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29 January 2010 @ 06:23 am
At Sundance, the actress talks about her indie flick "Welcome to the Rileys." (7X)
Source: MTV (duh)

 
 
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Corn
29 January 2010 @ 01:57 pm
Yay I finally made part 8! :D

And yes there will be a part 9. When I can be bothered to find/download more clips and edit.

*I think it's still processing - so quality will improve soon!


To see parts 1-7 got to my youtube page:

http://www.youtube.com/user/bedwardANDniley
 
 
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Linda
29 January 2010 @ 03:53 pm
the best picture from Sundance IMO


click for the full size

source: ______thatshott @ twilightsagafan
 
 
 
Julianna
29 January 2010 @ 05:01 pm
Twilight darlings Kirsten Stewart and Anna Kendrick are quickly breaking out of their vampire coffins. We're all aware by now that Anna has received tons of acclaim for her performance alongside George Clooney in Up in the Air, and Kristen was the talk of Sundance town.

Got it?

That's why we think yesterday's item about Kristen and Robert Pattinson was totally fair game. We're not "pitting them against each other," as so many Twi-screamers say, but pointing out R and K both have the opportunities with their upcoming flicks to become major players in this entertainment biz.

Heck, while Ashley Greene is shooting some horror movie in Germany and Kellan Lutz is losing Barbarian roles, Kendrick is picking out her Oscar gown! And According to people who have worked with Kristen, she, too is already headed for Oscar's stage—and we don't mean as a presenter: "Kristen's got this innate quality, that gift, that not everyone has," Welcome to the Rileys director Jake Scott told us. "She's magic. I can see it happening. I can see her becoming a major star. She's grounded, which is important to say about her. She's really grounded. She's a cool chick."

Oscar-nominated actress Melissa Leo, who costars with K.Stew in Welcome, was eager to throw in her experienced two cents on Kristen's potential. "I'm sure she'll be up there on that stage one day, I'm positive." Leo, whose performance in Frozen River last year put her in a gown alongside Meryl Streep and Kate Winslet, says she sees a lot of herself in young K.Stew. "Something happens with actors who are committed to what they do. We enjoyed each other because we were so serious about work; we adored each other."

Dang, if we were Kristen, we'd not only have suck faced with R.Pattz in public 232 years ago, we'd be nervous about acting out possibly two more of Melissa Rosenberg's movies. After what seems like a lot of successful reviews post-New Moon, it doesn't sound too fun to go back to your not-very-well-written roots.

We all know Anna Kendrick's thinking the same damn thing, right? Everyone in town is expecting A.K. to get a nomination for Best Supporting Actress. Now that she's been catapulted to the major leagues, we bet this petite cutie is counting her blessings that she has maybe two lines in all the Twilight flicks. It actually wouldn't surprise us if Annie wanted to finagle her way out of the franchise, seeing as movie offers are pouring in for her now, but she strikes us as the type to stay loyal to her fans, à la Kristen.

Stewart would never leaver her Twi-fans high and dry (as if Summit would let her), but it'll be interesting to see if K.Stew is as eager about two Breaking Dawn flicks as she might have once been.
Come on, Stephenie Meyer, let's do one more movie. For all our sake, yeah?
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Lisa
29 January 2010 @ 08:21 pm

@DanielRossano: WTTR Fans we will have a theatrical release!
@robstenlovex WE'RE SEEING WTTR!!! Its been picked up!! [or so ive been told]
@Welcome2Rileys: DANIEL!! Stop tweeting about the movie. Uncle G.
 
 
 
 
Lisa
29 January 2010 @ 08:49 pm
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From the set of Welcome to the Rileys.
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Bárbara
29 January 2010 @ 10:17 pm
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Guess who's number one...

You can watch it
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