Kristen Stewart

Vincent Cassel Joins Kristen Stewart’s Action-Thriller ‘Underwater’

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by Emma Stefansky April 4, 2017 @ 5:05 PM
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There’s a pretty neat-sounding movie that’s been quietly in the works for a few months: Kristen Stewart signed on to Underwater back in February, which is described as an Armageddon-like action-thriller that centers around a submarine crew, an earthquake, and a fight for survival. If you’re a fan of famous French actors and/or Black Swan, get excited, because Vincent Cassel has officially joined the crew.

Your Previous Kristen Stewart Knowledge Is About to Be Eclipsed

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by ScreenCrush Staff March 16, 2017 @ 12:16 PM
You know Kristen Stewart from the Twilight franchise. But did you know she got the role of Bella Swan because of her work in another movie? In 2007, Stewart played a supporting role in Into the Wild starring Emile Hirsch. It was Hirsch who recommended Stewart to Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke, and set the actress on the path to her most famous part. That’s just one of the facts in the newest episode of You Think You Know Movies!

Kristen Stewart Is in Talks for Action-Thriller Film ‘Underwater’

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by Emma Stefansky February 22, 2017 @ 4:46 PM
Sundance Selects
After seeing four of her movies premiere last year — Personal Shopper, Certain Women, Cafe Society, and Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk — Kristen Stewart is back at it, this time with something a little different. She’s currently in talks for an action-thriller joint titled Underwater, which will be directed by The Signal’s Will Eubank.

Kristen Stewart Is Haunted in the New ‘Personal Shopper’ Trailer

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by Emma Stefansky February 3, 2017 @ 6:04 PM
NYFF
The latest Kristen Stewart project to finally hit our shores is Personal Shopper, a kind of ghost story that made waves at Cannes and the Toronto Film Festival last year. Stewart and director Olivier Assayas previously collaborated on 2015’s fantastic Clouds of Sils Maria, and their second project together has been pretty divisive, but Stewart made our Best of TIFF list for completely carrying this movie all on her own. A new trailer heralds the film’s US release, which opens next month.

SNL Sets Kristen Stewart Hosting Debut as First February Show

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 21, 2017 @ 11:14 PM
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One day after the presidential inauguration, SNL host Aziz Ansari followed Dave Chappelle’s example to deliver a thoughtful and ultimately optimistic monologue about America’s future, but it wasn’t the night’s only news. Kristen Stewart has signed on as 2017’s third SNL host, due in early February.

Kristen Stewart Co-Authored a Scientific Paper About Artificial Intelligence, Of Course

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by Emma Stefansky January 20, 2017 @ 5:33 PM
IFC Films
Film and technology have always been closely linked, but these days they’re beginning to influence each other in ways we can’t even foresee. Take Kristen Stewart’s first directorial effort Come Swim, for instance, which will be premiering at the Sundance Film Festival: Stewart, her producer, and an engineer teamed up to use her movie to author a research paper about artificial intelligence. Why not?

‘Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk’ Star Joe Alwyn on Making an Experimental Ang Lee Film

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by Erin Whitney November 29, 2016 @ 8:59 AM
TriStar Pictures
Imagine landing your first role in an Oscar-winning director’s film. Now imagine that film is being shot with a technology that’s never before been attempted. Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, the latest visual experiment from Ang Lee, stars newcomer Joe Alywn, a 25-year-old who left his London drama school early to make a boundary-pushing film.

‘Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk’ Review: A Visually Stunning Failed Experiment

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by Erin Whitney November 18, 2016 @ 7:00 AM
TriStar Pictures
Ang Lee is am ambitious filmmaker, but ambition doesn’t always pay off. With Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon he fused emotional relationships with the dazzle of wuxia action, and in Life of Pi he told a story about spirituality and survival through an innovative use of CG and motion-capture performance. In Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk Lee is once again pushing the boundaries of filmmaking shooting the film in 120 frames per second (five times the normal rate of your average movie). What results is a stunning and unique viewing experience, but ultimately a failed experiment.