»Mtv has an article celebrating Harry Potter’s 10th ‘birthday.’ Rob, Kellan, and Jeremy Davis [Paramore] discuss the boy wizard.
Kellan Lutz (“Twilight”): “I love ‘Harry Potter.’ I actually wanted ‘Harry Potter’ as competition for ‘Twilight,’ because you’d be seeing the wizard side of fantasy and then jumping into the vampire life. Everyone I talk to is so obsessed with it. I always wished I had powers. I always wished I had a stick and a broom! It’s a great story. It’s so well-written. I think ‘Harry Potter’ hit everything. It set the precedent, that peak of Mount Everest, and we all want to climb that mountain. I just wish there were as many books to make movies of in ‘Twilight’ as there are in ‘Harry Potter.’ ”
Robert Pattinson (Cedric in “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire,” Edward in “Twilight”): “Does it make me a traitor? ‘Harry Potter’ was what made me become an actor. I credit ‘Harry Potter’ with everything else that’s come since for me. I didn’t know what I was doing before that. I hadn’t read the books before doing the movie, so at first I read it just as an acting exercise. But I really enjoyed it! But I think Edward would kick Cedric’s ass, to be honest.”
Jeremy Davis (Paramore): “Hell, yeah, I love ‘Harry Potter’! I feel like ‘Harry Potter,’ the books and the movies, went above and beyond any other series. It would be a tough series to compete with. I would hate to try to compete against it.”
»Hey! Insomnia discusses the differences between Normal Guys and Edward.
A normal guy would pick a random song from a random artist and dedicate it to you.
Edward Cullen would sing you a song he wrote for you while playing the piano.
»Vampires and Slayers has a second audio interview [scroll down] with Stephenie Meyer and Catherine Hardwicke.
Previously Vampires & Slayers had presented an audio interview with author Stephenie Meyer and director Catherine Hardwicke regarding the film version of Twilight, which was recorded at the San Diego Comic Con back in July. Now we’re posting a different interview with the duo that was conducted on the same day.