This is my purchase history on Fandango.
Sadly I can no longer use my November 15 Breaking Dawn ticket due to a business trip (see? GROWN-UP!) so if you haven’t bought yours yet, hit me up.
New York Magazine thinks so. Then again, perhaps it doesn’t need saving after all.
Is it too soon to talk about who will be People Magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive for 2012?
I know: this issue doesn’t come out until November, and it’s March now.
But still. This matters, right?? In a #firstworldproblems kind of way.
People, there is last year’s “winner” to atone for.
Thanks for the laugh, Jay Leno.
Damn, Santa! You break headboards too??
Did you know that there’s a Kegel panty. It’s called the PantyO and I blame Twitter for my becoming aware of it.
Please take note that I have never said the word “Kegel” aloud and would never, ever blog about Kegels if not for Rob’s bizarre “can you Kegel?” moment on Ellen.
Let’s revisit the hilarity (circa the 2:10 mark).
Rob should definitely not put the PantyO in KStew’s stocking.
I like Kristen Stewart enough to laugh at this spoof. The highlight? A “he went to Jared” reference.
Via the awesome Hairpin.
I was loving the idea that Architectural Digest wrote a feature about the set design of Breaking Dawn. It’s not a long piece but it still took me a bit of time to get to the second page.
Good thing I did so I didn’t miss this epic quote about Rob and Kristen!
AD: What was it like on the set?
RS: Everyone had a good time. The three main actors are all very fun to work with. Kristen is quite serious. Rob and Taylor are a little bit wild. Rob and Kristen are actually a couple in real life. When he’s with her, he’s a little more restrained. When she’s not around, like most guys when their wives or girlfriends aren’t around, he’s a little looser. Taylor’s a kid—he’s 19—so he was bouncing all over the place.
The rest of the article is worth reading too.
Production designer Richard Sherman chats with AD about the sets for the fourth movie in the vampire series, starring Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, and Taylor Lautner—with a cameo appearance by a house featured in our January 2011 issue
I love the discussion of how the production designer combined elements from the house in Brazil, sets constructed in Louisiana and special effects.
A fun bit:
ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST: How did you choose the Bernardes + Jacobsen house for Edward and Bella’s Brazilian honeymoon?
RICHARD SHERMAN: We looked at pictures and found a house we loved. But two days later we learned it was going to be blown up because it had been built illegally. The next morning I got on a plane to Brazil, hopped on a boat, and went through countless islands along the coastline south of Rio. It took us four weeks to finally find the Bernardes + Jacobsen house, which had a tropical modern interior and was located near Paraty on the coast that we liked.
This post on The Awl about Breaking Dawn had me cracking up when I wasn’t nodding in agreement. A few of my favorite lines:
Mary: It was a super elegant dress. The lace panel in the back with hundreds of covered satin buttons.
Natasha: The lace panel almost down to her flat ass killed me! I want a back that long : (
Mary: It was coccyx cleavage.
I was rehearsing with Rob and we were sort of dancing around this room, trying to do this scene,” Stewart tells EW. “I put on Iron & Wine’s ‘Flightless Bird, American Mouth’ and I just became instantly emotional. Rob couldn’t handle it — it got weird! But I was like, ‘oooh, this is perfect.’”
Wish I could see this bit of rehearsal magic.