This is the third soundbite from my interview with Robert Pattinson – this time he speaks about New Moon, his character Edward and how it was to work with Chris Weitz. (Very good apparently.) Hope you like it!
I will post two more of these next week – after that there will be full blown media frenzy when the New moon promotion tour kicks in and there will be new photos and interviews every second day. Yay! Can´t wait for the…Continue
Added by Fe Pattz on October 29, 2009 at 7:48am —
Rumored new couple Taylor Swift and Taylor Lautner have a spirited conversation in the front seat of an Audi R8 sports car as they tour the town around Los Angeles on Wednesday evening (October 28).
The Valentine’s Day costars stopped off at Alice & Olivia for some window shopping are are making headlines on the status of their relationship. The duo were most recently spotted out a hockey game on Sunday…Continue
Next month's "New Moon" release features a number of changes from its sequel's debut this time last year. There's new director Chris Weitz; a new cast of characters, including bad vampires and a wolf pack; and Taylor's Lautner's 30 pounds of muscle. But one of the most exciting changes from last year's "Twilight" is purely visual in nature: shooting the third act of the film on location in Italy.
"Wow, am I glad we were able to shoot there," Weitz said…
CDM Magazine snagged Bronson Pelletier between sessions at Armageddon Expo. “You know that you’re at ARMAGEDDON EXPO when there are literally no lines in the girls bathroom. You also know when BRONSON PELLETIER (of ‘Twilight’ saga / looming ‘New Moon’ fame) is in the house, able to be judged by the sound-level of screaming girls. Here’s a tip for all you wannabe-future Mrs. Pelletier’s, the boy likes oreos.”
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Added by Fe Pattz on October 28, 2009 at 7:28am —
In the second part of this exclusive interview, New Moon director Chris Weitz discusses Robert Pattinson’s role in the film, the challenge of the visual effects and the elements he feels works most effectively.