Saturday, May 29, 2010

Kellan Lutz - Doggie Aficionado

Thank you Nadine!!! (Kellan Lutz Online)

Thursday, May 27, 2010

How much do you want Lee Safar?

Lee Safar has agreed to make a calendar and post it for sale on her site if 100 people agree to pre-order. Now, I kinda want one...I think it would be really cool to have one of my besties hanging on my wall in a calender. If you agree, send all comments to her Twitter or her Facebook page.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

JBone x GPPR

  I LOVE miss lawn from! She's schmexy and she brings f*cklishious actors! MMM!

Remember awhile back when I visited Jackson at his photo shoot and laced him up w/ some clothes from my mens line?! Well, if you don’t here’s a pic to refresh your memory…

Anyways, I heard that some of the unedited pics from the shoot leaked so I checked out & of course they had them. As I was looking through the pics I came across the Chaplin shots…

and these babies…

Gaaaahhhh… he’s wearing a GPPR tee!!! I did it guys… I finally got one of my lines on someone from Twilight!!! Next… KStew (crossing fingers) in Hellz Bellz then I’m coming for yah RPatz!!!

Kellan Lutz at build-a-bear

Kellan is a little kid at heart, literally! He's so adoreable!

Scene cards from Eclipse Board Game

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#1 Eclipse TV Spot 'Destiny' in HQ

Access Hollywood went behind the scenes of Ashley’s photo shoot for Seventeen magazine, where they talk about Eclipse, Breaking Dawn and living with the paparazzi.

REMOVED Music Video Is Now Live

I like about 2 hours west of Shreveport, where he filmed this, its nice see images and landmarks so close to home. I wanted to go to Shreveport and find Billy while he was here, but I figured he would be busy and I felt I'd be in the way, so I didn't even try to go. I know exactly where a few of the places are that are in this video, so it wouldn't have been that hard, but anywho...what do you all think of the video? 

I’ll start this post by saying this… we here at the bb site have been nothing short of BLOWN AWAY by the overwhelming and sincerely adulatory response we’ve received since launching this project. I personally, want to thank each and every one of you who have put forth SO MANY kind thoughts, compliments and good wishes. From conception to fruition and everywhere after, this is now, and will continue to be a collaborative and interactive effort. I’m gonna do my absolute best to keep you current with everything we’re doing and everything that transpires along this dusty ass little road you’re walking with me.

In that spirit, we managed to throw together a little something while on location in Shreveport, Louisiana. Some of you might know that for the past couple months I was there filming a pretty groovy and I think, pretty bad ass (somewhat adult) 3D action road picture (directed by Patrick Lussier) with Nicolas Cage called “DRIVE ANGRY”. On one of the few days that I had free, I had the good fortune of being visited by my close friend and up and coming filmmaker Devon Gummersall. He and I both thought it might be a sweet opportunity to shoot some unplanned, guerilla style footage for an impromptu video for “REMOVED”. My super-cool wife and best pal Pollyanna Rose agreed to play with us and thus, we set forth on a one day into night excursion to see what we could come up with. As you’ll see we started out on the deserted streets of Shreveport and ended up literally, in the closet of the house we were renting.

So alright, listen… admittedly we’re not shattering any earth or reinventing any wheels with this thing. We just wanted to give you all something visual and perhaps visceral to experience while we prepare the “drop” of the record and I really wanna thank my friend Devon for rocking us with his talents. Anyway, if you get any mild entertainment, amusement or even a bad taste in your mouth from it, hit us with a comment below this post, over at youtube, twitter, facebook or wherever you’re so inclined. We installed a comment reply notification here on the site so if myself or anyone else responds to your comment you’ll be notified by email.

I can’t tell you all how invaluable your involvement has been in helping spread the word about this album. Again, thanks so much for all the kind words. As I write this, the rest of the record is being completed and mastered. We’re still on schedule for a June 22nd release. It’s really been quite cool for me to have this place to communicate with you all in a more personal setting. That said, I’ve been a bit lame lately due to a non-stop schedule in terms of responding to your comments and emails. I WILL get better.

With sincere gratitude and as always much love, I hope you all enjoy seeing me in my underpants…


According to The Hollywood Reporter, and confirmed by Ashley’s rep by MTV, Ashley has been offered the lead role in Scream 4. Offers have also gone out to Lake Bell, Hayden Panettiere and Rory Culkin for key starring roles.

