Kellan Lutz, genius: “I’ll win an Oscar one day, but I’m in no rush to get there”

Kellan Lutz has a particularly Kellan Lutzy interview in the new issue of something called “DuJour Magazine.” DuJour is a real thing, although Kellan Lutz forgives all of the non-Kellan Lutzes out there for thinking that the magazine might just be some fly-by-night pro-Kellan Lutz propaganda. Kellan Lutz does not DO Kellan Lutz propaganda. Kellan Lutz is merely the most important actor in the world. Kellan Lutz is the next Robert DeNiro. Kellan Lutz is the next Al Pacino. Kellan Lutz is the next Marlon Brando. Kellan Lutz is the next James Dean. Kellan Lutz is the next Charlie Chaplin. Kellan Lutz is the next Christian Bale! Kellan Lutz is the next Colin Firth. Imagine that all of those actors mixed together in some kind of hearty, beefy stew, and THAT is KELLAN LUTZ. Or so says Kellan Lutz. Kellan Lutz is trying to convince the non-Kellan Lutzes that Kellan Lutz will win an Oscar. But Kellan Lutz isn’t “in a rush” for it or anything. Hahahaha. Via DuJour:

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!”

[From DuJour via Just Jared]

“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.” Kellan Lutz sounds like Lindsay Lohan. This is what it looks like, by the way, when Kellan Lutz isn’t barn-storming the Academy with Oscar-worthy performance after Lutzy Oscar-worthy performance. Kellan Lutz wants you to think Kellan Lutz is biding Kellan Lutz’s time. Kellan Lutz is all about underestimating Kellan Lutz… for now. Then, BAM. Kellan Lutz will blow you away and Kellan Lutz will win an Oscar. Just like that.

As for the chemistry stuff… I have no doubt that Kellan Lutz has a laboratory in which Kellan Lutz conducts “experiments”. Those experiments probably involved dismembered hobos. *shiver*

Photos courtesy of WENN.

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  1. marie says:

    ha ha ha, he’ll win an Oscar as soon as I buy the winning lottery ticket..

    • mzthirtyeight says:

      I’ll just bet the odds are much more stacked in YOUR favor here. That guy is delusional! (And frankly, creeply looking-he’s suposed to be hot?!)

    • Micki says:

      He’d better be in a rush for it otherwise he’ll get it posthum.

    • Me Too says:

      Saw this guy on one of those dumb entertainment shows and OMG is he short on anything upstairs…he makes Kim Kardashian, Paris Hilton and LILO look like members of the brain trust. I was embarrassed for him in all his glory. I hope he saved his money cuz in a few years no one will remember his name.

  2. brin says:

    Kellan Lutz better not hold Kellan Lutz’s breath waiting for that Oscar.

  3. Miss Kiki says:

    Has Kellan lutz finally manage to out Kellan Lutz himself with this interview? Or am I just so in awe of Kellan Lutz that I can’t see straight? OMG I’VE BEEN KELLAN LUTZED!!

  4. dooliloo says:


  5. Anna says:

    Damn, he’s really smart cookie. 😛

    Seriously-SIT DOWN, dude.

  6. mia girl says:

    You are all confused. He’s referring to a much less known sister award to the OSCAR Award…

    O ther
    S tatue
    C rap
    A ctors
    R eceive

  7. Mari says:

    He will be lucky if someone remembers his name in two years.

    • Miss Kiki says:

      Mari what are you talking about?! Kellan Lutz is the greatest actor of our generation, no one will ever forget him or his serial killer eyes.

      • Amelia says:

        Hmm, on the serial killer eyes front, who wins?
        Kellan Lutz and his ice-skatery name which needs to be immortalised by Marchesa?
        Or Bradley Cooper?

      • Miss Kiki says:

        OMG, Blake Lively need to do a red carpet wearing ‘Kellan Lutz’ by Marchesa.

        Bradley Cooper has always just looked like a smug mother-jeffer to me. If we’re talking crazy eyes look no further than Ray Liotta, I was re-watching ‘Heartbreakers’ last night and couldn’t work out if he’d screw me then kill me, kill me then screw or both at the same time.

    • Kimbob says:

      Best. Comment. EVER!

  8. flan says:

    I will too, the year after I win a Grammy and a Nobel prize.

  9. Kimbob says:

    BTW, I think those steroids he’s taken to get those lutzy muscles all the women swoon over has finally started screwing w/this hair.

    I’ve never seen his hair looking like this before…so un-lutzy….so rat’s nesty.

    • Veruca says:

      I think Kellan Lutz’s hair stands a better chance of winning that Oscar. It shows more versatility than Kellan Lutz does.

  10. Liv says:

    Yeah, dream on, kiddo.

