Water for Elephants cast members were spotted roaming around the set of the film today (July 16) dressed in period costumes including a racy, sating number on Reese Withersoon as they filmed in Los Angeles.
While not texting on his new iPhone, Twilight heartthrob Robert Pattinson courteously held the door for his Oscar winning cast-mate Christoph Waltz despite having a hand injury as they left the set on the last day all together as a team.
Meanwhile, Rob is opening up about some of the downfalls of playing a character in a circus-themed movie. Problem number one? Getting bitten by a lion.
“Almost every day I’m working with an exotic animal… It’s insane, like I got bitten on the arm by a lion with no teeth,” he says. “They were like, ‘It’s fine, he does it all the time’. A nd I was like, ‘Erm, OK…’ But they had to get him to do it harder, because he was being so gentle and just licking my arm.”
While Rob had to fend off the lion on his own, he got some fan help when the paparazzi got in the way of filming one day.
“Out of the blue, fans, that were waiting for autographs, had enough and circled around the paparazzi,” he recounts. “Teens made big guys run away. It was unreal! I was pleased.”
Adam Brody, no stranger to successful teen franchises, has a message for Kristen Stewart and other actors accused of hating the fame game: Quit.
Appearing on Diablo Cody's new internet talk show "Red Band Trailer" (the screenwriter actually holds celeb chats in an Airstream trailer), the duo broached the perilous lives of celebs, paparazzi and all.
"Do you enjoy being famous, or do you wish that you could just be an actor apart from all that, a la Kristen Stewart?" Cody asked.
"It's only gotten worse, I'm sure, being a celebrity. At the same time, I don't have a lot of patience for people who moan about it too much. Because there are many things you could do," Brody said, calling back to Cody's reference to Stewart.
"It's like, quit ... you don't need to be an actor, so it's like if it's that much of a problem ... there's the door."
Cody and Brody could be alluding to previous comments from Stewart regarding fan obsession and the oppressive nature of being famous.
We'll let you guys decide who has a better point in the comments section below.
Other gems from the sit-down include Brody settling the age-old debate -- Red Lobster or Olive Garden?
"I don't have a lot of experience with Red Lobster, but I trust the pasta over fish," he said.
Yes, it is time for all you girls to scream out loud. For one of your dreams might just come true very soon.
Hollywood’s current hot property and every teenybopper’s hearthrob, Robert Pattinson is in talks to fly down to Mumbai for the premiere of his much-awaited film The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, which is set to release on July 30th.
It is a known fact that his fan following the world over is huge and now, Mumbai wants a bite of him too! After thousands of requests from his Indian fans to get him to the Mumbai premiere show, the distributors of the film in India have sent a petition to the film’s production studio in Hollywood to ask for his presence. The good news is that the request has been acknowledged and is being seriously considered. “We’ve been getting lots of requests from fans to invite him to Mumbai. There is also an entire page on a social networking site dedicated to this campaign.
So we asked all his fans to sign a petition and have forwarded the same to the studio. The response has been positive, and we are keeping our fingers crossed,” said a spokesperson from the distribution house. Well, so is the rest of Mumbai... it would indeed be a saga of sorts if Pattinson walked Mumbai’s red carpet!
She is currently one of the hottest teen idols of the world. Wherever she is, her fans are screaming themselves powerless. Kristen Stewart has just turned 20 years old and an international superstar since people could see her for the first time as Bella Swan in the movie "Twilight".
The second part of the Saga, "New Moon", was an even greater success and now "Eclipse", the third installment. On her promotional tour in Europe 1LIVE reporter Tom Westerholt met Kristen Stewart in Berlin to talk to her about the new movie and the "Twilight-hype" and its exciting jet-set life. A good-humored, petite young woman in jeans, white shirt and sneakers greets me in her hotel room with open, slightly disheveled hair and a pleasant little makeup on her face.
1LIVE: Kristen, since you played in the "Twilight" movies, you belong to one of the superstars. But you are acting for years, for example 2002 "Panic Room", as a small daughter of Jodie Foster. Since she was the only superstar in the movie, how was it like?
Kristen Stewart: Yeah, I was very lucky that my first experience with it...to be an actress...are associated with her. She treated everybody as we should treat people on set. Not everybody is doing that. She only makes what she loves and is fully behind it. She is an absolute role model, I've already said it back then: I want to do it the same way.
