Joffrey “googly eyes” Baratheon
Jennifer Lawrence covers Psychologies Magazine’s June 2014 issue (cred.)
"Josh and I have a really hard time acting together, when we have to make eye contact it’s hard for us not to just laugh. I know Josh so well that when he starts acting like a different person, it’s just funny and he feels the same way about me."
Jennifer Lawrence on the Kelly and Michael set (April 21)
For those of you that can’t read that, it says:
…the conversation then moves to America’s current sweetheart Jennifer Lawrence. Her feeling towards her infamous stumble at the ceremony’s red carpet is pretty evident.
"She’s so fake and I’m sorry I’m not going to fuck for roles."
I feel sorry for her. I tried to believe she could make a come back this time - she actually was a decent actress before - but in that same article it says that she was drinking vodka during the interview. It makes me think she doesn’t give a crap about recovering or her career and probably said this about Jennifer for the “shock value” - since it’s obvious she’s one of the most (if not the most) relevant young actresses these days.
when people say everlark wasn’t real i’m like ???? she literally says real at the end of mockingjay when he asks her if she loves him. she LITERALLY said real
It’s actually funny how people always seem to pin it on Peeta, that he was the one who didn’t deserve…
the issue i had is that even though he had that issue with being brainwashed, he was still abusive to her. like i understand that “it wasn’t his fault” but honestly if you use that argument than an abusive drunk isn’t at fault. and that’s ridiculous.
i felt that katniss started off as a wonderful feminist influence that turned into a weak little girl who needed a man to validate her. the whole love thing with gale and peeta was literally the entirety of the third book with her “not knowing who to choose” and such and it drove me insane.
i might be reading too far between the lines. but the only reason i read that is because she was a strong female character. but by the end she just wasn’t.
HE WAS HIJACKED, IT’S NOT THE SAME AS BEING AN ABUSIVE DRUNK. He had absolutely no control over his mind and he did not choose for this to happen to him. He literally did not have control over his mind.
And oh my gosh, this is actually laughable. A girl who goes through a traumatic experience and is overwhelmed by grief is automatically a “weak little girl who needed a man to validate her.” YES, BECAUSE WOMEN CANNOT FALL IN LOVE OR ELSE THEY ARE WEAK. Seriously. Your definition of feminism is frightening. Katniss need Peeta because she loved him, not because she needed him to take down President Snow or the oppressive government. She needed him because she simply cared about him and loved him genuinly, and he was her emotional support as she was his because no one else understood.
Not knowing who to choose was the entirety of the third book? Really? How about a revolution? War? How war is NOT what we normally see in the movies, where heroes swoop in to save the day and everyone goes home unharmed? But war is PTSD (Katniss), war is prisoners of war (Johanna, Annie, Peeta), war is missions that fail and where good people die (Finnick), war is kids growing up and not ever meeting their parents who died (Finnick’s kid), families who get torn apart by war (Katniss and her mom, even though they do re-connect to some level after). War is people who want freedom and justice and end up seeking revenge- their anger takes over and they end up participating in war crimes (Gale, btw, don’t go attacking me for saying this, I’m not holding him as the only one responsible, but he did participate). War is fighting a dictatorship just to have another dictatorship take over. War is some people moving seamlessly from government to government, participating in crimes, without ever being prosecuted for them (Plutarch). War is not clean, fast, video game like, like it’s often portrayed in movies. It’s bloody, it’s damaging, it destroys cities, families, friendship and people. It is unjust (just remember Plutarch never paying for the crimes he participated in). But there is hope for people who go through it. They’re not damaged beyond repair. There is hope.