  11. Merman says:

    Maybe he fell and hit his head during one of his very plausible “tree climbing,book reading” activities.

  12. Anname says:

    It seems he really doesn’t understand his career prospects!

    I wonder how much he resents Rob Pattinson, you know since Kellen could have had that Edward role if he’d went for it 🙂

  13. says:

    Of course he will win an Oscar. And it’ll be for the leading role he’ll play opposite Lohan when she wins her Oscar as well.

  14. Anna says:

    His face is SO malicious and SO HIDEOUS.

  15. Charlotte says:

    His face pains me. Combine that with what comes out of his mouth and I am at a loss. Where is the appeal???

  16. dooliloo says:

    “It’s a Kellan journey, every journey ends but I Kellan go on.
    World turns and I Kellan won’t turn with it.
    Big Kellan plans appear. Big Kellan dreams take over.
    And wherever I Kellan go, there I Kellan am, with my Kellan luck, my Kellan fate, my Kellan fortune… My Kellutopia…

    Lutzy No. 5. Inevitable.”

    • angie says:

      Omg, best comment.
      I’m laughing so hard right now, just trying to imagine kellan lutz looking at the camera and reading these lines, with his kellan lutzy serious face.

    • Miss Kiki says:

      Mega lolz. You’re making it really hard for me to pretend that I’m working!

    • Brown says:

      I have been loving the fact that you haven’t posted anything other than Chanel No 5 parodies for almost a week now. Awesome.

      I seriously cannot handle the mental image of KELLAN LUTZ in a lab coat performing chemical reactions and writing them all down in his Lisa Frank notebook and applying for patents… I think I love KELLAN LUTZ the chemist even more than KELLAN LUTZ the actor.

    • SusieQ says:


      ROTFLMAO!! Brilliant!! Just brilliant!!

    • truthSF says:

      I would like to thank Brad Pitt for his commercial, because he gave Dooliloo the best material to make us laugh.

    • lucy2 says:

      I love this.

    • I Choose Me says:

      BAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Oh lord I’m in in stitches right now. Stitches! I think this is the best Brad Pitt/Inevitable meme to to date.

  17. NerdMomma says:

    I read this post to laugh at him about the Oscar, and ended up laughing way harder about his “knowledge of chemical reactions.” What is he talking about? Like, my 7 year old has a little book that shows him how to do stuff like mix baking soda with vinegar. That’s exactly what I imagine Lutz doing. If he was doing anything for real, he’s say he was studying chemistry, right? But he’s still fascinated by the fact that you can mix two chemicals together and it produces heat.

    OMG he thinks he’s inventing stuff. JUST like my 7 year old.

    • angie says:

      And I love when he says “It’s great because acting has given me (…) the money to create my INVENTIONS”. Omg, Kellan Lutz will not only win an oscar but also nobel prize in chemistry, guys. But he’s in no rush to get there. He doesn’t care if that takes him 50 years XD

      • jen d. says:

        I had written a comment about chemistry sets for kids, but saw downthread that Lucy had already said the exact same thing but in a funnier way;)

    • LittleDeadGirl says:

      I was thinking the same thing. My six year old nephew told me yesterday when we were painting that he is a scientist of mixing colors. It was so cute and it was exactly what popped in my head at the chemical reactions bit. The boy is sooo stupid … but my god I love his interviews. He seriously brightened my day ..

  18. Adrien says:

    In the meantime, he could play Jon Gosselin. He looks Asian.

  19. Lucy2 says:

    Inventions and patents? I’d be willing to bet he’s just hanging out in his garage with one of those play chemistry kits for children. And probably getting confused by it. When ice in a drink melts, he probably yells “Kellan Lutz invented water!”

  20. lizzi says:

    This. Is. Amazing. HAHAHA

  21. Ming says:

    Next week on “The Biggest Lutz”:

    “I only accept Nobel Prizes for peace and literature !”

  22. Lexiboo says:

    What in the heck is going on with his arms in the first pic???? Is it normal to get white spots like that from tanning?

  23. Hakura says:

    Well, if you’re going to be deluded, you may as well take it all the way.

    His eyes seriously creep me out. I hate guys with ‘squinty’ eyes.

  24. Rux says:

    He’s in Twilight?

  25. SusieQ says:

    THIS is the reason I read Celebitchy every day!

    A Lutzy post by Kaiser has brought out some of the best comments from the awesomest readers! Love it!!!

  26. lower-case deb says:

    i guess it’s inevitable.
    this is about the only job that does not require him to walk around or be known as “K.Lutz”

    imagine going to the dentist and seeing “Dr. K.LUTZ, D.D.S” on the door.
    i’d probably leave, or faint then leave.

  27. Sloane Wyatt says:

    Aww, Kellan Lutz seems like an amiable enough dude and harmless at that.