1LIVE: You were twelve years old, who were your heroes, who did you idolize as millions idolize you today?
Kristen Stewart: To be honest I have never idolized someone, I've never been like that. I have three brothers. We did a lot of sports and stuff, been hanging out with the guys. And I have played drums when I was younger...so I never had any idols. I do cry at concerts if it's great, I once cried horribly at a Van Morrison concert. That was kind of an obsession.
1LIVE: The fans are obsessed with you, no matter where you show up, which is especially the case for Robert (Pattinson, plays her film-lover, the vampire Edward Cullen). How do you back out when it gets too severe?
Kristen Stewart: It is never "too" severe. No, not really. More in specific moments when I stand on stage in front of that incredible crowd and that energy knocks me down. Then it got me and I can not hide it. It seems like I want to get away real quick but its not like that at all. I was just overwhelmed by the situation, but actually I had fun.
1LIVE: Like at the MTV Movie Awards? Robert and you needed to constantly return to the stage, you guys won like all available prices the other day.
Kristen Stewart: You feel kinda weird. I mean, this is a fan award and all the fans have clicked so that we win all the prizes. But its the books that they really love. It is of course nice to see that they like our interpretation in the movie, but I still think that this has nothing to do with me. It is the character Bella, so I don't see myself as role model or something.
1LIVE: Apropos: What is with those who do not like your films? There are almost as passionate anti-fans as fans, what do you think why is that?
Kristen Stewart: On the one hand as I have said, the fact that they dont like our interpretation. These are the fans of the books that have their own pictures in their head. Even we actors, the directors on set have that. We are and werent always agreeing on everything. You just cant. And then there are of course people who are against everything which a mass of people like a lot.
1LIVE: An example?
Kristen Stewart: Lets take the Jimmy Kimmel show where we were recently invited to. There have been many crazy fans and Jimmy started to make fun of Justin Bieber, who has also just so many crazy fans as we do. So just like that Jimmy asked, whether Justin Bieber should be in the next "Twilight" movie and the people freaked out and screamed "No!" Because of that you could realize the different fans. People can get really frightening and aggressive.
1LIVE: Who keeps you on the ground when the fan madness is raging around you?
Kristen Stewart: Well, my family. I have a great family and my parents are in the industry and therefore know all the dangers and traps that you can tap into. I'm lucky. Before I loose the ground, as you say, they would grab me quite quickly. But it is not only their experience, they are just great people. And if you love what you do, then you better not start going crazy. Because if you do, in the end you might loose everything.
1LIVE: That sounds pretty considerate and role model function...
Kristen Stewart: Oh you know ... the truth is the fans are not really looking up to me, they are looking up to Bella. And that's good, because Bella is definitely someone you can look up to, I'm someone else. When its really about me, I say: "Fine, your decision." I'm just young and I want to make movies. I have absolutely no desire to use my status as a celebrity for anything. I want to make movies and that means that I have to deal with the fame.
1LIVE: It must be not that easy to meet guys right? I mean, could your three brothers help you dealing with guys anyway?
Kristen Stewart: Well, a relationship with your brother is something different than someone for whom you are interested in. When you come into that age, the relationship with your brothers changes in a different way, its quite interesting. When we were little, I felt somehow all four of us as equal. And then later, when I came into the specific age, I had to make clear announcements. According to the motto: You can no longer treat me like that because I'm a girl!
1LIVE: Well you definitely have come to that age and you have experienced at lot of things in front of the camera: Including kissing in front of the cameras.
Kristen Stewart: What's next?
1LIVE: You have - at least for the shooting - make out a several times with Robert Pattinson and in your new film "The Runaways" you made out with your co-star, Dakota Fanning. Who is the better kisser?
Kristen Stewart (grinning wide and hesitated with the answer, author's note): Yeahhhh... Who is the better kisser? Dakota, of course! (Laughs). No, of course, Robert. No, but Dakota. Uhhmm, I can not decide ...
You didn't think you'd make it through the week here totally Twilight-free did ya?
True, that may have been our intent, but when we saw the most recent pics of Robert Pattinson taking a smoke break on the studio back-lot of Water for Elephants we could not pass them up. Boyfriend is looking good!
