Trois Couleurs Magazine make a issue of On the road


From Albert C Hinkle’s Facebook, January 24, 2012:
I have been contacted by Trois Couleurs, a French cultural magazine distributed by MK2, which is producing the On the Road movie. They will be publishing a 196-page special issue devoted to OTR, Jack and his friends in March, and they will be interviewing me for an article which will be included. I’ll tell you – the cool and crazy things and people I keep finding on my journey! I am one lucky man, and I appreciate it every day.
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@Trois_Couleurs -2 ° C in Paris but it feels warm. Hedlund, Dunst, Mortensen, Riley, Sturridge, and finally Stewart: just finished interview to „On the Road“ cast.There will also be an English version of our special #OnTheRoad issue. Thank you for the interest !
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Fan pic of Kristen from Paris and OTR news


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Noemie/OnTheRoad-themovieFR Fan encounter. Summarized in English  by @eurofabulous Thanks bb.
The fan, Noemie and her friends heard about Kristen being in Paris so they took the train a few hours later to meet over there and try to see her. She was alone at first and stopped in front a hotel where a few fans were. She asked them about it and they sent her to a different hotel but then her bff told her that Kristen  was seen at the exact hotel she was with those girls. (ashamed of these fans tbh)
As she got back to the hotel, she saw a van arrived. Kristen got out  and hugged a few fans. She looked tired but had a big smile on her face for her fans. Then that fan saw the On The Road, producer enter the hotel. she waited until he was alone and asked him a few questions about promo and he told her that the movie is done, there was never any technical problems with it, they just wanted to wait for a big occasion to attract as many people as possible (I’m guessing Cannes).
The next day, at night, she’s back in front of her hotel with the other fans. a van stops, her French bodyguard tells them she’s gonna meet them but that the papz should stay behind the fans. She gets out, signed a few autographs, it’s the chaos, everyone is taking pics. That girl got to take a pic of her friend with Kristen, then she fangirls about  Kristen was looking at her lens lol. she takes another pic but then the fans are surrounding her so they made her go inside. Then fans start to speculate over whether or not she’s gonna go out at night but then HBG comes down and told them ‘Kristen asked that they don’t freeze for her and should go home.’
The next day at 6:30am, she got out with her team but by the back door to avoid the papz.
You can read the detailed fan encounter in French at  OnTheRoad-themovieFR Noemie’s fan video and fan pics were posted here and here
Translation about ‘On The Road’ @vonch# OTR“No technical problems w/ the film either,The film is well and truly over.They plan to make it big,to attract wide audience as possible.“- acc. to @charlegillibert.
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Tom Sturridge on Kristen: „…extraordinary actress, just really, really extraordinary and it’s astonishing just to see her do her job.“


Tom Sturridge recently talked about his forthcoming movie On The Road and now he has praised his On The Road co star, who is none other than his best friend Robert Pattinson’s girlfriend Kristen Stewart. Tom also admitted that it was a joy to work with a familiar face.

Sturridge explained, “It was so terrifying entering into that world and what was great was just having someone that I knew and actually working with her. She’s just a f**king extraordinary actress, just really, really extraordinary and it’s astonishing just to see her do her job.

He then added, “It was genuinely, one of the deepest working experiences I’ve ever had. It was extraordinary.” Tom Sturridge can be seen on the big screen alongside Kristen Stewart, as well as Garrett Hedlund, when On The Road is released next year.

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Kim Bubbs talks about filming ‘On the Road’


How did you get involved with ‘On the Road’? That sounds like a cool project.

Yes! It’s a really cool project, and it’s a total departure from ‘The Thing.’ It’s based on Jack Kerouac’s famous book, and shot in seven locations throughout the world. In that film I play Sal Paradise’s – played by Sam Riley – real, true gal. At the end of his adventures he decides to change his life and settle down with Laura, who is my character. Great cast. The director is Walter Salles, who directed ‘The Motorcycle Diaries.’ I think it’s going to be a really exciting project coming out next year.

There are a lot of big names in the movie, like Kristen Stewart and Garrett Hedlund. What was the dynamic like on set?

Most of my scenes were with Garrett Hedlund and Sam Riley, who are fantastic. They’re amazing. This is a film that really toured around, just like the book. The funny part is that shooting ‘The Thing,’ we were wearing snowpants in May, June, and we were boiling. Then shooting ‘On the Road’ it was December and I was in a strapless ball gown. It was quite funny.

Read the rest of her interview here| Via kstewangel

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Kim Bubbs divulges spoiler-free secrets from ‘On the Road’


Kim Bubbs Divulges Spoiler-Free Secrets From ‘On the Road’Kim Bubbs Divulges Spoiler-Free Secrets From ‘On the Road’How did you get involved with ‘On the Road’? That sounds like a cool project.
Yes! It’s a really cool project, and it’s a total departure from ‘The Thing.’ It’s based on Jack Kerouac’s famous book, and shot in seven locations throughout the world. In that film I play Sal Paradise’s — played by Sam Riley — real, true gal. At the end of his adventures he decides to change his life and settle down with Laura, who is my character. Great cast. The director is Walter Salles, who directed ‘The Motorcycle Diaries.’ I think it’s going to be a really exciting project coming out next year.

There are a lot of big names in the movie, like Kristen Stewart and Garrett Hedlund. What was the dynamic like on set? 
Most of my scenes were with Garrett Hedlund and Sam Riley, who are fantastic. They’re amazing. This is a film that really toured around, just like the book. The funny part is that shooting ‘The Thing,’ we were wearing snowpants in May, June, and we were boiling. Then shooting ‘On the Road’ it was December and I was in a strapless ball gown. It was quite funny.
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