Kellan Lutz is a supporting actor in the Twilight franchise, and doesn’t have much else high-profile parts on his resume. Despite this, Lutz has told the latest issue of DuJour magazine that he will win an Oscar award one day. He says, “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.” Bit presumptuous, but to each his own.
He also calls Twilight ending very ‘bittersweet’, saying, “It’s very much like high school…and I’m ready to graduate.”
He adds that he will always be grateful to Twilight for giving him the money and resources to be involved in charity and to also indulge in his other passion, chemistry. He says, “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!”
Lutz has also spoken up about Twilight, saying that the first script didn't make sense and that he didn't like it.