LOOK AT ALL THE EMOTIONS
I literally didnt recognize her
see i think the problem in twilight is not that kristen stewart is a bad actor
bella swan is just an awful character
^^ HERE HERE.
My friend and I have a conspiracy theory, which is that KS read the books, realised Bella has no emotions and is an utterly flat, unobtervant and dull character…and acted her perfectly canonically.
Also, yes, she looks so different here. It’s amazing.
I think that’s actually a fact. well, that and a good, healthy dose of ‘no one hates twilight as much as the cast’
In the books Bella doesn’t show emotion on her face, which is why Edward can’t even guess at what she’s thinking/feeling. Kristen played the role perfectly as Bella was described.
“Millions of Twilight fans out there just cannot wait to see this. It’s almost heartbreaking because they don’t want it to be over. It’s a little bittersweet, isn’t it?” (x)(Answer: “Umm. FOR THEM!”)
When is his long international nightmare contractually over? Monday after the box office numbers come in? Is there a Sparkle Protection Program he can go into? RUN, TAKE ONLY THE VODKA, KEEP RUNNING AND DON’T LOOK BACK
Okay so since, like, February I haven’t drawn anything that’s just… purely self-indulgent. So to celebrate Volume 2 being OUT THE DOOR I decided to draw something purely self-indulgent. And what fits the bill more than a self-insert strip that’s also an 80’s music gag?
And this is why EK is the best. <3
[Image description: four gifs of Robert Pattinson talking at a Breaking Dawn junket interview, I guess:
1) “Watching Taylor imprint on a baby.”
2) “And also just seeing Taylor with a little girl.”
3) “I can’t wait to promote the next one.”
4) “I have so many jokes I can make at his expense. It’s gonna be great fun.”]
@Ceilidhann: Robert Pattinson, King of the Trolls! rpattztalks.tumblr.com
@cleolinda: Oh my God, I can’t even handle it. I hadn’t realized that EVERY SINGLE WORD out of his mouth is pure gold.
@Ceilidhann: He is truly a magical man.
[And Ceilidh hates Twilight, so that’s really saying something.]
@cleolinda: I think one of the things I love is that he’s not actually MEAN about it. It’s more just like, basking in the hilarity.
[@queenanthai daydreams that he would make an excellent guest for Made of Fail, which keeps me on Twilight Guest Expert retainer.]
@cleolinda: I don’t know, I tend to think he should continue free-range snarking. A mere podcast could not hold him.
@Ceilidhann: He should just roam free across the land trolling as he sees fit.
@kristenmchugh22: no, but it would be epic hilarity and hey: maybe he’d get to talk about *other* things.
@cleolinda: I have always thought it would be hysterical to do an interview in which we all pretended Twilight didn’t even exist.
@cleolinda: “So we’ve got to talk about your biggest franchise, this really iconic character… Cedric Diggory!”
(I AM COMPLETELY KIDDING. THE MAN HAS BETTER THINGS TO DO.)
Totally agree with this. Meyer doesn’t actually depict the sex scene itself, and can you imagine if she had? “Edward’s hands on my throat almost choked out my breath,” “his grip on my wrists almost made me cry as I looked up into his beautiful, perfect face,” etc….Lots of readers would be really alarmed at this being Bella’s first sexual encounter, and with good reason.
It’s one thing to have a bruise or two afterwards when you’re experienced in sex—maybe because you indicated to your partner that you like it rough—and another thing to look really beaten up after losing your virginity on your wedding night.
By eliding over the actual sex, ostensibly to be more “appropriate,” Meyer effectively normalizes abuse in a way that’s really inappropriate.
If my laptop had a “THIS” key, it would have fallen off the keyboard from this post alone.
Amen. (via meredithmimi)
a brief interruption
because my love for rpattz grows every day
same with kristen stewart
i don’t care that they’re in these awful movies. they truly don’t give a shit and it’s so refreshing.
also: liveblogs of new moon and eclipse will happen next month on Mark Watches. I’ll announce it later.
okay back to racism YAY
“It was one of the greatest things I’ve ever seen,” Condon told Movieline. He explained how it all happened.
“In that second movie, as you know from the book, a half-hour of it takes place in this one location, this one field,” Condon said. “We shot there for, when you include the second unit, a couple of months — but the first unit was there for many weeks.”
“When we came to the last, widest shot, with 80 vampires on one side and 27 vampires on the other, I’m sitting up the ladder and suddenly you hear this music — ‘Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This).’ And the Cullen side starts this incredible, West Side Story-kind of rumble. The other vampires then start to dance back. It was unbelievably big.”
Who was responsible for the vampire dance-off? “I know Myanna Buring was behind it, and Lee Pace,” Condon said. “There were a couple of others. I should figure out exactly who. But they kept it a secret! They rehearsed this number for a week, and kept it a secret. It was so great.”
@cleolinda: So I pretty much don’t doubt anyone’s commitment to Sparkle Motion now.
@stringertheory: This has confirmed two things for me: Lee Pace IS in fact made of awesome and your Jets/Sharks vampire rumble is canon.
@cleolinda: Well, when you put it that way, I’m just sad the dance-off wasn’t to the strains of “Love Is a Battlefield.”
This was so worth reading. Bravo.
Someone give this person a medal.
I read this out loud.
Could not have said it any better.
She deserves an award
Give this girl a medal.