I love vampires, werewolves, paranormal activity, wizards…whatever. I’ve always been intrigued by the fantastic nature of all of the things I just mentioned. I wish I could attend Hogwarts. But on the other hand, I’m also one of those people who, subconsciously, rejects what the masses love. When Harry Potter blew up, I stopped reading the books, when Dave Matthews honed in on their cult culture, I stopped listening. I didn’t do any of these on purpose…it just happened.
And then there’s the Twilight in-saneness…Team Edward/Jacob bullshit.I rejected the Twilight hype 100% on purpose – because I want to punch Kristen Stewart in her face. I saw 20 minutes of the first Twilight Movie, and I will never finish it. Her & Edward are supposed to be in lust/love for each other? Really?! Because all I got was that they were repulsed by one another. Probably because Kristen Stewart has the same uncomfortable look on her face in every scene of every movie she ever makes.
OOO Kristen Stewart you’re sooooo cool. You’re broodiness is so unique, how I admire you. NOT, big giant BARF ON YOUR FACE.
Not only does her face piss me off, but so does her social awkwardness. I’ve seen people with no social skills – your lack there of is terribly contrived therefore making it obnoxiously annoying.
She’s also always like, “mehhh don’t look at me I’m famous wahhh”. I totally get wanting privacy. I can understand that being harassed while you’re out to dinner or chillen with friends could get annoying and invasive. So, in those instances, please, feel free to be an icy bitch. BUT, when you’re at an award show, a red carpet, a promotional event/interview – shape up your act. Try, I don’t know, acting like you want to be there (YOU’RE AN ACTRESS, AREN’T YOU?). Or better yet try acting like you give a shit & actually are grateful that the life direction that you chose to take worked out in your favor. I mean when people are clapping for you, giving you standing ovations, it may be slightly uncomfortable, but would it kill you to smile nicely, instead of smirking like, “where the fuck is the exit, I need to get out of here as quickly as possible so I can get away from all of you people who admire my work.” Like this:
This video clip is painfully awkward, and irritates me way more than it should. “Yayyy, I got an award, let me make this really weird for everyone!”
So let’s some up all the reason why I want to punch Kristen Stewart in the face:
1. No matter what movie she’s in her facial expressions, body movments and demeanor are always 100% the same.
2. Her social awkwardness is annoying. You went into acting to be famous, don’t lie about it. If you wanted to avoid the tabloids and be a no-name actress you could have stuck to doing plays or something. Who knows the names of the people on Broadway who weren’t in movies? NO ONE.
In her interview with Elle UK, talking about being cast in Twilight, “When they cast me it wasn’t like, ‘Omigod, I got this huge movie’; it was like, ‘OK, I got this film.’ You have to rev up to it.” Oh really? You didn’t think that a movie with a $37 Million Dollar budget was a huge movie? Don’t go around saying that sort of shit to Indie Film stars; they’ll punch you for me.
Another Elle interview quote, “On people saying she doesn’t care: “I hate it when they say I don’t give a sh*t, because nobody cares more than I do. I’m telling you I don’t know anybody who does this that gives a sh*t more than I do.” Does she not watch herself on TV or something? Or listen to herself compare fame to rape?
So think what you want, but I still want to punch that sour look off of her face. And then throw a box set of True Blood DVDs at her and say, “Twilight sucks, you’re an annoying & This is what an awesome vampire series is supposed to look like…you wish you were Suki”.
And yes…I’m prepared to be trolled by 13-16 year old bloggers. I will relish in your hate. But guess what you little minions, the most interesting thing she’s ever done is not Twilight.