“Scream 4” reunites Wes Craven with Kevin Williamson, who kicked off a horror- movie revival with his “Scream” script in 1996. The story brings back original cast members Neve Campbell, David Arquette and Courteney Cox, though the new flick is seen as a passing of the baton to a new generation of slasher victims, with Williamson already under contract to write a fifth installment.

If deals are concluded, Greene would play Campbell’s cousin Jill, essentially the heroine of the movie, and Panettiere would play her best friend, a nerdy film geek. Culkin would play a potential love interest for Jill.

Bell is negotiating to play a police officer who knew Sidney (Campbell) from high school.

Casting is proceeding slowly because Craven and Dimension are not sending the script to agencies in order to protect its secrecy. With only character descriptions, actors are having a difficult time deciding whether certain roles are for them. Reps for the actors declined comment.

Shooting for Scream 4 is expected to start in Michigan in July and will hit theaters in April 2011. I was a huge fan of the original Scream movies, so I’d love to see Ashley become a part of this franchise!

New Eclipse Banner: The Wolf Pack

Twilight's Nikki Reed Joins Staples and to Promote the 3rd Annual Staples/Do Something 101 National School Supply Drive

Led by Teens Nationwide, the Do Something 101 Campaign Provides Back-to-School Products to Students in Need

NEW YORK & FRAMINGHAM, Mass., May 19, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) and Staples (Nasdaq: SPLS) are teaming up with actress and screenwriter, Nikki Reed, for the 3rd Annual National Staples/Do Something 101 School Supply Drive (

Nikki, star of this summer's upcoming blockbuster film Twilight: Eclipse, is encouraging teens to make a difference this summer by collecting school supplies and dropping them off at their local Staples store from July 4 through September 18. In addition, Staples customers will be able to get involved by donating $1 at any Staples store, with 100 percent of the proceeds benefiting local students in need. Each Staples store will be matched to a local educational not-for-profit organization serving local youth, and and Staples will ensure that all the donations get to these partners just in time for the new school year.

"Do Something 101 has done an amazing job in its first two years, and I'm dedicated to making the 2010 campaign the best yet," said Nikki Reed. "Every donated pencil, notebook and other supplies add up to make a big difference in improving education."

During the first two Do Something 101 school supply drives, Staples and, with the help from celebrity supporters Jordin Sparks and Ciara, raised more than $750,000. To build on this success and help kick off the 2010 campaign, Nikki is starring in a public service announcement (PSA) that will air on television and radio stations nationwide, starting in July. Staples will also donate more than $125,000 worth of school supplies to the program.

"Since 2008, Do Something 101 has inspired teens and Staples customers to help students in need who cannot afford basic school supplies," said Jevin Eagle, executive vice president of merchandising and marketing at Staples. "Staples is committed to making a difference in the community, and we hope to continue to build awareness for Do Something 101 to help hundreds of thousands of students succeed in school."

Teens who want to get involved can go to for ideas on how to run local school supply drives and to sign up for an action kit. Whether holding a school supply drive at summer camp, during a summer sports league, or at a neighborhood block party, and Staples offer tips, resources, and flyers for how to get started and make the most of every teen's summer.

" empowers teens to take action in their communities," said Nancy Lublin, CEO and Chief Old Person at "Staples has been a fantastic supporter for the past several years and we're thrilled to continue the relationship, and the Do Something 101 campaign, to provide young people with even more opportunities to rock social change with their friends this summer."

To further demonstrate support for, new for 2010, Staples is launching a line of products that students can use to keep organized and learn about important issues impacting their communities. These products will be available at Staples retail stores by July 4 and will direct students to, a dedicated microsite with additional information and suggestions to help students take action in their communities.

People Magazine - Robert vs. Taylor

Team Switzerland all the way for me! :)

E! Online has posted dueling covers of the upcoming special Twilight issue of People where fans will have to choose between Rob and Taylor. Will you go with Team Edward, Team Jacob, or both!?

New Eclipse Banner: The Cullens

First look at Major Whitlock

I hate the way they made Jasper look, if they'd just let Jackson's natural hair go, they'd have the perfect Jasper. Don't y'all think so?



This is my favorite, it's so cute and hilarious. Lol!



Poster by: *Ashley*

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Note to Followers!

