Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Another great New Moon fanmade trailer! Thanks to www.TwiFans.com
Thank you to Robert Pattinson Australia
You heard right! Alice's yellow porsche is in Italy right now~ Thanks to TwiFans
"Today our forum mods were in Montepulciano and look what they've found: Alice's Yellow Porsche! At the beginning our loved racing car was covered by a grey robe, but our indefatigable facilitator/ moderator, suspicious of the dimensions and by the chromed wheels, have began questioning people around. Mauro Pellegrini the owner of the tow truck, had orders by the production not to uncover the car, but after explaining him who they were to his boss, our heroines have even been invited to remain till the end of the shooting!!
The big man you can see in some pictures is one of the stuntmen. He had an Alice wig, a bandana, a couple of elbow high red gloves, and seemingly from far he actually looked like our loved little vampire/pixie Mauro secretly told us that there are two yellow porsche in Montepulciano, placed in different places of the town. As they were not exactly identical, one had yellow brake pad cover and another had them red, Production was willing to spend to the incredible amount of €5800 PER PIECE to have them all red!!! Luckily they found out a way to paint them, but this episode says a lot on how high is this movie's budget!!! The helicopter we told you about ealier, has kept low-flying whole day long filming aerial of the main square.. The fountain is not finished yet, so probably this was a rehearsal or shooting for the DVD's extra-contents . It also flown over where the porsche was, so probably we'll see some Twilighters on the big screen : our Marghe's car has been filmed by Alice's car!! We are honoured!!"
Would you just look at that smile..?
Robert Pattinson has been interviewed about the New Moon movie and a lot of other goss! Apparently there is only four days left to shoot for New Moon. They've already begun filming for Eclipse in between New Moon shootings. Below are some of the many questions asked. To read the full interview, click here
Robert Pattinson, who soared to global stardom in "Twilight" and has just committed to a screen adaptation of the fourth installment in Stephenie Meyer's best-selling series, is more than just a pretty face. The actor, who didn't go to acting school, talks to The Hollywood Reporter U.K. Bureau Chief Stuart Kemp in Cannes about how long it might take to fall in love, why he doesn't care who directs him as long as it's a good script and losing his car
THR: Let's talk about "Twilight." There are four books. Is the plan for you to do them all?
Pattinson: I have committed to the fourth one, "Breaking Dawn." But I don't know quite when Summit is going to shoot it because of my schedule.
THR: How is the script for "New Moon" different from the second book?
Pattinson: It kind of plays relatively close to it. I would still describe it as being a sort of supporting role (to Bella's story). I think it would have been a bit cheesy if it had just stayed as a voiceover part as my character is a voice in her head in the second book. They've shot these hallucination bits of the film. You're playing a figment of Bella's imagination and I was trying to do it in a really 2-D kind of way. I hope it doesn't come out flat and boring (laughs).
THR: What's the schedule for "New Moon"?
Pattinson: We've got four days left on the shoot for this. I'm going to Italy for the remaining days of the shoot.
Pattinson: Then I'm going straight into filming (the relationship drama) "Remember Me," then have just three days off before going back to finishing up the third instalment in the "Twilight" series, "Eclipse." After that I am doing a film "Unbound Captives." I can't say much about that but I know the script needs me to learn Comanche! Maybe it'll be like in "Dances With Wolves!" My part is entirely in Comanche, ha ha.
THR: You've been shooting sequences from the second and third in the "Twilight" franchise at the same time. Is that harder for an actor than doing separate films?
Pattinson: Not really. We will just shoot the Vancouver bits (for 'Eclipse`') and then "Moon" is out later this year.
THR: Did the huge global success of "Twilight" affect you as an actor?
Pattinson: I prefer to do nothing than something stupid. I feel there's so much pressure because of this idea of career. It's a little worrying. It made so much money that now you get judged not by how good the film is but how much money the film your in is making. That's the scary thing now.
So Robert Pattinson confirmed his role, which means there WILL be a Breaking Dawn movie! Now I just found out that it might not be released until Summer 2011 - which seems like FOREVER! It's due to the tight schedule.
Check out all the info here
In what should be a surprise to no one, The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that there will be a film adaptation of the fourth (and so far, final) book in the Twilight saga, Breaking Dawn. Apparently, star Robert Pattinson has confirmed that he'll be returning for the film, which doesn't yet have a date, but with New Moon coming out this fall and Eclipse next summer, Breaking Dawn likely won't hit screens until summer 2011.