June 12th, 2010 / 17 Comments

Yes good point Rob – I would prefer he was covered up more too!  And sorry am in a bitchy mood today, but Bella – you might want to actually show a little more emotion to YOUR boyfriend when he kisses you – you seem to touch Jacob a little  more and it’s not how I remember it in the book.  Sorry but whiney irritating Bella – I’ve never been a fan – how Edward doesn’t just want to slap her I’m not sure (ooh I’m not condoning domestic violence – sorry if anyone is offended).  Thanks to our friends and elite affies ROBsessed for the tip.


  • Vertigo
    Posted on June 12, 2010

    hahaha Edward! That’s exactly what I said through NM while looking at the ceiling.

    So annoying and this scene actually bugged me in the book too.

  • Jazz
    Posted on June 12, 2010

    LOL! I laughed so hard when he said that!!
    I agree completely about Jacob leaving his shirt ON.
    I felt like telling the crowd to shut up when they all howled for Jacobs torso in New Moon!

  • Monique
    Posted on June 12, 2010

    is one hell of a kiss

  • Kara
    Posted on June 12, 2010

    Thank you! I thought I was the only one who noticed she rarely touches Edward. And when she does, it’s with a closed hand like a fist or pushing his chest with her palm. Def not how Bella was in the book–she was always the aggresor in the touchy/kissing department!

  • Michelle
    Posted on June 12, 2010

    Haha, you tell him Eddie. Couldn’t agree with you more. This scene (and some others we have seen) really annoy me with the ‘pro Jacob’ attitude – grrr!!!

  • Maria
    Posted on June 12, 2010

    I know @Kara – it’s like she has to and that non-emotion which is typical of her acting – sorry but it just irks me. I’m really over this series of movies – somehow I wish they had just left it with Catherine Hardwicke’s – never thought I’d say that, but each movie just gets worse for me. Rob’s acting grows and he just leaves everyone else for dead. I mean it’s pretty obvious because apart from Anna Kendrick – what have the others done – absolutely nothing with their so-called fame. There I said it and I don’t care because I dare anyone to prove me wrong.

  • Vertigo
    Posted on June 12, 2010

    I guess they found out the hard way, that outside of Twi, its not about abs and wigs but really boils down to talent.

  • Michelle
    Posted on June 12, 2010

    Rob really does leave everyone else for dead. His acting is FAR superior to the other actors in the series, they’re not even anywhere near the league he is in. Not even remotely close. Not being mean just stating a true fact. Rob has talent – true talent. Something that is very rare in the Hollywood industry in my opinion. No one is going to forget his name once this saga is over. You can guarantee that!

  • Vertigo
    Posted on June 12, 2010

    LOL Michelle I love your use of words here, “You can guarantee that!” So so true.

  • Cindy
    Posted on June 12, 2010

    Could not agree more Maria. Rob brings a grace and dignity to the roll of Edward that i dont think anyone else could. But i cant help wondering how different things may have been had Remember me been the movie that Rob did first. If that makes sense.

  • Maria
    Posted on June 12, 2010

    How so @Cindy – do you mean that he wouldn’t have had the level of fame had he done RM first or that he would have been taken more seriously had he done RM only. The problem is that it’s catch 22 – if he didn’t do Twilight and get this mega superstardom he wouldn’t get the choices before him now like Bel-Ami and Water for Elephants. You only have to look at the calibre of actresses that are willing to play along side him now. The other thing I always say too is that – very few actors get two bites of the cherry and Rob has definitely had that. First with GoF and then Twilight. I’m at a loss as to why his star didn’t rise after GoF – maybe he was just too young and didn’t know how to play the game – well he admits he doesn’t like to be told what to do (me neither Rob), but I love the fact that he can now dictate to them. Ah karma is a bitch!

  • Cindy
    Posted on June 12, 2010

    Yes to both I think Maria. I like you and all us other fans on here loved Rob well and truly before twilight came along. But twilight has opened doors for him and allowed him to have the choices he has. I was just wishing that it wasnt twilight that did it for him i think it that makes sense. 🙂

  • Maria
    Posted on June 12, 2010

    Yeah @Cindy it does make sense because for some reason the twifans think they own him now and can’t separate Rob from the character – well not all but majority. Please don’t be offended if you are a twifan and reading this, but you need to look at it from a non-twi perspective like I do. It did open doors for him – that’s great – but it’s what he does with those opportunities that you have to look at and appreciate. This is why I’m mortified that they are stretching BD out until 2012 – I just want Rob finished with this so that it doesn’t become an albatross around his neck – he is so much more than Edward so so much. Yes and I know – preaching more or less to the well and truly converted.

  • Vicky
    Posted on June 12, 2010

    I am a twi fan but more importantly a Rob fan. I don’t know that i would have bothered with the movies without Rob. I loved the books but the movies leave me cold. The fact that Rob is such a superb actor is what will keep the great roles coming his way. I don’t believe these twi movies will be his legacy there are too many other movies (past, present and future) to enjoy that will leave his mark on the acting world. How lucky are we to be around to watch it all happen!!!

  • Maria
    Posted on June 12, 2010

    Ah so true @Vicky – sometimes I forget how lucky we are to watch Rob’s career unfold like it is – I’m just waiting with anticipation to see what he’s actually going to be doing between W4E and BD (Nov start date) – hmmm unlike him to sit around and wait for it, although he probably should have a break, but then I think of what he said during RM premiere that he has tonnes of films over the next 2 years – hmmm – tonnes *sigh*

  • Vicky
    Posted on June 12, 2010

    I agree Maria I suppose he probably should have a break but the idea of tonnes of movies is sooo appealing. Either way his star is going to be shining brightly for a very long time!!!

  • Michelle
    Posted on June 12, 2010

    So very true Vicky. I seriously feel so very lucky & also priviledged to be able to witness Rob’s brilliant career & see it go from strength to strength. Ain’t that the truth Maria – I just absolutely cannot wait to see what wonderful projects Rob has coming up next. Rob’s words ‘another tonne of movies over the next 2 years’ go through my head frequently & fill me with excitement. At the same time though I do hope you can have a break at some stage in between projects Rob. You so deserve it, but I know how much you love to keep working & of course we LOVE to keep watching.

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