damn thats powerful
one of my favorite posts here.
this fucking pressure for men to be square shaped really pisses me off sometimes im glad that you all understand
"I had just screen tested for ‘The Fault In Our Stars’ in LA with her and then she said she really liked my screen test and whatever and that she hoped I got the role and then, uh, I was going back to New York for the weekend and she gave me a brown paper bag covered in duct tape and said ‘Don’t open it until I tell you to open it." And I was in New York for like 5 days and I still had this bag in my desk or something and I got a call from the director, Josh Boone, of ‘The Fault In Our Stars’ telling me that I got the role, and he says ‘did Shailene give you a package?’ and I said ‘yeah’ and he said ‘go open it’, and I went open the package, um. Hold on, flash back…"
The Story of how Ansel Elgort got to know he got the role of Augustus Waters.
this is an actual scene from the movie
Can we talk about how in Twilight mythology Jake was apparently in love with Bella’s egg while it was still in her ovaries? Because it’s been years and I’m still not over that.
even imaginary men in literature are genuinely so fucking disgusting
And lets not forget that SMeyer wrote Bella as being more incensed by a lame nickname than the fact that her best friend has just “imprinted” on her NEONATE daughter—who’s going to age to adulthood within a few years, and he’s gonna be “uncle Jacob”, til he’s not.
Bella, sweetie, big picture here.
SMeyer, creeper, eat glass.
the biggest problem being that Jacob kissed Bella against her will, and it was presented as romantic
that Jacob and Edward talked about forcing Bella to have an abortion and Edward offered Jacob the opportunity to have kids with her, without her even being present for this conversation, much less consenting to this, and it was presented as romantic
on top of all the times Edward dismantled Bella’s car in some way or another to prevent her from going places when he didn’t want her to
SMeyer deserves more shit for romanticizing abusive relationships throughout the entire series than for the strangeness of this once scene
well fucking said