So, there’s stiff competition for MTV’s Movie of the Year, with The Hunger Games as well as the final Harry Potter (Deathly Hallows, Pt. 2), but I’ll more credence to Breaking Dawn, Pt. 1 winning the Best Kiss award. As much as I love The Hunger Games, the kiss between Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson isn’t supposed to be all passion and such, so really Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson’s competition would be against Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone from Crazy, Stupid, Love. (Sorry, HP fans, I just can’t see the one between Emma Watson and Rupert Grint as being as great as it was in the book. However, fans can be pretty charismatic about this regardless of how it actually was in the movie.)
So, here’s your chance, viewers and fans, to vote:
Need more proof that the Jennifer Lawrence vs. Kristen Stewart battle is a myth? Well, you can hear it straight from one of the horse’s mouth that it’s completely untrue. Hollywood Hills reported about an interview with JLaw done by Access Hollywood, which you can watch below.
It’s amazing how people are willing to believe what they read in the tabloids. C’mon people. These actors have lives and more often than not the last thing they want to do is create some drama with another actor, especially one they’ve never met before. Besides, the whole thing is just ridiculous.
I guess there are those that just want to believe this because they like one actor over another, or one movie over another. Unfortunately, we are the ones that make these rumors grow. Time to grow up people, including the adults that try to spread these false articles as truth. And stop buying into it, fans! We need to unite as a fandom and let things be what they are. Let Twilight be Twilight and The Hunger Games be The Hunger Games.
Before you know, another big movie series will come out, and when that does, then let that movie be what that movie is. Agreed? I hope so. Group hug!
So, I guess that some entertainment websites think the best way to get people to go to their site is to put blatant rumors and conjecture into their articles. And well, maybe I’m writing my own conjecture, but I’d like to think that actors are not all about backbiting and vilifying, or at least not to the extent that the media would have us think.
So, I will take more into account what Hollywood Life has to say about what actress Jennifer Lawrence said about Kristen Stewart and Kristen’s role as Bella in the Twilight saga:
“I can’t really imagine anybody else doing it; I think she’s a great Bella.”
That seems pretty like pretty high praise coming from an actress who has already received one Academy Award nomination for Best Actress (and probably will receive another in the future.)
I, myself, have no qualms about Kristen’s role in the movies either, to be honest. I know I don’t speak for everyone in that sentiment, but to each their own. Everyone imagines differently what their Bella would look like and how she would act. But please, err on the side of caution when you read articles stating that such-and-such actor is lambasting such-and-such other actor. Certain things might have been said, true, but probably not in the context in which it was originally said.