mercredi 30 novembre 2011

*VIDEO* Robert Pattinson leaving the Breaking Dawn Brussels Fan Event...

with Ashley Greene...

source: Gossip Dance

Breaking Dawn Costume Designer Michael Wilkinson about Breaking Dawn...

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart...

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From MTV:
The most critical element with this movie is, of course, the wedding (*spoiler alert* though, ed note: WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN IT TWICE ALREADY?), and this was misleading in the previews but there’s a dream sequence wedding and a real wedding. How did you delineate the two dresses from each other?
The script gave us a great opportunity to get inside Bella’s thoughts about the impending wedding. There’s a nightmare wedding and her perfect wedding. For the nightmare, we chose something that was a version of the dress that she would hate to wear. Something that’s uncomfortable and a dress Bella would be embarrassed in. It was stiff and had a boned bodice that showed a lot of bare skin which she’d be horrified by because she’s a bit of a tomboy.

There’s nothing very girly about her style so we had a huge, cumbersome, puffy skirt. We just tried to picture everything she’d find difficult to deal with and import that into a dress.

The real dress fit Bella like a second skin and I was really glad about how all that worked out. It reflects her simplicity and elegance. It’s not too girly, I thought it really hit the right note of having some vintage elements while working well for a modern woman.

That dress was stunning. I went to the midnight screening and it was an entire theater filled to the gills with girls sighing in unison. The lace panel in the back with hundreds of covered buttons, we all swooned.
That’s the great thing about Kristen, she has such an amazing physique so we thought the best thing to do was to show that. The dress really reveals curves and highlights each part of her shape but it’s all covered up and so we thought it was sexy but completely elegant.

There was such speculation for a long time about who would design that dress but it was Carolina Herrera all along, right?
Carolina had worked with Stephenie personally for events. And they’d struck up a friendship and dialogue so we talked to Carolina for the dress.

As you do…
[Laughs] Right! As you do… They’d been talking about the day that this dress would hit the big screen for a while and I was happy to help with the design as a consultant because it had to work with the rest of the film. So we needed complementary language getting the same look across.

Edward looked phenomenal in his tuxedo. Details on the boys please!
We put a lot of work into that too because we wanted to have them display a special, made-to-order feel. We didn’t want people to feel like you could just go out and buy them.

Well, there’s nothing off-the-rack about any of this.
[Laughs] No off-the-rack! Never. I drew up my ideal ideas for all the tuxedos. We wanted them to have a vintage feel, that sort of Edwardian turn-of-the-century vibe. Edward says, “I’ve been waiting a hundred years to marry you,” so we thought Alice would have fun riffing off of that.
But at the same time we didn’t want it to look theatrical, we wanted contemporary, young, and fresh. I drew up something that combined the lines of Edwardian formalwear and we made it up in beautiful contemporary Italian wools and gorgeous shirting materials. We had a fantastic collaboration with Brioni. Do you know Brioni, the wonderful Italian tailors?

Uh, seriously? Do I know Brioni? Obvi. Come on Michael…
[Laughs] I’m sorry, of course you do. So I sent my drawings over to the incredible tailors at Brioni in Italy and they sent back these beautiful suits. That was a really fun.

Any other notable companies?
We worked with a number of high-end companies, Belstaff helped us with some of the jackets.

Belstaff? I can’t imagine any of the Cullens wearing Belstaff…
Right! There are two jackets that Jacob wears.

Oh, of course that makes sense.
And the jacket that Kristen wears in the wedding rehearsal scene where she’s wearing street clothes and that’s Belstaff.

Can we get onto a really important topic now? Um. Edward. IN SHORTS. Discuss.
How crazy is that?

Insane! I’d never dreamt that I’d see the back of that man’s knee.
There’s going to be so many inches of journalism written about this.

It’s breaking news. It’s MAJOR.
It’s a challenge to put an Englishman in shorts.

And Robert Pattinson is an Englishman.
They have an instant freakout! I think it has to do with their public school uniforms that they wear as kids.

It’s all charcoal boiled wool.
Completely. Itchy, scratchy… they go, NOOOOOO long pants! We tried all sorts of different lengths but we ended up with a really classic look. My references were the Kennedys on summer vacation. That classic American summer wear. We went crisp with cool natural fibers, nautical navies and whites, trying to capture that classic style. More often than not, we went with a rolled-up chino but we didn’t think we could get away with not doing a short for a Brazilian scorching honeymoon so there you go.

