I just finished watching Enchanted on Star Movies (Starhub – Ch 58) and this quote came out on the screen together with the voice we love so much:
“What if I’m not the hero, what if I’m the bad guy?”
It’s Twilight! And Star Movies will be showing it this November 22 at 2100hrs. You can check it out at Star Movies.
The New Moon cast will be appearing in various talkshows. You can check out the schedule of their appearances over at Twilight Lexicon
MTV needs our questions for the New Moon cast! Larry Carrol will be interviewing Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner and Chris Weitz individually and some group interviews too. You can drop by Twilight Lexicon to submit your questions.
Here’s Chris Weitz as he reveals more about New Moon:
He explains more about the use of colour in the film as compared to Twilight. (Remember the blue tint? ) Plus a little bit more on Italy and the Volturi. Read the full article here.
Next, Jackson Rathbone says that the Volturi are ‘Nice to See’. Woots!
MTV: Out of the new characters joining the franchise for “New Moon,” which is your favorite?
Jackson Rathbone: My favorite character in “New Moon” that wasn’t in “Twilight”? I guess my favorite character in “New Moon” is a collective — the Volturi. It’s one of those things that’s really nice to see, these decadent older vampires that run this vampire society, if you will. I think they’re an amazing group of actors that we were able to get for the film, and they are very scary and intimidating. They’re all perfect — I mean, Dakota Fanning is a terrifying Jane; absolutely terrifying.
You’ve watched the new Wolfpack clip, right? Here’s an article on how fans react to the exclusive clip. Alternatively, you can watch the video here:
Not to worry Twifans because according to Jackson Rathbone, there will be plenty of Edward in ‘New Moon’:
He also said fans shouldn’t worry about not getting enough Edward. As has already been announced and shown in the newest trailer, Bella has hallucinations about Edward, allowing Pattinson more screen time.
“I’ve heard people are concerned about Edward and the Cullens not being in the film, but Edward is very prominent in the film, especially in Bella’s mind. The way that [director] Chris Weitz worked it out is beautiful, and I think that people are going to love it,” Rathbone said – Source
Let’s give Charlie Bewley some love! Here’s an interview of him at Summit Entertainment’s Astro Boy Premiere in Los Angeles:
It’s finally here! The video premiere of Death Cab For Cutie’s Meet Me On The Equinox, which will be one of the songs listed in the New Moon soundtrack. Enjoy!
More news on New Moon Soundtrack. Pre-Orders on Itunes starts today! And if you do, you can instantly download Anya Marina’s song ‘Satellite Heart’. The same thing as last year, Itunes has packaged the New Moon Soundtrack with not one but 4 Exclusive Bonus tracks! Knock yourself out with the extra tracks from and DCFC’s Music Video for ‘Meet Me On The Equinox’ :
1. Lupe Fiasco – Solar Midnite
2. The Magic Numbers And Amadou & Mariam – All I Believe In
3. APM Orchestra. – Die Fledermaus – Duettino: Ach, ich darf nicht hin zu dir
4. Ulf Bastlein – Wandrers Nachtlied II, Op. 96, No. 3, D.768 (preorder only)
More details here.
Please note that as far as we know purchase/preorders on Itunes is only possible for those who have US Credit cards and a US Billing address.
More from Anya Marina about her song Satellite Heart from chopshoprecords!
“I heard all sorts of my favourite bands were being considered for the soundtrack (Thom Yorke, Death Cab, Grizzly Bear, etc) In fact, on the day of my own private screening, as I walked in, The Killers were making their way out.
….When I heard that Chris decided not only to include Satellite Heart in my favourite scene in New Moon, but also in the soundtrack, I was-pardonthe pun- over the moon. I can’t wait to see it in the movie….”
It’s titled “Love the One You’re With” using the original NM poster as the two-page opening spread and includes many of the previously released press pix (i.e. Bella/Edward almost-kiss, Jacob in the rain, Carlisle & injured Bella), a lot in 5 x 7 or above. Written by David Grove, who was apparently on the Vancouver set at some point of NM filming, as he speaks about watching 100 high school extras at the junior high doubling for Forks High, singing “Happy Birthday” to Bella as she exits her truck. “The past year has been insane and psychotic,” he quotes Stewart. “It’s surreal to be playing Bella a second time, and I feel like I’m growing up with her.” (pg. 44) The sky then gets sunny, and Weitz moves the production inside to shoot until the clouds return.
BTW, this magazine is sold at Kinokuniya. Please call to check if the issue is available.
MTV has reported that they were told, the new New Moon posters revealed yesterday
Will primarily be used for outdoor bus shelters and other spots, primarily in New York and Los Angeles, that feature outdoor posters. There’s no word on the exact locations of the posters, so for now you’ll just have to soak it all in on the Web.
Maybe this time we’ll see the ‘real’ New Moon poster on our bustops and NOT this !
Kidding lah… We love New Moon rice!
Remember over a month ago we posted that Robert Pattinson was on the September cover of French magazine Premiere. Well scans of that magazine has appeared on a French New Moon fansite Le Monde Francesca. Here are the images from the magazine.
[Updated] Thanks to ThinkingofRob.com for the translation of his interview with Premiere.
Premiere: Movie sets are the only place where you can have a private life?
Rob: Its crazy no? I haven’t found one place in the world yet where I could disappear. Even in the most remote places I can imagine, someone will ask me for a picture with them or an autograph. Honestly, I didn’t think I would be recognized so easily. (Laughs)
Premiere: At the same time you must have to watch how you act, which must not be easy, especially when you’re 23. I remember when I was 23… It was better that a camera wasn’t aimed at me 24/7
Rob: Exactly! What worries me the most is that I don’t know when my patience will run out, when I finally do something really stupid. Wait and see…
Premiere: Do you ever tell yourself “I never signed for this”?
Rob: All the time. A few months ago I came really close to losing it. I was getting really paranoid. And then I started a new job, things fixed themselves. I can’t turn my back on the situation and ignore it. If tomorrow I say: ‘Okay, I’ve had enough, were stopping everything” it won’t change anything. Might as well try to accept it and stay zen as I have no control over it. I’m a pretty prude person, therefore it’s not always easy. But whining won’t change anything.
Please check out Le Monde Francesca for the complete scanned pages of Premiere!
MTV: Tell us about your character in “New Moon.”
Sheen: I play Aro. For people who aren’t fans of the books, I play one of the Volturi —
somebody described it as being like the royal family of vampires, which I guess is a good description. He’s very calming on the surface, very gentle and soft on the surface. But beneath, he is a psychopathic killer. … He’s a great character, and I had a great time doing it.