Hello everyone,

         I just deleted our Myspace. I never had time to update it and most of you use this site, twitter, and/or Facebook, so I'll keep those open. Most of the views for this blog come from Twitter and hear say from Twitter. I thank you all for following and taking the time out of your day to read the news and I'm sorry if you were a follower on Myspace. I try to keep the site running and I am very greatful for the few people that help me out, you're all angels. I've been running this site mostly by myself for almost a year now and it kicks into my family time and my friend time, but the actors and actresses of the saga and the people I've met through this site are all amazing and I wouldn't trade any of you for anything. I hope you all are doing well and I hope you understand why I canceled the Myspace news source.

Much Love,
The Stars of Twilight
Site owner/creator

Nikki Reed is not afraid of being unconventional. After all, she broke into the business as a 14-year-old screenwriter-turned actress when she wrote and starred in the coming-of-age drama Thirteen. Since then, Reed has continued to impress critics through sexually-charged and equally controversial roles in films like Lords of Dogtown and Mini’s First Time. Never one to be typecast, however, Reed’s latest work involves a little less skin and a little more teeth. Reed plays Rosalie Hale, a beautiful but tragically cursed vampire in the much-loved film saga Twilight. With the film’s next installment Eclipse set for release June 30, we caught up with the star at the W Hollywood to get an inside peek into the film and her life behind the scenes.

Shorts by DL 1961; Shirt by BCBG; Sports bra by Riller and Fount; Ring by Skinny Flower;

Necklace by Swarovski; Long necklace by Robindira Unsworth; Bracelets by Guy and Eva

SNMag: What can you tell us about the new movie, Eclipse?

Nikki Reed: It’s full of action, as you can see from the trailers. You really get a glimpse at what it was like for us before we were vampires and how we made the journey. It’s a lot more visually intense.

SNMag: How did you prepare for the filming?

NR: We were in stunt, personal and fight training all the time. I felt like a professional athlete. I felt like all I did was train. They had to make sure our bodies were in good physical shape because we did a lot of our own stunts. There were weeks when I would work Monday through Saturday.

SNMag: What was the coolest stunt you got to do yourself?

NR: Running on steep 30 foot treadmills with harnesses on and jumping while running at 10.0 on the treadmill and ducking through branches and being on the back of tow trucks, being pulled at 100 miles an hour.

Bandeau Bra by Nation; Blouse by Gold Hawk; Necklace by Robindira Unsworth;

Bracelet by One of A Land; Earrings by Sonya Renee; Shorts and shoes by BCBG

SNMag: We get to learn a bit more about Rosalie’s back story in Eclipse. What is like playing a character that is said to be so incredibly beautiful?

NR: It opened up all these questions about what beauty is. It really stressed me out for a long time. It made me more aware of my insecurity. I eventually had to just be ok with what it is — that is that everyone’s beautiful and we’re all beautiful in a different way. There’s no single person on the planet, not Monica Bellucci or Adriana Lima, that is universally the most beautiful person.

SNMag: What initially drew you to the character of Rosalie?

NR: I liked how honest she was. I liked how she was unwilling to stray from what she believed in and she would fight and speak her mind regardless of how controversial it was.

SNMag: Did you have any idea how crazy the fan following for Twilight would be like when you signed on?

NR: No, not at all. We had no idea. When we signed onto the series, it was a passionate and exclusive group. The hype combined with making the movie made this an explosion. It was bizarre. There’s definitely no formula for it.

Jumper by Gabriela Cadena; Earrings by Robindira Unsworth

Ring by Swarovski; Shoes by Rene Caovilla

SNMag: What has been your craziest fan encounter?

NR: It doesn’t get as crazy for me, but I think that I am careful about which situations I put myself in. I don’t go out a lot and I don’t expose myself to it. There have been moments during shooting where there’s a group of 50 people that have been waiting for 10 hours and you end up feeling as a human being that it’s so undeserved. It just feels like, “Really? You’re waiting for me? That can’t be.” I almost want to see the fans so I can say, “You see, I’m not special at all.”

SNMag: What do you think about the Rob Pattinson craze?

NR: I get it. Rob is a totally fascinating, amazing, wonderful guy. I get why all these girls are so in love with him. He’s super intelligent, mysterious, musical and intellectual. I get it.

