Archive for 11/1/12 - 12/1/12

Kiralee Hayashi, Kristen's Stunt Double, Mentions Her

The Punahou graduate and champion gymnast, Hawaii's Kiralee Hayashi, performed as Kristen Stewart's stunt double in the two "Twilight: Breaking Dawn" films, with the final and best-reviewed installment still generating box-office heat after opening last month.

Hayashi, who returns home this week for a holiday vacation, spent five months in 2010 working in a converted warehouse in Baton Rouge, La., on stunts for the spectacular battle sequences. Look for her in any scene "where Kristen is remotely violent," she said by phone from Los Angeles, where she now lives.

"And there's so much stuff that didn't end up in the film. ... It will probably be in the DVD extras."

Hayashi said she thought she was done when the "Twilight" film crew moved on to Vancouver, and was surprised to get a call "from Kristen's team" asking her if she would continue as the star's stunt double.

"Kristen put in a good word for me. She fought to keep me," Hayashi said.
The call meant almost two more months of shooting, this time outdoors in the Canadian wilds.

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New Kristen Interview with ET Canada from OTR NYC Press Junket

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New Kristen and Garrett Interview with Movie Fanatic

Kristen Stewart has left Twilight behind and is hitting the highway on the big screen version of the iconic book by Jack Kerouac, On the Road. She stars with Garrett Hedlund and the duo sit down with Movie Fanatic to take us inside their film's long journey to fruition and even clue us in to what makes a good road trip.

"What I love about road trips is that, if you don't have a time frame or a destination, what could derail it is a passenger! But, for this film, Walter (Salles) and I got to take the 1949 Hudson from New York all the way to Los Angeles, which was awesome. The greatest thing about that was that we didn't have a time when we had to get home," Hedlund said.

Easily seen in the On the Road trailer, filming a movie -- literally -- on the road also proved challenging because of that old car. "We broke down over nine times across the country, in different locations, and met some of the most wonderful mechanics across the States!"

Of all their travels filming the movie -- from New York to California and even a jaunt into South America -- each had a special place in the stars' hearts. "New Orleans was incredible, as well. We went out to the Bayou, and that was special," Hedlund said.

"Just being in the city there was amazing," Stewart concurred.

"All the locations were all unique," Hedlund continued. "We were on such a move, right off the bat. We got to catch the snow in the winter in Chile, and then book it down to Argentina and head over to Patagonia and up into No Man's Land."

The iconic book has been toyed with becoming a movie for decades since it was released in 1957. Stewart appreciated how the author took the reader on a first person journey.

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New BTS Picture of Kristen, Garrett and Sam from OTR

"Garrett Hedlund (who plays Dean Moriarty), Kristen Stewart (Marylou), and Sam Riley (Sal Paradise) inside Dean's Hudson, which is practically a character in the film. Garrett actually bought his down Hudson before shooting started. He could literally drive it with no hands, he was so at one with that car. There were times when he was going 100 miles an hour while acting—and, apparently, not looking at the road. But he always kept control."

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New Kristen Interview with ITN/Showbizz411 from OTR NYC Press Junket

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Kristen Donated her BD2 Premiere Dress in support of Sandy Relief!! Bid to Own Her Dress

Attention Twihards! Bid now to own the dress Kristen Stewart wore to the LA premier of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2, autographed by Kristen herself. Kristen made this generous donation in support of Robin Hood as she was one of the celebrity presenters during the 12-12-12 concert.
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New Kristen Interview with The Daily Beast/Newsweek

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“It’s not a terrible thing if you’re either loved or hated,” says Kristen Stewart, seated in a cozy little bistro on the outskirts of the Los Angeles neighborhood of Los Feliz, far removed from even the most penetrating telephoto lenses. “But honestly,” she continues, “I don’t care ’cause it doesn’t keep me from doing my shit. And I apologize to everyone for making them so angry. It was not my intention.”