Speaking of textures and shapes, you know what was highly entertaining? Watching Bella arch her back and awkwardly prancing around in lingerie trying to entice Edward in that honeymoon montage.
That was such a fun moment because once you get to know Kristen, just the idea of her slipping into something black and lacy is hilarious. She has a physical aversion to it, she’s definitely your jeans and T-shirt kind of girl. I think she really didn’t find it hard to act those scenes because there’s a lot of Kristen there. And also there’s something so playful about Alice packing her bags and planting those items in her suitcase. It’s so cute.

Tell us who made the negligee and the polka dot number. I’m sure they’ll get sold out in moments I’m sure.
There will be a worldwide search. I believe the negligee was La Perla, the knickers and bra was, do you know Agent Provocateur?

This again?
[Laughs] Of course, you do. They have the sauciest, cutest, frilliest bits of wispy underwear we went in and layered some things together.
Really fun to read...!  
Click HERE to visit MTV and read the whole article ...

Via: MTV / StrictlyRobsten / @skipped_a_beat via Robstenation 

Breaking Dawn production designer, Richard Sherman, about Robert Pattinson, in "Architectural Digest"...


AD: What was it like on the set?
RS: Everyone had a good time. The three main actors are all very fun to work with. Kristen is quite serious. Rob and Taylor are a little bit wild (Tink: LMAO). Rob and Kristen are actually a couple in real life. When he’s with her, he’s a little more restrained. When she’s not around, like most guys when their wives or girlfriends aren’t around, he’s a little looser. Taylor’s a kid—he’s 19—so he was bouncing all over the place.
AD: Basically the whole series has been building toward Bella and Edward’s wedding. What was your approach to designing such a momentous scene?
RS: The way Stephenie has written it in the book, it’s a very pretty wedding—it has the white path and the white chairs that are covered in white fabric. But Bill [Condon, the film’s director] and I thought, How can we make this truly special and unique? For the people who know the books and movies, this is the wedding of the century. So we created this very organic, whimsical, fairy tale–like atmosphere—A Midsummer Night’s Dream kind of thing—with benches and seating made of branches that came out of the ground and were covered in moss and flowers. The whole forest floor was covered in moss. The ceiling was dripping flowers. (Tink: I'm in love with the wedding. Whenever I watch the film, I find myself grinning like I'm actually attending this wedding. It was very beautiful.)
you can read the whole article HERE ...

source: Architectural Digest / @DrownInIt via ROBsessed

mardi 29 novembre 2011

*NEW* "Breaking Dawn, part 1" Still With Robert Pattinson....

and Kristen Stewart...


source: Pattinson Life via ROBsessed

Jamie Campbell Bower mentions Robert Pattinson to the Daily Record (UK)



from Daily Record uk
However, since joining the Twilight franchise, Jamie has been able to absorb lessons on handling the spotlight from watching Pattinson and co-star Kristen Stewart.

"They're both incredible actors, and Kristen's someone I've admired since I first saw her in Panic Room," said Jamie.

"Rob is now someone who has mutual friends of mine, so it's nice to be able to work with people you can get along with."

source: Daily Record uk / GossipDance via ROBsessed

Rob ranks #3 on the UK’s "Heat Magazine" ’s "under 30 entertainer rich list"...


from Reuters
“Harry Potter” star Daniel Radcliffe on Tuesday topped a Heat Magazine list of the richest, young British entertainers, retaining his No. 1 position in the ranking of people under 30-years-old.
Robert Pattinson, lead actor of the rival fantasy film franchise “Twilight,” moved up to third from fifth and leapfrogged two of Radcliffe’s Potter co-stars, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint, according to the celebrity magazine.
Actress Keira Knightley, who starred in several of the “Pirates of the Caribbean” movies, remained second on the chart, while singer Adele was the highest new entry at 16.
Radcliffe, 22, who played the boy wizard in the movie adaptations of J.K. Rowling’s bestselling novels, earned 51.8 million pounds over his career, according to Heat estimates. The actor’s earnings for 2011 were 6.1 million pounds higher than in 2010.
Knightley’s earnings totalled 30.9 million pounds, ahead of Pattinson on 24.9 million, Watson on 23.9 million and Grint on 21.7 million.
Adele, whose second album “21″ is set to be the biggest selling album in the world this year, entered the list at No. 16 with a fortune of 7.7 million pounds.
Three stars dropped out of this year’s list — opera star Katherine Jenkins and model Kelly Brook both exceeded the 30-year-old threshhold and singer Amy Winehouse, ranked 15th last year, died in July.

source:  Reuters via Spunk Ransom

"Espectacular TV" Itv. with Robert Pattinson - Breaking Dawn, part 1 Press Junket


source: EspectacularTV /KStewartfans via RPLife

Carolina Herrera about Kristen Stewart and Bella's wedding dress...

because we've been waiting so much to see THAT wedding dress...
and, well you know... I'm girl... LOL...

