Friday, June 11, 2010

2010 Teen Choice Award Nominations -Full list

'The Twilight Saga: New Moon'

'Remember Me'
'The Runaways'

'Robert Pattinson'

'Kristen Stewart'

'Robert Pattinson, Remember Me'

'Kristen Stewart, The Runaways'

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Christoph Waltz thinks that Rob is so good in his new film that he might be up for his own Oscar this year

We knew our boy had it in him! Robert Pattinson is definitely proving to the cast and crew of his new drama, Water For Elephants, that he isn’t just his Twilight character, brooding vampire Edward Cullen. In fact, he’s SO good as a Depression-era veterinarian that he may even receive his first Oscar nomination!

When Rob’s Elephants co-star, Christoph Waltz, was asked by fans where he kept his Oscar (he won the Supporting Actor trophy this year for Inglorious Basterds) on the Filmore, Calif. set this week, he responded, “It’s in my house, but the way things are looking, I might have to hand it off to Rob next year!”

And Christoph, 53, isn’t the only person on Elephants impressed by Rob’s acting chops. “This movie is going to be amazing, and you’re going to see Rob in a completely different way, a good way,” a crew inside gushed to exclusively, adding, “It wouldn’t surprise me at all if he were to receive an Oscar nod for this role!”

The role in question? Rob plays Jacob Jankowski, a young, Depression-era veterinarian who joins the circus and falls in love with both Marlena, a circus performer (played by Reese Witherspoon) and Rosie, an elephant.

We can’t wait to see this movie! Let the Oscar buzz begin NOW!

2010 Teen Choice Award Nominations -Rob related

Best Actor(Fantasy) for New Moon -Rob
Best Actor(Drama) for Remember Me -Rob

Best Film (Fantasy) for New Moon
Best Film (Drama) for Remember Me

The Teen Choice Awards 2010 take place on August 9th in Los Angeles,California
I'll post a list with all Twilight nominations later!

Robert Pattinson On Set Interview The Twilight Saga: Eclipse


Eclipse B-Roll (Behind the Scenes Footage)


Interview with Kiowa Gordon


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Twilight Convention: Pictures

Eclipse: 3 new Stills

Kristen LiveBlog Press Converence

11:05 a.m. Kristen Stewart says she drives a Toyota Tacoma and also, sometimes, a Mini-Cooper, "Though I feel a little too flashy in that."

11:05 a.m. "If I'm doing something that makes me happy and I'm not lying to anybody," Kristen says regarding what drives her. "I have a lot of ambitions, but for the next few years, I just want to be an actor.

11:06 a.m. Is the saga taking over her life? "This is a unique situation," she says, calling it "lucky" and a "serious indulgence." She says, "This is obviously the one role that has put me in this epic position, but it's just another movie," saying that "I really don't think about my career in terms of planning it out and what this does for me. This was just a part I really wanted to play and I was lucky to play it for a long time."

11:08 a.m. "What's cool is that things change," Kristen says, regarding the major choices that Bella makes in this movie. "As soon as she sees him in the first one, it's done. But it's hard for her to get to the point where everyone will accept that," she says of the Edward/Jacob choice.

11:10 a.m. "I just stand behind people who are stronger than me for the entire movie," Kristen says of the action responsibilities in this movie. She says that her hardest scene was the one where she got to kiss Jacob for the first time, but not for physical reasons. "It was a different Bella," she says, adding, "And I was nervous as hell about it." She calls The Kiss, "a mistake" that Bella makes.

11:10 a.m. "I think if you took all of the mythical aspects away from the story, it would still stand as a really strong, interesting thing to be a part of," Kristen insists. "I don't think it's a big phenomenon because of the vampire mythical aspect," she insists, saying the appeal is about the strength of the characters and the choices she makes, though she acknowledges the vampire stuff makes it "cooler."

11:12 a.m. As I tweeted last night, "Eclipse" features more close-ups than any previous movie. "I didn't do anything differently," Kristen insists, saying that working with somebody different on each movie has been cool, because it requires you to rethink the basic ideas, rather than just coasting along. "He meets Bella through me," Kristen says of working with David Slade and introducing him to the "Twilight" world.

11:13 a.m. Kristen admits she feels sad about losing things from the book, but she's relieved that "Breaking Dawn" is going to be two movies, meaning fewer cuts. She gushes, "I can't wait to see Renesme. I can't wait to have a kid and get married."