MTV: When will we see Aro next?
Sheen: Well, he doesn’t appear in “Eclipse.” He appears again in “Breaking Dawn.”
MTV: Have they told you to set aside some time for that one?
Sheen: Who knows? Nothing has been spoken about yet.
MTV: We can also see some teases of a dark Dakota Fanning in the “New Moon” trailer. How is she in the film?
Sheen: She’s fantastic. She’s scary as hell, but she looks so sweet. She’s got a great character there. People are really going to love her.
MTV: You’ve worked with all kinds of actors. But is there anything quite like working with the maelstrom that is Robert Pattinson?
Sheen: [Laughs.] I don’t know how he copes with it all. I certainly wouldn’t have been able to deal with it when I was his age. He and Kristen are really amazing. They’re fully committed to what they’re doing, and I wish them all the best.
MTV: What’s the one “New Moon” scene you’re most excited to see come together?
Sheen: There’s a great scene that involves all of them. Robert, Kristen —
Ashley is there as well. All the Volturi are there, and we’re on this amazing set, and there’s a lot of effects and stuff. I think that will be amazing.
Watch the video and full interview here.
There will be a Sneak Preview of the NEW MOON: THE OFFICIAL ILLUSTRATED MOVIE COMPANION inside People magazine hitting the newstands on Friday 25th September. It will include never-before-seen-photos from the movie. This exclusive from The Twilight Saga.com. Thanks for the heads up!!
E! Online is also doing a Preview on People Magazine’s Sneak preview of New Moon : The Official Illustrated Movie companion later today. It may include this picture below - thanks to Robert Pattinson Life.
[Updated] And here’s another picture! Thanks to Lion_lamb for the screen capture pic.
Canadian magazine Saturday Night Magazine’s October issue an exclusive interview with Ashley Green. This is Ashley’s first magazine cover!
On how she won the role of Alice Cullen: “I originally auditioned for Bella, and so I read the first book and kind of fell in love with it. I went in and auditioned and actually they called me back in and said, ‘No, you’re not right for Bella,’ so I was bummed, and then they brought me back for Alice. I worked more on it – that was all I did for a couple of days before I went in. I came in probably like five times before I actually got the role – and then I went home for Christmas and literally just had to wait and wait. I thought that I didn’t get it again, and then I got the call that I was Alice and I freaked out and called my dad and mom.”
What do you make of this Robert Pattinson craze? It’s starting to get to the point where the pandemonium is putting him in dangerous situations. What’s your take on that?
It’s sad for Rob! It’s a hard thing because we absolutely adore our fans, and he does too, and they helped us get to where we are now so you have to be thankful for that. I applaud him – with my fan encounters, there’s a process. It’s kind of like this chisel effect where there’s one and then it’s two and then it’s five, so I was kind of able to ace it. But he got slapped with 25,000 screaming girls so I definitely think he’s taking it in stride. They love him so much and I know they don’t want to hurt him, but people just don’t realize that when they’
re that many people coming with a force, it can be very dangerous sometimes.
How has it been with the other Twilight castmates? Is there anyone on set that you happen to be closer with?
Kellan [Lutz] and I are very close. I have different relationships with different people – and it’s really great, I kind of get the best of everything. Rachelle [Lefevre] and I have this, like, zest for life. She and I can just go and have a glass of wine and unwind, and we work out together and stuff like that so she and I have that kind of relationship – I think we’re both easygoing, fun people. Kristen [Stewart] and I recently got closer. I feel like in the first film, we were friends, but with our schedule we were never in the same place at the same time. So, with the second one, it was more intimate as far as the amount of people involved. After the first week or two of production, it was just me, Kristen, Rob and Taylor [Lautner], and then Rachelle was there for a little bit. Taylor’s super, super sweet, and Jackson [Rathbone], I adore. I love them all. They’
Head on to SNMag.com for the complete interview.
Rachelle LeFevre spoke to People magazine about how Twilight opened doors for her and said very nice things about Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart.
“If you can weather the fire and come out on the other side and you’re still recognizable to everybody who knew you before, I think that’s indicative of a larger grace,”
Online ticket sellers MovieTickets and Fandango report that the follow-up to last year’s hit from Summit Entertainment, which sold $191.5 million worth of tickets in the U.S. and Canada, is selling out screenings earlier than any other movie to date.
“New Moon” has sold out 50 showtimes of nearly 22,000 offered on Fandango and 13 showtimes of 2,912 offered on MovieTickets. Most of the sold-out shows are at or around midnight Nov. 20, when the movie debuts.
More news on the New Moon Soundtrack on MTV and how its shaping up. So Death Cab For Cutie, The Used, Bon Iver and Thom Yorke (Radiohead) are in.
“There is a lot of love lost, so the artists that are going to make up the soundtrack reflect that longing — a lot of acoustic instruments, a lot of a cappella singing.”
I’m so glad there is a snap shot of my absolute favorite shot from the entire trailer, the one of Bella’s vision of Edward after her cliff jump. She reaches out to him as he floats in the water next to her, and as she is pulled away from him by Jacob, she touches his face, distorting the image. It is so sad and so beautiful, and shows the leaps and bounds “New Moon” has come from “Twilight.”
Awww… I love this particular scene too! Thank you Chris Weitz!
Two New Moon extras share their experience with MTV.com about filming on set together with Robert & Kristen in Italy.
“One morning we’re sitting by the piazza. We’re having coffee at 6:30 in the morning and the casting director comes over and he says, ‘Hey! Do you guys want to be in the movie?’” recalled Vanessa. “That was it. We went [and] we put our red capes on and we worked until 8pm.”….
“All the action is happening behind us with Edward and Bella running and everybody is supposed to be looking toward the church and we have our hoods and we’re all like this [looks backward] trying to sneak a peek at Edward and look at his abs” she said. “And the Italian director is screaming at us … and he’s screaming ‘Guardare la chiesa!’ — ‘Look at the church! Look at the church!’”…
“They also filmed two scenes with the Porsche: one with the Porsche driving up the street and coming to a screeching halt basically in front of us… and then one of the last scenes we did was with the Porsche… on one of those trucks with the cameras in front of it.”
The ladies were privy to one of the tricks of the trade when they witnessed the compact car on a fast-moving flatbed truck to give the appearance that the Porsche was speeding down the cobble stone street. In actuality, it was the truck, not the car, that was the real safety hazard.
Read more here.
Thank you to Mr.Pattinson.com as we now have the scans from Film Ink Australian Magazine (September Issue).
