Sunday, December 18, 2011

Investikudos Weekly Update: December 12 - 18 2011

Current Projects

New stills

- Movie will have a limited release in Belgium on January 3-4 and a nationwide release on January 31st.

- More release dates:
Lithuania - 2 March 2012
UK 2 March 2012
France 27 June 2012

New wedding pictures

BTS look (LINK)

Rob and Kristen in "dream wedding" get-up

First look at Vamp-Bella:

- Breaking Dawn Movie Companion (LINK) to more

Order it here (LINK)

- New Bill Condon Interview

- Breaking Dawn DVD release: Feb 11 2012

- Junket interviews:
Part 1: LINK
Part 2: LINK
Part 3: LINK
Part 4: LINK
Part 5: LINK

- Breaking Dawn Part 1 promo has finished. The movie is out and very succesful. It's made more than 500 million worldwide. Find links to all the events UPDATED with all available videos etc. here (LINK)

New poster (Russian - says PATTINSON - CRONENBERG 12-12-12

- More from David Cronenberg on casting Rob (LINK)

No news

Filming is done. Wrap party took place December 11.

First look from Empire Magazine

Transcript: (LINK)
"This is not a girl by the well with tweety birds" says Director Rupert Sanders. "I actually wanted to do a war movie" It's clear that Sanders take on the Snow White storey will be as grim as it is Grimm. While competing 2012 Snow White project, Tarsem Singh's Mirror Mirror goes for fairy tale bright colours and high camp scheming, this one shows its Snow (Kristen Stewart) in armour, and promises less sweeping and dusting and more sweep and dust-ups.
Charlize Theron is the Evil Queen who consumes young women to keep herself young and beautiful; Stewart's Snow White is the big prize who will keep her that way forever; Chris "Thor" Hemsworth plays the fearless Huntsman ordered to hunt Snow through the big, scary forest; and On Stranger Tides Sam Claflin is the Prince (How charming he is remains to be seen).
The eight dwarves (yes, eight. Disney holds the copyright on seven) are played by some of the best British character actors around, from Nick Frost and Ian McShane to Ray Winstone and Bob Hoskins.
You wouldn't know it to look at him - or the budget - but Sanders is a first-time feature director. He is, however, one of the highest-profile commercial men around and a look at his Halo, Call of Duty: Black Ops or Nike spots suggest that the action won't even make him break a sweat.
Stewart, Speaking in LA recently, sounds as fired up as her director. "It's a true telling of the fairy tale, a little bit closer to the Grimm stories than other versions." That puts it in direct contrast to Mirror Mirror's more child-friendly approach; where this one goes for the look of Gladiator or Robin Hood, that Julia Roberts/Lily Collins effort chooses a more farcical, knockabout tone in a clearly artificial world.
Which one could debate which of the pair is more faithful to the original, there shouldn't be much danger of confusing the two - as Stewart acknowledges "The great thing about having such a brass-tacks base is you can rethink who your characters are within the fairy tale and still remain completely true to it because they are fairly undefined. You have really basic attributes and in this case we are bringing it out, I think, un-expected things"
"A lot is expected of me on this" Adds, Stewart, who's been training intensively. "being strong will not be just an aesthetic thing. I need to have endurance. "Snow is someone who has a lineage of leadership in her blood, and she has been beaten down, along w/ her entire kingdom and her people. I know it sounds really obvious, but it's a story that should champion people who aren't obsessed with vanity, someone who has a true heart. It's a really simple story but it really knocks me out"

- Nick Frost mentions Kristen (LINK)
We’ve seen ten or fifteen minutes of it on set, and it’s great,” he revealed. “It’s very gothic, and I think the dwarves try to bring a little comedy into it, and there’s heart to it, and Kristen Stewart’s great as Snow White. On the one hand, she’s fragile, and you want to kind of give her a cuddle. But on the other hand, she wears armor, and wields a sword like any warrior. I like that, and I think that’s quite unique, really, that you can do that. She can, on one hand, be one thing, and literally on the flip of a coin she can turn into this other thing. So I think it should be pretty good – I’d like to think it’s going to be pretty good, anyway.”

New trailer in German


- Top Grossing Actors of 2011 List from Forbes (LINK)

To compile our list we used global box office numbers from Box Office Mojo...Robert Pattinson ranks fourth on our list with $750 million. He tops his Twilight co-star Kristen Stewart (who ranks sixth with $633 million) thanks to the film adaptation of Water for Elephants. The film wasn’t a big hit in the U.S. but globally it brought in a healthy $117 million – pretty good considering the budget was only $38 million. Read more

Number 4 Robert Pattinson -$750 million
Pattinson's biggest hit of the year was Breaking Dawn, the fourth Twilight movie. But he also earns from Water for Elephants which brought in $117 million.

Number 6 Kristen Stewart - $633 million
The only woman on our list, Stewart earned only from the latest Twilight movie this year. Next year she’s got the potential to earn a lot more thanks to a final Twilight movie and Snow White and the Huntsman.

- New Pictures of the Mulberry fashion show.

- Rob and Kristen's Five Hottest Moments of the Year (LINK)

- New Video of Rob at the Hamilton Behind the Camera Awards (at 3:16 and around 4:00)

- Reminder: Rob and WFE are nominated for 3 People's Choice Awards. The show airs live on January 11 2012

* Favorite Movie Actor
* Favorite Drama Movie
* Favorite Book Adaptation

Vote here (LINK)
The show airs live on January 11.

No news on rumored projects.

Kristen is currently in L.A. There's been some back and forth on where Rob is (London, L.A. the moon...) but occam's razor points to L.A.

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