It's just a spark, but it's enough...

Hi, my name is Emily and God and my family are everything to me. I made this blog to have a place to post all of the random edits I make. I don't think they're great, but they're not terrible in my opinion and I just want to have a place to post them.


What’s the best part? You swallowing an entire cow whole?

What’s the best part? You swallowing an entire cow whole?

I’m going to keep going until I succeed — or die. Don’t think I don’t know how this might end. I’ve known it for years.

Somehow, I’ve always known.

The Twilight Saga Cast: Michael Christopher Sheen

"One of the things I’ve always liked about [Aro] as Stephenie wrote him and hinted at in the books is the idea that he thinks of himself as this sentimental old fool who watches the young people having fun and then likes to kill them… I like the idea of someone who is constantly amusing himself. It brings a little more human to him, and I think hopefully, it allows the moments that really are horrible to be chilling… There are moments when you suddenly see how much he enjoys the violence and the general meanness. The smiles show the insanity underneath.

The Twilight Saga Cast: Hannah Dakota Fanning

"I think a lot of people who play characters say, ‘Oh, I tried to find the good in the character’ – like where the badness comes from and all that – and I was like, ‘You know what, I just think [Jane’s] just bad. She just, like, enjoys being mean.’ And that was fun."

The Twilight Saga Cast: William “Billy” Albert Burke

"I tend to gravitate towards characters that carry their damage in their hip pocket. When I read the script, even though I’ve never been married and don’t have kids yet, I felt pretty sure I could invoke the regrets and failures Charlie must feel. I know a little about not being there when I was needed most. The idea that this guy is probably consumed with emptiness but can’t show it attracted me, I guess. Beyond that, I consider the story classic poetry."

He is in grave danger.

The Twilight Saga Cast: Peter Alexander Joseph Facinelli

"Usually, when I wrap a character, there’s a three-to-five day depression that I go through because a part of you is gone. You’ll never get to play that character again. I got so used to playing Carlisle, though, that I never had to mourn the loss of him because I knew I would revisit him at some point. When we wrapped last time, I think we shot for six months. I wasn’t ready to mourn him; I was just thankful to be done."

There are some things you can’t share without ending up liking each other, and knocking out a twelve-foot mountain troll is one of them.