Monthly Archives: August 2009

Robert Pattinson Can Really Sing!

Well DUH! Is all I can say… where has everyone else been? According to singer Sia via her Twitter, Robert Pattinson is a good singer. WHO KNEW?! LOL.. Well if she listened to the Twilight soundtrack she would know. I’m glad Rob is getting some exposure in the music world though… cause it is seriously lacking these days.



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Kiowa Gordon Now On Twitter!

Kiowa Gordon Aka Mr. Embry Call has officially joined Twitter. So be sure to follow him and say hello and welcome!


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Us Weekly: The Sexy Stars Of New Moon

The editors of Us Weekly have pulled together another special, limited edition magazine completely dedicated to the Sexy Stars of Twilight’s sequel, New Moon! Inside, you’ll find 128 pages of pictures and posters featuring all the stars, including Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and the series’ newest heartthrob, Taylor Lautner. Go inside the lives and behind the scenes with your favorite stars.

To Pre-Order your copy click here

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New Rob Pattinson ‘Premiere’ Photo

We already got a peek at Robert Pattinsonon the cover of France’s Premiere magazine, and here’s a look at a few more photos from inside the issue. There are images from New Moon as well, which come right on the heels of our introduction to the Volturi last week.

Rob did a little press for the upcoming film in the Twilight series a few months ago, but now he’s all about reporting to the setof Eclipse — that is, when he’s not out on the town with his cast mates.


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Fandango Talks ‘New Moon’ and Fall Movies

Hollywood might be telling its own life story this fall, presenting a lineup of liars, phonies, smooth talkers, bloodsuckers and greedy old men.

Granted, there are heroes in the mix, including Robert Downey Jr. as the great detective in “Sherlock Holmes” and Morgan Freeman as Nelson Mandela in Clint Eastwood’s post-apartheid drama “Invictus.”

Beloved literature and storybook adventures come to the screen with Maurice Sendak’s children’s classic “Where the Wild Things Are,” Disney’s animated fairy tale “The Princess and the Frog” and “Lord of the Rings” filmmaker Peter Jackson’s adaptation of modern favorite “The Lovely Bones.”

And audiences will be reunited with absent friends, among them director James Cameron on the sci-fi epic “Avatar,” his first narrative film since “Titanic,” and Woody, Buzz Lightyear and their plaything pals as 3-D versions of “Toy Story” and “Toy Story 2” hit theaters.

Still, rascals, rogues, beasts and baddies abound. Vampires and werewolves form opposing cliques in the season’s supernatural heavyweight, “The Twilight Saga: New Moon,” with Kristen Stewart and Rob Pattinson back for the second chapter of Stephenie Meyer’s vamp-schoolgirl romance.

The vampire-werewolf feud makes for a nice exploration of our own psyches, said “New Moon” director Chris Weitz.

“I suppose they’re the two most relatable human monsters that we can think of. They nicely encapsulate restraint and passion,” Weitz said. “Vampires are cold-blooded, literally, and werewolves are hot-blooded.”

Downey and director Guy Ritchie inject some passion into cold-blooded rationalist Holmes with their Victorian-era crime tale inspired by Arthur Conan Doyle’s detective stories, featuring Jude Law as sidekick Watson.

Holmes “is a weirdo by any standards,” Downey said. “He has dedicated the entirety of his adult life to this one purpose, which is being a consulting detective and knowing things that other people don’t take the time to make it their business to know.

“That said, there’s something kind of bohemian about him. He also has made no effort to cultivate friendships with anybody, because that would be to the exclusion of his prime mover. So he’s trippy.”


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Death Cab For Cutie Want ‘New Moon’ Stars In ‘Equinox’ Video

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At first glance, Death Cab for Cutie might seem like an odd choice to write the first single from the upcoming “New Moon” soundtrack.

After all, unlike Paramore — whose “Decode” kicked off the ultra-successful “Twilight” soundtrack — none of the guys in Death Cab are “Twilight” obsessives. But before you judge too harshly, consider DCFC bassist Nick Harmer: He’s been to Forks, Washington — the sleepy town author Stephenie Meyer set the “Twilight” saga in — and he’s been there for fun.

“Oh yeah, I’ve been there a bunch. And I went before it was the place from the ‘Twilight’ books. It’s definitely one of those Northwest towns you hit once or twice, and it’s awesome she chose to set the novels there,” Harmer told MTV News. “It’s part of your trip through [Washington’s] peninsula. There’s not a lot of civilization out on the coast — I’m not being disrespectful, there are no giant cities out there — it’s just towns, and you stop at all of them to see what they’re all about.”

Harmer knows a thing or two about Forks (for the record, he says it’s “very nice” there), and he used that knowledge to help his Death Cab mates pen “Meet Me on the Equinox.” The song will debut on on Sunday, September 13, the day of the MTV Video Music Awards. It’s a song the band would’ve been endlessly proud of even if it didn’t get picked to be the lead single from the “New Moon” soundtrack (which hits stores October 20).

“We wanted to record a song that we loved and we would use on an album or anywhere and submit it to this process, and if they passed on it — if they were like, ‘Hey, you know what? This isn’t quite right for us, thanks a lot for trying’ — we’d still have a song out that we’d be proud of, that we could put somewhere else. For us, it was a no-lose situation,” Harmer explained. “What was most important for us was to get the material right first … and it tied into these films, especially ‘New Moon,’ because if you strip away all the vampirism and the werewolves and the Northwest and everything, basically, the ‘Twilight’ series is just a big romance novel. It’s a big story about love, and that’s a major theme for us.”

And as luck would have it, the tune did get picked, which means Death Cab are now gearing up to shoot a video for the song (they’ll film it later this week in Toronto). And though details about the clip are still slim, Harmer seems to be onto something with his idea — one that will no doubt endear him even further to “Twilight” fans.

“The safe route would be to go with the straight performance video, like that Paramore video. But I don’t think we’re going to be outside in the woods … you know, been there, done that. I don’t think we’re going to try to cut a narrative in where we’re all dressed up like vampires running around with fake teeth in,” he laughed. “I’m of the mind-set that the more Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner you can throw in the video, the more popular the video is going to be. Nobody wants to look at us, so we’ll probably be standing in the shadows.”


I actually really like Death Cab they have a very mellow somber sound which is sometimes nice to listen to.

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Eclipse Set Pictures and Arrivals Part 2



We normally don’t get very may pictures of Sarah Clarke, who plays Bella Swan’s mother Renee Dwyer.

Sarah is in town to film the scene where Bella and Edward visits Bella’s mom in ‘Florida’.

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Peter Facinelli arrived back in Vancouver today after attending a charity event in Portland. He visited the Doernbecher Children’s hospital. After his visit with sick children, he visited the  Jantzen Beach SuperCenter  for a meet and greet with fans. In only 4 hours of signing autographs he raised $5000 for the sick children at Doernbecher Hospital. Not only did he raise that money, he matched it with another $5000! The hospital received $10,000 due to everyone’s effort that weekend. What a great man!

Eclipse mother and daughter duo, Nikki Reed (Rosalie) and Elizabeth Reaser (Esme), were seen out again together hitting the gym. They’ve all done a lot of prep for the epic Eclipsefight scene.

Shooting today – Kristen Stewart’s “Bella” with her mom played by Sarah Clarke who arrived yesterday in Vancouver shooting a scene that’s supposed to be “Florida” at abeach house while “Edward” hides inside from sun.

Click Here to view pictures of Bella’s wig and more


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