October 25th, 2010

Kristen featured on STAR INC (Canada) - new interview


November/December 2010 Issue 

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Star Inc:You will yet again will take on the part of Bella, with the beginning of making Breaking
Dawn, the final installment of the Twilight Saga…

Kristen: I hope that I will manage to make the people forget Bella some years from now, once Twilight will definitely be over. In the meantime I follow the evolution of Bella in becoming a vampire. The making of BD offers a mulitide of challenges. I love that!

SI: Would you like to become a vampire in real life?
K: No, I like the idea of aging and dying eventually. Ask me the question again in 40 years, when I will be old and wrinkly – then I will maybe give you an answer which is quite contrary! (laugh)
SI: Bella will get all the powers that the Cullen members have. Which one would you really like to possess?
K: I would love to read people's thoughts. I often wonder what the people I talk to think and if they are telling me the truth…

SI:  What do you do to find inner peace?
K :  I know my limits and I understand what to do in order not to go beyond them. I love it much more to listen than to talk. I was in terror during my first encounters with the press. I was afraid of the questions, afraid not to know what to answer, afraid to say something stupid or to come across like an idiot.
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Rob talks about his music?



UPDATE: MTV News reached out to Robert's management for comment and was told there was no truth to this story. It's just "another headline generated by the internet," his manager wrote in an email.

Smouldering Twi-star Robert Pattinson has made no secret of his wish to have a music career. In fact he even got himself a slot on the Twilight soundtrack. Now Rob has opened up on his singing abilities, revealing he thinks his ‘depressing’ tracks will only become popular when he’s dead. 

Despite wanting a music career, Rob has admitted he doesn’t think many people will like his intense songs, and doesn’t see himself ever having widespread singing success.

"I am sure I'll be one of those artists that people don't pay any attention to while I'm alive, and when I am dead people will go yeah, man, that was a work of art" he said in a recent interview.

"I see myself playing in a rundown blues bar, with about three people drowning their sorrows. I play according to my mood, and sometimes that can come across as very depressing in music."

But despite not wanting his music to become mainstream,Rob admitted he likes Simon Cowell, and watches some of his shows.  

"I love Simon, I think he is a great personality and I think his shows are entertaining" he said.

"He is a clever guy and he created artists that he knows the public will like, that's why I don't think he could ever launch my music career. I am selfish with my music. I get my guitar and I play what I like, but the problem is I don't think many other people would like it."

 FYI - The source of the interview is not revealed, only that it's "recent", but The Sun first published the story last night. We hesitated to post here because, well, it's the The Sun, but other media outlets are picking up the story, so....

Is the new Superman bearing a resemblance to Edward Cullen?



In "Superman: Earth One," the Man of Steel is a conflicted 20-year-old who's trying to find his way in the world, bearing more of a resemblance to Robert Pattinson from the "Twilight" movies than Christopher Reeve from the Superman films.
He wears hoodies, has smoldering eyes and, as a lanky Clark Kent, wears low-cut pants and hipster skinny ties. Artist Shane Davis also made him less physically imposing -- shorter and less beefy -- than he has traditionally been depicted.

"We wanted to tell a story that's hip, sexy and moody," said DC Comics' co-publisher Dan DiDio.

James Gandolfini talks about being impressed with Kristen



Gandolfini was also greatly impressed by Stewart, who between blockbuster Twilight episodes, has been building quite a gallery of lost-girl portraits in indies like The Yellow Handkerchief, The Runaways and Adventureland.

"She’s a young girl who reads," he marvels. "She’s questioning things and she works very hard to do things that mean a lot to her. I like Kristen a lot and admire her. Especially when I think of myself at that age — which was, y’know, ridiculous." 

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Kristen Fashion - goodbye Sergio Rossi and hello KEDS



At the end of day, Kristen Stewart, who always makes sneakers a trend on and off the red carpet, comes down off her 5 and 6 inch Sergio Rossi’s and Jimmy Choo’s to be comfortable like the rest of us.

She switches over into her Keds. You know, those simple, classic sneakers? The ones that have been crawling along since 1916? She doesn’t wear the sequined ones or the bubble gum pink ones; she loves the darkest black ones. As in, black sole, black laces, black everything.

They’re cute, they’re comfortable (sizes 5 to 13!) and cheap ($35!). Also, they're very cool as Kristen is wearing them. What’s not to like? Just be sure that you wear them simply and elegantly. Steer clear of a poufy dress paired with loud colors or prints. Or you'll end up with a huge fashion crime summons.

To buy: Champion Canvas Originals, $35, keds.com


Rob & Kristen featured in TvTaro & Flix magazines (Japan)


 'TV Taro' December - 2010 Issue
'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse' special

The magazine contains outline of the movie and character relationship explanation chart. Interviews of the casts include Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner, Peter Facinelli and Xavier Samuel.
Do you feel tired of acting Edward over and over again?
Robert: I try to find something different in each sequel. As I get older I have different opinions or point of view to the story. And We have different director each time which is good; they bring us whole different idea. I also think that it is good that we are still young; we are still in the middle of the career and we are hungry to prove ourselves’ strength. Kristen may be has the longest career, but she is too, only 20 years old. There is no one who is yawning and say “so bored, I only here for money.” We are not making a movie that is not appeal to no one. There are so many people waiting for us to do a great job making a fantastic movie, I aware of that.
So, in Eclipse, Bella has negative feeling for marriage, how do you feel about it for yourself?
Kristen: Well, I don’t deny getting married. Not that I am saying that I will marry soon, but I do have a wonderful family. So in the future I would like to have one for myself.

 In what circumstances do you feel you are happy?
Kristen: When I am not lie to anybody including myself.

 'FLIX' December - 2010 Issue
Robert Pattinson Interview (excerpts)

Edward accepted the fact that Bella and Jacob kissed; very calm never getting angry at her.
 If I was Edward? I would break up with a girl like that and say “Oh you cheated on me.” (Laugh) I somehow respect Edward for that, and in fact that is the very scene I like the most in the Eclipse. He did what I can’t do. This is the very moment he did something very heroic. In the last sequel, he did what he thought the best choice and made her desperately miserable. So now he does whatever it takes to be with her.
Ordinary people would say “It’s OK, I forgive you” and soon after blame her “You’ve done such a thing!” but Edward did not. He overcome with envy & fear and thought “I know she loves me. And that is enough.” That is not an easy thing to do.
He told us about what he got for his friends as souvenir when he visited Japan for the first time.
 There was a shopping mall near where we stayed, and I got whole bunch of stuff there. One of them was tooth paste that tastes like Curry or something weird. I got like two dozen of them and gave them to my friends; it was awesome to see their reactions! (Laugh)