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UPDATE: Added new picture! (via @Windswept333)
New article + picture from InStyle:
Kristen Stewart is known for her casual style, both on and off the red carpet. Even though the star favors sporty kicks over sky-high stilettos, every once in awhile, she’ll throw us all for a loop and rock an amazing pair of heels. But you may not catch her wearing them for long.
“I feel more confident on my feet,” she told InStyle.com exclusively at the launch party for Jillian Dempsey Jewelry in L.A. as to why she prefers sneakers. “Like in a photo, obviously, things look better wearing heels, but in terms of just kicking around and actually like experiencing an entire night, heels limit me.” Which is why you’ll often catch her doing a quick change from stilettos to flats at some point during an evening out. “I feel I can experience about half of my night that I would be able to experience if I was just wearing shoes and I could run around,” she said.
“Literally, these [heels] slow you down. You get about half of your night, and they’re just like painful. So I really dig Vans. I just like wearing Vans.” So chances are if she’s wearing something fancy, we’d bet that she always has a pair of comfy kicks within arm’s reach.
New pic w/ Jillian Dempsey (via JustJared)
“She’s incredibly ambitious, creative, very true, and she’s a wonderful mother,” Kristen said of Jillian (via InStyle). “She’s just one of those chicks that you meet in life and you’re like, ‘You actually are very impressive, and I should take note of that and look up to you,’”
So proud of my friend @jilliandempsey new jewelry line! Amazing to see all of our friends wearing and supporting this brilliant line of jewels! #kristenstewart #jilliandempsey #maxfields #brilliant
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According to an Esquire UK scan, The Rover is due out next August, 2014. Rob filmed this movie last spring with Guy Pearce.
Could The Rover be the project that marks Robert Pattinson’s transformation from tween heartthrob to serious movie star? From the writer-director of the brilliant Australian drama Animal Kingdom (2010), the film stars Guy Pearce as a loner traveling through the Aussie outback when a gang of thieves steal his car. He tracks them down to exact revenge, enlisting the help of Reynolds (Pattinson), the one injured gang member left behind. DUE AUGUST
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With costar Tara Holt
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The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that an Australian financier, Screen Australia, will be funding the James Dean biopic, Life.
SYDNEY – Robert Pattinson-starrer Life was one of four features, four adult TV dramas and one children’s TV series to receive a total of AUS$11 million ($9.9 million) in funding from Screen Australia, the agency announced Friday.
The investments by the agency, the first under newly installed CEO Graeme Mason, will trigger around $63.3 million worth of production.
Life, the latest feature from director Anton Corbijn and See Saw Films, tells the story of a freelance photographer, Dennis Stock, on assignment for Life Magazine, and his unlikely friendship with the actor James Dean. Co-starring Dane DeHaan, Life is a German/Canadian/Australian co-production from Australian writer Luke Davies. Producers are Emile Sherman, Iain Canning, Christina Piovesan, Benito Mueller and Wolfgang Mueller. Transmission Films is the Australian-New Zealand distributor while Film Nation is handling international sales.
It’s official! The line-up for Sundance has been announced. Camp X-Ray will premiere at Sundance Film Festival (Jan 16-26, 2014).
Camp X-Ray / U.S.A. (Director and screenwriter: Peter Sattler) — A young woman is stationed as a guard in Guantanamo Bay, where she forms an unlikely friendship with one of the detainees. Cast: Kristen Stewart, Payman Maadi, Lane Garrison, J.J. Soria, John Carroll Lynch.
Unfortunately, you can no longer request tickets.
Lane Garrison, Kristen’s co-star in Camp X-Ray, talks about his role in the film and working with Kristen:
What can you tell us about your role in Camp X-Ray?
Peter Sattler wrote this phenomenal script about Guantanamo Bay. I finally get to put on the other shoes. On Prison Break, I played the convict. I’ve played the convict a lot and, unfortunately, life has imitated art. I’ve seen the inside of those walls and know them too well, so the interesting thing about this character for me was to get to put on the prison guard’s shoes and walk around the fence-line. I got to see what it was like to play a man who worked inside the prison but got to leave.
What was it like working with Kristen Stewart?
Working with Kristen was phenomenal. I have nothing but great things to say about her. She’s a total tomboy and she loves sports. We were playing basketball or throwing the football every day in the prison. We set up a driving range there. She’s a great golfer too, so we had an immediate connection with sports. She just loves acting. It doesn’t matter if it’s a small film or a big budget film. She loves acting, as do I. This story is going to be really, really powerful. I think it’s going to cause some controversy that might make people ask the question, “What should we do with Guantanamo?”