Kellan Lutz is smoldering sexy in this brand new feature from DuJour‘s latest issue.
Here’s what the 27-year-old actor had to share:
On his future in show business: “I want to act for the rest of my life. I’ll win an Oscar one day, but I’m in no rush to get there. I don’t care if that takes me 50 years, and I’m old. I just love what I do.”
On Twilight ending: “It really is bittersweet. It’s very much like high school…and I’m ready to graduate.”
On chemistry, one of his biggest passions: “I know a lot about chemical reactions, but it’s interesting to see how you mix two chemicals together and heat starts forming. I even made some polyurethane! (It’s what bouncy balls are made out of.) It’s great because acting has given me the resources and platform to help charities but also the money to create my inventions and pay for the patent process. Attorneys aren’t cheap!”
I've just chosen my poster boy for my campaign against unjustified self-esteem.
He things he's talented, he thinks he's got prospects, he thinks he's smart!
" Okay Kellan, I'll bet you my Oscar that you aren't gay. Damn, you suck cock good!
A girl can dream.
Dream big, but save your money.
Yeah, if he bids on one in an auction.
Well, if Natalie Portman and Renee Zellwegger have one.....
[quote]I’ll win an Oscar one day, but I’m in no rush to get there.
He'll need some new kneepads. Several pairs, likely.
Winning an Oscar validates your work.
I don't care what he does as long as he doesn't cover his pecs with fabric.
It only counts if it's a competitive Oscar.
Isn't that what Lohan used to say?
His cock is glorious and huge. He is one of five guys who I would let fuck me raw.
I don't think any of those Twilight kids will have careers once the franchise is over, which is very soon. I'm so sick of hearing about all of them.
I hope by next year, nobody cares who any of these people are.
[quote]I'll Win An Oscar One Day
At an auction?
I can't believe nobody has touched the quote about his love of chemistry and his 'inventions.'
After I win one.
If Cher can win one, ANYONE can win one. Oscars are no longer synonymous with talent.
Remember, Tom Hanks started out on a cross dressing sitcom.
[quote]If Cher can win one, ANYONE can win one. Oscars are no longer synonymous with talent.
Wow, Glenn. Just how big of a mirror did you need to scrawl that?
Unless they start giving Oscar's for pecs, he doesn't have a chance.
I love it when celebrities talk about their hobbies or interest in business just so they can seem smart.
I couldn't see him winning one in a silent movie, nevermind one in which he has to like speak and stuff. Just stand there and flex buddy.That's all you're good for.
cut or uncut? hairy hole?
A Christian himbo who's into science? That PR bullshit is so good it must be fattening.
Give it a couple of years and he'll end up being a real life Rodger from American Dad (without the wit and wigs, of course).
If he works hard, I'm certain he can win my weiner.
Kellan Lutz is the new Mark Wahlberg!
At least on DL he is, now.
I always get him confused with the other one.
Is there a difference?
Didn't film legend Tara Reid say something similar a few years ago? Also, never forget that Philip Michael Thomas coined the term EGOT, believing he would win all four major awards within a 5-year period.
And the Oscar for Best Cocksucker in a movie goes to ...
I never knew that Phillip Michael Thomas, of all people, coined the term EGOT. The things I have learned from Datalounge!
[quote]Kellan Lutz is the new Mark Wahlberg!
When did Kellan beat a man causing him to be permanently blind in one eye?
Kellan Lutz is a revelation in "Twilight: Breaking Dawn 2"...already saw his performance, it's much bigger in this film.
Please, he's wooden even in that stupid Time Warner commercial.
I'm with R17, I want to hear more about his "inventions" and "patents" because I'm sure they're fantastic.
He's practically Megamind.
At least he has some goals beyond the next drunken Hollywood orgy like so many young actors.
Honestly, it kind of makes me like him better. If you can't have talent, you might as well have ambition.
Lutz will never win an Oscar, but I want him to win some kind of award for his guest appearance on "30 Rock" tonight.
He was funny on 30 Rock. Maybe he'll be back next week.
He's got a bit of a flair for comedy.
That was a surprisingly pervy scene on 30 Rock!
It was awesome.
He only has a nice chest. Perhaps a big, juicy cock. His face is average and I bet he uses poppers (Jungle Juice) and vibrating cockrings from Trojans. I wonder if he shaves his butthole. I know for sure he fingers himself with Irish Springs soap before getting fucked.
He was adorable on 30 Rock, and yes the scene was pretty pervy and homoerotic. Lutz is the only one of those Twilight people I can stand - he has a sense of humor about himself and is always pleasant and self-deprecating in interviews - seems like an OK guy, unlike the rest of those surly, entitled twats.
"Oh my God. I'm back. I'm home. All the time, it was... We finally really did it ... You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!"
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