Vanity Fair: Attack of the Wolves Parts 1 & 2

Vanity Fair interviewed members of the wolf pack as part of their ongoing series. First up is Alex Meraz (photo credit John Russo):

You didn’t have stunt doubles at all?

No! They were pushing for it, we were pushing against; we wanted to do our own stuff. We had to train for a good two days, eight hours each day just practicing jumping, making sure we were landing safely. On the day [of shooting], we were actually jumping from a green screen cliff but it was actually taller and a little bit more dangerous because there was foliage and grass on top of it—it was a little slippery. We were fine, and it was really fun.

What was it like having to come together and bond as the Wolf Pack?

We were entirely new, and it was a lot easier. We relied on each other to get through everything. There was so much to learn, but it was organic. We spent a lot of time together at the gym, and that’s what helped. As far as the original cast from Twilight, they were really cool. We didn’t spend much time with them because all of our scenes were really just with the Wolf Pack. It was easy.”

Get the rest of Alex’s interview here.

Vanity Fair will be adding more later today. Stay tuned and we’ll insert the extra info here when it becomes available.

Vanity Fair Begins Twilight Saga Featurette With Music

Vanity Fair is kicking off a new weekly feature today. They wrote in to tell us:

“Hope you’re enjoying your week! I’ve just posted a new Twilight Watch update on featuring interviews with three of the bands on the Twilight: New Moon soundtrack. Check out what Sea Wolf, St. Vincent, and OK Go have to say about their song exclusives including lyrics, what scenes their songs are featured in, and whether they’re Team Edward or Team Jacob. Hope to see you again next week and every week on counting down the release of Twilight: New Moon.”

So check it out on Vanity Fair!

Another Cover Shot For Robert Pattinson

Mark Malkin over at E! has unearthed the following information:

Robert Pattinson has another magazine cover coming up—and thankfully, it’s not some far-fetched tabloid bullcrap this time around.

Mr. Pattinson, I’m told, has landed himself on the cover of probably the most coveted of monthlies—Vanity Fair!”

You can check out Mark’s full story on E!.

E! Also has the details on the Teen choice awards where Taylor Lautner and Ashley Greene are confirmed as presenters and Robert Pattinson (barring filming issues) is also rumored to be there.

Twilight may have been ignored at the Oscars, Golden Globes and the like, but the vampire movie is scoring where it really counts—with the kids!

The Robert Pattinson romance earned an even dozen 2009 Teen Choice Award nominations, including Choice Movie: Drama and Choice Movie: Romance.”

Robert Pattinson: Most Handsome Man

Vanity fair has a poll going to determine the most handsome man. There’s a lot of competition.

Predicably, names like George clooney, Brad Pitt, and Clive Owen are on the list.