This is a BIG one so pull up a chair!
This week found Anna Kendrick on the cover of Glamour UK looking better than ever!
We got to see the New Water for Elephants International trailer which is the best one so far!
The project that was written by Kristen Stewart’s mother, Jules Stewart called K-11 is scheduled to start filming in July! It has been reported that Kristen will be in the movie but we’ve yet to get full confirmation.
It was announced that Breaking Dawn footage to be shown at Comic-Con!!
There was a Vanity Fair outtake from the Annie Leibowitzshoot released on their website. In the photo with Rob is the Preservation Hall Band!
Possibly my favorite news of the was the discovery of the Denali Clan Cottage and the photos! It looks like it’s built on top of a mountain! Very cool! I can see why this location was chosen to represent Alaska in Breaking Dawn.
Catherine Hardwicke talked earlier in the week about the immediate chemistry and attraction between Rob and Kristen during their audition and then went on to tell MTV’s Josh Horowitz that that audition footage will never be seen! She apparently thinks it would cause riots because it is so steamy. You can see the video HERE.
We confirmed the Water for Elephants premiere info! You can go here to see the details.
Ashley Greene’s movie Skateland,where she stars with Shiloh Fernandez finally has a release date!
$236 million to film Breaking Dawn Parts I & II? That is reportedly what Summit Entertainment is paying for both films! Worth every cent, I say.
At the end of the week there was news that Bath and Body Works made a preemptive strike against Summit Entertainment in Court asking for a judgment that its “Twilight Woods” line of products doesn’t infringe on the trademark of the Saga. I think they’re saying that there was life before Stephenie Meyer had a dream and in that life the word Twilight existed. That’s just my take.
Peter Facinelli sent out this Tweet:
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