Taylor Lautner’s ‘Abdcution’ co–star Lily Collins is featured in the new issue of Teen Vogue, where she talks a little about Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart.
On the two “Snow White” movies:
Lily assured the mag that they’re two totally different films (meaning you’ll definitely want to check out both!). “I think the audience may very well enjoy seeing two different versions,” she said. “I think that Kristen is perfect for hers.”
On Taylor Lautner:
“He’s a great guy,” response, driving all of us crazy. “He’s a very funny, down-to-earth young man,” she added vaguely.
You can read more over at MTV.
Taking a break from his busy schedule, Jamie Campbell Bower stopped by the Teen Vogue offices to chat about doing his own stunts for Camelot, playing a sadistic Volturi in Breaking Dawn, and cleaning up his act for girlfriend (and Harry Potter star) Bonnie Wright.
We shot you for our Young Hollywood portfolio in 2007. What have you been up to since then?
I think when I did that shoot Sweeney Todd was just about to come out. I did a couple of small roles and an international movie—a Dutch film—followed by The Prisoner mini-series on AMC. Then I landed Twilight and Harry Potter. Now I’ve got Camelot.
So you haven’t been busy at all.
It’s been all work and no play for the last three years. I haven’t been able to take a holiday, but now I’m going to Indonesia then Bali, and ending up in Australia.
How was shooting Breaking Dawn?
It was great filming in Baton Rouge. I had actually broken my ankle working on Camelot, so I turned up on set with a boot on. They made me take it off and work without it. I’d have to put it on in-between takes. It was blood, sweat, and tears, but that’s the stuff you’re proud of.
What can fans expect from the fourth Twilight movie?
It’s a lot darker. It leans away from the tweeny and more towards the horror genre that had originally sprung from Stephenie’s mind. There are definitely some scary moments. The Volturi get to be so ridiculous. You get see how sadistic and messed up they really are. We have the best things to say—every time we went on set it was a laugh.
Looks who’s gracing the March cover of Teen Vogue. The always gorgeous Ashley Greene! There’s also outtakes and part of her interview with the mag’ below!
Ashley Greene takes a bike ride in the woods in this new shot from the March 2011 issue of Teen Vogue magazine.
Inside the issue, the 23-year-old actress dishes on what makes her relationship with Joe Jonas work, karma and working with Miley Cyrus. Check it:
On how she met Joe: “We met through mutual friends in London, which is crazy because we both live in L.A. And we’ve already met each other’s parents, which I think is a good result of the kind of lifestyle we live. He’s sweet and really funny, which is huge for me.” On taking it one step at a time: “Right now I’m in this amazing place, and there are open doors. I think it would be foolish to take a month off. So many people would kill to be in my shoes that it’s just bad karma!” On working alongside Miley: “She’s young, but we could relate to each other because she’s probably been through as much as a 40-year-old!” On growing up in the spotlight: “Plenty of Disney kids are perfectly normal and love what they do. But you always hear about the people who aren’t doing well. It’s kind of like the squeaky wheel.” On her new roles beyond Twilight’s Alice: “As much as I love that character, I’m excited for people to see a bit of my range.”
On the future:“Right now I’m in this amazing place, and there are open doors. I think it would be foolish to take a month off. So many people would kill to be in my shoes that it’s just bad karma!”
On Hollywood haters:“There will always be people who love me or hate me. That’s why I try to focus on the positive.”
Eva Chen of Teen Vogue tagged along as Michael Kors helped Nikki Reed choose a dream dress for Teen Vogue’s Young Hollywood party. Here is some of what they chatted about while browsing through the Michael Kors store on New York City’s Madison Avenue.
Michael Kors: I’m so excited to be dressing you because if there’s one thing I love, it’s a girl who has a real body–I love curves–and one with a healthy glow.
Nikki Reed: Lucky for you, I have plenty of both! For a long time, I fought my natural gifts. But now that I’m in my 20s, I understand that it really is about loving your body and working with what you have. I don’t need to look like a runway model.
Michael Kors: It’s true. I think of models as genetic aberrations.
Nikki Reed: Totally! And 99 percent of guys don’t want to date that, you know? They’d rather have a real girl, someone with a body. Actually, the turning point for me in my body acceptance was when I quit smoking when I turned 21. I started doing a lot more sports then. That was a big step for me in loving myself and getting over the stick-figure body-envy nonsense–and it was because I felt stronger.
(Congratulations on quitting smoking Nikki! I knew she planned to do it – so it’s nice to see that she went through. She looks gorgeous and glowing! Check out the behind the scenes video, below).
Behind-The-Scenes Video of Nikki with Michael Kors:
Go read the entire article about Nikki shopping with Michael here to find out what Nikki Reed thinks of walking the red carpet and more!