Kristen Stewart’s reaction when told she should have media training: “Screw you!”

Actress Kristen Stewart posed for the cameras at the New York Cinema Society screening of 'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse' on June 29, 2010 in New York City, NY.  Fame Pictures, Inc

I think we’re about to get another round of Kristen Stewart lip-biting angst because The Runaways is about to open in the UK, and probably around Europe, maybe. Kristen gave a big interview to The Telegraph, and it is… ugh. This chick. I mean, I’ll totally defend her about some things. I think she is genuinely nervous and uncomfortable doing press. And I think it’s all kinds of wrong to question her sexuality just because she walks a certain way, or because she’s happier in Chuck Taylors than Jimmy Choos. She’s a tomboy, and yes, she’s kind of butch. Lots of heterosexual girls are, and I feel like she gets so much criticism for how she comes across mainly because she’s not putting herself out there like an oversexed, girlish, oh-I’m-so-gorgeous starlet.

Unfortunately, I cannot and will not defend Kristen on some things. Sometimes she just comes across as such a pill, such an ungrateful little snot. This Telegraph interview is one of those times. Here’s one part that made me roll my eyes until it hurt:

It’s tough being Kristen Stewart. Her performance as the indecisive, lip-biting heroine, Bella Swan, in the Twilight films has seen the 20-year-old American actress emerge as a rather reluctant poster-girl for 21st-century teenage angst…. It’s not surprising that she has struggled to cope with the media attention, and her discomfort when dealing with interviewers has opened her up to accusations of being surly and defensive. I have not found her so on the previous occasions we have spoken.

She can be unnervingly silent – she thinks carefully about each question and often has many stabs at a reply before settling on a finished sentence – but she is intelligent and engaging. In truth, like many women her age, she’s probably just a little bit embarrassed.

“I am quite shy and people think I’m aloof,’ she explains, sitting opposite me in a suite at a sumptuous Beverly Hills hotel. “I get that all the time: ‘She should not be in this position because she can’t handle it,’ and, ‘She is stuck up and doesn’t want to talk to anybody. She is miserable, and if you are so miserable stop doing it.’ But do you have a choice? I want to be an actor, I am just not very comfortable talking about myself.”

“When I did the first Twilight movie they were like, ‘Now you have to go and do media training,’ and I was, ‘Screw you! Do you think you are going to wrap up all my little insecurities and throw them out the window? Do you think you are going to put soundbites in my mouth? I’ll do your course, but that’s not going to happen.’”

[From The Telegraph]

Yes, producers knew her lip-biting angst act would grow tired, and so they offered to PAY for Kristen to undergo media training so that she could actually sound like a professional and learn to deal with the vital part of her job, promoting her work, and her reaction to that was to yell “Screw you!” and whine about her insecurities. Ugh. At some point, she has to grow up and sack up, you know? We get it. You’re insecure. Now act like a professional. You’re getting paid millions of dollars for it, so do it. Here are more highlights from the piece:

On The Runaways: ‘The Runaways started everything for chicks in rock and roll,’ says Stewart. ‘So many women in bands say, “I’m in a band because of the Runaways.” It was initially a small movie, then because of the whole Twilight thing it got a lot of attention. I now know Joan and I have a relationship with her, and if we didn’t do a good job everything would fall away, so it was important we got it right. I felt comfortable in Joan’s clothing. It’s like armour. Punks put it on because they are protecting themselves, because they are outsiders, and because they are fighting something. And it’s weird – I did a lot of press for the second Twilight movie when I was shooting The Runaways, and I was feeling a little insecure, which doing those press things makes me, and I didn’t go to my normal defences, I went to Joan’s.’

On always being angst-ridden: “I wore a T-shirt in kindergarten that said kick butt first. ask names later on the back,’ she says suddenly. ‘I just thought of that randomly, sorry, but I think it might show that I’ve always been overly indignant in my reactions to not being able to be myself. And when other people are in that position I get enraged, too, so I think that I share that with Joan. I’m a bit easier than Joan, although she’s really thoughtful and quiet underneath. With everything she wears she’s not trying to be cool, she is trying to be tough, she’s compensating. At the time, it wasn’t normal to do what she did and she was always told, “You’re not right, you’re different, so you’re a bitch.’”

