Stephenie Meyer’s site has been updated to include an exclusive look at a new page in Catherine Hardwicke’s Director’s Notebook! The book goes on sale March 17, so be sure to pick up your copy!
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Entertainment Weekly’s Feb. 20 issue will feature a sneak peek at Catherine Hardwicke’s director’s notebook! Click here to see more details and be sure to pick up your copy in-store 🙂
Update: Seth has updated Stephenie’s site with a link for you to pre-order the book! Catherine Hardwicke is releasing a new book about life on the Twilight set, set to release March 17! Here is the press release from Little, Brown and Company: February 4, 2009 (New York, NY) – Little, Brown Books for Young
German magazine Bravo talked to Kristen Stewart below: here here Here is also a video with Dutch television which includes interviews with Rob, Kristen, Catherine, and Stephenie! You can also see a French interview with Rob & Kristen here!
Empire Online has some great new interviews of some random questions thrown out to Rob, Kristen, and Catherine!
MTV’s Larry Carroll recently sat down with Catherine Hardwicke, who revealed more DVD details! Movie Trailers – Movies Blog
Entertainment Weekly has an article on whether the sex of the New Moon director really matters. You can read the entire article here! “But now the woman behind the blockbuster has announced she will not be directing the sequel due to timing conflicts, which presents Summit with a weighty decision: Tap another woman to helm
This project follows what we have seen over the past year, where a scrapbook was put together for one of the actors, only this time it’s for Catherine. What Twilight Extremists will be doing differently is we will have two parts to this project. Description: First part is the scrapbook itself. You send a handwritten
The Chicago Sun-Times has an article on Rob and Kristen’s reaction to Catherine not directing the sequels. ‘They are both very upset,” a good Hollywood source told me Monday. ”They are committed to doing at least the next ‘Twilight’ film — and probably the one after that — but they really wanted to do them