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Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart on The End of ‘Twilight’

2 December 2012 6:30 AM, PST

Metro recently caught up with Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart and they shared their thoughts on the end of ‘Twilight. Rob also spoke about his choice of roles and his new project, ‘Mission Blacklist’.… Read the rest

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Judi Shekoni Opens Up About Captivating Men, Beauty Rituals and ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2′

2 December 2012 6:12 AM, PST

Captivate magazine recently caught up with Judi Shekoni and the talented actress opened up about captivating men, beauty rituals and ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2′.… Read the rest

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More on Kristen Stewart’s Candid Conversation with Backstage

2 December 2012 5:59 AM, PST

We bring you more of Kristen Stewart’s candid interview with Backstage magazine, where she touches on the press, Sean Penn and leaving ‘Twilight Behind’.… Read the rest

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Taylor Lautner’s Reflections on The End of ‘Twilight’

2 December 2012 5:48 AM, PST

Taylor Lautner spoke with Metro recently and shared his reflections on the end of ‘Twilight’.

Ab-tastic actor behind everyone’s favorite shape-shifter talks about saying goodbye to the franchise that made him internationally famous.

Would he do more?

“Stephenie’s so smart that I would absolutely have to look at it and consider it,” he says of author Stephenie Meyer. “Everything Stephenie touches turns to gold, and she’s a very smart woman.”

The worst part of fame

“I haven’t been to a mall in a while and I haven’t been to a theme park in a while, but I figure out how to get into movie theaters,” he says. “I do [wear a disguise], but they don’t work at all for some reason and I don’t know why. I think I literally just have to put prosthetics on because literally I put a baseball hat on, glasses, pull the hat down, I look in the mirror and I’m like, ‘All right, you are set. You don’t look anything like yourself.’ And the second I step outside, it’s almost like I’m wearing nothing.”

The best part of ‘Twilight’ ending

“I will not be sad to not have to take my shirt off again,” Lautner says. For his potential future projects, “You’ve got to look at: Does it make sense that the character doesn’t have a shirt in this scene? Or is it just nonsense, like, ‘Oh I’m starting to get warm right now, let me take my shirt off.’”

Summing it all up

Lautner started the “Twilight” franchise when he was 15 years old. “It’s amazing how much a 15-year-old to a 20-year-old grows up and matures just regularly. Going through this, it definitely was at an accelerated rate,” he says. “[The scrutiny] definitely added to it. It was the part of it that we never predicted.”

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BooBoo Stewart Speaks About His Personal Life and Being Involved in ‘The Twilight Saga’

2 December 2012 5:31 AM, PST

BooBoo Stewart appeared on the cover of Captivate magazine in November and gave them an exclusive interview while on the set of ‘The Twilight Saga’. He speaks of his experience being involved in such a huge franchise as ‘The Twilight Saga’, travelling the world and acting.

Cm – You are officially the youngest cover story for Captivate Magazine! You turned eighteen earlier this year. Did you do anything special to celebrate?​​

​Bbs – Wow! I didn’t know that. It’s an honor to be the youngest cover–and not really–I spent it with my family, pretty low key

Cm – Being apart of such a huge Box Office Franchise like, The Twilight Saga, how has it changed your life for the good and the bad?

Bbs – Well it’s so far been all good–I have been all over the world, met amazing people and there are so many more opportunities for me now.

Cm – What have you learned, as a young actor, being on the set of such a huge Franchise?

Bbs – I have learned how to deal with the down time (Laughs)

Cm – How has your character developed since, Breaking Dawn Part 1? Bbs – Well I think he is still the same guy, just wants everyone to get along

Cm – Do you hang out with any of the Twilight cast outside of set?

Bbs – Not really, we are all busy in our own careers

Cm – Have you gotten used to screaming girls and over zealous fans or is it still something unfamiliar?

Bbs – (Laughs) I don’t think you really ever get used to it

Cm – What is a “fan moment” that stands out to you that you have recently experienced? ​

Bbs – It would be hard to single one out–the fans are so dedicated and nice, I am always amazed

Cm – Do you have any celebrity crushes of your own?

Bbs – Zooey Deschanel

Cm – Are there any directors or actors/actresses you would like to work with in the future?

