Monday, January 31, 2011

The World Supports Freedom

Egypt changes history in an unprecedented revolution. Millions are to sweep the streets until the tyrant and his ancient regime is thrown out. Reshuffling the government is not the change Egyptians are dying for nor releasing an army of vampires will stop them:)
Egypt and the whole world choose freedom and "Salam" Peace.

Giving a voice to my people who are shut out from the rest of the world
Lamia aka Apotamkin

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Gil Birmingham Sends Love to Egyptian Fans on facebook

A wonderful message from twilight's Gil Birmingham was posted on his official facebook page. "My Thoughts are with my many Egyptian fans who are struggling for freedom in their country." Special thanks and tons of love  back to you Gil from Apotamkin, my love and respect to you for voicing the Egyptian struggle against Dictatorship. Thank you:)


Saturday, January 29, 2011

More Than Just Heroes

Only you would know why I'm posting this here you could imagine my feelings when I saw and listened to the song of this video that Biel used for the amazing "More than Just Edward" video, that is a tribute to Rob's talent that I love and for which Apotamkin existed for the past year and a half.
I awe my people the same expression of love by posting a glimpse of what Egyptians are going through and I had to call it "More than Just Heroes" because they are.. via hadi15
 Apotamkin the cold one of Egypt

Friday, January 28, 2011

Friday of Anger

a word of justice in the face of an unjust ruler

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

The Day of Anger
25th of January 2011
Egyptians revolt for their freedom, unity and dignity
Egyptians stand one hand against real life Volturies
Pray with me for my people
who call for

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Wedding Plans - Fan made Video

I was looking for a fresh Edward and Bella video and after a long search I found a 6-minute-blend of all the movies and honestly I started laughing cause it just didn't spare! well it is just right when time is short for watching the DVDs :) enjoy a thorough review of the Saga of Edward and Bella by Aikouyami

Untagged Pix of Rob on the Set of Water for Elephants

We have seen some of these adorable pix of Rob, Reese and child on the set of WFE and here are many more better quality and untagged:) View them all at

On Set of Breaking Dawn

Sweet Twilight fans doing the sane thing that any twihard in the vicinity of any given twilight set would do; ogle, stare and stalk lol! Some fan pix from Baton Rouge and a possible set up for the final Breaking Dawn confrontation scene, I guess:)

via lunanuvameyer

Friday, January 21, 2011

Apotamkin Gift - RobSten Manip

I made you one RobSten manip:) It turned out like one great engagement photo;)

Edited Caps of Vogue's Shoot with Kristen Stewart

I found full video screen caps of Kristen's shoot with Vogue at so I selected some and did some color editing and croppings for my post. click link to view originals!

Red Riding Hood Trailer 2

Hardwicke's new Red Riding Hood released trailer two! the movie does look awesome!

Breaking Dawn Official Title Banner

New Breaking Dawn official banner is out! Could this mean soon we could see a Breaking Dawn official poster? hope so!

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Two New TV Week Outtakes of Rob

Just two more ...

Water for Elephants Launches Official Website

The official Water for Elephants Website is launched. It does look pretty cool and the HD trailer is much bigger! I got it for you too:)

New Bel Ami Still

Rob-trying - to - be-nasty - still! They finally let go of one new Bel Ami Still:)

Kira Knightly for Cosmopolis

So a sudden switch of leading ladies in Cosmopolis! Kira Knightly will replace Marion Cotillard probably because Cotillard is pregnant! Apotamkin is Happy I wanted to see Rob with a younger woman. Anyways I made another poster with the new Cosmopolis duo!

Vogue Slidshow - Kristen Stewart

Just dwelling a little bit more on Kstew's awesome pix from Vogue:) I touched one with pink!

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Apotamkin Gift - Colored Vogue Outtake of Kristen

Well I was inspired and usually it involves a coloring frenzy that is almost impossible to stop:) and here is my version of Kstew's mono photo from Vogue!

Kristen Stewart's Interview for Vogue

Kristen Stewart: Coming on Strong
by Eve MacSweeney | photographed by Mario Testino.

Kristen Stewart’s body can tell a million stories. Kinetic, she jiggles, feints, and darts as she talks, hanging back, looking off to the side, signaling resistance, a combative intelligence. “The word I always use for her is vulpine,” says Jake Scott, who recently directed her in Welcome to the Rileys, in which she plays a teenage runaway and lap dancer. “Foxlike. She’s got that way of moving and being that you often find in her performances, a sort of wiliness.”

