Kellan på besök hos Radio SiriusXM Studios i NY - 14 nov
Kellan ute i New York City - 14 november 2012
Kellan och Sharni Vinson ute i Los Angeles - 13 november
Behind the Scenes bilder från International Homme photoshoot
Kellan gästade Kidd Kraddick 8 november - bilder + video
Ny intervju med Kellan av Josh Hart från 102.9 Now - video + bilder
Kellan besökte E! News Studios 6 november - bilder
The Twilight Saga cast på Entertainment Tonight's Press Junket för 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2' [1 november]
Kellan, Jackson Rathbone, Elizabeth Reaser & Nikki Reed på Young Hollywood Studio [1 november 2012]
Bilder på Kellan och Nikki Reed på promotningen av 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2' i Dublin, Irland [27 oktober 2012]
Screencaps på Kellan från gästandet av TV serien '30 Rock'
Kellan i Matchbox nya Twenty Music Video - stills, artikel & video!
IT’S not who you know in Hollywood, it’s who you rock with.
LA-based Australian actress Sharni Vinson and her handsome Twilight boyfriend Kellan Lutz star in the music video for new Matchbox Twenty single Put Your Hands Up.
Acclaimed portrait photographer Randall Slavin, who has worked with anyone who’s anyone in music and film, was enlisted by Rob Thomas and his bandmates to shoot the new clip.
He happens to also be a mate of Lutz and asked the American model turned actor if he and Vinson would play love interests in the video.
Art doesn’t imitate life in the clip’s storyline with Vinson leaving her beau hanging after getting hot and heavy in a nightclub.
Kellan lämnar sitt hotell i New York City [25 oktober]
Kellan & Sharni Vinson ute i Los Angeles [23 oktober]
Kellan gästar TV Showen '30 Rock' - nya stills!
DuJour's nya intervju med Kellan [+ ett par nya outtakes]
“I’m very blessed to have my grandparents’ farm,” he says. “I just decompress and put my phone away and ride the tractor. We have pigs—big ones. I water them, and they shake mud all over me! I love it.”
It’s refreshing that Lutz still finds enjoyment in the simple life, given his fabulous movie-star lifestyle. But the actor is quick to point out that he hasn’t letfame go to his head.
“I don’t go home and act like I’m God’s gift to the world or anything. I’m still Kellan,” he says. “And I’m so appreciative of every opportunity that I’ve had.”
Now, more than ever, seems like a fitting time for Lutz to reflect on those opportunities. In November, the final installment of the Twilight franchise hits theaters, ending the film series that launched his career and garnered him a loyal following of “Twihards.”
“It really is bittersweet,” he says. “It’s very much like high school, and I’m ready to graduate.”
[Läs hela intervjun: www.dujour.com/]