Saturday, December 31, 2011

Taylor Lautner People Magazine Cover is FAKE!

From Twilight Lexicon:

Taylor Lautner is not coming out in the January 7th issue of People Magazine. Apparently a manip (manipulated photo) that had its origins on Tumblr somehow got picked up by a variety of news services as legit. It is in fact A FAKE. The photo itself is real enough having been part of the New Moon PR campaign, but the text is entirely bogus. Gossip Cop has full details.

Thursday, December 29, 2011

Breaking Dawn Took Home EW's Best Wedding of 2011 Award


Twilight Breaking Dawn took home Best Wedding Of 2011 Prize. Apparently Entertainment Weekly,recently threw a little contest for Best Wedding of 2011,and despite not even being a real life wedding, Breaking Dawn part 1 took the trophy anyways.

Now,that’s pretty major. You know you’ve got it going on when the “make believe” stuff starts taking out the real stuff. It beat out Kate and Prince William’s Royal Wedding,and a couple of other popular weddings.

EW’s resident wedding planner David Tutera gave the Bdawn wedding an A- grade,and said, he “thought it was stunning. I know it’s a movie, it’s not real, but if you’re going to spend money on a wedding, there’s one to copy.”

He also commented on William and Kate’s royal wedding,stating, “I would give that a B+. I thought it was wonderful. I thought fashion was an A, but overall I thought B+. I was hoping they wouldn’t be as safe as they were, but I understand why they were.”

It’s no surprise that he gave the Kim Kardashian wedding a big,fat F grade,and said, “I’m appalled and disgusted about everything that they did. I don’t care how beautiful it was, I think it was unfortunately a very well calculated business agreement.”

Sunday, December 25, 2011

Merry Christmas!

This is the cutiest photo!!!! Isn't Edward going to make an awesome daddy!! :-)

Merry Christmas - We hope you have a wonderful holiday season and get to share it with the ones you love.

Friday, December 23, 2011

Breaking Dawn Part 1 - MTV's #2 Newsmaker of 2011

One doesn't need Alice Cullen's powers of prognostication to foretell fang-tastic returns for "The Twilight Saga."

Four years in, and the success of the franchise is a foregone conclusion. To wit, the penultimate film in the series, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1," has grossed more than $600 million worldwide since its November release and even set a new record by becoming the first installment to top the box office three weekends in a row. And it also landed at #2 on MTV News' Top Newsmakers of 2011 list, falling short only to Lady Gaga.

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Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Next Movie Does Twilight Ice Cream & Breaking Dawn Poll

From Twilight Lexicon:

Next Movie has done a really hilarious job of parodying a bunch of 2011 movies as Ben and Jerry’s ice cream flavors. Check out the Twilight one here, but hit their site to see the rest including take offs on New Year’s Day, Girl With a Dragon Tattoo, and Midnight in Paris (starring Michael Sheen).

Also while you are over at Next Movie, vote for Breaking Dawn 2 in the most anticipated 2012 movie poll. Currently it’s an intense battle between The Hunger Games and Breaking Dawn.

Friday, December 16, 2011

Official Breaking Dawn Part 1 Illustrated Movie Companion Available NOW!


The official Breaking Dawn Part 1 Illustrated Movie Companion is hitting stores and is available now!

Now that you’ve seen the movie, you can take an in-depth look at the making of the film, and if the previous versions were any indication, this is a must-buy.

Right now Amazon is offering it for only $9.49 (it lists for $18.99), which seems like a pretty great deal!

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Bella As A Vampire


New Official Breaking Dawn Part 2 photo shows first shot of Bella as a vampire. Hey guys. The new official Twilight Breaking Dawn companion came out today,and features a host of new material from the final installment, including this first shot of Bella as bloodsucking and dripping, slimy vampire. Ok, well it’s not actually that bad as she looks quite beautiful here. However, from what I’ve heard, she’s going to have problems controlling her new blood thirst, and the Cullens are going to have to train her to calm ... down.

This photo is actually a close-up glimpse of her from the ending of Breaking Dawn part 1, right after she woke up from giving birth and dying. Yeah, it’s well before she gets started sinking her teeth into people. I can’t wait to see the new vampire Bella in action. She’s gonna turn it out. I just know it, and I’ve heard other people claim how into it she is.

