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Kristen Stewart Thinks Gender Issues Are “Boring.”

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I can smell the entitlement.

Recently, Kristen Stewart went to Sundance to promote her new film Certain Women, and was asked about gender equality in the media. Her response could not be more ignorant and entitled, to be completely honest and it pisses me OFF:

“It’s hard for me to speak to that, because, it’s awkward, I’m so fucking lucky and so stimulated and driven, like not bored, and I have something in front of me all the time. It sounds weird for me to sit around and be like, ‘It’s not fair!’ Guys make more money because their movies make more money. Let’s start making more movies. It makes sense.”

Oh yah? How?

“Instead of sitting around and complaining about that, do something… Go write something, go do something.”

Sounds easy! Movies are cheap and easy to make. ESPECIALLY if you’re a woman. Right, Kstew?

“And that’s easy to say… Like, f–k, it’s hard to get movies made. It’s a huge luxury. Who gets to just make movies? But that subject is just so prevalently everywhere right now, and it’s boring.”

(Via PerezHilton)

Ugh. Is it BORING? Does this discussion BORE YOU, KSTEW? Come back and talk to us in 20 years when you’re begging for roles that simply aren’t there for you, and nobody will let you make movies because you aren’t “sexy,” “relateable,” or “bankable.”

Girl is naive as hell. What do YOU think of her comments?

 

Posted Tuesday, January 26th, 2016 at 10:10am
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Kristen Stewart offers advice on fame to ‘Star Wars’ actress Daisy Ridley

Kristen Stewart offers advice on fame to 'Star Wars' actress Daisy Ridley

Now that everybody and their mothers have seen the new “Star Wars” movie, Daisy Ridley is becoming a household name. If you aren’t aware, she plays Rey in the movie. (No spoilers ahead for those who haven’t seen it!)

Daisy is about to be catapulted to superstardom as a result of her role in the franchise – similar to what happened with Kristen Stewart and the “Twilight” movies. So, who better to offer up advice on fame to the budding star?

When asked what advice she’d offer Daisy, Kristen said, “Focus on the fact that you’re stoked ’cause you’re doing the work that you want to do. It’s literally mainly just about focusing on what makes you happy. And if losing your anonymity or whatever doesn’t make you happy, then focus on something else.”

Daisy also said that she was offered advice by Harrison Ford, but called it more like a warning. She said, “It wasn’t really advice. It was more of a warning. He said that the anonymity thing is difficult, because as creative people you look to other people for inspiration and suddenly people are looking at you.”

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Posted Wednesday, December 30th, 2015 at 12:12pm
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Kristen Stewart Has Some Advice For Star Wars Newcomer Daisy Ridley

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Actually, this advice might actually be useful..

Mostly I find Kristen Stewart‘s words to be sanctimonious and trite, but she actually uttered some pretty good pieces of wisdom when she sat down and spoke to The Hollywood Reporter‘s Scott Feinberg about her new film Clouds of Sils Maria, where she plays an assistant to a movie star:

“As somebody who’s dealt with the more absurd, really surreal, oftentimes insanely superficial, empty circus of what the media can be — and perception versus reality — I thought it was really funny and appropriate for me to play that part.”

Cool, but then she went on to give a ‘lil bit of advice to current media sensation Daisy Ridley, who killed it in Star Wars: The Force Awakens:

“Focus on the fact that you’re stoked ’cause you’re doing the work that you want to do… It’s literally mainly just about focusing on what makes you happy. And if losing your anonymity or whatever doesn’t make you happy, then focus on something else.”

Yep, girl speaks from experience, doesn’t she?

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Posted Tuesday, December 29th, 2015 at 9:09am
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Kristen Stewart is a rebel in her movie choices, according to Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart is a rebel in her movie choices, according to Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart rose to superstardom as a result of her involvement in the “Twilight” franchise, but now she is taking her time in picking her next projects. She says that she wants to follow her heart and work on movies that interest her.

When asked if she’s a rebel, she revealed, “I think it all started when I stopped listening to others and I decided to take a break from the big Hollywood productions to focus on films for which I earn less but that I believe will repay me later on instead. If not financially, at least personally.”

She went on to say, “However, it is true. I’m a rebel. I mean, I prefer doing things my way and revolutionize what I don’t like instead.”

With regard to happiness, she said that they key is finding out what you want out of life. She said, “I believe it’s important to figure out as soon as possible what you really want. Someone still doesn’t know at 50-years-old. I think it’s essential if you want to reach the true happiness.”

She continued, “I believe that learning is an ongoing process; you never really stop to discover who you really are. Life changes you constantly. I do a job that allows me to discover other souls and that makes me go deeply into the mind and thoughts of other women and it’s a process that helps me to grow.”

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Posted Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015 at 2:14pm
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