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New Beginnings

A few days ago I made the decision to stop blogging and reporting on news about Rob and Kristen (or as my family called it----" i had a meltdown"). Truth is, I just wasn't happy with a lot of things, things I won't revisit here because this post is after all about New Beginnings. That was then this is now.
In the days that passed, I've reflected on that decision and I felt nothing but miserable. Why? Because I feel like I gave in. Life is about "sticking it out" (as my father mentioned to me this weekend). I started the blog 7 months ago because I truly am fascinated by Rob and Kristen, that has not changed, won't change. So after giving it some thought and with a new helper on board I've decided to start a new live journal community dedicated to my guilty pleasures, Rob and Kristen at [info]pattinsonstew
With that said, I hope you find our new community a valuable source for all things Rob and Kristen! You can also find us on twitter at @PattinsonStew


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Nov. 30th, 2011 11:03 pm (UTC)
The Co-Star in a Film Can Make or Break an Actor’s Career
As a published writer and screenwriter, who has edited and ghostwritten numerous movies and books, I analyze and critique films from all decades. I notice that a co-star can make or break a movie and the stars career. For example, I recently saw a 1950s film with Clark Gable, called Solider of Fortune, in which he had wanted Grace Kelly as a co-star, but she got married to her prince and no longer acted at this time, and along come Susan Hayward for the co-star in Soldier of Fortune. But Susan Hayward looked rather old and tired, frumpy. She just didn’t have a fresh youthful appearance about herself. Her tired look marred the entire film. Susan Hayward, like Jane Russell, has a hard look; but maybe were cutie when they were young. This was unfortunate for Clark Gable, because he was older but still handsome as ever, but his career was weaning about this time, and in this film had he worked with Grace Kelly who was quite modern, elegant and fresh looking it could have revitalized his career. But after doing the film with Susan Hayward, Clark Gable's career dwindled after Soldier of Fortune and never recovered, then he died. www.elainenorth.com