Kristen Nominated For Favorite Movie Actress At Kids Choice Awards

“Thumbs up,” Kristen says! …Or we suppose she would say. Actually, I can see more of an “Aww!” with the head tilt to the side when she finds out she got nominated for the Kids Choice Awards. She deserves it!

Amy Adams is nominated for The Muppets, while Kristen Stewart gets a nod for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1. Sofia Vergara is in the running for her role in The Smurfs, while Emma Watson is up for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2.

The show airs March 31 at 8 p.m. on Nickelodeon.

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Johnathon Kasdan & Casey LaBow Talk Kristen

Jonathan Kasdan, director of In the Land Women, mentions Kristen:

@ 15:55 He talks about the irony of “discovering” talent, such as Kristen Stewart, before they are “box office gold.”

Watch the video here.

“She is great! I think one of most ironies of my career will be that I used all these kids that will become real box office’s gold before they are box office’s gold, so they can’t help me not at all and they go on do great things.” “With Kristen [Stewart] was… The flip side of that equation is… when Kristen Stewart came to me to read “In The Land Of The Women”, she was SOOO compelling that it was impossible to not look at her and said “This girl will gonna have a huge career in movies”. She just irradiate that kind of life, energy and charisma that is undeniable! You don’t have to be sophisticated to see what that is with Kristen!…”

Casey LaBow talks about Kristen:

From About Movie:

How long were you actually on the set? “Seven months. And I got a long stick – I mean Kristen [Stewart], I’ve got to hand it to that girl. She was like 10 months, six days a week. That’s a lot of work.”

From Daily Actor:

“I was super in awe of Kristen. She is severely talented and professional and committed and cared a lot about what was happening. I think she did a 10-month shoot and she worked like 6-days a week? I gotta hand it to her. And she’s so young!”

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