There is a fine line between acting and singing. Not everyone can criss-cross platforms, but when they do, they can get very infectious – making that leap from silver screen to your iPods. Here are some of today’s actors who can actually sing:
Hey, if the werewolf can do it, so can the vampire! Saturday Night Live’s Lorne Michaels recently told OK! magazine that they’re still trying to get Robert Patttinson to be a guest host on SNL.
Last year, R-Pattz fans were disappointed when the SNL peeps said that they couldn’t accommodate the Twilight hunk because they’re “all locked in with the hosts for this year.”
They were also hesitant because they weren’t sure about the 23-year-old’s hosting skills. “And then he did Jimmy’s show and that went well for him,” said Lorne. Check out R-Pattz’s comedy stint and interview with Jimmy Fallon on his Late Night show last month.
Will we see R-Pattz’s hosting skills at SNL soon? “You never know,” Lorne told OK!.
Do you think he’d make a good host? Will he do a better job than Taylor Lautner?
My money’s on the werewolf. Teehee.
Madame Tussauds in London and New York unveiled waxwork models of Robert Pattinson last Thursday and the fans were more than excited to get their hands on him.
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.
When he’s done drinking blood and sweeping women off their feet, British actor Robert Pattinson wants to go back to his musical roots.