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Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Translation: Kristen Stewart invited to Golden Globes! She'll present alongside Simon Baker the Honorary Cecil B. DeMille [award]. We'll see her January 13th!
Kristen Stewart and Simon Baker to announce the recipient of the Cecil B. DeMille Award. Recipient will be honored at the 70th Annual Golden Globe® Awards for their outstanding contribution to the entertainment field. The show once again will be broadcast LIVE coast-to-coast on NBC on Sunday, January 13 from 5:00-8:00 p.m. (PST)/8:00-11:00 p.m. (EST) from the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
The recipient of the Cecil B. DeMille Award is chosen by the HFPA board of directors. The list of winners provides a spectrum of talented human beings who have had an impact on the world of entertainment, be it Alfred Hitchcock, Lucille Ball, Sidney Poitier, Sophia Loren, Sean Connery, Barbra Streisand, Martin Scorsese or any one of those thoughtfully selected for the honor. Morgan Freeman received the award last year.
Kristen will announce the award tomorrow morning Thursday, November 1, 2012 at The Beverly Hills Hotel.
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'On the Road' will be screening for the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Monday, November 5, 2012 at 7:00PM
There will be a Q&A with Kristen, Garrett and Walter.
The screening would be for SAG members.
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MTV: Of course the fans are very excited to see Kristen's interpretation of Bella as a vampire at last.
Meyer: It's subtle and yet kind of amazing. She's very self-possessed the way she holds herself. She's a completely different kind of character.
Read Stephenie's full interview, talking about 'Breaking Dawn Part 2' at the source, MTV.
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner will be sitting down with me together Thursday@8pm on MTV/MTV.com for an MTV First.
— Josh Horowitz (@joshuahorowitz) October 30, 2012
Get ready for an extra-special dose of "Breaking Dawn" goods Thursday, November 1, at 8 p.m. ET, when MTV News presents "MTV First: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2," an exclusive sit-down with Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner, during which they will introduce a never-before-seen clip from the film on MTV.
Following the on-air introduction of the exclusive clip, the "Twilight" trio will stick around for a lengthy interview on MTV.com and will joined by other castmembers as well. Fans can get in on the action immediately by submitting video or text questions beginning today via MTV.com or Twitter (@MTVNews, hashtag #AskTwilight).
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Monday, October 29, 2012
ET Twilight Week - BD2 scene 'The Cullens Coach Vampire Bella' + preview of Green Day's 'The Forgotten' video
Twilight is coming to an end after 5 movies. How do you feel about it?
I’m sad. We were a family and we actually cried when we finishing filming the last scene. But then we celebrated.
Who will you miss the most?
Definitely Taylor. We were together everyday, and now we hardly see each other but I hope our friendship is not over.
Who would like to work with next?
I really admire Natalie Portman, and I hope I could film a thriller or an action movie with her. She’s a great actress.
Would you work in a different saga again?
No franchise can match Twilight. I don’t know if I’d ever do another one, but I would like to star in a horror film.
What do you like most about Edward?
He’s very passionate and honest. I’d love to love like that; Bella is everything to him. I have not fallen as hard as Edward does.
What do you not like about him?
He acts without thinking, and I’m not going to deny that I tend to do that too. I’ll miss being a vampire, because I do relate to Edward, and I know many people don’t believe it but I do like the character.
Who did you get along with the most during filming? With whom did you feel like you had the most chemistry?
We all got along famously, nobody isolated, everybody hung out together. I don’t’ think anyone hates me.
What’s your favourite Twilight movie?
I love BD1, the wedding was spectacular. Seeing Kristen dressed like a bride was like being in a dream.
How was your relationship with Rob, Kristen and Taylor?
They’re great people, they’re playful and fun. Rob was like a dad, taking care of me on set. Taylor made me laugh a lot and we played football on set. But who I really had a good time with was with Kristen. One time we got in trouble with our director Bill because we were chatting and we didn’t realize that people were waiting for us to shoot a scene. They were all sweet but they swear a lot.
Is it hard coming back to school after being in one of the biggest sagas ever?
It’s hard working and going to school at the same time, but my school has been supportive. My friends won’t stop asking me about Rob, Taylor and Kristen.
Scans and translation thanks to twilightpoison. Read Mackenzie's full interview there too.
Sunday, October 28, 2012
Q: What is it like to arrive at the end of Twilight?
Kristen Stewart: It's very strange. We know there are plenty of people that we will never see again, it's a bit like the end of high school. It was great, but something new is waiting for us, perhaps something even bigger.
Stephenie Meyer: No, that I do not believe it. (laughs) I just hope that the fans will love the end as they liked the first four films. Personally, I was eager to see what would give Bella as a vampire. Kristen is great, the scenes are really cool.
KS: I also can not wait for it to happen. Twilight vampires are truly unique. When we are transformed, everything is amplified when, as humans, we already have special abilities, they are exacerbated.
