Though there’s been plenty of Oscar talk so far, Ben Affleck’sArgo is guaranteed a spot in the Best Picture Slot, while Affleck himself will likely be nabbing a director nod while the acting remains to certainly be seen among other heavy contenders. However for his next project, Affleck will only be standing in front of the camera this time around in Focus but set to find his next directorial effort soon enough. Until then, Warner Brothers is keeping him busy and may have just found his female lead who is looking to kick off her post-Twilight career in a positive direction.
As November gets ever closer, Lionsgate is ready for a massive profit as the box office spikes thanks to the finale of The Twilight Saga with Breaking Dawn Part 2. Though it was originally slated to be the end of the franchise, earlier this year rumors started to swirl that with Lionsgate’s purchasing of Summit Entertainment the studio would be looking into keeping the series going beyond the previously thought end date. Though exact plans have yet to be revealed, it seems that a remake or TV continuation may be taking a back seat as new info has surfaced that we could see a big screen spin-off.
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That’s right, according to Forbes, Kristen Stewart is the highest paid actress in Hollywood.
She must make all that money for all the different emotions she exhibits on screen.
Trailer: On the Road - Coming Soon 2012
Directed by Walter Salles, based on the book by Jack Kerouac, starring Garret Hedlund, Kristen Stewart, Sam Riley, Kirsten Dunst, Amy Adams, Viggo Mortensen, Steve Buscemi, and Elisabeth Moss.
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Twihards have long been anticipating seeing Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson) honeymoon on Isle Esme and consummate their marriage amid flying feathers. And as audiences will see when The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1 arrives in theaters this Friday, the love scene does not disappoint. But, according to the stars of the movie, things could have been even more steamy — if it weren’t for director Bill Condon needing to keep the action PG-13. “There’s a version where it was really intense,” recalls Pattinson in this week’s EW. “Cinematically, cut all together, it’s awesome,” says Kristen Stewart. “But we didn’t really do that scene.
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The fact that there will never be another Harry Potter movie is starting to sink in.
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BREAKING: Robert Smith will be starring as Bella in the upcoming Twilight movie.
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