These posters, made bykarencita03, are beyond amazing! I love it – human Bella, then Vampire Bella! If any of you are artists and want to share your fan made Breaking Dawn posters, send them into me and I’ll post a bunch!
One of our readers, Yessica, just sent me a link to this and I think it’s pretty cool! Twilight star Peter Facinelli presents his Vampire Transformer game for the iPhone where fans can turn any pictures of their friends into vampires. Watch above as Peter explains how to use his new app!
These are some great photos of Nikki Reed as Rosalie Lillian Hale on the set of Eclipse. I can say this is a scene I’m not looking forward to, as I know it’s going to be very sad. However, after watching it, perhaps we’ll all understand Rosalie a little better?
Noot Seer, who plays Heidi (the bait) in New Moon, covers the November issue of FASHION Magazine! She looks absolutely stunning in this shoot! I was really wishing we could have seen her in costume in one of the New moon trailers, but nothing yet. At least it will be a surprise in November! For more on Noot, pick up the November issue of FASHION Mag’!
New Moon’s Caius, played by Jamie Campbell Bower was interviewed by Fandango! In the interview Jamie divulges deets about his role as Caius and his band, The Darling Buds!
“In a bleach blond wig offset with stylish, dark attire, British actor Jamie Campbell Bower stands outside the sound studio on the Vancouver set of New Moon, having a cigarette break and waiting to be called in to shoot. His previous role in Sweeney Todd, and buzz from his upcoming part as Gellert Grindelwald in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows haven’t quite thrust him into the stratosphere of fame yet, but playing Caius, a member of the Volturi, might do the job. We grab him for a moment to ask him about his mysterious character, what it’s like to be a part of the Twilightphenomenon and what plans he has for his musical career”
Q. How come you’re not wearing your vampire red contacts right now? Campbell Bower: They hurt. They don’t hurt so much as make me feel a bit sick because my peripheral vision is very much impaired when I have them in.
Q. How would you describe Caius’ look?
Campbell Bower:I had a discussion with (costume designer) Tish (Monaghan), and we figured out that Caius probably doesn’t get to go out that much, so… he just steals his clothes from previous victims. The style is nice and smart and sleek and slim and – yeah, I like it. It’s very Italian, and I like the shoes, particularly.
Q. How much is expanded on in the 18th century flashback scenes?
Campbell Bower: A little bit – not very much as far as the Volturi go. It’s awesome. It does look really cool and it will be kind of shocking. I don’t want to go too far and ruin it for anyone.
New Moon’s Heidi, played by Model Noot Seear was interviewed by WWDLifeStyle and this is some of what she had to say:
On what “New Moon” director Chris Weitz was looking for when choosing Heidi:
“We wanted someone who had an unearthly and unlikely beauty, but could also convey humor and menace,” explains Weitz, who reportedly also considered AnnaLynne McCord of “90210” before eventually settling on Seear. “It’s rare to find a stunningly attractive person who also happens to have the ability to act.”
On Modeling VS. Acting:
But when the opportunity to be part of the “Twilight” juggernaut came about, she knew it was her time. “I started reading the books, and I couldn’t put them down,” she says.
She admits she was worried her modeling years would hinder her acting chops. “I was really scared because you’re not allowed to look in the camera [when filming a movie], but in the modeling world, you’re supposed to,” recalls Seear, whose problem was solved by the heavy-duty violet contacts she had to wear on-screen. “I literally couldn’t see 2 feet in front of me. They would tell me, ‘Look at Kristen [Stewart],’ and I was like, ‘OK. Where is she?’”
At some point, I know he will find out anyway. And, after seeing Jacob literally burst into wolf form right before his eyes, I don’t think it should surprise him – too much.
Charlie needs to know.
He needs to know the whole story, he needs to know what I am. I can’t keep coming up with excuses about my appearance, Nessie’s extremely fast mental and physical growth rate, and my cold, stone body. I can’t keep coming up with excuses as to why I can never be out in public on the rare sunny day we have here in Forks. Most importantly, even though he’s asked to remain uninformed, I can’ keep lying to Charlie.
Edward said he would come with me. I know I’ll need support on this one. I’m going to bring Renesmee, too. He needs to understand what she is. I never thought the day would come, where I’d have to sit my Father down and explain to him that I’m his vampire daughter. The worst part, though, will be explaining how I ended up like this. I can’t say how Charlie will react to the fact that Edward was the one who turned me, under necessairy circumstances, of course.
Tomorrow is supposed to be sunny during the afternoon. I plan to tell Charlie then. I want to bring him into the backyard and step into the sun, so he can understand fully what I am. It was important for me to wait until his heart was fully recovered before I told him. And now he’s “healthy as a horse,” as he likes to say. Although, after tomorrow, I’m not so sure how good his heart will be. I will definitely have to make sure he’s sitting down… and that he’s had a few Rainier beers into him, too.
I will write again soon and let you know how he took it. I’m hoping for the best, but prepared for the worst.