On leaving public school for private tutoring: ‘I was glad to leave school. I was missing a lot of classes and they were failing me’ – and says that she does not feel as though she was deprived of a normal childhood (she’s since completed her high-school education via correspondence courses). ‘I couldn’t relate to kids my own age. They are mean and don’t give you any chance. Once you have done with school, you realise that it is just a smaller version of life, and really I have felt that I should have been an adult since I was aged about five. I remember when I turned 18 everyone asked me if I felt more mature, but I felt the same as I always did. Juggling work and school, and helping my mother; I’ve always had a lot of responsibility.’

On her relationship with Sparkles: ‘It doesn’t matter how many times I’ve spoken to someone or how well they know me, I’m just not going to talk about that,’ she says when I ask. But it is weird with the paparazzi. We are not on the top of the paparazzi list, but it is definitely tougher for Rob.’

She writes: “Not stories per se, just thoughts and bits of prose.”

On her cat, Max: “He’s insane. He’s like the antichrist when I try to travel with him. I like to take him with me when I’m away filming.”

Working on On the Road: “I play Marylou and I am f–ing freaking out about it. Nobody has ever tried to make it and yet, reading the book, it is insanely iconic. It is my favourite book. It is so f–ing cool that I am doing it. A friend introduced me to it when I was 14 and I have read it a couple of times.”

[From The Telegraph]

Once you get past the angst, she’s just a normal kid. Not exceptionally bright, but not really stupid either. She likes to read and write and she’s in her second long-term relationship ever. She tries to be a good actress, and… well, I give her credit for trying? Maybe? I don’t know. I rented The Runaways a few weeks ago, and I really disliked it. Maybe it was too “authentic” to me, what with poor little Dakota Fanning acting her ass off as Cherie Currie. But Kristen really fell flat as Joan. It was just “Bella Gets a Bad Haircut and Slouches A Lot”. There was so little dialogue for the women too – everything is in artsy set pieces and knowing looks between Dakota and Kristen. Eh. I was not impressed.

42438, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - Friday July 9 2010. Kristen Stewart, reluctant star of the Twilight saga, hides her face as she leaves the Troubadour music venue in West Hollywood. Photograph:  Josephine Santos,

June 28, 2010 - New York, New York, U.S. - Actress KRISTEN STEWART arrives for her appearance on the 'Late Night With David Letterman' held at the Ed Sullivan Theater. © Red Carpet Pictures

Los Angeles Film Festival ECLIPSE Premiere held at The Nokia Theatre L.A.Live in Los Angeles, California on June 24th, 2010. Kristen Stewart                                      Fame Pictures, Inc

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  1. Kazoo81 says:

    i wonder how she’d respond if someone told her to take a bath.

    she always looks so unclean.

  2. geenie says:

    I saw the Runaways at the theater and I wasn’t crazy about it either. It was bland and boring at times.

    Kristen needs to lighten up and show some happiness. She’s become rich and famous, plus she’s young. Enjoy it and take it in while you’re young. So, you have no more privacy, poor you. Little whinnining brat.

  3. GatsbyGal says:

    Her hair always sucks.

  4. ch says:

    you are right about the runaways
    it almost has no plot
    and it is full of clichés
    the girls dont have much to work with
    however its really beautiful to look at
    but thats not enough

    i must confess i find kristen interesting
    she´s obviously a little lost in all this “being famous” drama
    some actors are really shy people, they are difficult and not very “social”
    and all this atention and scrutiny is really really hard on them
    they get nervous and say stupid things
    of course they make lots of money, but i never thought money is really a justification for anything
    if you are a difficult person, money won´t change it
    i just hope she understands her role and just copes with it
    she just should try to give generic answers to the press
    but then she wouldnt be interesting at all

  5. NayNay says:

    If ths cannot handle talking about herself, then I think she has chosed the wrong career.

    @ Kazoo81:

    I agree, she always looks slimy.

  6. jen says:

    I like her, but her schtick is growing tiresome.

  7. caz says:

    I understand her social awkwardness and there are plenty of actors out there that don’t do press for the same reason. If a movie is good enough, you don’t need to a lot of press to get people to see it. Unfortunately, she signed up for a movie that has a die hard tween following and that implies the actors to be plastered everywhere. Usually when there is that kind of push for press…means the movie sucks, which in this case…..Twilight series sucks.
    That being said, Kristen is a horrible actress and watching her act is excruciating. I don’t think she is in the wrong business because she doesn’t do media right, I think she is in the wrong business because she is horrible at acting.

