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‘True Jackson’ Star Robbie Amell to Taylor Lautner: ‘You Little Rat!’

Taylor Lautner‘s big-screen big bro is none too pleased that the Twilight star has buffed up big-time.

Interviewed on WZAP Internet Radio, Robbie Amell—who now plays Keke Palmer‘s love interest on True Jackson, VP—recalls meeting up with Taylor recently, four years after they starred together as two of the four Murtaugh brothers in Cheaper by The Dozen 2.

CAPTION: "You could tell he was gonna be an action star," Robbie (left) tells us of Taylor (right) in 2005. "He could do flips and kicks and punches like you would not believe."

"You could tell he was gonna be an action star," Robbie (l) tells us of Taylor (r) in 2005. "He could do flips and kicks like you would not believe."

“I saw him recently at the Teen Vogue party. And I immediately walked up, and I was like, ‘OK, who’s stronger? Who’s bigger?'” Robbie tells host Zachary Sang.

“Because he always used to make fun of me for—I was a big musclehead when I was shooting Cheaper, because I Continue reading

‘Twilight’ Star Michael Welch: Jealous of Edward and Jacob?

Sounds like one of the Twilight humans has a case of supernatural sour grapes.

Interviewed on Film Festival Radio, Michael Welch, who plays Mike Newton – Bella Swan’s human suitor – tells us he’s none too keen on the monsters who populate the smash-hit flick.

“I was afraid of vampires as a child,” he tells host Janice Malone. “Because we have no power as humans.

CAPTION: "It's gonna get a little darker as we go along, and appeal to guys a bit more," Michael (above) tells us of the "Twilight' sequels.

"It's gonna get a little darker as we go along, and appeal to guys a bit more," Michael (above) tells us of the "Twilight" sequels.

“It’s like, if you’re in the ocean and you’re confronted by a shark, you’re out of your element. If that shark wants to eat you, you’re going to be eaten. Similar with vampires.

“I’ve thought over the years – I’ve thought a lot about this – if I’d want to be a vampire. Because there’s a lot of elements of it that are so cool and sexy and dark and interesting,” he continues.

“But the thing that I’ve come across over and over again, in researching it and thinking about it, is that they’re miserable, miserable people. So I don’t think I would want to be a vampire.”

Michael also hints that, in Twilight‘s upcoming sequel, New Moon, the green-eyed monster may be partly responsible for his aversion to non-humans.

“My role as Mike Newton, a high school kid who continues to have a crush on Bella, stays the same,” he says.

“I don’t get to be involved in all this vampire-werewolf fun action,” he adds, referring to the respective roles of Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) and Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner).

The Twilight Saga: New Moon opens November 20.

To hear Michael’s full interview, click here.

To check out Janice’s site, click here.

‘Twilight’ Sequel’s Daniel Cudmore: ‘A Lot of Young Girls Are Not Going to Be Happy’

Superstar Robert Pattinson won’t be the only one infuriating female fans in New Moon, the upcoming sequel to the smash-hit flick Twilight.

His big-screen cohort, Daniel Cudmore, also stands to invite the wrath of ravenous members of the fair sex – as he tells us himself.

CAPTION: “He’s jealous of the fact that he doesn’t have an extraordinary power, like the majority of vampires around him,” Daniel (above) tells us of Felix.

“He’s jealous of the fact that he doesn’t have an extraordinary power, like the majority of vampires around him,” Daniel (above) tells us of Felix.

New to the Twilight series, Daniel plays Felix, a vampire with no special powers, while Robert returns as Edward Cullen, the 108-year-old vampire boyfriend of Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart), who’s trapped in a teenage body – and who leaves Bella in New Moon.

When Vamp Radio host Gina Jasinski asks the towering hottie, “Are you ready for when you’re walking down the street and people are coming up to you shouting, ‘Felix! Felix!’?” he replies:

“It’s gonna be scary because a lot of young girls are not going to be happy with what my character and Edward get up to.

“I might have a lot of Edward fans coming after me and trying to attack me – and I might have to start running.

“There’s nothing funnier than a 6-foot-7 guy running down the street with 14 14-year-olds chasing him!”

The Twilight Saga: New Moon opens November 20.

To hear Daniel’s full interview, click here.


‘Twilight’ Hottie: ‘I’m Looking for a Wife!’

The good news, ladies, is that you read our headline correctly:

One of the male leads from the smash-hit flick Twilight is looking to get hitched.

Justin: Knot-tying mindset.

Justin: Knot-tying mindset.

But before you pass out in a fit of ecstasty, we feel obliged to tell you that the would-be hubby isn’t star Robert Pattinson.

No, it’s Robert’s co-star, Justin Chon, who plays Eric Yorkie.

Still, he sounds like a great catch.

Having begun his career in the critically-acclaimed WB series Jack & Bobby, Justin went on to snag roles in the Disney Channel movie Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior and the Nickelodeon sitcom Just Jordan.

Even more impressive, he’ll be appearing opposite Harrison Ford next month in the feature film Crossing Over, which tells the story of illegal immigrants in Los Angeles struggling to get their green cards.

This week on Olivia Wilder Times, Justin tells our high priestess of entertainment journalism, Olivia Wilder, that he’s not only available, but open to meeting Miss Right.

“Currently, I’m single. Tell the girls on the station that I’m looking for a wife right now!” says the 27-year-old actor.

“If my perfect girl just showed up in front of me, I think I would just – yea, I think I’d marry her,” he adds.

Later on, Oliva asks, “What’s it like to have teenage girls going ga-ga over you?”

To which Justin replies: “I think it’s great – just as long as they don’t, like, do really weird stuff.”

Like if they were to come to my house and leave a box of dead rats in front of my door, I don’t know if I’d like that.”

Can’t say we blame you, Justin!

To hear Justin’s full interview, click here.