Bbs – Oh yeah, a bunch directors- Paul Thomas Anderson, Chuck Russell, Michael Bay, –I just met Bryan Singer he was great. Actors -Jim Caviezel, Joaquin Phoenix, Heath Ledger if he was still alive -what a loss.

Cm – Are there any future projects you have in the works that you are liberty to speak about?

Bbs – Well I have a few films coming out this spring–White Frog, Running Deer and Space Warriors–and I am about to go into production on The Well

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Fan Video Sundays: Give Us A Little Love

2 December 2012 4:51 AM, PST

A very Happy Sunday to everyone! This week we bring you an Edward and Bella, Twilight themed video from eresmiadrenalina‘s channel and is titled Edward & Bella || The Heart Never Lies featuring Give Us A Little Love by Falullah .

This video goes to the very beginning of Edward and Bella’s love story and reminds us why we were all drawn to them when we first watched Twilight. Now that the The Twilight Saga movies have been completed, this video is that much more special and poignant. I love the choice of clips and the rhythm and haunting melody of Fallulah’s Give Us A Little Love is apt in giving us that mysterious element that we first felt in Twilight.

What do you think of the video? Did it bring back memories of the first time you watched Edward and Bella in Twilight? »

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Kristen Stewart Speaks Candidly About Her Love for ‘Twilight’ And ‘On The Road’

2 December 2012 4:46 AM, PST

Kristen Stewart graced the cover of Backstage magazine in November. In this amazing interview, she spoke candidly about her love for ‘Twilight’, the difficulties she faced with the press and her ‘On The Road’ experience.… Read the rest

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Lee Pace in New Stills from ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2′ as Garrett and as King Thranduil in ‘The Hobbit’

2 December 2012 12:13 AM, PST

If you’re like us at Ta, you were probably, 1 – elated that we got to see tiny bits of Lee Pace as Garrett in some trailers and TV Spots before Breaking Dawn – Part 2 opened, but 2 – just as frustrated as we were by the clear lack of good photos of the guy in all of his Garrett-glory.… Read the rest

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Jackson Rathbone Appears on ‘The Wendy Williams Show’ for ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2′

1 December 2012 11:35 PM, PST

Jackson Rathbone recently put in appearance to promote Breaking Dawn – Part 2 at ‘The Wendy Williams Show’. Wendy is of course a big show fan, and Wendy immediately took notice of Jackson’s trademark cowboy boots. The two went on to talk about what it was like to be part of The Twilight Saga, being incredibly grateful for the fans, an old Sears commercial that Jackson was in, and of course lots on his new family. Check out Jackson’s full appearance below:

Twilight star Jackson Rathbone tells us about his first acting gig! Find out what advice his parents gave him before he left Texas for Hollywood.

And just in case you missed those pictures….(Too cute!)

Aww, I love the family photo! And as huge of a fan as I am of tattoos, I’m not quite sure of Jackson’s Ketchup bottle tattoo – it’s just too funny.

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A Conversation with Peter Facinelli and Elizabeth Reaser On ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2′

30 November 2012 5:46 AM, PST

Peter Facinelli and Elizabeth Reaser spoke with Flicks and Bits about their work on ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2. The wonderful interview touched on their initial expectations of ‘The Twilight Saga’ and how they feel about completing the five movies, their thoughts on working with such a huge cast, and their favourite scenes to shoot in ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2′.… Read the rest

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Robert Pattinson on His ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2′ Experience

30 November 2012 12:37 AM, PST

Robert Pattinson recently shared his ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2′ with Flicks and Bits, where he spoke about working with the massive cast, the preparation for the battle, how he felt working with Bill Condon and what he thought about reaching the end of his ‘Twilight’ journey. Read more below:

What have you taken away from this final film in particular, working with this group of people? This series is almost like High School or College, every year you’re thrown back together with this group of people – with some new people, new classmates, teachers – to me it sort of has that feeling….

Robert Pattinson: Yeah. We’ve all had a massively formative experience together. It is sort of the same thing as going to College or High School. We’re all sort of around the same age as well, which is more unusual with a film. That usually doesn’t happen. It was a long haul for the last one, it definitely felt like an ending. Suddenly there was an enormous amount of new cast, we were doing scenes with 30 people in it, massive fight scenes. It seemed big, and you did feel like it turned into a juggernaut by that point. And then ending with me and Kristen, that was the final thing we shot. It was like, “Ah yeah, Edward and Bella, off into the sunset.” (Laughs).

