Here’s a LQ video of Showtime’s premiere for Eclipse (which is Monday, June 27th)!
This interview really rubbed me the wrong way. Letterman was so rude to her and all Kristen was trying to do was promote her Eclipse. He should feel honored that she even stopped by! Ugh .. he was really creepy, too. Letterman is a deuce .. end of story.
Alot of behind-the-scenes footage has been included in these videos from New Moon & Eclipse. Since I hadn’t seen them before, I thought I’d share them with you guys
In a new! magazine article, Kristen talks about how much she loved shooting the Twilight movies in different countries. Specifically, she grew a liking to the gorgeous Vancouver area because of its “natural beauty.” I had the chance to go there over Spring Break and I have to side with Kristen. I have never left a destination in tears because I wanted to stay longer!
Kristen Stewart has revealed one of the best things about starring in the ‘Twilight’ movies was getting to film in so many great countries, especially Canada.
Kristen Stewart fell in love with Vancouver while she was shooting the ‘Twilight’ movies.
The 21-year-old actress – who recently finished filming the final scenes for the two ‘Breaking Dawn’ movies in the city and Squamish, British Columbia – admits it was a great experience to shoot in the Canadian city because it has so much natural beauty.
She said: “We shot most of the ‘Twilight’ series in Vancouver. I fell in love with it – it’s such a beautiful city. I found the climate so different from what I’m used to in Los Angeles. The air is clean and fresh and there are beautiful mountain views everywhere. But I didn’t get to go out as much as I would have liked.”
Vancouver isn’t the only place to have captured her heart during the filming of the vampire movie franchise.
Kristen – who is dating her co-star Robert Pattinson – also loved shooting the second movie in the series in Italy and she especially enjoyed the European country’s food.
She explained to new! magazine: “When we shot ‘Twilight: New Moon’ in Italy, I tried all different kinds of pasta dishes – Alfredo, fettuccine with cream, basil and Romano cheese – and gnocchi with seafood. I suddenly took an interest in cooking. It was amazing! It’s now my favourite cuisine.”