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Sunday, February 28, 2010
Friday, February 26, 2010
Gossip Cop confirmed the booking with a representative for the show.
Pattinson will be in New York promoting his film, “Remember Me.”
He and co-star Emilie de Ravin will appear together on “The View” earlier that day.
As Gossip Cop previously reported, he’ll also be seen that week on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” celebrating the host’s one-year anniversary."
2. Suzi Quatro – “The Wild One”
3. MC5 – “It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World”
4. David Bowie – “Rebel Rebel”
5. Dakota Fanning – “Cherry Bomb”
6. The Runaway – “Hollywood”
7. Dakota Fanning – “California Paradise”
8. The Runaways – “You Drive Me Wild”
9. Dakota Fanning & Kristen Stewart – “Queens Of Noise”
10. Kristen Stewart & Dakota Fanning – “Dead End Justice”
11. The Stooges – “I Wanna Be Your Dog”
12. The Runaways – “I Wanna Be Where The Boys Are (Live)”
13. Sex Pistols – “Pretty Vacant”
14. Joan Jett – “Don’t Abuse Me”
I am totally excited to hear this soundtrack! What I heard of 'Cherry Bomb' from the trailer sounds great! You can preorder the soundtrack on The Runaways Soundtrack site & Amazon. The soundtrack will be released March 23rd.
Source: Rolling Stones Magazine via Lion & Lamb
Thursday, February 25, 2010
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
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Monday, February 22, 2010
Kristen talks about feeling lucky to have won the Orange Rising Star Award & says she is excited to see the Newborn Vamps in 'Eclipse' she says they look "insane"
via Eclipse Movie
I think it was great that Kristen thanked her Twilight fans in her acceptance speech:
"Wow. Thank you. I guess first I have to thank all the fans of Twilight for proving again and again to be THE most devoted and attentive fans ever. Considering this is voted, credit is due to them so thank you. To the other actors nominated, I am so blown away by you that I can't even describe it. To be voted among you is just overwhelming. And I'd like to say hi to my family."
Sunday, February 21, 2010
Friday, February 19, 2010
From E!'s Marc Malkin:
"Yeah, I'm going," Stewart just told me when I asked if we'd be seeing her on March 7 at the Academy Awards. "Me and Taylor are going to present."
Stewart admitted she's very nervous.
"I've been looking at shoes," she said. "I'm trying to pick shoes that I know I won't fall down in."
I chatted with Stewart at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, where she'd been holed up for most of the day promoting her new drama, The Yellow Handkerchief, with costars Eddie Redmyane, Maria Bello and William Hurt.
In a couple of days, she'll be in London for BAFTA's Orange Awards, where she's a Rising Star nominee.
"I feel so funny about it," Stewart said. "Really cool people have won, and really cool people are up for it this year. And I know a few of them, like Jesse [Eisenberg] and Carey [Mulligan]."
Read more @ E! online.
I totally have expressed that I too would want Breaking Dawn as 2 films! I agree that nothing from the book should be cut out of the movie!
The BAFTA Awards will be on this Sunday Feburary 21st. People in the UK can see them on BBC1 at 9pm. E! (in the UK) is showing the Red Carpet starting at 5pm and BBC3 are showing the Red Carpet from 7:30pm.
People in the US can watch the awards show at 8pm EST/ 7.30pm PST on BBC America.
And if you can't get any of those Here is a stream (which will hopefully work on the night)Kristen Stewart is up for a BAFTA! It would totally rock if she won & Rob was the presenter!
Thursday, February 18, 2010
I kind of wondered if this wouldn't be the case! Woot! Just another reason I am excited to see Remember Me!
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
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Monday, February 15, 2010
By John Powers. Photographed by Norman Jean Roy.
Ask Robert Pattinson and Emilie de Ravin about shooting their new movie, Remember Me, and they instantly start talking about the throngs of Twilight fans and pushy paparazzi who swarmed around them as they filmed on the streets of New York.
"It was the most ridiculous experience," says Pattinson, flashing the sweet, shy smile those crowds hoped to see. "You're trying to stay in character and you're trying to walk down the street, but all those people keep reminding you that you're not this character, you're—"
"A show pony," cracks de Ravin, and the two burst into laughter.
Although this duo could hardly be more different—de Ravin, 28, boasts the easy physical confidence of a onetime ballerina, while the slouchy 23-year-old Pattinson is all self-effacing bemusement—their effortless rapport is the emotional anchor of Remember Me. Pattinson stars as Tyler Hawkins, an alienated and confused young man from a wealthy family—"It's not too Rebel Without a Cause," he jokes—who gets involved with Ally (de Ravin), the daughter of a cop who arrested him after a street fight. Where Twilight treats him as the object of desire, a role that requires as much posing as acting, this character-driven drama brings out his most emotionally complex performance so far. Whether Tyler's raging at his distant father, Charles (played by Pierce Brosnan), or charming Ally, he has a surprisingly deft comic touch; Pattinson is now the one doing the chasing.
Which is precisely what both of them wanted—to show what they can do outside the juggernauts of Twilight and Lost.
Remember Me may well prove the big-screen breakthrough for de Ravin, an Australian still best known as the new mother, Claire, on Lost, a role that was often undemanding. "I was always holding the baby in every scene," she says, "while everybody else was going off shooting people." Here, she throws herself into the conflicted passions of Ally, a young woman who, eager to escape an adoring but overprotective father, struggles to break through her own veneer of toughness.
For his part, RPattz (as he's known to his teen worshippers) is eager to start playing complicated human beings and not just heartthrobby vampires. Not that he doesn't relish being Edward Cullen or feel loyal to his fans, but he still hasn't figured out how to cope with being an international icon in an era when it seems impossible to escape the public eye.
"Everybody knows where everybody is," he says. "The Twitter thing is unbelievable. I went out a couple of times with Pierce. He's totally recognizable, and he makes no effort to tone it down. Some people were glancing over at us in the restaurant, and he just went over and introduced himself. And it does work. It dissipates all the attention."
So, does Pattinson use this trick?
"Me?" he says, shaking those famously tousled locks, "I just crawl under the table."
"Hot-blooded Romance" has been edited for Vogue.com; the complete story appears in the March 2010 issue of Vogue.