Sorry, TwiHards. While Kristen Stewart is close to her Twilight co-star Robert Pattinson, the big screen’s Bella is not dating him.
The Runaways star, 19, is denying rampant rumors romantically linking her to the British heatthrob, who plays her love interest vampire Edward Cullen in the films.
“Robert and I are great friends but I understand why you would assume that, when we lean on each other for support, there must be something more.”
The actress added, “And I’m not cricitizing anyone for thinking it either. If anything, they’re really perceptive because they can see a closeness.”
Kristen is currently in Canada filming The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, the third film in the Twilight series.
Keira Knightley will compete with Scarlett Johansson for the role of Eliza Doolittle in a remake of the 1964 film My Fair Lady.
(Ugh — Can’t Hollywood at least leave My Fair Lady alone? As if it isn’t bad enough that they’re remaking Teen Wolf!)
Last year, the Pirates of the Caribbean star auditioned for the role originally portrayed by sixties sweetheart Audrey Hepburn, and even begun singing lessons in hopes of playing the Cockney florist. But it looks like Keira will have some competition from the Lost In Translation actress, according to Sir Cameron Mackintosh — who is producing the remake.
“I have two actresses as potential Elizas, one British, the other American. You’d know their names, but I’m not letting on,” Mackintosh told The Telegraph over the weekend.
Who would you like to see play Eliza Doolittle in a My Fair Lady remake?
Two-time Academy Award-winning actress Meryl Streep joins Hilary Swank (Amelia), Emily Blunt (The Young Victoria) and Penelope Cruz (Broken Embraces) as a lead contender to win an Academy Award in 2010.
According to The Daily Express, Oscar executives hav been struggling to form a list of Best Actress nominees for next year’s ceremony, and Streep is rumoured to be the favorite to pick up her third Oscar for her potrayal of French culinary ace Julia Child in the comedy Julie & Julia.
“It’s only just dawning that there’s a distinct lack of potentials in the best actress category,” an Oscar insider blabbed to the publication on Sunday.
“It’s been a pretty lackluster year for movies in general but it seems that no one wrote any decent lead roles for women. There are many to choose from when it comes to supporting actresses but very few in the lead.”
“It looks like Meryl Streep may do it again as she has played the lead to acclaim in two films out this year,” the source added.
She may not have inherited her famous mother’s knockout figure, but Rumer Willis is learning to live with her hourglass shape. (Cue The Laugh Track)
“I haven’t inherited my mother”s body. She doesn”t really have hips and I have an hourglass, which I hated when I was a kid. But I”m getting used to it now,” the 21-year-old actress daughter of silver screen star Demi Moore reveals in the new issue of Glamour Magazine.
The celebrity daughter of Demi and ex-husband Bruce Willis is working to make it big the acting world. Rumer’s acting credits include supporting roles films like The House Bunny and Sorority Row, as well as guest appearance on TV’s CSI: NY and Army Wives.
August 31st, 2009 by Castina
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Matt Damon is will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award for his contributions to the world of film.
According to Variety, the 38-year-old star will be presented with the American Cinematheque Award at a ceremony to be broadcast on AMC next March.
Damon launched his career with the 1997 hit Good Will Hunting, which he co-wrote with pal Ben Affleck. The pair won a Best Screenplay Oscar for their work.
Previous recipients of the award include Julia Roberts, Al Pacino, George Clooney and Samuel L. Jackson.