Just another miserable day in the life of Kristen Stewart. The introverted Twilight actress spent a night down in Los Angeles this weekend, and was accosted by photographers as she tried to make her way into LAX to return to Vancouver yesterday. In a recent interview, KStew divulged the ways in which fame has paralyzed her life – “I don’t leave my hotel room — literally, I don’t” – and judging by her expression, we’d guess she’s pretty pissed off that the paparazzi’s constant attention has forced her inside.
At least she’s got some old lady hobbies to keep herself entertained. Stewie strolled into the airport lugging a set of knitting needles, and she’s also been spotted on-set knitting up a storm. Maybe she’s making a new beanie for her beloved Robert Pattinson?
But her grandmotherly interests don’t stop there! A fellow passenger on her flight back to the ‘Couve tweeted about the starlet devouring Mark Twain‘sLetters from the Earth on the plane.Awww – she’s a granny and a geek! Just another reason we adore our favorite anti-Hollywood icon. [Photo: Splash News Online]
Poor OK! Magazine. The tabloid finally figured out that no one was interested in buying its boring cover stories about Jennifer Aniston’s phantom fetuses, and is desperately wooing the Twi-hards, hoping they can save their flailing rag. Sadly, no true Twilight fan (yes, we mean TheFABlife staff) is gonna fall for this kinda crap.
The magazine’s cover alludes that Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart – the world’s most introverted and camera-shy stars since J.D. Salinger – declared – to a tabloid - “we’re already like a married couple!” It also boasts of exclusive photos of their shared hotel suite (alleged, natch) and insider info on their relash, that OK! claims, through clever word choices, were supplied by Robsten. Nice try.
As Jezebel points out, OK! claims the that couple shares an entire floor of the hotel, but their exclusive hotel photos are just ripped off the Sheraton’s website. Then there are the horrendously cheesy descriptions of their time together, that are so sappy even Stephenie Meyer wouldn’t write them: “Their room contains no fewer than six natural gas fireplaces, in front of which Rob serenades Kristen with Van Morrison and John Lee Hooker tunes on one of his Gibson guitars,” and “[after a run-in with paparazzi] they ascended to their celestial nest and left the real world behind.”
So not okay, OK!. Luckily, sensible Twilight twitter sites (like the hilarious KStew411) are openly mocking the glorious, steaming pile of BS. We Twi-hards may love vampire stories, but even OK!’s claims are too fantastical for our tastes. [Photo: OK!]
Check out photos of the alleged lovebirds in the gallery below.
You’re playing with fire, Robert Pattinson. The Twilight star has brazenly suggested that no one wants to get to know the real RPattz. “Girls scream out for Edward, not Robert,” the poor soul told the Sydney Morning Herald from a promotional event for New Moon in France. “I still can’t get a date.” Oh noes! Does Kristen Stewart have him trapped in the friend box? Does his breath smell like blood slurpees?
Maybe the Twilight madness just has the poor fellow confused. “To be honest, I still don’t really understand what’s going on. Like yesterday, I was having lunch down the road. We were in this place for a couple of hours and suddenly there was like 400 people outside on the street. It was just so nuts and it’s like that all the time now.” We, Robert? As in you and another person? As in a date? As in a date with Kristen Stewart? Fess up!
Check out the dateless wonder in the mega gallery below.
Twi-hards are going crazy today for these new photos of Allure Magazine’s November cover girl, Kristen Stewart. We can’t say we blame them; KStew looks stunning, and for a girl who claims to be awkward, she certainly knows how to work it in front of the camera. You can check out all the pics in our gallery below. Be sure to peep her style evolution, too. Looks like she’s revisiting her tomboy roots these days! [Photos: Allure]
Our pal Dan over at College Humor noticed something funny about Kristen Stewart: the girl gets off on biting her lip – a lot. In just about every movie she’s in, she’s constantly chomping down on her pretty pink mouth. We’ve seen her do it in interviews too, so it must just be some strange habit K-Stew can’t kick. Perhaps she’s just practicing her vamp moves for Breaking Dawn?
Much to the Internet’s discomfort, the last few months have produced hundreds of videos of teenagers high on hormones reacting to the Twilight: New Moon trailer. While their overly exuberant and awkwardly sexual screams may have caused you to vow to avoid movie theaters on November 20th (New Moon‘s release date), we would like our readers to know that not all Twi-hards are deafening.
There exists a quieter, much cuter, feline fanbase. They call themselves “Twi-Cats” and they’re blowing up YouTube with their little paws, purring over Jacob’s muscles and captivated by Edward’s confrontation with the Volturi. TheFABlife has compiled the most die-hard of Twi-Cats into one video for your viewing pleasure. Meeeeeeow!
[Starring, in no particular order: Chloe, Cleo, Finn, Rudy, Winston, Bronson Shaw Floofenheimer, John Pookie McClane, Sebastian, Abigail, Sadie and Stella]
We’re only six weeks out from the premiere of the next installment in the Twilight film series, and New Moon fever is officially underway. Today we celebrate Cullen mania with the world premiere of Death Cab for Cutie‘s new video for their song “Meet Me on the Equinox,” the first single to be released off the New Moon soundtrack. Cue squeals and excited shrieks – now!
Death Cab bassist Nick Harmer said of the new track, “This song marks the first attempt that Death Cab for Cutie has ever made at contributing new, unreleased material for a film. It just seems a perfect synergy that a band from the Northwest would create a song for a series of novels set in the Northwest. We are not only proud to be a part of the Twilight legacy but also honored to join so many other fantastic artists that have leant their amazing creativity to this soundtrack.”