Hardwicke does still feel a little sad about the hearts Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart broke while becoming the greatest twentysomething couple in Hollywood. When they started the movie, Pattinson was with thirteen star Nikki Reed and Stewart was with Michael Angarano. “He’s a wonderful actor. He was in Dogtown, one of my favorites, so I felt pretty bad because I love him and they were such a great couple,” she says.
You’ve spoken publicly about your love for Twilight. What is it about the series that you love so much?
Rachel Zoe: I would say that you completely lose yourself in the purest form of romance. It’s the first time in so long that you get to see such a strong love, and get so caught up in it without any of the physicality
You’ve also been outspoken about your crush on Robert Pattinson. Have you gotten to meet him yet?
Rachel Zoe: No, I have not met Rob. But, I have many mutual friends and have heard nothing but the loveliest things about him. I think he’s a very talented actor and would love to meet him in the future.
If you could style any of the Twilight cast, who would you pick and why?
Rachel Zoe: Bella and Edward — I would love to dress them as a couple because I think that’s always fun.
If you had to pick: Twilight books or movies?
Rachel Zoe: Movies, because I’m an extremely visual person. I actually read the books after the movies, which was fun because I could see Kristen and Robert as Bella and Edward.
Team Edward or Team Jacob?
Rachel Zoe: Team Edward, obvi.
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I came across this video while web surfing on YouTube last night. If we’re talking about best kisses, obviously a well-rounded and knowledgable person would know to include a few Bella & Edward kisses! So of course, Daydreamed did! There’s also a clip from In The Land Of Women with Carter & Lucy’s kiss. Not only do I want you to see this video because it’s filled with romantic kisses, but you have to hear the song in the video: “This Year’s Love” by David Gray. The only way I can describe the song in this video is amazing.
Summit Entertainment co-chairmen Rob Friedman and Patrick Wachsbergerplan to be at their desks Tuesday morning doing business as usual, both said on Friday after it was announced that Summit will be acquired by Lionsgate.
“What we’ve made clear is we have two businesses running parallel,” Friedman toldThe Hollywood Reporter in an interview on Friday. “They are merging but they are going to continue operating [separately].”
Lionsgate announced Friday it had closed its leveraged buyout of Summit, home to the Twilight franchise, in a deal for $412.5 million in cash and stock and the assumption of Summit’s $500 million debt.