January 7th, 2011

Kristen Beauty: How to get Kristen's hair look for the 'Peoples Choice' awards

Everyone was raving about Kristen Stewart’s gorgeous dress that she was sporting at the People’s Choice Awards but there’s something else that looked amazing – her hairstyle! If you want to steal the Twilight star’s gorgeous hair, I’ve got the scoop straight from her hairstylist. The actress went to one of Hollywood’s best, Frederic Fekkai’s Adir Abergel. Here’s how to get the look:

Start by working Frederic Fekkai Advanced Full Blown Volume Styling Whip throughout the hair. Blow your hair dry using your fingers instead of a brush until it’s almost dry, then finish blowing your hair out with a round brush so it’s smooth and soft.Curl your hair in 1″ sections using a 1 ¼ ” curling iron, working all the way around. Combine Frederic Fekkai Coiff Ocèanique Tousled Wave Spray with Frederic Fekkai Advanced Brilliant Glossing Cream in your hands and work them through the curls for a full,  sexy texture that will last all night.

Forbes | Hollywood's Top-Grossing On-Screen Couples



Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart
$1.8 billion
While romance is secondary in some of the films discussed on this list, it's the main theme in the Twilight series about a human girl, played by Stewart, who falls for Pattinson's sensitive vampire. There are still two films left in the successful franchise. A movie based on the first half of Breaking Dawn hits theaters this coming November.

The complete top 10 list over at FORBES | via ToR


Composer Carter Burwell will score for 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn'



This makes me all kind of happy...I thought the score for Twilight was fantastic, the best of all the films so far...this is GOOD NEWS!

The Playlist: Coen Brothers and Spike Jonze regular collaborator Carter Burwell is set to return to the ‘Twilight’ since working on the first film to perform scoring duties for the final installment of the series, the two parter “Twilight: Breaking Dawn.”

Burwell has an existing relationship with the director of the final two parts, Bill Condon, having collaborated on “Kinsey” and “Gods And Monsters” and will return to the position after Alexandre Desplat followed him for “New Moon” with Howard Shore stepping in for “Eclipse.” Shooting began this past November with all major cast members such as Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Dakota Fanning, Michael Sheen, Anna Kendrick and Ashley Greene reprising their roles. The two parts will be shot as one project and will then be respectively released on November 18th, 2011 and November 16th, 2012.


CNN | Ten films to look forward to this year

"Water for Elephants" (April 22)
"I Am Legend" director Francis Lawrence aims to capture the magic in Sara Gruen's best-seller about a traveling circus. Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson put on the show, while Richard ("Fisher King") LaGravenese wrote the script that convinced "Inglourious Basterds" discovery Christoph Waltz that this was a better way to go than David Cronenberg's next picture. 

cnn | via @500daysofRK


Rob gets well-wishes from Colin Farrell regarding 'Cosmopolis'


While fans are happy about Pattinson's new project, the role initially went out to Colin Farrell. MTV News caught up with Farrell recently while he promoted his upcoming drama "The Way Back," a film set during World War II about a group of prisoners who escape the Siberian Gulag and must walk over 4,000 miles to freedom. Farrell said he didn't end up doing "Cosmopolis" due to timing and scheduling issues "for everyone involved."

"Myself and David [Cronenberg], we had good conversations between he and I," Farrell said. "I would love to work with him at some stage, I really would. I really wanted to do that [film]."

And what does he think of Pattinson replacing him?
"It's a wonderful script. I wish him all the luck in the world with it,"