Sorry, the brooding thing works so much better in real life than on screen sometimes.
But can you tell from the picture what's wrong with Rob? His expression says it all:
"Oops, I forgot my tuxedo trousers were un-buttoned and now all these paparazzi are here."
What did you think we were gonna say? Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson broke up?
Unfortunately to the dismay of many tabloids that is not the case (neither is a wedding though, sorry). In fact, before Rob realized paps had found him, photogs say RP was "in a good mood, snapping his fingers and singing a little tune for the crew. "
Just in case you need it reiterated that's also not because Pattinson is relieved Kristen is out of the picture.
Just because Kris wasn't by Rob's side at his most recent outing to Hotel Café to watch pal Sam Bradley perform doesn't mean there's trouble at lovers lane. It means she's getting down to work for her new role in On the Road which she is prepping for as we type.
So sit back, relax, and just enjoy Pattinson's hotness (drama free) as you head into the weekend. Know Team Awful is!
Robert Pattinson's heart is clearly in the right place. But his hand? Well, his hand seems a little off.
The Twilight heartthrob did his part for charity recently, tracing his hand and donating the signed drawing for a fundraiser held by the organization Stop Sex Trafficking of Children and Young People. And the result...well, you can see the result for yourself in the photo above.
Was Rob wearing five pairs of gloves at the time? Because that would definitely explain a lot.
Oh well; it's the thought that counts. And besides, at least this time he only drew his hand, and not other, unseemly body parts, as he's done during past charitable efforts.
Apparently, Miley Cyrus really can't be tamed—at least when it comes to criticizing The Twilight Saga.
The Hannah Montana sensation has once again taken a shot at the beloved vampire franchise, which she has likened to a "cult" in the past. In her latest bit of vamp-trashing, Cyrus declares,
"I'd rather keep the dead and revolting things like vampires and werewolves out of my life."
Revolting? Clearly, Miley just hasn't encountered the right kind of vampire. Or werewolf, for that matter.
Do you think Miley has a point, or is she just stirring up drama to draw attention to herself?
The Twilight Saga actress, Kristen Stewart wants to get married! Kristen Stewart who is dating her co-star Robert Pattinson made it to the headlines as the couple kissed on stage at the MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles.
“I’m not ready to get married now, but I have a really great family and I’d like that too someday, sure,” Kristen Stewart said. “I believe in marriage. Whatever you want to do, you know?” The 20-year-old star asserted that her parents never needed to discuss sex while growing up as she already knew everything. “I knew everything from the word go. I’m really, really mature that way. I never had ‘the talk’. I could never have ‘the talk.’ I didn’t need it,” she said.
Meanwhile, Robert Pattinson has hinted at first signs of differences popping up between the two love birds. The 24-year-old actor said that he and Kirsten Stewart have completely different approaches towards dealing their movies. “Kristen’s mind works completely differently so she feels things immediately and I like to be much more cerebral about things,” he explained. “I’m the complete opposite of Kristen. I don’t feel confident unless I know more about the reasons to be doing things.”
Prepare yourself for some seriously hot scenes in Breaking Dawn, Twi-hards – Twilight screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg says the movie will be WAY racier than the book – and also reveals how parts one and two might be split!
When we heard that Breaking Dawn was being given a PG-13 rating, we definitely booed in disappointment. That book is hot – and the sex scenes need to be shown, dammit! We at HollywoodLife.com have good news for you – despite the lack of an R-rating, the fourth and fifth films are DEFINITELY going to be steamy!
“I don’t think we’ll be toning a whole lot [of the racy scenes] down,” Twilight screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg told HollywoodLife.com exclusively during a one-on-one interview before her Writer’s Guild Foundation event in LA July 13. “We want the eroticism of the sex scenes.”
Sweet! We can’t wait to see real-life lovebirds Robert Pattinson and Kirsten Stewart are going to steam up the screen! However, Melissa does say, “That doesn’t mean that one has to see it all, but you do want that [eroticism]. With the birth scene as well, I just don’t know that you have to tone it down. If you really look at the books, how much are you really seeing? I think [the movies] might wind up being saucier than the book because you’re actually seeing skin-on-skin and the horror of the birth scenes. We’re not shying away from it.”
