Kristen Stewart Is Dazed And Confused In September 2009

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She appeared on the world’s map almost a year ago, being Bella Swan, Twilight’s darling. Now she’s on everyone’s radar, one day she’s single, the next she’s Robert Pattinson’s girlfriend and the next she’s pregnant with his child. That must be really intense to live!

But besides being Bella, Kristen Stewart has her own life and even if she was the perfect choice to impersonate this character, KStew as she is named by the gossip press is a charming 19-year old young, beautiful woman. (the story continues right after the jump with more images)

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Kristen Stewart Dazed and Confused September 09

Even though her Dazed and Confused interview focuses on her personal life and the lack of comfort in her newly found stardom, there’s something about Kristen’s professional life I had no idea about and she mentioned it in the interview. Did you know she’s acting for over eight years and she’s been in 23 movies already? That’s really something! And here I was, worried about the next generation of really good actors, actors who don’t rely on CGI to boost their performances! Say, what if we replaced the Emma Watson alleged obsession with a new, Kristen Stewart one? (photos via)

Kristen Stewart Dazed and Confused September 2009

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#1 Ellington on 08.24.09 at 3:06 pm

Lord Love A Duck! NO!!!
I have never seen “Twilight” and I never ever will, and nor will I read the books.
I did know that Kristen Stewart has been acting for a bit. She played Jodi Foster’s daughter in the film “Panic Room”, which I enjoyed and I thought she was good in.
I don’t mind her Kpriss but please for the love of cheese sandwiches do not go all mental Emma like with her!
There may not be enough men with style to make up for that if you do! ;)

#2 Adriana on 08.24.09 at 6:20 pm

Lord Love A Duck? For the love of sandwiches? Really I’ve to make a list with all that remarks of yours Ellington! Hahahaha… last I can write after a loooooong laugh that make my belly ache! Oh, no here I go again…….Hahaha, there maybe not enough men with style……oh now I’m dazed and confused!
Kristen Stewart? Heard the name that’s all….
Oh no (yes, it’s late here) that’s the girl who’s gonna play Rock Goddess Joan Jett! Well Joan is content with the choice so who am I but I would have loved to see Katherine Moennig (L Word and niece of Gwyneth Paltrow) in that part.
I wanted to look like or even be Joan Jett but that’s impossible being a pale redhead…;;)

#3 kpriss on 08.24.09 at 9:37 pm

You know, Ellington, that’s what I said at first too! That I shall not be touched by the Twilight madness, no-no-no! then, one evening, we watched the dam’ thing! And what do you know? I had the Twi-virus too! I won’t say any-spoiler-thing in case you ever decide to join the fangs-fans, but so you know, there’s a lovely story inside. Too bad it had to be so commercial!

hmmm that reminds me – I always wanted to see Panic Room! I so love Jodie Foster! Great actress!

I’ll try my best! but you never know what the New Moon brings! mwahaha ;)

#4 Ellington on 08.25.09 at 3:20 pm

Sorry sweets that ain’t gonna happen! no twilight for this chica! :)

#5 Adriana on 08.25.09 at 4:01 pm

I realise I’m into the “Twilight Zone” for ages! It’s on my fave rock-songs-list. It’s also the opening video on my YouTube channel: Dutch greatest rock-band Golden Earring doing their song “Twilight Zone” live in Amsterdam’s Paradiso and I was there! Oh yeah “Help I’m steppin’ into the Twilight Zone
Place is a madhouse……”
I love that band…….:)

#6 cc on 01.06.10 at 11:02 pm

Myself- I’m anti-Harry Potter. Never seen or want to see the films or read the books. BORING!!! Who knows, maybe in the future if I have kids they might coerce me into reading them and then perhaps I’ll understand why so many people are such hardcore Potter fans but for now – I just don’t care to know!

So I understand if someone doesn’t want to get sucked into the Twilight hoo-haa. It would be SO EMBARRASSING to realise that, aw shucks, it’s a cute little love story that speaks to your female heart and NO! NO! oh NOOOOO! that you actually LIKE IT and you are now just one more of the madding crowd. Go on, be strong! Prove it to yourself that you can watch it and NOT allow it to make the slightest romantic impression on you whatsoever. Are you strong enough? haha! Don’t you want a little CHALLENGE!?