See the rest of the following scans here.
Handsome, awesome and starring in the high-profile role of Volturi vampire Caius, Bower has one secret weapon at his disposal that his co-stars don’t: two other high-profile projects (the next “Harry Potter” movie, TV’s “The Prisoner”) scheduled to wage war on our pop-culture awareness soon.
And a brief Michael Sheen interview from BBC:
MTV’s Hollywood Crush has a new interview with Kristen Stewart!
Kristen Stewart is a down-to-earth chick. She avoids the limelight, prefers to star in independent flicks and, as evidenced at the MTV Movie Awards, is kind of awkward. When most actors say the best part of being in a blockbuster hit like “Twilight” is the public recognition or fortune, Kristen said in a Q&A for the “Adventureland” DVD (out August 25) that it’s given her the opportunity to “do things that I really like, things like an independent movie nobody would normally see.” Now, she laughs, “it’s like, ‘Oh let’s go see Bella in this stripper movie; it’ll be crazy!’”
“I’m looking forward to all aspects of [“New Moon”]. A lot more is introduced, like the world of the werewolves comes alive, and the second movie is much more quaint,” Kristen shared. “Edward leaves her, which is interesting, considering the first movie is based entirely on their devotion to each other. So to see them cope without each other and to see this character, Jacob, who is supposed to represent light and warmth. He pulls her out of a rut that’s seemingly impossible. And it’s really tragic.”
Its Taylor Lautner’s turn with Fred Topel at CanMag.com
“I honestly don’t think they’re expecting to be as heartbroken as I think they will be,” Lautner said. “I know when I read New Moon I really felt bad for Jacob’s character and Bella’s just because Jacob can’t have her and he’s trying to get her and everything that’s going on and her being torn and confused. So I felt really bad but actually when I lived the experience with Kristen, it was much worse and I just can’t imagine what the fans are going to think when they watch that.”
Justine Wachsberger did a couple of interviews recently and we have 2 from Fanbolt and Popeater. As you already know, Justine plays Giana.. the human who works with the Volturi.
Have you read the Twilight books?
Justine Wachsberger: Yeah, all four of them.
Had you read them before you got the role?
Justine Wachsberger: I had seen Twilight, and read briefly the first one. After I got the part, I obviously read New Moon, Eclipse, and Breaking Dawn.
How was that audition process for you?
Justine Wachsberger: It was stressful, but it was fun at the same time. I auditioned for Heidi originally. At the beginning I started getting stressed out when I started hearing casting rumors about who had gotten the part. After about three weeks after auditioning, I got a call saying that I got cast as Gianna.
Does your role follow the character from the book closely?
Justine Wachsberger: Yeah, it pretty much does. Gianna is a complex character in a sense that you don’t really know what her motivations are for working for the Volturi. You don’t really understand her motivations in the book, and I feel like the movie lets that mystery go on.
Did you realize how huge the franchise was when you signed on?
“I already knew – I went to see ‘Twilight,’ and I do sometimes read Us Weekly and the tabloids, and realized it was such a big deal to be in this movie.”
Did anything surprise you about filming ‘New Moon’?
“I thought it would be harder to be on set, just because of the buzz and the fact that all these actors started as unknown and became so big – not all of them, but the majority. I thought I would arrive on set and kind of be an outsider and not really fit in. On the contrary, everyone was really nice, really down the Earth. It was a very friendly atmosphere. I was a little stressed out at the beginning, like ‘I’m getting to Vancouver on set, what is it going to be like?’ It was actually a really good surprise.”
Who was the most fascinating to see in action?
“I love Dakota Fanning. I’ve always been a big fan. A very talented actress at such a young age.”
Did you make any decisions about Gianna that weren’t necessarily dictated by [writer] Stephenie Meyer or [director] Chris Weitz?
“I think obviously you have to tell a story about your character in your mind, but could I lay it out there in front of you? I don’t think so. But I created a past for her. I think she’s aware of the risk to her, the risk of being killed, but her desire to be immortal and her desire to be part of this world is stronger than her fear to die.”
“I think she’s kind of in the middle between good and evil. She’s the thin line between being human and working for vampires. She’s the one that brings Edward and Bella to the Volturi. In those ways, she’s that middle line.”
Kristen Stewart will be featured in the September issue in British magazine Dazed & Confused. MTV has the inside pictures of the magazine.
Kristen warns not to judge a celeb—including her—by a magazine cover. “The fact is, the paparazzi and most interviewers, they want your soul,” she said. “It’s so scary because your persona… and I guess I now have one, because people think of me in a certain way… is all based entirely on quick snippets of crazed moments in your life. And that is what people then base their entire opinion of me on!”
To make matters worse, sometimes its the actress herself who unintentionally causes the misunderstanding. “Anything you say can come and bite you in the ass,” Kristen said. “It’s not even like you say things you don’t mean, it’s just that sometimes they come out wrong.”
Read more here. You can get this magazine at Kinokuniya’s store at Ngee Ann City but we have checked and the September issue is not yet available. So better to call first.
MTV’s Larry Carroll talked to Taylor Lautner & Kiowa Gordon about the Wolfpack & ‘muffin scene’ in The Twilight Saga:New Moon.
As those who have read the Stephenie Meyer novels know, this inserted scene is rife with dramatic and humorous possibilities. At some point in the saga, Sam Uley imprints on Emily — the second cousin of high school sweetheart Leah Clearwater — leaving Leah more than a tad bitter. The scene takes place on the La Push reservation, with many of the key Quileute characters interacting while they partake in their bountiful breakfast. But why muffins?
“We like muffins,” Gordon said, revealing that the Quileute wolves have a taste for more than vampire flesh.
“The muffin scene?” Taylor Lautner grinned when we told him of Gordon’s comments. “I didn’t have the pleasure to enjoy any muffins.
Watch the video and read complete article here.
Ashley Greene has this interview where she spoke about reprising her role as Alice Cullen in The Twilight Saga: New Moon.
Going through the fandom of Twilight is a common experience few people could share outside the Twilight world. “Obviously, I can’t speak on anybody else’s behalf, because I don’t know, but I think that we are all definitely looking at each other going, ‘What is going on? What do you do? Does it happen to you?’ so it’s very nice to have someone right there going through the same thing as you and to be able to relate to it. And, yeah, I think it’s had a tremendous effect on how close we’ve all become.”
Read the article here.
CanMag’s Fred Topel has an interview with Chris Weitz who talked about the special effects in New Moon as well as ‘inheriting’ Twilight.
