Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Robert Pattinson Talks Kissing and Virginity

Pattinson discusses virginity:

Robert Pattinson: Edward is old fashioned. Nowadays, everyone just goes around screwing everyone for no reason. I guess Edward doesn't really want to sort of cheapen his relationship with Bella, even though she's pushing him to go all the way. He's got this certain idea of how it should go with the love of his life. He wants to do it right and not just follow his base instincts. I guess I'm a bit old fashioned in that way as well.


But that didn't stand in the way of a lot of lip-locking:

Pattinson: Kissing felt a little bit more natural in Eclipse, even if there was plenty of it. In New Moon and Twilight it was always like, 'Oh, I'm gonna kill you if I kiss you' or something. It was always kind of odd. But, in this one, they both understand their situation a lot more, which makes it easier. It's the first time Kristen and I have been able to just act like a normal couple.


So are they a couple off-screen?

Pattinson: I guess people like stories, that's my basic conclusion. They just want everything in our lives to be like Twilight. The truth is...that I wish I had a few more hours of sleep today so I could think of a better answer. I'm always so exhausted all the time. Lack of sleep is like taking a Valium.


They have their differences:

Pattinson: Kristen [Stewart] brings like a lot of herself to Bella, probably more than I do to Edward. She's not the Bella I imagined from reading the books in which she was much more of a damsel in distress. Kristen's quite a lot tougher, which I like. I'm really sort of constantly working to get into my character and it just seems to come much more naturally to Kristen. Her mind works completely differently. She can feel things immediately, and I'm more cerebral.


Has he ever been in competition for a woman he loved?

Pattinson: I don't compete. I'm not good at doing it. I just kind of leave it alone. I do understand that if you are the one with a girl and someone else is trying to take her away, maybe you're forced into fighting a little bit. Have I ever gotten in a fight with someone for the love of a woman? I have to think. Probably. But I don't know if it was about love or if it was more about pride.


Competing with Taylor Lautner:

Pattinson: We had a confrontational scene where I sort of push him around a little bit. I thought I'd really scare him and grab him and it would freak him out. So I went to grab his shoulder, but he's so pumped up. It was too big to actually get a grip on. That was kind of embarrassing. I did tease him unmercifully about having to dress up in a little grey spandex wolf suit all the time and try and be intimidating while Kristen was patting him on the head.

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The real interview: http://www.parade.com/celebrity/celebrity-parade/2010/0615-robert-pattinson-eclipse.html

Friday, June 11, 2010

Carrie Underwood Brags About Her Beau

Carrie Underwood discusses her fiance, Mike Fisher:

Carrie Underwood: It's really great having him there because no matter what happens, I go home a winner. I have the biggest prize -- and it's the guy sitting next to me. Win or lose, I know he's proud of me, and that's really nice. But, of course, it's nice to share the good times with him, too, and to have him here for anything.


On the uniqueness of her upcoming wedding:

Underwood: Goodness, I don't know! We're still working on everything. I'll tell you afterwards. I haven't been to too many weddings, so I really don't have that much to compare it to. But I guess the unique thing will be me and Mike. We've never been married before, so it will be like anybody else's wedding.


More on her future hubby:

Underwood: Everybody has been so nice and welcomed him. He was walking by Brad Paisley earlier, and he's like, 'Let's go hang out.' I said, 'I leave on Saturday to go back on the road.' He's like, 'We don't need her. Let's go.' Everybody’s been super nice. Not that I expected anything different because I know what kind of people I’m around.


Underwood talks about her fans:

Underwood: They made me. I know they make all of us because, of course, we couldn't do anything without them. Nobody would play our stuff or see us in concert.   They made me from the ground up.

I kind of took a year off last year and wrote and recorded and stuff like that. And every time I go back on the road, it's a re-energizing situation, every single night, because you feel them. It's awesome -- being on the road and stuff like this.


Discussing her fan club:

Underwood: They call radio stations: 'Play Carrie , play Carrie , play Carrie !'  It really is Team Carrie. It's awesome.

The real interview:  http://www.cmt.com/news/country-music/1641294/cmt-music-award-winner-carrie-underwood-calls-fiance-my-biggest-prize.jhtml