The issue will be out on November 5
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Smell you, Robert Pattinson!
E! News can exclusively reveal that the Twilight star has signed a mega-deal with Christian Dior.
Pattinson will star in a series of ad campaigns for the French fashion house's line of men's fragrances.
"Rob likes the brand," reports a source, who estimates the deal at being worth close to $12 million for three years.
Other celebs who have endorsed Dior fragrances include Jude Law, Charlize Theron and Natalie Portman, who appeared in a controversial topless ad last year.
R.Pattz is no stranger to Dior. He's hit the red carpet in several different Dior Homme looks, including a tuxedo at this year's Cannes Film Festival and jeans at the Teen Choice Awards.
(...)Maybe E! leaked the news too soon and Dior wasn't ready to announce yet? We'll wait and see.
But there is no fragrance contract. Not yet, at least.
The Dior international press office in Paris explained to The Hollywood Reporter Wednesday morning that the so-called "reports" were just rumors and that no contract has been signed. They had no further comments.
Calls to Pattinson's camp went unanswered.
Robert Pattinson on the cover of the November issue of L'Uomo Vogue.
Trench Lanvin, Lazaro rings, accessories Gasoline Glamour.
Photo by Caitlin Cronenberg.
Fashion editor Rushka Bergman.
L'Uomo Vogue this month will be on sale from November 5 in the coming days in Milan and elsewhere in Italy.
MTV: Meanwhile Robert Pattinson has been describing the vampire sex in the film as "ridiculous" in recent interviews.
Meyer: Yeah I saw that. I think he was talking about how it was so hard to keep a straight face [during that scene]. For the actors, there are 40 people in the room and most of them are inches away from you. It's a kind of awkward menage-a-forty going on. I think when you see the scene it's a testament to their acting ability that you don't see any of that in that moment at all.
MTV: Kellan Lutz recently said there's a special bonus scene during the credits. What can you say about that?
Meyer: That's actually incorrect. What they've been talking about will be in DVD extras I assume but it's not in the credits. There is no extra scene.
"Weird". The word may now return often in the actors' mouths of Twilight. Sure, it had to be weird for them to shoot all together for the last time. But for them, it is ultimately only a secondary strangeness. For them, this whole last part seems out of the ordinary.
"This film has nothing to do with the other four previous ones," confirms Robert Pattinson, Edward interpreter. "Vampires are really superbizarre dudes." Kristen Stewart, meanwhile, won't be original. When asked what she thinks of this second part which is about to land on our screens, she does not hesitate: "Let me tell you that this movie is very special. And that's a compliment : Breaking Dawn Part 2 is indeed bizarre." That is to think that she and Robert have been talking and spreading the same word! Fortunately, Bill Condon, the director of this latest opus is more talkative. "I always thought that the first part was composed of two chapters. One would be romantic, the other horrific, but in the case of this last episode, I think we can describe the set of epic."
Taylor Lautner, the actor playing Jacob, on the other hand thinks that what fans want the most is to see how this version 2.0 of Bella option vampire will behave now. "They all want to know how she went from this clumsy girl to be hypersexy, graceful and athletic." Bill Condon is also in the same direction: "We can not imagine how this transformation is a major event before seeing it. Her transformation from a simple high school girl to a warrior is simply mind blowing." Compliments that will certainly go to Kristen Stewart's heart. However, the girl seems to have had some difficulty in this experience.
Robert Pattinson: "Since she's supposed to have changed looks, Kristen had to wear contact lenses. Like the other vampires in the film. She had to complain about 500 times more than me." Another difficulty for the star of the film was to embody a warrior on high heels. "This grace that has naturally Bella, the actress says funnily, I did not develop it at all!"
Among the other points of the highly anticipated movie: the performance of Renesmee, Bella's daughter, performed by the young Mackenzie Foy. An actress whose career has only just begun (she was also seen in some TV series such as Hawaï 5.0, FlashForward and 'Til Death), which obviously has not left herself been impressed by others. "They are all very friendly," she merely said about them.
Giving the role to this girl does not seem to have been very difficult for the producers of the film. "We've seen many contenders but once we saw Mackenzie, we quickly realized that she embodies Renesmee to perfection. On set, she was so good that Robert and Kristen quickly developed a relationship very protective of her. I often interrupted their long conversations to resume filming a scene." In turn, ensures Kristen that she has loved shooting with her: "I'm always curious to know what happens in the minds of children attending movie stages. In addition, Mackenzie is not far from being the same age as I was when I started this job." Kristen Stewart making referance to Panic Room, this feature film she had shared with Jodie Foster.
