Ein wirklich sehr schönes Interview, in dem Kristen über ihre Rolle Lydia, über Twilight und ihre Zukunftspläne spricht.
Let’s begin by making things clear: Kristen Stewart is not, at the age of 24 and with 33 film credits in the past 15 years, quitting Hollywood.
But Stewart has been carving out her own career path since graduating from the Twilight series, focusing on such smaller, independent features as Camp X-Ray, Clouds of Sils Maria, and, most recently, in Still Alice, where she plays Lydia, a daughter who must care for her Alzheimer’s-stricken mother — played by the Golden Globe-winning, Oscar-nominated Julianne Moore.
Stewart, however, wants to keep things unpredictable and is always willing to take a chance. Like, perhaps, a blockbuster Marvel or DC film. “I love watching those movies,” she tells Yahoo Movies. “I would love to show people that I can do more than just be ‘Kristen Stewart’ in a different movie, in a different circumstance.” She notes her past role as Snow White in the big-budget fantasy adventure Snow White and the Huntsman could be a jumping off point for a superhero role. “I’m sure I could get on board with Captain America, you know what I mean?… It would just have to be the right thing.”
In a wide-ranging conversation, Stewart also discusses her deep admiration for Moore (“She’s a genius”) and a moment in Still Alicethat makes her cringe (“I look f---ing ridiculous”); explains why herClouds co-star Juliette Binoche “drives me f---ing crazy”; and offers more details on her directorial aspirations (“I want to start at the very bottom”).
What drew you to Still Alice?I’ve known Julie [Julianne Moore] for a number of years. Without harping on the very common complaint that there aren’t very many good roles for girls, when one is quite good and undeniably real, it sticks out like a flint rock. You can’t help but fall over it thinking, “Oh God, I hope I don’t break my face so I can play this part, because I’m floored by it.”
I knew that she was going to knock it out of the park and it was important. I grew up thinking Alzheimer’s was an old-timer’s disease, too. Most people do. I just wanted to make sure that she was supported. I would do anything. And that’s kind of what Lydia is doing.
So it was Julianne Moore who flagged the role to you initially?She was very much a part of orchestrating all of this.