Part 2 stars: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Peter Facinelli, Ashley Greene, Kellan Lutz, Jackson Rathbone, Elizabeth Reaser, Nikki Reed, Billy Burke, Rami Malek, Maggie Grace, Mackenzie Foy, and Tracey Heggins. It hits theaters on November 16th,2012

Monday, December 12, 2011

Hollywood's Best Actors For The Buck


The Twilight movies are more than a cultural sensation, they're a financial phenomenon. The latest, Breaking Dawn, has ranked No. 1 at the U.S. box office for the past three weekends and has already earned $588 million worldwide. The entire franchise has brought in $2.4 billion so far and there's still one more movie set for release next year.

It's been a lot of reward for relatively little outlay. The first two movies were produced for $37 million and $50 million, respectively. The current film is the most expensive to date with an estimated budget of $110 million. Part of the reason the budget has risen is that stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson are getting paid more for playing Bella and her vampire boyfriend Edward, but they're still not getting the $20 million paychecks that some big stars can command.

In Pictures: Hollywood's Best Actors for the Buck

That's why the Twilight stars land so high on our list of Hollywood's Best Actors for the Buck, with Kristen Stewart at No. 1. For every $1 Stewart is paid her films earn an average $55.83. Pattinson ranks third with his films bringing in an average of $39.43 for every dollar he is paid.

Kevin Winter/Getty ImagesRobert Pattinson, left, and Kristen Stewart,... View Full Size Kevin Winter/Getty ImagesRobert Pattinson, left, and Kristen Stewart, right, arrive at the premiere of Summit Entertainment's "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1" at the Nokia Theater L.A. Live, November 14, 2011 in Los Angeles, Calif.
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How does Stewart beat Pattinson when they earn virtually identical salaries on their Twilight films? For the purpose of this list we look at each star's last three major releases in the last five years, and Pattinson has been busier than Stewart. He starred in two non-Twilight projects in the past two years: Remember Me and Water for Elephants. Neither film performed particularly well and that pulled down the average return on investment for Pattinson.

To create our list we looked at the 40 highest-earning actors in Hollywood. To qualify, each had to have starred in at least three movies in the past five years that opened in more than 500 theaters. Movies that opened after May 1 were not counted. We also didn't look at animated films because the stars aren't really the draw.

We used data gathered for our annual Celebrity 100 list to calculate each star's estimated earnings on each film (including up-front pay and any earnings from the movie's box-office receipts and first-year sales of DVDs). We then looked at each movie's estimated budget (not including marketing costs, which are susceptible to accounting chicanery) and box-office and DVD earnings to figure out an operating income for each film.

We added up each star's compensation on his or her last three films and the operating income on those films, and divided the total operating income by the star's total compensation to come up with a return-on-investment number. The final number represents an average of how much a studio earns for every dollar paid.

Sandwiched between the Twilight stars, Anne Hathaway ranks second on our list with an average return of $45.67 for every $1 she's paid. Most of that comes from Alice in Wonderland, which was a massive hit, earning $1 billion on a budget of $200 million. Bride Wars also did well enough on a relatively low budget to help keep her average numbers up.

Ranking fourth is another actor who has benefited from a massively successful franchise: Daniel Radcliffe. The young star earned a hefty salary for the last few Harry Potter movies but the films are such massive moneymakers (the franchise has pulled in $7.7 billion in global ticket sales) that his paycheck is relatively insignificant. For every $1 Radcliffe was paid his films earned $34.24.

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Booboo Stewart Wins Best Sidekick

Booboo won the Best Sidekick Award at the the annual Youth Rocks awards and we have to totally agree with their choice. Booboo did an awesome job in Breaking Dawn Part 1!!!

Thursday, December 8, 2011

MTV's Breaking Dawn Part 1: Year in Review


10. "Breaking Dawn" Soundtrack Revealed
The vampire franchise has not only made its stars super famous, but an artist who lands on any of the films' best-selling soundtracks can expect a special boost and instant exposure to a massive fanbase. Emerging acts like Sleeping At Last and Christina Perri, as well as rising stars like Bruno Mars have earned featured spots on the compilations. But "Twilight" stars have also contributed material, with Mia Maestro's "Carmen" making the cut.

9. The "Twilight" World Tour
There's nothing like the glitz of a red-carpet premiere to bring out the best in everyone, particularly with regard to wardrobe choices. When the "Breaking Dawn" cast embarked upon a whirlwind tour of world premieres, Twilighters couldn't wait to see who wore what. MTV News captured the glamorous looks in a handy photo gallery for repeated viewing pleasure.

