“[Kristen] felt connected to [Robert] from the first moment. That electricity, or love at first sight, or whatever it is … [I told Robert] ‘You’ve got to realize that Kristen is 17 years old. She’s underage. You’ve got to focus, dude, or you’re going to be arrested.’ I made him swear on a stack of Bibles.”
—original “Twilight” director Catherine Hardwicke talks about Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart‘s auditions for their iconic roles. They apparently met for the first time in Hardwicke’s kitchen and rehearsed a kissing scene on her bed. [People]
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“Snow White and the Huntsman” is already highly anticipated, even though it hasn’t even started filming yet. That’s because Charlize Theron will reportedly be playing the Evil Queen and Viggo Mortensen will most likely be playing the hunter she charges with killing Snow White, but who can’t do it and instead becomes her mentor. Now the movie’s stock is about to rise even higher—Kristen Stewart is reportedly in talks to play Snow White. This is a change, as the producers had said they wanted to go with an unknown.
So how will K-Stew do as Snow White? After the jump, a side-by-side comparison of the two ladies. Keep reading »
“It’s always awkward in a way if you’re doing it with anybody. It really depends on how it’s staged and stuff. It’s like doing Twister.”
—Robert Pattinson is not the biggest fan of filming sex scenes. Here’s what he had to say about his big one with Kristen Stewart in “Breaking Dawn.” A 12 hour game of Twister does sound awkward. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
Vogue may be the biggest fashion magazine in the world, with the most talented photographers and retouchers at their disposal, but even they are capable of tragic Photoshop butchery. Poor cover girl Kristen Stewart. She’s been rendered almost unrecognizable in one of the photographs featured in the February issue. Surely Anna Wintour didn’t approve this?! [via Cover Awards] Keep reading »
When Kristen Stewart stepped on stage last night at the 2011 People’s Choice Awards to accept her “Best Actress” award, all eyes were on her sparkly gold mini-dress, towering black heels, long shapely gams and, of course, her beautiful lengthy locks.
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A dorky thing I love—listening to the cast and crew commentary on DVD editions of movies and TV joys. I always enjoy hearing the behind-the-scenes tidbits, and getting an insider’s perspective on whatever I’m watching. So I’m happy to hear that the DVD of “Eclipse” contains commentary with Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattison, which is mainly the two of them bantering about Kristen’s wig and how inappropriate Robert thinks it is that Bella pursues a friendship with Jacob while she and Edward are together. A sample moment, from when Bella meets the wolf pack, sans shirts: Keep reading »
“I haven’t put the one on yet. It’s such a big decision. I have a little hand in having a decision–or having an opinion more–but I think it’s pretty much up to Stephenie. I’m not quite sure exactly what it’s going to look like, but it will be beautiful, I’m sure.”
—Kristen Stewart talks about picking a wedding dress … for her character Bella Swan in “Breaking Dawn” [People] Keep reading »
Kristen Stewart is very aware of her many lesbian admirers who refer to themselves as “Krisbians.” And these so-called “Krisbians” are really pissing her older brother off. Hmm … her older brother Cameron? Or is that code for her publicity boyfriend Robert Pattinson? She seems awfully flustered discussing lesbianism. Don’t think we haven’t noticed the way she looks at her BFF, Dakota Fanning. As one of my “Krisbian” friends says, “She’s gayer than a pocketbook full of rainbows.” I am inclined to agree. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
“Doing this movie … one shocking thing was to find how easy it is [to flaunt your sexuality]. Like, I went to a strip club with the director and the costume designer and it being an odd grouping of people going into a strip club in the middle of the afternoon, I was, like, straight-up offered a job. And then walking around New Orleans wearing the kind of stuff I was wearing literally could be like boom, boom, boom, done. But I would never do that.”
—Kristen Stewart talks about playing runaway teen stripper Mallory in the new flick “Welcome to the Rileys,” opposite James Gandolfini. Well, at least Kristen knows she’s got a few job options if the whole acting thing doesn’t work out? [MTV] Keep reading »