Saturday, August 7, 2010

Sky Ferreira is Team Robert Pattinson!


Robsten Picture VS : Choose ;)! : Eclipse After-Party


I see the pretty necklace ;)

Which one would you guys choose?

Love this ROBSTEN Picture!

Any picture were they're looking at each other like that are just precious.

I love love love the way she's looking at him and the way he's looking at her.

New Picture of Robert on the set of Water For Elephants

He looks amazing, like always!

Love the hair and doesn't he look alot younger?

HQ Photos of Robert Pattinson on the Tonight Show With Jay Leno.

WFE extra, Jonathan Moore, talks about working with Rob & others.

Robert Pattinson stood inches from me. Reese Witherspoon and Christoph Waltz, both Oscar winners, were only feet away. Directly in front of me, and behind the camera, sat Rodrigo Prieto, an Oscar-nominated director of photography.

I should have been completely awestruck at the level of talent that surrounded me. Yet the only thing I could truly focus on was my aching feet and legs due to the flat slippers the wardrobe department had given me to wear - and having to stand on them for hours on end.

Playing the Tall Man, a non-speaking, featured-extra role in the film “Water for Elephants” proved to be equal parts fun and exhausting.

Based on the popular book of the same name by Sara Gruen, the story is about a young man who joins a Depression-era circus. I was cast as a part of a group of sideshow performers that included a midget, Wolfboy, the Fat Lady, the Strong Man and a couple of contortionists.

My job was to be present in the background and, in some cases, right up next to the lead actors. I suppose my claim to fame was the scene in which I and a few other men physically shoved Pattinson to the front of a group of circus workers so that he could be properly “initiated” into the circus life by being sprayed with water, pelted with pies and kissed by the showgirls.

But there were other scenes, too, including one on the sleeping car of the train, another when I stood with Pattinson and a few others and watched Witherspoon cavort with an elephant.

There is a chance that I will be seen on screen. But, being familiar with filmmaking, I understand that there is an even better chance that I will not be seen. Wait and see, I guess.

It was fun to meet and work with such talent, including director Francis Lawrence. Yet the thing that I found most impressive - as I always have - was the extraordinary work ethic of the crew.


NEW! Pictures of Rob - WFE Set

Kristen Stewart's Wardrobe In 'Welcome To The Rileys': An Inside Look At Her 'Fragile' Style

Kristen Stewart's wardrobe in the "Twilight" franchise has seen plenty of imitation — enough people want to dress like Bella Swan that some companies have put certain pieces of as-seen-in-"Twilight" clothing back into production — but we don't think the same will happen for Kristen's next movie, "Welcome to the Rileys." While it's been garnering plenty of critical praise, we're not sure many people will want to dress up like K-Stew's runaway teenage stripper character.

Although there aren't many mimic-worthy outfits in "Rileys," plenty of work goes into designing the wardrobe for the film. Costume designer Kim Bowen recently spoke about her experiences creating the film's looks in a new podcast called "The Back Lot," and she had some great insights into the process of creating the perfect image for Kristen's character, Mallory.

"We went through three different paths to get her wardrobe right," Kim said. "The first time it was a stylist's dream — she looked amazing. I was thrilled. She was kind of a modern version of Jodie Foster in 'Taxi Driver.' I could see a thousand fashion editorials launched on this brilliant look I created for her."

Just one problem: The look was actually too good. "We wanted to have her look more fragile," Kim said. The same thing happened with the second.

In the end, "We had to really strip it down. She ended up for a lot of the movie wearing very very large, oversized clothes — giant sweatshirts, giant baggy jeans — hiding herself. You really only get to see her when she's in her working clothes, when she's in her stripper outfits, which are very crude, young girl's interpretations of what sexy looks like."

Kim said she was impressed with Kristen's investment in making her character look realistic. "She had the make-up artist cover her with bruises and cold sores. She looked a wreck half the time. She just didn't have any desire to be physically perfect."

After working on "Twilight," a much more popcorn-friendly film, Kim said Kristin wanted Mallory to be very true-to-life. "I think it was very important to her to play this character with a real dose of reality. I don't think she wanted anything frivolous out of it — I don't think she wanted to be glamorous. That wasn't important to her. She wanted it to be real."


