“How have I changed?” Nikki Reed asks me. “I’m curious.” Reed herself hasn’t changed in the year since we met to discuss the first Twilight movie. She is the same smart, outspoken, engaging girl she was when we met in September of 2008. But things around the actress, who plays Rosalie, sister of Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), in the hugely successful movie series, sure have changed. When we met in September of last year we met sans any… Continue
Journalist Oscar Uriel from MSN Mexico interviewed Kristen Stewart during Comic Con last month. Here’s the complete translation of the interview.
Stewart arrived with a heroin chic look, probably because of the movie she’s filming ‘The Runaways’. She completely avoided any visual contact with the journalists interviewing her.
I’ve been told…Continue
Without giving away any spoilers, it must have been a shock when you read book four.
Taylor Lautner: "It was. I know when I heard it I was very surprised. [spoiler deleted]… But the series is great. I'm in love with the series. I've never been a book reader, never really read any books besides Twilight. Very rarely, maybe an occasional school book."
You were really into sports, right?
Taylor Lautner: "Yes, I was - lots of sports my whole life."
After a light day of filming, Kellan Lutz who is playing Emmett Cullen in Twilight, met me for a casual chat. I was jotting down a few last-minute questions when Kellan entered the lobby of the hotel. It just took a smile and hug to calm my anxious nerves. It is one thing to do an interview over the phone or computer, but meeting face-to-face is a whole new can of worms to me. Kellan was in a great mood, it was just one more day until he was off… Continue
Paris Match has a brand new interview with New Moon author Stephenie Meyer:
Paris Match: How do you explain “Twilight” success?
Stephenie Meyer: It is more and more mysterious, but it’s deeply moving. When I started writing, the Vampire’s theme was a pretty strange subject. I did not think to write a novel about it. Then I was intrigued by the characters, by the story. I could not stop playing with them, to let them evolve.… Continue