Friday, August 31, 2012

New interview with Kristen in OK Mag (Australia) for 'On the Road'

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Scans thanks to @Mel452

Patrick Brennan, Liam in BD2, mentions Kristen

When you found out you were going to work on this movie, who were you most excited to work with?

You know I have a scene with all the guys- Robert Pattinson – the 3 of those guys- and Kristen- I found them to be so… I was looking forward to meeting those three – I found them to be so welcoming and down to earth and normal. I don’t know what I was expecting but I wasn’t expecting that. I found them all to be really really great people. And funny and weird and cool. And when I did my scene with Jacob I was stumbling over lines and thought “wow—it’s too odd. I’m sitting across from these Twilight stars.” It took me awhile to get in my body & get in the scenes. I was nervous. And Michael Sheen- I’ve always admired him as an actor. And I didn’t get to do much with him, but I got to know him a little bit on set. I’ve always admired his work as an actor.

Source via thank you.

New/old photo of Kristen from the Mario Testino MATE video

Thanks to @EnchantedByRK via :)

New official 'On the Road' US teaser trailer

Source HD YT Source KristenJStewartVids via @veronicaspuffy thank you.

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Balenciaga's press release about the Florabotanica campaign + HQ pic

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Today, Balenciaga sent out a press release about their forthcoming Florabotanica fragrance, which included the following paragraph:

Balenciaga muse and actress Kristen Stewart will also be featured in the national print campaign this Fall as her rebellious style perfectly embodies the  Florabotanica spirit.

Source nymag via @KstewAngel
HQ pic via @Dallianna via @SomeLostBliss
Thank you all.

Video: 'On the Road' teaser from Extra

LQ via @kstewartnews updated with YT version via @maxiekat thank you :)

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

New/old fan photo of Kristen in Argentina during OTR filming

So cute! :)

Source @20springs via gossip-dance via @KstewAngel thank you. 

New 'Breaking Dawn Part 2' stills & interview with Bill Condon

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MTV: How about the running time? Is that official yet?

Condon: Yeah. The running time is one hour and 56 minutes, one minute shorter than the first one and as such, I think the shortest of all of them.

MTV: We talked about the biggest and busiest day, what about the most quiet, emotional moment?

Condon: There are a lot of those, I would say. ... I don't want to talk about one scene because that's a surprise but you know what, the scene when Charlie meets vampire Bella for the first time and then meets Renesmee. This is a movie that really only has one fully human person, if you treat Taylor [Lautner] as a magical creature, so Charlie is our way into this whole thing. If Charlie can believe it and understand, I think the rest of the audience can too. Of course, Billy Burke is such an incredible actor who can really humanize any moment, so watching him and Kristen together in that scene, I remember everything was a total pleasure in that.

Read the full interview about 'Breaking Dawn Part 2' with Bill at MTV

HQ untagged source breakingdawnmovie via RPLife via gossip-dance via

Article originally via @KstewAngel thank you all.

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Kristen on the cover of LWLies Sept/Oct 2012

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Transcript by @allmannerofsins

Chapter One: The Question

Robert Pattinson. Twilight. Getting naked in indie movies. Fame. These are some of the things we won't be talking about with Kristen Stewart. "Oh, good." says the actress, slightly taken aback when we give her the good news. We're sat on the roof terrace of a hotel - heavily populated on the ground floor by security guards - and it's week two of Cannes Film Festival. Only 22-years-old, Stewart is being afforded the kind of elite protection from the media usually reserved for Hollywood's biggest megastars. But we don't really want to ask her about that either.

In fact, LW Lies only has one question: what does Kristen Stewart want to talk about? "Right," she says. Then she thinks. "I don't want to sell myself. People are so weird. They suddenly find themselves so interesting that they think they're worth selling. Typically speaking, the most interesting thing to me about myself is, right now, the fact that On the Road is coming out. And I want to talk about On the Road.

Chapter Two: On the Road

To talk about on the road is to discover that, although people ask Kristen Stewart a lot of questions, the answers all lead to one place. It's really simple: she's a 22-year-old kids who's crazy-stupid in love with her job. "Oh my god, I fucking love it so much," she beams. "I'm not Maryloul; I'm Sal. Right now, I feel so full. I'm like, bursting. I should be working. I don't want to take a break. It's funny, on set, I don't have to go to the bathroom, I don't have anything wrong, I'm perfectly fine, so through-and-through. I'm not hungry. I'm literally not even in my own body. They wrap and they send me back to my trailer and I fucking fall to pieces. I suddenly realise that I've had to pee for six hours. And I'm starving."