Rob sighting Thursday night

[Scans] Kristen & Cameron (Brother)- VOGUE Italy photoshoot (2007)

For More Pictures CLICK HERE

Friday, August 6, 2010

On The Road: Pictures and Updates from the Set

(click on them for full size)

From @teamrobsten411:
- The house they are filming in is gorgeous, it has marble and twirl stairs... All lights are open
- My #OTR set pictures day 2. This is the house they used for interior shots, it's gorgeous inside;)

- This street was full of trucks, trailors and OTR peeps
- Better look of #OTR house- filming was also done on the roof

- You can see the two make-up trailers where i spotted a middle aged makeup artist:)

From From @Izziespice:
- Just got in touch with a contact and apparently, they are NOT done filming. They are doing the San Francisco scenes here and if you read the book, you know they spend a lot of time there.

Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart Not Quitting Movies

We understand that inciting alarm is part of the strategy for bottom-feeding gossip sites, but sometimes it boggles the mind when an outlet with more credibility tries the same trick.

“Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart could be quitting Hollywood,” claims Marie Claire UK.

Wait, “quitting Hollywood”?

“It seems Rob and Kristen could be ready for a more permanent move,” continues the site. “[They're] considering changing their lives to get away from the limelight.”

Pattinson and Stewart’s frustrations with the paparazzi are well-documented, but that’s not even close to a joint decision to quit movies entirely.

A so-called “insider” comes out of nowhere to say the duo want to “get away from stardom,” while “sources” suggest Pattinson and Stewart “might even spend some time treading the boards in the theatre” after The Twilight Saga concludes.

Let’s cut off this nonsense right now.

Robert Pattinson is not quitting Hollywood.

Kristen Stewart is not quitting Hollywood.

Both actors have been able to make smaller-budget movies during the Twilight period.

They’re both filming projects that they happily joined of their own volition this summer.

Neither Pattinson nor Stewart is just waiting for Breaking Dawn to end in order to make some kind of grand escape into the wilderness.

A source close to Stewart said the speculation is totally false, while a Pattinson insider told Gossip Cop the same thing.

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are part of an enormous film franchise that turned them into worldwide stars coping with an unrelenting spotlight. But they are not fleeing Hollywood.

Marie Claire and others should know the difference.

Follow @GossipCop on Twitter for accurate celebrity news!


Kristen admits she's scared of Karaoke! & talks about Rob doing karaoke with Hugh Jackman

The actress recently played Joan Jett in biopic The Runaways, which was based on the band of the same name. She had to sing for the role, and had no problem showing off her vocal talents. However, she is much shyer when she isn’t in character. Kristen doesn’t understand how people get enjoyment from singing alone to tunes in bars, and has never managed to get past a few lines of a track.

“I would never, ever do karaoke,” she is quoted as saying. “I am so scared of that. Each time I have ever given it a try I have had about two lines and I have ended up talking them. It's making me embarrassed just talking about it.”

Last year, Kristen did sing in public while promoting Twilight in Japan. She was there with her co-star and rumored boyfriend Robert Pattinson, and the pair impressed locals by giggling their way through a version of Sir Elton John’s "Your Song".
Hugh Jackman was promoting his film Australia at the same time, and also took a turn on the microphone. Australia director Baz Luhrmann then asked Robert to sing a duet.

“It was really funny seeing Baz Luhrmann and Rob singing a David Bowiesong," Kristen said at the time. "It was a talky one so they both could sort of talk to each other, and they were riffing back and forth. They were looking longingly into each other’s eyes.”

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Really cute shots of Kristen from "The Yellow Handkerchief" photo shoot at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival.

Team Robowski Buttons on SALE - All proceeds go to Rob's favorite charity (WWF)

TwilightByUs is selling ROBOWSKI buttons !

Here's what you need to know :

1. Each button costs $4.00 USD (Shipping is included)

2. Payments will be accepted through PayPal ONLY.

3. It's INTERNATIONAL ; everyone is allowed to buy this.

4. Stephanie (@TwilightByUs) designed the buttons and like i already mentioned they are Team ROBOWSKI .


Robert's favorite charity.

6. If you buy a button and send Stephanie a picture of yourself wearing the button, you will be added to a book along with everyone else who buys it which will be sent to Rob's agent.

Twilight & Eclipse Premiere - Kristen grabbing on to Rob's suit ;)

from twilight to eclipse. Pictures, Images and Photos

The picture on the left side is from the Twilight premiere , the one on the right is the one from the Eclipse premiere. What a difference ;)

Kristen on the cover of "Marie Claire" - August 2010

Peter Facinelli talks about how fame has changed since filming Twilight and feeling sorry for Rob.

It's hard to imagine now, but the crowds weren't always there. While filming the first movie in Oregon, Facinelli said he and fellow actors Kristen Stewart and Rob Pattinson could grab dinner in local restaurants and no one batted an eye.