#7 Ellington on 01.07.10 at 10:46 am

Sorry cc, I do not do insipid tripe (yes I called it that, bring it twi-hards! ;)) and I am not a band-waggon hopper, and I have never fallen prey to peer pressure, so nice try. I am made of sterner stuff, my dear. ;)
Besides if I do venture into the world of the undead, I have Buffy who kills the vamps, and when she does have a relationship with one it is explored on all sides the dark and the bright. She is a role model not Bella. :D

#8 kpriss on 01.07.10 at 11:11 am

You know, I never thought Bella could be taken as a role model… I think more of Hermione than Bella to guide the young generation… As for the Twihards :D I think they should have known Gone With the Wind before praising the Cullen & Co so much. That Scarlett character was a real woman. Tough and optimistic, not a suicidal one :( Sure she had her flaws (tons of them I might add!) but she was a survivor.

#9 Adriana on 01.08.10 at 6:24 am

Plus Scarlett, despite her flaws, helped others to survive as well. In the end she was driven by love. Scarlett is a hero to me.

#10 Ellington on 01.08.10 at 7:11 am

The film “Gone with the Wind” is one that I watch with a grain of salt. I prefer the film Scarlett to the novel version (which I studied in university) she is a strong character but the film has a lot of racist undertones and the novel is lousy with them! Scarlett is strong but she is ultimately self serving and if she does help someone it is a buy product of her wants and needs first. Helping someone for her is not the first thing on her mind.
Yes Kpriss Bella is a role model for many a young female (even some older ones too sadly) they all think she is great as she is being taken care of and loved (stalked) by Edward. They all seem to want that rather than being strong themselves. Which is why I prefer Buffy as a role model, she is flawed but she is strong, she asks for help from her friends when she needs it and she kills vamps rather than being a victim. I prefer her, she is a role model for the modern age. Hermione is smart but she is not a role model to me, she is too bossy and too much of a know it all. If I want a smart witch I will take Willow, Buffy’s friend. :)

#11 Adriana on 01.08.10 at 7:25 am

Ellington, I’ve wonderful old copy of “Gone with the Wind”! I’ve to admit I saw the film first and lots of times. I know Scarlett’s ways but in the end other’s benefits from her selfishness?
I was very young the first time I saw the film with my granny. Later on in life I noticed the racist undertones. I can’t help though to still love the book and film…..
I’ve never watched Buffy….I can not come up with the right modern role model.:((

#12 kpriss on 01.08.10 at 7:31 am

I was hoping to get that from you – indeed, Gone with the Wind has its flaws, like I said it before, Scarlett flourishing at her own interest, no matter what. Kinda like a cat, always lands on her feet (which is why I dislike cats – their selfishness and shallowness drive me mad sometimes).

Bella. A role model? The world is really upside down! The entire soap bubble romance of the Twilight industry makes me wonder what educational and cultural basis the Twihards really have… It’s something to take on the appeals of a young (or not) man who happens to be an actor (he could have been a postman for all I care, it’s still a job and not the actual person) but a completely other to live in someone’s fantasy – Twilight’s author (I think even she can’t believe the madness her soap-ish writings started around the world).

Hermione, yes.. Smart and bossy.. I liked her and found her close because it’s kinda like me when I was young, in school. The years combed by bossy airs but I hope my neurons are still there ;)

(the reason I silenced myself over Buffy and her friends is because I’m not a connaisseur. I know bits and pieces but not enough to judge anything Buffy-related. I do like vampire stories, though ;) )

#13 Ellington on 01.08.10 at 7:51 am

Ah please let us not get into the dogs are better than cats argument, for that is truly lame.
There are pros and cons to both animals/pets.
I like dogs and cats but I am always a tad wary of dogs due to my horrific childhood experience of them.
And by the way Kpriss… doesn’t your Hermione have a cat named Crukshanks? ; )

#14 kpriss on 01.08.10 at 7:57 am

lol! I had cats all my life! I loved them furry shallow felines like nobody’s business! And yes, you’re right, cats vs dogs is so lame, it even gets beyond the Twilight-lame sign!

#15 cc on 01.08.10 at 8:33 am

If Buffy the Vampire Slayer or Scarlett O’Hara is someone’s role model, time to switch off the tv and put down the book – it’s not real, girls!
By all means enjoy these novels, films and tv shows as entertainment but the great and wonderfully seductive world of fiction is not where anyone should be looking for ……


#16 cc on 01.08.10 at 8:37 am

I can see it now. People faced with a dilemma and going “Hmmm, oh gee, I just don’t KNOW! Hmmmmmm….What would Buffy do?”

#17 kpriss on 01.08.10 at 8:43 am

I’d rather go for “What Would Tyler Durden Do/Say?”

hmm.. yeah.. literary fiction still..

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