11:14 a.m. "All of the things that annoy me about her are things that I love about her," Kristen says, regarding her favorite and least favorite Bella traits. "My favorite thing about her is that she screws up and doesn't care," Kristen says.

11:15 a.m. "I knew everything from the word 'go.' I'm really mature that way," Kristen cracks when asked if she ever had a birds-and-the-bees conversation with her own father. It's always good when she makes jokes.

11:16 a.m. "Do I believe in marriage? Yeah, sure. Whatever you want to do," Kristen says.

11:17 a.m. "That scene is eternal and I have nothing really to do in it," Kristen says of her role in The Tent scene. She had to play "sleep." She adds, "I just remember it being really hot." She's referring to actual warmth, not to being in a tent between Taylor Lautner and Robert Pattinson, though...

11:18 a.m. Kirsten is listing her favorite designers. My eyes are glazing. I'll snap out of it in a second.

11:19 a.m. Does Kristen rush into things head-on like Bella? Or does she think more. "I do what I feel and I really don't think about what it's going to do afterwards," she says of her work choices. "I'm kind of a control freak," she adds. So apparently she's a bit like Bella and then a bit not.

11:20 a.m. Are Edward and Jacob actually good romantic choices? "None of our characters are perfect. They are all so crazy and messed up and that's why they go so well together," she says. She admits that if she were a friend of Bella's, she might be warning Bella to watch out for both Jacob *and* Edward.

11:21 a.m. She's over-the-moon about doing "On the Road," which was a favorite book of hers. She starts a four-week Beatnik Boot Camp in July in preparation for shooting. She notes that a four-week preparation process is unheard of. She's noticeably excited for this one, which will be directed by Walter Salles.

11:23 a.m. "It's hard to take details of your personal life and apply them to a scene," Kristen says, asking if she can relate to certain scenes. She's referring specifically to The Tent scene, again. "I wish it wasn't as hot," she adds again. Once again, warmth.

11:23 a.m. Kristen suspects "Breaking Dawn" will be PG-13, but admits she has no idea.

11:24 a.m. "For somebody who hasn't [seen the other movies], I do feel like these movies sort of stand alone. There's a lot of backstory, so you don't need to see the other ones to see this," Kristen says. She promises it has "way more action." She also calls it "more dynamic."

11:25 a.m. The "Breaking Dawn" shoot is going to be six months, starting in October, Kristen says. She says she's known that it was going to be two movies "forever" and she admits it's been hard to keep that "secret."

11:26 a.m. Uh-oh. A personal question for Kristen about her relationship with Rob and speculation surrounding it. She has no answer and just says that speculation will probably continue.

11:27 a.m. "I really can't wait to get into that. I've been on the outskirts of what it would be like to play one of them," Kristen says, regarding getting to tap into her vampire side for "Breaking Dawn," adding, "She's going to be the coolest vampire of any of them." She looks forward to charting the full character change in Bella from the first movie through to the end of "Breaking Dawn."

11:28 a.m. Sigh. Somebody ask Kristen to compare kissing Dakota Fanning and Taylor. She says she preferred Dakota, but she's obviously just trying to get on to the next question.

11:30 a.m. Yay! Kind words for Billy Burke, one of the franchise's most underrated pieces. She's all praise for her movie father. He has a couple great scenes in "Eclipse."

11:31 a.m. Kristen emphasizes that people who call Bella a weak, codependent girl aren't reading her correctly. She's learning. She's dealing with things. She's making mistakes and gaining from them and she's becoming more sure in what she wants.

11:31 a.m. That's it for Kristen...

Taylor LiveBlog Press Converence

10:34 a.m. Taylor arrives. Natty silver blazer.

10:35 a.m. "Probably the people around me. They're what I care about. They're my motivation." That's Taylor's answer to the first question, regarding what drives him. He says he also drives a car that gets him from Point A to Point B.

10: 36 a.m. "I was bummed that I wasn't involved in too much action... I got to kiss Bella for the first time," Taylor says of new things in this movie. He says he and Rob didn't compare notes.

