Welcome to Kristen Stewart Daily, your ultimate 24/7 one & only source for Kristen Stewart online, this site is truly dedicated the beautiful & talented actress Kristen Stewart. You may know her from movies such as "Into the Wild", "Adventureland", "The Runaways", "Panic Room" and she is currently portraying Bella Swan in "The Twilight Saga" and her recent upcoming films "Snow White and the Huntsman" & "Breaking Dawn Part 1 & Part 2". This site aim to provide you the daily dose of Kristen so be sure to pay a visit frequently for all the lastest news & updates.
photo gallery with over 35,000 Kristen Stewart photos!
Selena Gomez Web / Selena-Web.org
Help & Donation
As by keeping this site up and running,Kristen Stewart Source needs you, the visitors help to donate some funds to this site. I need to buy several resources which can costs me loads of bucks. Your help would be kindly appreciated.
Kristen Stewart Daily is an unofficial fansite. I'm in no way affiliated with Kristen Stewart anyone else connected with "Kristen Stewart" managment. Please do not send any fanmail and hatemail to me. All graphics are made by me unless stated, please do not reprint, copy or steal without premission given. This site is non-profit, and is in no way trying to infringe on copyrights.
Kristen Stewart and Garrett Hedlund have some racy scenes in On the Road…so how do their parents feel about the mature content?
“My mom and my sister watched it next to me,” Garrett, 28, said at a press event earlier today. “There were a lot of laughs. I’m not sure if that’s a good thing or a bad thing!”
“I think the only thing harder for a parent is watching [your child] in a dying scene,” Garrett added. “I’ve died in, like, three films. To get [my mom] to watch I Am Sam I told her it was a comedy. She came back pockets full of Kleenex.”
As for Kristen?
“I think everyone was really happy it took a few years for the movie to get made,”¬†she said.¬†”I haven’t really [warned] them…my mom came to Cannes-she loved it and was really proud. I haven’t talked to my dad about it yet really.”
“It’s easy to be mature about it, and place it in a context and feel protective of it,”¬†the 22 year old Twilight star added.Director Walter Salles also commented on how mature Kristen was about the nude scenes.
“I think that she’s such a mature and serious actress, that although the character is very different than who she is, she understood everything in the logic of the character made sense,” Walter said.
In fact, Kristen added that Welcome to the Rileys was probably more difficult for her parents to watch.
“I was so overtly sensitive about anything to do with-not overtly sexual-just anything about a young girl,”¬†Kristen said about Rileys.¬†”It rocked me and I think my parents could feel that as well.”
On the Road is a film that has been years in the making.
Kristen Stewart was first in talks when she was about 17, while Garrett Hedlund was attached for about six years. So what was it about this film that made both stars hold on–in between high profile films like Twilight and Tron–for so long?
“I really had to dig pretty deep to find it in me to play a person like Marylou. It took a long time,”¬†Kristen, 22, told us Monday.¬†”I couldn’t say no–I would have done anything on the movie. It was easy to connect the dots after having gotten to know the person behind the character and what you would need to pull off a lifestyle like that. That didn’t happen until deep in the rehearsal process.”¬†
“At first I was attracted to the spirit of it,”¬†Kristen continued.¬†”I’m the type of person–I need to be pushed really hard to be able to let it all hang. I think Marylou is the type of person you can’t help but be yourself around.”
As for Garrett, 28, there are certain beatnik ideals he could relate to.
“Within this time there was such a sense of yearning for freedom and to get out…these guys were trying to explore all aspects of life when few were,” Garrett told us. “The yearning for adventure–especially for me growing up in such a small town in the middle of nowhere–the desire to be away was incredible. The yearning to live, be on your own and journey. These guys were able to do that.”
Garrett joked that this project tortured their agents and managers because they wouldn’t give On the Road up:
“The torture wasn’t for them having to accept the fact your ass would be out for everyone to see and with the internet will never go away, it was the fact for two, three years you are saying, ‘No’ to everything that comes across the table!”
This entry was posted on Monday, November 5th, 2012 at 9:24 pm and is filed under Headline News, Interviews. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
Leave a Reply