Friday, July 31, 2009


Random Things
source: radaronline

how does that feel kaycob? it's ok...i had to sit through picture from remember this is only fair! is this his first on screen kiss?

valentine's day opens on feb 12, 2009...which the same day that remember me opens...duh duh duh...which to watch first...? read more...



Thursday, July 30, 2009

part 3

part 1 & part 2

red hot

kristen in the red jumpsuit with joan jett on the set of the runaways...more pix at radaronline. read more...


this is cute...punch punch...


a little

sleeping bag

"sleeping bag..."

new "moon"


Wednesday, July 29, 2009

summits response

We at Summit Entertainment are disappointed by Rachelle Lefevre’s recent comments which attempt to make her career choices the fault of the Studio. Her decision to discuss her version of the scheduling challenges publicly has forced the Studio to set the record straight and correct the facts.

Ms. Lefevre’s representatives were advised as early as April that THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE was expected to start shooting in early August.
If Ms. Lefevre was, as she describes “passionate,” about being part of THE TWILIGHT SAGA, we feel that she and her representatives would have included us in her decision to work on another film that would conflict with the shooting schedule of THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE.
It was not until July 20th that Summit was first informed of Ms. Lefevre’s commitment to BARNEY’S VERSION, a commitment we have since been advised she accepted in early June. Summit had acted in good faith that she would be available to fulfill her obligations both in terms of rehearsals and shooting availability for THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE. We feel that her choice to withhold her scheduling conflict information from us can be viewed as a lack of cooperative spirit which affected the entire production.
Furthermore Ms. Lefevre took a role in the other film that places her in Europe during the required rehearsal time, and at least ten days of THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE’s principal photography. This period is essential for both rehearsal time with the cast, and for filming at key locations that are only available during the initial part of production.
Contrary to Ms. Lefevre’s statement, it is simply untrue that the Studio dismissed her over a ten day overlap. It is not about a ten day overlap, but instead about the fact that THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE is an ensemble production that has to accommodate the schedules of numerous actors while respecting the established creative vision of the filmmaker and most importantly the story.
The fact remains that Ms. Lefevre’s commitment to the other project – which she chose to withhold from Summit until the last possible moment – makes her unfortunately unavailable to perform the role of Victoria in THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE.
so unprofessional...



personally i LOVED rachelle (as a person and as victoria), so i was VERy sad to see her recasted...#BringBackRachelle is now the #1 trending topic on twitter, #5 Rachelle Lefevre, #6 Victoria, and #8 Summit...something definitely could have been worked out...

here is rachelle's statement on accesshollywood:
Rachelle Lefevre ‘Stunned’ Over ‘Eclipse’ Recasting
LOS ANGELES, Calif. --

Summit Entertainment announced the replacement of “Twilight Saga” star Rachelle Lefevre in the series’ third film, “Eclipse,” on Tuesday night – and fans weren’t the only ones surprised by the news — Rachelle was shocked as well!

“I was stunned by Summit’s decision to recast the role of Victoria for ‘Eclipse,’” Rachelle said in a statement to Access Hollywood.

On Tuesday, Summit announced that Bryce Dallas Howard would be taking on the role in “Eclipse,” due in May 2010.

“I was fully committed to the ‘Twilight’ saga, and to the portrayal of Victoria,” Rachelle continued, explaining the turn of events that led to the casting change. “I turned down several other film opportunities and, in accordance with my contractual rights, accepted only roles that would involve very short shooting schedules. My commitment to ‘Barney’s Version’ is only ten days. Summit picked up my option for ‘Eclipse.’ Although the production schedule for ‘Eclipse’ is over three months long, Summit said they had a conflict during those ten days and would not accommodate me. Given the length of filming for ‘Eclipse,’ never did I fathom I would lose the role over a 10 day overlap. I was happy with my contract with Summit and was fully prepared to continue to honor it. Summit chose simply to recast the part.”

