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Comic Strip:Eclipse Tent Scene!

Here’s a little something on the Eclipse tent scene, found at

http://www.eclipsemovie.org/comic-stripeclipse-tent-scene/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+EclipseMovie+%28Eclipse+Movie%29

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Check out this hilarious comic strip featuring the Eclipse tent scene.  Here’s the translation:

JACOB: Ha Ha but I’m warming up your wife

EDWARD: But it makes me feel sorry for her knowing that you’re nothing but a blanket

JACOB:: Snif…

EDWARD: Nor does direct! Should serve as a wolf and turn fur coat!

OMG lmaooo! Hilarious. Special thanks to Spunk Ransom for the translation.

 

Breaking Dawn Filming Completed of the Swan House, Deconstruction Begins

Here’s an article on Breaking Dawn, found at

http://www.breakingdawnmovie.org/breaking-dawn-filming-completed-of-the-swan-house-desconstruction-begins/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+BreakingDawnMovie+%28Breaking+

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Say it isn’t so! As April grows closer, so does the end of a phenomenon. As we know there isn’t really much Swan residence time in the Breaking Dawn books, so it isn’t any surprise that the house will be deconstructed right away. But it still stings a lot.

At least one Vancouver set location for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn is done: the Swan House. As discussed a week ago, time is running out on production of the two films, and while there are still a few weeks left, filming is evidently complete at the set which served as Charlie Swan (Billy Burke) and Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart)’s home throughout the Twilight Saga. According to her report yesterday, “Today the deconstruction began and it will never be built again.  It took three weeks to build and a few days to take down.

Robert Pattinson In Style Italy Full Interview!

Here’s an interview with Robert Pattinson, found at

http://www.breakingdawnmovie.org/scans-of-robert-pattinson-in-style-italy-cover-full-interview/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+BreakingDawnMovie+%28Breaking+Dawn+Movie%29

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It’s getting close to the release of Water For Elephants and Robert Pattinson is doing many interviews to promote the film. In Style Italy have him on the cover and with his co-stars Reece Witherspoon and the lovely Tia who plays Rosie. Below is the interview from the magazine:

The real prototype of these generational mutations is Rob Pattinson: 24 years old, and Englishman in Hollywood, where he became famous worldwide playing the pale vampire Edward Cullen (and, even before, Cedric Diggory, a model student at Hogwarts in the Harry Potter series). He jokingly admits to be “nothing special, one of those who live in hotels and travel the world”. However, he created a new masculine identity, surprising even for the Facebook sub-culture who’s made him a star via the social network. Today is the eve of an important test for him: his new movie, WFE: he’s the protagonist of a melodramatic film, set in a circus, from the bestselling book by Sara Gruen. […]

Having been labelled as a teen idol, you’re now being tested as a true actor.
I had this chance to act with Cristoph Waltz and I fall in love with Marlena (Reese), his wife. Travelling with the circus, I visit areas of America far from Hollywood. There are dark secrets in this movie, as in life. And there’s this idea of life-saving love, which I believe in. I’m not cheesy, but I have a romantic soul.

Do you get on well with girls?

I grew up with two older sisters, and I have a great respect for women. I hate the lack of prudishness, I get bored when people are ostentatious of their body. Sex and feeling for me walk side-by-side.

Your rock side: people say you spend nights with your friends listening to Tom Waits, Van Morrison and the late Jeff Buckley.

Music is a key aspect of my life. I wish I could play a movie about Buckley, his voice, his songwriting gave me a lot. I’m interested in his creativity, in his existence, even in his death by drowning in 1997, in the Mississippi.

What kind of use do you do of Internet?

A practical use. My favourite movie last year was The Social Network and one day I’d like to work with David Fincher. Everything he does is interesting, and he got the best out of an actor I really admire, Jesse Eisenberg.

Mr. Pattinson, you’re an idol. Who’s yours?

Jack Nicholson. He had a huge career and he always owned his characters. Whereas, in the end, for a lot of people, I am just Edward the vampire and in my life I’m just Robert. We share the same hairstyle. But when I read an entire article about my hair, I laugh my best British laugh.

By the way: what brought you from London to Hollywood?

Difficult work perspectives. I didn’t have great experiences as an actor, I had posed rather awkwardly as a model; then, cinema. In Vanity Fair I was Reese’s son, while in this last movie I’m her lover.

To be honest, not a great curriculum.