10:37 a.m. "I'm so thankful for the franchise and everything it's provided," Taylor says, saying he's had the time of his life. He says choosing future projects is a gut instinct. It's whatever he can watch. It's also whenever he can finish a script. He adds, "I want to challenge myself on a lot of different things."
10:38 a.m. Taylor says he doesn't have an entourage, but he has a couple guys.

10:39 a.m. "Occasionally you really want some ice cream," Taylor says, regarding the desire to cheat in his diet. He explains that it's actually just as difficult to keep the muscle mass as it was to acquire it in the first place. He says it's 10 times harder. We don't ask to check his math.

10:40 a.m. "Jacob matures quite a bit," Taylor says, though he emphasizes that the changes are all from the book, because that's what the fans want to see.

10:40 a.m. Taylor gets to work with Robert Pattison more in this movie. "Usually I have to hate him in the scenes and it's difficult. He's such a funny nice guy," Taylor says. Awww... "As soon as they call cut, we just bust out laughing," he says.

10:41 a.m. The tent scene is his favorite scene he got to do with Rob.

10:41 a.m. Even Taylor is amused by his frequent shirtlessness. "Those are the awkward scenes, where everybody is fully closed and it's raining and I'm waiting there, the only person just posing there."

10:42 a.m. Taylor can't tell us how "Breaking Dawn" will be split.

10:42 a.m. "Whatever the book says, that's most likely what we're going to do," Taylor on when he takes his shirt off.

10:43 a.m. "Chances are it might be a little different from the doll," Taylor says, regarding the "Stretch Armstrong" movie. He adds, "The cool thing with the toy is that there is no story," calling it "super-exciting and creative."

10:44 a.m. Taylor says there are a lot more pros than cons to celebrities.

10:45 a.m. More on the tent scene, specifically the line where Jacob tells Edward, "After all, I'm hotter than you." Context matters. Taylor says, "It's another one of those lines that was a little difficult to say to Rob."

10:45 a.m. "It's by far my favorite movie," Taylor says of "Eclipse." He encourages you to see it.

10:46 a.m. "Working with Mr. Cruise was really surreal. Making a movie with him would be one of my dreams," says Taylor of his experiences with Les Grossman at the MTV Movie Awards.

10:46 a.m. Taylor has never been in a love triangle, at least not since elementary school. He says he wouldn't want to find himself in the romantic situation depicted in the movie.

10:48 a.m. Ack. Awkward Taylor Swift question. No real answer. Clearly.

10:48 a.m. Taylor has only met Bill Condon once and very briefly, so they haven't talked "Breaking Dawn." He's looking forward to those conversations.

10:49 a.m. "I think that was definitely the right thing to do," Taylor says of breaking "Breaking Dawn" into two movies. "There's just so much to do with the Wolfpack and the Baby." If you could hear his tone as he says "the baby." He sure sounds... wary. As he should.

10:50 a.m. Taylor's guilty pleasures are "American Idol." He hasn't missed an episode in nine years. "I can't believe I just said that."

10:51 a.m. "Yeah. I really... I haven't started thinking about it too much..." Taylor says of the "unique romantic entanglement" he has in "Breaking Dawn." He adds, "That will be interesting, for sure."

10:51 a.m. "I wouldn't say they're weird, but they're definitely passionate," Taylor says of "weird" fan encounters.

10:52 a.m. "It definitely is surrounding yourself with your family and the friends you've been around forever," Taylor says, regarding the key to staying grounded and not getting a swelled head. "We sit at home. We're not that exciting. We watch 'American Idol' every Tuesday and Wednesday," he says.

10:53 a.m. Is anybody else thinking what I'm thinking? Taylor Lautner should TOTALLY be replacing Simon Cowell as the new "American Idol" judge.

10:54 a.m. "Yeah, you can be creative. It's a matter of choosing where you go and when you go," Taylor says, regarding whether it's possible for him to go out in public. He says he has low-key restaurants he goes to, but sometimes he just wants to go bowling, even if it becomes a zoo.

10:55 a.m. Is there anything Taylor's looking to take home with him after the movies end, anything of sentimental value? "It would probably be those little jean-shorts."

10:55 a.m. The whole cast, they're all friends. Taylor can't imagine filming without the whole cast. They hang out on the weekends. "We will definitely maintain friendship for a very long time past this franchise."

10:56 a.m. Taylor says that looks for stories when he eyes future projects. He's "super-excited" to get going on "Abduction," which starts production in three weeks.

