Its just started to dawn on me recently. As these days progress and the ground turns from green to brown back to green and then brown again, we’re in a constant change just the same as earth.
When I see men die at forty-one, men not in wars just men like me, hard livers turned to soft livers and dead kidneys, I realize what it all means.
No one is immortal like me. I’ll be alone someday.
lmao! i did a very un-lady like guffaw type laugh as soon as i read the last sentence.
ps: true story, i’m immortal
He’s creeped out by the book, and its author, Stephenie Meyer:
“When I read it … I was convinced that Stephenie was convinced that she was Bella, and … It was like it was a book that wasn’t supposed to be published, like reading her - her sort of sexual fantasy about some - especially when she says that it was based on a dream, and it’s like, ‘Oh, then I had a dream about this really sexy guy’ and she just writes this book about it, and there’s some things about Edward that are just so specific that … I was just convinced that this woman is mad, she’s completely mad, and she’s in love with her own fictional creation.
“And I sometimes … Feel uncomfortable reading this thing, and I think a lot of people feel the same way, that it’s kind of voyeuristic … It creates this sick pleasure in a lot of ways.”
(From a 2008 video interview with E!Online, which has been widely quoted but since removed.)
“Girls often say that Edward’s ‘sooo perfect,’ but he’s not. I do not like people who try to exert control in a relationship, when there is an imbalance. This is very wrong and very strange.”
- Last month, at a Q&A in Brussels.
“… The more I read the script, the more I hated this guy, so that’s how I played him, as a manic-depressive who hates himself.”
- October 2008, to Empire magazine
He thinks the Breaking Dawn plot is ludicrous:
“Have sex, demon baby. No, they get married first, demon baby, Jacob falls in love with the little baby [laughs], then everyone tries to kill each other, but nothing happens. Oh, that’s the second one [laughs even harder].”
And - horror - he mocks the highly-anticipated sex scene. (For non-Twihards: in the book, Edward gets fairly rough on honeymoon, and hates himself for hurting Bella.)
“I wanted to have it as a line so much. [He switches to an ‘Edward’ accent] ‘I bit through all the pillows. Every. Single. One.’ And then he’d start crying. By the way, that’s what he should be ashamed of in the morning. All those beautiful pillows! Egyptian cotton! (Laughs) ‘I ruined this bed!’”
i fucking hate twilight and more so cos of the blatant theft of intellectual idea by the mistake of an author. but since i found out the leading man hates the role he plays (lets ignore for a second the hypocrisy inherent) he’s soared high in my cool list, he’s sitting somewhere close to where shia laican’tspellhisnamebutwoulddobadthingstowhichmainlyconsistofstaringathisbeautifulface stands right now :)