Friday, January 29, 2010

::Team New Moon:: Pepsi gets in on the New Moon DVD release.

Anybody want a pepsi?  I do!!! 

::Team Carlisle:: OH DADDY!!!! Peter covers Prestige Magazine.

Dr. Cullen graces the cover of Prestige Magazine's January issue. HOT PICS Coming right up!

Thursday, January 28, 2010

::Team Bella:: Kristen Stewert walks off when asked if she's Team Edward off screen.

TV Guide interviewed Kristen Stewert on camera at the Sundance Film Festival for the premiere of The Runaways. Kristen was very open to questions about the upcoming film where she plays Joan Jett in the movie adaptation of the book by Cherrie Currie and answered the questions in her usual way, but when the interviewer asked her, "are you Team Edward off screen?" she smiled & walked away.

Kristen began the interview mentioning how it feels to play a character with the real person you are playing standing next to you every day. She also goes on to say that she built a special relationship with Joan Jett. When asked about Eclipse, Kristen says she is excited, but has not yet seen the finished film.


Monday, January 25, 2010

::Team Jasper:: 100 Monkeys Show on 2/5 LIVE ON THE NET!

According to High Voltage Magazine Twitter:

A very special Monkeys show @SaintRocke on 2/5, we will be streaming the entire set live on the 'net! Tune in or come participate live!

::Team Jasper:: Official Movie Posters for Jackson's The Last Airbender released.

Paramount has used Yahoo to hand out two new character posters for M. Night Shyamalan’s The Last Airbender. They’ve gone with the look over yourshoulder pose for this one, which I suppose is better than floating heads.

Air, Water, Earth, Fire. Four nations tied by destiny when the Fire Nation launches a brutal war against the others. A century has passed with no hope in sight to change the path of this destruction. Caught between combat and courage, Aang (Noah Ringer) discovers he is the lone Avatar with the power to manipulate all four elements. Aang teams with Katara (Nicole Peltz), a Waterbender, and her brother, Sokka (Jackson Rathbone), to restore balance to their war-torn world. Based on the hugely successful Nickelodeon animated TV series, the live-action feature film The Last Airbender is the opening chapter in Aang's struggle to survive.

::Team Edward:: Little Ashes US Release Tomorrow 1/26/10

Editorial Reviews

The prospect of a movie about the friendship of future avant-garde legends Luis Buñuel, Federico García Lorca, and Salvador Dalí from their art-school days in 1920s Madrid so bristles with potential, it could hardly fail to be scintillating and provocative. Throw in Spain's political and cultural climate at the time under conservative morality's authoritarian hand, then bring on the youthful iconoclasm, intellectual rebellion, Surrealist impulses, and by all means a little sex: so much to work with--yet, Little Ashes is a juiceless, glumly silly movie. Buñuel (Matthew McNulty) gets sidelined in deference to his pal and roommate García Lorca (Javier Beltrán) and the latter's infatuation with Dalí (Robert Pattinson, prior to his teen-icon breakthrough in Twilight). Though several years younger than the others, Dalí already cuts a figure at once outré and coy. Buñuel helps style him for celebrity status, and as Little Ashes notes in passing, the two of them would co-create the still-astonishing film Un Chien Andalou a few years later in Paris. But the main show is the growing besottedness of Dalí and García Lorca, which leads to, among other things, a silvery-moonlit clinch during an offshore swim that churns the seawater into a milky froth. Spanish TV actress Marina Gatell contributes heat and passion as García Lorca's supposed girlfriend, especially during an, uh, two-and-a-half-way sex scene. Otherwise, like the guys' amour fou, the movie comes up short. Low-budget is okay as long as filmmakers have some poetry in them, but Paul Morrison's stilted direction fails to conceal that, say, during a simple dialogue scene in a bar there's nobody and nothing else going on outside of camera range. The cast wear their period costumes as if playing dress-up, and the dialogue--in English--is variously delivered by British players affecting "Cathtilian ack-thents" and Spanish actors whose real accents are sometimes impenetrable. Still more irksome is the switch to Spanish whenever García Lorca declaims one of his poems. Or perhaps that's just a Surrealist touch. --Richard T. Jameson

Product Description

1922. As Madrid wavers on the edge of social change, Salvador Dali is drawn into the decadent lifestyle of Federico Garcia Lorca and Luis Buñuel. But as the three explore the art world together, a forbidden attraction develops which changes their lives forever. Starring Robert Pattinson, Javier Beltran, Matthew McNulty.

::Team Jasper:: It's a new pic wonderland!

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::Team Twilight:: SONG - Twilight What Have You Done to My Wife >> HILARIOUS!

Sunday, January 24, 2010

::Team Emmett:: Kellan signs on for "Love, Wedding & Marriage.

He may not have won the part of Conan The Barbarian, but The Twilight Saga: New Moon and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse star Kellan Lutz is past that . . . and, according to Just Jared, he's already signed on for a new picture.
The film is to be entitled Love, Wedding, Marriage, and Lutz will reportedly portray the husband of a marriage counselor whose parents split up, causing her (portrayed by Mandy Moore) to go into career mode to try and reconcile them. The director of the project is going to be My Best Friend's Wedding star Dermot Mulroney, and this will be his first stint as a director.
This will be Mandy Moore's second recent wedding-oriented film, after 2007's License To Wed (with Robin Williams and The Office star John Krasinski).


