its way? It was about knowing that I wasn't there yet. I hadn't realized what my ambitions were. It made me less insecure and a little bit more hungry." She's not kidding. "I would have done anything on the movie. I would have been any crew member. I would have followed the crew in the car as a fan just to be around it," said Stewart. "Getting to know the woman behind the character -- she's not the main character and you do wonder what kind of person would live like that?" 

"Personality-wise, we're so different. I am just a little bit more locked up and with time, I think that's going to go," says Stewart. "I don't think it's possible to change who you are. "

Hedlund and Stewart's characters have loosely, effortlessly passionate love scenes in the film. "None of them were events. Professionally, from an actor's standpoint, you do what you have to do. I think it's about feeling safe with who you're with and that you're both there for the right reasons," says Stewart. "The only way to do Mary Lou justice was to feel free and natural doing it. It was always easy. It was done so quickly." 

For the actress, the film was a nice break from her blockbuster Twilight series. "I have been pretty lucky. I've gotten to switch things up. Five years of one thing ... it would asinine," says Stewart.And the most important question of the day: why is her finger in a splint? She broke it, shrugs Stewart.

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New Pictures of Kristen Arriving at Soho House Last Night


Later on in the evening, two young blockbuster franchise starlets, Kristen Stewart of Twilight and Jennifer Lawrence of The Hunger Games, took over a corner on the third floor of the members’ club. A relaxed Lawrence had her shoes off and held them in her hand, dangling her legs over the arm of her chair. They left at the same time, without Stewart’s publicist, and I’d like to imagine that they went back to their hotel, changed into their jammies, ordered up some greasy food, watched videos and shared playlists while dreaming up a screenplay together. (Source | Via)

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