So says the most vilified—and highest-paid—actress in all the land. Her role 
earlier this year as a sword-wielding fire­­­­­brand in Snow White and the Huntsman, a sinister reimagining of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale, was quite apropos, given that the 22-year-old starlet is, in many ways, the tabloid media’s Joan of Arc. Her refusal to kowtow to the celebrity-industrial complex, whether through her steely-eyed gaze on the red carpet or nervous fidgeting during televised interviews, is seen by many as an entitled A-lister putting on airs.

But in person, Stewart comes off like most 20-somethings might—a compelling mĂ©lange of pensiveness interrupted by sudden pangs of excitement. Clad in jeans, sneakers, and a loose-fitting sky-blue shirt, she fiddles with her greasy reddish-brown hair—the color’s a byproduct, she says, of not filming a movie for a year.

She has, however, kept busy making the grueling publicity rounds—health-permitting. “Last night I was sick with the flu and couldn’t go to this On the Road screening,” she says, sounding contrite. “Normally, I wouldn’t feel too terrible about missing a press event, but I felt awful because I’d do anything for this film. It holds a special place for me.”

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More New Pictures of Kristen in NYC on December 13, 2012

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Walter Salles Talks About Kristen at OTR Screening and Q&A

He talks about Kristen at 13:35 (re: her reacting to song in car) amd 43:15 (re: casting Kristen)

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New Kristen and Garrett Interview with Collider Frosty

Question: Because you fiercely held onto this project, since before even Twilight, what is it that spoke to you about Marylou, that made you still want to be a part of this, after all this time?

KRISTEN STEWART: I really had to dig pretty deep to find it in me to actually play a person like this. It took a long time. Initially, I couldn’t say no. I would have done anything on the movie. I would have followed in a caravan, had I not gotten a job on it. But, I was 16 or 17 when I spoke to Walter [Salles], for the first time. I was 14 or 15 when I read the book, for the first time. It was easy to connect the dots, after having gotten to know the person behind the character, to see what I would need to pull off a lifestyle like that, but that didn’t happen until deep into the rehearsal process. At first, I was just attracted to the spirit of it. I’m the type of person that really needs to be pushed really hard to be able to really let it all hang, and I think Marylou is the type of person that you can’t help but be yourself around because she’s so unabashedly present, all the time, like this bottomless pit of really generous empathy. That’s a really rare quality to have. It makes you capable of living a really full, really rich life without it taking something from you. You couldn’t take from her. She was always getting something back. She was amazing.

GARRETT HEDLUND: Being in the presence of someone so non-judgmental, gives you the freedom to shed inhibitions and fears, and be more honest with yourself and with somebody that’s more like that than you’ve ever been.

As much as you wanted to do it, how hard was it for you guys to stay attached to this, as time went by? How did that life seasoning, during that time, help inform things for you?

HEDLUND: Well, it wasn’t hard to stay attached, at all. This was, for me, something that I so eagerly wanted to do. When Walter [Salles] cast me in this, I was so unbelievably proud to be a part it. I was such a fan of the book and, from eight years after reading the book to now, to be on set was insane. But, from the time I was cast, I had this faith that it would get made, and this fear that it would. Everybody grew a bit too old. That was one of my fears with it because, with this part of the book, Dean is 21 and Sal is 24. We started filming it when I was 25. I turned 26 on it. Now, I’m 28. When I first read with Walter on it, I was 22 years old. Now, looking back with four years in between, with that life experience and life seasoning, you gain much more knowledge and wisdom of the world, the ways things work, the people and how to get what you want, and to know America a little bit more. Obviously, doing drives across the country enhanced the wisdom behind the wheel, of all these remote locations, being broken down and not having a penny to your name. It helped me to be comfortable with those scenes.

