Better get ready, Katycats, because our favorite ‘California’ girl Katy Perry is gearing up for new stuff!
It’s moving day for Twilight hunk RPatz!
This time RPatz made sure there was no baseball cap left behind for KStew to wear backwards whenever she’s out getting snapped by the paps.
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The stars are out at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson are still together, though rumoured to be on the outs- the two have been spotted and frequently photographed together.
The recent pic was taken at a Los Angeles karaoke bar on Tuesday night.
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Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are back together- in time for the latest Twilight movie- and for real!?
Posted by Chris Franklin as Movie News at 11:44 PM EST on Aug, 03 2010
If you were already pissed off that Twlight: Breaking Dawn, was being broken down into two parts (it’s one book), you really won’t like learning that those two parts will be released almost one year to the date apart from each other.
Summit Entertainment announced today that Part 1 will be released on November 18th, 2011 while Part 2 will reach theaters on November 16th, 2012.
The two part film is finishing up general production in Canada this coming fall and it will see all of the films main actors returning, a cast that includes Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner.
Twilight: Eclipse is still showing in some theaters and since June it has earned more than $288 million.
Posted by Peter "Paparazzi" Fielder as Celebrities at 10:24 AM EST on Jul, 05 2010
According to industry insiders, the studios is paying each of the central characters $25 million for their roles. Each actor will also receive 7.5% of the films gross, a number that could push their salaries just over the $40 million mark.
The large pay days shouldn’t come as a surprise as The Twilight Saga: Eclipse has already taken in $161 in domestic box office earnings since debuting on June 30.
Posted by Chris Franklin as Movie News at 4:32 PM EST on Jun, 30 2010
The previous Twilight movie New Moon took in $26.3 million when it arrived in November 2009.
Posted by Chris Franklin as Celebrities at 3:09 PM EST on Jun, 29 2010
I’m not a big fan of redheads but I have to admit Stewart looks damn good with her hair colored. In fact in the picture shown above she doesn’t look so pissed and frumpy, a look that has been her staple ever since appearing in Adventureland.
Stewart debuted her new look for the first time on the Late Show with David Letterman on Monday.
It’s officially out today, so Twilight fans are probably in line at the video stores or waiting by their mailbox for the New Moon DVD. Some die-hard fans aren’t exactly excited to watch the movie all over again. They’re in it for the bonus DVD, where they can view behind-the-scenes clips, deleted scenes, never-before-seen red carpet footage, and much more.
Here are some documentary clips that fans are looking forward to watching:
Too many mosquitoes. During that scene in the forest where Edward tells Bella that he will never see her again, there were so many mosquitoes. Director Chris Weitz says he certainly couldn’t show a mosquito landing on a vampire’s nose, “sucking blood from the apparently bloodless Edward,” so they filmed many, many takes.
Shirtless in the cold. Taylor Lautner’s character Jacob supposedly has a temperature of 108 degrees, so he’s not supposed to get cold. A shirtless Taylor had to act like he wasn’t freezing under the rain, but as soon as the director yells “cut!” he would run to warm up under a parka.
Stunt doubles outnumbered the main cast. They were everywhere—getting beat up by Volturi, jumping into a cliff, etc.
The Runaways had its red carpet premiere last Tuesday at The Arclight Theaters in Hollywood, California. It was a cool moment in rock ‘n roll history when lead actresses Dakota Fanning and Kristen Stewart ran into real-life Runaways Joan Jett and Cherie Currie.
Dakota and Kristen play Joan and Cherie respectively in the ’70s biopic of their all-girl rock band The Runaways. Fans are looking forward to Dakota’s mature role and her onscreen kiss with rebel Kristen.
Although the PG kind is worried about the movie’s sexual, druggie, and wild partying themes, I say nay to the critics! The ’70s was an iconic time in history when rock ‘n roll was in its purest form—way before the pop kind tainted it with bubblegum and candy.
Two days to go before it’s out for public consumption!
Posted by Kate Alvarez as Anna Kendrick, Cameron Diaz, Carey Mulligan, Demi Moore, Diane Kruger, Elizabeth Banks, Jennifer Lopez, Kristen Stewart, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Oscars, Rachel McAdams, Vera Formiga at 10:00 AM EST on Mar, 08 2010
The stars usually save their best threads for the biggest awards show of the year—The Academy Awards. See which women stood out in the Oscar 2010 red carpet.
It’s great to see actresses stay away from solid-hued dresses for change. Maggie Gyllenhaal, who was nominated for Best Supporting Actress, wore a brushstroke-print Dries Van Noten gown accessorized with vintage Fred Leighton jewels.
Presenter Kristen Stewart surprised red carpet critics with her feminine custom-made dress. This Monique Lhuillier navy trumpet gown was a refreshing change from Kristen’s usually boyish/rocker outfits.
