Twilight – 48% is one of the worst vampire sagas. The novels leave much to be desired in terms of literary quality. They arent good. Movies based on them did not solve this problem. They are remembered by many as something to avoid at all costs if they see them happening on television.
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Its impact for the worse is so enormous that it has forever affected the public’s perception of the two leading actors. Every time a new project with Robert Pattinson or Kristen Stewart is announced, a lot of people start with the teasing and the memes because in their imaginations they reduce them both to just that group of horrendous movies. Both have shown their talents in other types of films over the years. In the case of the actress, people need to see films like Las Nubes de María – 89% or Ghosts of the Past – 79%. The reality is, it’s never a good idea to reduce an actor to a single role in a mediocre film or franchise. You are going to end up missing out on a lot of good things for having that kind of mindset.
Today the actress is on everyone’s lips for a different reason. She stars in Pablo Larraín’s latest film, which is called Spencer – 90%. And she does not play just any character, but the very Lady di, whose real name is Diana Frances Spencer. Curiously, the actress has just revealed that the bad experience with the press that she had derived from going out in these abominations helped her to be able to play that noblewoman. That’s how it is. They are not misreading. That was said in an interview for CinemaBlend. It was of some use to come out in those movies. Here his words about the horrible experiences derived from Twilight who helped her play Princess Diana:
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I know what it’s like to feel cornered in a corner. I know what it’s like to feel rebellious and then feel a type of remorse for that, because suddenly you are defined as someone rebellious. You have no idea how many times people have told me, so you don’t give a shit about everything, huh? ‘ Are you kidding? Is that really your impression? Since it’s actually the opposite of that. It is desperately the opposite. It’s a tangled idea, but I definitely understand what it feels like to want a human connection and actually, ironically, to feel distance from the amount that is thrown at you.
In other words, the reputation and the mistreatment derived from the fame that gave him Twilight It allows you to empathize and understand what Princess Diana was going through by being royalty and being in the spotlight, but having an unhappy and repressed life.
On the other hand, in an interview for InStyle he had already talked about the fact that he was in a period in which he had to hide his way of being and act cautiously because of his fame and also how this affected his LGBT identity:
I felt like maybe there were things that had hurt the people I’ve been with. Not because I was ashamed to be openly gay, but because, in a way, I didn’t like giving myself up to the public. It felt like a robbery. This was a period of time where I was a bit cautious.
Going back to Spencer, in that same interview he spoke about what was the main difficulty in playing that historical character:
The accent intimidates me too much, because people know that voice, and it is so, so different and particular, I am working on it now and I already have my dialect coach. In terms of research, I have read two and a half biographies and I am finishing all the material before I go to make the film. It’s one of the saddest stories ever, and I don’t want to just play Diana, I want to know her implicitly. By the way, I haven’t been that excited about playing a role in so long.
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