  8. Cam says:

    @Ch Yes, I think she’s a really interesting person too, it’s like… she’s different from any other celeb, guess that makes her special, I don’t know. All I know is that she’s not a really good actress, at least that’s what she reflects on screen and.. hey! isn’t it what really matters?

  9. Nia says:

    I wish I could tell my boss “Screw you” the next time she sends me on a skills training seminar.

  10. photo jojo says:

    I get really tired of hearing all these actors claim they want to act but NOT do the press, etc. Well here’s a thought – YOU go to Des Moines, or Mobile, or some far flung town somewhere and work at Wal Mart or somewhere else and do community theater for free. THAT way, you can practice your craft in anonymity. Because I got news for you: the only reason people pay you millions of dollars to make movies is because you are a recognizable celebrity. It’s not FAIR, but it is what it is. So come live my life and juggle bills and real life and do some acting for fun or STFU and count your blessings.

  11. tooey says:

    I love her but I’m beginning to believe she’s a one-trick pony. Her performance as Joan Jett was incredibly lethargic. It did nothing to dispel Bella and Twilight. She’s needs to do something and show some range and energy!

  12. Manda3 says:


  13. iKat says:

    Her make-up is beautiful in those last two photos.
    She, on the other hand, is dull.

  14. Sinead says:

    But what about Robert de Niro? One of the ultimate actors but he couldn’t open his mouth in public. I actually find that actresses like Hayden P are much worse. Overly confident and annoying. Kristens just a shy person who hides it in toughness. Completely normal for that age and she shouldn’t be slated by 30 and 40 year old confident, well worn journalists for her own natural personality.

  15. ch says:

    i absolutely agree with you
    i swear i was laughing at her bad acting in the first twilight

    but, and this may sound weird, i think she knows shes not good and she doesnt deserve all the hype
    in her interviews what i understand she wants to say (but somehow she just sounds ungrateful) is that she would like to learn the craft and be a good actrees and then maybe get the atention
    somehow, is like she feels guilty of not deserving …
    of course, if you are 20 years old there is no way to avoid all the crap about the world doesnt get me, just my friends and my cat understan me
    dont tag her as that ungrateful kid
    its too soon
    and she has an undeniably screen presence
    as long as she doesnt mess to much with drugs…in this times, if she just smokes weed is like a triumph

  16. Stephy2485 says:

    #15— I basically agree with everything you just said..

    I really do like K-Stew (do people call her this or am I completely confused and out of touch? lol) I loved her in the Runaways and I was completely disenchanted with Dakota Fanning and her alleged acting skills…She was a completely wrong pick…

    Twilight was an awful franchise to sign on for…I mean, even the biggest “Twihards” I know criticize the movie and are actually moving away from the saga entirely…They aren’t Tweens though so maybe that’s just it….
    Anyway, I hope Kristin picks better roles and roles she can be comfortable in…Ie: NOT Twilight more like The Runaways…

  17. Kiska says:

    I believe the Twilight series of films are great B-movies. I’ve watched both and found them both so funny and laughed out loud for the duration of the film. The wooden acting, the glitter skin, and the shirtless boys running around turning into wolves. HILARIOUS

  18. trishy says:

    maybe she should reconsider the media training – they could teach her how to answer questions in that vague movie-star way, and to completely dodge questions she doesn’t want to answer. think about it, Kristen.

  19. hairball says:

    nia and photo jojo: Agree. I like my job as a physical therapist, but I loathe having to go to meetings or do presentations for my job – ie: JOB. Part of being an actor is clearly doing interviews – that’s not a surprise to anyone.

    I don’t tell my boss to screw herself, that I’m not doing it. I suck it up and do it. I ACT like I want to be there and am professional – even though it’s the last thing I want to do is get up in front of a bunch of people or be put on the spot in front of people at a meeting.

    People appreciate when you are professional and put on a positive attitude – they don’t need to know how miserable you are. We all have to do things we don’t want to do, it’s called life.

    With that said, I don’t think she thinks she’s that great either. I think it makes her really uncomfortable to have these freak fans obsessing over them.

  20. ch says:

    how old are you hairball? (more or less 😉 )

  21. hairball says:

    @ch: I’m 32.