  28. Skipper says:

    Where are the little arrows in the comments section on my mobile theme? Is this me or the site?

  29. keats says:

    His HOBBY. is CHEMISTRY. good lord.

  30. Melymori says:

    It’s one thing to have an ego as big as a house, but to be this delusional?, it’s just too much…Although I bet you Mr. Academy winner in 50 years Lutz is over the moon seeing that all this gossip sites are talking about his Oscar dreams. I can’t remember where I read it, but someone said that after the interview Ashley gave to Marie Claire as if she were playing “Bella” we should expect something similar from Kellan, well it only took 2 days hahahaha

  31. Sweet Dee says:

    Excellent post, Kaiser.

    He’s passionate about chemistry? I have a bachelor’s in chemistry and I’m having a hard time getting on board with that. I, too, made polyurethane in organic lab and it was a remarkably mundane lesson. It’s not that people can’t be passionate about chemistry, but those people are generally, you know, chemists. And the rest of us think they’re dorks because the actual chemistry reactions are just the benign details of a much larger picture.

    Anyhoodle, he looks like a cartoon villain.

    • LittleDeadGirl says:

      Don’t be jealous you can’t get a patent for your work Sweet Dee! Lutzy will show you real chemistry. Stop playing the lab … let Lutz do the work.

  32. Chelley says:

    Guess Kristen Stewart is not the only Twilight star that has a big ego. I like how he says “I WILL win an Oscar” instead of “I hope to win an Oscar”. Yeah, because playing an irrelevant character in one of the worst movie series of all time will get you far.

  33. hoya_chick says:

    Hahaha I saw this last night and my first thought was: I cannot wait for the Kaiser write up tomorrow. You didn’t disappoint! What’s in the Twilight water? He and that Ashley Greene person really think they are special don’t they……keep the gems coming Kellan Lutz.

  34. bns says:

    Jonah Hill was nominated and Sandra Bullock has one while Gary Oldman just received his FIRST nomination last year. Anything is possible with the Academy.

    • Veruca says:

      And Cruise has been nominated TWICE! We watched “Tinker Tailor…” the other night. Very well done.

      Gary Oldman could fart onscreen for two hours and would still show more talent than 3/4 of the people in Hollywood. The fact they’ve ignored him (and didn’t reward him) is disgusting.

      • bns says:

        I’m actually glad he doesn’t have one. He’s on another level of greatness and doesn’t need to be grouped with mediocrity.

      • Veruca says:

        @bns —

        You know, I hadn’t considered that. You make a very good point.

        Maybe we should start our own awards. The Celebitch?

      • bns says:


        1) I love the name Veruca 🙂

        2) We should totally start our own awards show. We can start by going back and giving awards to all of the people who were robbed the first time. Like, Mickey Rourke for The Wrestler, Viola Davis for Doubt, Joaquin Phoenix for Walk the Line, Edward Norton for American History X. Other suggestions?

      • Veruca says:

        Roy Scheider for All That Jazz. John Goodman for The Big Lebowski. Geoffrey Rush every time he’s in a film…

        (oh, and thanks for the name love. 😀 I want to be Veruca Salt when I grow up. I want the world. The whole world! Don’t care how! Oooh… starting to sound a bit like the Cracken…)

    • Anname says:

      Once I learned about all the campaigning that needed to be done to even get the nomination – it became a total farce to me. When nominees are predicted in June, based on movies not even released yet, it’s just ridiculous. Oscars is a club you have to beg to get into, and if you suck-up enough, maybe they’ll let you in. Oh, and there is always the wild card like Jonah Hill just to show how “fair” it all is.

      • bns says:

        I agree. I take awards season with a grain of salt. Plenty of amazingly talented actors (Kenneth Branagh, Gary Oldman, Edward Norton) don’t even have one, and great actors are snubbed all of the time. I can’t even take it seriously. When Natalie Portman beat Annette Bening and Michelle Williams last year, I was done. The Oscars are turning into the MTV Movie Awards.

  35. LisaMarie says:


    Ok, mixing vinegar and baking soda does not make you a chemist. Getting the bouncy ball recipe off of pinterest doesn’t either. Lol!

  36. Annie says:

    I cannot hate this guy. All the times I’ve met him (which is several? Wtf my life) he’s been super nice and sweet. I do remember thinking he wasn’t that hot in person, and then “Why is he orange?” But dude is super nice. Way nice to fans, great with children (he’s like a kid himself) and overall, a giant teddy bear. When he was filming Breaking Dawn and everyone was busy with the dramz~ and the partying, he was volunteering and building houses for the homeless in New Orleans. Volunteer labor. For charity. Who else in the cast has gotten their hands dirty for charity? I think two minor cast members joined him. Also, he’s no dummy, he’s a chemical engineer. Who else in the cast has a degree? Just saying…

    I wish he dressed better and quit the cheesyness. I’d be willing to think he wasn’t being smug when he said he will get an Oscar one day. That’s just wishful thinking that he said out loud. And wtf Kellan, you’re not supposed to say that :/ it comes across like incredibly deluded.

