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The battles between fan groups.I guess you can guess which collage comes from which fan base…
Now there have been random tabloid rumours that there was a bit of a rift between Kristen Stewart and Emma, which of course centered around Mr Pattinson, but given time to mature these proved to be nothing more than idle title tattle with little to back it up.The girls do however occupy kind of the same space in the acting world, given they are both pretty, roughly the same age and have come through playing supernatural parts. In the modern media world, with Twitter allowing fan groups to become more and more organised it would seem that this is all it takes to stoke a bit of a scuffle between some parts of different fan bases.This is probably not representative of the two fans bases though.
Will Kristen Stewart present at the 2011 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards?
US Weekly seems to think so. In the April 4th edition of the magazine (scan available here), it reports that Kristen Stewart will be among the presenters at this year’s KCA Awards, which are being hosted by Jack Black live in Los Angeles on Saturday, April 2nd at 8:00 p.m. EST. Kristen Stewart is nominated for “Favorite Movie Actress” for her work in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (vote here).
While filming for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn is still currently on-going in British Columbia, there have been several Twilight cast appearance break-aways from the set to speak of. For instance, she, Robert Pattinson, and Taylor Lautner all hopped on a plane to make it to this year’s People’s Choice Awards (straight from the Baton Rouge set), and just this weekend Robert Pattinson ventured to Los Angeles for interviews with MTV and The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (from Vancouver’s Breaking Dawn location). So, it’s certainly not unheard of.
While Nickelodeon has yet to release a full list of confirmed presenters for the event, it’s certainly possible Kristen Stewart will be on it when they do.
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IndieWire During his promotional rounds for Water for Elephants, E.W. and Vanity Fair cover-boy Rob Pattinson talks about life beyond Twilight—“I literally feel like we’ve been doing it my whole life” he says, and the upcoming Breaking Dawn movies.
Bizarre things happen in the two films, including a half-vampire baby’s horrid birth. Pattinson says: “There’s some interesting and weird stuff going on—really very, very, very strange. It’s great. For a big mainstream movie, it’s the most obscure story line and really outside the box. It’s a horror movie. I’ve seen a few bits, and I just can’t see how it’s going to be PG-13… unless they cut everything out!”
Rest assured, everyone. An R-rating will never happen, confirms a Summit spokeswoman: “Breaking Dawn will be a PG-13. It will not be rated R.”
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Video: Showbiz Tonight talks about Kristen’s win at People’s Choice Awards (Better Quality)
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Speaking from the Baton Rouge set where both installments of Breaking Dawn are shooting simultaneously, Wyck answered some of the Twi-faithful’s more pressing questions.
Q: Where does the story split in half?A: “We basically want to take the audience through the emotional part of Bella’s journey as she becomes a vampire. The first part will cover the wedding, the honeymoon and the birth.” The film ends just before she embarks on her supernatural transformation.
Q: The book has three segments, two of which present Bella’s point of view and a middle that’s devoted to the perspective of her rejected werewolf suitor, Jacob (Taylor Lautner). How is that handled?A: “The story will break from her and follow Jacob throughout the course of the movie as he struggles with his own dilemma. There is a sense that as Bella and the Cullens (Edward’s makeshift vampire clan) deal with her pregnancy, the world is still turning outside with Jacob.”
Q: Why was Bill Condon, the Oscar-winning filmmaker best known for his musicals as the screenwriter of 2002’s Chicagoand the director of 2006’s Dreamgirls, selected as the director of the finale?A: “These films have the most difficult stuff from a performance standpoint. With his history of directing, I can’t think of anyone who would be better at bringing out the best in an actor.” Plus, the director, who did the 1995 sequel to Candyman, is a fright-fare enthusiast. “He has an appetite for the genre and a passion for the Twilight books and movies.”
Q: Considering what goes on during the torturous birth process, how can the rating be PG-13?A: With Twilight’s core of under-18 fans, “it would be a crime against our audience to go R-rated.” However, “this is based on a much more mature book. We need to progress and be more sophisticated.” A compromise: Having the bloody, bone-crushing delivery be seen only through Bella’s eyes. “She is looking through the haze, experiencing pain and everything rushing around her. We only see what she sees.”
Q: How is the long-awaited consummation of Edward and Bella’s love portrayed?A: Even though their physical relationship goes way beyond what was shown in the first three films, “it does not become soft porn. It is a legitimate and important part of the movie, romantic and sensual.”
Q: At the end of Breaking Dawn, about 70 or so vampires from around the world gather to face off with the Cullens and their allies plus Jacob’s wolf pack. How can you keep both portions of the storytelling equally compelling?A: “The second half is more of an action film in terms of life-and-death stakes.” But the domestic moments of the first film possess an emotional punch. “There are the pangs of newlywed tension that occur that are relatable even in a fantasy film. Marriage is not quite the experience that they thought it was.”
Q: Is there any chance that Condon could sneak in a musical number?A: There might be traditional dancing at the wedding. But don’t expect any of the wolf pack to suddenly howl a tune or do a soft-shoe shuffle.
Although, as Godfrey jokes, “We just had a whole line of actors marching toward the camera. We could have them practice a chorus line with vampires doing kicks.”
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We’re used to seeing Kristen Stewart with a slightly punky style, but what about vintage styled and classically lovely? At the People’s Choice Awards, Kristen arrived with her hair fluffed into pretty 1960s waves. To find out how her stylist, Adir Abergel, created the look, just keep reading.
# Abergel started by applying the Fekkai Advanced Full Blown Volume Styling Whip ($23) throughout Kristen’s hair, then roughly blow-dried her hair with his hands until it was almost dry.
# Using a round brush, Abergel blow-dried the rest of her hair straight.
# Once it was all dry, he curled her hair using a 1 1/4-inch curling iron and combined Fekkai Coiff Ocèanique Tousled Wave Spray ($23) with Fekkai Advanced Brilliant Glossing Cream ($23) to add texture.
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