Steve McQueen attends the 86th Annual Academy Awards held at Hollywood & Highland Center - March 2, 2014
Jennifer Lawrence attends the the 86th Annual Academy Awards held at Hollywood & Highland Center on March 2nd, 2014
I actually wish I still did like her as much as I did a year ago. But I don’t. I’m not jealous of her success or anything, I just don’t care for her. I do tweet things during the Oscars like “fuck jlaw” but it’s just because most people get crazy during award shows and it’s fun to do the same. I’m sending this to you because I want you to be able to see that you should respect other people’s opinions, especially this one since it seems to be a very controversial one. (continued)
That post you reblogged that I mentioned earlier was really unnecessary. I realize that it’s your blog, but you do this a lot where you act like your opinion is the valid one just because you say it is. I hope this hasn’t come across as “anon hate” because it really isn’t. I really appreciate it if you took the time to read this. (On an unrelated note, I hope you follow your dreams and go work in the movie business!)
Okay. Well…… First, I guess thank you for sending me this ask, you seem really nice and respecting, and it doesn’t seem like anon hate at all - this is a nice message, but I disagree.
Okay, so you mention that you don’t like how the “Hollywood” people are reacting to her, but also recognize that it’s not her fault….. I fail to see how this amounts to genuinely disliking her and not the image of how she’s projected by these “Hollywood” people. There’s a total stigma on a site like this (and it’s so petty) towards people that project an image that may be completely different than how the person is actually like; I don’t think a lot of people understand that the way Lawrence is sold in her interviews is a way that will and can appeal to a certain demographic. She acts in a way to project an image for continued success in her films, and obviously she’s said some fairly…. offensive things, but she’s under a microscope on this site. The reason you hate Lawrence is the way she finds an audience so that she makes more money. And you know, in my view, she’s a really talented actress. If an image can propel her career forward, good for her.
I do respect others opinions on her (which is why I haven’t unfollowed half of the people I follow right now). I get that they may not like her, it’s understandable. But when you see 5-10 text posts shitting on her about things that aren’t even in her control (like winning a fucking Oscar last year, potentially winning one this year, HATING her because of the image that she gives off), I think I can reblog a couple ones talking about how useless it is complaining and whining about her when you could complain about how Inside Llewyn Davis didn’t get a Best Original Screenplay, Best Directing, or Best Picture nomination, or how Thelma Schoonbaker didn’t get an Editing nomination for The Wolf of Wall Street. I see so much vitriol towards her each day about things that are largely not in her control, about how she even carries herself and her body and how she looks, and I respect that the people posting/reblogging them have their own views and again, I don’t unfollow them. But I also reserve the right (I can’t believe I just said that) to post a text post as harmless as that one on my own blog. Similarly, is you tweeting “fuck jlaw” necessary? No, but you do it because it’s fun. I don’t think my “opinion is right because I say it is”, but I do think, out of the 500 posts that I’m going to see today about her, that I can reblog one that is slightly less aggressive . Thanks for sending this message though!
- Does he have Alzheimer’s?
- No, he just believes what people tell him.
- That’s too bad.
Written by Bob Nelson
Directed by Alexander Payne
Joshua Bronaugh (b. Würzburg, Joshua Bronaugh) - Untitled Paintings: Oil
“Is Jonze reworking his own personal history? In his ex-wife Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation (where Coppola’s alter-ego is played by Johansson—a bizarre coincidence?), the husband (a music video director) is oblivious to his wife’s alienation. Her is an admission of that obliviousness and a lament for it.”