kristen stewart no emotion

anonymous asked:

Noooo Bella Swan is the worst character ever! Not Bella Swan in books but Bella Swan aka Kristen Stewart! She is aweful! She is the worst actress ever! No emotions at all! Just a body....I love you by the way! Your blog too! 😻

Thank you darling but honestly, she’s not a bad actress at all! She’s not emotionless either! Kristen Stewart is a precious cinnamon roll. The character may be bad but it doesn’t mean the actor is :)

Robert Pattinson said; “People have decided how they’re going to perceive her. No matter how many times she smiles, they’ll put in the one picture where she’s not smiling.”

She said;  “Being a public figure, I’m supposed to present myself in a certain way, but it’s hard and you’re never going to be able to tell people who you are through the media. It’s much easier for a guy to say what he wants and not to be cute and funny all the time, but, if you’re a strong sort of woman, you’re just, for lack of a better word, a bitch.”

She’s a feminist who sticks up for the outcasts and the loners and says it’s okay to be yourself and none of that matters because the media says she’s a cheating, emotionless bitch which is the prime example of sexism.

I won’t go into a whole sexist argument here but just look at some of the cutest gifs of her and she’s so underrated and I love her a lot. xxxx

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anonymous asked:

What are your feelings towards Twilight?

An interesting question!

Honestly, I saw the movie the first time (i never read the book) when I was 10 I think, and at first I was in love with it, and as I grew up and the rest of the movies came out, and on countless rewatches I really quickly became uninfatuated with it and now I genuinely hate it and I will tell you why.

Bella’s character is entirely flat, she’s nothing but a vehicle for a over dramatized love triangle, the character was SO FLAT and inemotive that it became a meme to say how little emotion Kristen Stewart (a national treasure) had because of the character she played. Bella was dismissive of kind people, and overly accepting of people who were explicitly saying they we’re a danger to her. Which brings us to Edward.

That sparkly, brooding prick was abusive as shit, I dislike him almost as much as Robert Pattinson dislikes him and that should tell you what you need to know. But further more, he literally wanted to E A T H E R (and not in a fun way) and he only once effectively removed himself from her life only after they’d established a relationship and the distance would hurt her. Literally, he had the ability all along to fuck of and let her get over him but he chose not to which is f u c k t.

Jacob was a fuckboy whose entire character was “I can’t believe you friendzoned me, I’m supernatural too!! I’m going to kiss you even though you don’t want me to!” Nuff. Said.

BUT
THE PARAMOUNT THING THAT PISSED ME OFF WAS THAT THERE WAS GENUINELY GOOD MATERIAL THERE THAT COULD HAVE MADE AN AWESOME STORY.
All the background Cullen’s had these awesome stories and lives that we only get two minute glimpses into, any of which would have been an awesome plot for a series, the characters themselves were more three dimensional than any of the mains.

For instance, I l o v e Jasper, I will rewatch twilight on occasion specifically for Jasper, and also Alice, and everyone except the main God damn character.

Anyway, obviously this is oversimplified but in short I’m not a fan of twilight, but if you are then you do you. That’s just my bit. Peace out.

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Twilight Meme: [5/10] scenes

Cold, Cold
Crimson and bare as I stand
Yours completely, yours as we go over

Sing for the lion and lamb
Their hearts are haunting
Still hearts hold ever and ever…ever
Cold, Cold…

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Happy 25th Birthday Kristen Stewart!

I’m always asked about what type of things I want to do, and if I make decisions based on my last project. Say I do a big franchise movie about a vampire that falls in love with a normal girl. It’s like, “Now do you want to show them that you can be a real, serious actor?” It’s like, “Was I not being a real, serious actor?” […] I mean, it was a long process, so it’s hard to generalize about it as a whole. It wasn’t entirely cohesive. We ebbed and flowed. I will definitely acknowledge that. But the intention is so fucking pure in a weird way. Anybody who wants to talk shit about Twilight, I completely get it, but there’s something there that I’m endlessly, and to this day, fucking proud of. My memory of it felt—still feels—really good.