In other words, Stewart projects the kind of wary, rebellious edge that is so much more typical of her age group—she is 20—than gleeful high spirits, which is probably one reason she is head and shoulders above her peers in Hollywood’s power pyramid, and a director’s darling. Scott heard about her from his friend Sean Penn after Penn cast her as the unmoored daughter of hippie parents in the memorable Into the Wild. “Sean said, ‘You’ve gotta see this kid,’ ” Scott recalls. “ ‘She’s just so alive!’ ” For Bill Condon, currently ensconced in a year’s worth of filming for Breaking Dawn, the two-part finale of the mighty Twilight Saga, “Kristen was at the top of my list of reasons to do this movie.”

On a fall weekend in a quiet, suburban part of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the town where the Breaking Dawn set is located (under much secrecy and heavy confidentiality agreements), Stewart, a sylph in tomboyish jeans and a lumberjack shirt, is moving around the kitchen of a friend’s house, cracking her knuckles as she talks. She gets nervous dealing with the media—TV interviews in particular, she says, make her squirm—and she is sometimes accused of being downbeat and defensive in her public appearances, not least because she rarely smiles. She nurses some bad-girl tics, smoking and littering her conversation with expletives, and maintains an insouciance in the face of her big career. “I choose things that are so overly ambitious, and if I can’t do stuff like that, I don’t want to be doing this,” she says. Scratch the surface, however, and the attitude seems more about the passion and perfectionism she feels about her work than the opposite. “A compulsion absolutely fills you,” she says of finding a good part, and admits that she sometimes has difficulty letting go.

Today she is stoked from having just returned from shooting On the Road with Walter Salles, the masterly Brazilian director of The Motorcycle Diaries and Central Station. She plays a character based on Neal Cassady’s first wife, LuAnne Henderson, opposite Garrett Hedlund and Sam Riley. It was an intense improvisatory experience that left her “crying my head off,” she says. “I didn’t want to leave.” Installing herself in Baton Rouge for the foreseeable future was “like going back to school. . . . Twilight is a different beast.” A massive production planned to the millisecond and freighted with dollar signs waiting to happen, Breaking Dawn brings several years of Stewart’s life to a climax. She feels the weight of portraying Bella Swan, “a character who is embedded in so many people’s psyches at this point. It’s starting to enter my head a lot more than it used to because it’s at the end and it’s come such a long way. I just want the fans of the book to be happy.” She laughs. “I don’t necessarily care about anyone else.”

To a large segment of the population, Stewart may have sprung fully formed onto the screen as an incarnation of their favorite heroine. (At last count, Stephenie Meyer’s books have sold some 100 million copies worldwide.) But, despite her youth, Stewart has made more than 20 films, many of them independent and nearly all of them stellar, and pulled off such pitfall-ridden roles as a teenage rape victim and a girl disabled by neurological illness. She grew up in the Valley, the daughter in a family on the more nuts-and-bolts side of the industry—her mother is a script supervisor, her father a TV producer; her brother is a grip. After being spotted as a child at a school performance, Stewart walked straight onto the A-list, taking her first proper role in 2001’s The Safety of Objects, an adaptation of an A. M. Homes story collection, alongside Glenn Close and Patricia Clarkson, and her second in Panic Room, a virtual two-hander with Jodie Foster. “At that time I just thought it was fun,” she says, grateful that she began her career before adolescent insecurities set in. “I don’t think I would ever have been able to be an actress had I not started at nine years old. I would have been the last person to stand up and say, ‘I’d like to star in the play.’ ”

Some facts about Stewart: Currently on her nightstand are Dave Cullen’s Columbine; Into the Wild author Jon Krakauer’s Under the Banner of Heaven, a study of radical Mormonism; and Anna Karenina. On her playlist, the Shins, Broken Bells, and Jenny Lewis, the L.A. musician who puts Stewart in the unusual position of being starstruck herself: “She’s the only person I’ve ever met that I can’t function around.” (Stewart also plays guitar and was thrilled to portray Joan Jett, whom she got to know, in The Runaways.) Her favorite movies are John Cassavetes’ A Woman Under the Influence, starring Gena Rowlands, and La Vie en Rose, with Marion Cotillard. She loves Jane Fonda in Klute. Her new hobby is cooking, no doubt encouraged by the fact that she lives in a somewhat isolated way: “You build a perimeter of people that are really important to you.” Friends tease her for watching the Food Network with a stern frown of concentration on her face. “I’m such a dork.” (The frown pays off. For lunch, she prepares an elaborate, and delicious, Mexican tortilla soup with numerous condiments, along with pulled-pork sandwiches.) She also likes golf, a sport that has the advantage of involving private membership and small numbers of people over large areas. So far, a regular if interesting young woman. In other ways, not regular at all. If she sees a teenage girl, Stewart will literally duck and cover. “There’s no way to eloquently put this,” she says. “I just can’t go to the mall. It bothers me that I can’t be outside very often. And also to not ever be just ‘some girl’ again. Just being some chick at some place, that’s gone.”

