Sunday, July 5, 2009
Robert, 23, plays dreamy vampire Edward Cullen in the hit film series, and has made some revelations on "The Twilight Saga: New Moon".
Talking about the new flick, he said: "It's based on a mixtures of memories and nightmares and there are a lot of surreal elements. Bella has basically gone nuts…" Actress Kristen Stewart plays vampire Edward’s human love interest, Bella Swan, in the upcoming film.
He added: “I get to do some really creepy stuff. It's really, really different than Twilight. Looking at the storyboards I think that a lot of people will actually be kind of scared in this one. In Twilight, I couldn't really find a way to make Edward scary. I think this one is a lot more psychological."
New Moon Cullen family mom Elizabeth Reaser had a photoshoot with Vogue Magazine, Lion & Lamb Love has some new outtakes from the lush photoset.
“The Twilight Saga: Eclipse,” is scheduled to begin production on August 17th and film thru October 31st at Vancouver Film Studios.
It has been a while since the last time I posted anything—I hope everyone is
doing well. I just wanted to bring your attention to a couple of things.
First, in case you didn’t see it, New Moon: The Complete Illustrated Movie Companion is already available for pre-order (even though the cover art has not been released). For those of you who haven’t seen the Twilight Companion, it is filled with high-quality images and behind-the-scenes information. Please note that
Stephenie does not write these books, but I really enjoyed the first one.
Also, Random House (the company who produces the Twilight audiobooks) is
hosting another contest through their subsidiary suvudu.com. They will be
giving away the entire Twilight series on audio books (you must be a resident of
the United States and 18 years of age or older to enter). Please note that this
contest is not at all affiliated with StephenieMeyer.com, although I do enjoy
listening to the audio books.
Twilight star Kristen Stewart will reportedly star in a raunchy pash fest with co-star Dakota Fanning in an upcoming flick.
According to sources, Stewart will have a lesbian kissing scene with 15-year-old Dakota Fanning in The Runaways.
Stewart has said of her co-star: "Dakota's very controlled and poised. She’s going to have to lose herself in this because it's pretty heavy."
The movie follows the life and times of 70s all-girl punk band The Runaways, who hung out with classic punk deviants like The Ramones, Blondie and the Sex Pistols.
Somehow we think you’re gonna see a brand new side of both girls in this one.
Check out the rest of the pics or Kristen and Dakota at SocialiteLife. There are also some pics at LaineyGossip.
New Moon hunk Kellan Lutz has a new photoshoot for Social Life Magazine, for which he’ll be hosting a July 4th Party. OK Magazine has a new interview with Kellan along with some new pics from the shoot–
What is your typical day like on the set of New Moon, the sequel to
New Moon was a very relaxed film to work on and it all starts with
how easy going director Chris Wietz is. That vibe rolls down to the crew and
actors. It makes it so easy when we’ve all worked together before. Everything
was so well organized, making it easy for the actors to do our job. We had more
time to just laugh and make jokes and hang out; it’s important to have a cast
that gels the way we do and you’ll see that more in the second film.
The entire cast of Twilight and New Moon has gone from Hollywood new faces to overnight international sensations – has that been a bonding experience for all of you?
It’s amazing what Twilight has done for the cast! It has opened up
so many doors for us all. It is such a blessing to be a part of the phenomenon
that is Twilight. It’s a dream come true! We are all very close and stay close
on set as well as off. We play board games, go out to dinner and just hang out.
It’s amazing to be able to work with such a talented group of actors.
According to Ashley Greene, Breaking Dawn will be filming soon after Eclipse–
“We’re going to start right after Eclipse,” says Ash.
So will we see any repeat directors for the fourth film?
“I don’t think so,” says Ms. Greene. “[Eclipse director] David [Slade] and [New Moon director] Chris [Weitz] will both be busy in post-production, and Catherine [Hardwicke] will be doing Hamlet.”
It doesn’t come as much a surprise that they’ll be pumping out the series as fast as they can make ‘em, but it’s still great to get confirmation. Read more about Breaking Dawn at E!