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Kristen Stewart Finally the Actress She Wants to Be in 'Clouds of Sils Maria' 2

Kristen Stewart Finally the Actress She Wants to Be in ‘Clouds of Sils Maria’

Kristen Stewart’s acting career has followed a long road, from promising young upstart to blockbuster heroine in the “Twilight” series. But only now in her latest role in French film “Clouds of Sils Maria” is she finally being recognized as the actress she hopes to become. The movie opens in the United States this weekend to rave reviews that are nearly unanimous and Stewart is getting much of the credit. She’s already won a Cesar award, France’s equivalent of the Oscar, for best supporting actress. Now, she’s finally getting the critical acclaim in the United States that has so long eluded her....
Kristen Stewart Struggles to Define Herself, And Her Life After 'Twilight' 4

Kristen Stewart Struggles to Define Herself, And Her Life After ‘Twilight’

Kristen Stewart feels like she is a victim, in many ways, of her own early success. In a revealing new interview she tells singer Patti Smith that she’s afraid “Twilight” and acting defines her when, in fact, she’s still trying to figure out who she is. “Camp X-Ray,” “Clouds of Sils Maria” and “Still Alice” all helped her stretch and shape her acting skills. And she talks excitedly about her next film, “Equals.” The science fiction romantic drama, written by Nathan Parker and directed by Drake Doremus, stars Nicholas Hoult, Pattinson buddy, Guy Pearce, and Jacki Weaver....
Kristen Stewart Stays True to Her Twilight Roots on Seth Meyers (see!) 6

Kristen Stewart Stays True to Her Twilight Roots on Seth Meyers (see!)

Kristen Stewart has been on the talk show circuit promoting her new movie “Still Alice” and knocking down one tabloid fabrication after another. In an new interview with Seth Meyers she dispelled reports she’s trying to distance herself from “Twilight.” Since the five-part series ended in 2012, Stewart has appeared in a string of indie films such as last year’s “Camp X-Ray,” “Clouds of Sils Maria” and “Still Alice.” But she points out that “Twilight” started as a small indie movie that “blew up.”...
Kristen Stewart Faces Conflicting Emotions in New Camp X-Ray Trailer 8

Kristen Stewart Faces Conflicting Emotions in New Camp X-Ray Trailer

Kristen Stewart’s character Amy Cole joined the Army because she wanted to do some good. But in a new trailer for “Camp X-Ray,” she learns the hard way that the line between good and evil is often blurred and human emotions are often the reason. A very capable Peyman Moaadi plays Amir Ali, a suspected terrorist who is well educated and empathetic. “Camp X-Ray” was written and helmed by Peter Sattler, in is directorial debut. It screened at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. ...
Kristen Stewart in Most Dramatic Role Yet in New Camp X-Ray Trailer 10

Kristen Stewart in Most Dramatic Role Yet in New Camp X-Ray Trailer

Kristen Stewart is featured in one of her most dramatic roles yet in a new trailer for the upcoming film “Camp X-Ray.” Not since 2010 indie “Welcome to the Rileys” has she had the opportunity to enmesh herself in a lead role that doesn’t include vampires or witches. Kristen stars with Peyman Moaadi, John Carroll Lynch, Lane Garrison and Joseph Julian Soria....
Kristen Stewart Goes Back to Boho For Sundance Film Fest (photos!) 12

Kristen Stewart Goes Back to Boho For Sundance Film Fest (photos!)

Kristen Stewart made her a public appearance today (Jan. 17) at Robert Redford’s Sundance Film Festival, her first since debuting as the new face of Chanel. But she looked more Boho-chic than high-fashion. Stewart was in Park City, Utah with cast and crew from her new film “Camp X-Ray,” a drama about terrorists held at the CIA’s Guantanamo Bay detention facility....
Kristen Stewart Going Back to School a Tale Out of School 14

Kristen Stewart Going Back to School a Tale Out of School

Kristen Stewart is reportedly enrolling in the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) to seek a “full-on” degree in English literature, according to a tabloid report out of Great Britain. But the story seems a little to good to be true. Stewart’s formal education ended in junior high school when she dropped out to pursue films full time. She started appearing in films when she was nine-years-old and scored a breakthrough in the 2002 film “The Panic Room,” with Jodie Foster....