The star concluded her statement with a regretful tone.

“I am greatly saddened that I will not get to complete my portrayal of Victoria for the ‘Twilight’ audience. This is a story, a theatrical journey and a character that I truly love and about which I am very passionate. I will be forever grateful to the fan support and loyalty I’ve received since being cast for this role, and I am hurt deeply by Summit’s surprising decision to move on without me. I wish the cast and crew of ‘Eclipse’ only the very best,” she said.

Rachelle will appear in the series’ next film, “New Moon,” due Nov. 20.

picture source: EW

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

bryce dallas howard

OMG! from the examiner:
Victoria to be played by Bryce Dallas Howard in 'Eclipse' instead of Rachelle Lefevre

Summit Entertainment has just announced that The Twilight Saga: New Moon star Rachelle Lefevre will be replaced in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse by actress Bryce Dallas Howard due to scheduling conflicts.

Lefevre, we noted before, has a busy filming schedule with her newest role in Barney's Vision, a film that starts production on the same date as Eclipse.

According to the press release,
“We are incredibly happy that Bryce has agreed to come into the franchise,” said Erik Feig, Summit’s President of Worldwide Production and Acquisitions. “Rachelle brought “Victoria” to great screen life and Bryce will bring a new dimension to the character. The franchise is lucky to have such a talented actress as Bryce coming in to fill the role.”

Howard most recently starred in TERMINATOR SALVATION as Kate Connor and has been seen in SPIDER-MAN 3, LADY IN THE WATER, and THE VILLAGE. She was nominated for a Golden Globe for her leading performance as an actress in the HBO film AS YOU LIKE IT.

i heart cw

i really like CW a lot...heres another interivew with TIME:
12 Minutes 49 Seconds with Chris Weitz, Director of New Moon

I grabbed a quick interview with Chris Weitz on Thursday afternoon at Comic-Con. It almost didn't happen, because I had a signing right before it, which ran over (and which mostly consisted of me watching Jacqueline Carey and Patrick Rothfuss signing books for fangirls anyway. But you know, dedication to the craft and all). Then Weitz was staying at the Hard Rock, where the elevators require that you have a guest pass, which I didn't have ... so yeah, I was late.

But he was very mellow about it. We talked about Twilight fandom and the lessons of Golden Compass and Weitz's natural estrogen levels. But we will begin in medias res with a chat about the Twilight panel from that morning...

Chris Weitz: It was this crazy thing, which everybody was kind of warning us about. 7,000 Twilight fans in a room screaming for Rob.

Me: It's an uncanny sound. I think only teenage girls can make that sound.

That high, keening noise.

It's like Beatlemania.

That's the only thing I can think of, the Beatles. You see old footage of that type of thing. It happened in Montepulciano, when we were shooting there. It was like The Birds, but with young girls. You'd turn a corner and there would be one or two or three. And the next time you looked there would be 10, 20, 50, 100.

Then before you know it gas stations are exploding.

Exactly. I think basically the panel today would have worked perfectly for the fans if it had just been us sitting there, and they could just look at Rob and Taylor. Maybe Rob and Taylor would move a little.

Taylor seems the most comfortable with this level of scrutiny. He doesn't squirm as much.

It's funny. In a way he's the least prepared for the intense scrutiny, but he's very balanced about it. Whereas I think Rob and Kristen are very sheepish about it. Not that they don't appreciate it. But they're thrown a bit by it.

They just seem very human about it. I mean, who would not be freaked out by that?

If you enjoyed it too much it would be weird. It would mean you were addicted to that kind of adulation. The thing is, there's so much love coming towards you, but you can't really tell whether it's towards the characters or the actors themselves, or towards an image in the media. and that's strange.

I guess I should ask you about the actual movie. How done is it?

