Breaking Dawns News – Jackson talking BD & James Franco reading Twilight???
Eonline has an interview with Jackson Rathbone when he attended the 2010 TCAs.
“I’m excited to see how Kristen Stewart really works with that. That’s going to be fun, she’s an incredible actress and, I know this is a pun,
but she’s chomping at the bit in order to play that transition.”
“I can’t wait, it’s always a reunion” Jackson told us about gearing up for back-to-back filming of the next two movies, even though he said he had “no clue” when production starts except sometime this fall.
“I’m really looking forward to seeing Bella’s transformation, that’s one of the things that has been building up for a while,” Rathbone dished, all cute all scruffy.
“I think it’s going to have to be PG-13, I don’t know how they’re going to keep it PG. [Screenwriter] Melissa Rosenberg herself has told us there is going to be sex in this movie. I can’t wait. It’s in the books and I mean they’re married, they gotta consummate that relationship,” J.R. laughed.
Now that the release date for the final Breaking Dawn films are set, Jax told us he’s more sad than excited to be free of his vampire duties.
“It’s one of the sad aspects of Breaking Dawn being the last two chapters of the film series, it was always a family reunion we all go out we all have fun. It’s sad to see it go. [Twilight] has done so much for me in terms of broadening my audience and my art form. Hell I always wanted to play a vampire, it’s cool. It’s been really fun.”
James Franco looks a little ragged along the seams at 8:45 in the morning. Unshaven. Inky at his edges and out of sorts. The brown T-shirt hangs on his shoulders like the wind blew it there. He’s catfooted and somehow goofy of gait. And that mustache is a wish.
He generally fits the bill of a vaguely hungover, Lower East Side, semi-academic hipster artist living the unraveling agenda of Tuesday-morning being and nothingness. He sits by a side door near a pail of mop water. There’s a paperback, palm-pinched, cover down, in his right hand, and a big plastic shopping bag full up with something he doesn’t want to show just yet. When asked what he’s reading, Franco smiles his ungrudgingly adolescent smile, a grin as terminally satisfying as the last healthy squeeze on a tube of toothpaste. He is engaging, for just a second, in the mutual diction of actor and artist — “It’s for a project,” he says. But the word — project — thumps out of him unprecious and without bluster, as if he were naming a day of the week. He’s always got something going. He flips the book over. Twilight.
Keep in mind: The position of things is such that he doesn’t have to show the book. Had he said Jude the Obscure, no one would have been the wiser. He’s a graduate student, after all, enrolled in two universities at pretty much any given moment. “It’s crazy how much sexual tension there is,” he says. “It just builds and builds. I mean it never stops. It’s sort of explosive by the end. Crazy. Like they’ll blow up with it. And of course, they don’t.” He shrugs then, a good shrug, because he is selling nothing with it. “Which is the point too, I guess.”
Sometimes Franco goes a little hypnotic with the eye contact. What starts as a steady gaze generally transmutes into the oddly pleased squint that is his war paint, a look that allows him to play both stoner and supervillain with the same incredulous vacancy. He sighs a little, apologetic. “You probably know I have a lot of projects,” he says. “But that one is way, way off. It’s just something I’m thinking about.” He whisks at something in the air then. “Off in the distance. Way off.”
So IF James Franco is taking on a role in Twilight – Breaking Dawn – Wonder what role would he be? Hmm when he says – “project” – that could also mean homework right? He is a Graduate Student. Oh well I guess we’ll just have to wait and see.