Archive for Kristen Stewart

What he’s doing now…

Posted in Current events, Film with tags , , , , , , , , , on July 26, 2012 by Mj Rains

What was I thinking?

(Surely Rob could have had other girls to date to begin with…right?)

Rupert Sander ecarte de la realisation du prochain blanche neige?


Kristen Stewart and The Real Snow White

Posted in Film with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 6, 2012 by Mj Rains

My favorite pic of the girl, which has been online about a thousand years…or from when they started filming the epic fairy tale remake, Snow White and the Huntsman perhaps… Can’t wait to see the movie…and getting a lot of hits on my post:

The Real Snow White

Hope you Like!

Be Sparkled: Breaking Dawn is coming…

Posted in Film with tags , , , , , , , , , on November 4, 2011 by Mj Rains

I happen to love this picture…which is not from the movie, so don’t get your knickers in a twist…oh, uh, too late?

Elvis Presley’s grandaughter…

Posted in Celestial Objects with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 20, 2011 by Mj Rains

Aahhh….a new face to draw….Riley Keough, the daughter of Lisa Marie Presley and Danny Keough,  granddaughter Priscella and the King of Rock n Roll.   At 22, she is a rising star on the modeling scene and has been in four movies, including The Runaways with Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning, and The Good Doctor with Orlando Bloom, to be released later this year. We think she’s gorgeous in her own way…

Riley Keough in Dazed and Confused…

…but we see a hint of the King here…those darn family genes….

images via kristen stewart twilight and we heart it

On the Road…the movie

Posted in Books with tags , , , , , , , , , on April 19, 2011 by Mj Rains

Gerald Nicosia for The New York Times

Gerald Nicosia, second from left, and the cast of “On the Road,” Garrett Hedlund, Sam Riley and Kristen Stewart at boot camp.

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Many consider Jack Kerouac’s “On the Road” sacred text. The novel was, after all, originally typed on a scroll.

Translated into 40 languages, millions of copies of the Beat generation classic have sold worldwide since the novel was published in 1957, placing it among the 20th century’s most influential books.

When it comes to the big screen, however, “On the Road” has faced a Kerouac curse. Past efforts by Hollywood to adapt the author’s work have been failures.

Now, somewhat quietly, “On the Road” has finally been made into a movie. The $25 million production, shot in San Francisco, Montreal and other locales, is scheduled for release this fall.

The movie is expected to be of keen interest in San Francisco where the Beats and their old hangouts are a cottage industry. Each year, thousands of people flock to North Beach to visit the City Lights bookstore and the bar Vesuvio or to gawk at Kerouac artifacts in The Beat Museum.

But with so much interest comes anxiety.

Adapting any beloved book for film is perilous and apt to irk fans, especially when it’s a literary classic where the language itself played a starring role — something not easily translated onto the screen. “On the Road” is particularly daunting since the provocative ideas that defined the novel — casual sex and drug use and a rejection of materialism — are unlikely to raise eyebrows with today’s multiplex audience.

More here….link

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