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For months we were help in suspense waiting to find out what the Twilight wedding dress would look like – and we’ve finally seen the dress, and can now even buy the Alfred Angelo replica. But what was it like to land the coveted role of designing The Dress? And what was it like working with Kristen Stewart?

“In the initial fitting when Kristen put the dress on and looked in the mirror, she was very moved,” Carolina Herrera told Vogue in an interview. “In that moment she was not an actress or a character in a film, she was a bride, and a happy one at that. It is always very important to make the bride happy, of course, and in this case I was delighted to do so. It was a very special moment for both Kristen and the character of Bella to share.”

“I was of course inspired by Stephenie’s description of the gown in the book, but I added the touch of Herrera and also took into consideration the personality and the style of the bride,” said Herrera. “A wedding dress is both an intimate and personal for a woman – it must reflect the personality and style of the bride. Bella’s dress is romantic and filled with a timeless sophistication, very similar to the character. In a way, this dress served as a symbol of the character’s coming of age and introduction into womanhood.”

“It is always a unique process to design a wedding because every bride is different; the dress always has to be special because it is the most important day in the life of a woman. I tried doing that with this dress, but this one of course is totally different because at the end it’s a film – a cultural phenomenon. Millions of people are going to watch and it had to be precise.”

The Twilight gown – a handmade demure, floor-length style with a Bardot neckline and short train – is available to buy from Herrera boutiques in New York, Los Angeles, Bal Harbour and Dallas from January 2012.

and making of the Bella's Gown...
Here are some interesting facts about the wedding dress:
  • Stephenie Meyer and Director, Bill Condon selected this design out of ten sketches that Ms. Herrera submitted.
  • The wedding dress is handmade and took Ms. Herrera and four seamstresses six months to complete
  • The wedding dress was custom fit for Kristen Stewart.
  • The dress is made out of crepe satin and French Chantilly lace152 buttons line the back of the dress and there are 17 buttons on each sleeve
  • Ms. Herrera designed the back of the dress to be a surprise, and she considers it very romantic.
  • Ms Herrera plans to include the design in her 2012 collection and it will be available at her CHNY boutiques next year.
  • The estimated value of Bella’s wedding dress is $35,000.
  • The bridal dress company Alfred Angelo will be selling a replica of the dress in select stores retailing at $799.

source: Brides Magazine / @Kstewartfans / kstewartnews via Robstenation
source: TodoTwilightSaga

"Screengeek" Itv. with Robert Pattinson - Breaking Dawn, part 1 London red carpet


Rob's itv starts around 1:40...

source: via Gossip Dance

*NEW* "Breaking Dawn, part 1" Stills of Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart...

in HQs....!



source: HeyUGuysUK / RobPattzNews via ROBsessed

samedi 26 novembre 2011

"Breaking Dawn, part 1" Dvd and Blu Ray special feature info...

& Cover art with Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner...
from Movie Web 
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 just hit theaters on November 18, and looks to repeat atop the box office once again this weekend. Summit Entertainment has released the cover art and special features details for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1's Blu-ray and DVD release, although the studio has not revealed a release date yet. Take a look at the cover art and special features details below, and we'll be sure to keep you posted on a street date for these titles as soon as it's made available.

In the highly anticipated fourth installment of The Twilight Saga, a marriage, honeymoon and the birth of a child bring unforeseen and shocking developments for Bella & Edward and those they love, including new complications with werewolf Jacob Black.

Special Features:
  • 6-part Documentary (viewable in both standard and PIP modes)
  • Bella & Edward's Personal Wedding Video
  • Becoming Jacob
  • Jump to...(character specific favorite scenes)
  • Audio Commentary with Bill Condon

source:   Movieweb / @SkylarLSpencer via Robstenation

*Old* Breaking Dawn stills of Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart...

all in in HQs...





source: LJ: Kstewfans via ROBsessed

vendredi 25 novembre 2011

*NEW* Stills of Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in Breaking Dawn

in HQs...
from Entertainment Weekly and Premier's scans...



click to have it bigger....!

source: Heyuguys / TwilightSagaUK / RobstenDreams via ROBsessed

Once more... David Cronenberg about Robert Pattinson’s Acting...


from Huffington Post  
Cronenberg: Actors need to scare themselves. When I started to talk to [Robert Pattinson for "Cosmopolis"], it became apparent that he was terrified, as Keira was terrified to do Sabina, and that's always good.
Why did you want Pattinson for the part in "Cosmopolis"?
Cronenberg: Well I'd watched a movie that I think not too many people have seen called "Little Ashes," where he plays Salvador Dali, and he plays him as a young man and plays him with a Spanish accent. So I thought, well that's really interesting, I mean this was before he was a "Twilight" star, because, it takes a particular handsome young man to decide to play that role. And then I did watch some of the "Twilight" stuff and I watched "Remember Me" and I felt that he had a lot going on. He's supposed to be a super smart billionaire at a young age, 28 he says in the movie. It's intuition. I didn't know him as a person, but I'd figured from the movies that I'd seen, like "Little Ashes," that I could maybe interest him in doing something that's not "Twilight" obviously.

