Kristen Stewart has been given the prestigious honor of landing Elle magazine’s September cover.
The 24-year-old is snapped rocking layered Chanel necklaces—which is fitting considering she’s currently the face of the fashion house’s Paris-Dallas collection—and a metallic low-cut cocktail dress.
K.Stew is also photographed wearing this season’s most coveted couture while posing in a grocery store near her hometown in West Hills, Calif.
But it’s not all fun and fashion for the brunette star, as she opens up to the women’s mag about the pitfalls of fame.
Aww…Robert Pattinson is one proud little brother!
It was reported in late July that the 28-year-old Twilight alum’s 31-year-old sister, Lizzy Pattinson, passed a closed-door audition for The X Factor U.K. in front of judges Simon Cowell, Louis Walsh, Cheryl Cole and Mel B, which means she could end up appearing on the singing competition series’ 11th season.
“I’m like, so ridiculously proud of her,” a beaming Rob told Grazia Daily in an on-camera interview at a photo call for his movie The Rover in London on Wednesday. “I would never have the balls to do that, ever, in a million years. I can’t believe she’s done it. So, it’s amazing.”
Filming The Rover in a remote part of south Australia with cast and crew all staying in a local pub was just about perfect, says Robert Pattinson. The filmmakers all mucked in together, braved filming in soaring temperatures, and at night bonded over a drink or two. Pattinson wouldn’t have had it any other way and says that it helped director David Michôd and his cast and crew build an unbreakable bond.
“It was amazing,” he says. “Because the whole crew was staying in the same place and there was nothing else to do, we were living in a pub. It’s annoying if you’re in an unfamiliar city and all the people you work with are from that city, they all go home, so you’re just stuck in your hotel.
“When you can hang out with a bunch of new people, you get close to them really quickly, especially when there’s literally nothing else to do. It’s really fun. I hadn’t done that for a long time. I had a fantastic experience making this film.”
Kellan Lutz gets truly into character in this exclusive, behind-the-scenes look from Tarzan.
Cameras take us behind the motion-capture picture to see how it was really filmed, into the recording studio and Kellan‘s co-star Spencer Locke chats up the film, now out on DVD and Blu-ray NOW.
Tarzan summary: During an expedition to a remote African jungle, the Greystoke family’s helicopter crashes, leaving one survivor: the young boy J.J., nicknamed Tarzan (Lutz). Raised by gorillas, Tarzan lives by the laws of the jungle — until he encounters another human being, the courageous and beautiful Jane Porter (Locke).
For Tarzan and Jane, it’s love at first sight — and the beginning of a thrilling adventure — as Tarzan uses his instincts and intellect to protect his jungle home and the woman he loves.
What happens when two young, hot, single stars get together to make a movie halfway around the world?
Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult are about to find out.
The day after sources confirmed Hoult has split with longtime girlfriend Jennifer Lawrence, he and Stewart took to the stage in Tokyo at a press conference to announce the start of production of their sci-fi movie, Equals.
“I can’t stand him,” Stewart joked of Hoult, according to the Boston Herald. The two, both 24, were spotted earlier this week sharing a meal at a sushi restaurant.
He’s the 28-year-old British actor who has survived trial by fire – the Twilight phenomenon, tabloid hysteria – to become one of our most promising leading men. Over the next few months, you’ll see him deliver top-drawer performances in movies by David Cronenberg, Werner Herzog and Anton Corbijn. First, The Rover, this summer’s must-see film. To celebrate, Esquire’s man in LA invited September’s cover star over for beers and a barbecue
He doesn’t seem the nervous type, Robert Pattinson. He always looks so calm, in the face of all those screaming girls. But there are times when he gets very anxious indeed, and the heart quickens and the behaviour changes. And when he does, he lies, he just makes stuff up. Or at least that’s what he told US late-night chat-show host Jimmy Kimmel recently, when he was a guest on the show to promote his latest movie, The Rover.
It’s not easy being Greene. “I’m constantly losing my keys in my purse,” confesses Twilight alum Ashley Greene, 27. “The other day the valet was like, ‘Um, miss, we can’t move your car,’ and I started digging frantically,” the costar of Zach Braff’s Wish I Was Here (out July 18) admits to Us Weekly. What items did the actress, who dates Australian TV personality Paul Khoury, find while rifling through her Bulgari satchel?
The Queen of Clean
“I constantly eat in my car, so I keep Oral-B Glide floss with me. And I won’t leave my house without Dove deodorant or the Honest Company’s hand sanitizer. I shake a lot of hands!”
Ever wondered what Kristen Stewart and Anne Hathaway would look like in drag? Us either.
Regardless, the two actresses (plus peer Brie Larson) dressed up like dudes for pal Jenny Lewis’ “Just One of the Guys” music video. The song serves as the first track from The Voyager, the indie singer-songwriter’s first solo album in six years. Lewis calls the compilation “the hardest one” she’s ever made.
What was it like shooting the music video? “We screamed with laughter all day, huddled behind the monitor,” Lewis tells GQ. “I haven’t laughed that hard since What About Bob? came out on laser disk.”
Robert Pattinson is tired.
The 28-year-old has spent the better part of the last month doing press for David Michôd’s “The Rover,” a slow-burn thriller that’s caked in equal parts dirt, dried blood and nihilism. Pattinson has appeared on the cover of The Hollywood Reporter. He’s done interviews with BuzzFeed, The Daily Beast, Indiewire, Jimmy Kimmel and, now, The Huffington Post. “It was good in theory,” Pattinson said of the press gauntlet, before trailing off.
Fortunately, the performance Pattinson is promoting is one of his best yet. He plays Rey in “The Rover,” a simple-minded criminal who gets left for dead by his brother in post-apocalyptic Australia and then goes on a journey of revenge with Eric (Guy Pearce), a man also wronged by Rey’s sibling.
Now playing in limited release is writer/director David Michôd’s thriller The Rover. The film stars Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson and takes place 10 years after the collapse of society, revolving around a man who sets out to reclaim his last possession from a gang. The pic is based on an original idea by Michôd and Joel Edgerton and marks Michôd’s long-awaited follow-up to his well-received 2010 feature debut Animal Kingdom. For more on the film, watch the trailer or read Matt’s review.
At the Los Angeles press day I landed an exclusive video interview with Robert Pattinson, Guy Pearce and David Michod. They talked about working together to create the characters, the challenging filming conditions, what it was like on set, and more.
Robert Pattinson, Guy Pearce and Director David Michod:
-How did they work together to establish the characters?
-The challenging conditions for filming the movie.
-What was it like between takes?