Got a bunch of pictures of Dakota Fanning at the Guess Portrait Studio 2013 Toronto International Film Festival and the 70th Venice International Film Festival.
Click on the links below to check out all the great pics.
1. Dakota Fanning – ‘The Last Of Robin Hood’ at the Guess Portrait Studio 2013 Toronto International Film Festival 7/09/2013 (UHQ)
2. Dakota Fanning – Guess Portrait Studio on Day 3 during the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival (07/09/2013) UHQ
3. Dakota Fanning – Portrait for the movie ‘Night Moves’ during the 70th Venice International Film Festival (1/09/2013)
Go BTS with the cast of Showtime’s ‘Master of Sex’. Michael Sheen stars in the drama about the pioneers of the science of human sexuality whose research touched off the sexual revolution.
Billy Burke reveals his revolution workout with Access Hollywood.
My inbox is just blowing up!
Click on the links below to check out more interviews with the cast of Breaking Dawn 2!
Zap2it: ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2’: Nikki Reed, Peter Facinelli and Elizabeth Reaser reveal flirtiest cast mate and what they’re excited for fans to see
Next Movie: Q&A: Michael Sheen on Bringing the Crazy to ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2’
USA Today: Taylor Lautner reflects on universal ‘Twilight’ sadness
Poptimal: Interview with Christian Serratos
PopSugar: TWILIGHT SCREENWRITER MELISSA ROSENBERG ON SPINOFF RUMORS AND BREAKING DAWN’S “BREATHTAKING” FINALE
Examiner: Actresses Maggie Grace and Mia Maestro talk ‘Twilight: Breaking Dawn – Part 2’
Crave Online: Boom, It’s Done: Melissa Rosenberg On Breaking Dawn Part 2
Today: ‘Breaking Dawn’ star Peter Facinelli: ‘My daughter cried’ at end of movie
TV Line: Revolution’s Billy Burke on Miles’ ‘Brilliant’ Run-In With Monroe and Rachel’s Mysterious Backstory
Examiner: Ashley Greene Q&A: ‘Breaking Dawn’ star talks Alice Cullen, last ‘Twilight’ film
Movie Fanatic: Breaking Dawn Part 2: Taylor Lautner on Twilight Past… and Future?
Movie Fanatic: Breaking Dawn Part 2: Stephenie Meyer Bids Twilight Goodbye
Movie Fanatic: Elizabeth Reaser Dishes Epic Ending
Everyone has interviews with the cast of Breaking Dawn right now.
Click on the links below to check out some more interviews. I decided to put the ones without videos all in this post.
Hope you all enjoy!
I will add to this post throughout the night!
Movie Fanatic: Michael Sheen on His Twilight Journey
Movie Fanatic: Robert Pattinson Bites into His Future
Movie Fanatic: Kristen Stewart Talks Twilight Conclusion
Seattle PI: Q&A with Twilight stars Maggie Grace and Mia Maestro
TV Guide: Billy Burke to His Twilight Co-Stars: No Revolution for You!
LA Times Interviews are Actually video Interviews, but I couldn’t embed
LA Times: Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson walk ‘Twilight’ red carpet
LA Times: Taylor Lautner at “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2” premiere
LA Times: Robert Pattinson at “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2” premiere
LA Times: Kellan Lutz at “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2” premiere
E! Online has a great little article talking about the unsung heroes from Twilight.
Edward, Bella and Jacob may be the stars, but there are so many things that make Twilight amazing.
Head on over to E! Online to see what they list including my two favorite things about Twilight, Booboo and Billy!
Below is an excerpt:
3. Billy Burke:
One of the most underrated characters in the series, Burke (we’re loving him on Revolution, btw) has given a solid performance as Bella’s father in every Twilight flick. He’s perfectly played the role of the loving and protective pops, and we’ll admit that we’ve even shed a heartfelt tear during a few of the father-daughter scenes. We can’t wait to see how Charlie Swan handles the whole Bella-turned-vampire sitch, and we’re sure Billy will bring it on the big screen. Our only beef with Mr. Burke? Bella’s dad has always been one of Team Jacob’s biggest fans.
Got a couple interviews for you with Billy Burke. He talks about his new show, Revolution, Twilight and more!
AX: Would you describe Miles as a reluctant mentor?
BURKE: Yeah. He’s going to have a bit of mentor in him, but unwillingly. He would just as soon not care about anything, much less anyone. So what’s he’s really trying to do is avoid the fight, yet he can’t not be compelled byTracy’s character to come back in. I love the idea, whether you label it mercenary or whatever else you want to call it, the idea of that guy has always been romantic to me.
How do you get Twi-hards off your back?
Shave your mustache, says Billy Burke, one of the stars of the “Twilight” films. Because young fans are so enamored with the series’ two leads (Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson), they tend to ignore the film’s older stars when they don’t look exactly like their characters.
“Sans mustache, I’m not very recognizable as Charlie,” Burke says. “So it was a good character choice.”
Initially, Charlie — Bella’s father — didn’t have facial hair. But when Burke got to the set with a mustache, the director, Catherine Hardwicke, saw it, grinned and said, “OK.” “It was completely unplanned.”
The TV Addict has an interview with Billy Burke and his Revolution co-star Tracy Spiridakos.
They talk about Revolution.
If you haven’t caught the show yet I highly recommend it. It’s a great show
Check it all out here.
Below is an excerpt:
What’s your pitch for those who have yet to jump on the REVOLUTION bandwagon?
Burke: I don’t know if it’s our job to pitch the show. We’re just f**king actors. It’s why I didn’t become a salesman! I’m horrible and pitching things. But I can tell you this, it’s definitely a show I would watch and I don’t watch a lot of serialized television. And I’m not just saying this because I’m on the show, really.
Spiridakos: Every week the audience gets to jump in and go on this adventure with us and I feel like the viewers are going to have about as much fun as we are making it.
Burke: It’s good, trust us!
The AV Club has an interview with Billy Burke.
He talks Revolution, Twilight and acting roles.
Check it all out here.
Below is an excerpt:
Twilight (2008) / The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009) /The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010) / The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn—Part 1 (2011) / The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn—Part 2 (2012)—“Charlie Swan”
BB: Charlie Swan has been very, very good to me. I went to meet Catherine Hardwicke, the director of the original Twilight, and we threw around a couple of scenes, and she said, “Have you heard of this saga?” And I hadn’t, of course. She said, “Well, go home and Google it.” And so I went home and I Googled it, and I was like, “Wow, this is a big deal!” When they ended up offering me that role, I was maybe one of the only people who, at that time, knew it was going to have an audience. I obviously didn’t know it would sort of overtake the cultural zeitgeist as it did, but… [Laughs.] Aside from that, it’s been a great gig for me. I’ve loved playing that part. I’ve loved playing basically the only guy in the entire storyline who has no idea what’s going on.