Wow, what a contest, right? Kristen Stewart and Jennifer Lawrence. LOL, I’m just kidding, you guys, it’s not a contest at all, at least not for me. Jennifer Lawrence has such a lovely attitude, and such wonderful talent! I went to see Hunger Games again this past week, and I also watched Winter’s Bone, which was amazing. Jennifer Lawrence is just so refreshing in this world full of Lindsay Lohans and Rihannas and Katy Perrys, and I absolutely love her. Oh, and, uh, Kristen Stewart looks bored most of the time, and she’s not that great an actor. Such competition!
But really, since Jennifer and Kristen are stars of the biggest franchises going right now, and since they’re both the same age, and since they both have vaginas, there’s a good chance that they could be competing for some of the same roles. And apparently Kristen Stewart is so not pumped for that.
From The National Enquirer via Celebitchy:
Kristen Stewart has turned into a green-eyed monster over up-and-coming superstar Jennifer Lawrence, who is wowing audiences in The Hunger Games. Insiders say Kristen, 22, is terrified that she and Jennifer, 21, will be vying for the same roles – and that Jennifer will win!
“The Hunger Games is now the talk of Hollywood and it’s predicted to do even better at the box office than the megahit Twilight series,” said the source. “Worse still, Jennifer is getting critical acclaim for her acting talents, which no one has ever given Kristen.”
In fact, Jennifer was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar last year for Winter’s Bone, while Kristen has yet to be recognized by the Academy for her work.
“Kristen is nervous about going head-to-head with Jennifer for roles,” the source continued. “Kristen doesn’t consider herself a natural beauty, and she knows Hollywood is so fickle that it’s always the pretty girl who wins the big parts. Jennifer has the best of both – talent and looks – which has Kristen fretting for her future.”
Kristen’s new film, Snow White and the Huntsman, is due to be released in June. “Kristen is desperate for it to do well, but she’s very insecure,” added the source. “She’s dreading the possibility that Jennifer could wind up her career nemesis.”
Isn’t that weird, that Kristen Stewart has never gotten any critical acclaim for her acting? Wouldn’t it make sense that if you didn’t get that critical acclaim, that you’d stop getting work so that good actors could get more work? Oh, if only Hollywood worked that way. Then I could be completely excited about Snow White and the Huntsman without having to roll my eyes over Kristen Stewart biting her lip all the way through it. Because she’s not a good actor. Look, I know that Twilight wasn’t the best material to work with, but she could have done better, so I don’t want to hear that apologist claptrap. Don’t make excuses. She’s a bad actor. That’s all.
But here’s something interesting: how do you think Jennifer Lawrence will do at the Oscars next year? Do you think Hunger Games could pull in some awards?