For Taylor Lautner, the relationship between Jacob and Renesmee was difficult to manage. Because in the novel, the werewolf is supposed to develop a very ambiguous relationship with the girl. It was therefore necessary that Lautner plunges deeply into the books and he discusses it with Stephenie Meyer to grasp the depth of this relationship, and can thus be interpreted to perfection. "On set, everyone was laughing at me because of that. I was laughing with them. But to achieve what I wanted in my acting, I had to tell myself that they shared together Renesmee and Jacob, a friendly unalterable relationship. I think fans will be very pleased with the result." This last movie is also an opportunity for Taylor to embody a new Jacob, now stripped of his legendary rivalry with Edward. "Until now, there was only one goal in life: to be with Bella. but now, he's finally happy!"
Just have to wait until the film's release. Where Kristen Stewart still promises a big surprise for the end. "The fans will be crazy!" she warns. Can't wait for November!
The highly anticipated release of "Breaking Dawn - Part 2" truly marks the end of an era. And since MTV News has followed the record-breaking franchise from the beginning, we're pulling out all the stops to celebrate the final chapter in Stephenie Meyer's best-selling vampire romance series.
Get ready for an extra-special dose of "Breaking Dawn" goods Thursday, November 1, at 8 p.m. ET, when MTV News presents "MTV First: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2," an exclusive sit-down with Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner, during which they will introduce a never-before-seen clip from the film on MTV.
Following the on-air introduction of the exclusive clip, the "Twilight" trio will stick around for a lengthy interview on MTV.com and will joined by other castmembers as well. Fans can get in on the action immediately by submitting video or text questions beginning today via MTV.com or Twitter (@MTVNews, hashtag #AskTwilight).
In the meantime, don't miss our Twi-Fight Saga: A "Twilight" Tournament, which features dozens of characters going head-to-head in a battle that lets the fans choose their all-time favorite, who will be crowned November 12. After you've cast your vote in the Twi-Fight over at Twilight.MTV.com, check out MTV or MTV.com tonight (October 30) at 6:55 p.m. ET/PT for the world premiere of Green Day's music video "The Forgotten," the first music video from the film's soundtrack, on MTV and MTV.com. "The Forgotten" marks the band's first contribution to a "Twilight" soundtrack, which will drop three days before the film's release, on Tuesday, November 13.
Last but certainly not least, MTV will present a "Twilight Takeover" on Saturday, November 10, and Sunday, November 11, hosted by MTV News' Josh Horowitz, who will treat fans to a series of exclusive MTV moments from the very first interview with the cast through his latest exclusive interviews. The moments will appear throughout the weekend around MTV's scheduled programming.
NEW YORK, NY (October 29, 2012) – MTV and Reprise Records Grammy® Award-winning rock band Green Day today announced the network will exclusively premiere the trio’s new music video for “The Forgotten,” the first music video from Summit Entertainment’s THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN – PART 2 soundtrack that features footage from the film, on Tuesday, October 30 at 6:55 p.m. ET/PT on MTV and MTV.com. This is the band’s first contribution to a TWILIGHT soundtrack.
THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN – PART 2 soundtrack from Summit Entertainment along with Chop Shop Records and Atlantic Records will be released three day before the film’s premiere on Tuesday, November 13.
What do you like most about Edward?
He’s very passionate and honest. I’d love to love like that; Bella is everything to him. I have not fallen as hard as Edward does.
What do you not like about him?
He acts without thinking, and I’m not going to deny that I tend to do that too. I’ll miss being a vampire, because I do relate to Edward, and I know many people don’t believe it but I do like the character.
Who did you get along with the most during filming? With whom did you feel like you had the most chemistry?
We all got along famously, nobody isolated, everybody hung out together. I don’t think anyone hates me.
What’s your favorite Twilight movie?
I love BD1, the wedding was spectacular. Seeing Kristen dressed like a bride was like being in a dream.
How was your relationship with Rob, Kristen and Taylor?
They’re great people, they’re playful and fun. Rob was like a dad, taking care of me on set. Taylor made me laugh a lot and we played football on set. But who I really had a good time with was with Kristen. One time we got in trouble with our director Bill because we were chatting and we didn’t realize that people were waiting for us to shoot a scene. They were all sweet but they swear a lot.
Q: What is it like to arrive at the end of Twilight?Scans | Translation
Kristen Stewart: It's very strange. We know there are plenty of people that we will never see again, it's a bit like the end of high school. It was great, but something new is waiting for us, perhaps something even bigger.
Stephenie Meyer: No, that I do not believe it. (laughs) I just hope that the fans will love the end as they liked the first four films. Personally, I was eager to see what would give Bella as a vampire. Kristen is great, the scenes are really cool.
