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'SuperGrid' begins production in Saskatchewan

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'SuperGrid' begins production in Saskatchewan
Exclusive: Raven Banner to handle worldwide sales, distribute in Canada.

Principal photography has begun in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan on SuperGrid, the apocalyptic road movie from the creators of WolfCop.

Regina-based producer Hugh Patterson has teamed up with Trinni Franke and director Lowell Dean (pictured at right), who directed horror-comedies WolfCop and Another WolfCop. Toronto-based Raven Banner handles worldwide sales and will distribute in Canada.

SuperGrid is set in a near future where mining conglomerates have turned Canada into a wasteland. Two brothers must travel the same road that claimed their sister’s life in their quest to deliver mysterious cargo. En route they must contend with road pirates, rebel gangs, and each other.

Leo Fafard of WolfCop stars alongside Marshall Williams, Tinsel Korey, Natalie Krill, Fei Ren, former WWE wrestler Jay Reso, and Regina natives Amy Matysio, Daniel Maslany, and Laura Abramsen. SuperGrid is funded by Telefilm and Creative Saskatchewan and the producers anticipate a 2018 release
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Competition: Win sci-fi thriller ‘Avarice’ on DVD!

50 years ago, a mysterious black box falls to earth from space. A woman wakes up in the middle of the night and sneaks out of her bedroom so as not to wake her sleeping husband, stealing a black box from the bedside table. Her lover waits outside and as the two are about to take off into the night, they are discovered by the husband, who they promptly shoot and kill. The husband is the first of many victims to come as a result of the greed and corruption the black box will bring to anyone who claims it.

Starring Kevin Sorbo (Hercules), Jason London (Dazed and Confused) and Tinsel Korey (Twilight), Avarice is out now on DVD from new UK distributor Cockerel Entertainment – buy it here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Avarice-DVD-Kevin-Sorbo – and we have Five copies to giveaway!

To win a copy of Avarice on DVD, just
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Giveaway – Win Avarice on DVD

To celebrate the release of sci-fi thriller Avarice, which is out on DVD here in the UK on Monday, March 14th, we’ve got five copies to give away thanks to the lovely people at Cockerel Entertainment. Read on for details of how to entere…

50 years ago, a mysterious black box falls to earth from space. A woman wakes up in the middle of the night and sneaks out of her bedroom so as not to wake her sleeping husband, stealing a black box from the bedside table. Her lover waits outside and as the two are about to take off into the night, they are discovered by the husband, who they promptly shoot and kill. The husband is the first of many victims to come as a result of the greed and corruption the black box will bring to anyone who claims it. After passing through many hands, will our protagonists,
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Danny Trejo interview: Bullet, Machete, Con Air, Muppets

Interview Duncan Bowles 13 Mar 2014 - 06:29

Duncan catches up with the star of Bullet and Machete to talk about stunts, dancing, and Miss Piggy...

The last but one answer in this interview has a slight spoiler for Muppets Most Wanted.

If there’s one thing I discovered from our chat with Danny Trejo, it’s that he laughs a lot. For an actor who’s made a career out of playing bad asses whose actions speak louder than words, it was a strange thing to hear him so openly chuckling – when our call was connected I asked how he was doing and he replied “Great, we were just talking about Mel Brooks and Blazing Saddles – probably before your time, but it’s really funny!” and what followed was one of the most entertaining interviews I’ve ever done.

We were lucky enough to get a good amount of Mr Trejo’s time,
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Afm: Colorado Banner Getting Feet Wet with ‘Fishing Naked’

Afm: Colorado Banner Getting Feet Wet with ‘Fishing Naked’
It probably won’t wind up as another Warner Bros., but 42 Productions has made it first foray into Hollywood via the American Film Market.

The Colorado-based banner has been hard to miss during Afm, with a massive poster and stair ads for its “Fishing Naked,” a comedy starring “Twilight” alums Tinsel Korey and Bronson Pelletier, as well as Evan Williams (“Degrassi: The Next Generation”) and Elyse Levesque (“Stargate Universe”).

