Friday, January 14, 2011

Robert Pattinson on the ‘Water For Elephants’ Set Today (Reshoots)

Robert Pattinson, Reese Witherspoon and Thai were spotted back on the set of ‘Water For Elephants’ today doing re-shoots.

Source via PattinsonLife & Bellas Diary

Report from the owner of the photo:

This is my wife who met the following stars from the Twilight movie Breaking Dawn which is in production in Baton Rouge studios. They are we believe as follows from:

Noel Fisher – plays Vladimir (the blond in the front going left round the table)

Lisa Howard – plays Siobhan

Patrick Brrennan – plays Liam

Sandra – my wife

Omar Metwally – plays Amun

Christian Camargo – plays Eleazar

Myanna Buring – plays Tanya

Judith Shekoni – plays Zafrina

Guri Weinberg – plays Stefan

Simon Saint via TodoTwilightSaga
Sources: The Breaking Dawn Movie

MTV – A Brief History of Bella and Edward in Bed

That steamy new honeymoon photo from “Breaking Dawn” sure has everyone talking, but the tease from Bella and Edward’s big sex scene is definitely not the first time we’ve seen the two of them in bed. In fact, pretty much every major—and hot!—romantic scene these two lovebirds have shared has taken place in a bed. Talk about some major foreshadowing!
To keep our minds off just how long we have to wait until “Breaking Dawn: Part 1″ hits theaters (10 months, 4 days, 12 hours), we’ve decided to take a look back at all the other times our favorite couple have, you know, shared sheets. You’re very welcome.
Let’s start back at the very beginning. Want to know how Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart got cast as Edward and Bella? They made a very convincing display of passion while making out on Catherine Hardwicke’s bed. Now that’s how you win a job interview.

The first time is always the most special, and for me (we’re getting a little personal here) it wasn’t until the first time Edward kissed Bella on her bed that I totally bought not only the two of them as a couple but also Rob and Kristen. Let’s not forget Edward then proceeded to sneak into Bella’s room and cuddle with her every night from there on out.

“New Moon” was a bit of a downer, what with Edward away brooding and all, so Bella spent most of her bed time by her lonesome (not that Jacob didn’t try to win her over with those abs), but Edward and Bella were back in action in “Eclipse.” First they cuddled and kissed in her bed as Edward discussed the weighty decision Bella was making to give up her soul and be changed. Then he went out and bought his own bed so they could have some place to canoodle during Bella’s first Cullen sleepover. And without that, we never would have had the leg hitch. Which catches us up to all the boudoir goodness we’re anticipating in “Breaking Dawn.” Don’t let us down, Bill Condon!


Source: MTV Hollywood Crush  and RobstenDreams
Kristen Stewart In Vogue’s February Issue!

Here are some pics of Kristen Stewart in the February issue of Vogue Magazine! Ahhh, she’s incredibly stunning in this shoot!!!

Transcript from the magazine:

Kristen Stewart’s body can tell a million stories.

Kinetic, she jiggles, feints, and darts as she talks, hanging back, looking off to the side, signaling resistance, a combinative intelligence. “The word I always use for her is vulpine,” says Jack Scott, who recently directed her in Welcome to the Rileys, in which she plays a teenage runaway and lap dancer. “Fox like. She’s got that way of moving and being that you often find in her performances, a sort of wiliness.”
In other words, Stewart projects the kind of wary, rebellious edge that is so much more typical of her age group – she is 20 – than gleeful high spirits, which is probably one reason she is head and shoulders above her peers in Hollywood’s power pyramid, and a director’s darling.

Scott heard about her from his friend Sean Penn after Penn cast her as the unarmored daughter of hippie parents in the memorable Into the Wild. “Sean said, ‘You’ve gotta see this kid,’ Scott recalls. “She’s just so alive!”

For Bill Condon, currently ensconced in a year’s worth of filming for Breaking Dawn, the two-part finale of the mighty Twilight Saga, “Kristen was the top of my list of reasons to do this movie.”

On a fall weekend in a quiet, suburban part of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the town where the Breaking Dawn set is located (with much secrecy and heavy confidentially agreements), Stewart – a slyph in tomboyish jeans and a lumberjack shirt – is moving around the kitchen of a friend’s house, cracking her knuckles as she talks. She gets nervous dealing with the media – TV interviews in particular, she says, make her squirm – and she is sometimes accused of being downbeat and defensive in her public appearances, not least because she rarely smiles.

She nurses some bad–girl career. “I choose things that are so overly ambitious, and if I can’t do stuff like that, I don’t want to be doing this,” Kristen says. Scratch the surface, however, and the attitude seems more about the passion and perfectionism she feels about her work and the opposite. “A compulsion absolutely fills you,” she says of finding a good part, and admits that she sometimes has difficulty letting go.

Today she is stoked from having just returned from shooting On the Road with Walter Salles, the masterly Brazilian director of The Motorcycle Diaries and Central Station. She plays a character based on Neal Cassady’s first wife, LuAnne Henderson, opposite Garrett Hedlund and Sam Riley. It was an intense improvisatory experience that left her “crying my head off,” she says. “I didn’t want to leave.”