8. "Breaking Dawn" Goes To Comic-Con
Those who've been following the franchise from the beginning will probably remember that it was at in 2008 San Diego Comic-Con that thousands of screaming fans descended upon the annual pop-culture convention and surprised convention-goers with their overwhelming enthusiasm. That first showing was such a huge success that going forward, Summit made Comic-Con a major priority with regard to promoting the films. At this summer's event MTV News got several particularly newsy tidbits about Renesmee and Jacob's imprinting, but we also really loved hearing Kristen Stewart talk about Bella's wedding.

7. Our Extended "Breaking Dawn" Interview
We've had the pleasure of catching up with the castmembers several times this year, so it was hard to narrow down all of those great interviews into just one favorite. That said, we loved hearing Robert Pattinson talk about Stewart playing a vampire in "Breaking Dawn - Part 2." And he really loved that she had to suffer through those uncomfortable contact lenses for the transition. "When she finally wore them and then was complaining about them every second of the day, it was kind of satisfying," he smiled.

6. The First Photo
Any piece of "Twilight" news is arguably cause for a few screams of delight for Twilighters. But when Summit released the first steamy, swoon-worthy photo of newlyweds Edward and Bella in bed together, we could practically hear the collective squeals and sighs from fans around the world. Talk about starting the New Year off with a bang.

5. The Trailer
This one really needs no introduction or explanation, but if there were squeals when the first photo was released, there may well have been mind-explosions and full-on fainting when we premiered the first full-length "Breaking Dawn" trailer during the '11 MTV Movie Awards. The clip offered glimpses of the wedding, a shirtless Jacob Black, the Cullens, the wolf pack, a very unexpected and dangerous pregnancy ... everything a Twilighter hoped for.

4. Fan-Made Reactions To The Trailer
When we asked "Twilight" fans to send in their reactions to the trailer, we couldn't have anticipated all of the crying. Fans shed tears of joy, of course, and with those emotional outpourings clinched prominent placement on our list.

3. "MTV First: Breaking Dawn," The Highlight Reel
As we've already mentioned, we were lucky to spend time with the cast this year. One of the best interviews we conducted was as part of our "MTV First" series. Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner introduced an exclusive clip and let loose in a lively Q&A. We even put together a highlight reel from the extra-special event that includes making Stewart uncomfortable and Pattinson complaining about Lautner's well-defined abs.

2. The L.A. Premiere
Excitement over the star-studded Los Angeles premiere of "Breaking Dawn - Part 1" was so intense it seemed to rival major Hollywood events like the Golden Globes or the Academy Awards. Celebrity super fans begged to attend and came out in droves to the premiere, many with their children and teenagers in tow. The fans' cheering was nonstop as the stars arrived on the black carpet, but it reached fever pitch with the arrival of Pattinson. Naturally, our quick chat with the heartthrob about all those sex scenes and their potential to give the film an R-rating made our Twilight Tuesday "best of" list.

1. Fans Unite In "Tent City"
Make no mistake, we have high regard for Pattinson, Stewart, Lautner, director Bill Condon and everyone who worked on "Breaking Dawn," but when it comes to the franchise's key components, the fans are the real secret to its success. When we visited the dedicated, die-hard bunch that descended upon downtown Los Angeles to camp out, we were delighted by their enthusiasm. Gathered in appropriately named "tent city," they amassed several days before the premiere in a show of ultimate fandom.

So here's to you, "Twilight" fans, and see you again next year for "Breaking Dawn - Part 2."

Friday, November 25, 2011

Bella's Wedding Dress Now Available on Alfred Angelo Site

From Twilight Lexicon:

Alfred Angelo is the manufacturer the Bella’s Wedding dress that was designed by Carolina Herrera for the movie Breaking dawn Part 1. According to the Alfred Angelo site the dress is currently priced under $999, and they give the details below. Best part of the details in our opinion is the gown isn’t just limited to smaller sizes!

As seen in Twilight – Breaking Dawn Part 1
Bella’s beautiful bridal gown
Long sleeves with button detail
Cut out back with lace embellishments
Sizes: 0 to 30W

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Stephenie Meyer Reflects On Life-Changing Experiences Since Penning "The Twilight Saga"


LOS ANGELES — In less than a decade, Stephenie Meyer has been transformed from a stay-at-home mom with a vivid dream-fueled idea for a novel to the creator of a full-fledged pop culture phenomenon.

