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Twilight movie: Še več intervjujev!

In Film,Twilight on 28/02/2008 od Mateja

Igralci iz filma Somrak so vsak dan bolj oblegani in posledično se hitro pojavljajo intervjuji z njimi.

Intervju s Kristen StewartMTV

Kristen Stewart Wants A ‘Twilight’ Series That Sucks…In All The Right Ways
Published by MTV Movies Team on Monday, February 4, 2008

Article by Alexandra Gambardella

“Harry Potter” did it for wizards, “Lord of the Rings” won big for hobbits, and “Narnia” brought it home for the talking woodland creatures. But can a soon-to-shoot movie similarly turn the creaky film cliché of vampires into the next multimillion-dollar fantasy flick franchise?

“The movie is called ‘Twilight,’” 17-year-old “Into the Wild” actress Kristen Stewart beamed when we recently spoke to her. “[’Lords of Dogtown’ filmmaker] Catherine Hardwicke is directing it in Washington. It’s based on a book that’s pretty popular [among] young adult, high school kids.”

Although Stewart and co-star Robert Pattinson (Cedric Diggory!) will soon film only the first movie, they’re already talking about turning the vampire storyline into a series that really sucks. And since the latest book sold over 150,000 copies in its first day alone, Bella and Edward fans everywhere are already counting down the months until the film’s release.

“People really love these books,” said Stewart. “Right now it’s a trilogy, and a fourth book is coming out, so hopefully we’ll get to shoot all four.”

For those who haven’t yet been bitten, “Twilight” will feature Stewart as Bella Swan, a teenage girl whose life gets turned upside-down after she meets and falls in love with a vampire. Additional names will be cast in the next few weeks, but according to the actress, 21-year-old Pattinson is already sinking his teeth into the role of Edward.

“He’s so good and he’s so soulful and he’s just not a liar — you can feel pain from him,” Stewart cooed. “The cool thing about the story is that it’s a seemingly wonderful fantasy — let’s fall in love with vampires and live forever — but it’s so much harder than that. Imagine living forever. Living one life is hard enough.”

But don’t get fooled into thinking this is going to be “The Notebook” for the undead. “The main character is like, superhuman,” Stewart said of the action scenes in the script. “He’s a vampire, but with really [heightened powers]; he can run faster than a car can drive, and he’s super strong. He throws me over his back [in one scene], right before he’s going to tell me that he’s a vampire, and then he runs over the treetops. And we’re going to be in real treetops; we’re not just going to CGI it. We actually get to go up there, and that’s what I’m stoked on.”

“It’s a pretty triumphant love story,” Stewart concluded, looking forward to stepping in front of the cameras. “It’s gonna take a while, and it [deserves to be] at least a series of three.”

Intervju z Rachelle LefevreMTV

Feb 27 2008
‘Twilight’ Star Rachelle Lefevre Addresses ‘OMG!’ Fans, Blog Haters From Book-Turned-Movie’s Set

‘I don’t think I’ve ever seen so many people [write] ‘OMG’ in my life,’ actress says of flick’s early online buzz.

By Larry Carroll

Forget Indy, Iron Man and that Harry Potter kid. In the eyes of the latest die-hard fans to hit Hollywood, there’s no doubt that “Twilight” is the most anticipated movie of 2008.

Calling themselves twi-hards, these folks have pored over every page of Stephenie Meyer’s best-selling books about the forbidden romance between a teen girl and an immortal vampire. Now, cameras are rolling on the flick’s Portland, Oregon, set.

If you’ve been bitten and smitten, you’ll hang on the every word of Rachelle Lefevre, the impossibly sweet 20-year-old actress who has taken on her biggest role yet as flame-haired baddie Victoria. If not, here’s your chance to get an early primer on what everyone will be talking about at the end of the year. (Also, head to the MTV Movies Blog to read Lefevre’s answer to the film’s first sorta-controversy.) In the first-ever interview from the set of “Twilight,” Rachelle spoke about her favorite line, hanging with the Cullens, and answering back to the twi-hards who think her casting sucks more than just blood.

MTV: We recently ran a story with Kristen Stewart talking about “Twilight.” The old record on the MTV Movies Blog was 600 comments; that story now has 1,600 comments!

Rachelle Lefevre: [She laughs.] I’ve noticed. Twilight’s got some avid — and rabid — fans.

MTV: And every other comment is: “OMG! Kristen is so beautiful!”

Lefevre: I don’t think I’ve ever seen so many people [write] “OMG” in my life.