Without giving too much away about the battle, what was that like to actually film? That’s certainly a bigger, more epic moment than what we’ve seen in any of the previous ‘Twilight’ movies. Did you do extra physical training for that?

Robert Pattinson: Yeah. I’d read that in the script before I read the book, so when it got to that moment I was thinking, “What?! Ok, you’re really going for it.” But it was crazy, just turning up – it felt like a vampire movie (laughs). But no, it was definitely exciting shooting that. Training wise, not really, and we were doing a lot of the choreography kind of on the fly – because people kept getting injured, so we kept having to change it (laughs). But it was fun. There was one massive shot, there’s like a 70 foot jump into a punch, that was pretty fun to shoot.

How was it working with Bill Condon on the final two movies?

Robert Pattinson: It was insanely different to work with Bill Condon, he’s not only sympathetic to actors but he’s also a great writer as well. He did a lot of work on the script for like three weeks before we started shooting. He also kept his cool the entire time, which is very difficult on a really long and quite hard shoot – filming two movies in one swoop. Bill’s great though, he really made us feel like we were a part of the creative process.

Its been an incredible journey for you with these films, and I’m sure you’ve been asked this for the last two years now, but how’s it like now, with everything – promotion, premiers, interviews – set to be completed in the next few weeks?

Robert Pattinson: It’s definitely going to be strange in a few weeks when its all gone – until the DVD release (laughs). People have been asking for ages how I would feel when it would be over, but I never really knew. Then suddenly seeing the time frame getting smaller and smaller, it is slightly worrying (laughs). I still don’t know! I don’t think I’ve ever felt more completely bewildered, knowing that I only have a few more weeks of ‘Twilight’ stuff left to do.

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Kristen Stewart Weighs In On Bella’s Transformation in ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2′

29 November 2012 11:57 PM, PST

Kristen Stewart gave a great interview to Flicks and Bits, where she weighed in on Bella’s transformation, how she felt to finally portray Bella as a vampire and her favourite part of filming in ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2′.… Read the rest

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New Poster and Trailer for ‘The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones’ with Jamie Campbell Bower

29 November 2012 10:41 PM, PST

Jamie Campbell Bower’s never had an enormous role in the Twilight Saga, as Caius, the ultra crabby one in the trio of Volturi lords. All that’s about to change in Jamie’s newest movie, The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. Jamie plays a central role this time around, as Jace, a young Shadowhunter in New York. Check out the latest poster and teaser trailer below:

Synopsis:

Set in contemporary New York City, a seemingly ordinary teenager, Clary Fray (Lily Collins), discovers she is the descendant of a line of Shadowhunters, a secret cadre of young half-angel warriors locked in an ancient battle to protect our world from demons. After the disappearance of her mother (Lena Headey), Clary must join forces with a group of Shadowhunters, who introduce her to a dangerous alternate New York called Downworld, filled with demons, warlocks, vampires, werewolves and other deadly creatures. Based on the worldwide best-selling book series.

See more on the official movie site here or check out the author – Cassandra Clare’s – site here. »


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Stephenie Meyer Describes her Movie Process for ‘The Twilight Saga’ and ‘The Host’

29 November 2012 10:20 PM, PST

The Hollywood Reporter has gone ahead and made their very own first list of Hollywood’s 25 Most Powerful Authors, and Stephenie Meyer made their list at #10. Stephenie sat down with THR and described what life was life for her through the entire Twilight Saga movie process, from when she had no control over any casting, to when she was making those same decisions as a producer on Breaking Dawn. Stephenie goes on to talk about The Host, and what differences she definitely expects to see with fans this time around, as well as what shapes her to write in her personal life. Below you can see a small snippet from the interview concerning Stephenie’s thoughts on her writing, her relationship with screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg, and what she has to say about the famous Breaking Dawn – Part 2 change:

The Hollywood Reporter: What do you think it is about your writing that resonates with Hollywood and attracts the attention of filmmakers?

Stephenie Meyer: You know, I have no idea why it resonates with anyone except for myself. I know it makes me happy. I feel like a lot of the appeal for Hollywood now is the crazy fan base who have made this so successful. Obviously Hollywood is always trying to tap into whatever they think is gonna be lucrative, but with the first one, someone just responded to the story they saw potential there, which was cool. We got lucky where with Catherine Hardwicke, she really wanted to make it like the book. There was an original script before we were with Summit that was so completely bizarrely different.

