Stewart, Pattinson & Lautner Get Their Hands Dirty

Posted on November 04, 2011

Let’s check in on those plucky Twilight kids and see what they’re doing now.

 

Kristen Stewart in Marios SchwabKristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner Hand and Footprint Ceremony at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. Kristen Stewart wears a Marios Schwab dress.

Marios Schwab Spring 2012 Collection

Kristen Stewart in Marios Schwab

Kristen Stewart in Marios Schwab

Kristen Stewart in Marios Schwab

Kristen Stewart in Marios Schwab

Kristen Stewart in Marios Schwab

Kristen Stewart in Marios Schwab

Kristen Stewart in Marios Schwab

Pattinson, there’s little to say about on the style front, but if we were him we’d have a clause in our contract stating that Taylor Lautner must always be at least ten feet away from us in pictures. He just looks pasty and sloppy here.  And pasty guys with brown whiskers shouldn’t go more than a day or two without shaving. There. We said it. You can’t pull off swarthy, pink boys. Leave that to the born swarthy.

And why wear a suit if you’re going to be so sloppy about it? Why wear a suit at all to an event like this?  They’re not really built for getting down on your hands and knees.

Oh, the rejected possibilities for followups to that last sentence.

Anyway, our point is, Taylor mostly got it right here. Not the most interesting outfit in the world, but it shows off the bod and it’s tastefully low-key. Plus, you can get down on your hands and knees and not have it bunch up all over or have the shirt come untucked.

Stewart went for the high/low pairing and hey, we love a good high/low. But this dress, cute as it is, isn’t really right for her coloring. Plus it’s not very daytime. We like that she wore the Vans. They’re a classic and they suit her real style (as opposed to the styles forced upon her) to a T. If we had been consulted, we would have picked a simple black sleeveless day dress. It would have looked dramatic and it would have picked up the checkerboard pattern a lot better. Her makeup looks great but is it us or is there a TON of product in her hair?

[Photo Credit: Andrew Evans/PR Photos, style.com]

    • http://profiles.google.com/sara.e.munoz Sara Munoz

      Love the Vans! Love the dress too, but it’s just not right for this occasion.

    • Sara-Ann Collins

      Stewart is smiling which makes her look tons better, but this dress was a mistake for one giant reason you guys didn’t point out. You can totally see up her skirt in half the pictures. At least she’s wearing underwear. 

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000060490093 Anita Freiler Palmer

        To quote Peach ” You can see the good china “. LOL.

      • Anonymous

        Exactly what I was thinking — who wears a skirt that short when they’re going to spend half the day kneeling in front of dozens of people with cameras? …Well, you know, outside of people in a Maxim photo shoot or porn or something.

        • Anonymous

          Yeah, that was a definite “oh, GIRL” moment.

          • Anonymous

            Haha, hey you, fancy seeing you here. x

    • http://twitter.com/Kaptain_Killjoy Nimith

      And she STILL manages to look vaguely annoyed and put upon. Cow.

      • Anonymous

        She’s always scowling. Are her handlers afraid to tell her that she always looks like a bratty, spoiled, “OMG i’m sooo over it all” little twerp? ‘Cuz I’ll happily do it for them.

      • Anonymous

        Actually she is smiling in most of the pictures above. I don’t watch the Twilight movies or anything, but I feel like KStew gets a bad rap that she may/may not deserve.

    • http://twitter.com/bredalot Bridget Smith

      Her dress is also a leetle short for kneeling on the ground! Cute, but as you said, not right for her coloring. It’s not doing her (great) legs any favors.

    • Anonymous

      Her hair is a grease fest.  Yuck.  At least her underwear looks fresh. Neither of the two gents moves me in any way although if I had to pick I’d go with Brit over beefcake.  The dress is interesting and looks cute with the shoes. 

      Why are they so jumping the gun on giving these three kids this honor?  Premature adulation.

      • http://twitter.com/bredalot Bridget Smith

        I don’t know, I think starring in one of the most popular series of movies this decade is a pretty good reason. It’s not a lifetime achievement award for excellence in acting, it’s recognition of a high level of fame and popularity, which they certainly have.

        Also note: all three of them are going in one block. It’s not really a personal award as much as it is recognition of the series itself.

