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11:54 a.m. Is this the movie Edward and Jacob begin to become friends? “We’ve always had that relationship,” Lautner cracks. “It’s always been this complicated triangle and now it’s a square,” Lautner says. Stewart prefers to call it “A perfect circle.”
11:55 a.m. Is it bittersweet to be done? “If you told me tomorrow that we have to reshoot some scene… I would start vibrating, because I really enjoy living in this world,” Stewart says. “Even though it’s kind of a bummer to walk away, I look back on it with such fondness,” Stewart adds.
11:57 p.m. Pattinson can’t figure out how to talk into the mic…
11:57 a.m. How have their lives changed? “You start a project to finish it. It’s the really charged experience,” Stewart says. “Maybe it just affirmed my ideas of why I like to do what I do,” Stewart says, adding that her mind has been changed about the ability to do creative work without only doing indies.
11:58 a.m. Do they remember their first impressions of meeting each other? Meyer remembers it as “one of the most bizarre experiences of my life,” comparing it to meeting her imaginary friends. “It was exciting, because they all looked awesome,” she adds. “I liked his pants,” Stewart says of Pattinson. She laughs. “You were a kid when I met you,” she says, looking at Taylor. “Sometimes you meet people and you’re like ‘We should make stuff together. We can do good,’” Stewart adds. The men don’t answer.
12:00 p.m. What was the one new thing they discovered about each other? Meyer loved seeing Kristen as “The New Bella.” Lautner agrees. “Now she’s all of a sudden transformed herself into this sleek, sexy vampire,” Lauter says. “Getting to see Bella so powerful was like a dream for me,” Meyer says. Stewart agrees that she loved breaking New Bella in and seeing what she could do.
12:03 p.m. Pattinson is asks about the similarities between him and Edward. He struggles to answer. “I really can’t tell anymore,” he says. Pattinson recalls meeting Meyer for the first time and arguing with Meyer over what Edward thinks and feels. “There are certain things where you don’t know if it’s *you* thinking,” Pattinson says.
12:04 p.m. What are their thoughts on “rebooting” the franchise. “I think it would be amazing. I would love to say that,” Pattinson. “I pity the person who takes over my part,” Pattinson cracks. Stewart says that the ending is satisfying and sweet and ideal and it doesn’t sound like she’s in favor of a reboot. “I would be open to the idea. I’d be curious to see what it is,” Stewart adds. Meyer says maybe in 20 years and, but she adds, “It would be interesting, but it would be so hard.” Pattinson asks what Meyer would write. “Bella’s story is definitely told. It’s final,” Meyer adds. Pattinson envisions a “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” showdown between Bella and Edward. “I could totally rip your head off,” Stewart laughs.
12:07 p.m. Pattinson is asked to compare Comic-Con when he first came to now. “The first one was genuinely frightening,” Pattinson says. “But you get used to it surprisingly quickly,” he adds. He compares Comic-Con to one of the big premieres, but he notes that there’s an element of “show” to Comic-Con. There’s some back-and-forth. Read more…
The 45th annual Comic-Con International is upon us! For those who won’t be making the pilgrimage to San Diego for the action-packed pop culture convention full of panels and events celebrating the biggest stars in comics, genre movies and television series, MTV News has got you covered.
We are pleased to announce that we will be taking you to the center of everything with our Comic-Con takeover with three live-stream broadcasts on Thursday (July 12), Friday (July 13) and Saturday (July 14) at 1 p.m. ET/ 10 a.m. PT, hosted by MTV News’ Josh Horowitz.
We’re kicking off our coverage on Thursday with a two-hour show dedicated to “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2.” Tune into MTV.com at 1 p.m. ET/ 10 a.m. PT for a veritable feast of “Twilight” goodness that will feature exclusive live interviews with the film’s superstars Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner, as well as Mackenzie Foy, Elizabeth Reaser, Peter Facinelli, Kellan Lutz, Ashley Greene, Nikki Reed and Jackson Rathbone. We’ll also be on the ground reporting from the “Breaking Dawn” panel and bringing you all the other tidbits associated with the film’s Comic-Con events.
I’ve added new scans of “Breaking Dawn: Part 2″ 2012 – 2013 calendar to the gallery. Hopefully they will release more scans from the calendar soon!
It seems that “Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2” star Robert Pattinson will not be playing the part of Christian Grey in E.L. James’ “Fifty Shades of Grey” movie adaptation.
In latest “Fifty Shades” news this week, British author E.L. James has just confirmed that she will rule out Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson to be cast as the respective roles of Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey. According to a press release from “Celebuzz” this Thursday afternoon, the author stated it would be “weird” to have play Christian and Ana in the film.
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart of ‘Twilight’ not to star in roles in ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’
From the striking billionaire Christian Grey to the innocent and beautiful Anastasia Steele, fans of the bestselling “Fifty Shades” trilogy have been more than excited to see who will be cast in the movie adaptation of the racy novel.
According to “Celebuzz” this week, the British writer reported in a recent interview about the casting of Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele. In answer to a question as to whether the Pattinson and Stewart couple—who play Edward and Bella Cullen in “Twilight” and whose characters served as ideas for the initial fan fiction of “Fifty Shades of Grey”—James gave a confirmed answer. Read more…
Robert Pattinson has confessed that he was shocked by the sheer number of sex scenes he had to film for Cosmopolis.
Robert told a press conference in Berlin that he not properly prepared for the love scenes in the movie.
He said: “Half of the sex scenes was not planned to be sex scenes.
“They should take place after the sex.
“The script said: `They just had sex,’ but [director] David Cronenberg said on the day: `You have sex now.’
“All my preparations, all the work and the huge dialogue scenes that I’ve thought about, I could throw away.” Read more…
WirtschaftsWoche: Thanks to the “Twilight” movies you’re one of the big earners in the movie industry.
But you have sufficient available financial resources to invest. What principles do you follow?
Real estate is still a reasonable investment.
Appropriately,you’re now playing an finance genius in your new movie “Cosmopolis” . Were you aware of the relevance of this story?
I’ve just seen your movie.
It’s really crazy.
It’s definitely no teenage movie.
In the movie there are many nude scenes. You have much sex with many different women. How was that?
Has you girlfriend Kristen seen the movie?
How did you prepare her for all these scenes with all these different women?
When did you decide to make your realtionship official?
He could have a huge ego. British actor Robert Pattnson is one of the highest paid in Hollywood – just in the last year, he earned $26,5M according to Forbes. The blue eyed guy has a legion of rabid fans, that follow him everywhere, and to add to that, he has been getting offers from acclaimed filmmakers. An example is the Canadian David Cronenberg, that directed him in Cosmopolis – the movie was in competition for the Palm D’Or in Cannes and will be released in Brazil in August. In person, however, Pattinson surprises for his humility and sense of humor. “All of a sudden, I left a ridiculous £500 paycheck and became a Hollywood star. And all of that happened without me proving anything.” jokes the actor, that became famous all over the world with the Twilight saga, which started in 2008 and has made since then $2.5 billions.
Even after beating more that 3000 candidates for the part of the vampire Edward Cullen, Pattinson is the first to admit that the character never “demanded much effort”. “The screenwriters did the best they could, but there isn’t a lot to do when the guy never changes” says the actor, a lot more excited about what the movies brought to his life than making them. “I know that I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for Twilight. But from now on I want to overcome my insecurities as an actor, even if it means to take risks and make mistakes.” Read more…