“The Volturi are lit differently because they are a different breed of vampire altogether. The diamond skin we’re remaking. It’s going to be groovy. I mean, it’s still diamond skin but it’s been completely reconstructed effects for this one.”
Weitz did acknowledge he is inheriting quite a toy box from his predecessor, and the books on which the films are based. “I inherited a wonderful cast which is really the main appeal to me because when I was offered the film, I hadn’t read the book yet. When I read the book, I realized that there were these deep currents of longing and romance to it, and I inherit a huge fan base, which is incredible, because you know that people are going to see your movie. That’s the only thing you worry about when you’re making a film in the first place. It’s so expensive to make a film and you work so hard, you make other people work so hard, that knowing that other people are going to see it is tremendously refreshing.”
Again MTV’s Larry Carroll is asking the right questions for us. Check out his feature :
The Cliff Dive — Kristen Stewart told us long ago that Bella’s pivotal cinematic near-suicide will be CGI, and we’ve got to admit: We’re still a bit concerned. Fan-made videos like this one give us an idea of some things to expect from what could be the most powerful moment in “New Moon,” but so far, nothing official. Come on, Chris Weitz — cough it up!
Quil Be Seeing You — Everybody’s got their own favorite quasi-obscure “Twilight” character, and mine is Jacob’s “wingman” Quil Ateara. We know he’s played by Tyson Houseman in the film, but we haven’t seen so much as a publicity shot yet. Sure, some might laugh — but I’ll be wearing a “Team Quil” shirt when I see the film on opening night. Which reminds me of a second complaint: Why has no one invented “Team Quil” T-shirts yet?
The Vancouver Sun has an interview with Jordelle Ferland who will play a ‘newly turned vampire’ that still remains nameless (whom we think might be Bree ) in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.
Ferland has been working in film and television since she was two years old, starring in her first film at the age of four (Mermaid) and playing the lead in a successful suspense thriller (Silent Hill).
She has worked with Rene Zellweger, appeared on Late Night With Conan O’Brien and just-wrapped The Cabin in the Woods written by Joss Whedon (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and Drew Goddard (Lost), but nothing of the magnitude of the Twilight saga.
“I’m so excited,” giggled Ferland. “It’s not that I didn’t think I would get the role, it’s just that things like this never happen. I’m still having a hard time believing it.”
Eclipse will be Ferland’s second time working with Twilight star Kristen Stewart, who plays Bella Swan, the mortal teen who falls for vampire Edward Cullen, played by Robert Pattinson.
Larry Carroll of MTV asked The Twilight cast members while attending the Teen Choice Awards about what they were up to in Vancouver this time with director David Slade for The Twilight Saga : Eclipse.
“Oh, it’s exciting, man,” Jackson Rathbone told us about recent meetings the actors have had with David Slade, the bloodthirsty “30 Days of Night” director who will oversee them for the soon-to-shoot third film in the series. “We’ve all met with him. We’ve all been up to Vancouver doing training and getting ready for all the action.”
But since Rathbone plays Civil War soldier-turned-vampire Jasper Hale — and confirmed to us that Jasper’s 1863 transformation will be included in “Eclipse” as a flashback — the charismatic star has been blessed with one bit of training that the other Cullens don’t get to partake in.
“Horseback training,” Kellan Lutz sighed. “I’m jealous.”
” ‘Eclipse’ is big on fighting, so Jasper trains all of us,” Lutz said of a key sequence in the book that has Rathbone’s war veteran teaching the werewolves and vampires fighting techniques in order to defend themselves against newborn vampires. “All of us characters are actually going through fight training, stunt training. We’re all hitting the gym pretty hard so we can have the endurance.”
Read the complete article and watch the video here at MTV.
Here is a little something that Twilight Supermom, Intan Zalani from Malaysia sent us. She did this video on her ‘Lurve Affair’ with Twilight’. And she’s in competition to win a tonne of money. Rock on!!!
Larry Carroll also spoke to Ashley Greene at the TCA 2009 and here’s what she has to say about the work they did in Italy during the filming of The Twilight Saga : New Moon
“We were in Italy for those four or five days, and it was nutty,” Greene remembered of the shoot, which director Chris Weitz has said had a Twilighter in virtually every spot that wasn’t on camera, watching them film. “The amount of people that were in this tiny little town, it took 45 minutes to go, like, 5 feet.”
The scene, which features a black-clad Bella running through a procession of red-robed people to stop Edward from stepping into the sunlight, effectively uses slow-motion and music to build drama for a pivotal moment in the epic saga. And much like the fans, Greene said she couldn’t believe how beautifully the sequence came together…..
“…. it was a great experience, amazing energy,” she remembered of the shoot, as well as the multiple takes it took to pull it off. “And Kristen that day — the poor girl just ran and ran and ran and ran.”
Jackson Rathbone talks a little bit more about the birthday scene and ‘Frightening’ Kristen Stewart. Read the article and watch the video here. Woots!
High quality photos from the New Moon Calendar 2010 from MTV:
Procede here for more pictures!
Also, check out the comparison of the characters in Twilight and that in New Moon. Check out NewMoonMovie.Org and vote for Which Director Got The Visual Style Right?.
The cast are back in Vancouver to film the third film of The Twilight Saga, Eclipse. Spotted: Kellan Lutz, Ashley Greene, Elizabeth Reaser, Nikki Reed (& boyfriend), Bryce Howard and Xavier Samuel.
More at Twilight Indonesia!
Meanwhile, Peter Facinelli and Jackson Rathbone talks about Rachelle leaving the family. Read it here at MTV. And thanks to twilightbritneyfan for providing the YouTube video:
Peter also gives us more info about Eclipse’s rehearsals and stuntworks. *Spoilers*Spoilers*Spoilers*
We’re still in the Comic-Con mode, so here’s what we have for you today! Articles and photos just keep coming in!
FAME (and Robert Pattinson!) Well, according to Rob, fame isn’t the worst thing in the world:
Attending the “Twilight Saga’s New Moon” panel at Comic Con in San Diego on Thursday, July 23, the British actor jokingly said, “I never do anything normal anyway” before then adding, “I pretty much live an almost identical life apart from being recognized.”
You have seen the two “pirated” clips from the previous post. Now, from MTV, Robert describes Bella’s Hallucinations in ‘New Moon’:
“It’s just Edward’s voice in the book,” Pattinson told his fans at Comic-Con. “And I guess it would look probably pretty cheesy if it was just my voice, so they’ve done these hallucinations, kind of semi-visible apparitions.”