No, and I wasn’t even sure if I wanted to be an actor; I had always thought I was going to be a writer or a musician. But then I fell In love with the adventurous aspect of cinema. And I found the discipline, the ethic, and let me tell you, the inner call, which helped me to give a proper structure to my life.

Fame was next, a non-human fame: the vampire. How did Rob Pattinson protect his persona from fans only interested in a celebrity?

I am a cinephile, I’ve always loved cinema. It’s a passion. Cinema has the most important, and the truest communicative task: it makes us dream, it broadens our imagination, and yes, it can help us become better people. I started studying French just because I was interested in the nouvelle vague director Godard. All of this doesn’t make me a “celebrity” even if I later entered the Hollywood system.

How important was your family in your education?

I have a solid family behind me, two sisters, Lizzie is a musician like me; yes I play piano and guitar and I even wrote songs for Twilight. I remain an Englishman, I still remember my days in a public school, the Harrodian, where I wasn’t an extraordinary student, but always curious and open to cultural variety. My family taught me a sense of reality, of duty, the refusal of any kind of hysteria and I’ve never considered myself superior to Americans because I’m from London. I hate every kind of snobbery: it has often racism behind it.

We know very little about your life. As a man and an actor, how would you describe yourself?

My father Richard sold cars for years, my mother works as an agent in the show business. I started acting almost by chance at school and I played in a band. I never asked for too many clothes and shoes, and I’ve never been a social climber and I’ll never be. I read a lot and I still do; my favourites are the Russian writers, Dostoevskij, Nabokov. They make fun of me on set because I’m always reading stuff. Lately I’ve been reading again my favourite English writer, Martin Amis. His books are extraordinary accounts of contemporary life and psychology.

What was the turning point from the status of young actor to superstar?

I came to a point where I said: I’m going to be a professional actor, looking for the origins of my characters, making something real out of this ephemeral job. This will allow me to live the life I want to live, to be active in green politics, to be a citizen of the world. Fame is an handicap, not a privilege, it often complicates things. I try to not fall in the web of top class hotels, first-class flights, designers sending you tons of stuff, thousands of girls everywhere..

Can you resist everything? Can you define yourself by what you refuse? You’re immune to gossip?

My private life is off-limit. I’ve never spoken about my flirts, I’m not a man for short and superficial love affairs. I don’t talk about my relationships with female friends, not to mention how I don’t talk about my relationship with Kristen Stewart, an actress I admire because she’s a real person, and a real actress. It was the chemistry I had with her helped me to get my role in Twilight. I don’t let people take pics of the houses I rented both in New York and London. When I’m in L.A. I live mostly in hotels. You can live very well in the anonymity of a hotel room, especially when you have a piano to play.

How important do you consider your style, the clothes you wear?

I like dressing Calvin Klein, English shoes, Tshirts and comfortable jeans. I’ve always been influenced by James Dean’s look. Yesterday elegance was conformism, today it’s individuality. Maybe we should find a balance.

Memorable travels around the world?

I avoid going on vacation to trendy places, I prefer road trips with friends, like students who choose nice motels, cafes in the depths of America, where a lot of people can’t even recognize me. Simple people who teach me how life is not Twilight. I travel to keep my feet firmly on the ground.

Are you interested in the real world?

I’m still interested into green politics and animals, preferably without paparazzi following me around. I have a dog, my true life companion, that’s never going to be in a photo shoot. This whole animal welfare thing is deeply in my heart: it was a real joy to be able to work with so many different species in WFE. I have a democratic and liberal concept of my life.

Congratulations. But don’t you think this is a super-serious attitude for an actor famous like you?

This is me, just me: I’m not interested in casual relationships, I need to know people, I’m not making an existential statement here: simply, I want a family, with 2 or 3 kids. Not funny? I really wish I could talk to animals more than to people who think they know me just from my movies.

 

Cosmopolis, Cronenberg’s move, is really going to be super-serious, from DeLillo’s novel, a metaphorical trip into America before 9/11.

I portray a contemporary man: ambitions, velleity, subterranean anxiety. Great stuff.

 

Robert Pattinson Confirms Vamp Caesarean In Breaking Dawn

Here’s an interview with Robert Pattinson, found at

http://www.breakingdawnmovie.org/robert-pattinson-confirms-vamp-caesarean-in-breaking-dawn/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+BreakingDawnMovie+%28Breaking+Dawn+Movie%29

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Robert Pattinson talks to Total Film about the scene where his character (Edward) performs a caesarean with his teeth on wife, Bella (Kristen Stewart).

