Saturday, 20 June 2009

Rachelle Lefevre Talks Rob Adjusting To Fame & The Change In Directors -

24hours.ca has a new interview with Rachelle Lefevre. She does comment on the supposed romance between Rob and Kristen (and says there isn't one) and muses over fame and other bits -

At the centre of the pop-culture tsunami are Stewart and Pattinson, magazine cover mainstays whose real-life rapport (romance or no romance?) at times eclipses their fictional one.

"They have fantastic chemistry together on-screen and you know that's the kind of thing that becomes the source of rumours," Lefevre says.

"People want them to be together. People would love to hear that -- that they fell in love on the set and so they read that into everything they see.
But all I've seen are two people who have beautiful chemistry on-screen and are bonded.

Kristen, before Twilight, already had a huge resume and had worked with some heavy-hitters, but she had also flown under the radar.

And Rob, he was in Harry Potter (and the Goblet of Fire), so he had some experience with fame, but it was nothing remotely like this. So when two people go through that experience together -- the fandom and everything -- it's going to bond them."

How is Pattinson adjusting to life under the microscope?

"He's got a really good sense of humour. I've seen him frazzled, but when there were eight paparazzi chasing you and it's just you, it can be scary."
Almost as frightening perhaps as switching directors mid-stream between sequels.

Usually when a film succeeds, a studio clings to its creator. But in the case of New Moon, Catherine Hardwicke is out, replaced by Chris Weitz (The Golden Compass).

"It could have been bad," Lefevre admits. "But I think because Harry Potter went through it first to their benefit, we were like, 'The Potter kids went through a director shift and they were okay, so we'll be okay too."

You can read the full article here.

Via NMM

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