Posts tagged twilight
Posts tagged twilight
The MTV Movie Awards were the thing to watch every year for years. I’m sorry you’ll never get to see the brilliance that was Jimmy Fallon and Kirsten Dunst hosting together or even when Justin Timberlake and Seann William Scott took on co-hosting duties, I really, truly am. Twilight did not make the MTV Movie Awards, it never did. Over the years it even made it laughable. Twilight is over now. Deal with it. Find something else to do
MTV TWILIGHT RANT
If you have 12 minutes, watch this.
Megan Fox without a doubt. Anyone that would risk her career to talk about Michael Bay in a negative light is someone I have to respect. Michael Bay is one of the biggest egotistical pricks known to man - and he was implemental in making Megan look like a dumb bimbo unwilling to learn or play the Hollywood game.
So she fought back just by talking about him honestly in interviews.
I highly applaud her honesty about it.
So happy Michael Bay got called out for the POS he is. Megan almost lost her entire career over it. I’m glad she’s getting more roles now.
ONCE AGAIN CORRECTING.
Taylor Lautner and Patrick Schwarzenegger take part in a game of football with some friends on Sunday (December 16) in Calabasas, CA.
I wonder if they swapped Taylor Swift stories.
Does anyone else think it’s funny that this picture was taken while she was dating Michael Angarano?
Good news in the Robert Pattinson Kristen Stewart reconciliation. Insiders are stating that Robert doesn’t forget what happened but he does forgive her, and the two really are trying to move on and patch things back up. However, it does get a tad bumpy at times.
Drew Barrymore covers The Hollywood Reporter’s Beauty Issue with colorist Tracey Cunningham. Kristen Stewart (with hairstylist Adir Abergel), Amanda Seyfried (with stylist Jenny Cho), Dianna Agron (with makeup artist Georgie Eisdell), and Sarah Jessica Parker (with makeup artist Leslie Lopez) are also featured in the mag.
Click here to read more and to see the behind-the-scenes video.
So it’s Adir Abergel’s fault
Thompson on Hollywood
Things I Learned at the ‘Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part Two’ Premiere: Lionsgate, Cast & Crew
by Anne Thompson
November 13, 2012 12:57 PM
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“What are you doing here?” demanded Bill Condon, who is about to be set free from “Twilight” jail, having directed the last two in the series of five that has generated $2.5 billion worldwide so far. “This isn’t an Oscar movie!”
“I always go to ‘Twilight’ premieres,” I told him. “It’s a ritual.” Back at ShoWest in 2007, new Summit co-chairman Rob Friedman tipped me to Stephenie Meyers’ new young adult franchise about teenage vampires. It sounded commercial to me. And so it was as I tracked Summit’s progress into production with Catherine Hardwicke, young leads Kristen Stewart and Rob Pattinson, and eventually, four sequels of varying quality directed by Chris Weitz, David Slade and Condon. Summit masterfully manipulated the media (especially cheerleaders EW Magazine and MTV) and what became known as Twihards; they fanned the flames and milked the series for all it was worth, rushing each installment out, trying to reach fanboys as well as women and girls (with worst results on “New Moon”). But Condon got them back on track, offering a mix of operatic melodrama and action.
The filmmakers struggled with how to show the child, who grows swiftly from infant to little girl. They felt strongly that she should have the same face as actress Mackenzie Foy and opted for “Benjamin Button” CG face replacement. Well, Condon is no David Fincher. Summit spent a ton of money and anxiety on that CG baby, which looks creepy. They should have used a real one.
Indiewire also has great Oscar nom predictions.
(notice who’s missing in the “Best Supporting Actress category?”)
The Predicted 5:
1. Anne Hathaway, Les Miserables
2. Sally Field, Lincoln
3. Helen Hunt, The Sessions
4. Amy Adams, The Master
5. Maggie Smith, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
6. Judi Dench, Skyfall
7. Frances McDormand, Promised Land
8. Pauline Collins, Quartet
9. Samantha Barks, Les Miserables
10. Kelly Reilly, Flight
11. Scarlett Johnannson, Hitchcock
12. Alicia Vikander, Anna Karenina
13. Amanda Seyfried, Les Miserables
14. Nicole Kidman, The Paperboy
15. Jennifer Ehle, Zero Dark Thirty