Kristen Stewart To Attend Hollywood Film Awards!

ET Online has confirmed the appearance of Kristen Stewart as she will attend the Hollywood Film Awards on November 14th next month.

Kristen will also be joining up with her co-star from ‘Still Alice’, Julianne Moore’. Several A list celebrities like Ben Afflect, Robert Downey Jr, Benedict Cumberbatch, Amy Adams, Jonah Hill and Keria Knightley are to join for the event.

The Hollywood Film Awards will air live from the Hollywood Palladium on Friday, Nov. 14, 2014 at 8 p.m. ET on CBS, with a half-hour red carpet show airing at 7:30 p.m.


8:00-10:00 PM, (live ET/delayed PT) HOLLYWOOD FILM AWARDS

10:00-11:00 PM, (live ET/delayed PT) THE CBS HOLLYWOOD AFTER PARTY
Following the Hollywood Film Awards broadcast, the festivities will continue with a live one-hour show that will feature interviews with honorees and look back at the evening’s highlights. “CBS This Morning” anchors Charlie Rose, Norah O’Donnell and Gayle King will host.

New ‘Still Alice’ Movie Clip

Below is a new clip from ‘Still Alice’ movie. The clip has just been released recently by Yahoo! Check it out below.

Teresa Palmer and Kristen Stewart Would Like To Play As Sisters

A fan recently ask Teresa Palmer on twitter on whether if Teresa would ever though of working with Kristen Stewart where they be playing as sisters in a movie together.


Kristen Stewart Talks About Eddie Redmayne

Kristen Stewart talks about working with Eddie Redmayne in their indie “The Yellow Handkerchief”.

Kristen Stewart, who co-starred with Redmayne in the 2008 indie “The Yellow Handkerchief,” says he thrives on taking risks. “We had a great time together,”Stewart says. “This is not a word I use a lot, but it describes him perfectly. He is a fucking lovely man. And he’s astounding as an actor. He’s the type of actor, and guy, you want to go on an adventure with.”

Kristen Stewart in Los Angeles (10/29) Hi Res Photos

I have uploaded new high quality candids of Kristen Stewart seen out and about in Los Angeles on October 29, 2014.

Kristen Stewart Talks About How She Deals With Gossip and Press

Kristen Stewart recently interview with Hello Magazine UK. Kristen talks about her latest involvement in ‘Still Alice’ and ‘Clouds of Sils Maria’ and also how success changes her life. Read more interview below.

Half hour with… Kristen Stewart

A reluctant celebrity whose personal life attracts as many column inches as her professional one, the Twilight star talks of the rewards and pitfalls of fame.

She may be only 24, but Kristen Stewart already has the stellar CV of a Hollywood actress twice her age. After making her name in hit teen saga Twilight, she has since landed more grown-up roles. In the forthcoming Clouds of Sils Maria she plays the anxious personal assistant to an ageing actress played by Juliette Binoche, and in Still Alice she plays a daughter dealing with her mother’s early-onset Alzheimer’s.

Kristen given your own celebrity status, what perspective did you bring to your role in Clouds of Sils Maria?

Kristen: My character gets to say lines that are almost exactly how I feel about a lot of the nonsense that goes on in this business She also gets to criticize the way the press turns film-making and acting into a mass-consumption produc and superficial phenomenon, and it’s a process I’m very familiar with. It was a lot of fun to say those things about the business.

Did it feel odd playing an assistant when you yourself have had assistants?

Kristen: I’ve had an assistant but I’ve never gotten into a co-dependent relationship the way my character and Juliette’s do. I can understand how that comes about because being famour can be very isolating – people stop treating you in a normal way. In this story it was interesting to explore how the dynamic between these two women becomes more intense as they get to know each other better. An assistant has a difficult role to fulfil. You’re not a mother, sister of even a friend, but in some ways you’re all of those things mixed up together.

When filming, did you get feelings of déjà vu?

Kristen: I had to rein in the grin on my face [in a scene where a young actress is caught behaving badly by a news show]. I also had to make sure my cheeks weren’t turning red when I said some of my lines because the way that I’m living gave them an irony.

The film shows how dangerous it can be when one’s identity is defined by fame. How do you separate yourself from the business?

