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Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart
Kristen Stewart is best known as the star of the teen blockbuster "Twilight" and the upcoming sequel "New Moon." She plays Bella Swan, a high school student who falls in love with vampire Edward Cullen (played by Robert Pattinson). The films are based on the books by Stephenie Meyer. One of Stewart's first films was "Panic Room" with Jodie Foster. She also starred in Sean Penn's "Into the Wild" with Emile Hirsch.
Kristen Stewart is best known as the star of the teen blockbuster "Twilight" and the upcoming sequel "New Moon." She plays Bella Swan, a high school student who falls in love with vampire Edward Cullen (played by Robert Pattinson). The films are based on the books by Stephenie Meyer. One of Stewart's first films was "Panic Room" with Jodie Foster. She also starred in Sean Penn's "Into the Wild" with Emile Hirsch. « Show less

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  • Film Review: 'Lock Charmer'

    A dose of magical realism isn't enough to prevent the modest delights of "Lock Charmer" from fading away as soon as the end credits roll. This wisp of melancholy comedy marks the second feature for Argentine helmer Natalia Smirnoff ("Puzzle"), and it's...
  • Study: Female Movie Stars Paid Significantly Less After Age 34

    Like most industries, the movie biz has long been plagued by age and gender biases. But a recent study suggests that when coupled, age and gender discrimination can yield an even more significant wage gap. According to a study in the Journal of...
  • Robert Pattinson's Dior deal has 'profound' effect: He moisturizes

    Robert Pattinson's Dior deal has 'profound' effect: He moisturizes
    Robert Pattinson's rough-around-the edges image is slowly dissipating. And we can be grateful to luxury fashion brand Dior for that. Girls around the world latched on to the British actor thanks to his alter ego --  "Twilight" vampire heartthrob...
  • Sundance: Festival Suffers From Too Much Brooklyn

    Robert Redford had said that he wanted this year's Sundance film festival, which celebrated its 30th anniversary, to go back to its independent roots. But even as some of the films felt smaller and took bigger risks, that didn't mean they struck a chord...
  • Sundance: Sex, Science and the Comedy of Discomfort

    SCOTT FOUNDAS: They say dogs come to resemble their owners (or vice versa), but if you hang around a film festival long enough, do you start to resemble the movies? That thought crossed my mind on Sundance's final Sunday, when, as I was leaving a...
  • Peter Pilotto Collection lands at Target this Sunday

    Peter Pilotto Collection lands at Target this Sunday
    On the rise since its launch in 2007, London-based fashion label Peter Pilotto, co-designed by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos, is Target's latest design partner. The highly anticipated 70-piece collection ($14.99-$79.99) debuts this Sunday, Feb. 9,...
  • Sundance: IFC Takes On Kristen Stewart's 'Camp X-Ray'

    More than a week after the Sundance Film Festival wrapped, IFC Films announced it has acquired North American rights to Peter Sattler's directorial debut "Camp X-Ray," an intimate war drama set in Guantanamo Bay starring Kristen Stewart and Payman Maadi...
  • Film Review: 'The Case Against 8'

    Earnest, solid if somewhat plodding at times, "The Case Against 8" follows the successful fight to have California's anti-gay-marriage Proposition 8 overturned as unconstitutional. There are engaging, articulate personalities here that maintain interest...
  • Heretic Films Taps Sarah Scougal as VP of Development and Production

    Heretic Films, the finance and production company founded by Burton Ritchie and Ben Galecki, has tapped Sarah Scougal as VP, development and production. Previously based in London, Scougal has worked for Working Title, Sprout Pictures and Vertigo Films....
  • Berlin: Drama 'Mad' Toplines Robust Slate From Paris-Based MK2 (EXCLUSIVE)

    Having seen robust sales last year on "A Touch of Sin," "Tom at the Farm" and "Hotell," Paris-based MK2 is looking for further arthouse business on "Don't Tell Me the Boy Was Mad," from Robert Guediguian. Produced by France's Agat Films, "Mad" begins its...
  • Guy East, Nigel Sinclair May Be Heading For Exclusive Media Exit

    Veteran sales agents Nigel Sinclair and Guy East appear headed for the exit from the powerhouse indie sales and production finance company Exclusive Media. "Exclusive Media's management is engaged in collaborative discussions with our partners from Dasym...
  • Sundance: Buzz Titles Still Up for Grabs Amid Snoozy Sales

    While festgoers are enjoying unusually warm weather in Park City, the temperature on the acquisition front at this year's Sundance Film Festival has been cool so far, with fewer deals taking longer to materialize and with smaller pricetags. The hesitance...