March 17th, 2010

SOTL: Quid pro quo

'Runaways' EXCLUSIVE Clip: Kristen Stewart Loves Rock 'N Roll


Yesterday, we noted that Kristen Stewart had insisted that a full-time music career like that of her "The Runaways" alter-ego Joan Jett isn't a feasible option to her now or in the near future. "It could never be fun for me to be a rock star 'cause I'm not one," she said.

However, our exclusive new clip from the movie might prove otherwise. In a black and white striped tee, leather pants and what looks to be a necklace adorned with paper clips, Kristen's Joan emerges from a sulking session on the couch to bust some moves (an, uh, lose her pants) while singing Joan's famous rendition of the song "I Love Rock 'N Roll." So about that "I'm no rock star" thing, Kristen...

Source via team_kbitch

New Chapter The Exchange Student

New chapter from Lady Gwynedd,

Title: The Exchange Student

Category: Twilight

Character(s): Bella & Edward

Chapter 11 Title: Chapter 11 Colour My World
Words: 5,849
Genre(s): Romance/Humor
Rating: Rated: M
Summary: He's simply an exchange student looking for a decent cup of tea and
Bella provides it. She thinks he's completely perfect. When he finds himself
in a jam, she offers to help him out; however, they are both soon way over
their heads.Will true love prevail?

[Misc] Work hard

Nylon magazine - The Insiders: Kristen and Dakota


The duo tells us exactly what they think about Twilight fans and rock'n'roll fantasies.

The Runaways is about many things, but perhaps most importantly, it’s about the connection between Joan Jett and Cherie Currie, whose friendship boosted the band into short-lived stardom. Twenty-five years after they first jammed in a cramped trailer in the Valley, Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning—the duo who plays them in Floria Sigismondi’s debut film, out this Friday—are filling their platform shoes, both onscreen and off. We caught up with the duo to learn how they first bonded and whether we can expect a solo album anytime soon.

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Rob in Vanity Fair Italy magazine

Here are my scans of the magazine. The pictures are the ones from Bruce Weber, but the interview seems new.
The title on the cover says:
Robert Pattinson. Good girls always call back.
The title of the article says:
I split all.
Between one ciak and another of Twilight, he left clothes and teeth of the vampire to perform a student coping with the difficulties of the 20 years old ( “an anger that I know very well” ) and with love in the movie “Remember Me”.
And regarding girls, he has a method to recognize the good ones.
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Update: I Want Everything with You - Chapter 6

Title:  I Want Everything with You
Author:  heywoodlane 
Characters/Pairing:  E/B
Rating:  M
Category:  Romance/Humor
Spoilers:  None

Summary:  Music-obsessed engineer-in-training Edward Cullen watches Bella Swan from afar, until one song changes everything.  AH, nerds, lemon.  Expanded from Geekward Shuffle Challenge oneshot!

chapter 6
start from the beginning

You Were Mine All Along 16/30

Title: You Were Mine All Along 
Author: xtalleenx (ThexInvisiblexGirl on
Chapter: 16/30 - Edward's POV
Pairing: Edward/Bella
Rating: T
Summary: AU/AH. 3 years after If You Were Mine: Things between Edward and Bella can't get more perfect. But what happens when Bella gets the chance of a lifetime, and must choose between her love and her career? 

** Make sure to read If You Were Mine first - find it here

 Chapter One  |  Chapter Sixteen

Chapter preview:

Only when I dialed, it dawned on me I had no idea what her schedule was. It was early evening in London, but if she started a new production, it was most likely she wasn’t in yet. And I didn’t know if I could gather enough courage to call later. But dialing was instinctive, and I found myself finishing the process before I could decide whether or not I should just hang up.

But she was home. After three rings, there was a rustling sound, like a phone being picked up. I found myself holding my breath. I didn’t realize how much I missed her voice until this one anxious moment.


The air left my lungs in one sharp whoosh at this unfamiliar yet clearly manly voice. I felt my jaw clench as I grabbed the phone tighter, refusing to believe it was happening. My first explanation was instinctive – it was a wrong number, a mistake. I'd done it before.

** banner under the cut - huge thankyou to mizra ! 


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