Kristen: It’s part of my life and I enjoy the work so I don’t think in those terms. I’m always working on something. When I finish a project I’m already thinking about the new one or reading scripts. I also enjoy writing, particularly poetry, which I’ll sometimes read to friends. I’m shy and it’s often easier to express myself through writing. I also read a lot of literature and I like it when people take the time to talk about a book. Sharing your love of a book can be a good way of connecting ot another person. Those stories then become even more special.

How do you react to press stories about you?

Kristen: I try not to get upset because it’s simply the way the media operates. But people should understand that often the stories have very little truth to them. People have no idea what’s really going on inside someone else’s life. It’s also very rare that things are black or white. The truth is often complicated.

So is it better just to ignore the gossip?

Kristen: It’s usually a losing battle to get involved with that. All you’re going is adding to the bullshit even when you’re trying to be honest. And when you’re dealing with something like a break-up, usually you’re only going to make things worse and keep the story going.

Just like I’ve never planned out my career in a specific way. I don’t try to control the perception of me or make people think a certain way about me. I don’t know how they choose: “Well, this is a different side of me people have not seen and so I will present that to them now.” It’s like: “Why are you doing this for other people? You should be doing it for yourself.” I’ve functionned from that position sice I started, and therefore I really don’t care about all that.

In what ways has success changed you?

Kristen: I don’t feel any different from the girl I was before I became famour. It’s hard to analyse it and compare how my life would have been if Twilight hadn’t happened. Although, when I look at where I am, I can at least say I’m pretty happy with how far I’ve come.

You’re also appearing in a film with Julianne Moore called Still Alice. Tell us about that…

Kristen: It was a very rewarding experience. Julianne Moore has been a huge inspiration for me. This film made me reflect on many things – the relationship between a mother and daughter, the importance of memory and how valuable our memories are to us. Also, it was the kind of story that made me think how lucky I am to feel happy.

Camp X Ray director Peter Sattler Speaks Highly of Kristen!

Camp X Ray director, Peter Sattler discusses about Kristen and how Kristen landed the role in the movie to Miami New Times. Peter speaks highly of Kristen!

I’ve always thought Kristen Stewart as a terrific actress. You reached out to her for this role, right?

We did. We took a Hail Mary, and one of my executive producers was able to get it to her agent and amazingly, she wanted to be a part of the film. The reason I got kinda of obsessed with Kristen, once I allowed myself to imagine that she could potentially be interested in doing it, is because she has the perfect mixture of a very tough exterior but then soft, kinda chewy inside. You see that she’s got an edge to her. She’s a feisty girl, but you can see how, yeah, she would be a soldier. She could hold her own with these other people in her squad, but at the end of the day, you can feel, seeping out of that, kind of this residual emotion, and that very vulnerable side of her seeps through the cracks, and to me that’s the perfect mixture that the character of Private Cole really needed.

I totally saw that. She really comes across as a hard person while slowly melting toward a truly sympathetic human being at the end.

Yeah, yeah. It’s about stripping away those layers and the things that kind of make her character uncomfortable. It’s like a character that’s not comfortable in their own skin, which is why it’s so satisfying for her to put on this “costume” of a soldier because she can just kinda pretend to be this soldier and not really get into that hurt and vulnerable part of herself. That’s really what the movie, towards the end, is about. It’s about opening up, and that takes courage. As we say in the tagline, “Connection takes courage.”

I think sometimes she gets a bad rap. I’ve totally believed her as an actress.

Yeah, it’s an interesting phenomenon, the phenomenon of Kristen Stewart, not just as a person or as an actress. It’s a very unusual thing, and I’ve never really understood it. Like, I remember before the movie came out, a lot of people were like really shocked that she was gonna play a character in a film like this. I never understood it because she’s been doing these really interesting films for her whole career. I think the problem is that there is a small percentage of people out there who only know her from Twilight. That’s one series of films in an otherwise rather large body of work that has pretty interesting dynamics. It has The Runaways to comedy, like Adventureland, so it’s interesting. You know what the great thing is though, now? It’s really cool that the conversation around her is changing and everyone’s really starting to talk about her in a much different light, and I feel really honored to have been a part of this kind of new wave of Kristen Stewart’s career.

If you would like to read the entire interview, you can check out the source.