Twihards, rejoice. Robert Pattinson tells Total Film that the scene where his character performs a caesarean with his teeth on wife, Bella (Kristen Stewart), has been filmed for the final part of the Twilight franchise, Breaking Dawn.

He’s currently juggling filming with promotion duties on his new non-vamp flick Water For Elephants, and chatted to TF while in LA.

“Yeah, I’ve done it,” RPattz laughed, “I’ve chewed it, spat it out!”

Though he’s not allowed to give much more away (joking with Ryan Seacrest recently that he gets ‘beaten’ for revealing details), Pattinson promises that Breaking Dawn will be “very different to the other films – more like a horror film.”

“Just some of the source material makes it inevitably more different. It’s completely nuts, the book.”

 

Robert Pattinson Cries B.S. In His #1 MTV Moment

Here’s an article on Robert Pattinson, found at

http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1660167/robert-pattinson-live.jhtml

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Our weeklong celebration of all things Robert Pattinson has almost reached its glorious, OME-laden conclusion with the debut of “MTV First: Robert Pattinson,” our 30-minute conversation with the “Twilight” star. But before the show goes live at 8:56 p.m. ET, we’ve got one more favorite RPattz moment to present — our favorite one of all.

 

 

Previously, we’ve celebrated our first interview with him and Kristen Stewart, the duo’sonstage smooch at the MTV Movie Awards, Rob’s firstappearance at the Oscars and his love for “Twilight”-branded personal lubrication.

So what happened to nab our #1 favorite RPattz moment? Oh, just the time he uncorked a few filthy words during a live MTV News interview.

It all went down last June at the “Eclipse” premiere during our red-carpet live stream. The crowd outside the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles was squealing like mad, and we wanted to know if one rumor could possibly be true: Was Pattinson really looking forward to the moment the “Twilight” franchise would be behind him?

“That was such bullsh–. I am so pissed off!” he said.

But Rob, man, we’re live!

“Oh sh–!” he cried.

That’s not making it better. Oh well, those are the perils and pleasures ofreporting live. And as it turned out, after Pattinson declared that he’d been misquoted about being ready to leave “Twilight” behind, he went on to give us a very thoughtful answer about the prospect of life after the vampire franchise.

“Anyone who says they’re tired of this is completely crazy. If I ever said that, someone should just remind me of what I was doing before: just sitting around doing nothing,” he said, adding, “I love doing the movies. I like all the people. I’ve had a great time on all of them. The cast is great. It’s just weird. It’s become so much a part of my life. It’s like divorcing someone. I guess I’ll see. Maybe it’ll be great. I have no idea.”

 

Robert Pattinson Marvels At ‘Twilight’ Merchandise In His #2 MTV Moment

Here’s an article on Robert Pattinson, found at

http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1660069/robert-pattinson-twilight.jhtml

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What else can we say about Robert Pattinson’s #2 MTV moment other than “glitter lube”?

All week, we’ve been ticking off our favorite RPattz moments as we count down the hours until “MTV First: Robert Pattinson,” a 30-minute conversation in which the 24-year-old actor will be answering your Twitter questions, goes live Friday at 8:56 p.m. ET. We’ve touched on our initial visit to talk to him on set in 2008 and his first trip to the Oscars the next year. Momentous occasions, all. And now, here we are: glitter lube.

 

 

Allow us to explain: As “Twilight” shape-shifted from a wildly popular book series into a global box-office juggernaut,the franchise has branched out into all sorts of ancillary gear: clothing and jewelry lines, board gamesbed sets, Halloween costumes, makeup, posters, dolls, lunch boxes and, well, the list goes on. And on. As in: Pillows? Really?!

So when we caught up with Pattinson in the spring of 2010, while he was promoting “Eclipse,” we wanted to know if there was a piece of merchandise that truly perplexed and entertained him.

“I like the glitter lube stuff. I thought that was really funny,” he said, laughing. “I was just like, ‘I did not sign that! Where is the paper?’ I think, yeah, I’m pretty sure it’s glitter — I think it’s lube.”

