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Ay Dios mio
Just a reminder
Going strong since 2008.
Not one of the publications that made money off of XXXsten can tell the complete truth without making themselves out to be liars. All of them would have credibility issues because of articles they posted in the past for Summit’s marketing Team and Ruth.
July 29th, 2014
An entire Gaza neighborhood is decimated within an hour by Israeli air strikes. The video is further proof that Israel has no regard for the life of innocent Palestinians.
Israel attacked Gaza’s only power plant on Tuesday, leaving the Palestinian territory’s 1.8 million residents with no electricity or running water and opened the possibility of an even graver humanitarian crisis.
After three weeks of violence between Israel and Gaza, more than 1,100 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli air and ground strikes. About 75 percent of Palestinian deaths have been civilians. Several thousand have been wounded and more than 100,000 displaced. Fifty-three Israeli soldiers have died, as well as three civilians.
Just look at the casualties. This is not a war, it is genocide.
She has never spoken ill of others. Please stop being hypocritical. In all her interviews she always speaks that she is real, not as the other actors of Hollywood. Every time she criticizes real actors.
Just a little sample of her interviews.
“You can learn so much from bad things. I feel boring. I feel like, Why is everything so easy for me? I can’t wait for something crazy to fucking happen to me. Just life. I want someone to fuck me over! Do you know what I mean?” (Elle, June 2012)
“I’m a miserable cunt.”
"I don’t want to be a movie star like Angelina Jolie. Nothing about being a celebrity is desirable. I’m an actor. It’s bizarre to me that everybody’s so obsessive." (Blackbook magazine in 2009)
"A lot of actors think that what we do is so important, like we’re saving people’s lives or something."
“You don’t need to give reasons for the things you do. You just have to do what you want. And sometimes the thing that seems messed up to everyone else is what’s right for you. You have to do it and not be ashamed of it .”
“I hate it when they say I don’t give a shit, because nobody cares more than I do. I’m telling you I don’t know anybody who does this that gives a shit more than I do.”
‘The photos are so… I feel like I’m looking at someone being raped. A lot of the time I can’t handle it.”
Gossip ……. Feathers Everywhere
Phillip Seymour Hoffman
“The hardest part was talking about it afterwards. Because when you talk about other people, it affects them in ways you can’t predict. It’s like that scene in Doubt [2008, in which Philip Seymour Hoffman plays a priest suspected of inappropriate behaviour], where he’s talking about how to take back gossip? They throw all those feathers from a pillow into the sky and you’ve got to go and collect all the feathers.”
Robert Pattinson in his interview with Esquire Magazine.
Their Love Was a Publicity Stunt Gone Awry
By TheImproper Staff
July 30th, 2014
Robert Pattinson finally opened up about his relationship with “Twilight” co-star Kristen Stewart and his answer was nothing short of astonishing. “Shit happens, you know?” he said, reportedly with a laugh, in a new interview with the UK edition of GQ magazine.
That’s it? Shit happens?
Pattinson and Stewart were one of the most publicized Hollywood romances since the Golden Era when stars like Spencer Tracey and Katherine Hepburn burned up the tabloids. Except, with one big difference.
Tracy and Hepburn were real; Pattinson and Stwart weren’t. At least not in the way Summit Entertainment’s publicity machine led on “Twilight” fans.
“Twilight” was about eternal love between outcast vampire Edward Cullen and everyday school girl Bella Swan.
But what made this love story different was the way Summit manipulated fans to believe that Pattinson and Stewart shared the same kind of off-screen love.
The manipulation enhanced the credibility of a totally unrealistic script by suggesting that Rob and Kristen were the real life embodiment of eternal love portrayed in the movies.
The off-screen romance made real believers out of fans, especially tween girls and their moms. They wholeheartedly embraced the “Twilight” saga’s premise, and it had the intended effect.
It made them into diehard fans who turned five mediocre, widely panned films, into a multi-billion dollar franchise.
In the beginning, no one–not the producers, Summit Entertainment, author Stephenie Meyer or Pattinson and Stewart themselves– probably realized just what they were unleashing.
The “Twilight” phenomenon grew into an international movement made up of millions of “Twihards.” They deeply believed in the movies and its two featured stars.
Death threats over social media awaited anyone who said anything negative about them, or the movies. For a time, Summit continued to fan the flames. They created TeamRob and TeamJacob. Stewart had her own die-hard following.
After a while, the rivalries became so vehement, Summit tried to step in and discourage fans from taking sides.
But nothing was more powerful than the faith fans had in Pattinson and Stewart. And it sold millions and millions of tickets.
Sure, early on skeptics, naysayers, cynics and doubters raised questions about them. But they were drowned out by the publicity machine, which kept the myth alive through a steady drumbeat of tabloid headlines.
The trashy tabloid Web sites, you know who they are, still continue the crass manipulation of fans with tantalizing, but ultimately baseless stories about them, crafted out of whole-cloth solely to draw in viewers.
The myth of Rob and Kristen grew so strong, there must have come a time when Summit and the actors themselves realized things were in danger of getting seriously out of control.
Pattinson and Stewart were hounded relentlessly by an army of paparazzi. Their private lives were burned away by the klieg lights. There was nowhere in the world they could go where they wouldn’t be recognized… and hounded.
