Dienstag, 10. Mai 2016

Variety Spezialausgabe zum Cannes Film Festival 2016

Einer geht noch, einer geht noch rein - oder aber auch: auf eins kann ich noch drauf :D Kristen ziert ein weiteres Magazin als Covergirl. Dieses Mal ist es die Spezialausgabe von Variety für das Cannes Film Festival.
Ich bin hellauf begeistert! Dieses rote Kleid - ihre Haare - das Make Up...für mich einer der besten Looks in blong "so far" ;)

Das Interview zum Shooting wurde heute auch schon veröffentlicht. Nachlesen könnt ihr es bei Variety. Einen ganz kleinen Einblick bekommt ihr jetzt:

After taking 18 months off following the release of the final “Twilight” film in 2012 — “it was such overexposure,” she says — Stewart returned with a vengeance to making movies. Her résumé is now loaded with edgy and experimental indie titles, and she’s racked up frequent-flier miles by traveling to film festivals. She kicked off 2016 at Sundance with Kelly Reichardt’s “Certain Women,” in which she plays an adult-school teacher who has a bittersweet relationship with a student (Lily Gladstone). She’s the lead in Drake Doremus’ “Equals,” a dystopian love story that debuted at Venice and will open in theaters July 15. She just finished a pivotal role as the sister of a conflicted Iraq war hero in Ang Lee’s “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk,” which debuts in the fall.

 And she has two movies at this week’s Cannes Film Festival: Woody Allen’s opening-night comedy “Café Society,” where she portrays an Audrey Hepburn-like 1930s secretary; and Assayas’ “Personal Shopper,” an eerie ghost story in which she appears in every scene. “She was playing what I wrote, but taking it to another dimension,” Assayas says. “That’s the most exciting thing you can witness.”

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