Ever the goofball, Rob didn’t leave it there. “I’ve got a dispenser,” he joked. “I just have it on my hands. ‘Yeah, it’s nice to meet you!’ and it’s like, ‘Wow! It works!’ ”

 

Robert Pattinson’s 10 Best MTV Quotes

Here’s an article on Robert Pattinson, found at

http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1659907/robert-pattinson-quotes.jhtml

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Anything could happen during “MTV First: Robert Pattinson,” our live chatwith the “Twilight” star on Friday. He did, after all, once drop two curses in less than two seconds during a live interview with us on the “Eclipse” red carpet. There’s no telling what might pop out of RPattz’s mouth during the live, 30-minute interview.

 

 

Whatever does happen, though, you can count on it being entertaining. In his own kinda awkward, always endearing way, Pattinson has a knack for delivering memorable sound bites. As we count down the days until “MTV First: Robert Pattinson” at 8:56 p.m. ET on Friday, we plucked out our 10 favorite quotes of his, ranging from those strange days when RPattz wasn’t yet a household name to recent comments about a “Breaking Dawn” photo of him in bed with Kristen Stewart.

10. “This is the first time, really, that I’ll be confronted with a bunch of Twilighters. I guess I can see for myself. But I’m kind of nervous about it.” — At Comic-Con in 2008

9. “The worst part is you’ve got to work almost every single day, which is something I’m never going to get used to.” — On the downside of being Edward Cullen, at the Los Angeles premiere of “New Moon”

8. “I didn’t see Taylor until just a little bit before we started shooting. When he came back, I had the same reaction as everybody else. I was like, ‘Jeez, now I have to go to the gym!’ — Speaking to MTV Radio about seeing Taylor Lautner’s pre-“New Moon” physical transformation for the first time

7. “It made me feel really tough, really hard. I don’t think I’ve ever won a fight in my life.” — On winning Best Fight with Cam Gigandet at the 2009 MTV Movie Awards

6. “To be honest, I should’ve been nominated in a few more categories.” — On “New Moon” only receiving five noms at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards

5. “Before ‘Twilight,’ I did any movie that I got [offered], and you’d try and make the best of it afterward. But now you’re expected to come into the movie and provide not only economic viability, but also a performance as well. You can’t just mess around. People are like, ‘We’re employing you to be here, as a star and an actor.’ It’s difficult, and it’s scary.” — On thepressures that come with superstardom.

4. “The idea of kind of doing this big romantic kiss, like Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams did [for ‘The Notebook’], I couldn’t do that. I’d be so embarrassed! So I just thought, ‘We better do something dumb.’ But then Kristen didn’t want to do something dumb!” — On his awkward smooch with KStew while accepting the win for Best Kiss at the 2010 Movie Awards

3. “I love how they release that for the first one. They just give it all away.” — Speaking at the Golden Globes about the publication of a photo ofEdward and Bella in bed on their honeymoon

2. “I like the story about me being pregnant. It was in some Australian magazine, on the front page! I was like, ‘Wow, that’s just [insane].’ And it’s not even ironic. I don’t even think the article [tried to justify it]; it was just a headline. The article was just like, nothing.” — On the strange things he learns when Googling himself

1. “Lot of my crack in it!” — On his onscreen nudity in the upcoming drama, “Bel Ami”

 

Robert Pattinson Wonders Why He’s At The Oscars In His #3 MTV Moment

Here’s an article on Robert Pattinson, found at

http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1659973/robert-pattinson-oscars.jhtml

Robert Pattinson at the 2009 Academy AwardsRobert Pattinson at the 2009 Academy Awards

If you ask us, Robert Pattinson officially arrived in Hollywood when“Twilight” won five Golden Popcorn statues at the 2009 MTV Movie Awards — including RPattz’s nods for Best Kiss, Best Fight and Breakthrough Male Performance. But others might argue his Tinseltown coming-out party occurred a few months earlier.

 

 

In late February ’09, after a weeklong series of rumors had whipped the Twi-nation into a frenzy, Pattinson walked onto an Academy Awards red carpet for the first time. He was not there because he was nominated, but simply because the Academy could not ignore the vampire phenomenon that had ignited the box office — and too many tween hearts to count — the previous fall. It was the biggest night in Hollywood, after all, and its biggest new star just had to be there. Not that he could quite wrap his head around the idea.

