Anyone else still think she is his beard? LoL
WE cast all the characters but it was back in April and I can't even recall who we had chosen to be honest .... Queen Latifa for Lula....
Katherine Heigl ... Stephanie Plum
Daniel Sunjata ... Ranger
Jason O'Mara ... Joe Morelli
Patrick Fischler ... Vinnie Plum
Cristina Aloe ... Connie
The movie doesn't come out til 2012 but they are filming in Pittsburgh currently. Seems like a long time eh?
**Edit - as commented below - 2011 is actual release date? I hope so
Adam Brody, no stranger to successful teen franchises, has a message for Kristen Stewart and other actors accused of hating the fame game: Quit.
Appearing on Diablo Cody's new internet talk show "Red Band Trailer" (the screenwriter actually holds celeb chats in an Airstream trailer), the duo broached the perilous lives of celebs, paparazzi and all.
"Do you enjoy being famous, or do you wish that you could just be an actor apart from all that, a la Kristen Stewart?" Cody asked.
"It's only gotten worse, I'm sure, being a celebrity. At the same time, I don't have a lot of patience for people who moan about it too much. Because there are many things you could do," Brody said, calling back to Cody's reference to Stewart.
"It's like, quit ... you don't need to be an actor, so it's like if it's that much of a problem ... there's the door."
Cody and Brody could be alluding to previous comments from Stewart regarding fan obsession and the oppressive nature of being famous.
We know Stephenie is a producer for Breaking Dawn, but the Twilight fansites talked to her about what that really means and how she feels about it:
Stephenie Meyer has signed on to be in control of every detail of "Breaking Dawn 1 & 2'. This means everything from eye color, to sparkles, to makeup and hair. Do you think this will change anything? Do you think every detail will be stamped "Stephenie Meyer Approved"!?! We hope so but let's see what Stephenie thinks about the official title and added responsibility:
Some of the Twilight Fansites met with Stephenie Meyer and spent 4 hours chatting (and gigling) about their favourite topics.... Here's another bit of their chat:
Often scenes from the books are changed or left out all together for the flow of the movie. Stephenie explains how and why she picks her battles when it comes to depicting her books into movies.
Edward's Volvo is another deviation from the book. Yes, Edward still drives a Volvo in the movie but would Edward really drive a hatch back or a Mommobile? Fans have debated the movie vs book Volvo & we wanted to know what SM thought about it:
Stephenie Meyer has had more and more say when it comes to how the movies are made from her beautifully written books. It's hard to get every scene in a 2 hour movie just as it was written in a 629 page book. Stephenie gives advice and guidance when she can. We are very excited that Stephenie will be a producer on 'Breaking Dawn 1 & 2' even though she has taken a very active role in 'Eclipse.'
Ultimately Stephenie Meyer's opinion on the movies is very important to book fans. Usually we tend to agree with the talented lady that wrote the saga. So we brought up some questions in our interview hoping to get down to the bottom of the movie discussions we have had here on twifans.
Taylorphotos.org just posted another set of photos featuring Taylor Lautner on the set of the upcoming Lionsgate film “Abduction” by director John Singleton (2 Fast 2 Furious, FOur Brothers) and starring Taylor Lautner (Twilight, Valentine’s Day, New Moon), Maria Bello (Grown Ups, St. Vincent, The Yellow Handkerchief), Jason Isaacs (Batman: Under the Red Hood, Pleading Guilty), Alfred Molina (The Sorcerer’s Apprentice) and Sigourney Weaver (Ghostbusters III, Avatar).
Synopsis: A thriller centered on a young man who sets out to uncover the truth about his life after finding his baby photo on a missing persons website.
[Shockya Via Twilightish]
Sunset Cocktails Party - July 12, 2010
It's a slick, sick (in a good way) mean girl flick that is smart enough to stay one step ahead of its audience and bold enough to keep going one step beyond where you think it will go.
