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"Basically I'm doing this movie called "Live By Night" and I'm trying to meet this schedule... so that I can have it released at the right time," he explained at the event where he picked up a Special Achievement in Filmmaking award for "Argo." "And basically I haven't gotten enough writing done; it became clear that if I took that job — it was in Buenos Aires for three months — I'd have to miss the deadline. I had to choose between getting the movie out when I wanted to or doing that movie. Reluctantly I chose the latter but I love those guys, I love Kristen. I was really excited to work with her. I think the movie is going to be fabulous. I'm sure they'll find a great guy for it."
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International superstar Adele, a multi-Grammy and Brit Awards winner, has been nominated for the Golden Globes as composer and performer of the song “Skyfall”, theme of the eponymous James Bond movie. Pop-country superstar Taylor Swift has been nominated in the Best Somg category for “Safe and Sound”, from Hunger Games. Robert Pattinson, star of the Twilight franchise, is currently working on director Jean-Stephane Sauvaire’s war drama Operation Blacklist. Megan Fox is currently on screens in Judd Apatow‘s This is 40.Rosario Dawson is the star of director Danny Boyle‘s upcoming movie Trance.Irons, a two-time Golden Globe Award winner and four-time Golden Globe Award nominee, is the star of the drama series The Borgias and will be seen on the big screen, in February, in director Richard LaGravenese’s Beautiful Creatures.
Hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, the 70th Golden Globe Awards will be presented on Sunday, January 13, 8ET/5PT, at the International Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton, in Beverly Hills, California.
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Separating the Beat character from the Beat-inspired actor wasn't always easy. "Everytime I'd see him," Stewart says of the years-long interim between casting and filming, when financing stalled production, "I'd be like, 'Are you already doing it?' He just never let up." That "free spririt" cited by Salles manifested itself after filming, when Hedlund would "just take off walking," Stewart says. Once, after Stewart let him lead her on an aimless 4 A. M. exploration of Montreal, she finally protested, "Dude, you don't know where you're going!" "But he just kept on walking," she recalls.
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“On The Road” (Screening was on 9th December)
Roger Durling with Actors Garrett Hedlund and Kristen Stewart
Roger Durling: Garret, you’ve been involved with this project from the get-go, how many years has it been?
Garrett Hedlund: Since 2007.
Durling: And I read that you gave up other opportunities with other films to be in this project. What was it that made you so adamant about being a part of it?
Hedlund: You’d be crazy not to, you know when Walter gave me this role, I thought it was one of the most incredible things that had ever happened to me. And also, you know, I was a big fan of the book. I read it for the first time, I was seventeen, and a lot of the other writers from the beats and just literature in general had such a huge influence on me. I felt that to be involved with something as iconic as this was an opportunity of a lifetime, really. And I could go as deep as I could in terms of research, I mean, we had time. The film wasn’t greenlit at the point when I signed on, so there was years of meeting the family members of the characters in the book. You know, Dean Moriarity was the alter ego of Neal Cassady, so I spent a lot of time with John Cassady, his son. I got to go to San Francisco and meet with some of the other beat writers and sit down with them. I spent a lot of time reading Kerouac and Cassady and all the letters, I read all of the writers that inspired them – Proust, and Nietzche and Wolfe. So it was, you know, really incredible.
Durling: And Kristen, you’ve also been involved with this project for a very long time, since, Into The Wild with Sean Penn?
Kristen Stewart: It was a little after that. I think it was in 2007, I was seventeen.
Durling: What was it that attracted you to this role?
Stewart: On The Road was my first favorite book. I read it as a freshman in high school. And then when I heard Walter was directing it I would have done anything to be involved. I would have been his assistant on it. I would have done craft service. The reason you love something, it’s so clear. I don’t even really remember the details of the initial conversation; I think I just drove away shaking. I mean I was fairly certain. Not necessarily that I would get the part, because it could have been decades and we still would have had to wait fifty years for it to begin, but that I wanted to commit to something like that. Which is obviously, at least the way I remember, so irresponsible of me. I wasn’t ready for that part yet, at all. I got involved when Garrett did, and if fifty years had gone by and we’d missed out then it would have been a really painful experience.
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