It's pretty done. It has to be done. It has to come out on November 20. Which means we sort of have to hand it over October 30. Which means the picture has to lock August 30. And so in a few weeks it'll be locked, the visual effects are in good shape, all the R&D on the more complicated, more ephemeral effects is being completed.

How weird was it, stepping into somebody else's franchise?

It was a bit odd at first. But then again it's pretty amazing to have a huge fan base just dropped into your lap. And it was a pleasure to be able to deliver faithfully on a book. With Golden Compass I felt that by being faithful to the book I was working at odds with the studio. But Summit understands that it's Stephenie Meyer's world, and really it's about recreating the experience the reader has, in some kind of faithful manner. Creating a picture that doesn't violate too badly the picture they have in their minds.

Was there technical stuff that you learned on Golden Compass that was useful here?

There was, yeah. It was really CGI boot camp. That was over 2000 special effects, and each one went through 200 or more iterations of, you know, what the talking ferret was doing at that point. Now to do werewolves and so forth is frankly no biggie. I mean, you still have to get things right, and take care of the process, but the bizarre things that you do -- like, now we're going to go check the DPX files, and oh, we're going to have a CineSync with Tippett, cause they just uploaded the files to the FTP server -- that kind of stuff is now, yeah, OK, we're going to do that. Whereas the first time around I was like, what? We're doing what? What are you talking about?

The effects really did look good in Golden Compass.

That is the most successful element of it, I think. The effects were beautiful and elegant. I'm really keen on settling down the special effects into the world around them, rather than trying to blow anyone away. That's something I'm a stickler about.

How closely did you follow the look-and-feel of the first movie in New Moon? Did you want to make it your own? Or do a seemless transition?

I think there's a balance possible. I do want to make it my own, and I'm not really interesting in tweaking the world in the digital intermediate so that it gets this kind of blue gloss which the first movie had. I'm much more interested in having a fuller palate, and a richer palate. And we're able to shoot some scenes in sunlight, eventually, which is really kind of nice. And to shoot interior scenes that have a kind of rounded glow to them, like the Volturi ... bad-guy headquarters, for want of a better term.

The footage today looked great, and there wasn't even any FX in it.

Not that you would notice. There's little stuff like, everytime you see Edward as an apparition he's been shot against a green screen and then taken out of the picture, and then treated and put back in. So you do a lot of work just to make it seem like he's sort of there. And then there's a lot of wire removal and stuff that you don't notice.

I hope there's sparkling in this one.

There will be lots of sparkling.

Is it weird to be a guy directing Twilight? Since it's a franchise that's considered more for … the ladies?

I think at first it was odd for the fans when I came on board. There was a question of whether I was going to kind of try to bring some amped up macho mentality … I wouldn't even know how to do that. I think I'm pretty fem. I have a lot of estrogen.

At first Stephenie was a bit surprised that I had been brought out as a first choice. But we met and chatted and it all worked really well.

Is she going to have a cameo in this movie?

She's not. But now I feel bad about it -- as though I intended not to. But I had kind of forgotten that she had a cameo in the first one, and she never asked, she's very quiet and gracious about it. I don't know if she wanted to or not. I probably should have.

I liked the vibe between Bella and Jacob. It felt real, but also different from the way she interacts with Edward.

Taylor's very much like the character, tremendously sunny and upbeat. And Kristen is very protective of Taylor, actually. He's 17 now, and Kristen's been working since Panic Room if not before that. She wanted to make sure Taylor was protected from the world, and that works perfectly with the dynamic of the book.

I have to say, his torso in the clip you showed today was unlike any human torso I have ever seen.

It's pretty astonishing. He did work very very hard.

Was that CGI?

I swear to God, it was all his hard work.

braveheart & control

cute little article from movieline:
Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart Play 'My Favorite Scene' with Movieline

Now that the Taylor Lautner-related squealing has subsided at Comic-Con (sorry, Robert Pattinson — your artfully mussed hair is in danger of being eclipsed by a 17-year-old’s ten-pack), I think it’s safe for me to present you with “My Favorite Scene: Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart Edition!” What movie moments did the two Twilight stars tell Movieline they loved?