"We could've been doing a cookie commercial. Nobody cared we were doing this movie," he said. "We felt a responsibility to make a good movie for the fans of the books. But somewhere between the wrapping of filming and the premiere, that fan base exploded."
Even after that, the dark-haired Facinelli said he often wasn't recognized in public. In real life, he's a young-looking 36 with a healthy glow about him. It takes up to two hours in a makeup chair to transform the actor into Carlisle Cullen, a 350-year-old vampire with bleach-blond hair and pale, shimmery skin.
Of course nowadays, admirers have no problem picking the L.A. resident out of a crowd. He's happy to sign autographs and pose for photos, though he'd rather not pretend he's biting someone. For the most part, he said, fans are friendly and supportive.

"They're very polite about it," he said. "I feel bad for Rob Pattinson. He can't walk anywhere. I can still walk through a mall and people recognize me, but it isn't like the whole mall is staring at me."

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Fan Encounter with Kristen in Montreal!

"Today i met kristen stewart randomly. i was on ------- street while she was smoking a cig on her only break of the day.

We were only 3 girls and we got the chance to shake her hand and i passed my right hand in her hair and said
"m Hum.. Really nice your hair when curvy and blond."
I talked to her for 3 minutes but i was the only person that met her out of the blum. the two other girls were waiting for her from 10 and it was nearly 3:45.

I couldnt take a picture with her but at least i touched her hair! UNBELIEVEABLE"

lmao, I hope Kristen didn't get mad about the fan touching her hair.
Lucky girls!

Another Good Review for WTTR from the 2010 Melbourne International Film Festival.

"Welcome To The Rileys"
There's nothing really profound with the story for this gritty film but it's the acting trio of Kristen Stewart--who evinces once again that her acting abilities go far beyond that of one teen vampire series-- James Gandolfini and Melissa Leo that makes the directorial debut of Jake Scott (son of Ridley).

Three lost souls, a grieving couple and a young abused stripper/prostitute, converge by pure coincide and are able to fill the long-empty void in their lives with the thespians playing their suffering characters with heartfelt emotion and understandable angst.

The platonic relationship between Gandolfini's Doug and Stewart's Alison is the driving force behind the film and a delightful watch. [B-]

Read more: HERE


Thursday, August 5, 2010

Pictures : Rob at BNA Aiport (8-5-10)

Barefoot = SEXY ;)

Matt Morris Praises Kristen Stewart. "This is why she's brilliant, because I cannot stop looking at her."

It's been a year of momentum for Matt Morris. In January, his debut album, 'When Everything Breaks Open,' was released on Tennman Records. That same month, he was a featured performer -- singing a memorable rendition of Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah' alongside Justin Timberlake -- on the 'Hope for Haiti' telethon. In June, he joined Ingrid Michaelson on the road, and his latest project involved shooting his first music video, 'Live Forever.' Along the way, he's seen plenty of new faces in attendance at his shows; at one of his sets in March, he even spotted 'Twilight' star Kristen Stewart.

"She was there for my last song, 'Live Forever,' which is an appropriate song for someone in a vampire movie," Morris told PopEater when he recently visited our New York office.

The Denver, Colo.-based singer-songwriter, whose name you may recognize from his childhood days on the 'Mickey Mouse Club' in the early '90s, said that he likes the 'Twilight' series, though his cinema-going experience for 'Eclipse' was a bit alarming.

"We went early on, right after the movie came out, and so we were there for, what is it, Team Jacob and Team Edward? They were in the audience. I don't know if you've experienced that before but, you know, Jacob walks out on screen, right, and like the front six rows erupt and scream," Morris said, laughing. "And then you hear people on the other side go, 'No, Edward!' A teenaged girl mob scene."

Such a story begged the question of whose team Morris was on, but he forewent taking either of the usual sides to defend the acting chops of the film's female lead.

"I think the one person who I walked away sort of most excited about was Kristen Stewart," he revealed. "I always thought she was really wonderful and has this sort of consistent little flighty thing she does. She had some moments in the movie where I thought she delivered such a ... she'd hold the gaze. It was like, this is why she's a movie star. This is why she's brilliant, because I cannot stop looking at her."

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Reneesmee : Which one is good for the role?

