5 items from 2011
[flv custom_thumbnail="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=giLBQsQ7Yas1323545462542" width="600" height="350"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=giLBQsQ7Yas[/flv] Rob opens up about the long shoots that would leave him totally drained -- we feel so bad for him! Robert Pattinson loves Breaking Dawn, but he says it was a huge challenge to film -- fans will be shocked! Rob, 25, worked harder than anyone could ever imagine, he tells Ireland Am. "It was such a long shoot," Rob said. "It was hard. We were doing six day weeks with 15-hour days for months and months and months." Do You feel bad for Rob, HollywoodLifers? -- William Earl More 'Breaking Dawn:' Robert Pattinson Would Love To Do Another ‘Twilight’ Movie Kristen Stewart: Topless In New ‘Breaking Dawn’ Pic Robert Pattinson: Why ‘Breaking Dawn’ Sex Was ‘Fun’ »
- William Earl
[flv custom_thumbnail="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=giLBQsQ7Yas1323545462542" width="600" height="350"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=giLBQsQ7Yas[/flv] Even though he said goodbye to Edward in 'Breaking Dawn,' Rob admits he would absolutely be willing to star in a New chapter! The Twilight movies were a life-changing experience for Robert Pattinson, and even though Breaking Dawn completes the series, he says he'd be willing to star as Edward again! Rob, 25, would absolutely advocate for another chapter in the series, he tells Ireland Am. "I'd prefer to do a sequel," he said. "After Breaking Dawn, the craziness that would be the one after...where Edward and Bella get divorced and Jacob gets her pregnant!" Do You think there should be more Twilight stories, HollywoodLifers? -- William Earl More 'Breaking Dawn:' Robert Pattinson: Kristen Stewart Was Stressed At ‘Breaking Dawn’ Wedding Kristen Stewart: Topless In New ‘Breaking Dawn’ Pic Robert Pattinson: Why ‘Breaking Dawn’ Sex Was ‘Fun’ [polldaddy poll=5748249] »
- William Earl
Breakfast duo to 'focus on peak-time commitments', says ITV1
The departing Daybreak presenters are understood to have been in talks with ITV to sort out their future with the broadcaster since last weekend, when news leaked that they were leaving the ITV1 breakfast show.
Chiles and Bleakley joined ITV last year from the BBC on exclusive deals reportedly worth a combined £10m amid much fanfare about their leading role in Daybreak, which replaced GMTV as ITV1's breakfast programme in September 2010.
ITV said that it has reached mutual agreements with Chiles and Bleakley that will see them give up their Daybreak roles "later this year" and instead fulfil their contractual obligations on other "peak-time commitments with ITV1".
Chiles's main priority will now be his role as the anchor of ITV's football »
Sky News man 'would like to be in the frame' for ITV breakfast show, but co-host frontrunner Natasha Kaplinksy less interested
Sky News presenter Eamonn Holmes has admitted he would "like to be in the frame" for a presenting job on Daybreak, although ITV newsreader Natasha Kaplinsky has distanced herself from taking over as a co-host of the ITV1 breakfast show.
The former BBC presenter, now working for ITV News, has a close working relationship with incoming Daybreak editor David Kermode – he was editor of 5 News when Kaplinsky was anchor – and helped make her a firm frontrunner to takeover from Bleakley.
However, a spokeswoman for Kaplinsky has all but ruled her out, saying that she has done her "fair »
- Mark Sweney
Irish presenter Laura Woods will join the presenting team on TV3's flagship morning show 'Ireland Am'. Woods, who has previously fronted series such as Rte Two's 'The Café' and the Sunday morning show 'S.M.S', will join Mark Cagney & co. on the 'Ireland Am' sofas whilst regular Anna Daly takes maternity leave. Most recently she was seen 'The National Lottery Show' on Rte One. »
5 items from 2011
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