Kristen Stewart: Coming on Strong

photographed by Mario Testino Kristen Stewart’s body can tell a million stories. Kinetic, she jiggles, feints, and darts as she talks, hanging back, looking off to the side, signaling resistance, a combative intelligence. “The word I always use for her is vulpine,” says Jake Scott, who recently directed her in Welcome to the Rileys, in which she plays a teenage runaway and lap dancer. “Foxlike. She’s got that way of moving and being that you often find in her performances, a sort of wiliness.”

In other words, Stewart projects the kind of wary, rebellious edge that is so much more typical of her age group—she is 20—than gleeful high spirits, which is probably one reason she is head and shoulders above her peers in Hollywood’s power pyramid, and a director’s darling. Scott heard about her from his friend Sean Penn after Penn cast her as the unmoored daughter of hippie parents in the memorable Into the Wild. “Sean said, ‘You’ve gotta see this kid,’ ” Scott recalls. “ ‘She’s just so alive!’ ” For Bill Condon, currently ensconced in a year’s worth of filming for Breaking Dawn, the two-part finale of the mighty Twilight Saga, “Kristen was at the top of my list of reasons to do this movie.”

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Robert Pattinson on ‘Twilight’ finale: ‘It’s the end of an era’ Public speaking has never been Robert Pattinson’s favorite part of his job. But presenting the Golden Globe to director Susanne Bier for her drama “In a Better World” Sunday night proved to be a welcome respite for the actor, who’s knee deep in the middle of filming “Breaking Dawn,” the final installment of the “Twilight” saga, which will be split into two parts.

“It’s been really hard shooting both films at the same time,” admitted the 24-year-old star, moments before he had run backstage to present his award with “Tron” star Olivia Wilde. “But it’s the end of an era.”

Speaking by phone this month, director Bill Condon, who’s helming both installments of the finale, said he has been thrilled with what he’s seen from his leads. “All the characters are moving [in this chapter],” he said. “It’s really about the passage from adolescence to adulthood, and they all seem energized by that. It’s the stuff they are all connecting to in their lives.”

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Oh, I just love this kind of photo shoots with the cast, Vogue, Vanity Fair and the Nylon ones are some of my favorite. It must be so much fun getting all dressed up in designer clothes, not to mention that the shoes are always cool :D. Kristen definitely looked beautiful this time, I liked some of the red and orange outfits, that color looks good on her. Notice how this interview was between  finishing shooting On the Road and starting Breaking Dawn? 😉

What did you think of Kristen’s interview and the photos?

Now that Edward doesn’t have to be too careful around Bella, I wonder how different will Robert act from the previous movies, where he had to act as if he were about to break poor Kristen, since Edward feels that way. I guess everyone will have a different perspective of this film. I still can’t wait to see little Nessie and the Nomad vamps 🙂

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