“What is a ‘gay sensibility’? It’s just a sensibility, but part of who you are is that you’re gay. So in a way, yes and no — you know? Now I’ve got to read it and hear what he said. But you know, I think what’s legitimate about it is that the thing that’s really remarkable about ‘Twilight,’ to me, is that it’s not necessarily about teenage boys’ concerns. Certainly that’s an aspect of it with Jacob and the wolves and all that, but it really puts things that are more explicitly female center-stage in a tent pole that a ton of people go to see. I think probably that stuff interests me more than another comic book action movie might, or blowing up trains and things. So in a way, I can see that that makes some sense.”
— “Twilight”‘s Kellan Lutz is probably never allowed to talk to the media again after he said openly gay “Breaking Dawn: Part 1” director Bill Condon brought a “gay sensibility” to the film. In fairness, Kellan was talking to The Advocate, a gay lifestyle magazine. But Movieline pressed Condon about the “gay sensibility” line and this was his kind of jumbled and indirect response. But it’s nevertheless interesting that from a Hollywood blockbuster point of view, a film not being about “teenage boys’ concerns” is the anomaly — and therefore it’s not really weird that a gay man is directing a film for teen girls. (Whatever. We always thought those werewolves were kinda homoerotic.) [Movieline] Keep reading »
Kristen Stewart spilled the details of the much-anticipated love scene in “Twilight: Breaking Dawn — Part 1″ in Glamour UK. She told the mag that she had to keep reminding herself she was playing a character while acting with real-life boyfriend Robert Pattinson, and that part of the scene had to be cut because they were too steamy. Keep reading »
I read the entire Twilight series in just under a month, and by the time I reached the pivotal scene in which Bella and Edward finally get to make sweet, icy cold, passionate vampire love, I was pretty much ready to explode. And I wouldn’t even consider myself a true Twihard, so I can imagine the truly obsessed fans of the series — like this chick – are going to have some sort of simultaneous mass climax when that fateful honeymoon scenes hits the big screen in “Breaking Dawn: Part 1.” Here is a sneak peek to whet their/your appetite.
Man, Kristen Stewart cleans up nice. Here she is on the cover of British GQ, proving that (a) retro style swimsuits do wonders and (b) that black is a perfectly beautiful color for a pedicure. Personally, I am loving this look. Keep reading »
What’s this you’re looking at? Hold on, I’ll tell you, just need to stop simultaneously laughing and barfing … Okay, I’m good. So, this is a felt representation of Bella Swan’s womb, complete with a tiny mutant fetus, made by a fan of the “Twilight” series. Creepy and crafty! [Film Drunk] Keep reading »