As for how she plans on actually splitting up the epic last Twilight Saga novel into two films, Melissa has a good idea – but nothing is concrete QUITE yet. “We’re still debating the exact moment, but it’ll fall down to the first half of Bella as a human and being pregnant and a newlywed and the second half being Bella as a vampire and a parent. Somewhere in the middle of that, the break will come.” Source
Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner are currently the most promising actors in Hollywood today.
Both are talented, handsome and have got some really fantastic acting chops.
But whom do you think has got a greater sex appeal?
Well undoubtedly Taylor has got a fantastic body. His six pack abs are simply delicious and his biceps and shoulders are extremely shapely too.
It has been reported that his fantastic body is the result of rigorous workout at gym and strict diet. There is no doubt that Taylor looks after his body well and knows how to maintain it at the same time.
Robert Pattinson, on the other hand, has not got a super shapely body like his co actor Taylor Lautner. But he has got this smoking hot sex appeal and oozing hotness that make women go weak on their knees.
Many people are often left wondering why women find Robert so hot since he has got neither a sexy physique nor is he conventionally good looking.
Well we would blame his X-factor as the reason why women find this hunk so very appealing.
And trust us, the secret of not knowing where his sex appeal lies is the greatest turn on on earth.
The actress does cop to some fantasy world crushes on Zac Efron and Robert Pattinson, whom she calls "cute." "How old is he? I saw one picture of him and he looked dangerous; I like it," she says of the Twilight star, 24. "That's a really pretty face. I might feel insecure around him."
Nowmagazine : Getting intimate gives the Twilight stars the giggles.Kristen Stewart can't help bursting into laughter when filming romantic Twilight scenes with Taylor Lautner and Robert Pattinson.
‘It happens all the time,' says Kristen, 20. 'More so with me and Taylor. 'We have so much fun because our intimate moments are so few and far between.'
The actress's passionate scenes with boyfriend Robert Pattinson, 24, are usually far less giggly. ‘Me and Rob are actually quite serious,' she insists. R-Pattz, 24, admitted he and Kristen were an item in February
Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson have spoke about the Twiligth Eclipse scenes in which Bella Swan asks Edward Cullen to sleep with her.
Speaking to Celebs Sunday, Kristen said: ‘It’s horrible. You have no idea. It’s embarrassing because it’s not normal for a girl to be in that position.’
‘It’s kind of weird,’ Rob explained, ‘his reaction, it’s not like most guys. He’s like “I’m not going to sleep with you before you go through this whole wedding” and I think it’s something to prove to himself.’
‘Maybe he’s just terrified to have sex!’ he laughed.
The wife Kurt Cobain is not wielding her ‘thumbs up’ on the idea that Robert Pattinson will be essaying his role on a biopic in the works for the late Nirvana lead vocalist. Courtney Love did not mince words on her ‘dissatisfaction’ about the choice of actor who will be his husband in the movie by saying it is beyond “ridiculous” “stupid” to choose Robert Pattinson.
Robert Pattinson is clearly caught by surprise by such bitter remarks and talked back that the offer has not arrived yet for him. So Courtney need not waste her drool on saying bad things about him. Kristen Stewart comes to Robert Pattinson’s defense as she opined that Robert is a versatile actor and he can definitely suit the rock star image without much effort.
So, it’s clear that Robert and Kristen are the hottest couple around in Hollywood. There are so many bitter melons out to get them!
The Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart romance flourished during Eclipse making. See, my guess is right! What you see here is a love triangle in the center of attraction of the recently-released third film version of Twilight series, “Twilight Saga: Eclipse.”
‘Twi-hard’ fans have really fallen in love with the romance film that wonderfully merges the love of Edward Cullen and Taylor Lautner to Bella Swan. Though Bella finally picks up vampire Edward instead of her child mate werewolf Jacob, ‘Eclipse’ is a sweet experience for film lovers and R-Patz’s fans.
“Really the love triangle is at its hottest, at its peak in ‘Eclipse,’” says Lori Joffs, who is the man behind ‘Twi-hard fans’ and their website, TwilightLexicon.com. Indeed, it is a thing that ‘Twi-hard’ fans have already gone through the stories of Twilight series from its author Stephenie Meyer’s “Twilight” books.
