Twilight star Robert Pattinson talks ’80s porn, his love for his dog, and his run-in with an elephant in the March issue of Details. He mulls the racy photo shoot that accompanies the story: “I can’t say I had no idea, because it was a 12-hour shoot, so you kind of get the picture that these women are going to stay naked after, like, five or six hours. But I wasn’t exactly prepared. I had no idea what to say to these girls,” says Pattinson. The actor also talks about being inspired by, yet conflicted about his role as an artist. “If it exists out there—this invisible-creative-spirit-idea thing—then you’re the medium through which it travels so everybody can touch it. But…what gives you the right to be the medium? What gives you the right to claim it? And then get an agent and say I want $20 million and a fruit basket to be the medium, thank you very much,” he says.
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Nineteen-year-old Twilight star Kristen Stewart was recently called to jury duty in L.A., where she helped decide a case involving prostitution and an undercover cop.
At the end of the three-day trial, the man accused of paying the undercover officer for sex was found not guilty, but another drama accidentally arose from Stewart’s presence, according to E!Online (via People): After a security guard supposedly requested and received a photo with the actress, the guard’s wife posted the picture online, endangering his job.
“Right now my husband and the security guard are in trouble,” a person claiming to be the man’s wife posted online, after yanking down the photo, “for [the picture] having gone up … because it is confidential when celebrities are in court.”
The actress’s rep had no comment.
Kate Gosselin, Victoria Beckham to guest-host on 'The View'; Robert Pattinson also scheduled to appear
Reality mom Kate Gosselin, actress Valerie Bertinelli, and Victoria “Posh” Beckham are all scheduled to appear as guest co-hosts in the near future on The View, according to ETonline; political daughter Meghan McCain sat in with Barbara Walters and co. earlier today.
Gosselin will appear March 11, ABC confirms to EW, and Robert Pattinson will mark his first time on the show March 2.
Summit Entertainment has announced that the DVD launch of New Moon will be Saturday, March 20. The two-disc special edition set will be available in DVD and Blu-ray.
The third film in Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight vampire series, Eclipse, will also be released in IMAX theaters when it premieres June 30, 2010. It marks a first for the franchise.
The Sundance Film Festival has announced the film line-up for the movies screening ‘out of competition’ at the festival in the Premieres, Spotlight, New Frontiers and Park City at Midnight sections. Highlights include John Wells’ film debut The Company Men, starring Ben Affleck and Kevin Costner; Katie Holmes and John C. Reilly in The Extra Man and Tom McCarthy’s (The Visitor) upcoming film starring Philip Seymour Hoffman in Jack Goes Boating. The Affleck brothers will be given a chance to reunite at the festival since The Killer Insider Me starring Casey Affleck and Jessica Alba will also debut. Sundance staples Catherine Keener and Kristen Stewart will both be returning to the festival with two films. Stewart will debut her Joan Jett portrayal in The Runaways and the competition film Welcome to the Rileys. Keener is featured in Nicole Holofcener’s latest film Please Give with Amanda Peet, Oliver Platt and Rebecca Hall and can also be seen in The Duplass Brothers (Puffy Chair) latest untitled movie opposite John C. Reilly, Marisa Tomei, and Jonah Hill. You can find the complete Sundance line-up here.
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