source: Huffington Post via RPLife

A trailer for Cosmopolis in January....??


for your information... Gregoire Melin is the executive  producer for Cosmopolis => Fiche IMDb

source: @Gossipgyal via Robstenation

jeudi 24 novembre 2011

"TF1" Itv. with Robert Pattinson - Breaking Dawn, part 1 Paris Press Junket

and for once, it is subtitled....!!!!!


Carter Burwell about Robert Pattinson and scoring Breaking Dawn...


from SonicScoop  
What about the fact that Breaking Dawn is a two-parter? Knowing you’re also going to be scoring Part II, does where the story goes from here enter into the picture at all for you? When you’re thinking of these themes?
Well, I’ve read the script, but I haven’t seen any of Part II yet. But I did have to write a theme that Edward plays on camera in Part II. Bill wanted to echo the “Bella’s Lullaby” scene from the first Twilight in the last part, and so I had to write a lullaby for that well in advance so Rob Pattinson could learn the fingering – he’s a musician and prides himself on being able to do that.

So we know that’s an important part of Part II. And we hint at that theme in Part I. But honestly, it was quite a challenge for me to get my head around the 80 minutes of music for this one. My scores are usually half that. So I didn’t give very much thought to Part II while I was doing Part I.
you can read the whole interview  HERE

Remember in Twilight...?!!

source: SonicScoop  / ToR via RPL

"Film Club" Itv. with Robert Pattinson - Breaking Dawn, part 1 London red carpet


Robert Pattinson's itv starts around 2:40...
As the first installment of Twilight: Breaking Dawn hits UK cinemas education charity FILMCLUB sent junior reporter Lauren to the premiere to find out more about the film phenomenon. Whether you love it or loathe it, Twilight has captured the imagination of millions of fans, and Lauren asks some of the thousands of fans lining the carpet, celebrity fans and some of the film's cast & filmmakers why they believe Twilight is so beloved by many.


*NEW* vids of Robert Pattinson from WFE - London Premiere

and also Bill Condon and Taylor Lautner

ha ha ha... 
here's a kinda very special vid... because.... I can spot us Photobucket ... a bit like... "Where is Cdl" (or Pru or Sparkle....!!! Photobucket )
We sent Magic's Jamie Edwards to the film's premiere at Westfield Stratford City where he chatted with the stars, and a few celebrity Twihards on the red (&white) carpet.

a huge thanks to Sparkle for the tips...

Even MORE... David Cronenberg about Rob...


from CinemaBlend...
Working with Robert Pattinson in Cosmopolis, is it that same process of really focusing on your actor and giving him a lot of freedom?
He's in every scene. It's quite a different structure from A Dangerous Method. I think the only similarity really is that there's a lot of dialogue, but it's a very different kind of dialogue, a completely different kind of movie. I did shoot it even more ascetically. We finished 5 days early, and I did my director's cut in two days. That's a record for me. And yet it seems to work really well. Basically you're not giving your editors much to work with. At moments he was begging me to do coverage and I wouldn't. I said I don't need that closeup, I don't want that. I'm confident that letting it hang in the long shot is the way to do it. There are classic mistakes that young directors make, they get so enamored of this tricky dolly shot or steadicam shot, then they don't want to do closeups because they think they've done this genius shot, then in the editing room they realize all the emotion, they can't see it. You have to do closeups. But that's a lesson you learn very early on in your career as a director. You have to have unshakeable confidence if you're not going to do that coverage. You have to know this is exactly what I want it to be.

Why did you want Pattinson for the part in "Cosmopolis"?
Cronenberg: Well I'd watched a movie that I think not too many people have seen called "Little Ashes," where he plays Salvador Dali, and he plays him as a young man and plays him with a Spanish accent. So I thought, well that's really interesting, I mean this was before he was a "Twilight" star, because, it takes a particular handsome young man to decide to play that role. And then I did watch some of the "Twilight" stuff and I watched "Remember Me" and I felt that he had a lot going on. He's supposed to be a super smart billionaire at a young age, 28 he says in the movie. It's intuition. I didn't know him as a person, but I'd figured from the movies that I'd seen, like "Little Ashes," that I could maybe interest him in doing something that's not "Twilight" obviously.

source: CinemaBlend