Although her life has been drastically altered since she penned “The Twilight Saga,” Meyer, 37, remains the same storyteller who wrote the first novel in her vampire romance series in just three months after experiencing a particularly lucid dream about human heroine Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) and her benevolent vampire sweetheart Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson)

“I don’t know that it has changed me as a storyteller, but it has given me fodder for it. It’s all just experiences that I’ve never had before, new things and different circumstances,” Meyer said at a recent press conference at the swanky Four Seasons Hotel.

“It’s hard to sum up something that doesn’t feel finished yet. I keep wondering when it will feel like the bow is there. It was a great growing experience. It wasn’t always a comfortable experience. I did learn a lot of it the hard way, but it was good for me in a lot of ways. When you are in your 30s you don’t think you’re going to learn (so much) because you’ve already jumped a lot of hurdles. I have a lot of new ones, but I’ve grown.”

Meyer surprised journalists earlier this month when she turned up at the press day for “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1.” It marked her first appearance on the press circuit for the film adaptations since the 2008 interviews for the first installment. In the meantime, the first three movies based on her series — “Twilight,” “New Moon” and “Eclipse” — have bitten off more than $1.8 billion in worldwide grosses.

“I’ve been kind of hiding out for a few years. It’s interesting to be done and not done. We had the final night of shooting, but it keeps going. So with the second part of the movie (‘Breaking Dawn’ still) coming out, it doesn’t feel like an ending yet. … I’m not quite sure how it will be once we get to the end. I know there are a lot of people that I’m just going to miss seeing,” said Meyer, who had just come from Hollywood’s famed Chinese Theatre, where she watched “Twilight” stars Stewart, Pattinson and Taylor Lautner have their hand and footprints immortalized in cement.

“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1,” the first half of the two-film finale based on the fourth and last novel in her supernaturally successful book series, opened in theaters Friday, with hordes of fervent fans known as “Twi-hards” flocking to their local cinemas for midnight screenings.

While she collaborated with filmmakers, especially screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg, on the first three movie adaptations, Meyer signed on as a producer for “Breaking Dawn,” which was split into two parts but filmed concurrently.

“To take on these beloved books was quite intimidating, and I knew going in, I was going to satisfy half the people and the other half, well, you know, look on any website, and they want me butchered. But my objective always is if Stephenie likes it, if Stephenie believes it and approves of it, that’s my job. Because we’re all just visitors in her universe,” Rosenberg said, sitting with the author during the presser.

“The other thing was really fantastic was to discover … that “Stephenie is really a great collaborator and not precious.” she added. “I would be outlining something and working on something and I would call her or email her and we’d start bouncing around ideas that were not in the book. She was a great, great sounding board for me.”

As a producer on “Breaking Dawn,” the author was frequently on set to hear ideas, field questions and look at footage.

“(Having) Stephenie around was incredible,” said Bill Condon, who directed both “Breaking Dawn” films. “Any question you had about behavior or certainly back story, which any good actor relies on, she was there to help us out.”

Plus, Condon convinced the writer to make a cameo in one of the key scenes of “Breaking Dawn — Part 1”: When Bella and Edward get married, to the dismay of her werewolf best friend Jacob Black (Lautner). Filming the long-awaited nuptials was an emotional experience, but Meyer was prepared for the influx of feelings after becoming overwhelmed at Stewart’s dress fitting.

“Being at the wedding, it was cold, actually, and I did not want to be on camera. But Bill was like, ‘Oh come on, it’ll be great.’ He talked me into it and … it was fantastic to have the whole group there,” she said. “When Kristen actually came down the aisle the first time — and there were many times she came down the aisle that day — she looked at me for a minute and there was this look of, ‘It’s happening.’ It was like it was her wedding. It was very weird, but it was awesome.”

Academy Award-nominated writer-director Andrew Niccol is adapting Meyer’s lone non-“Twilight” title, “The Host,” into a movie starring Oscar nominee Saoirse Ronan.

But the author is often asked if she plans to continue her “Twilight” saga, which will come to a close with the Nov. 16, 2012, theatrical debut of “Breaking Dawn — Part 2.”

“There was a time when I thought I would never stop writing about vampires. There are pieces of their stories written in my computer,” she said. “I’m not going to say no. Right now I don’t have much drive towards vampires; there is so much else going on. And sometimes you want to get to a new world. But the characters will always be alive for me, so who knows?”


Monday, November 21, 2011

Breaking Dawn Breaks Box-Office Records!


"Twilight" fans came out in force Friday and made sure "Breaking Dawn" broke records.