I think Angelina Jolie & Jessica Alba's daughters are two good options for Reneesmee.
I was watching TV and saw some pictures of them and thought that they would be good for the role. Im sure there are other's that would be better but i haven't seen any. It's hard finding girls that look like the Reneesmee described in the book. I don't think their mothers will let them do a movie LOL but who knows? Just throwing some ideas out there! Do you guys like any of these two girls? If you have any other option leave a comment with the link :)

Lyrics to Rob’s song from “Songs From A Room”

“And the pictures in her eyes. They’re a threat for the sky. So I’ll wait with our souls in the sun stood and our minds they sought that doorway. How long…how long must you take? I was set for that mistake, but you moved. And there was nothin’ that I couldn’t take, it’s all on you darlin’.”


Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson Are Genuine Movie Stars

Brent Lang of The Wrap just doesn't get it. Plain and simple. In his provocatively-titled piece 'Zac Efron and the Incredible Shrinking Teen Idol Stars', Land submits that the newest generation of young stars (Zac Efron, Robert Pattinson, Miley Cyrus, etc) have disappointed at the box office even as the numbers he uses fail to bear that out. Once again, a pundit has fallen into the classic trap: Because a movie star's latest movie has failed to match up with his or her all-time best performances, said actor's star must be fading. But it fails to take into account two obvious factors: not every film an actor makes is identical in appeal and marketability, and a star cannot be expected to top their previous best every time out of the gate.

As I've said any number of occasions, movie stars are worth certain paydays for certain projects. Robert Downey Jr. is worth whatever he can get for a theoretical Iron Man 3, and he's worth almost as much for the upcoming Sherlock Holmes 2 (on that note, fan-favorite Jude Law can and should hold out for a career-high payday to return as Dr. Watson, as the sequel needs his chemistry with Downey Jr. to work again). But no one should expect The Soloist, a dark, sobering drama about homelessness and mental illness, to perform at the same levels as a crowd-pleasing franchise picture. Brendan Fraser knew that The Mummy Returns was his big payday back in 2001, so he asked for and got $12.5 million. And for that film and that franchise, he was worth every penny. But he certainly wasn't so foolhardy to ask for another $12.5 million for The Quiet American.

The absurd idea that a small intimate drama starring a given actor should be expected to perform as well as a crowd-pleasing genre picture is asinine. In fact, such expectations actually discourage actors from stretching or trying artier or more challenging works. Call it the Harrison Ford trap: all of Ford's fans constantly belittled Ford for not stretching his acting muscles and branching out. But every time he did (Random Hearts, Six Days Seven Nights, Hollywood Homicide), he faced the wrath of box office pundits who couldn't figure out why a romantic drama about two people whose cheating spouses died in a plane crash didn't perform quite as well as Air Force One. Eventually Ford caved in and went ahead and made Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, where he was again lambasted (not entirely unfairly) for not living up to his prior work in his iconic role.

Point being, Charlie St. Cloud is not High School Musical 3, Hairspray, or even 17 Again. It is a dark drama about grieving and loss, and it had absolutely nothing going for it other than Zac Efron's name and face on the poster. Opening a well-marketed and appealing mainstream comedy like 17 Again to $23 million is impressive. Opening a poorly-marketed and not-terribly appealing drama like Charlie St. Cloud to $12.5 million all by yourself: You, Zac Efron, are a genuine movie star. Same goes for Robert Pattinson. Sure Remember Me 'only' made $55 million worldwide (on a budget of just $16 million), but that means that $55 million worth of tickets were sold completely on the shoulders of one Robert Pattinson (quick, raise your hands if you saw that one for Pierce Brosnan or Chris Cooper....?). And by all means, let's compare the box office performance of Kristen Stewart's The Runaways, an R-rated 70s rock biopic that never even got a wide release, with the box office run of New Moon.

Sure, Shia LeBeouf is a big star in theory, but does he really deserve much credit for the opening weekends of Transformers, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, or Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (or the upcoming Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps)? Even his two other star vehicles, Disturbia and Eagle Eye, were mass-marketed all-audience thrillers that were backed by Steven Spielberg himself. While he obviously gets points for shrewd choices in selecting solid commercial projects (and all of the above projects, even Transformers 2, had legs, implying that they clicked with audiences past just opening weekend), let's see how well he can open a film that has absolutely nothing to offer except Shia LeBeouf. Star power, true star power, is about opening a film to a level to bring about eventual profitability with nothing but your pull on audiences.

While Angelina Jolie's Salt opened ($36 million) a touch below Tomb Raider ($47 million) and Wanted ($50 million), Salt's opening is just as, if not more impressive, because it relied purely on the draw of Angelina Jolie the action star. Again, this is a question of comfort zones. A Mighty Heart and The Changeling did not pull in blockbuster numbers, but Jolie is worth whatever she can get as an action heroine. Thus, quite obviously, Robert Pattinson shouldn't be getting paid nearly as much for Remember Me as he did for Twilight Saga: Eclipse. He didn't, so the film's box office should not be judged on the same level.

