No one in Hollywood is hotter right now than Twilight actors Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner. Producers are clamoring to put them in movies, and the two actors — Pattinson, 23 and Lautner, 18 — can pretty much make any kind of film they choose. So it’s interesting that their post-Twilight movie careers are shaping up to be so drastically different.
Lautner, 18, has just signed on for an action thriller called Abduction, about a man who discovers his own baby picture on a missing persons website. Lautner will also be playing a super-powered secret agent fighting terrorists in the film Max Steel, a martial arts fighter who has to save his kidnapped friends on vacation in Cancun, and the titular body-stretching superhero in Stretch Armstrong. Notice a pattern here? Lautner is definitely gunning to be the next big action hero, following a path similar to the one Will Smith took in the mid-90s. Read more…
Twilight hunk Robert Pattinson has reportedly confirmed that he and co-star Kristen Stewart are together.
Rumour mills about their romance were abuzz since the actors shot to global fame with their role in the vampire love story but both chose to remained tight-lipped about their relationship status.
The British actor broke his silence at the post-do dinner at the BAFTA’s.
The news comes just a day the 23-year-old actor was seen partying in London with a mystery redhead. Pattinson admits the pair maintain this cloak-and-dagger stuff just to avoid attention by devoted fans, The Sun reported online. Read more…
They’ve monopolized magazine covers and encouraged moviegoers around the world to spend more than $1 billion at the box office. Surely, the three young stars of the Twilight franchise —Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart— have earned a break in between big-screen installments of their supernatural saga.
Not if they desire careers that require more than just being a brooding vampire, a hard-bodied werewolf and the sulky girl who loves them. When it comes to life after multi-part blockbusters such as the Star Wars trilogies, opportunity often awaits. But so does type-casting, poor decision-making and outright rejection. Only a chosen few rise to Harrison Ford heights.
That might explain why each of the Twilight trio has at least one film coming long before the third outing based on Stephenie Meyer’s literary phenom, Eclipse, arrives June 30. Read more…
Robert Pattinson fans…reasons to merry as the wait is over to catch the hunk on silver screen once again. It’s not that he was completely missing from the tabloids, but we are talking about his presence as an actor and his performances.
And guess what the best part is? Robert is going to treat us twice…soon. If it is “Remember Me” on 12th March 2010, the cherry on the cake will be the trailers of “Twilight Saga: Eclipse” during the screening of “Remember Me” on 12th March itself. And the full movie Eclipse would follow shortly on 30th June 2010.
So many fans are in fact asking questions on why Eclipse trailers during Remember Me? Is it some kinda publicity stunt to attract people for a non-twilight film? I don’t think so, because Remember Me itself is a quality movie and I am sure it would draw crowd all by itself. Read more…
For all the money the Twilight franchise is making, how much of it actually has to do with Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson? This March, exactly one week apart, both Stewart and Pattinson will be releasing a pair of movies that are arguably the biggest since they’ve been wrapped up in all things Twilight. Prior to this, Stewart watched Adventureland gross a measly $16 million, while Pattinson’s Little Ashes didn’t even cross the $500,000 mark.
But that was back in 2008, and one would think the heat on these two has grown since then — especially with the release of a second Twilight film, New Moon, which went on to break records in 2009. Now the two actors are back for another round of solo efforts, with Pattinson debuting Remember Me on March 12th and Stewart rockin’ out in The Runaways on March 19th (I’m not counting The Yellow Handkerchief because it’s way too small to do any sort of damage). To be fair, Remember Me comes from Summit Entertainment and, as such, is fortunate enough to be carrying the first trailer for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. The Runaways, meanwhile, has a handful of mediocre Sundance reviews and a much talked-about make-out scene between Stewart and Dakota Fanning. As far as gimmicks go, I’m scoring this one as Pattinson: 1 Stewart: 0. Read more…
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