Rolling Stone: Nikki Reed on Song Recorded With Husband Paul McDonald

Nikki Reed talked to Rolling Stone about her new musical venture: “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1 actress Nikki Reed stopped by the Rolling Stone studio this week to chat about “Now That I Found You,” the song she co-wrote with her husband, former American Idol contestant Paul McDonald. “The only person that inspires what I write about is Paul,” says Reed. “At least with this song, and any song that is sort of a love song.” Reed also talks about loving everyone from the Head and the Heart to Jay-Z — and why her Twilight character, Rosalie, would love Adele.”

Nikki also performed it live in a Barnes and Noble in Long Island where she and Paul did a signing.

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Rolling Stone: Which Movies Deserve the Love and the Hate?

Rolling Stone states:

“Hollywood had its biggest year ever with $10.6 billion — I said billion! — in the till for 2009. And we weren’t just paying more for the price of a ticket. Admissions were up by four percent. But if we are defined as a culture by the movies that win the popular vote, you may be pulled up short by this list of the Top 10 winners of 2009…Tell me which one of these Top 10 grossers you’d put in your personal time capsule and which one you’d like to see burn like the Nazi high command at the end of Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds?”

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Taylor Lautner in Rolling Stone

Taylor Lautner is rocking the magazine covers this month. He was previously seen on Men’s Health, now he is on Rolling Stone.

You can get the photogalley here and a video of the shoot here.

Taylor has a great Q & A:

Don’t you think that when some fans see New Moon, they may be disappointed, because you’re kind of the villain in a way.
I have some pretty passionate team Jacob fans [laughs].

Right. But you’re also the obstacle getting in the way of the great romance between Bella and Edward.
I can see where you’re coming from. The thing is, Jacob and Edward are two completely different guys. They are opposites. And it’s just what kind of girl you are. If you like that more mysterious, dangerous type, then that’s one guy. I personally love Jacob and Bella’s relationship, and how they began as friends. They are so much more open, and can tell each other anything. And Bella and Edward’s relationship, it’s always tense. It’s always serious. But Jacob and Bella’s friendship starts growing stronger and stronger and you just wonder if they can go past friends. It looks like that at some points.

But when your character hangs up on Edward in New Moon, it sets off the whole chain of events that almost lead to a major tragedy. That’s something a villain would do.
Yes. that is part of Jacob’s character. He can’t really control himself. When he gets mad, he gets mad. And all Jacob has on his mind is on Bella. That’s who he cares for. That’s who he loves. If somebody gets in his way, it’s not good. And he will explode. So I guess you could see that either way.”

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