"The Twilight Saga" may be drawing to a close, but there's nothing close to a slowdown at the box office. Estimates put the Friday numbers for the second-to-last entry in the series at $138 million around the world, as "Breaking Dawn" rolled out in 54 global markets. The domestic box office received a welcome 11 percent boost from the same period last year, thanks to the legions of "Twilight" fans.

Midnight showings helped propel "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1" past "The Dark Knight," "Transformers" and most of the "Potter" movies in the all-time opening-day box-office record books. "Breaking Dawn - Part 1" enjoyed the third-highest opening day ever with a projected $72 million in domestic receipts, according to studio estimates. The first part of Edward, Bella and Jacob's final chapter together didn't manage to beat the opening day of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2" or 2009's "New Moon," but it was a close race between the "Twilight" films. "New Moon" opened with $72.7 million, and final calculations could change the outcome between the two.

"Twilight" fans who endured long lines for midnight showings accounted for $30.25 million of the "Breaking Dawn" first day-number. Based on the receipts thus far, industry watchers predict an opening weekend in the $140 million range, which is more than Summit Entertainment's conservative projections. That would give the latest "Twilight" the fifth-highest opening weekend ever behind "Deathly Hallows, Part 2," "The Dark Knight," "Spider-Man 3" and "New Moon." "Eclipse" opened with $68.5 million; the first "Twilight" debuted with $36 million.

Critics savaged director Bill Condon's first foray into Stephenie Meyer territory, but audiences have told a different story. "Breaking Dawn - Part 1" scored a paltry 27 percent on film review aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes, but audiences have given it a B+ CinemaScore. "Eclipse" and the first film remain tied as the best-reviewed in the series, with 49 percent each on the Tomatometer......

Friday, November 18, 2011

Reviews Are In - But What Do You Think???


A dutiful action sequence breaks the adult vibe with some cartoonish animated battles with wolves. But when all is said and done, Twilight makes a necessary quantum leap forward, while managing to end on a suspenseful note that neatly sets us up for one more round. Speaking of which, fans are advised to stay in their seats for a mid-credit teaser of what’s in store for next time.


"Do not be afraid," Bella tells herself as she prepares to stride naked upon a moon-kissed Brazilian beach and consummate her marriage to Edward.

It's been her credo through four films now in the boffo "Twilight" saga, and for all the criticism that novelist Stephenie Meyer preaches good old-fashioned abstinence, it's worth pointing out that this gutsy heroine has a habit of making up her own mind and going after what she wants, even if (like everyone in her onscreen life) we can't bring ourselves to wholeheartedly approve of Bella's determination to wed and bed a vampire at the age of 18.

"Breaking Dawn -- Part 1" marks the beginning of the end for Bella (Kristen Stewart), Edward (Robert Pattinson) and his arch rival, local wereboy Jacob (Taylor Lautner). But fear not, the fat lady hasn't sung just yet, and there's still some life left in this domesticated gothic romance, even if you can feel it draining out before your eyes, drip by drip.

It's a rare series that improves the longer it goes on. "Breaking Dawn" is too padded to compete with last year's "Eclipse," but on the other hand, the production values have gone up each time, the actors have grown more comfortable in their roles (yes, even Lautner) and with each new film comes a new, more accomplished director.

Bill Condon, taking over from David Slade, was a surprising choice for the job -- he's best known for A-list fare like "Dreamgirls," "Kinsey" and producing the Hugh Jackman Oscar telecast a couple of years ago -- until you remember his breakthrough film, "Gods and Monsters" (with Ian McKellen as "Frankenstein" director James Whale), and before that a long apprenticeship in pulp schlock.

Condon immediately makes himself at home, throwing in a sneaky tribute to "The Bride of Frankenstein" and milking the wedding sequence as if he means to outdo William and Kate. (More trees!) It's not all about the extravagance though: The cross-cutting as the couple exchange their vows is a lovely, simple touch that crystallizes the emotion of the moment.

Then Condon reverts to "Lifestyles of the Rich and Fatuous," with a ridiculously ostentatious and overlong honeymoon getaway.

Unlike Mrs. Frankenstein, Bella isn't freaked by her monstrous other half. But the long-delayed and much-anticipated love scene does have a nasty sting in the tail: In Meyer's world, it seems that sex isn't safe even within the bonds of marriage. It's not the act itself ("Awesome" -- despite the bruising and considerable property damage) but the after-effects, which I suspect most everyone knows by now include the prospects of a little bloodsucker running amok.