Set in the mountains of Colorado, “Naked” revolves around the efforts of four friends using Bigfoot lore and other pranks to drive out unwanted tourists.

In a quintessentially move for Afm — where more than 2,000 films are for sale — an actor in a Bigfoot costume and “Fishing Naked” shirt was on the scene Friday at the Loews.

Producer-director Pete Coggan, operating without a sales company, told Variety that his company is near deals for Mexico, Australia, South Africa. “There’s a huge
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Amfm Fest Wraps in Cathedral City, CA

We are always glad to see Fests close to L.A. in new places and the desert outside of L.A. is also one of our favorite places. And ... the Dennis Hopper award personally moved me. In UCLA film school in 1967 Dennis was in a somewhat notorious movie I photographed and we remained friends. He was, to say the least, a very interesting guy. New Coachella Valley Festival Amfm (Art, Music, Film and More) wrapped its inaugural outing with an awards ceremony held at the Buddy Rogers Theatre in Cathedral “Cat” City on June 17. Festival organizers Rich Henrich and Rob Galarza of Film 4 Change gave awards in several categories from among the 108 total entries in the festival:

Best Film went to Gary King’s film How To Write A Joe Schermann Song and the festival accepted on his behalf.

Best Documentary Award went to American Road, directed by Kurt Jacobsen and Warren Leming. The film, which “delves into the artistic, musical and literary resonances of the mystique of the road – and especially of veering off the beaten track - in American lore,” made its world premiere at the Festival. Accepting the award was Ed Asner who narrated parts of the film. He said, “I am truly honored they chose it--particularly because it’s in a festival Viggo won an award in—and I am a great admirer of his. As for American Road, take a lesson from it. It is a beautiful piece of work.”

Best Feature went to Slamdance award winner Joy De V, by Nadia Szold.

Best Short went to Jason Guy McLagan for Elegy For Eden, which also screened at Slamdance. Accepting the award, he said “Thank you for being here. I don’t have anything else to say. Thank you."

Best Music Video was, Loneley, by Alethea Root for the artist Azhia. She said, “I really won an award? Thanks y’all, it was locally produced and shot here in the desert.”

Best Director went to Tony Glazer, director of Junction, which also world premiered at the Festival. He said, “Thanks for the honor of this award and for having the film in this festival; this is everything indie filmmakers want to be a part of. They say it takes a village. Well, it takes a small nation army to make a film and I am indebted to them—the actors, the crew, and even the financiers. This film would not be what it is without their involvement.”

Matthew Millan’s We Win Or We Die won the award for best short documentary. He remarked, “Thanks for having us. Thanks to the Libyan people and to my own stupidity for going there. People are still suffering there in Benghazi and that’s what this is all about.”

Special Jury Award was presented to Joseph Laraja’s comedy about a Northeastern seafood cook-off, The Golden Scallop. Laraja said, “This is a complete thrill all the way around—everyone has been lovely and it’s a tremendous honor."

The Wally Award for is given by a panel of judges to San Diego State University students. Students come in and pitch a film idea. Winners get an award and cash but most of all they gain the confidence to make it in this industry. The award is conferred by UltraStar Cinemas VP Wally Schlotter.

For Spring 2013 the award went to Plain White Tee. Director/ Producer Devin Dolan said, “What a great learning experience. A good experience our first festival. Thanks to our actors and crew and friends and family.”

The Festival presented a Best No-Show to His Own Poetry Reading to actor Michael Madsen—who was of course unavailable to receive it. His schedule reading at the Ace Hotel Saturday night didn’t deter the audience, who rose up and turned the evening into an impromptu poetry slam—reading their own work as well as Madsen’s and other poets’. Amazingly, about half the audience had their own material handy, including Junction’s Neil Bledsoe, and director Alex Kleinert, who read a poem about wild horses based on his Festival film Wild Horses And Renegades.

Johnny Dowers, FX’s The Bridge star, presented two awards. First was the Cinephile Award. It went to the individual who went to the most events, who volunteered and assisted and who generally “helped make it happen.” This award went to David Gardener. He received a bag of Festival swag labeled “I Got Swag.” “He said, “I have no idea what I am doing up here but I am happy about it.”

