Kimberly Sherman has come through for Twilight fans once again with am exclusive interview with Kellan Lutz. Kellan opens up about his career, respect, and dealing with paparazzi. What did Kellan have to say about being a superstar?
Everyone’s so loving and supporting- there’s no haters. There’s so many Twilight fans that have given me presents- gummy bears or chew toys for my dog. It’s so humbling; people wanting to have a picture with me or wanting me to sign something. It’s so endearing.
But when we’re here working 12, 14, 16 hour days, on our off days we just want to be a normal human being and go get a bite to eat or go play pool and be normal. We just want to get out of our hotel rooms or apartments, but we can’t, and that’s a tough thing. And we don’t always want to have to look our best. I just love dressing comfy to go out, but we can’t because there’s always photographers there.
Awwww, I feel so bad for him. It’s got to be hard trying to deal with fame on that level. I think Sherman does a great job in her article of stressing to fans that there is a line that doesn’t need to be crossed with our favorite Twilight stars. She writes:
The next time you’re tempted to check out that salacious picture of your favorite Twilight star caught “in the act,” be it working out, eating, grabbing a coffee, walking a dog, or catching a ciggy break in the dark, take a deep breath, resist temptation to gawk, and allow the actor to maintain what little bit of privacy s/he can.
It’s the least we, as fans, can do for the actors committed to bringing the story of the Cullen clan and the Twilight Saga from the pages of the black, glossy books, to life on the big screen.