While the makers of The Yellow Handkerchief are likely grateful for star Kristen Stewart‘s Twilight fame—that has to put a few more pennies to the promotional budget—it must be frustrating to discover the pullquotes from her promotional appearances aren’t about her emotional roadtrip drama with William Hurt, but whether Breaking Dawn, the final chapter of the teen vampire epic, should be two films. “It would be hard to cram all of it into one movie,” she told E! News. “I mean, it looks like a ‘yes,’ but it’s still not concrete.” Hard to imagine the studio would mind dragging their cash cow out for an extra cinematic chapter.
Watch Kristen bite her lip and nervously roll her eyes in a black mini-dress alongside co-stars Hurt, Maria Bello and Eddie Redmayne in the gallery below. She just can’t help it!
That’s right, ladies…he’s legal! New Moon studmuffin Taylor Lautner turns 18 today, freeing a nation of ab enthusiasts to incorporate his ridonkolous chassis into their slash fiction. Next time some Twi-hard’s mother asks Taylor to sign her underwear, there’s nothing keeping him from whisking the aging Team Jacob member away on a moonlight motorcycle ride before putting the F in MILF at a four-star hotel. Nothing criminal, anyway.
Celebrate Taylor’s entree into manhood by popping on “Hungry Like The Wolf” and scouring the mega-gallery below.
Kristen Stewart was out promoting two new movies this week at Sundance: The Runaways and Welcome To The Rileys, and it was the first time she’s been spotted in public since promoting Twilightlast fall (and vacationing with Robert Pattinson, natch). The angsty actress notoriously loathes the limelight, so we were curious if she drew from her own run-ins with crazed Twi-hards and paparazzi to inspire her portrayal of Joan Jett, and the singer’s rise to the top of the music world in the 70’s. We tracked her down on the red carpet and she filled us in on how her screaming fans really helped her nail the role.
Twilight co-stars Kristen Stewartand Dakota Fanning are definitely invading each other’s personal space in the just-released stills from The Runaways. As Joan Jett and Cherie Currie, respectively, the talented actresses sizzle in their jumpsuits, platforms, and mullets. Take a closer look below. [Photo: Apparition]
When news broke that George Clooney‘s Hope for Haiti Now telethon would airing Friday at 8PM EST on VH1, MTV and just about every channel on your television set, scant details were available as to which celebs would be involved in the show. But that didn’t stop us from starting our Official Hope For Haiti NowTelethon Lineup guessing game. We’re happy to report that our initial list is shaping up to be remarkably accurate (Anderson Cooper‘s involvement doesn’t count because he’s a newsman who sometimes acts like a celebrity, not an actual celebrity).
As for Robert Pattinson, he’ll be hosting the London segment of Hope for Haiti Now. Clooney and pals will be based at the show’s headquarters in Los Angeles while Anderson Cooper reports from Ground Zero in Haiti. Performances will take place in L.A., New York and London.
With a Critics’ Choice lineup that includes Adam Lambert and Sarah Silverman, we had a hunch that this year’s show would feel a bit younger and maybe a bit sexier. Now it’s official! We just got our hands exclusively on a skit that will air as part of the show. The clip contains CCMA host Kristin Chenoweth making a bloody mess of herself while auditioning to play Bella in New Moon. We’re sure these skits will provide comic relief between thoughtful acceptance speeches made by A-list actors.
Wow, Taylor Lautner really is seventeen. The Twilight star reportedly has a plan to win back former girlfriend Taylor Swift. “He plans to overwhelm Taylor with four dozen red roses, a diamond friendship ring and a romantic dinner date when they’re both in Los Angeles” to promote their upcoming film Valentine’s Day, says some squealer to the Enquirer. “Lautner isn’t accepting her rejection. The way he sees it, this is nothing more than a minor setback in an enduring love affair.” Seriously—dude’s seventeen.
While their reported problems—he’s a health food nut, she wants to “focus on career”—seem more than surmountable, there’s no way this plan is going to work if a) it’s already being reported in the Enquirer and b) not a figment of the tab’s imagination. Let’s just hope Lautner doesn’t bring those roses out on the red carpet. Remember when Lisa Simpson shot down Ralph Wiggum on TV?
Greene explained the artistic process she underwent to prepare for the shoot, saying “It took the artist 12 hours to paint the SoBe scales on each skinsuit. But it was totally worth it. It’s an experience I’ll never forget.” It’s probably an experience most 12-to-22-year-old boys sitting at their computer won’t forget either. For a complete look at the seductively boob-heavy photo gallery, check out the SoBe site.
The New Year is upon us, and while resolutions and wishes are abound, we’re wondering what’s brewing in the world of cinema. Anticipation is already sky-high for the third film of The Twilight Saga and the first half of the final film of the Harry Potter series, but what else is waiting in the wings? We’ve got Angelina Jolie in a wig, Megan Fox in a corset, and an uber buff Jake Gyllenhaal.
Here are 10 movies worth your $12.50 + popcorn in 2010.
The Wolfman: February 12th
Benicio Del Toro has been holding out on us! Typically attracted to critic-friendly films (Traffic, Things We Lost in the Fire, Che), Del Toro gets horrific for Valentine’s Day weekend in The Wolfman,starring as the legendary moon-hatin’ monster. Critics’ Choice-nominatedEmily Blunt plays his fur-lovin’ love interest and always-great Anthony Hopkins co-stars as Del Toro’s father.
Alice in Wonderland: March 5th
Tim Burton + Johnny Depp. Do we really need to say more? Previous collaborations of the eccentric duo include Edward Scissorhands, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. This fantastical gothic version of Lewis Carroll’s classic tale is sure to be visually stunning and over-the-top. Naturally Johnny Depp is The Mad Hatter, while Australian actress Mia Wasikowska snagged the role as Alice. Burton’s wife Helena Bonham Carter plays the part of The Red Queen with Anne Hathaway as The White Queen. Other highlights include Alan Rickman as The Caterpillar and Michael Sheen as The White Rabbit. Can you feel our excitement?