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Rob Video - Hilarious Moments from the BD2 Promo

Saw this adorable  Rob vid online. Had to share with you all... because we're missing him so much, lately.  Enjoy! :)

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New Bella and Edward Still from Breaking Dawn: Part 2

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Sam Riley, Garrett Hedlund and Walter Salles Talk About Kristen

Kristen Stewart is all grown up in her new movie On the Road. The Twilight starlet gets naked, does drugs and has threesomes in her latest film, which is an adaptation of Jack Kerouac's famous novel.

But her co-star Sam Riley said shooting the sexy scenes with K-Stew, in which she's totally topless, wasn't exactly a turn-on. "It's a strange thing... I was pretty uncomfortable," he told SheKnows yesterday in NYC. "She was 19; I was nearly 30, married... we're mates. You just sort of do it as quickly as possible, unlike in real life. I don't really see a future for me in erotics."

Kristen plays Garrett Hedlund's girlfriend Marylou in the movie, and their chemistry evolved naturally since they spent an entire month together before filming. "I think it was just being around each other for the four weeks before filming," Garrett explained to SheKnows. "We were all in the same room all day, every day. It was me and Sam and Kristen in this apartment with Walter [Salles, the director], listening to jazz, reading; it was one big study hall. Also, she's not a hard one to get along with, either. She was so dedicated to this."

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New Fan Picture of Rob and Kristen from Inside the Theater from BD2 Berlin Premiere

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Tracey Heggins, Senna from BD2, Talks About Kristen and Mentions Rob

Did the entire cast, including the newcomers ever get together to hang out?

Oh yeah. Angela (Sarafyan) and Rami Malek, who are part of the Egyptian coven, hosted dinners at night because we were all together on set. We had everyone from Rob and Kristen to come all the way to me and Judi. We just talked and had a good time. We were laughing and joking and got to know each other. No one is estranged as people think they are and everyone is a kind hearted person. Kristen Stewart is a very sweet girl and she treated with nothing but respect. I remember when I was doing the 50 Cent, ‘All Things Fall Apart,’ and I had to fly out to the Miami Film Festival, and flew back, Kristen said, “You’re doing the film with Mario Van Peebles.” I said, “Yeah, he’s the director.” That just shows human interest and that’s important.

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New Kristen Interview with HitFix from OTR NYC Press Junket


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New Pictures of Kristen Arriving in LA

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New Kristen Interview with Refinery29 from OTR NYC Premiere

It would be hard to end 2012 without a few final reflections from this year's most talked about young actor, Kristen Stewart. Luckily we caught up with her at the IFC Films/Sundance Selects premiere (presented by Grey Goose Vodka) of On the Road, the film adaptation of the beloved Jack Kerouac novel. Though our primary intention may or may not have been to see that dress up close, we chatted up the starlet, discussing her favorite On the Road scenes, the joy of showering, and more. We walked away thinking that, after a year of very public ups and downs, starring in this art-house adaptation might just provide her with a perfect capper to 2012 and a pleasant segue into a more stable 2013.

Was On the Road influential for you as an adolescent?

"I read it for school. I'd always really done well in school and enjoyed it, but I was never floored by it, in that way. Up until that point, I did it because I wanted to be a good kid, and then it sort of kickstarted something in me. It probably coincided with the age that I was — it's a moment when you look up and actually choose your surroundings, you actually choose the people that you're going to call your friends. At that time, I thought, 'I need to find people that are going to really push me.'"

How did you get the get the rough look of your character, Marylou?

"She was just really simple. One really remarkable thing about her is she's so completely un-self-conscious. Vanity was the last thing on her mind. She was a beautiful girl, and everyone who talked about her said that. She was infectious and disarmingly present. I wasn't going for rough. I was going for real."

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New Kristen Interview with Clevver TV from OTR NYC Press Junket


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New Pictures + Video of Kristen at JFK Airport

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New Pictures of Kristen at OTR Premiere After Party

Kristen Stewart wears a more casual outfit while heading to the after party following her On the Road premiere on Thursday (December 13) at Abe & Arthur’s in the Meatpacking District of New York City.

