Kristen Interview

MTV has an interview with Kristen Stewart.

In the interview she talks about the first time she was interviewed about Twilight.

Read the whole interview here.

Here is an excerpt:

“That was the first time you asked me about ‘Twilight’!” Kristen smiled when we caught up last week at the “Handkerchief” junket. “I remember the interview! … You were like ‘So, what’s up with this [movie]?’ ”

Actually, she brought up the film. “The movie is called ‘Twilight,’ ” she said during that January 2008 encounter. “Catherine Hardwicke is directing it in Washington. It’s based on a book that’s pretty popular [among] young adult, high school kids.

“The main character is, like, superhuman,” she said of Edward Cullen. “He’s a vampire, but with really [heightened powers]. He can run faster than a car can drive, and he’s super strong.”

At that point, Stewart added that she would be co-starring with some British actor named Robert Pattinson.

“Was Rob cast? I guess I don’t remember,” she explained. “That’s so weird.”

The result was the first time Kristen had ever spoken in public about the “Twilight” films, and when we ran a Movies Blog item a bit later, the MTV News team was shocked by the post’s record-setting traffic. That, in turn, gave birth to “Twilight” Tuesdays, the cast’s appearances at the MTV Movie Awards, the media picking up on the phenomenon later that year and — well, you know the rest of the story.

Kristen Interview

Collider has an interview with Kristen Stewart.

She talks about acting, The Runaways and and The Yellow Handkerchief.

Read the entire interview here.

Q: Do you not expect Breaking Dawn to tie up your schedule? Will it be two?

KS: That, probably November but I don’t know if it’s going to be one or two.

Q: Why wouldn’t they?

KS: Yeah, sure, that would be a…

Q: Are you contracted for two movies or just one? Maybe they can’t make two.

KS: I don’t know. I don’t know actually. I can’t imagine that they wouldn’t want – – the story so completely warrants two films and it would suck to have to – – it would be really disappointing to have to be able to just go, ‘Okay, we have to lose this sequence and this scene and this sequence and this scene.’ So I would like to do two movies but I really, to be perfectly honest, don’t know what they’re going to do.

Q: You made this film before Twilight. Is it hard to think back to that? Would you approach things differently now that you have this international profile?

KS: I guess because I don’t hold the reigns, really I follow, to put it absolutely lamely, my heart, I don’t think I would have made a different – – it would be really a shame if just because I did one movie, and I know it’s four or five or whatever, but it is one story. It’s one project for me. It’s the same character. It’s not like that changes, so if something like that would then affect choices, I don’t have this scheme of how people are going to receive my movies in the order that I do them and why I do scary movies and why I do movies about “disaffected teens,” which I get all the time. They’re just people I really wanted to play. I don’t know what the hell I’m doing. I’m just playing parts that speak to me.

Joan Jett talks about The Runaways

Interview Magazine has an interview with Joan Jett. She talks about The Runaways.

Pics of Dakota Fanning and Kristen Stewart were included in the article.

Check out all of it here.

They really do look the part!!!

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Kristen Stewart wins “Woman of the Year” award at ELLE Style Awards

Congrats Kristen!!
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Empire Interview with Kristen Stewart at the BAFTA Awards

Kristen and Robert At BAFTA

Below are videos of Kristen Stewart accepting her award and Robert Pattinson presenting at the BAFTA awards.

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Anna Kendrick and Kristen Stewart Interviews with BBC News at Bafta Awards

Reelz Channel video Interview with Kristen Stewart at The Yellow Hankerchief Premiere

Kristen wins BAFTA Rising Star Award

Kristen Stewart won the Bafta Rising Star award.

Here is the information from Empire Online:

Now it’s time for the public-voted Orange Rising Star award, which is being presented by last year’s winner Noel Clarke, looking as sharp as ever even in his reading specs. His blurb manages to mention films by all the nominees – we believe his claim that he wrote it himself given that it’s not immediately forgettable. Given that this is voted for by the public, are we immediately discounting the ace-but-unknown (and foreign) Tahar Rahim for A Prophet, and betting that Twilight’s Kristen Stewart will take it? We kinda are. But let’s see: the BAFTA goes to…KRISTEN STEWART. What a shock. “Wow. Thank you. I guess first I have to thank all the fans of Twilight for proving again and again to be THE most devoted and attentive fans ever. Considering this is voted, credit is due to them so thank you. To the other actors nominated, I am so blown away by you that I can’t even describe it. To be voted among you is just overwhelming. And I’d like to say hi to my family.” That’s rather a sweet speech, and one that shows awareness of the public vote; fair play.

Below are pics of Jamie Campbell Bower, Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Anna Kendrick at the red carpet of the Bafta Awards.

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Extra TV Interview with Kristen Stewart

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