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Put two of Hollywood’s coolest characters in a room together and sparks are bound to fly. That’s exactly what happened when we tasked rockstar/actress Juliette Lewis to have a 'deep and meaningful' with her friend Kristen Stewart, one of the few young actresses working successfully across Hollywood blockbusters, high fashion and cultish Indie movies today.
The results were predictably unpredictable with Lewis accusing Stewart, 20-years her junior of being ‘a scrapper’ and able to ‘throw a punch’, Stewart admitting she has ‘no rhythm’ but wishing she could ‘tear sh*t up on the dance floor’ and the pair discussing everything from the perils of social media, to telling autograph hunters to 'f-off' and maintaining true friends despite the pressures of fame.
Lewis calls comedian Amy Shumer her mentor, while Stewart describes meeting Patti Smith when she was in a ‘f**ked place’ emotionally and how the older musician’s advice has proved invaluable.
She also addresses those rumours about her bitchy resting face.
"The whole smiling thing is weird because I actually smile a lot. I literally want to be like, 'Dude, you would think I was cool if you got to know me'."
Juliette Lewis on Kristen Stewart:
"You’re the female James Dean…But actually you’re a little bit rougher. I think you’re a scrapper. I think you can throw a punch."
On social media:
"I’m not anti social media. I just haven’t decided to do it. The idea of addressing such a massive group… If I don’t know who I’m talking to it doesn’t make any fucking sense to me."
JL: "My mentor is Amy Schumer. She’s like ‘Girls need to quit saying sorry so much."
KS: "I apologise constantly, incessantly... There’s something so natural about saying yes I think with women there’s a natural inclination to want to satisfy people."
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