Monday, December 31, 2012

Happy New Year!

Wishing you all a safe and happy 2013!


Sunday, December 30, 2012

New Picture of Rob from the 'Cosmopolis' Portugal Premiere in Tv Mais Magazine

Pics and Videos from the Portugal Premiere here

New 'Breaking Dawn: Part 2' Still

New Pic of Rob and Kristen in London (December 29, 2012)

@lippylizaaa: Robert pattinson in the black and burgundy jumper second in on the left and Kristian Stewart in the hat on right 

@lippylizaaa: Just saw Robert Pattinson and Kirsten Stewart on the tube

@amberjohnsonx: Just sat next to Robert pattinson and christen Stewart on the tube oh my god

@amberjohnsonx: we got off at London Victoria and was standing in between them two in the escalators she was with her American pals

@amberjohnsonx: @Hanwillmore @lippylizaaa we stood there like oh my god we didn’t believe it then she started talking and was American and he was English

Thursday, December 27, 2012

New Fan Pics of Kellan in Arizona

Kristen's Interview with USA Today

David Cronenberg Talks About Working With Rob

Twilight vamp Robert Pattinson plays a bloodsucker of an altogether different kind – the Wall Street kind – in his new movie Cosmopolis, on Blu-ray and DVD New Year's Day, and the film's director David Cronenberg tells ETonline that he was actually quite impressed with what Rob brought to the table, and that after the baggage of casting -- once you get to that point when you're on set and cameras are rolling -- "Twilight is irrelevant."

"He surprised me every day with good stuff," says Cronenberg. "I don't do rehearsals, and I try not to shape the actor's performance at first. I want to see what his intuition is going to deliver. And then if there's a problem then I start to shape it, nudge it, manipulate it a little bit. I did very little of that with Rob."

Based on the novel by Don DeLillo, Cosmopolis follows one day in the wild life of multi-billionaire asset manager Eric Packer, who travels aimlessly through the streets of New York City in his limousine while conducting investment trading from the back seat. As the day progresses, it devolves into an odyssey with a cast of characters that start to tear his world apart.

New Kristen Quotes from USA Today

Stars, they're not like us. Especially when they front a major fashion brand.

Kristen Stewart is the face of Balenciaga. And yes, the job has major perks.

"I've had four excursions through the store. Isn't that a little bit mind-blowing? It's so weird walking out with that. I walk around with my hands in my pockets," says Stewart, miming herself pointing to things. "I like that. I like that too. I've been so (expletive) lucky."

She's a big fan of creative director Nicolas Ghesquière, who's parted ways with the brand and was replaced by Alexander Wang.

"I'm so not the type of person who'd be into selling a brand. He is one of the only guys I'd do that with. I don't carry bags very often," says Stewart, referring to Ghesquière.


Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Old 'On the Road' Still Now Uncropped

Dakota Fanning Mentions Kristen with USA Today

She’s nuts for A&E’s Duck Dynasty, a show about the family that specializes in duck calls.

“I am obsessed with it. I was watching it and totally zoned out. I never laugh at TV even if it’s funny. I never laugh out loud. This show, I was cracking up. I was dying laughing,” says Fanning.

So she spread the word to her best friend, Kristen Stewart. “I called Kristen and told her she had to watch this show. I think it’s the best show ever. They make those duck calls. It’s insane,” says Fanning.


Saturday, December 22, 2012

Sam Riley Talks about Kristen with Shockya

Q: In the movie, you have some racy scenes with Kristen Stewart. What was it like to film those scenes?

SR: It’s a strange thing. I never had to do that much of that sort of thing before, and they’re not the sort of scenes that I relish. There’s not a lot you can do or play, necessarily. It’s like a fight-you hit, you duck. It’s all quite orchestrated.

I was pretty uncomfortable. She was 19, and I was nearly 30 and married. (laughs) We’re mates, but it was weird. You do it as quickly as possible, unlike in real life. You want to try to get it right the first or second time, so you don’t have to do it a lot of times.

My grandparents went to go watch it, and my grandfather’s 90. I said, what do you think of it, and he said, you were very good, but it was a bit racy in some points. He said, it’s not really my generation, and I said, it is your generation, you were there.

Q: Did you know Kristen before you worked together on this film?

SR: No, I don’t come into much contact with stars in my daily life. I’m married to a German one (actress Alexandra Maria Lara).

I knew the Jodie Foster move she was in (‘Panic Room’), but I didn’t realize it was her. I had seen ‘Into the Wild,’ and my younger sister loves the ‘Twilight’ movies. Kristen tried to explain to me the plot for the one that just came out (‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn-Part 2′), and it sounded bonkers. (laughs) It’s like, he’s a vampire, and he’s a werewolf. I get pregnant by the vampire, and the child grows at an enormous rate, and comes out almost at toddler age. I thought, this is very unusual for children’s’ entertainment. (laughs) But I didn’t know anyone before starting.


New 'Breaking Dawn: Part 2' Still

Kristen's Interview with Sidewalks from the San Francisco 'On the Road' Press Junket
Sources: 1 - 2 - 3 /via

Friday, December 21, 2012

'On the Road' Los Angeles Times Portrait Now in HQ

You can see the other portrait here

Garrett Hedlund Talks About Kristen with Shockya

Q: You and Kristen had great chemistry, so how did you guys develop that?

GH: I think it was from being around each other for the four weeks before we began filming. We were all in the same room all day, everyday. We went over material, and were reading a lot of the writings. That was a time for us to share with each other, like anything one had encountered.

Also, Walter shared with us what he discovered on his research. All day, everyday, it was Sam, Kristen and I in this apartment with Walter, listening to jazz, reading. It was one big study hall, so that’s where it came from.

Also, she’s not a hard one to get along with. She’s really great, and really dedicated to this. Everyone who was in this was great, and accepted everyone else as a family.