We posted about Jackson Rathbone talking about his new project a few days ago and now we’ve got the first image from ‘Aim High’.
Blue Water Productions that brought the graphic novel biographies of Stephenie Meyer and our Twilight Cast has now published an all in one edition featured below.
The book is described as, homemaker Stephenie Meyer made history with her best-selling Twilight Saga books. Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner played out her captivating icons seamlessly, earning each a definitive FAME status. Though Twilight was the catalyst, read more to learn why each is deserving of their A-list status through their other ventures as well.
You can the buy this book at Amazon and will be out in stores from December 1st in the US.
All this while we thought the cast were in Louisiana or heading down there. Now we find that Rob Pattinson was in Los Angeles over the weekend buying a new guitar! COOL!
We’ve seen him in the famous Norman’s Rare Guitars before haven’t we.
We now wonder what wonderful music that’s gonna be created with this beautiful instrument on the set of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn!
Apparently he bought himself a Fender Stratocaster John English Master Built Zebrawood .
Here’s a sampling of what a Fender Stratocaster Master Built sounds like.
Fear.net has managed to asked Ashley Greene about Alice Cullen’s role in Eclipse! Exclusive: Ashley Greene on ‘Twilight: Eclipse’ and Bullying Taylor Lautner
You got to tear off a vampire’s head in Twilight and face off with the Volturi in New Moon. What can you tell us about the things you get to do in Eclipse, which we know from the book will have more of a fighting element?
The thing I’ll say about Twilight is, one, it’s given me this Hollywood crash course and I’ve been able to work with three great directors. And also, my character is an incredible character to break out with because she’s perky and happy and sweet, and she’s this best friend character that everybody loves, so it’s an amazing first character to have. Throughout the series you’ve gotten to see her go from really sweet to kind of sassy, and now in the third one we get to showcase this massive fight sequence that I’m a part of, so we got to get our action star fix. You get to see Alice get kind of down and dirty and see a really intense side of her that maybe you haven’t seen before.
They also did an interview with Daniel Cudmore who plays Felix in New Moon. Exclusive: Daniel Cudmore on ‘New Moon,’ ‘Eclipse,’ and Fighting Rob Pattinson
In the books Felix seemed to have a sort of minor flirtation with Bella – winking at her, etc. What’s your take on that?
I think it’s more of him showing his power over her and kind of messing around with her head. Letting her know that he could end things very quickly. He enjoys that.
Sadly, we don’t see much of the Volturi in New Moon because it serves as more of an introduction to their coven than in later books, when the Volturi have more of a presence. How much can we expect to see of you in Eclipse?
It’s not as much. You get to Eclipse and you’re introducing Riley’s storyline, Victoria coming back to get her vengeance. We’re still there and we still have a strong presence, and it’s not more dramatic but it’s still a really cool storyline.
FEARnet posed a similar question to Fanning, who plays the lead Volturi enforcer, Jane: Are you ready to portray a baby hunter? But Fanning, ever the professional, could not yet confirm her involvement in Breaking Dawn. “I don’t know if I’m going to be in it,” she demurred. Stewart turned to her. “You’re gonna be in the movie.”
While at ‘The Runaways’ premiere in NYC, Kristen talk more about her involvement in Breaking Dawm! Check it out here at Pop Sugar!
The Seattle Times has a Q&A Mellisa Rosenberg, the screen writer for Twilight, New Moon and the upcoming Eclipse!
Q: How closely did you work with Meyer?
A: With each movie, we’ve gotten closer. … On the first movie, I kept my process private. But then as I got to know her, I realized that was completely unnecessary, because she is incredibly collaborative, fluid and not precious about her work … With “New Moon,” she read all the drafts, but with “Eclipse,” I asked her to read the outline, which was very unusual. It’s very risky. It’s very early. That’s where I do a great deal of my work. … That’s when you’re structuring the story and deciding what’s in, what’s out, what’s invented, all that.