Kristen Stewart is probably hoping 2013 isn’t as dramatic as it was in 2012. I’m pretty sure the 22-year-old actress can’t take another major cheating scandal. I know Robert Pattinson can’t. If Kristen remotely even strays again, I’m sure he’s outta there. So far, she’s off to a good start. K-Stew graces the spring preview issue of V magazine. She also poses for a fashion editorial titled “The Cult of Kristen Stewart” which was snapped by photographers Inez & Vinoodh.
Kristen can currently be seen in the movie adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s On The Road. Her next project originally had her starring opposite Ben Affleck in the comedy Focus. Recently, Affleck pulled out of the project where he was supposed to play her love interest. I wonder if Jennifer Garner influenced Affleck’s decision. Wouldn’t want another repeat of Affleck’s alleged dalliance with Blake Lively during filming The Town. Right?
With 2012 behind her, Stewart tells V magazine that she’s living life “unafraid” and doesn’t “want to deprive herself of any bit of life.” She tells the publication how she’s changed over the past year and how she plans on using her new-found confidence in her post-Twilight career. Here’s a tiny suggestion. Try to develop another signature look besides her go-to pissed off and bitter one. You know what I’m saying. I actually like K-Stew but she always looks so annoyed to be anywhere. Check out her latest photo shoot below. She looks gorgeous but a smile couldn’t hurt, or at the very least a smize ;)
The first movie trailer for ‘On the Road‘ has just debuted and we’ve got your first look at the “book-to-movie” film. An adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s novel of the same name, the film stars the talented Sam Riley as Sal Paradise and the sexy Garrett Hedlund as Dean Moriarty. It also stars Kristin Stewart, Kirsten Dunst, Amy Adams, among many other familiar faces.
The story is based on the years Jack Kerouac spent traveling America in the 1940s with his friend Neal Cassady (aka the “Beat Generation“) and several other characters who would become famous in their own right, including William S. Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg.
The cast had to undergo a three-week “beatnik boot camp,” which involved reading the literature pertaining to the Beat Generation and was led by Kerouac biographer, Gerald Nicosia. I haven’t read the book but the film looks quite interesting. Check out the trailer below.