: People are just now beginning to realize how big this “Twilight” thing is.

Lefevre: We are too.

MTV: So how did you become aware of it? When you first got the script, was it just another gig?

Lefevre: There were three things about it that made me want to go for the audition: The first one was that [director] Catherine Hardwicke was attached; the second was that the role was to play a vampire; and the third was that I could do an adaptation of a book that’s a trilogy, with the potential to explore a character, hopefully, over three films.

MTV: So you’ve always wanted to play a vampire?

Lefevre: [She laughs.] I have, actually! It appeals to me. I wrote Catherine a three-page letter on why I thought I should get the part. And most of it was about how I thought that vampires were basically the best metaphor for human anxiety and questions about being alive. I also said I wanted to do something that appeals to both a younger and an older audience.

: At the center of the books is the forbidden romance between Edward and Bella. And much like “Titanic” or “The Notebook,” it’s constructed to appeal to several generations.

: Yeah, absolutely. … She’s not a vampire, and I love this idea that she can’t be with him for all these reasons. It’s the “Romeo and Juliet” thing that we love, that romanticism of “What am I willing to do?” and “What am I willing to sacrifice to be with the person I love?” Like “Titanic” or “Romeo and Juliet,” these are movies where there’s something that gets in the way of the romance, where you really have to sacrifice something in order to have it. And in this case, it’s her life, so what can be more romantic than that — potentially having your life threatened every time you’re with the guy?

: You begin filming this week. What have you been doing up there until now?

Lefevre: I’ve spent a few weeks in Portland doing rehearsals, and it’s amazing. The other actors are ridiculously committed to these roles. We’ve had cast dinners where we go out, just to bond — especially for the actors playing the Cullens. I think it’s really important to them to be a family.

MTV: Are the Cullens sitting in the corner eating by themselves, like they do in the book?

: [She laughs.] Well, it may evolve into that once we begin filming, who knows? But in the beginning, Catherine is very organic, and she really wants us to have it in our bodies about what it would be like to be a vampire. I remember that in your article, that Kristen [Stewart] pointed out that it’s not just that these people are vampires. They have supernatural abilities beyond living forever. They have super strength and speed and hearing and agility. So Catherine really wanted us to feel what that would be like. And so there’s been a huge emphasis on having the vampires work together and rehearsing together to get this cohesiveness.

MTV: And there’s also tons of stunts. What kind of training have you guys received so far?

Lefevre: Oh my God, my favorite has got to be the wire-work. They put you in a harness and put you on wires, and you’re flying through the air. It’s really amazing. … We also do this thing called “riding the magic carpet,” which makes you look like you’re moving extremely fast. … They make you walk at incredible speeds, on an incredibly fast-moving thing, so that the effect is like you’re walking with no effort at 30 miles an hour.

MTV: Tell us about how you see the character.

Lefevre: I play Victoria, who is in the book. There’s not a lot about her backstory in the first book, but what I can tell you is that she’s a nomadic vampire who is very, very feline and just pure instinct. This is a woman who is half-cat and is extremely powerful and enjoys her power. And she’s got this flaming-red hair, which I kind of have.

MTV: She’s a tough cookie.

Lefevre: Let’s just say that hell hath no fury like a vampire scorned. [She laughs.]

MTV: Would it be appropriate to say that she is James’ henchman?

Lefevre: They travel together; I will say that. They travel and feed together. … You wouldn’t want to meet a vampire in a dark alley, but I think you particularly wouldn’t want to meet Victoria.

MTV: Now, these vampires have no teeth, right?

Lefevre: There are no teeth, no fangs.

MTV: For someone who always wanted to play a vampire, didn’t you feel a little gypped?

Lefevre: Yeah, I did. That’s the only thing I really wanted, was to put in teeth. [She laughs.] But there is something about no teeth that I find even scarier now, because if you think about it, think how hard and how aggressively you’d have to bite someone. Think of how aggressively you have to bite somebody to draw blood. Think about that for a minute. It’s a lot scarier than you initially imagined, and probably not as neat and tidy as those two little holes.

MTV: I like that.

Lefevre: Yeah, these aren’t gentle, “you may feel a little poke”-type of vampires.

MTV: What’s the one line in the script that you can’t wait to deliver?

Lefevre: Oh, well, Victoria has a line where she very aggressively says, “I love it when men chase me!” And it can be taken so many different ways. I find that line, as a woman, to say that in a really empowering way, is kind of sexy.