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Red Carpet Interviews from OTR NYC Premiere

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Kristen on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

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New Kristen MTV Rough Cut Interview with Josh Horowitz from OTR NYC Press Junket

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On The Road NYC Premiere

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Marina from Marina and the Diamonds Mentions Kristen

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New Pictures + Video of Kristen in NYC December 13, 2012

Kristen Stewart having lunch at Sarabeth's in NYC (December 13).

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James Marsh, Director of Hold on to Me, Talks About Rob and the Movie

So if Marsh plans on filming this mini series, with no official title yet, next summer, where does this leave Hold on to Me, his project with Rob Pattinson and Carey Mulligan?

"It's going well," Marsh reassure us. "I think about starting the shoot at the beginning of 2013 if our funds are secure." Often compared to 'To Die For' by Gus Van Sant because of its pitch (a beauty queen kidnaps and buries alive a man for money), Marsh points out that he finds the comparaison appropriate even though "Boogie Nights will also be a model ton wise. It's one of m favorite movies cause it goes from dark to humourous in a second. Hold on to Me ill be a dark comedy. My documentaries had humour - at least I hope - whereas my fictional works were heavier. This one will be more high-spirited." An opus that might change Marsh's carreer since it stars Robert Pattinson. "Robert is interesting. He knows where he wants to go and he wants to work on projects that might help him shape himself, like Cosmopolis. He uses his fame and his energy to help people, like me, make interesting movies. He has a lot of potential. When we met I loved his attitude towards the cinema genre. He liked the script and talked to me about it in an intelligent way. He's going to be a great asset for Hold on to Me and I hope that with him on board, it'll round up tons of teenage girls in the movies theaters to corrupt them" *laughs*

Finally, Marsh revealed to us the name of the actor he coveted to complete the casting: "I would like to hire an actor from the show Girls, Adam Driver. He's an amazing actor, not very well-known. It would end up forming such a great triangle with Robert and Carey."

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New Pictures of Kristen at OTR Press Junket in NYC December 13, 2012

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Kristen at 'On The Road' Screening in NYC - 12.12.12

Kristen Stewart attends a special screening of her new film On the Road on Wednesday (December 12) at the IFC Theatre in New York City.

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New Fan Picture of Kristen from Tonight in NYC


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New Rob, Kristen and Taylor Interview with The Hot Hits from BD2 LA Press Junket

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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 is nearly upon us, and our own Andrew Gunsberg scored the biggest ticket in Hollywood – the chance to interview Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner.

Over the years, Kristen Stewart’s character Bella has been criticised for wanting nothing more than to be with Edward, and not really displaying any feminist leanings or interest in life in general.

But Kristen is thrilled to be playing such a strong female character, who really comes into her own once her transformation to vampire is complete in Breaking Dawn Part 2. And Kristen told us she wishes there were more great roles out there for females.

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New Kristen Interview with USA Today

In On the Road, we see a far more mature side of Kristen Stewart -- and certainly more of her in general. She shows skin. She has sex. She does drugs.

The Walter Salles-directed film is based on Jack Kerouac's book and co-stars Stewart as the on- and off-again love interest of troubled free spirit Dean Moriarty (Garrett Hedlund).

Over wine at the Tribeca Grand hotel, Stewart, 22, was happy to discuss her career, the end of the Twilight film saga, her love of cooking and her discomfort with being in the spotlight. As for curiosity about her relationship with Robert Pattinson?

Stewart, never one to spill her guts in public, isn't about to start now, especially in the wake of photos that surfaced earlier this year of her getting frisky with another guy, director Rupert Sanders.

"People think they knew a lot about me before. They know even less now. People will project whatever. It's a huge form of entertainment. As soon as you step outside your own life and look at it like that and think that you can shape something -- you need to live your life. I'm just going to live my life, actually," she says.

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