If this is true, then I can’t. I just can’t. I can’t believe in true love, I can’t even believe in happiness. I can’t even believe in myself. Without the love of R-Patz and K-Stew in the world, then what will become of us all?
Before I get myself too worked up again, here’s the story from the National Enquirer:
“Just two days after the couple was inducted into Hollywood’s legendary Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, Robert – who’d been having second thoughts about their relationship – hit Kristen with the news that he’s ending it. They kept on smiling at the Los Angeles premiere but Robert was an emotional wreck – and so was Kristen, who never saw the breakup coming. Explaining his reasoning, Rob told Kristen he adores her, but feels that their romance blossomed only because they’d been thrown together as on-screen lovers for nearly four years. Rob felt it was time to explore other relationships and move on.”
Even though Kristen’s devastated, the source added, she knows they’ve got to put on happy faces to promote “Breaking Dawn” – and the sequel next year.
I refuse to believe that this is true. One, because if it is true, then I would be so utterly devastated, and two, Robert would never break up with Kristen. He’s too much of a sensitive little flower to do that. No, if these two were to break up in reality, it would be all Kristen, and it would be so, so heartbreaking.
What do you guys think: are these guys still the picture of true romance or what?
November 29, 2011 at 4:30 am by Emily
You know what the best thing is about this couple? That they’re absolutely no pretension or confusion as to who they are. They fulfill their red carpet obligations and act in the movies that their agents see as good fits, and they say all of the words that their fans are dying to hear. Another best thing? They’re completely normal folks, just like you and I. They don’t gussy themselves all up to go to dinner or to a movie, or even for a quiet stroll down the street, and they still appear to be happy together. They’re totally not doing this for the publicity, and they’re not afraid to be photographed unwashed. That might be the best part of these guys, and that’s no lie.
November 25, 2011 at 12:30 pm by Sarah
Oh, you didn’t do anything wrong? You’re just a harmless book series that was made into a harmless movie series that has no real, serious impact on people’s lives? You know so little of your power, Twilight. So, so little.
Why, just this past Saturday, you changed a girl’s life forever. You could have killed her, do you realize that? And don’t give me that “people are in charge of their own choices and they have to live with those consequences” claptrap, because I don’t want to hear it. Little Olivia from Illinois, a girl of just 18 years of age, was arrested after police found her car in a ditch. The girl “was driving with no right front tire and was extremely intoxicated,” and do you want to know why? Do you want to know why this girl was upset enough to get completely trashed and drive her car with three tires into a ditch?
Because she was mad at her boyfriend because he didn’t take her to see Breaking Dawn like he promised.
So the next time you want to parade around thinking that you don’t have the ability to change lives, I want you to take a moment to consider this tale, Twilight. And maybe, just maybe, you’ll be a little more careful next time.
November 22, 2011 at 7:30 am by Emily
I know, I know, it’s a lot of vampire talk, but Breaking Dawn comes out in just a little over a week: what do you expect? For the next little bit, the gossip world is going to be flooded with vampire anecdotes and werewolf tales, so I suggest you just settle on in and listen to Robert Pattinson tell you all about it:
On the sexiness of vampires: “I don’t think I’ve ever seen a vampire movie where I think the vampires are attractive. OK, girls are sometimes kind of sexy, but guys end up looking worse than they do in their real life with the pale make-up and the fangs. I’ve watched True Blood and all those guys are great looking, but you put vampire make-up on them and they look less handsome on the show than they do in reality.”
On his sex scenes with Kristen Stewart: ”I think the more comfortable you are with each other, the harder it gets to do any kind of really intense relationship scene. You’re kind of thinking, ‘I don’t want to embarrass myself in front of this person,’ ‘I know what she’s thinking now,’ so it becomes ridiculous after awhile. Watching other people have sex is never going to be that spectacular anyway. It’s a strange thing when there’s so much hype about it. You are like, ‘God, I hope this lives up to it.’ The toughest part was avoiding an R-rating. It’s funny when people talk about the sex scenes in the book because there are no sex scenes in the book. Go back and read. They always fade to black.”