10:57 a.m. Has Taylor ever fought for a woman in real life? "Yeah. Definitely. If it's important to you... Yeah, I've fought for a woman."

10:57 a.m. Another "Breaking Dawn" question. Does Taylor want to keep the "out-there" elements of the book. He says it's "super-important" to remain faithful to the books. "There may have to be a few little changes here and there," he acknowledges. "I think that Bill Condon, whatever he does is going to turn out amazing."

10:58 a.m. That's it for Taylor. Kristen is next...

New EClipse Clip


Extended 'Doesn't He Own a Shirt? ' - Clip


Press Converence: Pictures&Videos








Rob LiveBlog Press Coverence

11:53 a.m. Enter Robert Pattinson. This is easily the best coifed I've ever seen him at one of these events.

11:54 a.m. "I had to learn how to run properly," Rob says of new skills garnered for this movie. "I spent a lot of time on a giant treadmill, like one of those wheels mice run around in."

11:54 a.m. "I guess probably fear of failure and inadequacy complex," Rob says in response to the "What drives you?" question. And regarding what he actually drives, he says "rental cars."

11:55 a.m. "When he finds one thing to hold onto, that's where the possessiveness comes from," Rob says, explaining why Edward holds onto Bella so closely, noting that the character is becoming more integrated into the real world. He adds, "Hopefully by the end of 'Breaking Dawn,' he'll be like a normal 17-year-old guy, except very pale."

11:56 a.m. Rob says he doesn't complete with other guys for another guy's girl. "I would never be in Jacob's position," he says.

11:57 a.m. "It was good, because I never do anything with anyone else besides Kristen," Rob says of getting to work with Taylor and explore the character's "petty emotions" and the bigger scale of emotion. He describes Taylor as "really good." He appreciates just having the other guy's presence in his scenes, which allows the character to recognize that it's more than just Edward-Bella.

11:58 a.m. Kids, Robert Pattinson believes we all have souls.

11:59 a.m. He doesn't like being part of triangles, but he says "Yeah, probably" when asked if he'd ever gotten in a fight about a woman. "I don't know it it was about love," he adds. "It was more about pride."

12:00 p.m. Rob says that on "Twilight," there was a lot of behind-the-scenes head-butting to find the themes and feeling of the movie. Chris Weitz came in determined to follow through and be consistent to the first movie. And then David Slade came in and was determined to do everything different.

12:01 p.m. What was David Slade's biggest change? "I guess he was really fighting to make it not so... what's the word... solemn, I guess?" Rob says Slade wanted to speed things up, both within the scenes and for the characters.

12:02 p.m. "I've always been just playing around," Rob says, regarding whether he's had time to make music since the movies began. He says he just saw "Twilight" on TV for the first time a few days ago and he found it bizarre when his song came on. "It really shows how none of us thought it would be so massive," Rob says, regarding how he got a song on the soundtrack at all.

12:03 p.m. More on the "I'm hotter line." He says, "There's nothing you can say, it's like, 'Well yeah. You are,'" Rob jokes. He's appreciative of Taylor's many funny/catchphrase-type lines. He jokes about Taylor's time in the gray "wolf" suit Taylor has to wear.

12:05 p.m. Does Rob read his own fan sites? Does he have favorites? "It's kind of incredible the information they get so quickly. Some of them I check them just to see what my schedule is. I go to them on weekends when I can't get through to my agency," he cracks.

12:06 p.m. He respects that "Twilight" is a fanbase that's about community and that that community had built up online.

12:06 p.m. Does he worry that Edward will always domination his career. "I don't know. I hope not. I don't know. Maybe it will be a good thing."

12:07 p.m. Rob jokes that his mind and Kirsten's work differently when it comes to preparation. He tries to be more cerebral and she tries to feel things. "I don't feel confident unless I know more about the reason why I'm doing things," Rob says, though he says he does that in-depth approach more for this role than any others.

12:08 p.m. Future projects talk... His character in "Bel Ami" is talentless, but he has a sense of entitlement. Apparently he seduces many people and screws over high society. "He's a completely amore, evil character. It's a story about how the s***s can actually win sometimes."

12:10 p.m. I'll save you the plot description of "Water For Elephants." You can read the book. I should read the book. I hear it's a good book.