MTV: Ever since we announced your casting, there have been so many fan comments posted about you — some good and some not so good. I know you’ve been reading them, so I thought we could have you address a few. An MTV Movies Blog reader named “Shada,” for instance, posted: “Rachelle Lefevre doesn’t look scary enough to play Victoria.”

Lefevre: What would I say back? Well, I would say that every picture she’s ever seen of me is taken out at an event, where I’m probably happy to be there. How could I possibly look mean? Maybe she should come to my house and see me at 7 a.m., before I’ve had a cup of coffee. [She laughs.]

MTV: Someone named “Alexia” said: “Victoria looks fabulous and could definitely portray evil.”

Lefevre: I would say, “Thank you for your confidence. I hope I don’t let you down!”

MTV: And then there’s “Rachel,” who wrote: “Victoria looks too nice with her freckles and stuff.”

Lefevre: [She laughs.] I would say that freckles equal Pollyana. And I will say this for all us freckled people, all of us red-headed, freckled gals: I intend to represent!

Intervju z Ashley GreeneTwilightMoms.comLINK

1. TM: Have you read the books?

Ashley: Yes of course I’ve read all three books! A few times actually. I finished all three books, and become a fan before I was even cast!

2. TM: What do you do in Portland with your spare time? Do you need a local tour guide? No charge. My number is (XXX) XXX-XXXX. Ha ha.

Ashley: Time off. HA! No, um just trying to explore the city. It really is a gorgeous place! I’ve decided I would like a house here. Smile And thank you for the offer, that’s incredibly sweet…. I might just take you up on the offer when I’m here on my own time

3. TM: What is your favorite Alice moment in the books, if you have read them?

Ashley: Favorite Alice moment? Hmm…. there are a few but a moment that always makes me smile is the whole yellow Porsche bit…. it shows a playful warm connection between Edward and Alice

4. TM: Have you heard any chatter about sequels?

Ashley: Definitely heard the chatter Smile I would love if there were sequels. We shall see.

5. TM: Can we come and do an interview in person some time on behalf of

Ashley: The in person interview could probably be arranged. That’s something that will have to go through my management and the movie publicist though. I would love to though, if it can be arranged.

6. TM: Are you getting along with the other cast members?

Ashley: The Cast is amazing! Everyone pretty much “clicks” which is very nice considering we are family now.

7. TM: Can you please ask Rob if he got the Jack Nicholson DVD’s that we dropped off? A production assistant names Derek said he would give them to Rob.

Ashley: I will certainly ask Rob if he has received the DVD.

8. TM: What actors or actresses to you look up to?

Ashley: I love love, love Audrey Hepburn. She’s so timeless and classically beautiful. Gina Davis is also great… long kiss goodnight was a favorite of mine for a while. Julia Roberts, Meryl Streep and Felicity Huffman are some others I look up to.

9. TM: What’s the biggest difference between the Alice from the books vs. the Alice we will see in the movie version?

Ashley: I am trying to keep the character pretty similar to the book. Everyone has a different take though. I don’t want to give anything away, but I am trying to give the character layers that people may not have picked up on. Most people see her as a cheerful cute bubbly girl, and there is just so much more to Alice than that.

10. TM: Has Alice’s hair been a big concern about getting accurate? Or are you doing your own version of it? Will it be a wig or your hair?

Ashley: Oh the hair! Haha, it’s definitely been a work in progress. I think you’ll be pleased though. Again, I’m trying to keep her close to what the fans see. I’m not fictional though, so we have to work with my face Smile

11. TM: Have you seen any of the costume designs for the movie yet? Stephenie Meyer has a very specific look for Alice’s prom dress on her website. Is the costume designer going off of that or using something completely original?

Ashley: The wardrobe I have seen is awesome! I love it. Unfortunately, the prom dress is just as much of a mystery to me as it is to you.

12. TM: I’d love to know more about the casting photo that was done of the Cullen’s. Was it really a last minute thing? Are wigs going to be used in the movie?

Ashley: Yes, the photo was just a general idea. Don’t worry. We were no where near finished.

13. TM: What did you think of Stephenie Meyer?

Ashley: Stephenie Meyer was so pleasant. She really is a sweet and talented woman I was a little nervous to meet her, but the second we sat down and began chattering away, I was completely comfortable. I’m very excited I was able to meet her!

