She scored her first starring role at age 14 in the children’s action-comedy “Catch That Kid.” After a number of other big screen appearances, including the films “Zathura,” “The Messengers” and “In the Land of Women,” Stewart was cast as Bella Swan in the film adaptation of Stephenie Meyer’s best-selling young adult novel, “Twilight,” opposite Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner.The film’s worldwide success turned Stewart into a global superstar, whose fame continued to rise with each of the subsequent installments, “New Moon,” “Eclipse,” “Breaking Dawn – Part 1,” and Breaking Dawn – Part 2.” Stewart began dating “Twilight” co-star Pattinson after meeting on the set of the film in 2008.There’s a new report that says the Hollywood couple have nixed their wedding plans once again.
Patz remembered selling them "for a lot of money," admitting: "I used to go in (the store) and take, like, one or two, and then put them in my bag.
I was in my school uniform when I was doing it, and it was kind of risky.
He always looks so calm, in the face of all those screaming girls. "On all those talk shows you have to do a pre-interview with some producer the day before. I thought, 'Oh my God, I'm starting to drool.' So, I made up this stupid story about having heavy saliva, and Jimmy's face just went, 'What the fuck are you talking about? It's a mumbled kind of laugh, full of self-deprecation and restraint. He was holed up in a sterile hotel suite in Beverly Hills, and I was one of a trillion journalists he met that day. They baulked: Robert really doesn't go out much, and when he does, he just goes to other people's houses. I said, come to my house, I'll put the beers on ice and grill up some lunch. And now here he is, this tall and entirely affable Englishman in a white T-shirt and black jeans, petting my dogs and making pleasant remarks about the neighbourhood. The other day, he tried opening a bottle with his i Phone; now he can't turn off its speakerphone.
But there are times when he gets very anxious indeed, and the heart quickens and the behaviour changes. Or at least that's what he told US late-night chat-show host Jimmy Kimmel recently, when he was a guest on the show to promote his latest movie, Given that he was clearly quite nervous for the interview itself, perhaps he was lying all along, which would mean he wasn't, which would mean he was and so on forever. As he squirmed and fidgeted in his seat, he told Kimmel, apropos of nothing, that he had "extraordinarily heavy saliva", which was why he couldn't spit very far, no more than a foot. And then a second before you go on, they tell you what you said in the pre-interview to prep you for it – and then you have to go and say it all again. I remember he showed up with a T-shirt that flapped open at the side and he hadn't noticed – it wasn't a fashion thing, the stitching had just gone. There's no publicist in tow, no minder at the gate. He loves , but he doesn't know how to record it on his TV, so he watches it live every Sunday.
At the end, I got so cocky that I would take the entire rack." What a pleasant surprise!