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Twilight star Robert Pattinson was the most popular actor while co-star Kristen Stewart was the fifth most searched for Hollywood star.
Ruby red lips, dark smokey eyes and a lifted hairdo meant Kristen Stewart dazzled on the carpet for the screening of her latest movie, Welcome To The Rileys. A world away from the grounded lo-fi of Adventureland and the teen gothic glamour of Twilight, Kristen's new look is much more lifted, much more refined and a lot less grunge than we're used to.
Blessed with a perfect but pale complexion Kristen keeps the base natural and the details well defined. As the contrast between the eyes and lips are really what does the work here the effect is calm and sophisticated without being too cold or flat.
As this is much more of a red carpet look than we're used to from Kristen her sharp ruby lips are the real touch that brings out the glamour.
The hair is lifted enough but not too much and though you wouldn't know from the photos we are reliably informed the nail polish is jet black and very, very matte. As refined as it is you can take the girl out of Twilight but not the Twilight out of the girl? We love this look !
No one thought Headmaster Willy MacMullen could top last year’s Headmaster Holiday announcement. But director/producer Peter Berg came through yet again, filming a video message with Pattinson in a Baton Rouge cemetery.
via mandytav :)
According to Allocine, Bel Ami will be released in France on May 18, 2011
Cinema Release Date: May 18, 2011
Directed by Declan Donnellan, Nick Ormerod
Robert Pattinson, Uma Thurman, Kristin Scott Thomas, more
Production year: 2011
Distributor: Studio Canal
Synopsis: The social rise of Georges Duroy, a daring and seductive man, employed in the office of Northen Railway, which reaches the top of social pyramid in Paris with his mistresses and journalism
thanks to belladouce for the heads up :)
On Welcome to the Rileys:
“I came to it as a father,’’ says Scott, who, with his wife, Rhea, has four children ranging from 5 to 16 years old. “I was fascinated by the idea that these conservative Midwestern people are contending with something that’s impossible to imagine. And they go on this journey to this place that is completely opposite to their world and connect with someone who is so horribly damaged.’’
On why he drew away from showing the pole dancing scene:
While filming the movie, Scott was concerned about exploiting Stewart’s character by including gratuitously sexy scenes of her in the strip club. There was, he says, pressure to depict her pole dancing, but he adamantly refused. “It was very hard to explain to them — I understand why they wanted it — Kristen Stewart, who’s got a bum like an apricot swirling around on a pole,’’ he says. “I thought it would destroy the character and disrespect people who have lost children. It would be an immoral act.’’
Read Jake's full interview at the Boston Globe!
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