It was pretty obvious…..

Costar revealed Robert Pattinson,Kristen Stewart romance was quite obvious on set & more. Recently,Ology had a little chit chat with one of Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart’s Twilight co-stars Daniel Cudmore,and he revealed some more,interesting details about how K-Stew and Rob acted on set,and it looks like their steamy relationship was pretty apparent.

Daniel said, “It’s funny because I think the whole time everyone, it doesn’t matter who you are and where you are. When you see two people together, you know. You could just tell whether or not they are in a relationship. But you know at the same time like it’s not really any of our business to pry or poke and at the same time they just kept it very professional.”

After that,he went on to explain, they were also,obviously, trying to hide it from everybody else. In related news,it’s also been reported that Rob and Kristen got pretty romantic on their February 6th sushi date. At one point,they were spotted kissing each other with their hands in each other’s back pockets,so they do get pretty steamy. Stay tuned.

 

Source:

http://hwhills.com/costar-revealed-robert-pattinsonkristen-stewart-romance-was-quite-obvious-on-set-more/

Memphis International Film Festival Includes ECSTASY (Charlie Bewley)

 

“Ecstasy,” a Canadian faith-based drama that apparently is hipper than most of its breed: It features a bumpin’ house music soundtrack and a mono-monikered director named Lux. The film chronicles the desperate efforts of a churchgoing single mother trying to keep her two party-girl daughters from being lost forever in a nocturnal world of clubs, sex and drugs. Says one girl in the trailer, pooh-poohing the concerns of a reluctant friend after she is handed a mysterious pill: “Since when do we question what we put in our mouth?” The cast includes England’s Charlie Bewley, better known as the vampire Demetri, a member of the Volturi guard, in the“Twilight” films.

Source:

http://www.twilightish.com/2012/02/memphis-international-film-festival.html