Lautner noted that his favorite film is Braveheart, but blushed when he had to relate his favorite clip from it: “It’s like the worst scene, but it’s at the very beginning, when he sees his love die.”

“When he sees his love die!” mocked Stewart.

“That sets up the whole adventure where he’s going to fight for her,” Lautner said. “Just, like, the fire in his eyes when he sees that, and now he’s going on this mission for her…it’s the best.”

Stewart was hard-pressed to pick a favorite scene — mostly because she had too many contenders from the same film.

“My favorite movie right now, because I’ve been watching a lot of band movies, is Control,” she said. “Sam Riley…like, any scene that he’s in, any scene in that movie, he’s incredible. Especially if you’re a fan of Joy Division or know anything about them, he’s astounding.”

Of course, Stewart is currently making her own band movie, The Runaways (and with her Joan Jett haircut and Minor Threat tee, she brought a dose of that rock spirit to Comic-Con). When she watches Riley play Ian Curtis in Control, does she glean anything from it that she can bring to her Runaways biopic?

“Yeah,” she admitted. “It makes me think we’d better do just as well, because they deserve it.” ♦


We are happy to announce that the New Moon soundtrack will be in stores on October 13th! That will give you all plenty of time to get to know the music before the movie is in theaters on November 20th. As Chris Weitz has mentioned, artists such as Thom Yorke, Bon Iver, Muse, and Band of Skulls are being discussed for the soundtrack but nothing is confirmed so far. Stay tuned to for exciting information about the official soundtrack pre-order, which will get you tons of extras and exclusives before the album arrives!
the used also had a tweet saying that they are working on a song for the soundtrack! here is the video for their new song, blood on my hands... read more...


another old commercial...this time with taylor!

and then talking about boobies...


julie and julia

source: showbizspy

ashley looking beautiful again at the premiere of julia and julia! read more...

google it

source: TCA


more interviews

Comic-Con '09: 60 star portraits! | Twilight-new-moon-pic_l
check out the end of this EW interview

melissa rosenberg

CW...i <3 him even more now...

taylor & kristen... "good way to get assassinated"

jamie campbell bower


Monday, July 27, 2009

wide awake

for those of you that read WA:

chapter 50 Secretive Sandies - july 21
chapter 51 Tarty Charted Motherfuckers - july 25
chapter 52 Feel-Good Fortune Cookies - july 30
epilogue - august 5

link:

top 10

TEN gossip released a list of their top 10 vampires:
These could have been vampires from books, movies or television series.
I chose the latter two, because someone actually plays them, and it gives us someone tangible to base our assessment on.
10.) David:(The Lost Boys): I know, he’s bad..but that’s part of his charm.
The Lost Boys David
9.) Lous de Pointe du Lac:(Interview with the vampire):He tries so hard to be compassionate, but the urges nearly end him.
Lous Interview With A Vampire
8.) Angel:(Buffy and Angel): Sexy. Passionate, deep down a bad A**.
see the rest after the jump!

7.) Blade:(The Blade Trilogy): Daywalker. In a world of fictional vampires that are strictly nocturnal, he is an anomaly and spends his days hunting other vampires, fighting the demons within him.
6.) Selene:(Underworld): She’s gorgeous, fast, can fight like nobody’s business, and takes no BS.
Selene Underworld
5.) Spike: (Buffy): He’s hot, he’s not a good guy (though he has his moments),and Buffy (occasionally) loves him. So, do we.
4.) Bill Compton: (True Blood): Steamy, strong, and very attractive.
Bill True Blood
3.) Stefan:(The Vampire Diaries): One of the new Vampires on the cinematic screen, so hot.
Stefan Vampire Diaries
2.) Damon: (The Vampire Diaries): He’s Stefan’s brother (see number 3), they make them beautiful in a set don’t they? His eyes almost kill me, make me wish to beg him to make me immortal.
Damon The Vampire Diaries
And my number one, as if there was any doubt, is the new kind of vampire, that sparkles in the sun, is impossibly fast, and strong. Beautiful beyond compare.