KS: I also can not wait for it to happen. Twilight vampires are truly unique. When we are transformed, everything is amplified when, as humans, we already have special abilities, they are exacerbated.
Robert Pattinson: I'm very happy, not that it stops, but that it is reaching the end. I remember when we shot the first movie, we were all stressed out by the idea that there would be no success and that we wouldn't shoot more of the saga. Then we saw the popularity it has suscited and the fan support has never dried up, even after four films. It is an extraordinary adventure that we have experienced, I am happy to be a part of it.
Q: What will you miss?
KS: Probably the fans, they were passionate, they have supported us all these years. There are very few films that generate much enthusiasm from the public. It's amazing to live such a phenomenon.
Q: What you liked the most?
SM: See Kristen, Rob, Taylor, Mackenzie and all of the others given life to my characters.
KS: I love my character Bella, the way it is, it evolves. She is the coolest girl in the saga.
Q: The relationship between Bella and Edward changed radically in the last film, can you tell us?
RP: Edward has always been surprised by the attitude of Bella for the first four movies ! Is he more surprised now that this she is a vampire? I'm not sure. What changes the most is that they are now equal. he should no longer protect her all the time, she won't be able to die. On the other hand, it is a newborn, she is fierce and can kill anyone if she can not control it. Edward will need to help her and teach her how to act a vampire. They will get closer as a couple. They know they will now be able to spend eternity together ... Finally, if the Volturi permit it.
KS: They will form a true couple. Bella transformation may be what dedicated their union, even more than marriage. The presence of Renesmee will also make them evolve at once. They are parents, and given the speed at which their daughter grows up, they will quickly take over their duty.
SM: Bella and Edward love their daughter, but everyone is wary of her. It affects the look they have towards her. Did they create a monster hiding behind the face of an angel?
You worked with Robert Pattinson? How was it to work with the star?
It seems at the same time that Rob Pattinson ... I was interested in Robert because the same, I think he has in real life, he has a great personality and that's why he's so famous today. That's why everybody likes him like this because he's so unique and I'm really interested working with this guy because... and I saw Cosmopolis for example, his last film, and I think he did a great performance, you know, he's amazing in the film, he's totally different as in real life, at the same time you believed his character. I mean he's amazing and the character he has to do in my film, in 'Mission Blacklist', it's a tough character, I mean it's not at all what we can imagine from Rob Pattinson, or what we know about this guy so it's gonna be really interesting I'm sure he's gonna be great because he's really intense and he has this ... I know that he is a great actor inside, I'm really excited in working with him on this film and we're gonna do the same, you know living in Iraq, doing some rehearsals and as it's based on a true story we're gonna work with Eric Maddox, who's the real person on which is based the story so it's gonna be interesting to mix work with as well Iraqi non (or known?) professional actors because the film is in Iraq, it () during the war, I want to, the same, you know, in being between fiction and documentary.
So you go on the lines, on the borderlines? You have no problem to go borderlines? You know to do, to shoot a movie in Iraq?
I think to do a good movie, to do a movie you need to take risks, if you know before anything, if you calculate everything ... we don't know how to do good movies so I think it's important to take risks, and try to find different ways of making films actually, not doing all the same, that's maybe a punk attitude as well but not doing as everybody's doing, same number of days of shooting, same coût?(cost in french), same kind of set, of (???). No, we have to try to change, it can be like doing a film with three people, something with like a 100 people in a coût?, whatever, I mean trying to imagine some different stuff, even different way of walking with the actors and different way of shooting the film, that's what really interest me. That's why I walked so long as an A.D (Assistant Director), as well as trying to (???). That's a French film but we can, it's not the same script so we have to find a way of doing the film differently, as any film, you know. Even on the way you shoot the film so going in Iraq for me it's really important because it's gonna be like so different shooting there as shooting in LA in a studio for example for the actors, I mean being there and understand how it was and meeting the Iraqis who are like unique and intense and great people and understand this culture and everything, I think it's part of the process.
It's alright to know some different worlds and different countries and meeting different people, for example on this film with Pattinson, you know I spent like 5 weeks in Iraq, living in Saddam Hussein palaces and when I was there I say 'wow'. I mean that's why I really love making movies, you know. How could I have been sleeping in Saddam Hussein's palace if I was not director, if I wasn't working on this film. I would have never been maybe to Iraq and it was great to be there and to understand the Iraqis and to meet the Iraqis.
Article - quotes from Rob, Kristen, Taylor and Stephenie Meyer
Article starts with a recap description of the last scene in BD1 and the synopsis of BD2.