She can pinpoint the week she stopped being “some girl” and entered the land of 24-hour security, lockdowns, and endless speculation about her relationship with her costar-boyfriend Robert Pattinson, which she refuses to discuss. (“It’s not my job.”) She had completed the first Twilight movie, which had not yet been released, and just filmed Welcome to the Rileys in New Orleans, where, she says, “I feel so good walking down the street by myself,” before correcting herself: “At least I used to.” She went back for an extra week of work during editing, and suddenly she couldn’t walk down the street anymore. “It really erupted,” she says. “It was a weird thing to watch.”

Stewart, who is careful never to complain about the mixed blessing of the Twilight phenomenon, is smart enough to understand the nature of her particular celebrity. “Masses of girls identified with Bella in a really profound way, for want of a better word,” she says. “The connection that I’ve seen people have . . . I’ve seen it physically. It’s the characters they’re flipping for.” She also feels the power for good that comes with her influence. “It’s funny when you are endowed not only with public recognition on a fucking seriously vast level, but also money,” she says with endearing earnestness. “Like, funds.” (She was reportedly paid $25 million for the two films of Breaking Dawn, plus a percentage of the gross.) “Anytime I hear that somebody’s really rich, the first question is ‘Do you do anything with it? Or do you, like, chill? You just sit on it?’” She is thinking carefully, strategically, about how best to put her own contribution to use, and has a plan—inspired by her researches for the role of a runaway in the sex trade—to set up a network of halfway houses to help those who want to recover and get back on their feet. “That would be amazing,” she says. “Right now it’s the thing I feel most connected to.”

Stewart carries a lot on her slender shoulders for a young woman barely out of her teens. But her transition to adulthood will be a boon to moviegoers. She herself may doubt that she will eventually be able to move past the Twilight juggernaut—“At this point it seems like ‘We’ll see what the Twilight girl did. Let’s see how she’s trying to be different’ ”—but others disagree, and a generation for whom the tattle about KStew and RPattz is not so compelling and the Twilight movies perhaps a guilty pleasure rather than a fervent passion can look forward to seeing her flex her muscles in adult roles. Her nerviness and cool on-screen are interesting to watch, qualities grown women would like to see their reflection in. “She’s one of the smartest actresses I’ve ever worked with,” says Condon. “Not only does she have astonishing technical ability, she has an incredibly incisive and serious approach to character. She has just unlimited potential.”

Kristen Shoots the Cover of Vogue

Just an intro for the amazing new Kristen Stewart shoot for Vogue. Check out the outstanding pix and video below!

Kristen Stewart Behind the Scenes of Vogue Shoot

My jaw is on the floor, this is just gorgeous! I think this would be my favorite shoot of Kstew:)

Kristen Stewart - Black and White Vogue Outtakes

I couldn't leave this first one without touching the eyes with some color and light. My gosh can you see the Liz Taylor effect! it so suits Kristen, Lovely

Apotamkin is just speechless! can only quote Edward: " YOU ARE PERFECT!"

Kristen Stewart for Vogue 
via twifans 
first pic edited by Apotamkin:)

Kristen Stewart - Colored Outtakes of Vogue Shoot

Outstanding color choices for Kristen and indeed one of her best looks ever! mature, classic and so beautiful:)

Monday, January 17, 2011

Rob at the Golden Globes After Party

New Spiderman Andrew Garfield shows off the sweetheart lol!

Then the sweetheart pays homage to his vampire dad Peter Facinelli!

and back to the Red hair and the navy blue Gucci suit!

images via Robsessed

Robert & Olivia Present Foreign Film Award

and the big moment Robert Pattinson and Olivia Wild present Foreign Film Award! Lovely dress and Rob is as shy as ever :)
images via Robsessed and rpattzdaily

Red Carpet Interviews with Rob at The Golden Globes

Yes, let's call Rob sweetheart today! so sweetheart is talking just like the good old days about tons of great stuff! his clothes, shoes, hair, Water for Elephants, babies, Vampire Bella, Cosmopolis, you name it! how cool is that! I'm nostalgic too to those good old days:)

These are some cool red carpet interviews with Rob:)

Robert on the Golden Globes' Red Carpet

Robert Pattinson graces the red carpet of the Golden Globe Awards event with his adorable smirks and dreamy gazes and ELECTRIFYING RED HAIR! looking great in navy blue Rob:)

I picked my favorites view Rob from all angles @rpattzdaily

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Rob and Olivia Wild Present at the Golden Globes

Rob and Tron's Olivia Wild are to present tonight at the Golden Globe Awards Foreign Language Film, Yep! they know Rob's fans are global, the connection is clear:) so I just pasted them together to give us all something to look forward too!

New Outtakes of Rob from TV Week

15 wonderful outtakes of Rob from the breeder shoot TV Week =D I picked my favorite seven you could view the rest @bella'sdiary.
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