Call me a fan. Call me overexcited. Call me a flower child wannabe; I don’t care. March 19 is too far away and I cannot wait to see The Runaways. I’ve raved about it for the past few weeks, and like most overindulgent fans, my heart rate speeds up whenever I see new tidbits, videos, and photos of the movie.
Here’s my fix of the week—the new 30-second TV spot.
There’s also the official teaser poster to smile about.
Hooray for fashionistas! They dare challenge fashion convention and make us look forward to their red carpet photos because we know they won’t be wearing the usual glam gowns.
See which celebs rose to the occasion at the UK Elle Style Awards last Tuesday.
Now you know why there were named Elle’s Style Icons of 2010. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen rocked their own signature styles—Mary-Kate in her gothic Lanvin, and Ashley in her tulle couture Christian Lacroix.
I don’t know who else could rock a python-print gown. Supermodel Naomi Campbell, 39, was given the Outstanding Contribution award for her 25-year career and her work as global patron of The White Ribbon Alliance (WRA), which promotes safe pregnancy. She dedicated her award to the late Alexander McQueen.
Last Sunday’s British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Awards brought out some pretty interesting looks. Here are those whose ensembles screamed, “Check me out!”
Always the reserved one in red carpet appearances, Kristen Stewart still managed to please fashion critics with this strapless Chanel minidress. She also won the Orange Rising Star Award—the only prize to be voted for by the public.
View the complete list of winners and highlights here.
If you missed last night’s BAFTA Awards, here are my favorite highlights:
HRH Prince William was greeted with the biggest cheers from the crowd at the Royal Opera House in London. A celebrity in his own right, he signed autographs and posed for fans at the red carpet. It was also a night to remember because Prince William was announced as Lord Attenborough’s successor to the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA)’s Presidency.
Although she was at the same venue, Kristen stayed away from Robert Pattinson that night. The papz couldn’t snap a photograph of the couple together. She did have something to smile about; the actress took home the Orange Rising Star Award—the only prize to be voted for by the public.
David Bowie’s son Duncan Jones bagged the award for Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director, or Producer for his film Moon. In his emotional speech, he told the audience that it took him his whole life to realize that he wanted to be a filmmaker. “Wow, thank you so much. I didn’t actually realize how much this meant to me,” he said. “It’s taken me an awful long time to know what I wanted to do with my life. Finally, I think I’ve found what I love doing and I just want to thank everyone who helped me get there.”
War movie The Hurt Locker bagged the most awards that night—Best Film, Best Editing, Best Sound, Best Cinematography, Best Director for Kathryn Bigelow, and Best Original Screenplay. Photographed above are (L-R) Mark Boal, Kathryn Bigelow, Greg Shapiro and Nicholas Chartier.
Posted by Kate Alvarez as Kristen Stewart at 8:00 AM EST on Jan, 27 2010
Kristen Stewart recently hit the Sundance Film Festival with indie film, Welcome to the Rileys. “It’s about a businessman who comes to terms with the death of his daughter through an unlikely relationship with a teenage stripper [played by Kristen],” director Jake Scott told Cinematical.
The 19-year-old Twilight star doesn’t waste any time defending her new role against critics who think that it’s just another stripper movie. “It opens your eyes to people who just don’t have any options,” she said. “I’m speaking very vaguely about it, because [Mallory’s situation is] so awful. But yeah, [not having options] is the only way I can describe it.”
Although Welcome to the Rileys is already earning good reviews at Sundance, fans are on their toes as to when the official trailer and public release date will be announced. For now, you’ll have to settle for Sundance’s limited screenings.
I don’t know about you, but I’m getting sick of today’s pre-packaged bubblegum girl bands and popstars. I wasn’t born yet in the ’70s, but they sure had a lot of sincerely talented rockers back then.
In that era, YouTube and Facebook weren’t even invented yet, let alone the Internet, so wannabes had to really prove their mettle in the industry. Getting signed was the only way to get your music out there, so this was a privilege that only a limited number of talents could attain. Male rockers dominated the scene, and female rockers had to double their efforts to get noticed.
When I found out that the biopic of ’70s girl band The Runaways was produced for the big screen, I did a rock-on hand signal and screamed a la Led Zeppelin! The entertainment business needs a major transition from the likes of Camp Rock and High School Musical, and The Runaways made the perfect entrance.
The casters did a great job. Who else could channel the groovy but tough rocker attitudes of Joan Jett and Cherie Currie? Teen stars Dakota Fanning and Kristen Stewart unleash their inner wild child for The Runaways, directed by Floria Sigismondi. The girls even underwent major training and transformations for the flick.
Coming out in spring, the movie is based on lead singer Cherie Currie’s book Neon Angel, a biography of her experiences as a rock star. I cannot wait for this movie! Rock with me now: “I’m your ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-cherry bomb!”
It’s official – well, as official as it can be for now, I guess. Robert Pattinson and Kristern Stewart are a couple. That’s what the director of Twilight, Catherine Hardwicke tells the world. I guess we just have to hear it from the couple, right?