  22. d says:

    I’ve always wondered if studios, when they hire an actor/actress, show that actor/actress their job description, which I’m sure is more than just: “Act as X in Y movie.”
    I would think that when you’re hired for a job, you do all your duties professionally and gracefully, and accept help when offered (when most companies will just fire you if you’re incompetent). It’s part of being a mature adult. So I can’t help but think that promoting a movie would be part of that job description. She needs to grow up and get over herself. She can pretend while promoting. I don’t know how contractrs are structured, but I’m also assuming that actor’s salary includes promotional work. If I had to work off the clock, I’d be resentful, but I’ve never heard that promotional work is. I don’t know, maybe someone else knows.

  23. ch says:

    @hairball: lets see how she´s doing at 32. I remember when I was 20 and I was plain stupid. Not anymore, of course

    @d22: i´m not sure about that. I would say that nothing was planned with the first movie, since it took everybody by surprise. But try to understand that for a 20 year old that wants to learn her craft and be in shootings and act act act act, the promotional tours (that sometimes take forever) feel like death. I totally can understand. She´s not talking in terms of JOB shes talking on terms of CRAFT. Dancers want to dance, writers want to write, painters want to paint. And they are sometimes difficult to understand.

  24. hairball says:

    @ch: I agree.

    It seems so many people / culture seem to portray females as always wanting and desperately trying to be 22 again.

    I wouldn’t trade anything to be 22 again. I was riddled with insecurity, didn’t see people/situations for what they really were and had no idea how to ‘be’ myself.

    So I cut Kristen considerable slack as I didn’t have a camera crew following me during that time, and I think she tries for her – but at some point, she has to realize if she wants to act as her job, then she has to put on her gracious face and just do the interviews and be asked the same questions 100x.

    If not, then she should just act in her room, because she won’t be able to do it as a career then.

  25. im awful says:

    oh girl, get over yourself. i have a fear of public speaking but when i need to speak in front of a bunch of peeps at a conference, i suck it up and just do it. its called being an adult. you should try it.

    oh and i was doing presentations since i was 21, so dont give me that bull that shes young. shes simply just a whiny baby.

  26. Madison says:

    At some point she will grow up and learn to deal with it all, she’s only 20, cut her some slack. I don’t see the big deal in her not wanting to go to media training so they could turn her into another vapid hollywood actress, good for her she should be who she is. As time goes on I’m sure she’ll get more exprienced at dealing with it all.

  27. ch says:

    @you are awful
    sure, she has one year to sound as mature as you.

  28. Kelly says:

    I was on the fence, but I guess I agree with im awful – it’s just part of growing up! Everyone can learn to at least speak in full sentences, smile and nod gracefully. Enough slouching and lipbiting, already – I’m sure she’s intelligent enough to hold a conversation.

    I guess you can say actors are “artists,” therefore they can be shy, sensitive, difficult… But they are different in that their product – the moving image – is consumed by the public, and therefore needs to be promoted to the public in some way. Painters and sculptors don’t have to stump in the same way – they can leave it to their galleries or publicists to get their work in the hands of collectors or museums. They don’t need to be on E! or Letterman.

  29. im awful says:

    never claimed to be mature. my frequenting this site should indicate my level of maturity.

    i simply have no sympathy for this chick and people that resemble her. she always makes excuses for her rude and stupid behaviour. man up.

  30. ch says:

    you are really awful
    i hope nobody gets offended here

    anyways, i´ll give you that she´s been enough time in the press game, and she should know better.
    We will check next year (at 21, you know)

  31. Johnthing says:

    Hate her, she’s ugly and I don’t see any smarts at all. Will always be Bella no matter what the role. One trick pony indeed.

  32. Mara says:

    Maybe I’m reading this differently but somehow I doubt she actually said ‘screw you’. I don’t doubt that it was implied but that’s different than using the words. She also says that she DID attend the classes they wanted her to go to. Her problem seems to be that she thought they wanted her to turn into one of those media trained, teen star robots that constantly spout soundbytes instead of who they really are. Her problem was not attending the classes or having media training at all. I don’t blame her for not wanting that but she needs to find some middle ground between the awkward mess that she can sometimes be and the robots.

  33. Snarf says:

    I can’t wait for Twilight to be over with, only so this petulant twerp goes back to irrelevancy.

