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Couldn't wait until you got home? Kristen Stewart left the cinema following the Breaking Dawn premiere in a scruffy outfit.

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The year-old actress swapped her designer dress for jeans and trainers. She looked a world away from the glamorous girl who had arrived at the venue just a couple of hours earlier. While Kirsten decided to change, her boyfriend Robert was still looking smart in his Burberry suit as he made his exit. And while the pair had been seen looking extremely amorous together on the red carpet, after the film Kristen looked like she just wanted to get back to her hotel.

Quite the statement: Kristen's jacket had the words 'God loves ugly' written on the back.

He didn't have the same idea: While Kristen got changed Robert was still looking smart when he left the screening. Not so touchy feely now: Despite an amorous display on the red carpet Kristen looked disinterested as she left the cineam. While Rob still had a smile across his face it appeared that Kristen was not in the mood to mingle anymore. Before the screening the British actor had told 6, fans that the series had 'changed everything' about his life.

The character and the whole experience combined for me. Looking shift: Kristen appeared to be feeling uncomfortable and looked a far cry from her confident self just an hour or so earlier.

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Celebrating with a beer: The couple were seen being driven away in a car and there was a bucket of beers at Kristen's feet. Kristen also said a few words earlier in the evening and described the end of the series as 'a trip'.

She said: 'This is weird, right? Dressed to thrill: Kristen looked every inch the Hollywood starlet in the daring gown. I feel pretty good. Amid rumours that the film franchise may extend further, Stewart did not rule out reprising her role. Asked if she would be involved in any future Twilight films, she said: 'Yeah. Cuddling up together: Kristen and Robert appeared close and were seen cuddling as they posed for pictures. No guesses who is her boyfriend: As Kristen posed for photos with Rob and Taylor she was seen leaning into her man. That's one huge make-under! Share this article Share.

Share or comment on this article: Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2 premiere: Kristen Stewart ditches racy jumpsuit for scruffy outfit e-mail. Behind those triumphant gestures lies the long, intricate love story of the title. This nonfiction comic from Finland promises two love stories: one personal, one political, and both entwined. The author, a well-known feminist artist, falls for Mikko, an engineering student horrors!! The second is between the two of them and Annikki, a housing co-op whose history Takalo traces through the Middle Ages, industrialization, and up to the present day.

The story may be set in Finland, but the plot is universal. Tiitu and Mikko dream of a home larger than the box they live in, and after years of community action and sweat equity by all concerned, they move into their dream apartment. Along the way, as anyone knows who has rehabbed a building, they will either break their bonds or forge stronger ones. And along the way we, the readers, learn more about Finnish history and the development of Tampere, the city in which Annikki is located, than we thought we wanted to know. We discover the roots of a cooperative culture that still has echoes in the United States and can identify with community activists who fight against the power of developers, real estate interests, and city hall.

So, who else will love this book? Every panel invites a second and then a third look. Each section has its own story and character — from the earthy browns and woodcut-style figures of the Middle Ages to the vibrant dancers at a rock concert who fairly leap off the page. They are different communities, living in different times, and we learn of their dreams and struggles. There are allusions to its left-wing history and to the lingering pall of the violence of the civil war and slaughter of the Red Guards in Tampere.

Today, the town is home to high-tech industries and has a vibrant music and art scene. The Annikki poetry festival draws large crowds every two years. Think San Francisco or Brooklyn. And like those other cities where the industrial base has disappeared, housing prices have skyrocketed. Developers have moved in to tear down old stock and build high-rises.

In scenes familiar to any activist in this country, we see the town meetings, the canvassing for petition signers, the disappointment as effort after effort stalls and it seems as if the developers and their friends in high places will win. And we see the determination of people who will not give up. There are the meetings, the endless meetings.

Would-be residents debate everything from colors for common spaces to what kinds of fixtures to install and which contractors to hire. Takalo screams at Mikko when he orders black light switches for their new home.

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She wanted white. She gets a grip and does some self-talk to stop sweating the small stuff. Like the effort to create and maintain community, or nurture a relationship, for that matter, the story never ends. Finns brought their co-operative ethos to the shores of the United States, creating the first housing co-ops in New York City and inspiring other socialists in unions to build co-ops for workers.

When we read radical history and labor history, we can only imagine the struggles of our forebears. By showing, rather than telling, Takalo inspires us to create our own community love stories. So we put it in the movie. We had to sustain a level of energy, especially making movies. We had long days on set. Despite how the movie was made, Cheech and Chong are proud of how they blazed a trail pun always intended for marijuana legalization today if not just by normalizing it in the movies.

You can make rope, fabric, fuel — you can do everything with it.


It also the answer to the opioid crisis. When people are waiting for their dose of heroin, they smoke a joint and they survive until their dose comes in some cases.

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One point where Marin and Chong seem to diverge regarding legalization is with forgiving the criminal records of people who have been convicted of marijuana offenses. In fact, the told the judge. It was worth it.

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Cheech and Chong knew they had a hit on their hands when they held test screenings in three cities in Texas — Houston, the hip, liberal city, Dallas, where the conservatives were, and San Antonio, where there was a larger Hispanic population. It killed. Adler also ran the film by his good friend Jack Nicholson, who gave it a painful thumbs up. I could judge where the joke hit and not to go over the joke. He almost wanted me to stop.

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Except for The Corsican Brothers , each of the films continued the mythos of Pedro and Man, even if they stopped using those names. Marin, Chong and Adler are now all on good terms today. Cheech and Chong still tour, and they appeared with their former producer-director though not together in bonus content for the box set.

Each is still incredibly proud of the way the film broke through barriers — a feat that seems even greater in hindsight.