Anyone else starting to get the impression that Kristen Stewart may not be cut out for acting? Sure she may like the idea of reciting lines in front of a camera, but she certainly can’t stand the idea of being famous. And unfortunately for Kristen, a successful acting career and fame go hand-in-hand these days.
Yes, older, more established actresses like Meryl Streep can fly under the radar when they’re not on set. But Kristen’s no Meryl Streep and if she plans to survive as an actress of this generation, she needs to accept the publicity or reject the career.
Or at least stop acting like her career’s following the plot of a very special Law & Order: SVU episode. Between her classic “fame rapes me” quote to this new
“fame murders me” quote, I’m starting to think she’s a little melodramatic. Which I suppose isn’t the worst quality for an actress.
This weekend, the fame will murder me quote surfaced from an upcoming e-book by Talia Soghomonian called Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner — In Their Own Words.
She told Talia that she fears fame will one day lead to her demise — and unless she’s Lilo-ing out more than we know, I highly doubt that.
Nowadays it’s harder because everyone is on Facebook and everyone knows where you are all the time, and everyone’s twittering. Like I’m going to die because somebody is going to say where I am and somebody is going to kill me. Someone’s going to twitter my location and then it’s going to be like, boom.’
While I won’t delve too far into the fact that K.Stew needs to get up on her Twitter grammar (“someone going to TWEET my location…”), I do believe she’s starting to sound a little paranoid.
It’s quite the leap to go from a crazy stalker playing a personal game of foursquare with her life to someone murdering her. But then again if she truly believes her fame will put her life in jeopardy, maybe she should switch careers.
It’s not too late for her to go to college or see a therapist or gain some perspective on her life. She’s famous, she’s not living in a war-torn third world country. If fame makes her this miserable, she can leave Hollywood.
I think we can all agree Twilight‘s not worth dying over. Nor is Robert Pattinson, at least until he starts washing his hair more often.
(Photo: David Tonnessen, PacificCoastNews.com)