  34. Jen D says:

    This may come across as snarky, but I don’t think she should take media classes. I think she should take some acting classes. It’s not that she’s a terrible actress. I think she’s probably a better actress than most of the others out there her age. She doesn’t seem to want to get by on her looks or her drunken antics like so many her age. Acting classes could help her be a bit more articulate, and, well, help her do a bit of a better job at acting. I like her, and I’d rather someone like her see success than Lindsay Lohan or Ashley Green.

  35. BlossumPossum says:

    She needs to grow up. kinda immature for a 22 year old with huge movies. If she wants to be an authentic address, minus the sound bites, why be in Hollywood at all? Why not just do theater? Instead she does Twilight?

    She should pontificate on the conflicts therein and perhaps put more effort toward integrity.

  36. Oh well says:

    Well, Kristen is 20 and not expected to behave like a 32 year old, however, she has been working for 10 years.
    If you aren’t good at your job after doing it for 10 years, regardless of age, a change of profession may be a good idea or, take the damn training.
    Different movies or not, her job is acting and promotions. Blah.

  37. AJ says:

    She is totally right – screw the media!

  38. becca says:

    You know – I think the soundbyte training would be good for her – she can hide who she really is and thus she’s got something to hide from the paparazzi.

    I don’t really care if she’s 20 – I’m turning 22 in December. She needs to suck it up. And she absolutely did have a choice in acting – and especially signing onto the Twilight movies.

    She should have done her research. I remember what the entertainment world was like BEFORE Twilight – and the books had an almost cult following among teens. The only reason why the whole movie may have seemed like it was an Indie was because they- in large part – cast mostly unknowns. Before Twilight, people would have had to think for a few seconds before they remembered any of Robert Pattinson’s roles.

    And I still haven’t forgiven her for the paparazzi rape comment. She should have known better. But it’s not like she cares about my forgiveness, she doesn’t! 😀 lol

    What gets me mad at her is when she whines about the lack of privacy and her insecurities when she’s got millions and millions in the bank and a roof over her head when the unemployment rate is around 10%. She should be greatful and suck it up BIG TIME.

    And if she’s got some deeper emotional issues surrounding her insecurities and complete inability to be social during press tours, she shouldn’t be spouting sh*t to the press. She should go and quietly seek professional help.

  39. Camille says:

    I like her. I like that she isn’t fake and plastic ala Megan Fox etc.
    I also think she is very pretty.
    Her acting skills are up for debate however, but there are worse out there than her. I hope she stays true to herself. We all know how being all tricked out and a fake show pony worked for Britney Spears for example.

  40. Tazina says:

    I think she would make an amazing Lisbeth Salander. She has the perfect personality for the character.

  41. albeli says:

    She’s so boring/annoying.

  42. d says:

    “She´s not talking in terms of JOB shes talking on terms of CRAFT. Dancers want to dance, writers want to write, painters want to paint. And they are sometimes difficult to understand.”

    OK, I get that, and I get that the paps are INSANE and rude and they can be horrible and make you really uncomfortable. I get that she’s young and is still figuring it out. But they offered to help her and presumably she can figure out a way to make that work for her BECAUSE SHE’S AN ACTRESS AND ACTRESSES PRETEND!

    Say I’m a painter. I really just want to paint, focus on my craft, creating paintings, and not be around other people. But say I now have to sell my paintings because I need a salary to put food on the table, and say I don’t have an agent to do that for me, and I don’t make enough through private sales, but I know I can sell them through the gallery down the road. Part of the deal is that I have to be at the show, meet people, talk about my work, and basically schmooze. It’s an art gallery, it’s what they do. Say I really hate that part and I’d rather just talk about art with my other artist friends. FINE. Nothing wrong with that. But, what do I do? Do I snark my way about the gallery with all my paintings on the wall, bitching that I have to talk to people now, or do I suck it up, be polite, schmooze, hopefully sell some paintings, and then get the hell out as soon as I politely can, although keeping a little bit of flakey-ness for that artistic mystique? Do you act the fool in public or do you keep that S*** to yourself, because you never know who might want to buy your painting? You know?

    On the other hand, I know this argument is shaky, since artists have been known to be flaky in public, JAckson Pollack being example, and get away with it…or not, but they didn’t give a darn.

    Still, I think it’s just called reality. No one’s telling Stewart she has to LIKE that PR part, they’re just telling her ways of COPING with it so she doesn’t stress out.