Cinemanía met up with the team behind Breaking Dawn Part 2 this summer, first in San Diego and then again in Los Angeles, a few days before the scandal that put Pattinson and Stewart in danger broke. With Stephenie Meyer and the actors we reflected over the success of the Twilight Saga, fan enthusiasm, the sadness of saying goodbye, the memories and the excitement of finally taking some much deserved vacations.
The end of an era
We’ve seen them mature in front of cameras and our eyes, becoming grown up actors with a promising career. Stewart was only 18 when she played the insecure and in love Bella for the first time. Lautner was only 16 and had to get in shape with the possibility of a new actor replacing him for New Moon, and Pattinson was only an English actor that we saw dying in the fourth Harry Potter film. After four years and five movies, these guys agree in a lot of things: this franchise has changed their lives. They also admit to having a certain sadness because of never returning to that universe. The non-stop filming of both Breaking Dawn releases, for seven long months in Vancouver, were too long and tiring for the actors.
“If they told me tomorrow that we had to film new scenes, I’d be really happy. I’d start vibrating with excitement, because I enjoy playing this character,” Stewart explained to us about the bittersweet end that is approaching.
The actress also added that in reality, she hasn’t had to say goodbye to Bella, because all the characters she plays stay with her after she’s done portraying them, “I’ve taken all I needed from her and now this stage is over. This project has been something very special, it lasted a long time, it’s been very indulging and wonderful, although at the same time we were all rushing, not to be done with it, but to complete the experience. Now that we’ve made it, I like looking at it from a distance.”
Lautner, aware of the end of this very long and meaningful stage in his career, was sure to enjoy every single last moment on set, “I remember that the final date was approaching. There were three weeks of shooting left and I said to myself: ‘Now is when I should start soaking in every moment, because I know that when we’re done I’m going to want to turn back time and start this again.’ I’m very happy I did.” He confessed.
For him, there was an especially memorable instant during Breaking Dawn filming, “The most exciting scene to me was the dance with Bella, after the wedding, it’s on Part 1. It was the last thing I filmed in the entire franchise. It was a unique moment, but at the same time it was a tough scene on Jacob, it’s when he has to say goodbye to Bella,” he told, and admitted that the end of this saga allowed him to do something he’d been wanting to for a while, “When a movie ends, you need to take a week to sleep and not do anything. It’s fun because, after this week you thing: ‘Stop. I need to get back to work.’”
Pattinson’s words are probably more enticing to saddened fans of the saga, the actor wanted us to know that this isn’t really the end of the Twilight era, “I see the Harry Potter series and nobody is behaving like it’s over. Everybody looks at the cast the same way. I don’t think it affects in any way. It’ll take years for things to calm down or you need to do something more definitive after this to show the direction you want to take.”
- Would you make another movie of the series?
"Only if Stephanie Meyer wrote it. But at this point I wonder what could possibly happen. Maybe Edward could turn into a bad guy? Yeah, that would be something."
- What was the weirdest experience you've had with a fan?
"At the last Comic Con in San Diego, I was with Kristen who was also promoting Snow White and the Huntsman, and a girl approached me to ask if I felt comfortable being Prince Charming. I wasn't able to convince her that it wasn't me..."
- Wasn't it a blow to your ego?
"Not really, it only made me laugh. There was another time during a road trip, I found myself in a small village in an Indian reservation in New Mexico. As soon as I got off the car, I was surrounded by a group of kids who started calling me by my name. This should compare with story of Comic Con."
- Which was the hardest movie of the series?
"Breaking Dawn. It's two movies but we shot them back to back. Which means a 2 hour in the make-out trailer every day for 8 months."
- What will you miss next year?
"The 3 months in Vancouver. I grew attached to that city."
- Do you think that Bella becoming stronger somehow represents today's society and women's more and more important role?
"I don't know, but it would be a good thing to be honest."
- Do you like the archetypal strong woman?
"I grew up in a house full of women, my mother, my sisters, my father even. No, no, it's a joke, don't write that, I wouldn't want my dad to get hurt. I'm sorry, my sense of humour is a bit weird."
- What have these 5 years been like?
"A revolution. I never would have thought I could have this career or I would live in America. The downside is that it would have been better if it had happen before twitter and phones with cameras."
- What do you think of this job?
"We have become the most conservative people in the world. You can't even raise your voice, because everything will affect your career."
- Do you ever feel alone?
"It's hard to make new friends because you always think they actually want something else."
- The wrongest thing people say about you?
"That I'm like Edward. People tend to forget that Twilight is a movie."
- An actor you like?
"James Franco. He's intriguing in eveything he does, and he seems to have so many interests that he never does the same things."