Kristen & Camp X-Ray director Peter Sattler were interviewed on ‘The Leonard Lopate Show’. You can listen to an audio interview below
On October 20th Kristen was interviewed on the Tavis Smiley Show. Stills from the show have been added to our gallery and you can watch the interview below.
USA Today have released a new set of portraits of Kristen along with a new interview which you can read below.
Almost precisely two years ago, Kristen Stewart was hunched in a dark corner of the Tribeca Grand Hotel’s restaurant, sipping a glass of red wine and relentlessly scanning the room.
There was nothing she loathed more than people spotting her, gawping, and then pretending it hadn’t happened. On the flip side, she also detested that feeling of being openly stared at, which accompanies most famous people when they’re spotted out doing things like eating or drinking or pumping gas.
On this sunny, breezy afternoon, in the lobby of the Greenwich Hotel to promote her latest film, Camp X-Ray, 24-year-old Stewart also repeatedly glances around the room, but she’s visibly more relaxed, easy, peaceful.
“I’m really happy right now, overly happy,” she says. “I’m definitely not looking furtively — I like to look around at (things). I feel great. I’m not overcoming fear right now.”
Kristen is featured in French magazine Obsession with a new photoshoot. Digital scans have been added to our gallery.
Digital scans and photoshoot images from Kristen’s gorgeous new spread in the September edition of Vanity Fair have been added to our gallery. You can read the full interview below.
Kristen Stewart : the rebel
At 24, she has the fame of a blockbuster’s star. She has loved under the glare of the paparazzi. She’s discovered what Hollywood does to those who just do as they wish. After two years of silence, the sulky actress comes back –obviously- where we didn’t expect her, in French director Olivier Assayas’ movie. And talks with INGRID SISCHY about the disturbing similarities between this fiction and her reality.
Actresses with a fresh outlook—and the guts to break the usual Hollywood formulas—don’t grow on trees in America. So when one comes along who does break the mold, and won’t play the Hollywood game, it’s worth sitting up and taking notice. Especially when that actress grew up in Los Angeles, a child of two hard-working lifers in the movie and television industries—which is how Kristen Stewart burst forth onto the big screen. This was no wealthy kid, protected by the cocoon of fame and/or wealth, secluded in a mansion surrounded by obsessively perfect, manicured hedges in Beverly Hills. Stewart’s upbringing in the much grittier San Fernando Valley was the opposite. Her folks, Jules Mann-Stewart and John Stewart were workers, not stars. And they knew first hand what a pain in-the-you-know-what those stars could be.
Digital scans from the Interview France edition have been added to our gallery.