Were Rob and Kristen part of one of the greatest frauds of the 21st Century? Well, yes and no.
They were undoubtedly friends, colleagues and maybe even soul-mates because of their shared experience during the “Twilight” frenzy. For a time, they may have even been casual lovers.
But did they share a love that embodied the “Twilight” myth. The answer we now know is … no.
Or as Rob said about their relationship: “It’s just young people… it’s normal! And honestly, who gives a shit?”
Would you believe millions of fans?
Of course, that’s easy for him to say now. The movies have come and gone. They actors have moved on, and the fans have grown up… hopefully.
But imagine if Rob had said that after “Twilight: New Moon,” or “Eclipse?” The myth would have been shattered; the disillusionment so strong the movie franchise would have gone up in smoke.
So they bought into the fraud by keeping their mouths shut. Never once during the saga’s five-year run did they comment on their relationship. They let the tabloids fill in the blanks and never even bothered reading them.
As it turned out, the mystery only fueled the flames of their mystique and the movie’s hold on “Twilight” fans.
Rob and Kristen probably did what they were told, or contracted to do. They let it play out through the five films. Afterward, it seemed Stewart could hardly wait to break script.
Once the movies ended, she probably rightly assumed her obligations to Summit, “Twilight” fans and Rob were over.
She started filming “Snow White and the Huntsman,” in England in Sept. 2012, a month before the final film, “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2″ hit theaters and little more than a year after “Twilight” production had ended.
She was probably obligated to keep up appearances through “Part 2′s” run in theaters. And, technically she did.
But she was clearly chomping at the bit to move on.
She began an affair with “Snow White” Director Rupert Sanders, a married man with two children nearly twice her age, while shooting scenes in Britain.
They continued the affair after they returned to Los Angeles, until they were exposed by a paparazzo. It wasn’t supposed to end that way. Rob and Kristen were just supposed to fade away after the “Twilight” furor died down.
But the affair, as scandalous as it was, served a purpose that apparently both Rob and Kristen could live with. It put an end to their myth.
If Rob were truly in love with Kristen and sticking to the tabloid storyline, don’t you think he would have had something more to say?
Perhaps some remorse, a wistful remark or some soulful reminiscence of the love he had… and lost.
Instead, Pattinson likens the experience to a Phillip Seymour Hoffman movie, “Doubt.”
“[Philip Seymour Hoffman is] talking about how to take back gossip,” he explains. “They throw all those feathers from a pillow into the sky and you’ve got to go and collect all the feathers.”
He’s got that right. Once the feathers about his supposed eternal love for Kristen were released, there was no getting them back.
Scandal rocked Robert Pattinson’s, 28, world in 2012 when his long time girlfriend, Kristen Stewart, 24, cheated on him with her Snow White and the Huntsman director, Rupert Sanders, 43. In a new interview, Robert opens up about Kristen’s betrayal and surprisingly says “it’s normal” to have an affair — wait, what?! Read on to find out what Robert said!
And when did Rob say that?
Yes, this is what HollywoodLies got from the Esquire interview. And like always they put words in Rob’s mouth and take it out of context.
So I will post what was actually written when referring to "the whole K-Stew / R-Patz saga was horribly overcooked."
The relationship was blown out of proportion by Press and fans. That was my interpretation. Not an approval, or acceptance and dismissal of cheating. But we should be used to it by now from the XXXstens and tabloids.
It was the end of Robsten. The breakup (faux or real). That was what the SHIT was about. He did not make excuses for cheating. In fact he did not mention it. But the author eluded to what led to it.
Like all things Twilight, the whole K-Stew / R-Patz saga was horribly overcooked. It’s not unusual for co-stars to date – they were both living and working in a strange bubble for many years, both of them under intense and obsessive scrutiny. And then it ended in betrayal.
“Shit happens, you know?” he laughs. “It’s just young people… it’s normal! And honestly, who gives a shit?”
Well, a lot of people, that’s what’s weird.
“The hardest part was talking about it afterwards. Because when you talk about other people, it affects them in ways you can’t predict,” he says. “It’s like that scene in Doubt [2008, in which Philip Seymour Hoffman plays a priest suspected of inappropriate behaviour], where he’s talking about how to take back gossip? They throw all those feathers from a pillow into the sky and you’ve got to go and collect all the feathers.”
Her fans are absolutely the worst, probably ever
They instantly cry “bully” and “slut shaming!!1!!” and “sexist!1!!!11!!!!” whenever someone gives principled criticism of one of the worst human beings to ever become a celebrity.
Then, sometimes in the same day or week, call other women (who did NOT fuck their old married directors) “whores”, call Liberty Ross a “tranny” and wish domestic violence on her, and release personal information and bombard her critics with pure hatred.
Lying, hypocritical, vile and cowardly - just like their trash goddess. Truly a match made in the septic tank.
"Spreading democracy in the Middle East is so hard. Maybe we shouldn’t have done it Second Amendment first." -Jon Stewart
Is that warm enough for you?
“This actress was doing a scene in the bath and she kept complaining about the temperature, how it was too hot or too cold. So everyone pissed in it and put a bunch of bubble bath in afterwards so you couldn’t smell it! This stuff happens. That’s why I avoid asking for anything. I don’t want to get anyone’s piss on me.”