        • Sobaika Mirza

          The series makes me want to vomit. I’d rather watch the early Harry Potter movies on repeat than subject myself to mindless misogynistic drivel paraded as a supernatural romance.

          Sorry. Can you tell I hate the series?

          • http://twitter.com/bredalot Bridget Smith

            Oh, I don’t LIKE it. I haven’t seen any of the movies because I found the first book so painfully dull (and straight-up painful). But you can’t deny it’s immensely popular and influential. (Trust me, I work in YA publishing!)

            • Sobaika Mirza

              A sad and bizarre set of circumstances led me to reading the books when they first came out. I regret it still.

            • Anonymous

              Me too. Me too *sigh*

            • Anonymous

              The vampire-romance takeover of the YA section in most brick-and-mortar bookstores is really depressing to me. I remember when it was all dragons, all the time. Sigh. Thank god for the Kindle store.

            • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=2254843 Kara Lang Guminski

              I’m really enjoying the dystopian YA lit– “Hunger Games” especially.  “Divergent” by Varonica Roth was the first book since the Hunger Games that I couldn’t put down. Along the dystopian line as well: “Matched” and “Crossed” by Ally Condie are fun.  On a fantasy-ish note, the books by Kristin Cashore (“Graceling” and “Fire”) are great, too. If you’re into the supernatural, “Angel Burn” by LA Weatherly is also a good read. 

            • Anonymous

              I’ve been rereading Hunger Games in the last few days, actually. Even with how much I already loved the series, I forgot how completely gripping it is. Those recs sound interesting, I’ll definitely check them out! You might enjoy “The Forest of Hands and Teeth” by Carrie Ryan, if you’re into dark, dystopian worldbuilding. (It’s zombies, but from quite a different angle than I’ve ever seen.)

            • http://www.facebook.com/people/Sarah-Adams/1143985903 Sarah Adams

              I know her! Sorry for the name drop, but it’s awesome to hear someone else mention an author I like both as a writer and a person. She’s awesome – I’ve seen her speak at writer’s panels several times and we’ve chatted briefly afterward – and her books are really good stuff. I’m not into the whole zombie thing, but her books turned out to be a great exception. You’ll love them.  

            • http://twitter.com/tehnakki nakki

              Kristin Cashore is FANTASTIC!  Definitely my favourite YA author of the moment.  And it’s so refreshing that she writes true fantasy novels instead of the popular modern day/AU/paranormal drivel.

            • http://twitter.com/bredalot Bridget Smith

              There’s some really good urban fantasy/paranormal stuff, too! Sarah Rees Brennan wrote my favorite series in the genre, a seriously creative and heartbreaking and FUNNY twist on the tropes, but there are other good ones. However, I do wish there were more straight-up fantasy in YA right now! Give me more Robin McKinleys, please.

            • Anonymous

              The Blue Sword was the  first Robin McKinley book I read and it was amazing. I have lost count of how many times I have read Sunshine. She is amazing.

            • http://twitter.com/bredalot Bridget Smith

              It’s gotten so bad that people sending submissions that aren’t related to fantasy will go out of their way to tell me their book contains no vampires, because obviously everyone is sick of vampires, so we all have to talk about how much we hate vampires now, right? (No. If your book contains no vampires – which is totally fine! I don’t like vampires! – then just DON’T MENTION VAMPIRES and I’ll figure it out myself.)

          • BerlinerNYC

            It’s also very specific in its demographic appeal, like those whistles that only dogs can hear. I don’t know a single queer person who has seen one of the movies, nor does anyone reference it. It’s a huge blockbuster franchise based entirely on the girls who watch the movies repeatedly and presumably drag their boyfriends to sometimes. I read Entertainment Weekly and generally consume an alarming amount of entertainment media, which is the only reason I have the vaguest clue what this is all about.

        • Anonymous

          You’re quite right actually and I regretted my venom within a half-hour.  Still crabby about last night’s whoring out of Tim Gunn.  I’ve seen two of the movies and they’re good for rainy afternoons or hangover days and they are, as you point out, a pop phenom and the three are a packaged deal. 

        • http://profiles.google.com/misslauraschultz Laura Schultz

          It’s actually recognition of having a really good publicist and a hefty amount of money. 

