Monday, June 1, 2009

'Twilight' director: Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson were good in bed

For "Twilight" couple Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, it all started in bed.
For "Twilight" couple Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, it all started in bed.

Are they an item or not?

The latest issue of Life & Style magazine sure makes it seem like "Twilight" co-stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are sharing a thing off screen as well. They're on the cover under a headline that says: "It's On!"

The mag reports that the two took whatever it is they're doing to the next level when Stewart bonded with Pattinson's parents during his birthday party last week in Vancouver, British Columbia, where "New Moon" is shooting.

Apparently there was some serious parental bonding going on over kobe beef meatballs.
“Kristen and Rob have amazing chemistry,” their co-star Elizabeth Reaser told Life & Style. “They’re great together.”

"Twilight" director Catherine Hardwicke seconded that observation, telling the mag just how she came to choose the two for the roles of on-screen lovers.
And get this. It involved a bed.

“To decide who was going to be Edward, I had chemistry reads over at my house on my bed,” Hardwicke tells Life & Style, “and when it was Rob and Kristen together, you could just tell … this is it.”
Hardwicke says "it’s intense when you do such an intense project. Robert and Kristen are interested in each other, like a fascination.”

The magazine, which claims to have seen the latest version of the "New Moon" script, also spills the beans on plot secrets from the set.
Stewart was seen hopping on the back of a gang member's motorcycle in one scene where she goes to a movie theater with Jessica (Anna Kendrick). Her stunts have apparently become even more daring to make Edward appear.

A new action-packed scene has been added that has Laurent going down swinging. "The novel talks about my character getting chased and destroyed by werewolves,” says Edi Gathegi, who plays Laurent.
And apparently, after not saying “I love you” in "Twilight", Edward has a different bargaining chip up his sleeve in "New Moon."

Maybe it involves meatballs.


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