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Kristen Stewart Doesn’t Like Fame
January 22, 2009, 11:04 pm
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“Twilight” star Kristen Stewart has always seemed like something of an unlikely movie star. The poor girl literally seems to recoil into herself during interviews and press events. So it comes as no real surprise that the actress is finally opening up about how seriously she takes being an actress, and what a mixed bag she finds the whole fame thing. Maybe “Twilight” co-star Robert Pattinson can give her some pointers on lightening up and having a little more fun with the whole thing. Though we imagine any advice given by Pattinson starts with some firm instructions on the importance of abandoning showering altogether.

Stewart grew up with parents in show business. One parent was a stage manager, the other a script supervisor. Speaking to Reuters Stewart said of herself, “I grew up on a set. I don’t take it as seriously, and then at the same time I take it more seriously than anyone. It’s like a balance.” Meaning she’s really good at working hard, and really bad at having fun with it. A wonderful balance.

Stewart stars in the new film “Adventureland,” currently screening at Sundance. “Adventureland” director Greg Mottola spoke to Reuters about the difficult situation that Stewart is currently in, being a young girl in the spotlight. Said Mottola, “I think there are some people who have some innate movie star gene that lets them just walk into that, like a George Clooney. But it didn’t happen to him when he was that young. So I feel for her, that’s a really hard thing.” And there you have the first and last time that Kristen Stewart will ever be compared to George Clooney.

As for attending college, Stewart says, “Not now, maybe if I can grow up a little bit. But not yet, I can’t. It’s just I’ve had a lot of demands put on me for quite a long time.”

We feel for you, Kristen. Fame and money are hard.



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