Having split the last book into two, screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg struggles to parse enough plot to keep this episode on the boil -- or even simmering. The aggressive threats from Washington's wolf pack ring hollow, a lame attempt to inject macho excitement into the movie's self-inflicted prolonged pregnant pause.

A doggy powwow is easily the movie's biggest unintentional howler. But mostly, Condon ladles on the atmosphere effectively enough with the now-customary indie-pop soundtrack (Iron and Wine; Sister Rosetta; Mia Maestro) so up front we're only a whisker away from a full-on musical.

And he delivers the grotesquely bloody finale with something approaching operatic gusto. We've come a long way since dads could escape labor pains by putting the kettle on and pacing outside in the hallway; this scene could send birth rates plummeting.

Critics will scoff, and this isn't a very good movie, but it's been a while since I saw anything so deliciously delirious......

We see the reviews from the "critics," but what do you think? Was it everything you hoped it would be? Did it disappoint? Was it true to the book?

Thursday, November 17, 2011

It's Here!!!

Tonight's the night!!!! Which scenes are you especially looking forward to? Where do you think they'll end it??? We've got our 12:01 tickets in hand and are READY TO GO!!! Here are some new stills to get you even more excited!! :-)

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Monday, November 14, 2011

Breaking Dawn Hollywood Premiere TONIGHT!

From LA Times Blogs:

One big difference between the "Breaking Dawn" premiere campers, and the folks farther northeast downtown at Occupy L.A.? The Twi-hards have a clear set of demands: "Twilight," "Twilight" and more "Twilight" -- and if you would cap that with a little Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner on the red carpet before "Breaking Dawn -- Part 1" premieres at the Nokia Theatre, everyone would go home happy.

The "Breaking Dawn" fans, who've been camped in tents gathered under a larger tent at L.A. Live since Wednesday, got some extra entertainment Sunday morning: Supporting cast members, including Cullen family patriarch Peter Facinelli, werewolves Jackson Rathbone and BooBoo Stewart and Volturi vixens Casey LaBow and MyAnna Buring showed up for a breakfast-time autograph session and photo fest ahead of Monday's big event.

The "big three" stars will hit the scene Monday evening.

Twilight saga author Stephenie Meyer also showed ahead of the red carpet for the first time, handing out 600 pre-autographed copies of "Breaking Dawn" and delighting fans, some of whom thanked her for friendships that had resulted because of her books.

"They're really kind to each other, which I love, and all very excited," Meyer said in a video interview Sunday, "and looking pretty good for having slept on the street."

The Ministry of Gossip will have the premiere's official live-streaming video from the red carpet starting at 5 p.m. PST -- so either bookmark this post or come back to the Ministry later to see KStew, RPattz, Taylor and more from the red carpet in Los Angeles. - Click here to view live stream

There's a premiere in London's Stratford district Wednesday, and the movie hits U.S. theaters Friday.

ClevverTV's Interview with Daniel Cudmore "Felix"

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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Per Kristen, Breaking Dawn Sex Scene Is 'All Close-Ups'


There is so much hype surrounding the "Breaking Dawn - Part 1" sex scene between Edward Cullen and Bella Swan that we probably won't ever be able to stop writing about it. The fans demand it!

Lucky for us, the stars in question keep talking about it as well, so we're all able to revel in the warm romantic (after?) glow for a little while longer. When MTV News caught up with Kristen Stewart recently, we asked what her reaction was when she finally saw the intense scene play out on the big screen.

"I think, for me, it really reflects what I felt when I was reading the book," Stewart said. "It's funny, because it's not in the book. It's totally just what you imagine in between those chapters, but without it, because you imagine it, it leads you to — it picks up right after, and then sort of really indulges in memory. And so I think that's how you see it. It's not a beginning-to-end sex scene; it's memories, it's nice. So because of that, I never really got to shoot, we didn't shoot a sex scene; it was all close-ups and such."

Stewart's steamy scene partner Robert Pattinson had a little more fun talking about the filming of their scene, in that he was happy to fulfill fans' sexual fantasies with his acting.

"That's the one time where I have felt kind of like the coolest person," Pattinson said of filming the scene. "[I thought] this is easy! I can fulfill people's sexual fantasy expectations without even thinking about it, piece of cake. That isn't acting," he joked.