Robert Pattinson: I'm very happy, not that it stops, but that it is reaching the end. I remember when we shot the first movie, we were all stressed out by the idea that there would be no success and that we wouldn't shoot more of the saga. Then we saw the popularity it has suscited and the fan support has never dried up, even after four films. It is an extraordinary adventure that we have experienced, I am happy to be a part of it.
Q: What will you miss?
KS: Probably the fans, they were passionate, they have supported us all these years. There are very few films that generate much enthusiasm from the public. It's amazing to live such a phenomenon.
Q: What you liked the most?
SM: See Kristen, Rob, Taylor, Mackenzie and all of the others given life to my characters.
KS: I love my character bella, the way it is, it evolves. It is the coolest girl in the saga.
Q: The relationship between Bella and Edward changed radically in the last film, can you tell us?
RP: Edward has always been surprised by the attitude of Bella for the first four movies ! Is he more surprised now that this she is a vampire? I'm not sure. What changes the most is that they are now equal. he should no longer protect her all the time, she won't be able to die. On the other hand, it is a newborn, she is fierce and can kill anyone if she can not control it. Edward will need to help her and teach her how to act a vampire. They will get closer as a couple. They know they will now be able to spend eternity together ... Finally, if the Volturi permit it.
KS: They will form a true couple. Bella transformation may be what dedicated their union, even more than marriage. The presence of Renesmee will also make them evolve at once. They are parents, and given the speed at which their daughter grows up, they will quickly take over their duty.
SM: Bella and Edward love their daughter, but everyone is wary of her. It affects the look they have towards her. Did they create a monster hiding behind the face of an angel?
Via & Translation: itsoktobeyouorg
Saturday, October 27, 2012
Friday, October 26, 2012
Starting next Monday (October 29), in anticipation of the November 16 release of Breaking Dawn: Part 2, Entertainment Tonight will kick off Twilight week with never-before-seen clips, behind-the-scenes footage and brand-new interviews with the cast!
In addition, ET will play an exclusive tease of Breaking Dawn: Part 2's music video The Forgotten, performed by Green Day, as well as an exclusive look at star Nikki Reed and husband Paul McDonald's music video titled All I've Ever Needed.
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We’ve seen them mature in front of cameras and our eyes, becoming grown up actors with a promising career. Stewart was only 18 when she played the insecure and in love Bella for the first time. Lautner was only 16 and had to get in shape with the possibility of a new actor replacing him for New Moon, and Pattinson was only an English actor that we saw dying in the fourth Harry Potter film. After four years and five movies, these guys agree in a lot of things: this franchise has changed their lives. They also admit to having a certain sadness because of never returning to that universe. The non-stop filming of both Breaking Dawn releases, for seven long months in Vancouver, were too long and tiring for the actors.
“If they told me tomorrow that we had to film new scenes, I’d be really happy. I’d start vibrating with excitement, because I enjoy playing this character,” Stewart explained to us about the bittersweet end that is approaching.
The actress also added that in reality, she hasn’t had to say goodbye to Bella, because all the characters she plays stay with her after she’s done portraying them, “I’ve taken all I needed from her and now this stage is over. This project has been something very special, it lasted a long time, it’s been very indulging and wonderful, although at the same time we were all rushing, not to be done with it, but to complete the experience. Now that we’ve made it, I like looking at it from a distance.”
Lautner, aware of the end of this very long and meaningful stage in his career, was sure to enjoy every single last moment on set, “I remember that the final date was approaching. There were three weeks of shooting left and I said to myself: ‘Now is when I should start soaking in every moment, because I know that when we’re done I’m going to want to turn back time and start this again.’ I’m very happy I did.” He confessed.
For him, there was an especially memorable instant during Breaking Dawn filming, “The most exciting scene to me was the dance with Bella, after the wedding, it’s on Part 1. It was the last thing I filmed in the entire franchise. It was a unique moment, but at the same time it was a tough scene on Jacob, it’s when he has to say goodbye to Bella,” he told, and admitted that the end of this saga allowed him to do something he’d been wanting to for a while, “When a movie ends, you need to take a week to sleep and not do anything. It’s fun because, after this week you thing: ‘Stop. I need to get back to work.’”
Pattinson’s words are probably more enticing to saddened fans of the saga, the actor wanted us to know that this isn’t really the end of the Twilight era, “I see the Harry Potter series and nobody is behaving like it’s over. Everybody looks at the cast the same way. I don’t think it affects in any way. It’ll take years for things to calm down or you need to do something more definitive after this to show the direction you want to take.”
The secret of success
For Meyer, the reason why these stories she wrote and these movies have become a worldwide phenomenon is still a mystery, and she assures to be surprised by it all the time.
Lautner is convinced the writer is too humble, “I never know how to answer that question, but all the merit is to the books and the characters she created. That’s where it all started. It’s a huge honor to be in the situation that allows me to bring them to life. The characters in the books are what made fans fall in love. I have no idea why they feel so identified with them, but I know that’s where it all started.”
