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Archive for June, 2008

Kristen Stewart: Bright Young Hollywood

Posted in Actors, Kristen Stewart with tags on June 30, 2008 by twilightmovie

Vanity Fair has released a new list of up-and-coming Young Hollywood Stars that are set to conquer Tinseltown. Our beloved “Bella”, Kristen Stewart is one of them and is among th four young female stars in the Front Cover. Here is what they have to say about her:

KRISTEN STEWART Age: 18. Hometown: North Hollywood, California. Breakthrough roles: Jodie Foster’s daughter in Panic Room, Tracy in Into the Wild. Upcoming films: Adventureland and What Just Happened? Levi’s or J Brand? “Levi’s. Although I think I’m wearing nice J Brands right now.” Chuck Taylors or Nikes? Converse. Favorite designer? “Oh, I don’t know­. Anything that’s beat up. I kind of like to look like a hobo.” Role model? Jodie Foster. BlackBerry or iPhone? “I’m getting a BlackBerry. I don’t even have an e-mail address. I just need a phone that’s not gonna break.” What’s on your iPod? Van Morrison, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones. Last book you read? Under the Banner of Heaven, by Jon Krakauer. Morning or evening? “I’m a night person. I mean, look at me.” Hybrid or Escalade? “A ’95 Toyota Tacoma.” Boy crush? “My boyfriend, Michael Angarano!”

Click on the link above to read the whole article.

***thanks to vanityfair.com***

jediyoda

Twilight Tuesday: Meet Bella’s Ride

Posted in News Articles, Twilight with tags on June 25, 2008 by twilightmovie

Its Tuesday once again and thats means Twilight Tuesday is here. In this edition, we get to meet Bella’s Ride, the trusty yet beat up ‘53 Chevy. Click on the link provided to see what Taylor Lautner, who plays Jacob, have to say about Bella’s ride. Also, our favorite MTV Twilighter Larry Carroll has received a special gift from a fellow twilighter that is beyond the stars.

***thanks to mtv.com***

jediyoda

Twilight Tuesday: Cullen Crest, Additional and Deleted Scenes

Posted in News Articles, Twilight with tags on June 18, 2008 by twilightmovie

Its Tuesday once again and as per usual, MTV.com brings us Twilight Tuesdays. In this edition, we get the first glimpse of the Cullen’s family crest, some deleted and additional scenes and a sneak peak of a scene in the green house. Head over to MTV.com and see how the Cullen crest is worn by the Cullens, thoughts of Stephenie Meyer on the deleted/additional scenes along with the producers and Catherine Hardwicke’s and the thoughts of the Cullen’s on their family crest.

***thanks to MTV.com***

jediyoda

Cam’s New Role; Host Review

Posted in Actors, Books, News Articles with tags , on June 15, 2008 by twilightmovie

About.com has posted that our favorite bad-ass vampire, Cam Gigandet aka James have landed a lead role in Kid Cannabis, an action drama based on a true story of a couple of young Idaho guys who find fortune by building a multimillion-dollar marijuana ring. The film will be directed by Turistas director John Stockwell.

Production is expected to begin mid-July.

Globeandmail.com has posted a review of Stephenie Meyer’s latest book, The Host. It described as the “Invasion of the body snatchers - but the nice ones.” Here is some except:

Like Twilight, The Host is candid, character-driven and presents a strong underlying message of acceptance and understanding. It is Meyer’s ability to develop not only fascinating characters but intriguing relationships that puts her writing a cut above average. Her fluid, expressive prose makes every character seem dynamic and endearing. Meyer details each character’s emotions and experiences in such an extraordinary manner it’s hard not to be drawn into the text.

The Host also contains many of the same overarching themes as Meyer’s other work: inner conflict, good versus evil, freedom of choice, the duality of humankind, and integration versus marginalization. While classified as science fiction, The Host is an eclectic blend of numerous other genres as well, including romance, adventure and comedy. The book’s expansive themes and genre blending will likely broaden the scope of its audience beyond the realm of science fiction fans.

To read the whole review, click on the link above.

***thanks to globeandmail.com & abour.com***

Twilight E-card Widget

Posted in Twilight with tags on June 13, 2008 by twilightmovie

Cinematical.com brings exclusively brings you the Twilight E-card Widget. Share the Twilight goodnes by sharing it to your friends. Don’t also forget to visit the Twilight Movie Website for any updates.

***thanks to cinematical.com***

jediyoda

Meet Stephenie Meyer

Posted in News Articles, Steph Meyer with tags on June 13, 2008 by twilightmovie

Indigo Books and Music is giving all Canadians a chance to meet Stephenie Meyer during her Breaking Dawn Book Tour. One lucky fan will be able to meet Ms. Meyer during the New York leg of her tour. The winner will receive the following prizes:

  • Two VIP tickets to the “The Breaking Dawn Concert Series” (August 1st, 2008 at the Nokia Theatre, Times Square, New York City
  • Airfare for two to New York City
  • Overnight Accommodation in New York City
  • Special Copy of Breaking Dawn, with limited edition signed bookplat

Contest runs until July 15, 2008. For more information, you may visit chapters.idigo.ca Fans who have pre-ordered Breaking Dawn are automatically entered in the contest.