The Film 4 Change Humanitarian Award went to Ellen Jefferson for her immigrations documentary The Second Cooler. She said, “I am so excited I want to cry. Thanks to the festival for including me, thanks to Tyler Snyder (her web designer) for encouraging me. Corporate greed…I can’t go into all of that now. I hope this film can give a lot of people so much hope. People who are waiting to make that crossing, people who have been deported, a lot of hope for those that have had to follow their deported loved ones into exile and want to be reunited. “

Film 4 Change recognized a photographer with the Film 4 Change Photographer of the Year Award, which went to Craig Semetko. Henrich said, “His work captures moments in the American spirit. Wherever he goes in the world, his lens follows it and captures it.” Semetko in turn thanked the organizers. “They worked tirelessly, sleeplessly. Now it’s officially a tradition. I think about how I got started taking photographs. It was a desire to tell people’s stories. As an actor, I have been a people watcher my entire life. Maybe with a camera I can tell stories in a different medium.” He exhorted the crowd, “Be true to yourself and remember that kernel of passion that started you on your path to creativity. Keep that thing that fed your soul to begin with. Be authentic.”

Finally Henrich and Galarza honored acclaimed actor and artist Viggo Mortensen with the Dennis Lee Hopper Award.

Mortensen is the fourth artist to receive the award, named for (and originally presented to) renegade renaissance man Dennis Hopper. Film 4 Change previously bestowed the award to Dean Stockwell and Alex Cox at the Albuquerque Film Festival. Amfm embraces the sprit of Hopper and the Festival’s motto: hip, cool, funny, strange, social change. “We are a community of artists committed to having pride in what we do and dedicated to making our country great through artistic and creative innovation,” Henrich said.

Here’s some excerpts from Mortensen on accepting the award: “it’s a hell of an honor due to its connection to Dennis, with that it couldn’t be more meaningful to me. “I’ve been to some awards programs that are a load of self-important crap compared to this. Thank you. I look forward to future festivals—this is a great idea and it will grow and grow, I am sure it will. Thanks to Jared Davis, Hugh Millstein, and Digital Fusion Los Angeles; more is going to be inflicted on you on screen [in a montage of art and poetry that followed the presentation].”

He continued, “[It was] kind of hard to pick from thousands of images, something that was concise enough that feels the connection that comes across that that I have with Dennis and his work. There’s something about Dennis and what he means to lots of artists.

Dennis Hopper was not generally thought to be a recluse or hermit. He managed to share moments of creativity and wild excess with others. He was socially active by nature, and always curious about people. But he also emphasized that to be an engaged, conscious artists is to essentially be alone, to come to terms with mysteries we all have to face. The absurd side of being alive can be the source of joy. He used laughter; he used it as an important weapon against darkness. The joke was always on him, with laughter—he looked for a joke to make one and to be one, but valued fearlessness and curiosity in others.”

Mortensen concluded by reading a poem read when Hopper got his star on Hollywood Boulevard, a poem by Hopper’s fellow Kansan William Stafford: For My Young Friends Who Are Afraid.

There is a country to cross you will

find in the corner of your eye, in

the quick slip of your foot–air far

down, a snap that might have caught.

And maybe for you, for me, a high, passing

voice that finds its way by being

afraid. That country is there, for us,

carried as it is crossed. What you fear

will not go away: it will take you into

yourself and bless you and keep you.

That’s the world, and we all live there.