Kristen Stewart added that in these hallucinations Bella Swan has are “very subjective, like how she remembers him, not necessarily how he actually is.”
We even have cast portraits too. Thanks to EW!
Enjoy your weekends
Well they’ve done it! Someone has actually captured & filmed footage of the Twilight Saga: New Moon clips that were shown during Comic Con. Here they are - New Moon the Pirated version:
Thanks to TwilightLexicon!
Larry Carroll of MTV talked to Kristen & Taylor at Comic Con and how Edward just ‘had to appear’ in New Moon.
As the stars sped around from one event to the next, “New Moon” actors Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner were the queen and king of the festivities — and when we caught up with them for an exclusive interview, they were eager to talk about their playful relationship and living in the shadow of Edward Cullen.
“We needed to put a little bit more Rob in the movie — for whatever reason,” Stewart laughed, referring to her breakout co-star Robert Pattinson and the decision to insert him throughout the film in a series of “hallucination sequences”.”
And watch the press conference clips @ Comic Con starting with Robert Pattinson talks about his supporting role in New Moon. The clips are on continuos play and see how Kristen, Taylor and Robert talk about their experiences on making the Twilight series and how has life been since Twilight debuted at Comic Con last year.
Rolling Stone.com has this story : Twilight’s Sizable Imprint on Pop Culture on Display at Comic Con
Knock yourself out with Getty Images’ gallery of the New Moon Press Conference. Thanks to Twilighters Anonymous!
The Twilight/New Moon cast made a surprise appearance during The Special Screening of Twilight @ Comic Con. Radaronline.com has this video : The Twilight Madness
Access Hollywood talked New Moon with Kristen & Taylor at Comic Con.
Here’s a pretty awesome video where EW talked to Chris Weitz, Taylor, Ashley, Kristen & Rob in an exclusive interview @ Comic Con. Its cool & funny at the same time! Thanks to ew for the video.
Lee Safar is an Australian singer who has TWO songs under consideration for the New Moon Soundtrack: “I’m Here” and “Take Me Away”. MTV has an exclusive interview with the great singer who is also massive Twilight fan.
How I came to find “Twilight” is a beautiful memory for me. Stu Henshall, a recent PR grad, and I had a chance meeting in London early this year. I gave him a copy of my debut EP “Who I’ve Become” to listen to. He went into his room and woke up the next morning, after having listened to my CD obsessively all night, he said, “I’m going to take you to see something today. Have you seen ‘Twilight’?” I told him that I hadn’t even heard of it but was intrigued. We went that day and saw the movie and I was immediately obsessed.
…I’ve read the series twice and would go for a third if my schedule allowed it. My favorite book is “Breaking Dawn.”
Listen to “I’m Here” at Lee Safar’s Myspace page. And tell us what do you think?
Katie Bain of Hollywood.com reveals more details of her trip to the ‘New Moon’ set. This time we get a minute by minute, play by play of her visit.
May 7, 2009, 3:04PM The Vancouver afternoon is wet and gloomy. The peaks of the North Shore Mountains are obscured in fog. This is weather that might lure out a vampire. Or so I hope. I’m in Vancouver to find them.
Amid the gas stations, superstores and baseball fields of the industrial south side of the city is Vancouver Sound Studios. Our van rolls into the parking lot, and suddenly, I am at the epicenter of a worldwide sensation and a billion teenage (and middleage and every other age) fantasies.
This is the set of New Moon.
3:36PM Our passes for the day say “USM,” for “Untitled Sports Movie.” Seems New Moon, which has been filming here and around Vancouver since March 23, is a major covert operation.
3:37PM The five other reporters and I are escorted onto Stage B. The soundstage is a massive warehouse filled by a nearly-as-massive set. On its outside, the structure looks like a plywood shell, but a glimpse through the door reveals an ornate marble palace very similar in appearance to an traditional Italian cathedral. I have entered the Volturri lair.
3:40PM A bank of monitors display what New Moon director Chris Weitz is filming on the other side of the wall. Onscreen now are Dakota Fanning and Cameron Bright, both Twilight Saga newbies, sporting deathly pallors and red contact lenses. The pretty woman with the long glossy hair sitting to my right is Stephenie Meyer. The only way I could get closer to central command of the Twilight universe would be to climb on her lap and ask her to tell me a story.
…. 4:15PM Stewart, Pattinson and Greene film a scene with the Volturri. It goes (more or less) like this:
[Bella, Alice and Edward, who wears a long maroon cloak, stand near the entrance of the ornate room. Aro steps off the dias towards our daring trio.]
Aro: What a happy surprise. Bella is alive after all. I love a happy ending. They’re so rare. La tua cantante(Italian for “your song”). It makes me thirsty. Her blood appeals to me. How do you stand to be so close to her?
Edward: It’s not without its difficulties. (RP says this with intensity).
Aro: So now you know everything. Fascinating. I’d love to see if you are an exception to my gift as well. Would you do me the honor?
[Aro seems to meditate on Bella.]
Interesting. I see nothing. I wonder if — let’s see if she’s immune to all of our powers, shall we Jane?
Katie Bain’s coverage is TOTALLY ENJOYABLE (with AWESOME DETAILS) cos you feel you were there with her!! Read more in her 12 PAGE article : Vampires in Vancouver – All Details of our New Moon set visit.
Of the 12 page article interviews were done among others with Michael Sheen, Taylor Lautner, Rachelle LeFevre, Melissa Rosenberg and Charlie Bewley .
Here are excerpts from the interview with the cast & crew members.
How was writing New Moon different from Twilight?
Melissa Rosenberg: In Twilight, you’re setting up the world. You’re introducing the world, and I was also writing in a vacuum because I didn’t know who the actors were going to be. Now you’re going to New Moon and Eclipse, and I could write specifically to them in my mind. So it becomes a more comfortable world.
New Moon is not about setting up the world, but it’s its own set of challenges because New Moon is very internal … There’s been a lot of talk about how Edward and the Cullens are not a part of the middle of New Moon, but actually they are. Certainly Edward is very much alive in Bella’s mind throughout New Moon … I think fans will be very satisfied with what we’re doing — one, because it’s true to the book and two, because there’s more Edward. That can’t be bad!
A Stunt-Heavy Interview With Rachelle Lefevre (Hollywood.com)
Will New Moon s action look the same as Twilight’s?
Rachelle Lefevre: It’s so much wirework. It’s so much actual doing-it. In terms of the look of it … I think Chris has approached things as it should be, a little rawer and a little more literally grounded.