“It’s insane,” Pattinson exclaimed when we caught up with him on the carpet. “When they first told me about this, I was like, ‘No, no, no, no, no, you’re joking’ — or ‘I’m going to have to do something really stupid like get gunged!’ ”

Assuming he’d need to get doused with slime to justify an Oscarsappearance, for that reason alone, this awards-season moment deserves to make our countdown of favorite Pattinson moments before the debut of“MTV First: Robert Pattinson” at 8:56 p.m. ET on Friday. But RPattz’s self-deprecating humor aside, it was at the Oscars that his status as the rising young actor in town was solidified.

During the ceremony, he took the stage alongside Amanda Seyfried to present a montage of the year’s romantic films, everything from “Mamma Mia!” to “Revolutionary Road” to, yes, “Twilight.” Yet even though footage from the film that made him a star played at the Oscars, he couldn’t quite believe the situation.

“I’m so surprised that it worked out the way it did,” he told us of becoming a crush-worthy Hollywood presence. “I was thinking the whole time, ‘I don’t really have the personality to fit into that.’ I’m not really afraid of it. I don’t even know how to play up that. I don’t know if I could ever be cast in a heartthrob role, apart from ‘Twilight,’ which I didn’t know was a heartthrob role.”

 

Twilight Books….Banned?!

Here’s an article on the twilight series, found at

http://specials.msn.com/A-List/Lifestyle/Banned-Books.aspx?cp-documentid=27932689&imageindex=10&cp-searchtext=The%20Twilight%20Series&FORM=MSNIIT

The Twilight Series

One of the most popular series of young adult books, these vampire novels have been banned in some schools and libraries in the U.S. and Australia for sexual content and objections to the use of the supernatural.  That hasn’t kept author Stephenie Meyer from appearing on this list.

Find what other books make the list here:

http://specials.msn.com/A-List/Lifestyle/Banned-Books.aspx?cp-documentid=27932689&imageindex=1&cp-searchtext=Banned%20Books&FORM=MSNIIT

 

Robert Pattinson Kisses Kristen Stewart Onstage In His #4 MTV Moment

Here’s another article on Robert Pattinson, found at

http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1659881/robert-pattinson-kristen-stewart-movie-awards-kiss.jhtml

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards

Robert Pattinson later confessed that the kiss “didn’t work,” but there are legions of “Twilight” fans who would surely disagree. That smooch with Kristen Stewart, after all, might just be the closest any fan will ever get to seeing the duo lock lips in a setting where they’re not pretending to be Forks, Washington, lovebirds.

 

 

It all went down at the MTV Movie Awards in June of last year, when Pattinson and Stewart took the stage to accept the Golden Popcorn statue for Best Kiss and ended up, awkwardly and charmingly, kissing onstage. The moment immediately became one of the most memorable in Movie Awards history, so it’s no surprise that it’s also one of our favorite RPattz moments— a top-five list we’re counting down before the debut of “MTV First: Robert Pattinson” this Friday at 8:56 p.m. ET.

To fully understand the kiss, we’ve got to flash back to 2009, when the actors won their first Best Kiss award. Pattinson leaned into the mic and announced that he had to take the gum out of his mouth. He and KStew stared at each other as if readying for a kiss. They closed their eyes, leaned in, brushed noses — but that’s as close as they’d get. “Thank you so much!” Stewart declared, before they scampered backstage.

A year later, they found themselves back onstage, once again accepting the Best Kiss win. “So I guess the thing to do — we’re supposed to kiss each other,” Stewart said. “But to be perfectly honest with you, it takes a lot of smoke and mirrors to make us look good kissing. We don’t want to let you guys down. We’ll give it a shot.”

Much like the year before, they seemed to be teasing the audience with the prospect of a Robsten kiss without actually delivering one. Until they did. And the Twi-verse imploded. That didn’t stop Pattinson from telling us afterward that he wasn’t all that pleased with how things went.

“I had the best ideas last night,” he told us backstage. “And I was telling everyone, ‘Listen, just leave it to me, I’ve got it all under control.’ I was telling everyone all these ideas. I gave them a whole selection and no one thought they were funny, so then we ended up doing something which didn’t work.”

RPattz may not have loved the way things turned out, but the onstage bit they went with sounded a lot better than some of those other ideas of his. “He wanted to be hula-hooping with a match in his mouth, and then he wanted to light a match while I was juggling and he was hula-hooping, and he wanted to put it in my mouth and see if we could make our way over to each other,” Stewart told us later. “It didn’t really make a whole lot of sense to me. I was like, ‘I can’t juggle onstage in shoes. I can barely walk up the stairs.’ “