          • http://www.GiftedCollector.com Nancy Abrams

            They have more cement blocks with handprints than they have space in the Grauman’s courtyard, so they actually rotate some of them. I can see this one in the storeroom for a long time once this franchise dies out.

      • Helen C

        Well if someone like Jennifer Aniston who never made a movie that is either highly popular and money making, nor critically acclaimed can get her prints done, why can’t they?  At least they are making big box offices and not relying on some ages-old divorce to be relevant. 

        • Anonymous

          Dumping on Jennifer Aniston is easy and all too common.  I’m not a devoted Aniston-ista but I certainly don’t see her as a failed actress nor do I view her as someone relying on a really still fairly recent divorce for relevance. In my book, anyone alive and kicking remains relevant and ought to feel that way about themselves. That being said, I regretted having questioned the threesome’s being honored in this way.  Mainly because it doesn’t much matter to me and they are indeed a phenom along with their by the numbers movies. So kudos to them.  I’m of that generation that remembers this honor being bestowed on entertainers after a lifetime of work.  Things are different now and I would be smart to read the memo.  Anyway, cheers.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QCJEZMOV4VYMXC5WJALLZNYEB4 Mari Rose

      She also needed to wear a longer or fuller skirt for an event like this because the photographers almost got a little too up close and personal.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QRE7WY4NNCLIFWCTYEXDHZRNRE Jennifer

      I like her dress — if it were only a couple inches longer. Because I don’t know if I am seeing London and France when she is kneeling down, but I feel I am am. Robert Pattison looks skeevy, and Lautner looks cool, calm and orange.

    • Sara__B

      Ms. Stewart wore the vans for stepping into the concrete. She wore sky-high black pumps the rest of the time. (Now can someone explain why girls like Robert Pattinson? I can understand Taylor Lautner’s appeal (duh), but RP seems about as appealing as a 40-something salesman on a bender.)

      • Sobaika Mirza

        Did you see him around the time he was in Goblet of Fire? When he’s cleaned up, he has a sort of non-threatening pastier version of Orlando Bloom type of appeal. Not my thing, but I get why preteens like him.

        • Nora Mulllin

          Exactly. I thought he was super cute jailbait as Cedric. Then I saw him 6 months later and he was ruined for me.

      • Anonymous

        It’s that look of a man who will introduce you to all his junkie friends and call them “fun dudes”. Just put him in a leather jacket, et voila!

      • http://twitter.com/NC_Meg Megan

        He always looks stoned to me. No thanks. (Although he DOES look much better than usual here.)

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_EDI2DLE7DE3YPW2ONIHBWOVHMA ecallaw

        I don’t get the appeal of either of them. 

      • Anonymous

         I don’t really find him physically attractive, the planes of his face are off putting, but I generally like the pasty on a bender type. What makes me actually like Pattinson is that he is an epic troll and not afraid to be a utter ass in interviews. I dunno, he makes me laugh a lot.

      • Anonymous

        No, I cannot explain it, I’m right there with you on RP.

    • Anonymous

      Why is R.Pat trying to look like Colin Firth?

    • Anonymous

      You didn’t mention the fact that we can see her underwear when she’s doing the handprints.  So the dress is a bad choice.  

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=20301390 Kate Trautschold

      WHY would you take the hem up so much higher than the runway version, to get down on your knees in front of the world?

      • Anonymous

        I dunno. I think it looks far less appealing in the shorter length. Maybe it’s just me but it doesn’t look that great on her. She looks pasty, thin and a little bit annoyed.

        • http://profiles.google.com/marteani Barbara Guttman

          Here here.  The proportions are of when it’s shortened. Nude, sleeves and short?  It makes her look even pastier than usual and more than a little cheap.

          • http://profiles.google.com/shannonlstewart Shannon Stewart

            I don’t understand the “pasty” thing.  Not all of us tan.  And not all of us look good with a tan.  Besides it always seemed weird to me: white people getting tans to get darker, while selling Asian women skin bleaching cream…

            I assume there’s a difference to some eyes between Kristen Stewart being “pasty” and Anne Hathaway just being naturally pale.  Can someone explain it to me?  (This is a totally serious request, I truly don’t see it, and I really want to know)

            • Nora Mulllin

              The difference is that generally Anne Hathaway knows her colors and make-up (or someone on her staff does) and Kristin Stewart does not. Anne ends up looking fair and Kristin ends up looking hungover.