SNMag: Do you get along well with all the other cast? Is there anyone you especially get along with?

NR: It depends on where we’re at in our lives. We all get along really well but on this last movie, it just so happened that Elizabeth [Reaser] and I were living literally two steps away from each other. When you came out of my door and took a hard left you were in her room. When I quit smoking that changed who I hung out with in our cast because I got really active and into working out and Elizabeth and Kellan [Lutz] are really active. There was a time when I wanted to sit and smoke cigarettes and play guitar and sing.

Dress by French Connection; Necklace by Sonya Renee;
Necklace by Michelle Roy Designs; Bracelet by One of a Land; Shoes by Raphael Young

SNMag: How do you guys spend your free time when you’re shooting?

NR: We get creative and make silly mini movies and do awesome stuff like that. Other times we just lay around and watch television. There are a lot of music nights because Xavier [Samuel], Rob and Jackson [Rathbone] are very musical. We eat a lot of Thai food. There’s a Thai food place close by. We hang out with each other because we’re very isolated.

SNMag: Is it grueling to shoot these movies back to back?

NR: We can’t really age so we have to knock them out. It’s nice to have a job. I don’t think any actor necessarily complains about having their next job lined up.

SNMag: What is the coolest experience to come out of being associated with a franchise like Twilight?

NR: It’s cool being seen in a different light. I look so different and the entire world sees that I can do that; that I can play someone different and make it believable…hopefully.

SNMag: You broke into acting in a pretty unconventional way. How did you decide to write the screenplay for Thirteen at such a young age?

NR: It was a very unconventional situation. There was no plan. I wasn’t a crazy teenager that was like, “I want to be a screenwriter.” I just do a lot of writing for myself, and I was a precocious child and liked to express my feelings all the time. I was writing about my family and my life and what was going on. Catherine Hardwicke, who dated my father when I was a kid, said, “What if we write this movie?” And we got it made.

SNMag: Do you write screen-plays now?

NR: I’ve continued to write. It’s just one of those things where there’s no formula for making a successful franchise. There’s also no formula for making a different type of phenomenon like Thirteen because the timing was right and the stars were aligned. At one time or another that movie was shocking and eye opening but now with reality TV shows it’s different. I have

written a number of screenplays and I continue to explore that avenue. With everything that’s been going on, I haven’t been as focused as I’d like to in my late teenage years and early 20s.

SNMag: Do you feel that your tumultuous upbringing helped you cope in crazy Hollywood?

NR: No, not really. I get people and I know what’s going on. I’m not afraid to say what I feel. I think that’s helped me in my career, but it’s also hurt me a lot. People don’t know how to receive that. I’m a young woman who is articulate and speaks her mind. It’s who I am. I was never silenced by either of my parents.

SNMag: When you’re not working, what is your favorite way to spend a Saturday night?

NR: I like to cook. I’m not the best cook in the world, but it makes me happy and I’m good at following recipes. I travel a lot. I’ve spent the last few years in Australia, Africa, Switzerland. I’m going to go to Brazil soon.

By Jillian Gordon
Photos by Bobby Quillard
Styling by April Steiner of Exclusive Artists Management
Hair by Ian James of The Wall Group
Makeup by Jake Bailey of Tenfold Talent
Location: The W Hotel, Hollywood

Q&A with Twilight's Jackson Rathbone

While Rob Pattinson and Taylor Lautner are wrapped up in the Twi-limelight, their co-star Jackson Rathbone is zooming along under the radar, carefully crafting his career as an actor, producer and musician. We sat down with the 25-year-old rising star to talk about his roles in not one but two of this summer’s biggest movies. First up, he reprises his role as Jasper Hale in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse and then stars in M. Night Shyamalan’s fantasy adventure, The Last Airbender.

SNMag: Tell us about your role in The Last Airbender…

Jackson Rathbone: I play a young warrior named Sokka who, along with his sister, discovers a mysterious boy trapped in the ice; they free him and end up on a quest to save the world. It’s a very fantastical story that originated out of the Nickelodeon cartoon and now it’s a live action epic fantasy.

Rathbone as Sokka in Paramount Pictures’ adventure The Last Airbender

SNMag: Did you have to do any training or physical prep for the role?

JR: There was a good two months of kung fu training in LA and then continued training while we were filming. But it was really fun, I loved it. That’s one of the really cool things about being an actor: you get paid to learn kung fu!

