Robert Pattinson linked-up with Laurent Delahousse for the ’20h’ show of France 2.
UPDATE: New Synopsis
The Weiss family is the archetypical Hollywood dynasty: father Sanford is an analyst and coach, who has made a fortune with his self-help manuals; mother Cristina mostly looks after the career of their son Benje, 13, a child star. One of Sanford’s clients, Havana, is an actress who dreams of shooting a remake of the movie that made her mother, Clarice, a star in the 60s. Clarice is dead now and visions of her come to haunt Havana at night…Adding to the toxic mix, benje has just come off a rehab program he joined when he was 9 and his sister, Agatha, has recently been released from sanatorium where she was treated for criminal pyromania.
Note: It says shooting is to begin July 2013! Looks like Rob will film this before he starts work on Mission: Blacklist!
- We Come To Life Beneath The Stars by Lillybellis
As Bella Swan starts over with hopes of finding her future, Edward Cullen is hanging on desperately to his past. She’s treading water, and he’s a corporate golden boy. They share an office, but few words…until one night changes everything.
- Truth, Lies and Alibis by Eternally Addicted
FBI psychologist Bella Swan is being stalked by one of criminals she helped put behind bars. Forced to leave her home and lay low for a while, she meets the most gorgeous man she has ever seen. Is he who he says he is, or is he working for the stalker?
- Rise by Rochelle Allison *Dedicated to the HBG girls!
Bella is a bad boy’s girl, living a life she no longer wants. She’s trapped, until one of the things that keeps her confined – her bodyguard – becomes the very thing that could set her free.
- In Living Color by Kim Ginsberg
Advertising CEO Edward Cullen has a secret, he goes to see the woman of his dreams daily. She thinks he’s just there for the food. She can’t imaging he could like her back. Waitress Bella Swan is hiding a secret. She’s a young mom and lusts for one of her older customers. Will their age difference matter to either of them when they find out the truth? A/H HEA
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So I just thought you should know that I worked the MET Gala on Monday, and out of all the famou women I talked to (my job was to tell them to watch their step because the carpet was wonky and people were tripping), Kristen Stewart was by far the sweetest. She was the only one who really made eye contact and took the time to tell me that she appreciated me looking out for her. I obviously don’t know her based on that one interaction, but she definitely seems pretty awesome.
Thanks to MessierThanYou for sharing!
Source: Tumblr / amstibovvered
We’ve put together a little post about the positive fashion mentions regarding Kristen’s Stella McCartney MET Gala look. Kristen was rockin’ the punk look and had the best Beauty look of the night by far.
Forget all the pretty studded 2013 Met Gala gowns for a second. Forget those strategically-placed cutouts and ubiquitous “I’m so punk by NOT being punk!” lines, too. Right now, let’s all focus on Kristen Stewart, who decided to wear a Stella McCartney jumpsuit on the red carpet tonight, and boy, did she ROCK it. It’s only fitting that the former Runaways star would pay sartorial homage to “Punk: Chaos to Couture” in true K.Stew fashion: by not smiling and wearing pants (and not surprisingly, schooling everyone on her fave punk songs…). And this time, her no-nonsense casual attitude meshed perfectly with the night’s theme.
The Twilight starlet certainly made a statement outfitted in a burgundy Stella McCartney jumpsuit. Outlined from top to bottom in lace, the suit fit K-Stew like a glove. And while she paired the look with a basic black pair of pumps, there was nothing basic about her makeup!
Kristen sported a smoky cat-eye with a burgundy hue that went perfectly with her outfit – accompanied by a slicked back hairstyle and gold clutch.
We have to admit that not many women can pull off the jumpsuit but Kristen (and her stylist) definitely knew what they were doing.
According to MediaEyeTweets, Robert Pattinson will be attending Cannes Film Festival this year, promoting Mission: Blacklist, while Kristen Stewart’s attendance is unconfirmed. We are still keeping our fingers crossed that Kristen will come and be Rob’s arm candy.
@MediaEyeTweets: More names attending
#Cannes include Justin Timberlake, Janet Jackson, Duran Duran, Lionel Richie & Robert Pattinson (not Kristen Stewart).
@monpetitamour_: how do you know?kristen’s name’s on the guestlist as well,but with no actual source,it’s all speculation
@MediaEyeTweets: We confirmed with Kristen Stewart’s agent earlier.
Source: Twitter / MediaEyeTweets
Winona talks about how difficult it must be to be famous in this day and age. The starlets like Kristen and Jennifer are dealing with a much different kind of fame — a fame that encompasses an individual’s entire life, not just their “job”.
INTERVIEW: So what do you think when you see some of these girls, like Kristen Stewart and Jennifer Lawrence, go through what they’re going through today?
RYDER: I have to say, I really wonder if I would become an actress if I was their age now. I’ve only seen part of Twilight , but I’ve seen their other work and they’re both super-talented. I don’t know how they do it, though, in just trying to maintain some degree of a personal life and privacy. I don’t know how you feel, but when Jodie Foster gave that speech at the Golden Globes, I heard people who were like, “Why is she talking about privacy when she’s on stage?” But I have to say, I got what she was saying. Look, this is a story in Interview, so I do get how people complaining about privacy when they’re actually doing very public things can come across as a bit hypocritical. But I do feel so lucky that I got to get in at least 15 years pre-whatever that show is called where they follow you around and then put it on the Internet. That stuff just didn’t exist before. I also have yet to make sense of reality shows and the whole famous-to-be-famous thing where I don’t really know what they do, but they’re very famous—I know that’s a whole other thing. But in terms of what happened to me or to other people who are friends of mine who have gone through difficult times where it’s really publicized . . . You know, it’s hard—and I do have feelings about it. So it’s a combination of my heart goes out to them, but then at the same time I know that they don’t know anything different.
Source: Interview Magazine
Just as Rob did a week ago, Kristen supported her friend Tom Sturridge by attending his Broadway show Orphans Tuesday night in New York City. Tom is nominated for a Tony award for Best Actor.