Comic Con might be done and over but Access Hollywood has just released two new interview videos with Twilight Saga cast members. The first one features Kellan Lutz, Peter Facinelli and Jackson Rathbone:
The second one features Ashley Greene, Nikki Reed and Elizabeth Reaser:
Nikki Reed surprises a very lucky fan with a home makeover inspired by the look of Breaking Dawn this Saturday night @ 9/8 central on HGTV’s “Color Splash”. Don’t miss it!
Nikki Reed was seen at the Teen choice Awards with some unique looking nails, featuring her fiancés face and E!Online got the scoop
Collider has an interview with Jackson Rathbone and Nikki Reed at the Scream Awards 2010:
Jackson Rathbone and Nikki Reed
What is it like being at the Scream Awards
:45 – What is it like being in the center of a very popular franchise
1:40 – Nikki sneaks up
1:55 – Rathbone reveals Reed will be directing a video for his band 100 Monkeys
2:25 – Rathbone talk about Reed directing and what he likes about her
3:00 – They reveal they haven’t met Bill Condon yet. They call the script amazing
3:25 – Reed reveals they’ve read the script for both parts
3:40 – Are they shooting it in 3D?
4:05 – When are they going to Baton Rouge to film
4:30 – Rathbone and Reed talk about what they’re going to be doing in Louisiana as Rathbone grew up there
5:15 – We talk about music videos and how do you get it to stand out
7:50 – What are things are going on with him right now. Talks about another movie called Girlfriend and a new media project called Aim High
MTV Hollywood Crush talks to Nikki Reed talks about ‘Breaking Dawn’
“I have to say that in ‘Breaking Dawn,’ Jacob and Rosalie have an especially… their relationship is pretty unique,” she said with a smile. (Fans of the book know that Rosalie and Jacob have a few very heated interactions regarding the birth of Renesmee.) “It’s quite entertaining.”
This summer, Staples and DoSomething.org are hosting our third annual Do Something 101 School Supply Drive! You can help right now by holding school supply drives in your school and community.
From July 4th through September 18th, you can drop off the school supplies at Do Something 101 collection bins at any Staples store across the US. Each Staples store is teamed up with a local non-profit organization that will ensure your supplies will help students in your community.