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Blast From The Past – Rob At The Twilight Premiere

Twilight premiere, December 2008

 

 

 

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Twilight, Eclipse & Breaking Dawn Makes Glamour’s Top 50 Hottest Movie Moments

 

Twilight, 2008
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart
She was an ordinary schoolgirl, he a 109-year-old vampire Adonis. Their forbidden love (not to mention the fact he may drain her any minute) only served to heighten the tension of the moment their lips finally met. Swoon.

 

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, 2010
Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart
Of course, R-Patz couldn’t have all the fun, and by the third Twilight flick, werewolf Jacob had his hairy paws on Bella too. Their on-screen, lust-filled smooch was the culmination of months of sexual tension ‘tween the best friends and even had fans questioning their obvious chemistry. Rob who?

 

 

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, 2011
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart
We’ve seen enough teasing on-set shots and heard enough tempting backstage gossip to know that the final Twilight instalment is set to be the steamiest yet. And if you’ve read the books, you know what we’re talking about… We can only hope that Edward gives enough shirtless action to live up to our expectations. It’s a given that Jake will.

 

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Catherine Hardwicke Talks About Casting Rob In A New Interview

Like the late John Hughes, who discovered the teenage actors who became the Brat Pack, Hardwicke has created many of this generation’s tween idols. Evan Rachel Wood (Thirteen), Emile Hirsch (Lords of Dogtown), Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, and Taylor Lautner (Twilight) all got their big breaks in a Hardwicke film. She dishes about them like an older sister; how Hirsch was too lazy to do sit-ups and drew abs on his stomach with mascara or why Pattinson had to pluck his eyebrows. “They were a bit bushy,” she says. “We needed to see some eyes!”

For Twilight, Hardwicke had trouble finding an actor otherworldly enough to play vampire Edward Cullen. Then she got a call about a guy in London. “I looked at a couple pictures and was like, ‘I’m not sure,’?” Hardwicke says. “He had been fired from his last job, he was unemployed, he was in debt.” Pattinson flew to Los Angeles on his own dime to read with Stewart. “I have footage of their first meeting at my dining-room table,” Hardwicke says. “Kristen was like, ‘It’s got to be Rob!’ She felt connected to him from the first moment. That electricity, or love at first sight, or whatever it is.” Hardwicke gave him the part, but he had to make a promise. “You’ve got to realize that Kristen is 17 years old,” she told him. “She’s underage. You’ve got to focus, dude, or you’re going to be arrested. I made him swear on a stack of Bibles.”

Despite Twilight’s $400 million global success, Hardwicke left the franchise when it came to the sequel. She said it was her decision, despite a blog report that she was fired. “I couldn’t even be fired, that’s what’s so funny,” she says. “In my contract, I had the first right of refusal.” She turned down the second film, she says, because the studio wanted to rush it out. “I do not regret it at all, thank the Lord,” she says. “The truth is I liked the first book the best.”

There is something of the vampire in Hardwicke herself. Just as Edward will never grew old, Hardwicke refuses to abandon the mischievous joys of youth. There’s nothing formal about the way she does business. She frequently invites her protégés over to audition or rehearse. Her home is “right on the beach,” says Shiloh Fernandez, who plays the hunky Peter in Red Riding Hood. “It’s like a loft for a young surfer guy.” It’s not Grandma’s house. But there is a bed. And she lures young actors onto it, though not in the traditional casting-couch way. When Hardwicke auditioned Evan Rachel Wood for Thirteen, she had her get into her bed with Nikki Reed. That’s also where Pattinson kissed Stewart for the first time in his Twilight screen test. “That bed made Pattinson who he is right now,” says Reed. Asked about her lair, Hardwicke laughs. “MTV came and did an episode in my house filming the bed. It’s legendary,” she says, flashing a wide—dare we say wolfish—grin.

You can read the rest of the interview here

And here is the  ” Legendary bed”.

Catherine Hardwicke and Tim Kash inside the bedroom where Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart first met for their “Twilight” chemistry screen test

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The 10 Most Iconic Movie Kisses

(InStyle.com) — Is there anything as romantic as a classic big screen kiss? Even today — when most Hollywood movies don’t exactly fade to black after the lovers lock lips — the best kisses still have the power to send shivers down the spine. In honor of Valentine’s Day, InStyle chose the most memorable cinematic embraces: upside down, on a boat, and in the pouring rain.

Twilight

Even the most diehard members of Team Jacob can’t deny the romantic power of Bella and Edward’s first kiss. Kristen Stewart—who’s almost uniformly closemouthed about her off-screen relationship with costar Robert Pattinson—did offer “I get to kiss Edward Cullen,” when asked to name a few of her favorite things about the gig.

The Twilight Kiss Voted ‘Top Movie Kiss’ By Portrait Magazine Readers

#1. Bella Swan & Edward Cullen (Twilight)
With a staggering 77% of your votes, the Twilight kiss came out as being the Top Movie kiss. I have a feeling this one will continue to be on the top lists of romantic movie moments for a very long time. After all, what better love is there then the love from an eternal (stud) vampire? Millions of people couldn’t wait to see how Bella and Edward’s first kiss from the series of books would turn out on the big screen and it’s oblivious to see, most of you were very happy with it. MTV Movie Awards 2009 crowned the movie scene as the best kiss with millions of you guys voting. So, let’s see what all the fuss was about…


 

 

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Bobby Long Talk About Rob & “Let Me Sign”

 

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New Clip From The Upcoming ‘The Simpsons’ Twilight Episode

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Screencap Collage Of Deleted Twilight Scenes

I love this scene can’t understand  why it was cut from the movie.

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Rob Will Be In Another Fame Comic Book This The With The Twilight Cast

A release date has not been confirmed (rumored for December 7th), but it is available for pre-order at Amazon!

Also, @bluewaterProd tweeted today that they will have many of their comics at 20% off in thir eBay store. One of them being FAME: Robert Pattinson (cover C)

If your in South Africa you can order it from Take2 here or from Amazon

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Rob’s Sister Lizzy Talk About Her Contribution To The Twilight Score

You wrote a song for “Twilight,” what is it like hearing your song on film?

It wasn’t a song as such; I sang ambient background vocals on the film score. My vocals are probably most prominent on the piece ‘Who Are They’ at the moment Edward Cullen first appears in the cafeteria scene. I recorded the vocals with Carter Burwell and Catherine Hardwicke at Hans Zimmer’s studio in Los Angeles and Air Studios in London. They were both such amazing people to work with and it was fascinating to see and hear how much the music affects the mood of the scene. I feel honoured to have been a part of the film, albeit a very small part. It was so much fun!

Here’s a little reminder of the scene.

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