This kamikaze work ethic left her co-star Chris Hemsworth dumbfounded on the blockbuster Snow White and the Huntsman. Why, wondered the Aussie heartthrob, was she attacking a basic Hollywood fantasy like it was a Paul Thomas Anderson drama? "Awww..." she smiles, affectionately. "He's the same way. Well, he takes it very much at face value. Sometimes I need to make myself do that. I just really am trying, trying, all the time. I mean, Walter actually said to me several times during On the Road, 'Stop reaching, you're already there.' But I like to be scared. I love to suddenly feel out of control. Actors walk around wearing these little tool-belts of acting skills. And I just don't find that interesting to watch. I never want to see someone who clearly can cry at the drop of a hat. That's so uninteresting. And so many actresses are so fucking crazy. They're emotional wrecks, so they pretend to be these characters. But the emotions aren't coming from the right place. Do you know what I mean?" And you have to remind her: this is your interview: you tell us.

Chapter Three: Coming from the Right Place

"At first, the reason I started doing this was literally just because I wanted a job. My parents are crew - my mom's a script supervisor; my dad's an AD - and I always looked up to them, I really completely glorified the movies. And so at first, I just wanted the responsibility. I wanted adults to talk to me. I wanted to be involved. I was bored. Then I turned 13 and did this movie called Speak...I mean, to do a date-rape movie at 13, it really affected me. I suddenly felt like things could be really important and really help people. I did this public service announcement right after I did the movie and this enormous influx of people called in and said things that they had never told anyone before. And it hit me so fucking hard. I was like, 'Wow, something that I love, something that was so personal to me' - because at that point, I had never gotten any aknowledgement for anything I'd done, it really was just for me - 'suddenly touched people.' Movies, they can be important if you want them to be."

Chapter Four: Movies are important

So here it is. If you want them to be, even teen movies about hair-gelled vampires and werewolves in cut-off jeans can be important. They can help you make other movies, movies like On the Road, movies that might not get seen or even made without you.

In Hollywood, with great power comes...great parties. But here's the reason why you wont see Stewart following Lindsay Lohan into the starlet scrapyard. Through some crazy accident, indie actress got bitten by a radioactive franchise and gained special powers. They won't last forever. But while they do..."It's weird to be in this position of, like..." She sighs, checking herself. "Not to sound fucking crazy, but 'financial prowes'. I feel bad about it. I feel like you need to do something. I made Welcome to the Rileys [in which Stewart played a young woman with emotional issues] a few years back and now I want to open two halfway houses, one in New Orleans and one in LA, and I want to make a documentary about why it's important. But all this ridiculously empty charity work that you see? Like, you show up at an even and you wear a dress and you auction your dress off and you suddenly feel important. I want to do it right. Right now, I just feel it. It's not to be wasted. Because I know my value is fucking strong."


LWLies 43 is tuned to the restless purr of Brazilian director Walter Salles' long-awaited adaptation of Jack Kerouac's iconic Beat novel. Cruising into UK cinemas on October 12, On the Road sees Sam Riley, Garrett Hedlund and Kristen Stewart set out across America in search of life and adventure.

LWLies 43 – the On the Road issue wa available to buy from their online shop but has now been sold out. However, you can still subscribe to the magazine or buy it from a newsstand from Thursday August 23 in the UK.

Original: Source and via @KstewAngel
Additional scans: via kstewartbr via robstendreams via @KStewDevotee 
Last scans: Source via @teamhedlund 
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Special thanks to Gats for the heads up! :)

New photo for Balenciaga Florabotanica

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Source via kstewartfans and HQ scan via @Uchiland  thank you.

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

'On the Road' to screen at TIFF on September 6

"On the Road" will screen at the Toronto International Film Festival on Thursday 6 September at 9.00pm.

Then have another screening on Friday 7 September at 11.30am.

The official press release from TIFF here includes Kristen! :)

Go to the official site for TIFF go here