THR: Did you develop a relationship with Melissa Rosenberg, the Twilight screenwriter?

Sm: Oh yeah, Melissa and I have been working on the scripts for a really long time. She’s great. You know, one thing about Melissa is she’s very collaborative. If you say, ‘Ah Melissa I really would love…’ she’ll be like, ‘Oh yeah,’ or she’ll say, ‘Stephenie, the movie’s gonna be two hours long. We can’t add anymore.’ She’s great to work with because she doesn’t have a problem changing things and evolving and discussing.

THR: Is the twist at the end of Breaking Dawn something you’re happy about?

Sm: It’s something I came up with. Melissa and I together sat down and said, ‘Ok, how do we do this book?’ There were some points like, it’s really long, are we going to do two books or are we going to do one? That was one that she ended up making the decision on. She laid it out and said, ‘There’s no way we’re fitting this in.’ Then it was like the end, because we knew that they were going to want some action in the end, so we came up with a way to do that that was organic to the book and I don’t have a problem with it. We felt like, ‘This totally makes sense, let’s go.’ I don’t think it actually jumps off the page that far. In a way, it’s sort of in the book, we just don’t get to see it because we only see Bella’s perspective. It’ll all make sense.

THR: Which of your books was the most difficult to adapt to film?

Sm: I think Breaking Dawn was probably the trickiest one, but I think that New Moon had the potential to be, since it’s the hardest of the books to get through. It’s about depression. It’s about being inside the head of a very depressed and messed up person, and that’s not easy, but [New Moon director] Chris Weitz was just really, really good. He was able to kind of see it in a very beautiful and old school Hollywood way, which was amazing. So, well done, Chris!

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New ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2′ TV Spot – “Love”

29 November 2012 6:45 PM, PST

Yes it’s true that The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 has been open for awhile already, but can you ever really get enough of those TV spots?… Read the rest

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Kellan Lutz and Nikki Reed Give Some Thoughts on ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2′

29 November 2012 6:32 PM, PST

Kellan Lutz and Nikki Reed are together in a great new interview on Breaking Dawn – Part 2 that they did for Flicks and Bits.… Read the rest

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Bill Condon Thanks Fans for Making ‘Twilight’ Home

28 November 2012 9:22 PM, PST

Just a couple weeks after a phenomenal Us premiere of Breaking Dawn – Part 2, Bill Condon took to the official Twilight Facebook page to connect with fans and express his very heartfelt thanks for everything over the past couple of years, as well as thanking fans for making Twilight home.… Read the rest

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Melissa Rosenberg on How ‘Twilight’ has Changed Hollywood

26 November 2012 10:06 PM, PST

Melissa Rosenberg discusses many things in her new article for Women and Hollywood at IndieWire, including way back to the beginning of The Twilight Saga and how she got the job of writing Twilight, her production company, and hos she feels Hollywood has changed after Twilight took over.… Read the rest

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Charlie Bewley to Guest-Star on ‘Vampire Diaries’

26 November 2012 9:48 PM, PST

TV Guide has some excellent news for one of Ta’s favorite Twilight Saga actors, Charlie Bewley. It looks like Charlie will be a guest-star on the hit CW network, The Vampire Diaries. Right now few details are being leaked on Charlie’s new role, except that he’s tough and rugged. Read more below:

Camille Guaty and Charlie Bewley will guest-star in at least two episodes of The Vampire Diaries, TVGuide.com has learned.

Bewley, who portrayed vampire Demetri in the Twilight films, will play Vaughn. Details about his role — other than he’s tough and rugged — are being kept under wraps, but considering Klaus (Joseph Morgan) & Co. are in search of the vampire hunters, we’re guessing (and hoping!) he’ll be one of The Five they’ve been seeking.

Both actors will first appear in Episode 13, with the potential to return for more. Do you think the new additions are good or bad news?

Read the full story over at TV Guide here.

Woo-hoo! Go Charlie, we’ll be rooting for you!

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‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2′ Holds on to #1 through the Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend

25 November 2012 10:57 PM, PST

Breaking Dawn – Part 2 didn’t just hold onto the number one spot on the movie charts all through the long Thanksgiving holiday weekend in the Us, it also dominated almost all of the international markets as well.… Read the rest

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