Which is why I'm imploring you: don't watch the trailer.
I agree with the New York Post and with Cinematical's Peter Hall: the trailer gives away too much. Part of why I loved The Loved Ones is the fun of watching it while wondering just how deep its giddy depravity runs. The trailer spoils the surprise of discovering what terrible thing happens with that hammer, that drill, that Volkswagen and those...well, let's just call them "leftovers."
So don't. Just don't.
But you're gonna, aren't you? Sigh.
If you absolutely must, try your best to hit PAUSE at the 1:05 mark, right when the quote from Cinema Eye pops up. Everything after that is best experienced in the theater if/when some US distributor is smart enough to snatch this one up.
Summit Entertainment understands the importance of 3-D. Still, there continues to be rampant speculation about whether "Breaking Dawn," will open as a 3-D release when the first of a two-part finale arrives in theaters next year. But now, another movie on the studio's lineup may provide some clues about where Summit will take the "Twilight Saga."
"They're completely fascinated and intrigued by the technology," said director Patrick Lussier, who recently wrapped production on Summit's 3-D action flick "Drive Angry." "I think Summit has been discovering, as they've been seeing the 3-D material and the ease we've been able to work with it, is that it's an incredibly viable format to work in."
So will Summit's "Drive Angry" experience — the movie was shot using 3-D cameras rather than converted in post-production — combined with the fate of "Eclipse" at the box office , convince them to deliver their biggest 2011 release in three dimensions?
"That decision has yet to be made," Summit distribution head Richard Fay told MTV News. "It's still the source of a discussion."
While those talks inevitably touch on technological hurdles and monetary interest — owing to the premium-ticket prices that 3-D flicks command — Fay emphasized that the studio is more focused on creative concerns.
"There's certainly a financial part of the discussion," he said. "And yes, there's a certain amount of technology that has to be considered and accounted for. But it really comes down to the creative folks."
"In any of these roundtables conversations, [Summit CEO] Rob Friedman has always been concerned about the 'Twilight' patron," Fay added. "His concern is always the people that come in to see this movie. He doesn't want to turn them off or offend. That's why it's a creative decision. A big factor is the perception of our audience. What are their feelings going to be? If it lends itself to being a better movie because of 3-D, then that's the technology we'll use."
What are your thoughts on "Breaking Dawn" in 3-D? Tell us your thoughts in the comments!
Another string to the 3D bow is that there is the potential to take audiences into the reality on the screen. I recently watched a 3D horror movie and people were jumping in their seats and grabbing in the air. There was a fun, social energy in the auditorium; one that I have never experienced with a 2D movie. 3D undoubtedly makes what we are seeing more vivid and dare I say it, real. We can almost touch the world the characters exist in, and there have been a few rare moments where I felt like I was at the same table as the characters I was watching.
Anna Kendrick who is London at the moment attended 2010 Glamour Women of The Year Awards.
The awards were held at the Berkeley Square Gardens, London on Tuesday evening (8 June) and Anna looked gorgeous in a Gianfranco Ferre cream dress as she picked up the Editor’s Special Award.
[Via Eclipse Movie]
Charle Bewley with friends in WHistler for the Camp of Champions
Charlie Bewley tweeted these photos saying he was glad to be home.
We are glad too!
Apparently Charlie was doing a demo reel in Vancouver before heading up to Whistler for some R & R.
There is more where that came from scroll down to check it out (My personal fave include the hoodie - OME)
This weekend I went to a fabulous outdoor wedding, shopped, hung with my fam, and blogged.
Hope you all enjoyed your weekend... more posts coming Monday Evening with a few mid day updates as they happen ;)
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Brendon wins veto and takes himself off and Annie goes up against Rachel
Seriously, his hair is awesome, I love this photoshoot - please ladies sit down and have a drool rag ready - total hottness as you scroll down!
Isn't he just amazing? wow!
[Via RP Life]