Amfm Fest ran June 13 -16, 2013 at the UltraStar Mary Pickford Theater, the Cathedral City Town Square and other select desert venues. Film 4 Change’s mission is to bring communities together through the power of story and the art of laughter while showcasing the best emerging talent and thought leaders in art, music, film, photography and comedy. The Festival features six world premiere films (more than 50 in all), dozens of live shows, comedy, fine art, spoken word, seminars, a Celebrity Indy Kart Race and more. Other celebrity guests ranged from Ed Asner, Jason London, Jason Mewes, David Zayas, and Tinsel Korey to filmmakers Monte Hellman, Adrian Belic, Gary King, Jesse Baget and even the Coachella Valley’s own Christian Sesma.
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Tinsel Korey Chats About The Unique ‘Twilight’ Fans And The Hiatus Between Films

Tinsel Korey Chats About The Unique ‘Twilight’ Fans And The Hiatus Between Films
The Examiner has a two-part interview with yet another talented ‘Twilight Saga’ cast member, Tinsel Korey. In Part 1 of their interview, Tinsel speaks about the unique ‘Twilight’ fans and their passionate nature, and also mentions about ease of filming despite the gaps between films and how the cast kept in touch during the hiatus.… Read the rest

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Stars Shine in Bcbgmaxazria Dresses at Breaking Dawn: Part 2 Los Angeles Premiere

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Stars Shine in Bcbgmaxazria Dresses at Breaking Dawn: Part 2 Los Angeles Premiere
Several actresses shined in Bcbgmaxazria dresses on Monday night as they hit the red carpet for the final installment of ‘The Twilight Saga,’ ‘Breaking Dawn-Part 2,’ at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. Such stars as ‘Twilight’ actress Tinsel Korey and Disney leading lady Bella Throne were met by fans at one of the most anticipated premiers of the year. Korey looked radiant as she hit the red carpet donning a white Bcbgmaxazria gown with a plunging neckline. She matched her Anitra Halter Dress in Gardenia with turquoise earrings and a ring. Korey also matched her dress with the Yliana Yepez for Blues by kyky Mambo Strap Gold Clutch, which [ Read More ]

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Which of the 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' stars had the best dress?

Which of the 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' stars had the best dress?
Of all the pretty actresses attending last night's The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 world premiere, which had the most killer dress? Was it Kristen Stewart, with her nude Zuhair Murad dress? Or was it Dakota Fanning and her emerald green Elie Saab (which she matched with some newly brunette hair, by the way)? View slideshow: 'Twilight' actresses hit the 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2' black carpet premiere Hit the slideshow to check out all the Twilight Saga actresses on the red carpet - including Stewart, Fanning, Nikki Reed in grey Versace, Ashley Greene in (of course) Donna Karan, Elizabeth Reaser in Carolina Herrera, Julia Jones in Kaufmanfranco, Maggie Grace in a forest green Bibhu Mohapatra, Casey Labow, MyAnna Buring, Valorie Curry, Toni Trucks, Judi Shekoni in Ilja, Tracey Heggins, Marlane Barnes, Lisa Howard, Angela Sarafyan, Christian Serratos in Zac Posen, Mackenzie Foy and Tinsel Korey - and
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'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2' premiere: veteran cast mates

'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2' premiere: veteran cast mates
Check out some of the Twilight Saga's most veteran stars attending The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2's world premiere in Los Angeles, California this evening! Included in this batch of new slideshow photos from the black carpet are Stephenie Meyer, Taylor Lautner (Jacob Black), Ashley Greene (Alice Cullen), Dakota Fanning (Jane - Volturi), Julia Jones (Leah Clearwater), Edi Gathegi (Laurent), Booboo Stewart (Seth Clearwater), Tinsel Korey (Emily Young), Elizabeth Reaser (Esme Cullen), Peter Facinelli (Carlisle Cullen), Jackson Rathbone (Jasper Hale), Billy Burke (Charlie Swan), Nikki Reed (Rosalie Hale) and Kellan Lutz (Emmett Cullen). View slideshow: 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2' premiere veteran castmates For her parting words to the Twilight Saga's fans, Stephenie Meyer said, "Everybody's been saying to me tonight that 'Oh, look, you're the reason we're all here.' That's really not true. The reasons were all here is you
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Twi-Fight! Breaking Down the 'Twilight' Character Tourney

MTV's "Twi-Fight" is about to begin, and we don't just mean the Cullens finally facing those pesky Volturi types in "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2."

Sixty-four of our favorite vampires, werewolves, humans and hybrids are throwing down in an intra-fandemonium MTV tournament to decide once and for all which "Twilight" character is the very favorite among Twi-hards.