14. TM: In what ways are you like Alice? How are you different?

Ashley: Well, physically, there are a few differences. At this point I think we all know I’m much much taller which much longer hair. I relate somehow with any character but this one is a little different considering she is a vampire who can see the future. I do have the same intense love for my family I’m very blessed to have such an amazing family. And I care a lot about others feelings, I would never want to intentionally hurt anyone. And what girl doesn’t love shopping!?

15. TM: Are you under contract to do a sequel?

Ashley: We don’t talk about contracts. Smile

16. TM: What do you think your life will be like after this movie comes out? Are you excited or nervous about all the exposure from crazy fans like us or is that just something that you take as part of the job?

Ashley: I am a little nervous. A good nervous though. The exposure will definitely help my career and enable me to keep doing what I love ya know? I am a little scared of the privacy level that will probably be next to nothing, but aside from that I’m ecstatic!

17. TM: What kind of big stunt work is being done? We have heard about flying thru trees – will you get to do anything like that?

Ashley: We are doing a good amount of stunt work. So neat! I’m trying to do all of my own stunt stuff.

18. TM: What are you doing to prepare for this role? Or what have you had to do?
We’ve heard Robert is doing a lot of physical training and also work on the dialect/accent. Have you had to do anything like that?

Ashley: Well, baseball. I’ve never played before so it’s quite a challenge. I’ve been studying few books, films and my own personal exercises.

19.TM: What is it like to work with Catherine Hardwicke?

Ashley: Catherine is a ball of energy. Positive energy. She’s very fun to work with!

20. TM: Some actors only like to read the script and not the book the script is adapted from… what do you like? Since a lot is changed in a script from the book version, do you think that knowing the character from the books point of view helps or is distracting?

Ashley: I think anything I can get my hands on helps. Books, the script, twilight sites, Wikipedia….. it gives me so many more places to pull from.

21. TM: What was the audition process like for the role of Alice? can you talk about who else was considered? (or that you beat out ) How long have you known that you had the part?

Ashley: The auditioning process was really long for me…. a couple of months. And I don’t really know the people considered. I try not to focus on that stuff.
And I knew about a month before I flew out.

22. TM: How is the chemistry between yourself and Jackson Rathbone? (on and off screen)

Ashley: Jackson is an awesome guy! Such a fun person to be around. And I think there is a bit of chemistry with everyone in the cast. We all get along great. We all hang out and goof off together.

23. TM: Ashley does it surprise you that Twilight has a huge Adult fan base? What do you think of all us crazy TMs lusting after Edward/Jacob?

Ashley: I am pleasantly surprised. My mom loves it too though.
Haha, well Jacob and Edward are perfect. I mean I’ve read the books and now I’ve met the people and they should be lusting!! They are very lust-able guys haha.

24. TM: What’s it like on set? Is it a fun cast or is it more serious?
Is anyone the funny one? Peter said in his MySpace blog that he gets called the ~dad~ has anyone else gotten a nickname?

Ashley: Oh its very fun. Its a very young, fun cast. Um, the “wifey” and “Hubby” terms have been tossed around. And we go in and out of being called jasper alice ashley jackson and such….

25. TM: Why has the cast been kept so secret? Is it just so that the production company can spread it out to keep up the buzz?

Ashley: I’ve got no idea about the cast. I think they wanted to wait until things are solid and set in stone really. But the Buzz was a positive too.

26. TM: Happy belated Birthday wishes!! Did you do anything special or where you working?

Ashley: Thanks!! I’m 21! I was working but a friend flew in and a couple of the cast took me out for a chill night. It was really nice, and I remember it!

27. TM: Where do you stay when you are filming? Do they put you up in a hotel, apartment, etc.?
What about meals? Do they have everything catered so you don’t have to leave the set?
What about free time? Can you go sight seeing? What is the funest thing you have done in Portland?

Ashley: Oh yea, we get fed. They put us up in hotels for most films. And we get Per Diem for food each day, even though they feed us! Not a ton of free time but when we’re off we have been trying to look around. I want to go hiking, it’s so gorgeous out! Um, went to Powells the other day, I love that place! A lot of the fun is on set actually. Wire work rocks!

28. TM: Being a crazed fan – I can’t get a good perception on how the outside world is going to react to Twilight the movie – is the buzz around set that this is going to be huge? Or obviously that’s the hope of every movie, but does it seem to be a big topic that comes up? Is there a lot of weight laying on this having a huge opening? Will that effect the possibilities of sequels happening or are the sequels already being set up?