I think it was very flighty in the first one, so when we were running fast it was almost like you weren’t touching the ground … I think he’s factored gravity in a little more than they did in the first film, so that might have a different look as a result.
On New Moon‘s underwater action:
RL: I spent six hours in a pool doing the underwater stuff. They did a really interesting thing where they did this amazing stunt with the bit where Bella gets caught in the tidal wave … I think it must have been 2,000 gallons of water in massive – they looked like huge, rectangular cargo containers you put on the back of trains.
First, they did it with a stunt double, and then they did it with Kristen’s photo double, and then they literally, on action, pulled the hatch and she got pummeled with a massive tidal wave and you could watch underwater, which I did because I was in the pool, or you could watch in the monitor. You could literally see her spinning, they created a tidal wave, and they literally filmed until she got spit out. And when it spit her out, the cut was over.
How will New Moon be different from Twilight?
RL: A lot of times when I ask fans, “What’s your favorite book?” people say Twilight. The reason I hear a lot is, “Well, it was my first entry into this world,” and it’s sort of like that first bit that you can never really get back. Your first time. So New Moon is kind of like you know who the characters are, you have some idea of where it’s going, particularly if you’ve read the books, and now what you get to do is watch the real struggle.
Now, nevermind figuring out who everyone is, figuring out who the actors are with who you had in your imagination vs. who they cast. All that is gone, and now all that is set, you get to watch a really horrifically gut-wrenching love triangle. And a real struggle. It’s so character-driven. They haven’t lost any of the actions sequences … but at its heart, I do think it’s becoming a coming-of-age story, more than just a boy-meets-girl romance, which was beautiful, but not as complicated as it gets now that Jacob is really in the mix.
What went into your research? Did you read the books? Did you get to talk Stephenie?
JCB: I haven’t had a long discussion with Stephenie. My plan is to have a long discussion with her at some point today. Maybe it won’t be a long discussion, maybe it will be like five minutes.
Yeah, I read the books and I did a lot of online research, because it’s good to know what people who’ve read the books think about the characters as well. Because the books alone have such a huge fan base. You’ve got to stay true to what people want to see, I think. So I did that and talked to lots of people. And my friends gave me their ideas as well.
Did they make you audition for the role?
JCB: They did! They did make me audition. Disgraceful, isn’t it. Shocking!
Did you read the books before you auditioned?
JCB: No, I didn’t read the books before I auditioned, no. I went off the sides. Once I got the role, I obviously read the books. My 15-year-old brother kind of sat me down and insisted. I went back to my mum, and she was like, “You’re going to read this, and you’re going to read it now!’ I was like, “OK, that’s cool.”
In the first movie, the goal was to make it more like a Hong Kong action-type thing. Are you going far away from that?
JM: Yeah, we’re trying to tone the Hong Kong aspect down and go more real. Going to the actors, we spent a lot of time talking to them about what their character would be and what kind of performance. Rather than teaching them how to fight in a particular style, we’re trying to adapt our fights to match their style that they already bring with them.
There aren’t a lot of fights on this show. Mostly it’s been about chasing or jumping and transition of being a human to wolf, and selling the fact that the wolf boys are something that we don’t quite understand yet.
Most challenging scene of this movie for you guys?
JM: I think in terms of complications, it’s going to be the fight. Like I say, we’re trying for something different. It’s kind of become cool, because we’ve given ourselves so many limitations that there’s only so many holes you can squeak out of to make it work, and its crated its own thing. It’s really exciting to see what it is.
What adjectives would you use to describe it?
JM: What we’re doing is trying to go inside the vampire world. Everybody always looks at it from the human world. So we see them hanging in the air. We see them doing all this stuff that we think of, but in reality, they’re way faster than us. So there’s a lot going on that we don’t normally see.
Do you actually know Demetri’s backstory, based on what’s in the book?
CB: I made it up.
CB: Demetri was obviously Italian. And at a young age, he was orphaned. He was living in the foothills of Mt. Vesuvius – the big, volcanic mountain – and in 900 A.D., it erupts. Lava starts pouring down, and his parents get caught in it. Their house gets taken apart. I outrun the lava, into the foothills, where I found a place where I was safe, essentially. But I couldn’t provide for myself, so I was thrown into slavery. I went through various masters but they couldn’t pin me down, because I was so nonchalant and arrogant and just ran away from everyone; it was really frustrating. I kept getting sold on to the next guy – the next master, for the best price they could get – and I was too nice for someone just to kill me.
So eventually I got sold to a merchant trader in Rome, who dealt specifically in fighters, and I found myself in front of the Coliseum with these baying, bloodthirsty Romans, desperate for gladiatorial combat. I didn’t have any fighting skills, so I just ran around for three hours and no one could catch me – until somebody shot me with an arrow. I was lying on the floor, I was about to die, I was waiting for Commodus’ verdict of thumbs up or thumbs down, and he’s about to give it a down when Aro comes in and whispers in his ear and says, “Don’t kill him, I’ll take him.” Aro converts me in the depths of the Coliseum himself, and I’ve been working loyally for him ever since.
Katie Bain ends her AWESOME 12 page reveal with this:
This adventure is coming to a close. En route to the Vancouver airport, Rick, the teamster who’s been driving us around for two days, says that in his years of experience as a set driver, the Twilight pandemonium is one of the more unique things he’s seen.
“When you think about it,” he says, “It’s not really that different from the Beatles. And we’re here to see it. We’ve all been part of a moment.”
Fans and haters will say what they want about the books, the movies, the actors, the screaming girls, the rumored romances and everything else related to this nebulous universe of fanaticism, fame and fiction. Ultimately though, Twilight has wedged itself into our cultural consciousness as a pop culture phenomenon.
Rick is right. Whether we like, love it, or, like, really LOVE it, this is Twilight‘s moment.
Phew!! As promised earlier today, Hitfix has released some more of their interviews with The Twilight Saga : New Moon cast and crew members during their visit to the film location set in Vancouver in May. On this instalment, Hitflix has interviews with Taylor Lautner, Michael Sheen and Wyck Godfrey, one of the producers of the Twilight Saga.
Becoming a movie heartthrob is never easy and Taylor Lautner is handling it with as much patience and class that you could expect for a 17-year-old whose become instantly recognizable to almost every teenage girl in his peer group. So, when this writer and a number of journalists visited the set of The Twilight Saga : New Moon in May, Lautner was kind enough to journey to the Vancouver studio during his offtime to chat about the highly-anticipated sequel.
Q: Can you describe the new movements you had to learn for your Wolf Pack scenes?