            • Sara__B

              Pasty can mean “pale AND unhealthy”, and the very pale Kristen often looks unhealthy, and unhappy, unwashed, un-exercised, and un-slept, too. 

            • Anonymous

              The difference is that if a person is very pale and they wear clothing that is unflattering then they tend to look rather ill. What people mean by pasty isn’t pale but ill. The yellow in the “nude” color of her dress makes her look sickly.

              Anne Hathaway is just as pale as she is, but she’s better with choosing colors that flatter her skin tone and she is better at choosing makeup with sufficiently saturated colors to enliven her face. For example you will never catch Anne in this shade of beige, it will always be a color that doesn’t match her skin tone and it will always be more pink than yellow, if it’s beige at all. And if she’s wearing a color that isn’t saturated, like beige, grey, or black she always wears a strong lipcolor. And she is rarely in weak lipcolors at all for that matter. Anne also sticks to rich haircolors with a lot of warmth. If she went as dark and cool with her haircolor as Kristen then the contrast would exaggerate her pallor and contribute to her looking sick, as Ms. Stewart does much of the time.

              The varying degrees of misery on her face in most pictures doesn’t help either. If she had the same giant smile that Anne has in her pictures then the poor color choices wouldn’t stand out as much.

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=2254843 Kara Lang Guminski

          She ALWAYS looks pasty, thin, and a little bit annoyed. 

    • Anonymous

      Wow. That guy helping her put her foot in the cement must have gotten a real eyeful. He’ll be dining out on that story for a looooong time to come. 

      The fact that these 3 are getting the Grauman’s treatment is yet another indication that the Mayans may be right.

      • Anonymous

        “Hey guys, did I tell you about the time I saw Kristen Stewarts va-jay-jay?”  “YES!  MANY, MANY TIMES! Go see a new one please!”

      • Anonymous

        agree — since when are these people “stars?”. I think I’ll nominate my grandma. 

    • Anonymous

      She actually wore heels the rest of the time but the Vans for the footprints. Her hair has extensions from her current film and they’ve been messing around with it constantly so I don’t think there was much she could do about it.  She looked adorable and really happy.  Nice to see.

    • http://www.facebook.com/charlotte.horseman Charlotte Horseman

      I can’t stand when she shows much skin – she is an unnerving shade of pale that freaks me out.  Pattinson always looks like a drunk.  So thank goodness for the healthy glow of Taylor!! 

    • nicole seligman

      kritsten looks awful. that dress is too pale/too short and her hair looks really dirty. rpattz needs a shave and a belt. taylor looks fine because, let’s be honest, no one is looking at his clothes.

    • Anonymous

      “They’re not really built for getting down on your hands and knees.

      Oh, the rejected possibilities for followups to that last sentence.”

      I love you guys!!!

    • http://twitter.com/RzYoung RzYoung

      Why on god’s green earth would someone cut off the dress length though?! Especially if she’s going to be kneeling and bending and doing odd things like that? And it really does look like it was cut off in the car on the way tehre. it’s not like Twilight needs the publicity of the ‘up-the-skirt’ shot >:o[  this makes me cross. 

    • Anonymous

      Are you fucking kidding me?

    • Sobaika Mirza

      WHY IS THAT DRESS SO DAMN SHORT??

      At least she has learned to smile in public. I can’t wait for these Twilight people to exit pop culture forever.

      • Anonymous

        I think she is probably smiling for real because she is pretty done with it too? Seriously, I’d be dying to move on.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1326120071 Gaby Ripoll

        Some stupid stylist decided to hack off the hem. Look at the original. It’s totally different. What a terrible idea, because it ruins the lines in the skirt. 

    • Joshua

      Skirt length, anyone?

      Fine, fine, if you’re not actually expected to get down and dirty, but at that angle she just looked down and dirty.

    • Anonymous

      I really like that dress, but it is very short. Too short for the occasion, with guys working around your knees and all… I’m too fuzzy headed to be arsed about much else though. The boys look like they usually do.

    • Anonymous

      I know he’s playing a vampire, but does he want to look like one every day?  Robert ought to wear colors other than white and grey.