1.) Edward Cullen:(The Twilight Saga): Now honestly, I would have rather put Jasper Hale here (as portrayed by Jackson Rathbone) but they don’t do poor Jackson any bit of justice in those movies. He is naturally gorgeous! But I digress.
Edward Twilight


first look at the volturi actors in make up! these are suppose to be REAL...what do you think?

EDIT: took it down until its officially released...
hahahahha...spoof from twilightheaded...fantastic!

vampire whisperer


quadruple threat

twilight lexicon got an interview with tinsel korey:
Tinsel is what is know in the performing arts world as a triple-threat performer: she sings, dances, and acts. Actually, maybe we should call her a quadruple-threat performer because she’s also a musician. You can hear her performing two very different songs stylistically on her Music MySpace. One is called Into the West and and is very upbeat. The other is called Games of the Heart and it has an almost Norah Jones quality about it.
Tinsel shared with us her experience on the New Moon set and her vision of Emily Young.

Have you read the Twilight Saga books? If yes, which book is your favorite and why?
I have read New Moon, and I’m reading Eclipse right now. I also own Breaking Dawn. I’ll have to get back to you on which one is my favorite.

What was the audition process like for you?
I auditioned in L.A. with the director Chris Weitz and casting directors Rene Haynes and Joseph Middleton. Filming was great, Chris is a very warm and talented director. I can’t wait to see his vision of New Moon come to life.

Did you, along with the other cast members who were also in the Quileuete roles, spend any time building back-stories or relationships?
I built my back-story before I met the boys, I already had an idea of who Emily was. Meeting and hanging out with the boys only helped build upon what my prior thoughts already were. I think when we all hung out the back-story just was there in who we were. Most of us are pretty similar to our characters.

How long is the process of getting into makeup and costume for Emily and can you describe it?
It takes hours to perfect the make-up and you’ll have to wait for the movie to see the magic that the makeup/SPX department created

Your MySpace has pictures and videos of you performing traditional music and dance. What art form do you prefer: acting, music, or dance?
I don’t really prefer one over the other, they’re all just different aspects of my artistry: I love them equally.

You seem to gravitate toward roles where you play strong women with interesting pasts. What types of things excite you when considering a role?
I never really realized that I did gravitated towards that till you mentioned it, then I thought about it, and I guess I do. Lol. Material that I get excited about, are the ones that give me an opportunity to break stereotypes.

Can you describe what working with Chris Weitz is like?
He’s an actor’s director, he gets us probably because he is an actor. He’s a very attentive and warm man; I hope I get the pleasure to work with him again in the future.

There are some major, powerhouse actors in the New Moon cast. Did you ever find yourself getting a little star-struck or tongue tied around any of them?
Nope. They’re just normal people.

How would you describe your vision of Emily Young?
Oh god, I don’t think I’m allowed to right a novel for this interview. Lol. So let me summarize in one sentence. She’s a survivor, the heart and soul of the team, when they’re down she brings them up. She’s the one you want to have in your corner.

Do you have anything more that you’d like to share with Twilight fans?
I’d like to thank them for all the support I’ve received and I’m glad I get to be on this journey with them. HUGZ.

Sunday, July 26, 2009

the summer house

rubbish has some pictures from the summer house, a movie rob was in about 3 years ago...

here's the trailer in case you missed it:

i dont know how its possible that im still surprised about how HOT he is...

EDIT: ten gossip cut out the pics of rob...


kevin smith is my hero

saw this over at NMM...really <3 kevin smith!


source: twifans

two photos of ashley greene in saturday night magazine...beautiful! read more...

NOT a vampire


before & after


flowers for a ghost

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