Installing herself in Baton Rouge for the foreseeable future was “like going back to school… Twilight is a different beast.” A massive production planned to the millisecond and freighted with dollars signs waiting to happen, Breaking Dawn brings several years of Stewart’s life to a climax. She feels the weight of portraying Bella Swan, “a character who is embedded in so many people’s psyches at this point. It’s starting to enter my head a lot more than it used to because it’s at the end and it’s come such a long way. I just want the fans of the book to be happy,” she laughs. “I don’t necessarily care about anyone else.”

To a large segment of the population, Stewart may have sprung fully formed onto the screen as an incarnation of their favorite heroine. (At last count, Stephenie Meyer’s books have sold some 100 million copies worldwide.) But, despite her youth, Stewart has made more than 20 films – many of them independent and nearly all of them stellar – and pulled off such pitfall–ridden roles as a teenage rape victim and a girl disabled by neurological illness.

Kristen grew up in the Valley, the daughter in a family on the more nuts–and–bolts side of the industry; her mother is a script supervisor, her father a TV producer, her brother is a grip. After being spotted as a child at a school performance, Stewart walked straight onto the A–list, taking her first proper role in 2001′s The Safety of Objects, an adaptation of A.M. Homes story collection, alongside Glenn Close and Patricia Clarkson, and her second in Panic Room, a virtual two–hander with Jodie Foster.

“At that time I just thought it was fun,” she says, grateful that she began her career before adolescent insecurities set in. “I don’t think I would ever have been able to be an actress had I not started at nine years old. I would have been the last person to stand up and say, ‘I’d like to star in the play.’”

Some facts about Stewart: Currently on her nightstand are Dave Cullen’s Columbine; Into the Wild author John Krakauer’s Under the Banner of Heaven, a study of radical Mormonism; and Anna Karenina. On her play list, the Shins, Broken Bells, and Jenny Lewis, the L.A musician who puts Stewart in the unusual position of being starstruck herself: “She’s the only person I’ve ever met that I can’t function around.” (Stewart also plays guitar and was thrilled to portray Joan Jett, whom she got to know in The Runaways.)

Her favorite movies are John Cassavetes’ A Woman Under the Influence – starring Gena Rowlands – and La Vie En Rose, with Marion Cotillard.

She loves Jane Fonda in Klute. Her new hobby is cooking, no doubt encouraged by the fact that she lives in a somewhat isolated way: “You build a perimeter of people that are really important to you.”

Friends tease her for watching the Food Network with a stern frown of concentration on her face. “I’m such a dork.” (The frown pays off. For lunch, she prepares an elaborate, and delicious, Mexican tortilla soup with numerous condiments, along with pulled–pork sandwiches.)

She also likes involving private membership and small numbers of people over large areas. So far, a regular – if interesting – young woman. In other ways, not regular at all. If she sees a teenage girl, Stewart will literally duck and cover. “There’s no way to eloquently put this,” she says. “I just can’t go to the mall. It bothers me that I can’t be outside very often. And also to not ever be ‘some girl’ again. Just being some chick at some place, that’s gone.”

She can pinpoint the week she stopped being “some girl” and entered the land of 24-hour security, lock downs, and endless speculation about her relationship with her co-star Robert Pattinson, which she refuses to discuss. (“It’s not my job.”) She had completed the first Twilight movie, which had not yet been released, and just filmed Welcome to the Rileys in New Orleans, where, she says, “I feel so good walking down the street by myself,” before correcting herself: “At least I used to.” She went back for an extra week of work during editing, and suddenly she couldn’t walk down the street anymore. “It really erupted,” she says. “It was a weird thing to watch.”

Stewart, who is careful never to complain about the mixed blessing of the Twilight phenomenon, is smart enough to understand the nature of her particular celebrity. “Masses of girls identified with Bella in a really profound way, for want of a better world,” she says. “The connection that I’ve seen people have… I’ve seen it physically. It’s the characters they’re flipping for.”

She also feels the power for good that comes with her influence. “It’s funny when you are endowed not only with public recognition on a fucking seriously vast level, but also money,” she says with endearing earnestness. “Like, funds.” (She was reportedly paid $25 million for the two films of Breaking Dawn, plus a percentage of the gross.) “Anytime I hear that somebody’s really rich, the first question is ‘Do you do anything with it? Or do you, like, chill? You just sit on it?’” She is thinking carefully, strategically, about how best to put her own contribution to use, and has a plan – inspired by her researches for the role of a runaway in the sex trade – to set up a network of halfway houses to help those who want to recover and get back on their feet. “That would be amazing,” she says. “Right now it’s the thing I feel most connected to.”