"The only thing [that was difficult] is the vanity aspect," Pattinson continued. "Taylor [Lautner] just ruined the whole series for me. As soon as he buffed up, I went, 'Well, I'm throwing in the towel' on 'New Moon.' "

Taylor Forced To Eat While Shooting Breaking Dawn

From USMagazine:

Taylor Lautner famously beefed up to play werewolf Jacob Black in The Twilight Saga: New Moon. Since the 2009 film, the 19-year-old actor has maintained his buff bod -- much to the chagrin of those around him.

"I had people bringing me food and shoving it in my face, saying 'Eat, Taylor!' They sort of had to force me," Lautner tells Parade of shooting The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1. "Then I had to get my butt in the gym, and that's difficult because we were filming 12- to 15-hour days."

"I can definitely say that after my last shirtless scene, as soon as I wrapped, it was a huge celebration," the actor says. "I went out and had desert for the first time in a while, and I took few days off of the gym." Lautner -- who dumped girlfriend Lily Collins in September -- adds that he isn't worried about losing his fit physique now that filming is over.

"I've pretty much always been a pretty healthy eater and I don't pig out. If I occasionally want ice cream or something, I can have it," he tells Parade. "I've always been really active. I grew up playing sports, so I'm always shooting hoops or throwing the football with my friends. I'm super-active in that sense."

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Members of Cast Stop in San Francisco to Talk Twilight


The Breaking Dawn Part 1 cast continued their concert tour with a stop in San Francisco last night. Ashley Greene, Nikki Reed, Jackson Rathbone, and Charlie Bewley were all on hand at The Fillmore auditorium for the event, which included performances by Aqualung, Sleeping at Last, and Lucy Schwartz, who are all featured on the soundtrack. We chatted with the stars on the red carpet, and Nikki explained how she's juggling all the Twilight press with life as a newlywed while Ashley opened up about working with Kristen Stewart. Jackson shared memories from his jam sessions with Robert Pattinson and Charlie talked about being embraced by the whole cast.

The excitement continues on Monday when the stars descend on LA for the Breaking Dawn Part 1 premiere, and it looks like fans are already gearing up for the big day since hundreds of Twihards have started camping out in front of the theater.

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Kristen: I'm Shy, Not Cold and Distant


'Twilight' actress Kristen Stewart insists she is not distant and cold but struggles to talk about herself as she still has a lot to learn.

The 21-year-old actress -- who is best known for playing Bella Swan in the 'Twilight Saga' film franchise -- thinks she is often unfairly portrayed as distant and cold but believes she has that image because she finds out hard to talk about herself, reported InStyle magazine.

"I'm sometimes told I am a very distant and cold person. In real life, I'm very shy. I feel uncomfortable during interviews because I need to talk about myself. But to talk about yourself, you have to know who you are. When it comes to that, I think there are still a lot of things I need to discover about myself," Stewart said.

The actress, who is in a relationship with Robert Pattinson, also insisted she is exactly the same as everyone else and despite being famous, she shares the same life aspirations as her fans. "Being a celebrity is not really something that bothers me, it's the way it's talked about and how actors are perceived by others. People are convinced that just because we're known, our aspirations are different from theirs. But if they only knew... Our only ambition is to have friends, a good life and interesting projects. Just like everybody," Stewart added.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Nikki's Gown at Breaking Dawn Event


Nikki Reed wore a white, Maria Lucia Hohan gown with a plunging neckline and open back to a red carpet premiere of her new film, "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1," at the 2011 Rome International Film Festival in Rome over the weekend.

One of the 23-year-old actress' tattoos, made up of Russian text and located near her right armpit, was visible through flesh-colored mesh that adorned her back and sides. Reed, who plays Rosalie Hale in the movie, was joined at the event by Jackson Rathbone, who portrays her on-screen adopted brother, Jasper Hale.

Their characters are the siblings of Edward Cullen, played by male lead Robert Pattinson. The actors are promoting the movie, the latest sequel in the hit vampire series, around the world before its November release.

The red carpet event took place about two weeks after the Reed, who plays vampire Rosalie Hale, married "American Idol" finalist Paul McDonald. The two met at a film premiere in March of this year and wed in California on October 16.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Robert, Kristen & Taylor "Imprint" on Hollywood

From ETOnline:

"Twilight Saga" stars Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner left their "imprint" on Hollywood Thursday when they stamped their hands and feet in the cement at Grauman's Chinese Theatre.

The ceremony, hosted by late night host Jimmy Kimmel, began with a few words from all three of the actors. Stewart gushed, "I think this is the coolest thing I've ever done in my life." Lautner thanked them for their "unreal" support. Pattinson acknowledged fans as well, marveling both at the overwhelming support and the success of the franchise: "how young we are -- it's kind of ridiculous and amazing at the same time." He then jokingly invited the hundreds gathered there to come up and add their hand and foot prints in the concrete.

