Kristen Stewart – A person, a girl, like everybody else…


The word “Private”… Very uncommon in these days.

I read so many things… God, I just… People are so mean, like they own every person’s life in the planet. People can love you, like you, have fate in you, believe in you, dislike you, hate you, but most important… People can judge you. And that is the most fucking mistake in our world. You can’t just judge someone, you may judge only yourself… And you know why? Because, people change everyday.

The thing I really don’t understand is why everyone want an explanation… Who are you people, the fucking GOD or something?

Think about that… If your bestfriend(I mean really your BEST friend) cheated on her boyfriend, what would you do? You would support her, even if you think that she did something wrong, right?Because this is what friends do. Well, for 5 years, didn’t you thing that Kristen Stewart was a friend too? You support her, you believe in her, you defend her, you love her… It’s not her fault, that you put her in some fucking pedestal, or you think about her like a role model… She is a human being… A person, a girl, like everybody else… And if she make mistakes, she doesn’t own an apology to you, because she doesn’t know you, like you thing you know her…You don’t own her life! “Private” is a word that everybody have to learn.

For God’s Sake, It’s not some fucking reality show, where people go to show their private parts!

The word “respect” is very interesting… You respect her for 5 years, and now you have less respect for her… How come? The respect is something you have earn for a long time (in this case 5 years), but one mistake and there is no respect… A real fan, or like I call it a real friend is someone who will be by your side, respect you, support you, no matter what…

Leave her alone, leave him alone… Leave that bullshits, and live you life… Don’t make others life your own drama.

The word “Private”… Very uncommon in these days.

wweСпрете да се държите все едно е края на света. Не сме в бразилска теленовела. Това не е вашето лично пространство, че да решавате кое е правилно и кое грешно. Престанете да съдите, защото хората се променят всеки ден… Но най-вече, проверете в тълковните речници смисъла на думата „личен“… В днешно време, много малко хора я разбират! Доста тъжно, но факт… – Ardillita

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Toni Trucks talks about Kristen and Rob


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ETonLine Кристен Стюарт е много лесна в очите. „ Кристен е порцеланова и магнетична„, казва актрисата от Зазоряване част 2 Тони Тръкс на премиерата на последният си филм Ruby Sparks. “ Озовах се на сета с нея и внезапно всичко изглеждаше като, „Защо съм се втренчила в Кристен сега?“

КС и РП не биха могли да бъдат по-мили. “ Те са чудесни“, казва Тръкс, 31, “ Кристен беше винаги мила с мен и Роб беше винаги забавен. Те двамата са чудесни, свежи като краставичка. Не мисля, че някой трябва да съди хората твърде остро, когато погледите на всички са приковани върху теб през цялото време.“

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Stephenie Meyer talks about the birth scene


Stephenie Meyer recalls filming the climactic birth scene. Watch the behind-the-scenes clip of Edward (Robert Pattinson) trying to revive Bella (Kristen Stewart) as Stephenie explains:
He was really able to touch the human emotions of that scene. Rob really nailed it,“ Stephenie recalled. „It was really powerful. I teared up, several people near me did. It was just a lump in your throat—that moment of thinking you’ve lost everything and not being able to accept it. It was really emotional.“
Yet, as fraught as that life-or-death moment was, we can’t help but smile at the quick shot of director Bill Condon fist-pumping when Rob nailed it. Very sweet.
via RPLife

Joe Anderson (Alistair in BD 2) Mentions Rob and Kristen in Latest Interview


SiouxCityJournal A natural musician – he starred in the Beatles-based „Across the Universe“ – Anderson worked on three projects in one year – „The River,“ „The Grey“ and „Breaking Dawn.“
And then? Then there’s „Breaking Dawn,“ the last two parts of the „Twilight“ saga. In the vampire drama, Anderson plays Alistair, a particularly complex vampire who intercedes for the Cullens. The actor read the books, saw the early films and „tried to absorb as much as I could“ but knew he’d never be as savvy about the character as some of the popular books’ fans.  No sweat. „It’s nice to play against the grain of the film,“ Anderson says. „He can do what he wants because he is who he is.“
The 29-year-old British-born actor, however, didn’t realize the devotion of „Twilight’s“ fan base. „I hadn’t even arrived at the motel and already there was fan mail. They figured out where I was going to be – and I didn’t even know. But every one of those letters was so genuine and so sweet.“
The creepy stuff? That was saved for other actors. „A woman was standing outside the Sutton Place in Vancouver with a pair of scissors. She had flown from England to cut some of Robert Pattinson’s hair for a doll.“
„Breaking Dawn, Part II“ (slated for release in the fall) came with such high financial stakes „tension was ripe,“ Anderson says. „There’s not a lot of rehearsal. So before a scene with Kristen (Stewart) I had to gun up the character from the trailer to the stage. It’s the first time you see this guy come to life. But until you get the gear on, you’re not quite sure what he’s going to be.“
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