    • Anonymous

      Her hair is filthy.  Love the vans, but they do not go with this dress.  The dress, while cute, is not for her or for this.

      Pattinson looks like a homeless man who was given a suit by the mission for a job interview.

      Taylor is cute and appropriate.

    • Anonymous

      First photo: “Oh hell!  Why am I wearing such a @#%# short dress?”

    • Anonymous

      I’m sorry, I can’t think of what they’re wearing, all I can think is “Wait a minute…THEY GET A BLOCK IN FRONT OF GRAUMAN’S?!?!? That’s it, I’m done with this planet.”

    • Anonymous

      I still don’t understand the point of the footprints if they’re going to wear retail shoes that anyone could buy. Unless they’ve really worn the SHIT out of that pair of shoes (and thus worn away at the sole in ways that only they can as an individual), it’s just a shoe print. A hand print is unique, but a shoe print is tres not. 

    • http://profiles.google.com/misslauraschultz Laura Schultz

      Wow, SO hate that dress. Super-unflattering on her, like most of the things she wears. We’re in for a parade of other examples of this hot mess in the next few weeks, I fear.  

      I feel very dirty pondering the hotness of the very. VERY  young. Taylor Lautner. So I think I’ll just go back and look at that picture of Daniel Craig. 

    • MilaXX

      Stewart had black Louboutons, but she changed for the cement stepping. (can say I blame her) Cute dress, but she’s too pale and it’s not the best outfit to kneel in. On the other hand, at least she wore underwear. Lautner looks fine, Pattison continues to look smelly & sloppy but at least he put forth some effort.

    • http://profiles.google.com/misslauraschultz Laura Schultz

      Here, on the other hand ZOMG a dress and color that flatters her!!

      http://www.peoplestylewatch.com/people/stylewatch/gallery/0,,20541318,00.html

    • Anonymous

      They look like they are dressed for 3 different events.  Taylor is the only one that is appropriate.  Robert, with a suit but no tie and unshaven – I don’t know what this is the appropriate look for.  And Kristen should have a longer dress.  Isn’t this type of event something their stylists should have a better idea of how to dress for?

    • Anonymous

      That dress is not right for anytime, except maybe a cocktail waitress at the Karl Lagerfeld Bondage Rooms at Studio 54.

    • Anonymous

      I’ve never seen Twilight and I don’t have any feelings about Kristen Stewart (although I do think these 3 doing the Graumann’s thing is a travesty), but this is pretty funny:

      http://funstoo.blogspot.com/2011/03/moods-of-emma-watson-vs-moods-of.html

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Catherine-Rhodes/602850414 Catherine Rhodes

        That’s really funny, though must admit that I loved Kristin in the “Runaways.” She was terrific as Joan Jett.

    • http://twitter.com/Kerry_McC Kerry McCombs

      What’s happened to Kristen?? SHE’S SMILING IN EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THESE PHOTOS. Has she been replaced by a robot? I think she looks adorable. Probably because of the smile.

    • Anonymous

      Dear Kristin, If you know you’ll be kneeling down with cameras at Hail to the V level, perhaps rethink the micro-mini. Love, Crash.

    • Anonymous

      At least they look like they all like each other.

    • Anonymous

      That is a great dress, in a terrible color for her. Though I have to say I was distracted by how comfortable and happy they all look in these photos. We never see this bunch looking comfortable and happy. Love the Vans, her hair looks super greasy, Pattinson looks clean (for him), and Lautner almost looks like a man.

    • http://profiles.google.com/gillianholroyd gillian holroyd

      Thinking that she will regret those blobby Vans footprints in a couple decades.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QFW22QV426LUOEPGASPZJWJMDE MishaFoomin

      Does Taylor have someone dressing him? He looks so put-together most of the time… Clothes-wise! No gutter thinking here.

    • Anonymous

      RPatz should have taken his jacket off and covered up his girlfriend’s good china. Don’t these girls ever think about these things before leaving the house? I’m sure her bum was nearly on full display too. Anyway, the boys look fine, she looks greasy and undead. I do like the smile though.

    • Anonymous

      I don’t think Pattinson The Unwashed cares about Llamaface being too close to him. He is busy literally cementing himself as the sparkly loser vampire for infamy.