Her cast made dared to go in deeper in this subject, indentifying the shared experience that she supposes is part of the key to success in this franchise, “I’ve been obsessed over it and it’s been a very personal experience. There are other people who are into the same things as me and we share that energy. It’s contagious. If you like something, and you can share it with your friends, you like it even more.” Stewart told us.
Sentimental value set
Lautner and Stewart couldn’t hide this from us, they didn’t want to leave Vancouver without stealing a memoir of their days while shooting. Lautner kept the last clothes he used in Breaking Dawn, but he admitted that he would’ve liked to keep the motorcycle.
Stewart was more ambitious than the werewolf, taking various objects, “I kept the wedding ring and some bracelets. Actually, all of Bella’s jewelry. I also have some clothes, at the end of every film I go: ‘I want this, I want that’. I have the jacket from the first film, the one she takes to school: the brown one. It’s fun because it’s something I’d wear, but it actually doesn’t zip up because it’s a prop.” The actress also shared that she’ll also miss the Vancouver air and that especial connection connection she’ll always have with the crew.
Pattinson was the only one that didn’t claim possessions from his character; he’s convinced that Edwards wedding ring should be found on sale on Ebay right now. The actor talked to us about other, maybe less sentimental, things that he’ll miss now that his days filming the vampire saga are over, “There’s this incredibly good place to eat shawarmas in Vancouver, it’s one of the best in the world, which is very strange because it’s in Vancouver. The worst part is I don’t even know where it is, it was always other people that bought them [laughs]. But I really liked it, and also the fried chicken you got on the hotel’s room service [laughs].”
For Stewart, there’s a clear reason why she should not be sad over the end of the story: Edward and Bella have finally found happiness and a way to be together, “I don’t want anything else to happen to them, please, leave them in peace. At the end of the film we get to a point that is so satisfactory, it makes you feel really good,” the actress previewed. “I don’t want this to sound arrogant, but we do really cool things with this ending. I think Bill [Condon] was the perfect person to direct this fourth book. The audience expects something very emotional with this ending and I’ve watched it four times, I can tell you that I’ve cried every time.”
Maybe Pattinson’s right, maybe this isn’t the end of an era for the actors of this franchise, but they all have to prove whether they’re in Hollywood to stay, if within a few years these titles will just be one more in their filmography, or whether the adventures of Bella, Edward and Jacob will define their careers forever. Only time has the answer.
Rob Mentions Kristen:
We’ve seen Kristen Stewart reach certain prime professionally, precisely because of this system. Have you become braver and have you been taking more risks by her side?
A lot more. I remember when they sent me the script for ‘Cosmopolis’, we were about to start filming ‘Breaking Dawn’ and I asked everyone whether I should accept it. I knew I liked it, but strangely I didn’t know what to do. I asked Kristen to read the script and she told me: “What the hell are you talking about? You have to do this! It’s Cronenberg!” [laughs]. That influenced my decisions, of course. Kristen is living proof that you can be successful only doing things that she finds specifically interesting. She never makes decisions thinking about her career and it’s something that works more and more as time passes. It’s good that this method works for someone.
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And what about that arm-wrestling scene with his co-star Kristen Stewart? Lutz says you shouldn’t be fooled by Kristen’s tiny frame.
“Kristen is a strong girl — mentally, physically emotionally,” he said. “She’s probably one of the best actresses I’ve worked with. She’s a strong cookie! It was really fun to bring that scene to life. I can’t wait to see it at the premiere with the fans.”
Thursday, October 25, 2012
Teen: What was it like the first time you met Rob, Kristen and Taylor?
Mackenzie: The first time I met Rob and Kristen, I was in the hair and makeup trailer for my wig fitting and I don’t remember what they were doing — I think they were getting their hair done or something — and I just said, “Hi, my name’s Mackenzie.” I met Taylor on the first day I got to be on camera, and we were doing some scene together. He said “Hi.”
Teen: Off-camera, what were some of your favorite moments with the cast?
Mackenzie: I went hiking with Kristen and that was really fun. And me and Taylor we were all playing games and my mom showed ['em] something on her iPhone and they were playing that forever. It was really funny.
Teen: Robert said you got a lot of money from the cast for swearing around you…
Mackenzie: Well, I started hearing some oopsies around set and I decided that I should start a swear jar. It’s just like a little container with stickers on it.
Teen: And you just told them this is something they had to do or…?
Mackenzie: Actually, they all wanted to do it because they have a problem. They need some help.
Teen: Who was the biggest culprit?
Mackenzie: I’m not gonna say!
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And how is Kristen Stewart to work with?
For such a young lady to be steering the size of ship she was, she’s amazing. She just got her sleeves rolled up and stuck in. She’s very diligent, very inclusive. We were a real unit. We formed a real bond.
Source via @Mel452
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
(Brazil): His hardest scene in 'Breaking Dawn Part 2' was when Bella finds out that Jacob imprints on her daughter and gets on the patio and shows him who's in control. He says "it was fun seeing Kristen give him a hard time."
via @Mel452 :)