Rob's current projects:
Rob is on a break right now. He's been spotted out and about in London. He was also at a test screening for Bel Ami earlier in the week. This is a not fully edited version of the film. He supposedly brought his parents. No pictures.
Kristen's current projects:
On The Road: Kristen is near done with filming and spend this past week in Arizona filming her final parts.
Welcome to the Rileys: Oscar chances.
“Fine acting from James Gandolfini, Melissa Leo, and Kristen Stewart highlight this drama about the effect that a young runaway has on a married couple. Oscar Chance: This quiet and effective drama was a Sundance success. But it’s likely to be more prominent at the Spirits than the Oscars”
Film Festival dates for Welcome to the Rileys:
*San Diego Film Festival Friday, October 1, 2010 7:30 PM
*Austin Film Festival October 21-28
*Philadelphia Film Festival, October 14-24.
There will be 2 screenings on Saturday, October 16
- Breaking Dawn: complete schedule. As far as we know Breaking Dawn won't be shot in 3D
Another update on Breaking Dawn and where they might be filming when.
- In other News
- New EW Outtakes.
- Great article on Rob.
- Rob and Kristen fan encounter from the 4th of July.
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We want to share our personal opinion on the matter of getting Rob considered for the Rising Star Bafta Award since it has caused some controversy:
The Rising Star BAFTA is an encouragement award. The nominees are decided by a jury. The winner by fans.
I don't think people who won't email the committee (again, it's their request, not something that's done by his fans) aren't supporters. They have a point, but you'd think and should hope the BAFTA committee would rise above the pettiness of the media and the (anti)fandom.
If they can't and have it affect their decision, then Rob shouldn't even want to be nominated.
Also, Twilight made Rob. Period. He was a talent before but Twilight gave him the push to break through. Many people complaining now didn't even know him before Twilight. And he will break out of the Edward Cullen mold. He already has in many ways. Most critics b-tch on him because of his stardom, not so much the parts he's played. Because of his fandom and well...who can blame them. It's a mad world.
Kristen won this award and was very happy with it and Rob being a humble guy would be too. He's won a few awards in his time and not once has he not been genuinly happy. If he can be, I don't see why people have to bitch about the possibility of him maybe being nominated.