Kristen Stewart & Taylor Lautner Support 'New Moon' Director
Kristen Stewart & Taylor Lautner's Red Carpet Style: bit.ly Facebook.com - Become a Fan! Twitter.com - Follow Us! Hello Twi-hards, I'm Joslyn Davis coming to you from the ClevverTV headquarters in the heart of Hollywood. The LA Film Fest is in full swing and last night marked the debut of the Twilight Saga New Moon's director, Chris Weitz's newest movie project, "A Better Life," and two of his actors from the famous franchise came out to show their support. Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart stepped it up on the red carpet for the film and even posed for several photos together. It was fun to see them make an appearance for a project that neither of them is a part of. Taylor looked great and sported a fresh look in black pants and a black vest with a navy blue button up. Then he finished off the outfit, adding a touch of sophistication with a navy pocket square. Kristen kept it uber casual in rolled up jeans, a black v-neck T and pair of hot peep toe heels -- always a great way to add a little sexiness to an outfit by the way. Taylor and Kristen looked like they were really enjoying themselves at the film festival and Chris Weitz clearly appreciated their attendance, telling the press association that Kristen and Taylor know that if they come out to a premiere, they'll be "screamed at and torn at and for them to do that for [him], to run the gauntlet," is really touching to him. If you want to take a look at the photos and see Chris Weitz talking about Taylor and Kristen <b>...</b>
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