12:11 p.m. What was it like for Rob to fight a girl? "One of the producers said to me, 'You looked so enthusiastic in that fight scene,'" Rob says, calling Bryce Dallas Howard "the gentlest person." He adds, "Most of the really vicious stuff I did with a stunt double." He tells us that most of what he did with Bryce was "rolling around and grabbing on to each other."

12:13 p.m. Now Rob gets the Rob/Kristen question. "Do I understand the fantasy of it? No, not really. People like the stories. My basic conclusion is that they want everything to be about 'Twilight,' I guess..." He pauses for a while after promising the truth. Then? No answer. I'm shocked.

12:14 p.m. Why should people go see this movie? "Why not?" He thinks for a bit. "It's grown so big that it's become part of the cultural environment, unless I'm just imagining it," he thinks. He pauses, "I guess if you don't know what the story's about by now, you've probably never been to the cinema, so why not just go to the cinema for once?" On a more serious level, he praises the movie for its accessibility. He admits that after rewatching "Twilight" the other day, he realizes that that movie might have been a little bit less accessible.

12:15 p.m. Rob hasn't read "Breaking Dawn" yet. "I've just heard brief rumors about what happens in the story," he says.

12:16 p.m. He says the contact lenses are what lets him get into the spirit of Edward. The contacts are uncomfortable and he says, "That's what creates the pouting, brooding character."

12:17 p.m. "I like the idea of Edward having a shaved head in the last one," Rob says. He has a very different haircut now and he figures Edward may have just gotten a haircut.

12:18 p.m. "I found out about 'Breaking Dawn' being two films when the press release came out," Rob says. Is he kidding, or is Kristen just more in-the-loop? He's met once with Bill Condon, but not in detail. He loves "Gods and Monsters." He doesn't know where they're shooting or anything.

12:19 p.m. Was it hard for Rob and Taylor to keep straight faces during The Tent scene? That scene was, apparently, reshot. The first time, he apparently got claustrophobic and antsy and Kirsten sensed his agitation and tried to crack him up to loosen him up. "We got like literally one take where we got it right," Rob recalls.

12:21 p.m. That's it for Rob.

Scans: 'Famous' magazine

Anna in London for Glamour Awards

All 7 Released Clips from Eclipse in One Video


Summit confirmed: Breaking Dawn Will Be Two Films!!!

Los Angeles, CA, June 10, 2010 – Summit Entertainment confirmed today that THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN will be released as two separate films with the first of the two slated to be released in theatres on November 18, 2011. Academy Award® winner Bill Condon will direct both films starring Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner along with Billy Burke as Charlie Swan as well as returning members of the Cullen Family including Peter Facinelli as Carlisle, Elizabeth Reaser as Esme, Jackson Rathbone as Jasper, Nikki Reed as Rosalie, Ashley Greene as Alice and Kellan Lutz as Emmett.

The project, based on the fourth novel in author Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight series, is currently being written by Melissa Rosenberg with Wyck Godfrey, Karen Rosenfelt and Stephenie Meyer producing. The TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN will start production in the Fall.

THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN illuminates the secrets and mysteries of this spellbinding romantic epic that has entranced millions.

The third film in the franchise, THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE is due in theaters on June 30, 2010.

About the TWILIGHT SAGA film series
The TWILIGHT SAGA film series stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson and tells the story of 17-year-old Bella Swan who moves to the small town of Forks, Washington to live with her father, and becomes drawn to Edward Cullen, a pale, mysterious classmate who seems determined to push her away. But neither can deny the attraction that pulls them together...even when Edward confides that he and his family are vampires. The action-packed, modern day vampire love story TWILIGHT, the first film in the series, was released in theatres on November 21, 2008 to a blockbuster reception. The second installment of the film franchise, THE TWILIGHT SAGA: NEW MOON was released November 20, 2009. The franchise has grossed over $1.1 billion in worldwide box office ticket sales to date.

About Summit Entertainment, LLC
Summit Entertainment, LLC is a worldwide theatrical motion picture development, financing, production and distribution studio. The studio handles all aspects of marketing and distribution for both its own internally developed motion pictures as well as acquired pictures. Summit Entertainment, LLC also represents international sales for both its own slate and third party product. Summit Entertainment, LLC releases on average 10 to 12 films annually.

Video: Extra - Eclipse (New scenes)