Ashley: There is the hope that its a huge film. There is that pressure to appeal to die hard fans and also people who have never heard of the book. If we can achieve that I think there is a real possibility of this movie doing great in the box office. Of course I think the numbers effect if there is a sequel. If we open huge then it would seem like the most logical thing to do. If we fizzle then I highly highly doubt the second book would be filmed.

29. TM: What is the buzz about us fans? Do we differ from most movie fans in that we aren’t really about one particular actor- but excited about the whole dang movie even down to the cars they are using?

Ashley: We love the fans! Your the reason the films getting made and such a buzz! So thank you!

30. TM: We fans are obsessed about every little detail. Is this something Director Catherine Hardwicke is taking into consideration? If she is – can you give us an example?

Ashley: We all take that into consideration. No movie is a spitting image of the book, but we are going to try to keep you guys happy. There are a lot of similarities but there will be differences.

31. TM: What is your favorite book/movie (aside from Twilight, of course!)

Ashley: Favorite book? hmm…. I’m in the middle of “Eat Pray Love” … it’s a good one. Really enjoyed the Da Vinci code and well as Demons and Angels.

32. TM: What’s your dream role in a movie? Do you even have one? This could be a book character, or a movie that has already been made… whatever Just curious. AND, if you could appear opposite from any hottie in a movie who would it be? (So many wonderful possibilities here… I have my own hottie list…)

Ashley: Haha I am right there with ya!
Dream Role: I really would love to do a piece like Julia Roberts or Charlize Theron in Erin Brockovich or North Country. They were both so amazing and so inspiring. I would love to touch someone in the way they’re performances touched me. Obviously that will be when I play 30 and not 16 so I have time. Also a time piece.
Playing Alice is pretty ideal as well. I get to do everything!
Hmmm…. well I’m already working with a bunch of hotties now haha. But besides those guys Mr Johnny Depp is the first that pops into my head.

33. TM: Can you tell us all about Alice’s wardrobe for the movie????

Ashley: Alice’s wardrobe is a mixture of modern edge with elegance and magic I have the best wardrobe…. I think I’m going to try to take it all back with me! Smile

34. TM: What is a typical day like for you on set? How early do you start? How is your time spent!

Ashley: Nothings typical with us. Smile Some days are suuuuper long and some are short. The times vary as well…. usually don’t have days that begin before like 8 so that’s good. We just began filming though. The last few weeks was all training and hair and makeup.

35. TM: I just was wondering, if any of the other actors have been freaked out at all by the dedication of the fandom, and by any of the Twilight Mom’s stalking adventures.

Ashley: No, not at all. Right now I think its a blessing we have you guys as fans and supporters.

36. TM: What scene in the movie can you not wait to get to??

Ashley: Fight scene!!

37. TM: Is Robert speaking in an American accent while in character?

Ashley: Yes I believe he will.

38. TM: I’m trying to be really good and not ask a thing about MY favorite! (Emmett) (Tell me everything you know!!)

Ashley: I’m thrilled about Emmett as well…
Kellan and I have been friends for a few years so I was extremely happy about being able to be on screen with him.

Ashley’s response to multiple well-wishes and congratulations on her casting as Alice –
Thank you so much for all the support. It’s a big relief to know that in general people are happy with our cast!



Twilight med najljubšimi knjigami Emily Osment

In Knjige,Twilight on 26/02/2008 od Mateja

Pred kakšnim tednim dni je Emily Osment pohvalila serijo knjig Somrak v oddaji The View. Zdaj pa je za revijo CosmoGirl napisala kratko recenzijo knjige.

Twilight by Stephenie Meyer is one of my all-time-favorite books. It is a fictional adventure that takes the reader into a world of vampires, forbidden love, and a place where Bella, the main character, must make the tough decision between life without love and life without danger. From the first chapter, Meyer grabbed my attention and kept me enthralled throughout the entire book. The characters contrast so greatly, I found myself wondering how she pieced them so seamlessly.

Bella and Edward are the core characters of the book. Bella is the klutzy, unoriginal, and fearless contender for Edward’s heart. Edward attends Bella’s school like any other normal teenager. He is the astonishingly attractive, timeless figure in Bella’s life, who just so happens to be a vampire. However, he is not your typical bloodsucking vampire. He and his family are civilized and live in secret wherever they go. I felt so connected to these characters, and often would look up from the book half expecting to see them standing in front of me.