      There is product in Kristen Stewart’s hair, and that product is called oil. It’s the oil that comes when you’re (allegedly? not allegedly?) dating Pattinson The Unwashed and have his hygiene rub off on you, among other things.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1326120071 Gaby Ripoll

      Why did they hack off half the hem? That dress is painfully short. 

    • Anonymous

      Uck. So done with these three. Kristen, go home and put some clothes on.

    • http://twitter.com/NC_Meg Megan

      Kristen, from one pasty white girl to another, stay away from that color. And wash your freaking hair.

    • Anne Slovin

      There is a TON of product in her hair.  Either that or it hasn’t been washed in a while.  

      Also, is Twilight really such a phenomenon that they get stars at Graumann’s?

    • oohsparkley!

      I’m one who personally dislikes Vans and Converse with dresses & skirts.  But she’s young and they don’t care what well seasoned women think anyway.  I bet she’s wishing she’d worn a longer dress or jeans.  Taylor – yum!  Pattinson really should have shaved.  He probably would look more attractive with a little tan, but that isn’t good for your skin.  I really like all 3 kids.

    • Anonymous

      Oh, that dress is just awful on her!  The coloring is terribly bland, the altered hem is way too short and the end result is bad figure skater costume.  And that is a lot of her good china she is showing when kneeling down.  Both of these boys are too young for me to comfortable objectify or oogle but Taylor would win, hands down.  Robert, get a decent hair cut, shave and learn to dress for your build and coloring.

    • Anonymous

      I believe the product in her hair is called “dirt”.  It’s the reason they make a product called “shampoo”.

    • Anonymous

      Wait…the Twilight kids got a footprint? The Twilight kids got a footprint???!

      *Shakes head, walks off in a curmudgeonly fashion.*

    • Anonymous

      I really like the color of her hair here – is it my imagination or has always been lighter? I love the combination of dark hair and blue eyes – it really suits her.

    • http://profiles.google.com/shannonlstewart Shannon Stewart

      I love her dress — and it seems more like something she would choose than most of her dresses. 

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=2254843 Kara Lang Guminski

      No, her hair’s just dirty.  She’s taking a line out of the Pattinson book.

    • Anonymous

      Not to be a know-it-all but Kristen only wore the Vans for the cement print, she was wearing a fierce pair of heels when she was interviewed ect.

    • Anonymous

      That dress is just laughably inappropriate. If I’m her friend, I’ll bring it up every time we have an argument or for no reason whatsoever, like ‘What the hell do you know? You wore a short dress so that you can kneel down and show off your panties, you kneel-down-panties-girl you!!! Why are you scowling so much, you kneel-down-panties-girl? What? You are filthy rich? Whatever, kneel-down-panties-girl.’

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Catherine-Rhodes/602850414 Catherine Rhodes

      Note to starlets bending over to plant hands in cement at the Chinese Theater: When you wear a mini, we can see up your skirt.

    • Anonymous

      I just can’t stand that I can see her underwear.  They’re all out.

    • Jessica O’Connell

      Agreed on all points, but I can’t believe you didn’t talk about the up-skirt shot. This was not the right dress to wear to something where you’d have to step onto an elevated platform and also get down on your knees. Didn’t need to see her underwear at all.

      Ugh…does this mean a start of a ton of Twilight featuring posts…because I don’t know if I can stomach that.

    • Anonymous

      Thumbs up for Lautner, thumbs down for Pattinson.

      She either has a ton of product like you said, or her hair hasn’t seen the shower in a few days. It’s all clumpy at the roots. Ew.
      I do, however, like the dark color of her hair, but that’s my favorite combo: dark hair/fair skin/light eyes. It’s really a striking combination.
      I don’t mind the vans, but I’m having trouble understanding why she wore such a short dress to something like this. Kristen, I never took you for one of those girls who just love to give the world a peek. Leave that to people like Paris, please.  

    • Anonymous

      Agree with everything.  Kristen’s dress also isn’t friendly for bending down and being photographed on your knees. 

      Kudos to Taylor, for once again looking appropriate, and two thumbs up for once again looking like he’s happy to be there. 

      • http://www.wordydoodles.com WordyDoodles

        Yeah, that’s the one redeeming thing about this— I think they’re all sincerely grateful for the chance to be in the business, especially Lautner the few times I’ve paid attention to what’s going with popculture and Twilight (I keep typing Twitlight!).

