Guess who showed up at last night's Red Riding Hood premiere?! Twilight starlet, Nikki Reed, also known to twihards as Rosalie Hale! She came to show support for Red Riding Hood and Twilight director, Catherine Hardwicke. The two have been close friends since Hardwicke cast Reed in her directorial debut, Thirteen.
Also in attendance were the stars of Hardwicke's new flick, Amanda Seyfried and Shiloh Fernandez. Did you know that Shiloh was in consideration to play Edward Cullen? Can you image anyone but Robert Pattinson in the role?
When asked about a Twilight/Red Riding Hood connection, Hardwicke replied,"it kind of starts in that (Twilight) world, two people madly crazy in love . . . But then a murder happens right away and it completely tu…Read more >
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I have some bad news for you Robsten fans... Their love may not be strong enough for Hollywood!
Robert Pattinson revealed that all of the media attention has hurt his real-life romance with Kristen Stewart.
"It's just very traumatic," the 24-year-old Brit complains. "When this is over, the media will lose interest. There'll be nothing to say. It won't fit into a headline anymore. It won't fit into a template."
"There's nothing you can do about it. That's the way it is," Pattinson explains of his oppressive new stardom. "But it is weird being part of that, kind of representing something you don't particularly like. God, I just really head-butted it. This thing with everyone knowing you, it's weird, because people have this one-sided relationsh…Read more >
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