::Team Carlisle:: Transcript of Showtime Chat with Peter


Peter Facinelli: Hey this is Peter.Thanks for coming, everyone! Sorry I’m a little late — I had bad reception and was watching The Tooth Fairy :)
-Peter playing the role of Carlisle must be a lot different than Dr. Fitch Cooper because obviously Carlisle is a vampire, but are there any other differeance?
Peter Facinelli: they’re 180 degrees apart. carlisle is a very calming figure and the foundation and rock of a family
Peter Facinelli: Cooper is a lot more energetic and immature than Carlisle
I think the only thing they have in common is they both wear white coats
-Hello Peter, I am a 30- something fan of yours from Colorado. First I’d like to just say that you brought the chracter of Carlisle to life on the screen and added a lot of dimension to him so thank you for your performance. My question is: Are you glad you did the Twilight Saga (not that it’s quite done yet) and where would you like to see your career go from here? Thank you so much for your time!
Peter Facinelli: I’m very excited to be a part of the Twilight Saga. It’s very rare for a movie to have this kind of efect on people and to be a cultural phenomenon.
Peter Facinelli: I try to do things that I haven’t done before – hopefully I’ll continue to do so, and continue to surprise the audience and surprise myself
-Hey. I’ve seen a lot of your interviews and I’ve noticed that you are never asked any of the basic questions! Like, what’s your favorite song?
Peter Facinelli: you know, I have such an eclectic taste when it comes to music, so that’s a very difficult question for me. I’ll listen to everything from Eminem to Elvis Presley to The Beatles
Peter Facinelli: Don’t have a favorite band that I listen too — kind of like a little bit of everything
-What is your favorite thing about playing a vampire?
Peter Facinelli: I think being a vampire is fun because you get to live forever.
as an actor, the coolest thing about playing a vampire is that vampires are cool right now, so it’s fun to play one
-Hi Peter, Hope you are well! Q: If you could be any character other than your own in the saga, who would that be and why? Thank You for all the time you give to us fans on twitter!
Peter Facinelli: Edward, for a bunch of reasons, if I were younger would be a great character to play. If I couldn’t play Edward I’m quite happy playing the dad. I don’t think the apple falls far from the tree.
-Can you play any instruments and are you a good singer?
Peter Facinelli: I always sing in the shower
Peter Facinelli: I can play maybe 2 songs on the guitar — Blackbird (Beatles) and La Bamba
-Do you have a dream role you’d like to play, if so what?
Peter Facinelli: I don’t know what that is — I like having scripts come to me and they either strike a chord with me or not.When I was younger, I always wanted to play Spiderman…but that didn’t happen.
Peter Facinelli: There are some genres I’d like to play in- westers, action, romantic comedy
Peter Facinelli: There are some things I’ve been writing, and hopefully I can get financing and make those films.
-who inspired you to act?
Peter Facinelli: My inspriations were Paul Newman and Robert Redford – Saw a movie “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid” and those guys looked like they were having a lot of fun and I decided that’s what I wanted to do
Peter Facinelli: Now I like Sean Penn and what he’s doing. Gary Oldman. I like to be surprised by an actor – you never know what you’re going to get and they don’t play the same role.
Peter Facinelli: I try to take on contrasting roles, like Carlisle and Cooper
-Team Taylor or Team Robert?
Peter Facinelli: haha – I gotta go Team Robert. he’s my family. I love Taylor, but Rob plays my son so I got to keep it in the family.
But as far as the real actors in the film — I think they’re both immensely talented and I support both of them.
-If you’re not an actor, what would be your job?
Peter Facinelli: I’d be working at Blockbusters so I could watch a lot of movies
Peter Facinelli: If I could do something else in the entertainment industry I’d be either a director or a writer…I’d have to be able to tell a story one way or another. I’m writing now and hope to direct some day.
Peter Facinelli: would like to do all 3 one day – write, direct and act
-Hi Peter, i’ve 14 years old, and i’m from Brazil, i wanted to ask you how was the fight scenes in Eclipse for you? And the preparation, it was hard?
Peter Facinelli: The fight scenes prep was tedious but fun. I enjoyed it immensely. Going to work and training, doing fight choreography and working out was fun. We had about 5 weeks to prep, so every day we were working really hard.
It wasn’t like digging ditches, but it was fun to be able to go in and be a part of that. It became very competitive within the cast
Peter Facinelli: we’re running low on time, but I can take one more question…
-What actors do you want to work with in the future?
Peter Facinelli: I’d love to work with Clint Eastwood, Sean Penn, Denzel Washington, Robert De Niro and Al Pacino. I’ve been really fortunate to work with some really great, talented people in my career and I’m looking forward to continuing that.
Peter Facinelli: Really excited to be part of the Showtime family, and that the Twilight saga is premiering on Showtime. I hope everyone really enjoys it.

::Team Bella:: KStew Talks "Scary Teeth Baby" New Video