***thanks to newswire.ca***

jediyoda


Twilight News Round-up

Posted in News Articles, Steph Meyer, Twilight, Videos with tags , on June 12, 2008 by twilightmovie

Stephenie Meyer has taped a short message for her fans about the upcoming release of her new bok, Breaking Dawn, for Barnes and Noble.

Books on Board has releases their List of Bestsellers for the Beginning of June and, The Host and the Twilight Fantasy Series ebook Bundle are still in the top 10.

Ocolly.com has released an article about Twilight, recommending it as a fantasy series worth sinking your teeth into.

Reelz Channel has posted another video where fans of Harry Potter and Twilight are seen defending their views and opinions regarding both franchises through video blogs in You Tube.

***thanks to Reelz Channel, Twilight Lexicon, Books on Board***

jediyoda

Carter Burwell to score Twilight

Posted in News Articles, Twilight with tags on June 11, 2008 by twilightmovie

Filmmusigmag.com is reporting that Carter Burwell, who recently finished scoring the Coen Brothers film, Burn After Reading, is set to score Twilight. Set to be released on december 12, Twilight marks the return of Burwell to a fantasy/horror score since the Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 which came out in 2000.

***thanks to twilight lexicon***

jediyoda

Twilight Tuesdays: Breaking Dawn Tour with Blue October

Posted in News Articles, Steph Meyer, Twilight with tags on June 11, 2008 by twilightmovie

MTV.com exclusively brings you the news of the Breaking Dawn Tour. Stephenie Meyer is going to have a “Breaking Dawn Book Tour” during the release of her new book and a friend is tagging along with her, Blue October’s Justin Furstenfeld. Ms. Meyer has listened to Blue October’s song in the past when she was writing her books particularly ‘New Moon and Eclipse’. Now, the unlikely duo will tour the country together, bringing you a story-and-song-fueled special events. So better take note of these dates and venues:

· 8/1 - New York City @ Nokia Theatre at Times Square
· 8/5 - Chicago @ Harris Theater
· 8/7 - Los Angeles @ Royce Hall
· 8/12 - Seattle @ Benaroya Hall

Tickets will be sold at $20 each and will go on sale on June 21 at 10 a.m. EST. More information will be posted soon at StephenieMeyer.com and on TheTwilightSaga.com. Get your books, things or whatever ready so that you can have it signed by Stephenie Meyer.

Click on the link provided above to read the interview of Justin Furstenfeld.

***thanks to mtvmoviesblog.com***

jediyoda

Kristen and Nikki: Top 30 Hottest Young Actress

Posted in Actors, News Articles, Twilight with tags on June 10, 2008 by twilightmovie


Two Twilight ladies made it to The Movie Fanatics’ List of Top 30 Hottest Young Actress. Kristen Stewart and Nikki Reed both made it to the list, with Kristen placing at #18 while Nikki is at #22. Here is what they have to say about the two:

Kristen Stewart

Watch out for Kristen Stewart as she establish herself in 2008 to be one of moviedom’s most sought-after leading ladies! Up to now, what we see of Stewart are notable supporting roles, and while she maintains her consistency in choosing her projects- these movies remain at best, ’shows only her potential’- Panic Room, Catch That Kid, Speak, Zathura, The Messengers, In the Land of Women, and the critically acclaimed Into the Wild.

But that is about to change- as she leads a pack of promising young talents in this year’s most anticipated movie- Twilight.

Says the actress on her role as Bella:

” I feel like she is a generally relatable character, you know, it’s like in the beginning of the story it’s not her choice to go to Forks, but really she HAS no other choice, it’s like, “Well, i don’t want to be on the road with my mom’s boyfriend”. I think what makes the love story so effective is that she doesn’t have any real connections with people, she’s bored and displaced. She is easily related to by most kids that age, and not just girls, but mainly because it’s…she doesn’t have…People really like her, she’s good hearted. She’s honest, she’s friendly, but she’s not really interested in other people, it’s sort of like she’s not an introvert but nothing dazzl… i can’t believe i actually just said the word dazzles! “

Nikki Reed

Outspoken on issues she feels strongly about, Nikki Reed is not only an actress but also a screenwriter. Together with filmmaker Catherine Hardwicke, Reed wrote the screenplay for the award-winning film entitled Thirteen. Together they finished the script for the semi-biographical film in six days, an incredibly fast time for a Hollywood script to be written in. Producers asked Reed to play a role in the film because they had trouble casting it, considering it an “uncomfortable” role for most young actresses. The film, starring Evan Rachel Wood, was released in 2003 to glowing reviews, giving Reed recognition in Hollywood as both an actress and a screenwriter.

Scott Lyle Cohen, reviews the film:

Reed’s involvement makes Thirteen the grittiest, most honest portrait of teendom since Larry Clark’s Kids (1995). She reveals, as only an insider could, the idiom and body language specific to the adolescents who hang out in the parking lots, malls and streets in every town across America. “Most teen movies,” says Reed, “are fantasies, like The Princess Diaries [2001]. But my movie is coming from a completely different angle, which is truth. This is what really happens.” And as tough as Thirteen is to watch at times, it’s impossible to turn away.

Reed also appeared in several films, including Lords of Dogtown and Mini’s First Time. She will also portray Rosalie Hale in the upcoming film adaptation of the book Twilight by Stephenie Meyer.

To view the complete list, click on the link provided above.

***thanks to twilight lexicon***