Well, I didn’t have anything to do with the Wolf Pack, but I did go through some dirt bike training, because I really hadn’t ridden before. So I had a couple lessons, so when they threw me on the bike I didn’t die. The biggest thing with Jacob’s physicality is, pre-transformation he’s described as clumsy, he trips over his own feet, he’s a little kid. Then, as soon as he transforms, he all of a sudden becomes very agile. So, it wasn’t certain movements or specific things I had to do, it’s just all of my movements together, even as simple as walking, had to have more of a presence, definitely easier than before.
Q: They said that for your Jacob the wolf scenes, they’re going to keep your eyes.
I believe so, because when Bella, all through the books, when she looks into the wolf’s face she sees Jacob’s eyes.
Q: What’s been your favorite scene to film so far?
Um…I’d either say, some cool action scene I got to do, because I really do like the action, or I really like the break up scene. We call it ‘the break up scene.’ It’s the first time Bella sees Jacob after he’s transformed. When she comes to his house, and she sees for the first time that his hair’s cut, he’s different, what’s up…? And he tells her, ‘We shouldn’t be friends.’ It’s a really emotional scene.
For the complete interview, please read here.
During our visit to the Vancouver set of “New Moon” last May, Sheen took a brief break to talk to the small cadre of journalists peeping around the soundstage including this intrepid writer. Last seen in a double bill of the Oscar-nominated “Frost/Nixon” and the genre flick “Underworld: Rise of the Lycans,” Frost was in full Volturi regalia in what we discovered was only his second day of shooting. Saying it was great to be “thrown in the deep end” by arriving during the middle of production, Sheen had already shot a number of key scenes.
“The first day of filming we did the 18th century stuff and then one of the modern scenes,” Sheen says. “It was a lot to deal with; the wig, and contact lenses all day and the make-up, but it was fantastic. These sets are amazing. And the look of everyone is so strong so it was great to just kind of get right into it straight away. “
…Sheen has a much different approach to playing Aro than the human-friendly Cullens and credits the author for his inspiration.
“I love the thing in the books that Stephenie [Meyer] wrote about how these vampires are all – well, the Cullen family – really beautiful, and that’s what lures people into their web,” Sheen admits. “And yet, Aro is not like that. She describes Aro as being not the same sort of thing. I like the idea that it’s his voice that lulls people in or his sort of demeanor rather than the way he looks, because he looks quite weird and scary. But yes, I’ve tried to go down that route [to]make him very mesmerizing to people, that his voice is gentle and soft. And yet, there’s something kind of unhinged about him.”
Read here for more of the interview with Micheal Sheen.
Q: Was the film more action heavy for the actors like Kristen in particular?
There’s certainly things Kristen had to do that I think she felt a little uncomfortable doing and I think it’s good because it makes Bella seem like she was uncomfortable doing it. The other day we had her jumping off of a tower against green screens to represent her jump. We had a lot of underwater stuff, you know, when she’s drowning and stuff that she had to do, which is kind of new to Kristen. So I think there’s definitely been areas where she’s pushing herself as an actress just as Bella’s pushing herself as a character. So you kind of get to see it on Kristen’s face and you’re like yeah, that’s what I thought Bella’s was doing.
Q: How is the pandemonium escalated since the filming of the last movie? Is that much more intense with this one?
Apparently this guy Rob Pattinson has gotten to be a big celebrity.
Q: Who? (Laughs.)
He’s a much bigger celebrity than he was when we were making the film a year ago. It’s again, hasn’t been disruptive. It’s just pervasive. I think it’s the hardest thing is for the actors because their lives aren’t their lives as much as they used to be. You know? It’s harder for them to walk outside and go down the street and grab a burger because people are much more aware of them. You notice them on the street. Whereas I think when we were in Oregon, most people wouldn’t have just noticed them on the street because the movie hadn’t come out yet, so I don’t know. It’s the age-old thing for movie stars. The bigger they get the more people know who they are.
Q: Just out of curiosity, with this movie and then with the upcoming ‘Eclipse’ were you surprised at all by any of like the directors who were like actively campaigning to get the role like Drew Barrymore making a public campaign to direct it or have you been surprised by any actors who approached you to be in the sequels?
I honestly having now been involved with it for a year and a half to two years [and] it’s like nothing surprises me about this franchise. Like I wouldn’t be surprised if you know Steven Spielberg said ‘My daughter loves it and [I want to direct it].” It’s just one of those things where people have daughters, people have wives, people have moms. Like all of a sudden it’s like one of those things that people want to be part of. I mean I think there have been several cases where we had actors who simply wanted to do it because they were fans of the books, not because their agent sent them a random script and they went ‘Oh that’s a great role. Great, we’d love to do that.’
See the entire interview at Hitfix.com where Wyck Godfrey also talked about Eclipse and Breaking Dawn.
Last but not least, here are a couple of youtube videos of Ashley Greene’s interview by Alexa Chung of MTV.com and Ashley again with Kellan Lutz on the set of their new movie together, Warrior.
Head over to Examine.com to read Jackson Rathbone’s interview: Jackson Rathbone talks women, cheating and how to seal the deal for a second date with him!
Another Jackson related article from MTV: Jackson Rathbone ‘Front And Center’ in ‘Girlfriend’. To know more about the Jackson’s upcoming ‘Girlfriend’, read it all at MTV.
No more Bella Swan in this picture. However, KStew had a Bella Swan moment while filming ‘The Runaways’. She fell while running down the street. Hope she’s okay now
Mandy Bierly from EW’s Popwatch with ‘Twilight’: Why Bella and Edward Really Attracted To One Another?:
Michael Sheen, who plays Aro in the The Twilight Saga: New Moon, has said how seriously Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson take their roles in the franchise, and after reading this Metro World News Interview with Stewart, I’m starting to believe him.
Continue reading here.
Twilight Stars reveal the key scenes of The Twilight Saga: New Moon. From Alice’s Porsche, to the infamous birthday scene and the Jake-Bella-Michael movie date scene
It’s one of the most anticipated films of 2009 and already has hundreds of fan sites devoted to it. Now, the stars of “New Moon” are revealing details about key scenes from the flick that will surprise even the most die-hard fans.
tiffanyd666 always make the best fan made trailers. Remember this first New Moon fanmade trailer from her?
Now check out her new fanmade New Moon trailer:
You’ve seen bits and pieces of the thrills and spills at 2009 MTV MOVIE AWARDS on 31st May on the net.