Stewart, who acts the role of Bella, says that even she was bound to join Edward, she found interesting to be along with Jacob. “What I really like about the love triangle is she thinks there could absolutely be no one else for her (except Edward) and…She (later) sees that she could totally be with someone else,” Stewart says.
It’s a question that’s hovered over the “Twilight” franchise for months: How will the filmmakers handle Bella’s notoriously graphic childbirth scene in the movie version of “Breaking Dawn?”
Now, screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg has weighed in — and she’s all for showing it on screen, though perhaps without some of the gorier details.
“The childbirth — all the scenes, I feel — should be on screen,” Rosenberg tells PopSugar. “Would we actually see Edward’s teeth through the placenta? I don’t think so. I don’t think we need to see that.”
She adds with a laugh: “If someone needs to see that, I think they should take a look at that.”
In the novel, the birth is so difficult that Bella nearly dies, and one book reviewer complained that the scene was so graphic, it “may promote lifelong abstinence in sensitive types.”
As the “Breaking Dawn” film production has been getting closer, Kristen Stewart, in particular, has been curious about that scene. “I haven’t seen a script,” she told MTV News in January, “but I’m not alone in really, really wondering how they’re going to handle that.”
Rosenberg, who also wrote the first three films in the series, said last month that she was “deep in the middle” of the script for the two-part “Breaking Dawn” movie, the first installment of which is due in theaters in November 2011. In the PopSugar interview, Rosenberg says it’s been great fun writing the character Bella, in particular, as she evolves.
“I think seeing Bella as a vampire and her adjusting to her powers and embracing them, those are all really fun scenes to write,” she says. “Particularly when you picture Kristen Stewart playing her, and the way she’s embodied Bella as a sort of awkward, fidgety persona. When she turns into a vampire, all of that goes away.”
Rumor mongers have got it wrong. Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart romance is true, rumors should be damned
Twilight Saga Eclipse has collapsed at the box office. It has failed to do as well as any of the last two Twilight movies.
Meanwhile it has come under pressure from many concerned parents and guardians who say that the kids and teens shouldn’t watch the movie as it is not a role model.
They say that the teens watching this sort of movie may become impractical and day dreamers.
But a reader apparently has a different view. “As far as the twilight movies not being a good role model for the young girls, I don't see what the problem is. The parents lets their children read the Twilight books so if they think the movie is not a role model then why are they letting them read the books. The books have a lot more romantic sexual scenes than the movies do but overall the movies are straight out of the book so if the movies are too bad then the books are to”.
He further says, “As for questioning the Twilight movies and them not being a good role model, then the children must not watch TV! Cartoons are much more sex orientated and have lots worse language than the Twilight movies. Get Real! The critics are nothing but hot air. I am 61 years old and I am a retired teacher/principal of 25 years and have two children and three grandchildren. I took all three of my grandchildren to see Eclipse and it was a great show. I know the Twilight saga very well, in fact, I have read all four Twilight books nine times each (two of the four I have read 10 times), watched the, DVD on 'Twilight' 124 times and watched the DVD on 'New Moon' 92 times, and watched all three movies on the big screen two times each. and I watch the two DVD’s on the first two movies at least two to five times each week, every week, and I have all three soundtracks”.
He goes on to say, “As soon as the DVD of Eclipse comes out, I will have it to. I have watched TV for at least fifty five years and the TV has much worse sex, cursing, and love scenes, not only in movies but commercials than the Twilight movies and this is regular TV. So if you think the Twilight movies are a bad role for young children then you must think TV is X-rated and should be outlawed. There is NOTHING wrong with the Twilight movies!”
Meanwhile Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are making waves as couple. The reports that their romance was over was a mere rumors. They are going places together as a couple.
Call it their luck, or say their hard work paid off…the core is that Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are the swiftest actors to make it to the top. One may argue the same with Daniel Radcliffe and few others, but we are afraid to say that even the Harry Potter star couldn’t get to the epitome of success like Robsten!
The Twilight hot favorites must be thanking their stars, Summit Entertainment and most specially Stephenie Meyer for penning down a concept that has left the whole world awestruck and mesmerized. Rob as Edward Cullen and Kristen as the protagonist Bella have been a phenomenon that has never happened before in such a huge scale.
