Archive for March 16, 2010
From Rope of Silicone:
Will Fetters (left) and Remember Me Director Allen Coulter
NOTE: This interview contains story details that will spoil the ending of Remember Me. If you have not seen it yet, not only do I urge you to head to the theater, but you also may want to skip reading this interview until you have.
Anyone that read my review of Remember Me already knows I enjoyed it, and was one of the select few. In fact, I have strong opinions of the film, not from the perspective of how great the acting is or whether director Allen Coulter turned in a tour de force bit of filmmaking navigation, but merely at the idea behind the film and its intentions. However, it’s intentions, it seems, have been largely lost on the critical community.
Here are some old/new pics of Robert Pattinson with a fan.
Here’s a new deleted scene from the New Moon DVD
Here’s an amazing new wallpaper by Halvir09
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Who will YOU choose: Edward or Jacob?
In anticipation of the Twilight Saga: New Moon DVD release on March 20, Wal-Mart is setting up separate ‘vampire’ and ‘wolf’ themed shops – so now you’re really going to have to choose who you love the most: vamp Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) or were-boy Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner). What to do, what to do??
The stores will carry clothing, jewelry, and Twilight paraphernalia galore, as well as the Wal-mart exclusive Ultimate Fan Edition New Moon DVD.
In addition, the store will be hosting midnight release parties across the country, and word on the street is that the first 100 people in line get a very special prize. Maybe the prize will be Edward Cullen himself? We hear a vampire’s best hour is midnight, after all…
Do you think WalMart is taking the Twilight obsession to the extreme? Which store will YOU be shopping in?
Parade.com’s Jeanne Wolf interviewed Kristen Stewart and asked her about Rob’s performance in ‘Remember Me’. This is what Kristen had to say about Rob:
“I think he’s bold and different. It wasn’t an easy character to play. I thought he was really good in it.”
You can read the rest of the interview here.