Currently, there are three books in the Twilight series found on the shelves. The fourth book is still being written. Purchase Twilight, but be prepared to buy the next two books because the story does not end. I am having the hardest time waiting for the fourth book to come out. Before Twilight is made into a movie, read the book. I am a great believer in book first, movie second. Enjoy Twilight, and remember, be careful with whom you fall in love.

Emily Osment


Dolgo je trajalo!

In Knjige,Twilight on 26/02/2008 od Mateja

Dolgo je trajalo, a končno sem le dočakala: iz Konzorcija so mi poslali knjigi Twilight in New Moon. Knjigarna je vse tri knjige iz serije Twilight naročila 26. novembra 2007 in jaz sem jih rezervirala 4. decembra. 24. februarja 2008 sem končno prejela telefonski klic iz Konzorcija – prispeli sta prvi dve knjigi. Kaj se je zgodilo s tretjo, nihče ne ve.

Ah, bom že nekako prišla še do Eclipse.

Sploh ne morem verjeti, da  prvi dve knjigi ležita  na mizi pred menoj.  Čudež.


Twilight movie: Charlie Swan

In Film,Twilight on 26/02/2008 od Mateja

Billy Burke je potrdil, da bo v filmu Twilight igral Bellinega očeta.

Billy Burke

“I started off my career being the bad boyfriend running around with the gun, and now I’m officially old enough to play a 17-year-old’s father,” observes Billy Burke, recently seen in the thriller “Untraceable” — and now, just beginning work as Kristen Stewart’s pere in the adaptation of Stephenie Meyers’ young adult novel, “Twilight.” “It’s about a young girl who comes to live with her dad and falls for a vampire — sort of a vampire Romeo and Juliet.” At the helm is Catherine Hardwicke, “one of my favorite up-and-coming directors — who did ‘Thirteen’ and ‘Lords of Dogtown.'”



Robert Pattinson o negativnem odzivu mnogih oboževalcev Somraka

In Film,Twilight on 26/02/2008 od Mateja

Robert Pattinson je v nedavnem intervjuju za Evening Standard o odzivu mnogih oboževalcev Somraka povedal tole:

“The books have a huge following, and I’ve already got bags of letters from angry fans, telling me that I can’t possibly play Edward, because I’m Diggory. I hope I can prove them wrong.”

Celoten članek si lahko preberete v galeriji Pattinson Online.

Robert Pattinson Fan in Stay Twilight pa sta že v nedeljo odprla “Album podpore” za Roberta Pattinsona.


Peter Facinelli odgovarja na vprašanja oboževalcev

In Film,Twilight on 26/02/2008 od Mateja

Peter Facinelli, ki v filmu Twilight igra Dr. Carlisla Cullena, je na svojem MySpace blogu odgovoril na nekaj vprašanj oboževalcev.

Q – Can I ask if you have read all three books?

A – Yes, I have read all three books. I read one each day. They are such quick reads, and I could not them put them down.

Q – One of my favorite Carlisle moments is the beginning of New Moon when he stitches up Bella. His comments just sum up who he is and what he is about. What is your favorite scene?

A- I would have to agree that the scene where he is stitching Bella up in New Moon is a very powerful and informative scene, and one of my favorites as well.

Q – Does it feel weird to play the father figure when you aren’t that much older then the other characters?

A – It is a little wierd playing the father of people who I am not that much older than, but having children myself, and being a father where none of the other “adopted children’ do not have children helps me understand Carlisle, and helps me establish myself as paternal figure within the cast. A few of them have even started calling me “dad”, which I find amusing.

Q – How do you like Portland?

A – Portland is great. I actually shot the first film I ever did here called FOXFIRE, which starred Angelina Jolie, in one of her first film debuts. So it’s kind of like going full circle for me to be here again so many years later.

Thanks again to Twilight Moms for all the amazing support on the film. I hope you enjoy it as much as the book.



R.I.P. Dr. Janez Drnovšek

In Aktualno,Politika,Slovenija on 23/02/2008 od Mateja

Danes je Slovenijo pretresla žalostna vest, da je ponoči umrl bivši predsednik vlade in predsednik republike, Dr. Janez Drnovšek.


Portret na
Slovenska Wikipedia
Angleška Wikipedia

Dr. Drnovška sem od nekdaj spoštovala. Bil je sposoben in premišljen politik, predvsem pa dober človek. Naj počiva v miru.

Kaj je življenje? Trpljenje.
Mora biti tako? Mora.
Je mogoče življenje brez trpljenja? Ni.

Dr. Janez Drnovšek