Actress Kristen Stewart stars in the new film “Personal Shopper,” a psychological thriller. As she joins TODAY to talk about it, she’s sporting a buzz cut, and she reveals why. She also says that hosting “Saturday Night Live” recently was the most fun she’d had in a long time.
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Since bursting onto the Hollywood scene as the universe’s favorite mortal girl in Twilight, Kristen Stewart has always shone as an industry game-changer, even when surrounded by a sea of brooding, rakish vampires. As an actor, she’s conquered a series of high-profile roles after Bella Swan, including parts in star-studded films ranging from Woody Allen’s nostalgic romp through Tinseltown, Café Society, and Oscar darling Still Alice. She’s also the first American to win France’s prestigious César award for her performance in 2014’s Clouds of Sils Maria.
Now, Stewart is joining the growing number of Hollywood women who’ve moved behind the camera, partnering with Refinery29’s Shatterbox Anthology for her directorial début, Come Swim. A surrealist journey through the imagination’s wild currents, Come Swim conjures a stunningly kaleidoscopic portrait of one man’s emotional interior — unbounded darkness and desire. Shatterbox is proud to present Stewart’s remarkably innovative short film, which will premiere this week at the Sundance Film Festival, and is also headed to Cannes in May. Catch the trailer above.
Kristen participated in this year’s New York Times magazine Great Performers : L.A Noir. This compilation of short films shows some of this year’s Hollywood greatest actors, shot in a virtual reality setting. You’re a star in this virtual-reality film. You play Kristen Stewart’s dying lover, who got caught in her crossfire.
You can find below pictures, screencaps and article about this year New York Times Great Performers short films.
The Rolling Stones have released a teaser clip for their new video for ‘Ride ‘Em On Down’, starring actor Kristen Stewart. The track is lifted from the Stones’ upcoming album of blues covers, ‘Blue & Lonesome’, out tomorrow (December 2). The full video, first teaser, and also productions stills and screencaps can be found below.