Hollywood Chicago has a couple of exclusive videos/clips and also a couple of movie stills of Rob’s upcoming film, Remember Me. Video, Slideshow: New ‘Remember Me’ Clip, Exclusive Chicago Introduction From Robert Pattinson
Check out more ‘Remember Me’ TV spots from their YouTube Channel on Summit Entertainment.
IESB.net just had an interview with Kristen Stewart about her film, The Yellow Handkerchief.
Q: What was it like to play this character, when you hadn’t done too many major roles, at the time you did this film?
Kristen: Anytime you have to play a person who is not yourself, you’re stepping out of a comfort zone, but that’s what we do. If the role is bigger, that’s just more to chew on, and that’s always good.
Q: What about Martine resonated for you?
Kristen: I can relate to her, in that she’s such the typical girl that really wants to be out there and smiling and totally in the middle of whatever is going on, but has been embarrassed one too many times and has just gone, “I can’t do that anymore.” I feel like she’s also isolated herself. She’s put herself above everyone else. She can’t talk to people because they’ve let her down too many times and, in reacting to that, she made herself better than them. And, through this journey, which is such a cool thing to see such a young person go through, she realizes, “Oh, God, I never looked at you and now I’m opening my eyes and I can see you, and I was wrong.” I liked that.
Here’s the HQ Still of Edward and Bella from New Moon! WOOOTS!
Click on the picture to get the original size.
UPDATE: POPSTAR! has a couple of video on Boo Boo Stewart. Here’s one about him talking on his character, Seth Clearwater.
Check out his interviews and more videos on Boo Boo from POPSTAR!.
Here are the same 3 New Moon stills from PEOPLE magazine, now in HQ, that has been released by Summit Entertainment!
Click on the picture to get their original sizes.
We have more stills from the movie! Mostly of Edward!
OME OME OME! We have two new movie stills. Check out Everglow’s gallery:
Blue Foundation was featured at Twilight Lexicon. Blue Foundation’s Eyes On Fire was in the Twilight soundtrack.
There’s a new website to help promote Twilight in Japan. It’s called Twilighter’s Square.
And visit Essex FM (UK radio station) to listen to a Kristen Stewart audio interview. I am unable to listen to the interview as i have a missing plugin for my internet browser (Firefox). Will try to listen to it tomorrow!
Apologies for the late update! I’ll have more New Moon news tomorrow morning! Goodnight y’all!
Here’s an article about fashion in Twilight, since it plays such a big part. The best thing? Well now you know that Edward Cullen wears American Apparel.
An Edward Cullen action figure is going to be out soon.
“Based on the best selling four part novel series by Stephenie Meyer, The Twilight film is going to be a huge success, and the Edward Cullen figure is a must have for any fan of the books or devotee to actor Robert Pattinson.”
You can find out more information about it here. Before you click on the link, however, I’m going to bet that your jaws will drop when you see the picture of it.
There are a lot of movie stills here and be happy about it. Be happy. You have never had so much eye candy in your life before. Of course, if you want to remain spoiler-free, you may!
The V Man photoshoot with the Twilight guys is out! Here’s the article:
Spoiler alert: If you want to find out how Twilight ends, all you need to do is pick up the book. The film, which comes out this November, is an adaptation of the first volume in Arizona author Stephenie Meyer’s popular vampire quadrilogy, a set of sentimental tales about the impossible love between an ordinary 17-year-old high school girl and her classmate, a beautiful 110-year-old bloodsucker, who refuses to bite her and damn her to his sort of immortality. In other words, it’s your regular teenage romance. “The story has elements of Romeo + Juliet and Titanic,” says director Catherine Hardwicke (Lords of Dogtown, Thirteen), “but it’s also got sexual tension, the supernatural, and a guy who’s fighting his own impulses in order to stay in the relationship. It’s really very sexy. Who hasn’t fallen for the wrong person? It’s like, ‘I know that this is the last person I should let my heart go to, but it’s already gone.’”
So far, audiences seem sold on the film, sight unseen. Twilight cost $37 million to make, but judging from the groundswell of support from Meyer’s fans—many of them teenage girls—producers should have little trouble recouping their costs, especially considering the ensemble cast of young male heartthrobs they’ve assembled. Meyer may not be J.K. Rowling, but she’s certainly no slouch. The final book in the series, Breaking Dawn, sold about 1.3 million copies on the day it was released last August (about a sixth of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’ first day). Translation rights to the books have been sold in thirty-three different countries, and the second, New Moon, spent thirty-three weeks on the New York Times children’s best-seller list. Vampire stories have some staying power—especially vampire stories about lovelorn kids.
In adapting the first book, Hardwicke and screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg opted to stay faithful to Meyer’s narrative. (Probably a wise decision, considering how rabid the readership is.) Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) is an average teen living in Phoenix who decides to move to her father’s house in Forks, Washington, a dreary place where it rains three-quarters of the year, to give her mother and her new stepfather time to travel. At school, Bella meets Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), an alluring and initially distant presence, whom she begins to suspect is a vampire. As it turns out, Edward belongs to a coven of beautiful vegetarian vamps—a family of sorts, brought together by a shared mandate to drink animal blood instead of the human kind.
The two begin a relationship, fraught with all the usual, uh, interfaith difficulties. Meanwhile, a rival group of equally beautiful but less friendly bloodsuckers descends on the town, one of whom decides to hunt Bella for sport. The chase is on, and it’s up to Edward to save her. “It’s just such a great metaphor for unrequited love,” says Rosenberg. “Bella feels very normal, and that can be hard when she’s surrounded by these modelesque figures, who are so difficult to relate to physically. It’s the same for any kid growing up in L.A., when you’re surrounded by models and actors.”
Perhaps energized by the beauty-myth subtext and the allure of forbidden love, Meyer’s fan base has proven to be an active one. Groups like Twilighters, Twi-Hards, and even Twilight Moms have organized online, and in July they flocked to San Diego’s Comic-Con, where Meyer, Hardwicke, Rosenberg, and members of the principal cast showed footage and took questions from the crowd—at least when they could be heard over the screams. The response to actors Robert Pattinson, Cam Gigandet, and Taylor Lautner was “a little like the Beatles on Ed Sullivan,” Rosenberg recalls. “It was insanity.” The coming-of-age story’s sequels have yet to be planned, but given the reaction so far, Hardwicke is sanguine about her chances of revisiting the series. “I mean,” she says, “who wouldn’t want to be bitten on the neck by a handsome vampire?”
The pictures are after the cut!
This week = pure madness! From the posters, new movie stills, soundtracks, and the final trailer that is coming up real soon. But first, let’s have your regular update on Twilight News.
We have more new stills from Biss-Xperts: (click on link for more movie stills)
Also, tMF has an article regarding Twilight Box Office Success.
Described by a number of movie bloggers as one of the most debated issues today – - Is Twilight destined to become a Box Office success?
Read more to find out.
That’s about all for now until we have the full Twilight Trailer!