        But I still don’t think there’s enough actual talent to immortalize in a sidewalk here.

    • Anonymous

      They all look crummy and what’s with the footprints? They’ve been so-called “Stars” for about 5 minutes. 

    • Anonymous

      Oh, dear – I wonder how many people are photoshopping that money-shot of Kristin right now…

    • Anonymous

      Actually, I think Pattinson looks better of the two in this set.  He looks cleaner than usual also.  Lautner is just too pretty. 

    • Anonymous

      Pattinson always looks like he’s doing a walk of shame back from the pub at 5am smelling of stale beer and cigarettes. He is true to form, here.

      Stewart’s dress is lovely, but I agree the color isn’t right for her (at least not in bright sun) and it’s too dressy for this event. I don’t think it goes with the Vans at all, but I completely understand her choice of footwear for sticking into cement.

      Lautner did it right. The boy’s good a good sense of what looks good on him, and he sticks to that “nice, normal guy” middle-of-the-road fashion zone.

    • Anonymous

      Taylor Launter? Really. Man. I kind of can’t wait till we’re all wondering whatever happened to him. Not to mention Pattinson.

      Apparently I’m cranky today.

    • Anonymous

      *snerk*  The hem is WAY too short for what she’s doing in it.  I think she looks good, though.  

    • Anonymous

      This makes me want to vomit.  Dennis Hopper was nearly DEAD when he got one.  And here are these schmucks.  Blech.

    • Anonymous

      Did you sweet daddies not have enough coffee this morning?  No mention of the Robster’s lack of a belt with a suit?!?  Not to mention the limp shirt collar?

    • Anonymous

      I thought her hair was wet.

    • http://www.wordydoodles.com WordyDoodles

      Everything about this makes me sad. Sad about Stewart’s dress/shoes pairing, mostly. But also sad that these three are getting this incredible honor for some pretty crappy acting. They all seem like great people off-screen, actually, but hooooo boy. I couldn’t quit giggling during the first Twilight movie, and that was *before* I saw the Rifftrax version (which is truly hilarious: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2T6oMfI9Ro)

      • http://profiles.google.com/trashilove { edi } ilovetrash

        i watched enough of that to understand how truly bad this stuff is.
        i like to be nice to people, & forgiving, especially when theyre super young & dont seem odious but– boy, that is bad.

      • Anonymous

        It’s not really an honor. It’s just something that your producers buy for you, literally. Anyone can buy one.

        • http://www.wordydoodles.com WordyDoodles

          Interesting. I didn’t know that. Sigh.

        • http://twitter.com/katielmck Katie McKinney

          I laughed till the scene w/ the van and had to stop watching, it was sooo bad!

    • http://twitter.com/KathleenGillies Kathleen Gillies

      That looks like last night’s dress and she washed her face and put on a little make up in a restroom.

    • Anonymous

      She has a great face and hair – but why does she wear stuff that washes her out? Pattinson is like an even less interesting version of Jennifer Anniston. He’s just so…bland, style-wise.

    • http://twitter.com/capt_shiny Mags

      She looks the same as she always does; like she hasn’t showered in weeks.

    • Anonymous

      The skin-tone lining makes it look like KStew is naked but for a fishnet.  And then there’s the upskirt shot.  I definitely could have lived without seeing her panties, but at least it’s not her Breaking Dawn.

    • Anonymous

      If I were Stewart, I woulda worn pants. Hello, black undies. And I think her hair is damp. 

    • http://profiles.google.com/trashilove { edi } ilovetrash

      they all look okay. i wish her dress were two inches longer so we wouldnt even have upskirt shots to discuss. otoh, what i really think is gonna happen is that we, as a society, will become so used to upskirt shots that we just wont discuss them any more. i liked it better when we just pretended they didnt exist. thats the kind of thing that it is better to leave in the background, as it were, as it is.