    Dude needs to snap back to reality. He really wanted to be Captain America. Like, he tried desperately to even audition. He has no legitimate body of work yet.

    • HotPockets says:

      I am shocked. All of that kind of makes me like him. He is a lot more likable then the rest of the cast.

      • Veruca says:

        As much as I do enjoy snarking on the man, I must confess that he seems a very nice guy. I’m also glad he has hobbies that require thinking (that’s a really big deal in LA), even if they do seem nerdy to others (I’m a science geek). He could be another Situation. **shudders**

    • amanda says:

      He left school to pursue acting, as a chemical engineer myself I have to point out the huge difference between starting and finishing your degree. You can’t call yourself a chemical engineer if you don’t actually graduate!

      • Melymori says:

        Mmm he actually was going to study chemestry but decided acting was his thing, so I don’t think you can even say he studied and then dropped out….
        Also the charity thing he did during filming Breaking Dawn at the time it seemed like a publicity stunt, becuse he was repeting it over and over again like parakeet, I really hate when artists shout to the world their charity work wanting acknowledgment of how good they are….

    • Kimbob says:

      @Annie, thanks so much for sharing about your own personal experience w/him. THIS is why I like to read the blogger comments….to find out what else someone may personally know about a celeb. To hear their input from personal interactions.

      I mean, I like to read the write-ups…but most times the write-ups are about frivolous, many times not true, and patently obvious physical attributes that anyone can see.

      Again, thanks for letting us know about your own interactions/real observations about Kellan. Now I feel kinda bad/ashamed for putting in my stupid two-cent comments above…..head hanging down LOW!

      I’ve DEFINITELY changed my opinion of him from what you’ve said. How can you NOT LIKE someone who gives/contributes to those less fortunate….AND NOT ADVERTISING IT FROM THE ROOFTOPS. You see, that is what’s most important…that Kellan is not out there tooting his own horn, trying to make front-page headlines about his charity work….THAT’S HUMILITY.

  37. Stacia says:

    Before winning that Oscar, he has to do something with that bird’s nest on his head.

  38. HotPockets says:

    He was so good in that movie, Immortals. He just stood there shirtless and wasn’t given a single speaking line, he had about two minutes of screen time, if you blinked your eyes you might have missed him.

  39. Katie says:

    I’m sorry Kellan Lutz, I can’t hear you over that skeevy facial hair and polyester suit.

  40. amanda says:

    Lutz needs to wake up and realize he is a Mario Lopez not a George Clooney.

  41. Jennika says:

    bahaaha! Kaiser I saw this yesterday and am soo happy you wrote about it! 🙂 I love these Kellen Lutz stories. I love reading them when I’m in a bad mood, and I just come out snorting laughing haha

  42. Chickie Baby says:

    Well, at least he gives us something to smirk about on a Thursday.

    Thanks, Kellan Lutz! How would we ever survive without you to brighten our world?

  43. Teka says:

    Gary Oldman, Leonardo DiCaprio, Joaquin Phoenix, Johnny Depp, Peter O’Toole (Honorary Oscar doesn’t count) and many others ACTORS say “HI”.

    Wake up, big boy.

  44. yael says:

    good god he’s unattractive.

  45. Madison says:

    Not wrong with being super confident, but dude come on, your chances of winning are the same as mine and I’m not even an actress.

  46. Meow Mix says:

    I can’t remember Lutzing so hard in my entire life. I actually was Lutzing so hard that I started to cry. Thanks everyone for making my day.

  47. Apples says:

    OMG dying at this kid thinking he will win an Oscar someday… and admitting it.

    Here is an example of his OVERacting skills:

    He can’t even read a map with subtlety!

  48. Dredz says:

    Errr… How is he going to accomplish that? Isn’t he supposed to act first?

  49. Stubbylove says:

    If he thinks he’s going to win an Oscar someday – get ready to be really disappointed Lutzy.

  50. A says:

    Oh Lutzy. Never change. That said, I was surprised to read that he landed the role of Tarazan in some upcoming CGI crapfest…it will probably be total crap, but make a lot of money. So Lutzy will be around for a bit longer, and giving out these nuggets of gold.

  51. Narak says:

    I think he would be perfect in a TV movie as Kato Kaitlin… think about it!

  52. Twez says:

    He is totally ready for the center square with that suit, that facial hair, and that unfortunate hair color.

  53. Mrs. Harrison Ford says:

    Producing, maybe, but definitely not acting