Twilighters! It’s confirmed! Robert and Kristen are dating as told by Catherine Hardwicke herself! For those who have The Straits Times (edit: Washinton Post and TIME magazine), flip over to the LIFE! Section and turn to page F26. For those who don’t here’s the quote from Catherine herself.
Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke said the film’s co-starts Kristen Stewart, 19, and Robert Pattinson, 23, are dating. ” I didn’thave a camera with in the hotel room,” she told time magazine. “But in terms of what Kristen told me directly, it didn’t happen on the first movie… it took a long time for Kristen to realise, okay, I’ve got to give this a go and really try to be with this person.“
Lookout for the New Moon leads on Jimmy Kimmel next week where Jimmy puts the spot on Taylor to talk about “what’s going on between these two?” – pointing to Rob & Kristen
Star Movies (Starhub Ch 58) will be screening Twilight on 22 November at 2100hrs. You can find more about it at Twilight – Star Movies.
MSN has a picture gallery of the New Moon casts promoting New Moon worldwide.
IT HAS been a hectic fortnight for Twilight trio Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, and Kristen Stewart as they embarked on a worldwide tour promoting their wildy-anticipated movie, New Moon. The trio were joined by the film’s director Chris Weitz, who was protective of the young bunch as thousands of fans and media track their movements throughout the journey.
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You’ve seen Stephenie Meyer on Oprah. Examiner.com now has a write-up about the interview.
When she spoke about The Twilight Saga: New Moon, Meyer stated that she was most excited about the first scene she saw with the wolves. She said that the way that the film brought out the size and power of the wolves had her literally wanting to scream out loud with joy at the capture Chris Weitz had done with the picture.
She also revealed, exclusively to Oprah, the origins of the New Moon Volturi. She said that the New Moon story originally had a very tame and mild ending, but that her mother was the one to suggest a more action-oriented sequence near the end. This is, according to Stephenie Meyer’s revelation on Oprah, how the Volturi came to be.
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