Stewart carries a lot on her slender shoulders for a young woman barely out of her teens. But her transition to adulthood will be a boon to moviegoers. She herself may doubt that she will eventually be able to move past the Twilight juggernaut: –”At this point it seems like ‘We’ll see what the Twilight girl did. Let’s see how she’s trying to be different’” – but others disagree, and a generation for whom the tattle about KStew and RPattz is not so compelling, and the Twilight movies – perhaps a guilty pleasure rather than a fervent passion – can look forward to seeing her flex her muscles in adult roles.

Her nerviness and cool on–screen are interesting to watch, qualities grown women would like to see their relfection in. “She’s one of the smartest actresses I’ve ever worked with,” says Condon. “Not only does she have astonishing technical ability, she has an incredibly incisive and serious approach to character. She has just unlimited potential.”

♥HUGE thanks to @KStewartBR for typing all this out and for the pics!
Via TodoTwilightSaga  source: Bellas Diary

Kristen Stewart, 2010

“I think the easiest one right off the bat was Kristen because of her relationship with Pattinson; plus, New Moon and Twilight were such a success. And just at that time she was hitting it big with The Runaways with Dakota Fanning. The Runaways was kind of a great but wasted opportunity, because the film was horribly directed and terribly shot, but their performances isolated from that were great.”

Robert Pattinson, 2009

“The demand for getting things right with Pattinson—getting the lips right, the beard right—is important because all the character he has in his classic ‘I’ve seen it all before’ look is made up of all those constituent parts. A friend of mine stopped by and said, ’There’s a subliminal message in his beard, but I can’t make it out.’ There isn’t [laughs].”

Head to ELLE here to view all the paintings, including Zac Effron, Taylor Swift, Justin Timberlake and more!

Source: Bellas Diary

New WATER FOR ELEPHANTS still in Entertainment Weekly magazine

sources: epnebelle  , pattinsonlife,  twilightish

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

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Want To Meet Stephenie Meyer? Here’s How!

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity Twilighters! Just in time for the release of “The Twilight Saga: The Official Illustrated Guide,” publisher Little, Brown is offering ten Twilight fans the chance to meet author Stephenie Meyer.

From Stephenie Meyer UK:

“We are incredibly excited to announce that we have an once-in-a-lifetime chance for you to meet Stephenie Meyer at an exclusive fan event to celebrate the release of The Twilight Saga: The Official Guide. You could be one of just ten fans from around the world who will get to meet and spend time with Stephenie Meyer. So if you think you’re Stephenie Meyer’s biggest Superfan and want to be in with a chance to win this amazing prize we want to hear from you.”

Please Note

■If you are younger than 16 years of age, you must have consent from your parent or guardian before entering the competition.

■The winner must be available to travel from March 15, 2011 to April 15, 2011.

■If the winner is 20 years of age or older as of April 1 2011, he/she may bring one guest who is 20 years of age or older as of April 1 2011. If the winner is less than 20 years of age as of April 1 2011, he/she must bring one parent or legal guardian.

So if after reading he notes above, you’re still good to go and anxiously wanting to go enter, then CLICK HERE for all the entry details…. and one more thing: GOOD LUCK!
Sources: Twilightish,  Bellas Diary

Entertainment Weekly has an exclusive first look at The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1. The shot, which is only available in Entertainment Weekly's print edition, features Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson) as husband and wife…on their wedding night. “It’s one of the most anticipated scenes,” Breaking Dawn director Bill Condon tells EW. “I spent a tremendous amount of time thinking about it. The anticipation is part of it and you want to play with what people expect and maybe subvert it a little and surprise them.”For more information about Breaking Dawn (in theaters Nov. 18), check out this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly.‬ ‬

Source: EW

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Robert Pattinson Sheds His Good Guy Image in Cosmopolis

In this new movie, ‘Cosmopolis’, the gorgeous ‘Twilight’ star Robert Pattinson is an adulterer obsessed with his hair. Nice hair, though! So the odds are that we’re going to love this new movie, for which the first script leaks came today.

Robert Pattinson is now confirmed in a starring role, replacing Colin Farrell who is needed for filming on ‘Total Recall’. The movie is thus set to attract a whole lot more attention. It’s very juicy, full of suspense, sex and money trouble, and Pattinson’s hair features heavily.

Robert plays a multi-billionaire financial guru with the obligatory pimped up limo, in search of a haircut. Be honest now, it’s just the fact that this is Robert Pattinson we’re talking about that has you interested at this stage, isn’t it? But an awful lot happens in that movie before he can get his glorious locks shorn. Within 24 hours, his character, Eric, bankrupt his clients with dodgy financial advice, is stalked by two would-be assassins, cheats on his wife and becomes obsessed with sex, often asking his wife, played by Marion Cotillard, “When are we going to have sex again?”

If only he’s asked around, there would have been so many volunteer hair stylists! It could have saved him a lot of trouble. But we do get to see a lot of the gorgeous Robert, which is a good thing. He gets his shirt off and even drops his pants for a doctor’s exam. He gets into lots of fights too.

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Beautiful! Fan Made Photo of Renesmee