    Even in your basic office job, there might be one or two aspects of it that you really love, and then another part that you hate, but if you want to keep your job, you do the part you hate. If you want a promotion, you do the part you hate with aplomb and hopefully you don’t have to do that hateful bit anymore. If you can’t do that, you move on.

    Also: showbiz is hard.

    And: Maybe she shouldn’t take herself so seriously. Yes, acting is a craft. It’s also PRETENDING. She should be laughing at the ridiculousness of it all, including the celebrity madness and fatass paps who go mad for her pic.

  43. Chrissy says:

    I love the Twilight books and don’t mind the movies but I am ready for it to all be over so we don’t have to hear about this woman any longer. Let’s all give her the privacy she so obviously deserves!! She’s a terrible actress and a whiner. Totally over Kristen Stewart …

  44. Whitey Fisk says:

    Interesting pics with this – in the third photo, I think she resembles Rhianna, but in the fourth she’s a dead ringer for Joan Crawford. That’s quite a jump.

  45. CB Rawks says:

    Her mouth is too close to her nose, which gives her constant sneery-face. The lack of smiling doesn’t help.

  46. just another guy says:

    I wish she had never gotten out of that panic room. Her taintlight bothers me

  47. Wresa says:

    At least she’s genuine. I get so sick of “Oh we’re over the moon, my husband is perfect, our marriage is ‘Amazing!'” and then two months later the hypothetical celeb gets divorced. It is all so fake and makes ‘regular’ folk feel bad. Maybe it helps other young women to know that even a famous actress has insecurities, too.

  48. Chris says:

    I always interpreted her bemused, pan face as being a sign of ingratitude or Asperger’s Syndrome.

  49. Chris says:

    “I couldn’t relate to kids my own age. They are mean and don’t give you any chance.”

    Hmm, that’s another common issue for Aspies.

  50. Anj says:

    I hate Sparkly Patty.

    But sorry the truth is-

    Kristen Stewart is a lesbian.

  51. jemshoes says:

    K-Stew’s problem is that she really and truly believes she is an OLD SOUL for her age, and that she already knows all that there is to know, ever. I was like this too when I was in my 20s. Then I hit my 30s and now as a new mummy, I’m only just beginning to grow up and think, “Well, actually, there are A LOT of things I don’t know!” 🙂

    Her world-weariness just doesn’t translate well. She should relax more – not every interview she gives has to come at the price of her soul. I bet the media training would have clued her in on some of these aspects of public relations if she’d given it a chance. Funny how she made it about other-control (as in, others controlling her) when she could have seen the other side of the same coin and thought about it as better SELF-control.

  52. Lita says:

    Hehe @I’m awful – the sentiments and words you used to describe them sound precisely like me! Made me smile. You’ll maybe like a youtube vid search ‘chopper reid harden the fuck up’ – it’s funnier if you know who he is (gang criminal). Few days go by that I don’t think of playing that vid to someone instead of bothering to respond with actual words. Hmm – anyone got this chick’s email address?

  53. Stronzilla says:

    I say we keep all of her little insecurities and throw her out the window.

  54. Fiona says:

    Please, replace her for the next two Breaking Dawn movies, she will have to change as a vampire, anyway!!!!

  55. aenflex says:

    Cannot stand the girl. Don’t wish anything bad on her, just cannot stand her.

  56. a says:

    she needs to use more shampoo.

  57. hairball says:

    I watched the trailer for the Joan Jett movie and I cannot get over how she acts EXACTLY the same as Bella – I mean exactly. It was kind of like, you’ve got to be kidding me.

    I never thought her acting was great as Bella and found it distracting, but thought maybe she thinks that’s how Bella should be played. However, seeing her play Joan Jet the same way…. not good.

    The first director of Twilight said they were very lucky to get someone of Kristen’s ‘caliber’ come on board. Uh…yea.

  58. hairball says:

    Somone had mentioned Kristen is not expected to act as a 32 year old, that is very true. A 20 year old is not going to have an extra 12 years life experience. But I look at Taylor L (who I believe is younger then her…?) and he always carries and conducts himself very well. For his age, he does a very good, professional job of handling himself.

  59. Angb says:

    I love Kristen Stewart. This site is ridiculously harsh on this very talented actress. She is honest and thoughtful in this interview and you criticize her for it and encourage her to learn to be more superficial with generic, filtered responses. I hope she never changes. She’s genuine. She should be praised for this.