Archive for March 2011

Alan Bell and Give us a Peek at the WFE Editing Process   3 comments

Here is a video from of a BTS peek at the editing of  Water for Elephants


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Event Cinemas ‘Chick at the Flicks – Water for Elephants Special Screenings May 6th (Australia)   1 comment

You are invited to join us for the magic and glamour of Water For Elephants at our first ever Chicks At The Flicks Premiere Event!

See the Red Carpet from the Australian Premiere beamed into your cinema via satellite from Sydney’s beautiful State Theatre, followed by an exclusive advance screening of Water For Elephants starring Hollywood sweetheart Reese Witherspoon and Twilight hottie Robert Pattinson. Rob will be at the State Theatre for the premiere -so you’ll be able to see him working the carpet nice and clearly on your cinema screen!

Date: Friday 6th May
Time: Red carpet will commence at 6pm, then depending on how long the stars mingle on the red carpet the film will commence at around 7-7.30pm.

The red carpet satellite coverage will be LIVE in NSW & QLD but we’ve held it back WA & SA & NT due to time zone constraints.

There are a few ticket options available…

• Gold Class package – $70 plus online booking fee
• Enjoy bubbles and strawberries on arrival, followed by a Big Top Show Plate:
• Maggie beers pheasant farm pate w fig paste & crusty chiabatta
• Wagyu beef, sharp cheddar, onion relish & aioli on petite bun
• “Carni” cone of buffalo mozz & porchini Aranchini w tomato fonde
• Mini Nachetta tutti nachos

And we can’t forget the dessert plate:
• Crème brûlée tart topped with Persian spun fairy floss
• LINDT champagne made delice macaroon
• Bamini designer gelato cone

• Vmax tickets – $30 plus online booking fee
• Tradtional tickets – $28 plus online booking fee

We have some amazing sponsors on board for this event and everyone will receive a Chicks At The Flicks gift bag filled with new and exciting goodies just for you!

As we all know technology isn’t always our friend – unfortunately we are unable to take responsibility if technical issues arise with the satellite feed from the red carpet.

Click here to check whether a cinema near you is holding the screenings.

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Jamie Campbell Bower talks about Robert Pattinson and Breaking Dawn   Leave a comment

He jokes about working with Rob around 13:00 and talks about Breaking Dawn, Rob, Kristen and Taylor at 13:48

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Italian ‘Water for Elephants’ Trailer   Leave a comment

Here’s the international trailer in Italian

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Detagged and Black & White Versions of the Screencaps From the BTS Video of Water for Elephants   1 comment

I detagged and made black & white versions of the new screencaps from the BTS Video of Water for Elephants.

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*SCANS* + Translation of Robert Pattinson’s Interview with Elle Girl – Russia   3 comments

Here are scans and translation of Rob in Elle Russia

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Black & White Versions of the New Water for Elephants Stills With Robert Pattinson and Reese Witherspoon   Leave a comment

Here are some black & white versions of the new Water for Elephants still with Robert Pattinson and Reese Witherspoon.

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New Water for Elephants Stills   5 comments

Here are a few new Water for Elephant stills and a behind the scenes photo of Francis Lawrence.

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Stephenie Meyer talks about working with Robert Pattinson and Breaking Dawn   7 comments

On working with Pattinson and Lautner: “Rob is more like Jacob than Edward. He’s goofy, he’s funny, he doesn’t take much seriously. But he can turn Edward on like that (she snaps her fingers) when he needs to be Edward. Taylor’s who we hang out with most. He’s a lot like fun, happy Jacob.”

About Breaking Dawn

•The much-anticipated wedding of Edward and Bella has not been filmed yet, but Stewart is being fitted for the as-yet-unrevealed bridal gown. “It’s such an interesting mix,” says Meyer. “It has a vintage feel, but at the same time, there’s an edge to it. It’s really beautiful. And then on Kristen — oh, she looks amazing in clothes —and in that dress she’s so lithe and unbelievable.”

Some mysteries remain

One question she won’t answer: whether the werewolf/shape shifter Jacob and Renesmee, the human/vampire hybrid child of Edward and Bella, could ever have children. (Jacob is a teenager, but baby Renesmee is aging at an accelerated rate.) “That is a question I’m reserving the right not to answer, because there is a chance I’ll go back to their story.”


Some of Breaking Dawn was filmed in Baton Rouge from October to mid-February, and Meyer’s husband, Pancho, now a stay-at-home dad, and their three sons Gabe, 13, Seth, 10, and Eli, 8, moved from Arizona to Baton Rouge to be with her. They then packed up and moved with her to Vancouver. Shooting is expected to wrap up sometime in April.


Fans, says Meyer, can expect a surprising performance when Stewart transforms from human to vampire. “She’s created a new character. I was really impressed. I’ve only really seen her as (the human) Bella, so to have her step up and change it in the right way — she didn’t have to talk to me. She knew. She knows the character so well now. She has really good instincts, and she looks amazing.”

Meyer says the first Breaking Dawn movie may end “when Bella opens her eyes as a vampire. That’s the way it’s been shot. They can still do it any other way, but I think that’s the general idea. You kind of have to get there in the first film. That way you have all the time in the world to explore being a vampire and those exhilarating first moments.”

On the filming of the birth of Bella and Edward’s baby, Renesmee, which in the novel is frightening and horrific, she says, “I’ve only seen a rough cut and there are pieces missing, but I don’t feel like it’s graphic. You’re not seeing it, but you know what’s happened. It’s emotional. It doesn’t feel horror-ish. There’s blood, probably the most blood we’ve ever seen in the series. But everything’s in flux; we’ll see in the final cut.”

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Posted March 30, 2011 by natalienw in Robert Pattinson

BTS Video of Water for Elephants and Reese Witherspoon’s Interview With Entertainment Tonight   2 comments

Here’s a behind the scenes video and Reese Witherspoon’s interview with Entertainment Tonight. We’ll update with a better quality video when we get one 😉

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