It's a stone cold battle in the making, and while Edward (Robert Pattinson), Bella (Kristen Stewart) and/or Jacob (Taylor Lautner) are the most obvious favorites, there may be some other stiff competitors in this thing yet. Let's break it down.

Frontrunners

There's no question that the "Twi-o" — or "Twifecta," if you will — have a solid lead on the rest. The entire series has revolved around them, and the emotional attachment of the fan community to these three is unquestionable. Between them, Edward's got that immortal swoon factor going for him,
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Final Poster, New Images & Promotional Tour Dates For The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Pt. 2

A moment of silence for all you faithful Twi-hards and Twilighters out there… this is the last poster of your beloved Bella, Edward & Jacob. The final chapter in The Twilight Saga, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn . Part 2 will arrive in theatres on November 16, 2012.

After the culmination of a 24-hour worldwide countdown across all of the Facebook pages of the Twilight Saga network, the final poster for the highly anticipated last film in the series debuted this morning. There were 6 total portions revealed across 6 regional time zones, all on Tuesday morning local time, starting with New Zealand and ending with Los Angeles. Each of the 6 portions were released on Facebook and Twitter.

From Deadline, here.s the promotional tour schedule for Stewart, Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, and the rest of the cast on national U.S. talk shows, programs and similar appearances around the globe. Dates and cast appearances subject to change.
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International Promotional Tour for ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2′ Set to Kick Off in October

International Promotional Tour for ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2′ Set to Kick Off in October
The Twilight cast is coming, the Twilight cast is coming! Deadline Hollywood has the exclusive scoop on the huge international promotional tour set to begin in just a few days time. Various cast members from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 are going to be traveling the world to promote the movie, including the Twilight Trio of, Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner. Check out the tour details below:

October 6 – Spain: Chaske Spencer to appear at Sitges Film Festival for fan event and press.

October 14 – United States: U.S. press tour in select regional markets to be announced.

October 21 – United States: U.S. press tour in select regional markets to be announced.

October 21 – October 28 – Australia, Japan, Brazil, South Africa, Scotland, Ireland: Robert Pattinson visits Australia, Kristen Stewart visits Japan, Taylor Lautner visits Brazil, Ashley Grene visits South Africa, Kellan Lutz and Nikki Reed visit Scotland and Ireland.

October 28 – November 3 – Los Angeles, California: Worldwide press junket in Los Angeles with Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Peter Facinelli, Elizabeth Reaser, Nikki Reed, Ashley Greene, Kellan Lutz, Jackson Rathbone, Michael Sheen, director Bill Condon, author Stephenie Meyer, and screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg.

November 3 – November 4 – Burbank, California: The Twilight Saga Official Convention in Burbank featuring Peter Facinelli, Gil Birmingham, Charlie Bewley, Alex Meraz, Booboo Stewart, Tinsel Korey, Casey Labow, Julia Jones, and Bronson Pelletier.

November 4 – November 11 – Various Cities, U.S.: The cast will do national press and talk shows.

November 12 – Los Angeles, California: World Premiere of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 at Nokia Theater at La Live featuring Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner and the cast along with Bill Condon and Stephenie Meyer.

November 14 – November 16 – England, Spain, Germany: Premiere Tour in London, Madrid, and Berlin featuring Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Bill Condon, and Wyck Godfrey

November 14 – November 16 – Denmark, Norway: Premiere Tour in Copenhagen and Oslo featuring Nikki Reed and Jackson Rathbone

Read the full story at Deadline Hollywood here.
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Toronto Film Festival 2012: Walter Salles Working on New On The Road Cut

