Kristen Stewart Fans
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16 April 2015 @ 04:21 pm
16 April 2015 @ 04:14 pm
Aww. Kristen Stewart starred in your last video for "Just One of the Guys." How did that happen?!
I e-mailed her. Seriously. I'd met her a few years ago, and I knew she was a big Rilo Kiley fan. She was the second person I cast. The first was Anne Hathaway, who is one of my great friends. We worked together for a year on a movie called Song One, which she produced. Johnathan and I wrote the songs for that, and we became great friends with Annie through it…so Kristen is the one girl in the video who I knew the least, and I was so excited that she just came on set and joined in. And do you know she's hilarious? She's hilarious. I didn't have to do much directing with her, because she was, like, perfect.
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16 April 2015 @ 04:05 pm
10 April 2015 @ 03:43 pm
We talked in the deserted courtyard of the Los Angeles County of Museum of Art during a screening of "Clouds of Sils Maria," with her reps at one table nearby, her stiletto heels and smartphone on another. She admits that all actresses limit the amount of time they spend wearing high heels--she's wearing flats.
You had gone to Cannes with both “On the Road" and "Clouds of Sils Maria." For which you won the César. What was that like? Not something you were expecting?
No. Those Frenchies [laughs] don’t like to pass accolades that are not their own. I was really shocked. Even Juliette was like, “Hey, it’s really cool that you got nominated. It’s insane that you got nominated, actually.” If you look at it, she looks more shocked. When they said my name, literally she screamed into my ear so loudly I had no idea what was going on. I didn’t even hear my name be called. I was like, “Wait, what?” She was like, “You won! You won!” She was so shocked, that that’s how I gauged my reaction. “Wow, this must be a really big deal, because Juliette cannot believe this.”
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09 April 2015 @ 01:50 pm
Last month we invited fans to celebrate Kristen's birthday with us. Below are all of the videos & pictures we received ❤
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Also, you can check @KSbdayproject for the latest updates on their great project with the Alzheimer's Association.
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07 April 2015 @ 07:42 pm
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07 April 2015 @ 02:08 pm
06 April 2015 @ 11:24 pm
When we spoke last October during the New York Film Festival, Kristen Stewart had not yet become the first American female actor to ever win a Cesar — France’s equivalent of the Oscar — for Olivier Assayas’ “Clouds of Sils Maria.” But she was still ecstatic about it. In the film she plays Valentine, the harried but cucumber cool personal assistant of Maria Enders, a Juliette Binoche-like superstar played by Juliette Binoche. That allowed her to mock the film industry and the gossip machine from a safe remove. The two actresses paired together to talk about their rapport, and, in Binoche’s case, to whip out one hell of a laugh.
Juliette, your breakthrough, 1985’s “Rendez-vous,” was written by Assayas, and you reunited for his 2008 film “Summer Hours.” You instigated this project. What was your original concept?
Juliette Binoche: I wanted him to deal with the feminine. I didn’t know exactly what it would be, but I was imagining these characters exchanging roles. I talked about Bergman. I said, “C’mon, you love Bergman! You made a book of interviews [from 2008]!” And I was a little frustrated on “Summer Hours,” as an actress. I thought he was shy and hiding. I said, “I was missing you!”
Kristen Stewart: It’s like, “I want to know you!”
06 April 2015 @ 10:59 pm
“When I first read the script, I thought it was just hilarious,” said Kristen Stewart at last Friday’s Film Independent at LACMA screening of Olivier Assayas’ Clouds of Sils Maria.
The film follows Maria, an aging international film star—played by Juliette Binoche—who must return to the play that launched her career 20 years prior. This time, however, she’ll take on the role of the aging actress while a hot young Hollywood starlet, with the paparazzi at her heels, will play the part that made her a star.
“[Assayas] had no idea that he was going to cast me when he wrote the script,” said Stewart. “It was like really, perfectly appropriate. It added a lot of irony and weight to some of the words that I was saying.”