Hordes of hardcore "twi-hards" had started camping out Wednesday night for a chance to meet stars, including fans from across the country and around the globe. By the time the ceremony began, there were approximately 700-800 waiting to catch a glimpse of their favorite actors, according to the Los Angeles Times.

The actors join the ranks of just 250 Hollywood elite, notes KTLA, and that includes actors like Marilyn Monroe and Brad Pitt.

In order to accomodate the ceremony, Los Angeles police had shut down a swath of Hollywood Boulevard from the Hollywood/Highland metro station to Orange Drive for three hours.

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Breaking Dawn TV Spots


There's only two weeks left until vampires and werewolves take over movie theaters all over the country, and Summit Entertainment isn't about to let that fact slip from people's minds. Three new TV spots have arrived online for the fourth movie in the Twilight franchise, Breaking Dawn Part 1, and between them, they've got all the bases covered.

The first focuses on love and romance: Jacob (Taylor Lautner) and Bella (Kristen Stewart), the wedding, the honeymoon, and even Charlie's (Billy Burke) love for his daughter. It's very sweet and it is sure to get that new Christina Perri song stuck in your head yet again.

The second spot steps away from the romance and focuses instead on the action in this chapter of the Twilight Saga. Wolves, street parties, vampire attacks, skinny dipping, it's got it all. Maybe the fellas won't mind going to see this particular supernatural romance after all.

The last spot focuses on the baby, including creepy drawings of half-vampire fetuses that Edward (Robert Pattinson) finds, and it also hints at the gore that cast members promised at this year's Comic-Con. One thing's for sure, that last shot of Kristen Stewart is definitely scary.

Friday, November 4, 2011

Introducing Mr. & Mrs. McDonald!!

Twilight star Nikki Reed, 23, and season 10 American Idol finalist Paul McDonald, 27, tied the knot on October 16 after just seven months of courtship -- and only Us Weekly has the exclusive pictures from the couple's intimate Malibu-ranch affair!


"The first thing Paul said to me was, 'I want this to feel like an outdoor music festival," Reed says in the new issue of Us (out now). "We had blankets out so people could lie down and look at the stars when they got tired of dancing."

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Reed's best bud, D.J. Qualls, was her man of honor, while Spy Kids star Alexa Vega served as her maid of honor. Other celebrity guests included Taylor Lautner and Nia Vardalos.

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"No one stopped dancing," Reed tells Us of the reception. "Most people kicked their shoes off!"

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Breaking Dawn Director Explains Revisiting Twilight Ballad


Fans of the original "Twilight" soundtrack got a pleasant surprise when the recently released track list for "Breaking Dawn - Part 1" revealed that Iron & Wine's melancholy ballad "Flightless Bird, American Mouth (Wedding Version)" was among the cuts.

Twilighters — who are no doubt gearing up for Thursday's "MTV First" with Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner at 7:56 p.m. on MTV and — will recall that the song made its "Saga" debut in the closing moments of "Twilight" as Bella and Edward shared their first dance. And according to "Breaking Dawn" director Bill Condon, the retread of this memorable number was an important reference for him to make.

"I always thought of this movie as the bookend to the first movie, and that was such a great powerful, romantic song for those characters," he told MTV News during a phone interview last week. "It just felt right to kind of refer back to it at this important, important moment," he added about "Breaking Dawn - Part 1," the first of the two-part finale.

Of course, Condon wouldn't reveal exactly which important moment this song will accompany in the November 18 film, leaving fans to wonder whether its delicate strains will find their way into the wedding itself or perhaps Mr. and Mrs. Cullen's first dance as man and wife.

Condon did divulge, however, that the song is just one of many callbacks to earlier "Twilight Saga" films.

"[There are] quite a few," he confirmed. "Musically, I would say at the wedding there's a jazz quartet that plays a couple of tracks from 'Eclipse.' Carter Burwell has come back to do the score. He did the first movie, so 'Bella's Lullaby' features in this movie too."

Moral of the story: Keep your eyes and ears peeled for touching tributes to "Breaking Dawn" predecessors.

Be sure to tune in to "MTV First: Breaking Dawn - Part 1," which kicks off Thursday, November 3, on MTV at 7:56 p.m. ET, followed by a Q&A with Kristen, Rob and Taylor on!