On the Road movie reedited for Toronto screening Based on Jack Kerouac's '50s novel, Walter Salles' Otr adaptation starring Garrett Hedlund, Sam Riley, and Kristen Stewart (above photo) will be screened at the upcoming Toronto Film Festival. We all knew that. What we didn't know is that Tiff 2012 will unveil a new cut of the film (via indieWIRE), which premiered last spring at the Cannes Film Festival to mixed reviews. The 2hr20m drama has been downsized to approximately 125 minutes. That's an interesting development, as Otr has already been screened in several countries, with varying degrees of box-office success. [Check out the On the Road trailer. Check out Kristen Stewart On the Road poster; Garrett Hedlund On the Road poster.] Otr movie reedit hardly unique On the other hand, different cuts shown in different countries is hardly something new. Whether as a result of poor critical/box-office reception, (perceived) local sensibilities, and/or censorship, the movie you watch in, say, Canada isn't necessarily the exact same movie watched by someone in Singapore,
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'Twilight' news wrap: catching up with the cast and more

'Twilight' news wrap: catching up with the cast and more
Ashley Greene, The Apparition, Anna Kendrick, Pitch Perfect, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Tinsel Korey, Billy Burke, NBC's Revolution, Noel Fisher, Hatfields & McCoys, Bill Paxton, Kevin Costner, Butter, Twilight, Peter Facinelli, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2, Adult Swim's Ntsf:sd:suv, Max Greenfield .... There are several items of Twilight news to share today, so to keep it short and sweet, here's a wrap-up of the latest. Ashley Greene, the Villain? Ashley Greene's been super busy promoting her newest release The Apparition, and in one of her latest interviews (with TooFab), she mentioned wanting to portray the villain at some point, which would be a stark contrast to her Twilight counterpart, Alice Cullen. "“I’d love to play a villain at some point; I think it would be really fun and the polar opposite of Alice. The great thing about Alice is that she is so loveable. I
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'Twilight' trio not hitting final convention stop for 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2'

'Twilight' trio not hitting final convention stop for 'Breaking Dawn - Part 2'
Twilight trio Robert Pattinson (Edward Cullen), Kristen Stewart (Bella Swan), and Taylor Lautner (Jacob Black) might've been on-hand for the past two Los Angeles-based Twilight convention stops (in support of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1), but don't count on seeing them this year in support of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2. Creation Entertainment announced the roster for the Burbank, California stop - which takes place from November 3-4th and features, so far, Peter Facinelli, Gil Birmingham, Charlie Bewley, Alex Meraz, Booboo Stewart, Tinsel Korey, Casey Labow, and Julia Jones - and added "Although Rob, Kristen and Taylor will not be with us this time out we will have a super line-up of other Twilight stars and the weekend will be filled with special events, movie prop and costume displays, contests, panels, auctions, parties, exclusive merchandise, music and much more,
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'Breaking Dawn' Exclusive: Tinsel Korey On The Saga's End, Her Time As Emily

Timing is everything, people. Just one day after speaking to Tinsel Korey about her very first Ep (set to come out on August 30!) the news of Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson's cheating scandal surfaced. Granted, we would have asked, but Tinsel and the rest of the cast are too nice and private to talk about such gossip. Ugh, guess we can't blame them.

In any case, we got some scoop about Tinsel's thoughts about the Twilight Saga ending come this November, and what it was like to play Emily in the series! Many Twihards will probably be upset when the Breaking Dawn: Part 2 credits begin to scroll, but it will also be exciting to follow the actors careers throughout other projects too. Just like so many already, Tinsel is moving on to other jobs and staying busy with her music career. Read on to see what her plans
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'Breaking Dawn' Exclusive: Tinsel Korey On The Saga's End, Her Time As Emily

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Timing is everything, people. Just one day after speaking to Tinsel Korey about her very first Ep (set to come out on August 30!) the news of Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson's cheating scandal surfaced. Granted, we would have asked, but Tinsel and the rest of the cast are too nice and private to talk about such gossip. Ugh, guess we can't blame them.

In any case, we got some scoop about Tinsel's thoughts about the Twilight Saga ending come this November, and what it was like to play Emily in the series! Many Twihards will probably be upset when the Breaking Dawn: Part 2 credits begin to scroll, but it will also be exciting to follow the actors careers throughout other projects too. Just like so many already, Tinsel is moving on to other jobs and staying busy with her music career. Read on to see what her plans
See full article at Filmology »
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