SNMag: What kind of stunts did you have to do?

JR: Mostly it was hand to hand combat. My character doesn’t have any special abilities…so I’d do a lot of scenes where I fight off guys with swords and spears and all I had to fight with was the boomerang. It’s a little bit nerve-wracking, even when it’s a plastic sword coming at you.

SNMag: How was your experience working with M. Night Shyamalan?

JR: It was amazing. The Sixth Sense is one of my favorite thrillers and I love Night’s other work. So it felt like great as an actor to be working with somebody I’ve respected and admired for years.

SNMag: What was your initial reaction when you were cast in Twilight?

JR: It’s a great book series and Jasper has such a lush backstory so I was just really excited. But then I started getting calls from my cousins and they were even more excited than me so that kind of upped the ante – playing a character that my family knows and are excited about seeing me portray on the big screen.

Photo by Elena Dorfman

SNMag: Did you realize then it would kick-start your career?
JR: I don’t think it really hit me until I walked the red carpet at the premiere of Twilight. That’s when it was first like, "Oh wow, this is going to be a new experience for me.”

SNMag: What’s one of the most memorable fan encounters you’ve had?

JR: We were filming up in Vancouver for New Moon and I was on my way to get Starbucks. A bunch of fans surrounded me and so I was taking pictures and signing autographs and this woman comes up to me with a 2-year-old child and, without saying a word, hands me her kid and steps back to take a picture. It was just kind of awkward because the kid’s looking at me like, “Who are you?” and I’m looking at the kid like, “I’m sorry, man, I have no idea what’s going on either.” So she snapped a photo, took her kid back and walked away. It’s kind of odd to have a stranger shove a child in your arms.

SNMag: Do we get to see a new side of Jasper in Eclipse?

JR: Yes, we get to see Jasper back when he was a human which was back in the Civil War. So I got to ride a horse again - I grew up riding so it was fun to get back to that.

Rathbone with co-stars Peter Facinelli and Robert Pattinson in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

SNMag: Were you at all into vampire movies before you were cast in Twilight?

JR: I’ve definitely been a fan of the vampire genre for a long time. Interview with the Vampire is an incredible film. I’ve always loved the Dracula films. And Nosferatu is a beautiful, well-crafted film from the 20s that still holds up today, in my opinion.

SNMag: What’s your relationship like with the rest of the cast? How do you spend your time on set?

JR: It’s fun because we play a family on screen and so getting to come back and do these sequels is like a family reunion. A lot of us are musicians as well as actors so we’d all get together in the rooms and we’d have jam sessions and make up songs. I’d play guitar and harmonica, Rob would play guitar and sing or Kristen would play guitar.

SNMag: Who are some of your favorite actors?

JR: I’m just finishing Johnny Depp’s catalogue. I love his style of acting, it’s very organic and down to earth and then it’s also very fantastical at the same time. Clint Eastwood’s the man. And Jack Nicholson, I love his style.
Photo by Elena Dorfman

SNMag: Tell us more about your band 100 Monkeys…

JR: We just did 61 shows out of a 100 city tour so we’re taking a small break. But it’s something that we love to do. I’ve been playing music as long as I’ve been acting and I feel so privileged to be able to have both those careers taking off at the same time. One of the things I’m trying to get into is integrating film and music - one of the band members and I produced a film that we both acted in called Girlfriend and 100 Monkeys composed the score for the film.

SNMag: We have to ask: Do you have a girlfriend?

JR: No, no, I am single. I got a lot of stuff going on so it’s hard to find time to even go on a date these days. But that doesn’t mean I’m not looking. So every once in a while I’ll get a day off and try to go on a date if I can…find a nice girl at a coffee shop or something.

SNMag: What can you tell us about your tattoos?

JR: I’ve got six tattoos total. I am planning on getting a couple more maybe within the next month or so. I think my next tattoo is going to be a line out of TS Eliot’s The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock. It’s one of my favorite poems ever.

SNMag: What other movies or projects do you have coming up?

JR: Really excited about getting Girlfriend into the festival circuit and putting out my next couple of projects with my production company, Patchmo Entertainment. I’m really excited to get on the other side of the camera, producing and hopefully directing within the next year or two. It’s just a truly exciting time in my life and I don’t take it for granted. I’d rather be working than sleeping!