THE 2009 MTV MOVIE AWARDS PREMIERES 12 June 09 Friday 8.30pm Mal / 7.30pm Sin
13 June 09 Saturday 2pm Malaysia / 1pm Singapore
14 June 09 Sunday 5pm Malaysia / 4pm Singapore
16 June 09 Tuesday 6pm Malaysia / 5pm Singapore
ENJOY SINGAPORE TWILIGHTERS!!! Err.. its Friday night so I guess we can scream as loud as we can!!!
MTV had an interview with Catherine Hardwicke and why she chose Robert Pattinson as her leading man in Twilight. You can also see the rest of the interview here.
Furthermore, MTV also has another post Catherine Hardwicke and why Robert deserves the Breakthrough Male Award for the 2009 MTV Movie Awards.
Robert has that soul, that passion, that depth. He’s a very interesting person in his heart and soul. The movies he watches are weird independent films and foreign films; the books he reads are these great, obscure things. He’s a musician, an artist, and he’s very special and unique,” she explained, making his case as a true Hollywood breakthrough. “I can’t wait to see what he does next.”
The Twilight Saga: New Moon Official Website is now open for registration! You can register here.
And finally, E! Online interviews Andy Samberg who will be hosting this year’s MTV Movie Award. He talked about Twilight and of course the movie awards!
Yeah—I forced Andy Samberg to jizz. OK, how many times have you seen Twilight?
I’ve seen Twilight once. But I’ve seen scenes from Twilight many times in my dreams. You know what I mean? In a lot of ways I see Twilight constantly every day, because once you see it, it stays with you forever.
When I reported that the Movie Awards will include a first look at New Moon, fans went crazy. People are insane about it.
They love playing baseball! What’s not to love? If you told me that we were going to make this movie about vampires that are really, really good at baseball, I would say, “Sign me on!”
Are you Team Edward or Team Jacob?
Edward all the way.
Why is that?
You can check out the rest of the interview here.
We have more videos from TwiCrack. I wonder what’s the statue for….
Extras in red…
But Burnett knows that even “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” and “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” can’t live up to the hype surrounding “New Moon.” “The biggest sneak peek of all [is] “Twilight‘” he said. ” ‘New Moon are allowing a sneak peek”, and it’s being introduced by Robert [Pattinson] and Kristen [Stewart], so that’s huge news around the world right now. … The anticipation of those clips is going to be huge this year.”
Burnett feels that the MTV Movie Awards is the perfect place to air the first clips from “New Moon,” and his daughter tends to agree with him: “I have a 13-year-old, and when she found out a couple weeks ago there was going to be a ‘Twilight’ sneak peek, she said, ‘Oh, my God! Everybody’s going to want to see that.’ Young girls live for ‘Twilight.’ The MTV Movie Awards is a correct venue for ‘Twilight.’ It’s clearly something millions of Americans want.”
Okay, here’s my last post before I head over to East Coast Park for the Twilight Singapore Birthday Party!
Why AnnaLynne McCord passed on ‘New Moon’? MTV with the full details.
Check it out you guys – According to Twilighters Italia, Rob’s in ITALY!
Here, thanks to Pope of the Forum, the latest live images from Montepulciano! Our sources have informed this evening that Alan Cappelli, double by Robert Pattinson, was seen waiting in the car that called for some scenes. But such scenes will never run at night Motepulciano? Can you suggest in the comments!
Meanwhile we have discovered to be the double of Bella to physically dive into the fountain and the main scene will be shot on 27 with all the other extras that have already been felt. Meanwhile we know that this afternoon have been shot some scenes in the city center and all had given him something red. Coats, shirts, caps … it was really an explosion of color! And today was the ultimate scene with the porsche!
While there are rumors that Robert has already made a visit on the set, since the movement that was created this afternoon and tomorrow seems to be its first day of actual work in Italy!
That turn a moment of desperation by Edward while awaiting the verdict Voltura? Speaking with a couple of extras, it was immediately clear that the level of privacy is through the roof. Nobody can say anything.
He was clearly told that if someone were to bring their players a deli would be immediately expelled from the set, that if they speak of shooting, and production will come to know, will suffer the same fate. In other words … get news from the set during the hot days of shooting will be much like a mission impossible. But we will be always there to keep you updated as much as possible!
Fountain’s working well. The town’s in red. Yellow Porsche. Camera’s rolling soon!
Lindsay from Radar Online sent us a report of the Vancouver wrap of New Moon and a new Rob pic. See it here!
The first New Moon poster will be revealed tomorrow. According to Larry Carroll from MTV:
I’ve just gotten word that the first poster for “New Moon” will be released tomorrow. Not some Photoshopped version your friend made on her computer, not some old “Twilight” poster with the words “New Moon” taped over the title – but the real deal!
Of course, if the whole “newspaper” concept is giving you a headache – or if you’re a shut in – there’s no need to fear. The “New Moon” poster will be online at 7am EST on finer websites everywhere, including ours.
But before the big floating heads hit, what do you want to see in the poster? Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner staring into each others’ eyes with an angry Robert Pattinson in the background? A nice shot of the whole Cullen family, hovering nervously over a bloody birthday celebration? Or perhaps a first peek at the Volturi? Say it with me: Ooooh…Ahhhhh.
According to E!Online, New Moon Debut Will Rise At MTV Movie Awards 2009. Thank you Mark Malkin for the confirmation!
I can exclusively reveal that footage from the Twilight sequel will be shown for the first time during the upcoming MTV Movie Awards.
And that’s not all, it gets better…Awards-show producer Mark Burnett says Pattz, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Launter will hit the stage together to present the clip.
Montepulciano Breaking News #3 and #4 from Twilighters Italia:
Breaking News #3 - And here’s to you the latest photos from the set of Montepulciano! Piazza Grande are mounting the famous fountain scene of the race for Bella! Here are the first pictures of the installation set!
Breaking News #4 – As promised, here are a few other photos from Montepulciano! We have also managed to find the room and make-up make-up within the fortress! Not seen in the photo, which was made with a cellphone, but inside the hall, many were clearly visible red cloaks!
Thank you Vale from Twilight Poison for sending us the Spanish New Moon Logo, courtesy of Corazón Films, the distribuitor of the movie in México:
In addition, she sent us a scan of OK Magazine Mexico’s first coverage for New Moon:
Now, courtesy of Corazón Films, the distribuitor of the film in Mexico and other South American countries we have learned that OK Magazine Mexico will carry some New Moon exclusives. Last year they had tons of interviews and coverage and they promise this year it will be better. We have the scans of the first edition of their NM coverage, one that stands out is the Spanish version of the wolfpack poster.
See more scans here!