On getting Edward’s body: “There are so many descriptions in the book of Edward’s statuesque body — it’s all made of marble, blah blah blah. I managed to get through the entire series without taking my shirt off the whole time. I was like, ‘Nah, I’m not taking it off ever, and I’m not working out!’ Then, when we did Breaking Dawn, I thought, ‘It’s the last one, I might as well.’ So I kind of worked out to bulk up a little for those scenes with my shirt off. I stopped literally the day afterwards. I find it very boring to work out.”
On the Breaking Dawn wedding: “The majority of guys who are getting married would have the same experience that I did, which is that you’re just standing there waiting at the altar. It’s not about you at all. Kristen has to do all the heavy lifting. She’s having to go through everything walking down the aisle, and I’m just standing there, ‘You look really good! Let’s get married! Cool!’ It was quite simple for me.”
On being old-fashioned: “I guess I must be because everyone is always telling me that Edward is kind of old-fashioned, but I always see him as fairly normal. I mean, he just knows what he wants. He’s in love with someone and he just likes the idea of getting married to them. I guess I kind of agree with that.”
On the end of Twilight: “The one time we filmed in nice weather was literally the last day of production. Kristen and I were on the beach and just making out all night. That’s not too bad. It was just the two of us and it was really nice. Everybody stayed to watch the sunrise, which was really beautiful. It was a nice ending.”
On the future: “I feel like I’ve kind of been in a whirlwind for so long, even though I’ve done other movies in between. Whenever you promote something, they always want you to talk about Twilight, so it’s kind of constant. I am living a life which I didn’t really know existed. You can kind of delay being an adult for quite a while.”
And today, my love and respect for Robert Pattinson grew just a little bit more. Well played, Rob. Very well played.
November 9, 2011 at 3:30 pm by Emily
I know, there are a lot of names up there in that headline that you might not care about or that you might actively loathe. But that’s not my problem. You’re going to hear about this rumor anyway.
You guys know about Ashley Greene, right? She’s that girl up there next to Robert Pattinson. She plays Alice, Edward’s psychic sister, in the Twilight movies, she had some nude pictures out a couple years back, and she’s also a general douche canoe. And you already know about Robert and Kristen Stewart. Now let me tell you about the love triangle!
Kristen and Rob are, of course, very much in love. But Kristen is busy filming cool new movies while Rob cavorts around with Ashley Greene to promote Breaking Dawn. The result? Rob has no choice but to sex up little Ashley Greene, or, to be specific, to sex her up so loud in their hotel that someone made a complaint to management. At least that’s the rumor.
What do you guys think? Check out that picture above one more time: does that look like a picture of two folks who also happen to be banging, or is Robert too devoted to Kristen for this?
October 30, 2011 at 9:00 am by Emily
Come on, just look at Robert‘s face up there. Doesn’t it just scream sex? I thought so.
One of the very best things of the impending Breaking Dawn premiere is that Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are just talking and talking (and talking) to everyone about it. For example, Rob’s already hit on the subject of vampire sex once this week! It’s like we’re swimming in a sea of publicity and silly vampires and the most dedicated fangirls in the world, and I love it.
Anyway, let’s see what Rob has to say about these very important topics:
On maybe being married to Kristen Stewart already: “The wedding scene’s funny because we used a real priest. So technically we are already married because he did all the things you would do in a normal ceremony. So we don’t have a civil union in law, but I guess in the church we are actually married.”
On the sex scene: “The sex scenes were difficult. The set was crazy and you have about 20 people in the room and someone saying things like: ‘No, Bella would not have made that noise. Can we do it again?’ It was very charged, but a very tender and sentimental scene. It’s not a scene from the book, so everyone was nervous about doing it right. A ton of other people were nervous. And, Kristen and I were both worried about the shape of our bodies would look on camera. We felt vulnerable.”
On Breaking Dawn‘s message: “I’ve never been able to relate to that fear of sex or sexuality. It’s funny that all three movies portray sex as something scary and then, when they have sex in the fourth movie, they have a child with really rather devastating consequences. I’m not sure what they are trying to say. . .never have sex with anyone ever?”
Wouldn’t it be so sneaky and hip and just so Robsten is that’s how this couple got married? And don’t you love how hard Robert’s going to trash talk this whole series when the whole thing’s over? We’ve got a lot more to look forward to after this premiere is over, friends, so don’t think the Twilight phenomenon is going to be over any time soon.