      & it just looks like she washed her hair herself & stuck too much gunk on it, then tried to comb it out &, when it wouldnt comb out precisely, just pretended it did.

      it may be just me but i think a lot of women prefer the rpatt type to the taylor type. then again, theres so much junior activity on the rpatt front that it probably isnt just me. i think it’s cos he just looks friendlier. &, of course, for some reason it’s easier to pin yr hopes & dreams & projections about someones personality that probably arent true onto him. dont ask me, i dont know, other than once upon a time i was also a twelve year old girl who knew no better.

      why the h-e-double-toothpicks are these three important enough for what once was grauman’s anyway? didnt that used to be reserved for people who were known for, um, more than one thing?

      ps. disqus is really acting weird these days.

    • Anonymous

      Lautner’s the only one who got it right, well, except you guys who pointed out pink boys can never pull off swarthy. Righto. She usually misses the mark and this is no exception. The dress is too short and I wonder what it will take to get all that crap out of her hair? 

    • Anonymous

      Not going to comment on either Lautner or Pattison, since neither of them do anything for me, at least not since Pattison’s character died at the end of the only movie I ever liked him in.

      Her, however… the dress was too short, didn’t go with the Vans at all, and the hair either has waaaaaaay too much product, or she didn’t wash it this morning, and the hairstylist was out of dry shampoo.

    • Anonymous

      “They’re not really built for getting down on your hands and knees.
      Oh, the rejected possibilities for followups to that last sentence.”
       
      TLo, after 8 hours of retail sales (“Hi!!! Welcome to Restoration Hardware!!!), those sentences(and the half bottle of prosecco I’ve downed) were exactly what I needed. Thank you so much. 
       
      Love,
      A very Bitter Kitten(whose feet hurt)
       

    • Anonymous

      http://cdn.buzznet.com/media/jj1/2011/11/rob-kristen/kristen-stewart-robert-pattinson-hand-footprint-ceremony-23.jpg

      She wore these killer shoes and then changed into Vans to have her footprints “immortalized” ?

    • Anonymous

      First and foremost, why is the trash that is the Twilight franchise even being immortalized in the first place?  I feel sick.

      On to the style… It doesn’t even look like an excess of product in her hair, it just looks like she hasn’t washed it for a week.  And she looks washed out in that dress; speaking of which, forget giving Pattinson grief for his clothing choices here, what was she thinking wearing a mini-skirt to an event where photographers are going to be taking crotch shots right up it?

    • http://twitter.com/hpenfield Hannah Penfield

      I feel like this outfit is so much more “her” than a lot of the other stuff she wears. Good for her for standing up to her stylist. But I guess s/he retaliated by telling the hairstylist to dump oil in her hair.

    • Anonymous

      LOVE the Vans for the messy part! Lautner is orange.

    • Anonymous

      Please make them go away. Throw some garlic on them or something. Please?

    • Anne Lucchesi

      Yeah, wrong dress, right makeup, right shoes. And waaaay too much product. I really like that she wore the Vans, they seem closer to her personality (as we get to “see” it). The dress is great for going out at night but the daytime nude look plus the length just makes me jump on the Fire Your Stylist bandwagon. The hair is tragic. She’s got lovely healthy hair and she has to do that to it? Whyyy?

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1133424434 Maria McGarry

      Actually, I think she looks fantastic.  Dress is adorable, sexy and for daytime translates as oh so slightly Goth, which given that’s it’s Twilight, is perfect.  She also looks genuinely happy and radiant.  Good for you KStew.  I think you are a talented thing.

    • Anonymous

      Why, if you know you’re going to get down on your hands and knees, would you lop something like a foot of fabric off your skirt? It almost looks like we can see her undergarments. Not classy, missy.

    • http://www.facebook.com/suzie.vazquez Suzie Vazquez

      She knows she’s going to be bending down sticking hands in concrete.. but she’s chosen/made to wear a skirt THAT short? 

    • http://asskickingadviser.com/ Ass Kicking Adviser

      That is the stupidest, ugliest dress I ever saw and I can’t believe she is wearing it to an event where she has to get down on her hands and knees. Lord have mercy I’m actually offended!

      • Lisa

        Not only that, but I disagree with TLo on this one – I absolutely hate that she wore it with Vans.  They’re just so fucking ugly, they ruin her whole look.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_3AJ237ND3GAHDQJZ4TLCO4WLRA Emily

      Love the vans.  Agree about the hair. 

    • http://www.facebook.com/raweiser Rachel Weiser

      Well I think this pretty clearly signals the end of cement hand/footprints commemorating talented stars…