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”Twilight” star Kristen Stewart has confessed that she”s petrified she”ll be killed on the red carpet. Ever since she shot to fame starring opposite Robert Pattinson in the Twilight films, the actress has found herself thrust into the spotlight at movie premieres. However, she has admitted that she finds red carpet events upsetting because she […] Continue reading Kristen Stewart fears she”ll be ”assassinated” on the red carpet

Twilight’s Kristen Stewart is lighting things up with a new hair color. The big screen’s Bella Swan has swapped her drab brunette locks for a vibrant red ‘do, which the actress debuted during an appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman Monday. Kristen — who famously snipped her mane for a lead role in […] Continue reading Kristen Stewart Debuts Red Hair [Pics & VIDEO]

Watch live streaming video from aplive at livestream.com PopCrunch.com is hosting a live stream from tonight’s red carpet premiere of the eagerly-anticipated summer blockbuster The Twilight Saga: Eclipse at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, where Twi-Hards have been camping out for more than four days in hopes of catching a glimpse of their favorite star-crossed […] Continue reading “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” Red Carpet Premiere LIVE Streaming VIDEO

“Memphis,” “Red” early winners at Tony Awards

NEW YORK (Reuters) – “Memphis,” a romp that discovers the roots of rock’n’roll and “Red,” a play about artist Mark Rothko picked up early Tony Awards for the past Broadway season at a star-studded ceremony held on Sunday at Radio City Musical Hall. “Memphis” an original musical loosely based on Memphis disc jockey Dewey Phillips, picked up early behind-the-scenes … Continue reading "Memphis," "Red" early winners at Tony Awards

The drama ‘Red’ and musical ‘Memphis’ each win 3 early Tonys; ‘American Idiot,’ ‘Fela!’ get 2 “Memphis” and “Red” each picked up three early victories Sunday at the 2010 Tony Awards, while “American Idiot” and “Fela!” won two apiece. “Memphis,” the rhythm ‘n’ blues musical set in the 1950s, was cited for best orchestration, original score and best book of … Continue reading 'Red' and 'Memphis' each win 3 early Tonys