Since 2008 when Twilight, the first installment of the novel based movie series hit the screens, Rob and Kristen were known faces. They made millions of fans in almost no time and today there is hardly any star who can outdo these two in terms of popularity.
Surprisingly, not only the journey to fame was skyrocketing, but the fact that the Twilight stars were A-listed actors was also very fast. It was probably the fastest ever journey for any star to be considered as A-listed celebrity in just a year or so!
From setting trends to being the youngster-next-door, Robsten has it all. And we are pretty sure that these two kids have a long way to go. No prizes for guessing that they are sure to cover the forthcoming journey the fastest as well!
Now that Eclipse has hit theaters and broken box office records, Twilight fans are already anxiously awaiting the next onscreen chapter in Bella and Edward's love story: Breaking Dawn. We talked exclusively to Melissa Rosenberg, the screenwriter behind all of the Twilight films, to find out what we can expect from the final two installments. She weighed in on whether or not Bella's childbirth scene will make it to the screen, shared her most surprising fan moment, and dished on her creative relationship with Stephenie Meyer.
Melissa will be speaking in LA at the Writer's Guild Foundation on Tuesday evening — tune into a livestream here. In the meantime, check out our all-new exclusive interview with her here now.
PopSugar: How did you feel about the decision to split Breaking Dawn into two movies?
Melissa Rosenberg: Relief, actually, because it was going to be quite a challenge to condense such a large book into one movie. That's always the challenge with all of these and, more so, Breaking Dawn. Having a little more room to breathe is nice . . . on the other hand, there's also the challenge of making sure there's enough to fill two movies.
PS: We've heard there are some scenes you want to avoid showing on screen in Breaking Dawn. For example, Bella giving birth. Can you tell us why?
MR: That was a misquote. The childbirth — all the scenes, I feel — should be on screen. I think perhaps what I was referring to was, would we actually see Edward's teeth through the placenta? I don't think so. I don't think we need to see that, and if someone needs to see that, I think they should take a look at that. [Laughs.] I believe it will be implied, but I don't think we'll see teeth in the placenta.
To read the rest of the interview about her craziest fan experience, her favorite scenes to write, and more, just read more.
PS: What responsibility do you feel toward the fans? Are they on your mind during the writing process?
MR: The responsibility I feel to the fans? Well, there's one: making them happy, of course. I want people to enjoy the movie and not feel that I killed their favorite novel! But what I've realized is, you can't satisfy all the people. But the real weight that I feel is a very heavy responsibility, knowing that a lot of women and young girls are seeing this, and watching to make sure that what's portrayed in the film is that Bella's a strong female role model. That the messages they're getting are positive ones.
PS: What's the craziest or most surprising fan reaction you've experienced?
MR: You can't call it crazy, but crazy wonderful. I just came back from Paris. I was there [for a press junket] with some of the actors: Daniel Cudmore, Edi Gathegi, Michael Welch, and Alex Meraz. At the end, there was this closing ceremony and we were told there was a surprise for us, and they led us out on the stage . . . and the entire audience was sort of standing in this darkened theater, almost as if in prayer. It was very odd. And then after a moment, Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance" starts up, and they break into a dance they've been choreographing for three days. This wonderful, very unified dance, and it was amazing. We were stunned. A thousand pairs of hands all raised to the beat at the same time — it's a powerful experience . . . I wondered, could that have happened anywhere else but in France? Would American audiences have been too cool?
PS: How involved is Stephenie Meyer in the writing process and what is your relationship with her like?
MR: Stephenie is very involved. My relationship with her has only gotten better with every movie. When I met her and began to engage, I had no reason to be protective. I found her to be extremely collaborative and a tremendous resource. So I began to engage her more and that happened more on New Moon and even more in Eclipse . . . She weighs in on every draft of the outline, every draft of the script. She's on set. She's very involved.
PS: What is one of your favorite scenes from the books or films? Is there one you've especially enjoyed writing or look forward to writing?
MR: There are a number. I think seeing Bella as a vampire and her adjusting to her powers and embracing them, those are all really fun scenes to write. Particularly when you picture Kristen Stewart playing her, and the way she's embodied Bella as a sort of awkward, fidgety persona. When she turns into a vampire, all of that goes away.