kristen stewart no emotion


Twilight Meme: [5/10] scenes

Cold, Cold
Crimson and bare as I stand
Yours completely, yours as we go over

Sing for the lion and lamb
Their hearts are haunting
Still hearts hold ever and ever…ever
Cold, Cold…


Happy 25th Birthday Kristen Stewart!

I’m always asked about what type of things I want to do, and if I make decisions based on my last project. Say I do a big franchise movie about a vampire that falls in love with a normal girl. It’s like, “Now do you want to show them that you can be a real, serious actor?” It’s like, “Was I not being a real, serious actor?” […] I mean, it was a long process, so it’s hard to generalize about it as a whole. It wasn’t entirely cohesive. We ebbed and flowed. I will definitely acknowledge that. But the intention is so fucking pure in a weird way. Anybody who wants to talk shit about Twilight, I completely get it, but there’s something there that I’m endlessly, and to this day, fucking proud of. My memory of it felt—still feels—really good.


“I think that certain emotions can be difficult and they hurt. You know after a bad breakup you go, “I never want it again! I never gonna fall in love again! I don’t want to feel this!” And you think you can shut those things down but that’s what drives us, man! That’s what keeps us going and I don’t mind a rough road. It’s life!”

Nia is the only one who can access her emotions all the time even though she’s not allowed to show those emotions. So that meant I had to put myself in the position of having these feelings but needing to somehow contain them and not let on what is going on inside her. In my own experience in this business that’s often a role I’ve had to play, where you need to present yourself in a certain way even though you might be having a terrible day or going through a lot of issues in your life. We can all understand that kind of situation because in everyday life you’re often putting on a false front simply because it wouldn’t be socially acceptable to reveal what you’re feeling.
—  Kristen Stewart, on Equals
The 10 best films of 2015
From two outstanding documentaries to a pair of blockbuster spinoffs we never knew we needed, critic Owen Gleiberman picks the finest cinema had to offer.
By Owen Gleiberman

If the Ingmar Bergman of Autumn Sonata had been a looser and less severe film-maker, he might have come up with something like Olivier Assayas’ haunting drama about an actress (Juliette Binoche) who doesn’t realise the midlife crisis she’s going through has become her greatest role. Binoche musters a symphony of emotion, and Kristen Stewart, as her tersely ambitious assistant, gives a performance that points to the kind of actress she could be: a millennial Jane Fonda. Assayas turns the title cloud formation – an eerie snake of white wisps – into a metaphor for life’s dark forces that is also a poetic coup de cinema. (Credit: Les Films du Losange)

List of 10 best films of 2015 by the BBC

  1. Carol
  2. Mad Max: Fury Road
  3. Love and Mercy
  4. Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief
  5. Trainwreck
  6. Inside Out
  7. The End of the Tour
  8. Creed
  9. Clouds of Sils Maria
  10. Amy