Pattinson and Efron could spend their entire careers doing rip-offs of, respectively Twilight and High School Musical. The fact that they are instead making more challenging pictures, and still posting decent returns, means that they are absolutely bankable names on a reasonable budget. Miley Cryus could spend her whole career making Hanna Montana sequels, but she chooses not to. And to say that the $88 million worldwide gross of The Last Song (on a budget of $20 million) is a disappointment compared to the $155 million gross of The Hanna Montana Movie is no different than saying that Inception is a flop because it won't gross two-thirds of what The Dark Knight pulled in. Both Chris Nolan pictures cost around $180 million, yet one will only make around $700 million worldwide while the Batman sequel grossed a billion. So obviously Inception is a stinker and Nolan should be laughed out of town, right?

Stardom is relative and somewhat flexible. Put Johnny Depp in a Pirates of the Caribbean sequel or a big-budget Tim Burton fantasy, and he's worth $30 million plus points. But he shouldn't be getting, nor will he be asking for, the same cut for a theoretical Terry Gilliam picture, and thus said Gilliam picture should not be judged on the same scale as Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. Depp didn't become a star when Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl opened to $43 million in July 2003. Depp became a star when The Secret Window, a thriller than basically starred Depp all-by-himself in an old cabin, opened to $17 million in the Spring of 2004. Will Smith isn't a star because Men in Black 2 opened to $52 million back in July 2002. He's a star, arguably the biggest one around, because he can open Seven Pounds to $14 million in the middle of a crowded pre-Christmas weekend. And speaking of the Smith family, don't be that idiot who screams failure when Jaden Smith's next movie doesn't equal or top the $56 million opening weekend of The Karate Kid.

Star power isn't opening something that is already highly appealing to a mass audience that has the benefit of your name on the poster. Star power is scoring a reasonable or better opening weekend for a film that has nothing to offer except your name on the poster. On that scale, Miley Cyrus, Zac Efron, and Robert Pattinson are genuine movie stars.

Kristen Stewart Tribute {I wanna be bad}

WOW. Excellent Video!
Love it!


Robert Pattinson Video Clips - Sex On Fire - Kings of Leon

Robert = Sex on FIRE :D


Video: Breaking Dawn Casting - How many new vampires will we see in Breaking Dawn?


Robert Pattinson: I ran on the treadmill to train for Eclipse action scenes

Robert Pattinson says he prepared for the intense action scenes in Twilight: Eclipse by running on the treadmill.

"I had to learn how to run properly," Pattinson, 24, told a British TV show. "In the last two films (Twilight and New Moon), I ran in a limp/skip. I had to run more solidly this time so I spent a lot of time on a giant treadmill. It was like one of those things that mice run around in."

Robert, who hates working out (unlike his athletic co-stars Taylor Lautner and Kellan Lutz), underwent fight training for a scene where he battles the villain Victoria (played by Bryce Dallas Howard).

While the 6'1" former model confesses he used a body double for the more intense fight sequences, producers were impressed by his dedication.

Pattinson recounts: "Weirdly, one of the producers told me: 'Wow, you look so enthusiastic in that fight scene, much more than in any other one in the series'. It's always hard to do stuff with Bryce because she's the gentlest person and is always laughing. And she's afraid of hurting me!"

Robert, who's currently in Georgia and Tennessee filming the drama Water for Elephants (with co-star Reese Witherspoon), will attend the 2010 Teen Choice Awards in L.A. Aug. 9. Rob and his Twilight castmates have been nominated for several awards.


Matt Lanter ('Vampires Suck') talks about poking fun at Rob & says he's a fan

Buzz: Have you met Rob [Pattinson]?

ML: I have not! He seems like a great guy, though. He really does. Honestly, I'm a fan. He does a great job in the Twilight series.

Buzz: So you've seen the Twilight movies?

ML: Yeah, I've seen them. I actually read the first book. I did my character research!

Buzz: Can you do an Edward Cullen impersonation for us?

ML: I'm not going do a re-enactment for you! But I had the eyes and I had the hair. My hair was longer too, I had a very good, disheveled Rob Pattinson look going on. It was great, we pretty much closely follow the Twilight film. So a lot of the scenes in Twilight we're actually doing. What's also kind of cool is that we also follow our own storyline. It was fun.

Rob playing soccer on the set of WFE and more features!