Stewart appears on the cover of the September issue of Nylon magazine. In the interview she talks about her sexual orientation.
Google me, I’m not hiding. I think in three or four years, there are going to be a whole lot more people who don’t think it’s necessary to figure out if you’re gay or straight. It’s like, just do your thing. If you feel like you really want to define yourself, and you have the ability to articulate those parameters and that in itself defines you, then do it. But I am an actress, man. I live in the f*cking ambiguity of this life and I love it. I don’t feel like it would be true for me to be like, ‘I’m coming out!’
Stewart appears on The Late Late Show to promote her movie Clouds of Sils Maria. She talks about how she turned to her mom for her new tattoo.
My whole family’s really tatted, and for years and years I was like I do not need that. I’m pure, and I stand alone…Then I was like … ‘Mom, can you call your tattoo artist?’ It was a sweet little experience.
Stewart appears on the cover of March 2015 issue of French magazine Madame Figaro. She talks about being the first American actress to win France’s highest acting award and her love for French cinema.
I like French cinema, because it involves imagination, spontaneity, daring. In France, when you start a movie, you do not ask if it will work even before completing. The film is carried by a stronger desire than economic logic.
Stewart appears on the cover of the September 2014 issue of Elle magazine. She talks about her growing career, not being a people pleaser, and when she realized the impact of Twilight.
The day the movie came out there was a picture of me—in the New York Post, I think. I was sitting on my front porch, smoking a pipe with my ex-boyfriend and dog. And I was like, Oh sh-t, well, I have to be aware of that.
Stewart and Binoche appear on the cover of the September 2014 issue of Interview Germany magazine. They talk about working together on Clouds of Sils Maria. Binoche says:
Of course I googled [Kristen Stewart]. I needed to know whom I am supposed to meet and play with. I also watched On The Road and skipped Twilight. Although I have to admit that the first time I ever saw you was on my daughters walls.
Stewart appears on the cover of the September 2014 issue of Vanity Fair magazine. She talks about working with actors she doesn’t vibe with, people’s perspective of her, and continuing acting.
I attribute my early start to my ability to do this job. It requires being comfortable within an insane amount of attention. If I hadn’t started out when I was really little I don’t think I would have done this as a teenager or as a young adult. It’s not in my make-up to go stand in the middle of a room. But I really wanted to be an actor and I wanted to make movies. I wanted to emulate my parents.
Stewart and Binoche are featured on the cover of Interview Germany magazine to promote their latest film Clouds of Sils Maria. When asked how she prepared for the role Binoche replies:
Of course I googled you (Kristen). Why? I needed to know whom I am supposed to meet and play with. I did watch some interviews of yours and instantly decided that I like you. I also watched On The Road – and skipped Twilight. Although I have to admit that the first time I ever saw you was on my daughters walls. I remember walking into her room thinking: So what the hell is this about?
In an interview with Vanity Fair Italia, Watson defends Stewart against recent media criticism regarding the scandal between Stewart and Rupert Sanders.
I thought that the media picked on her in a very horrible way. Kristen is human, just like everybody else, and she’s so young. Everyone makes mistakes, everyone. It’s not fair to consider them matters of public interest.
Stewart discusses her career and her new role in On the Road, based on the book by Jack Kerouac, in this interview for PBS. On her character:
Some people aren’t comfortable with being comfortable. Some people really want to be pushed and find people that they can pull something out of you that you didn’t know you had, and you can scare yourself. I sort of realized at that point it was like I need to find people like that – people that are sort of comfortable – people that revel in sort of going a little crazy and following certain lines that aren’t necessarily expected or conventional.
Seacrest interviews Stewart during On Air With Ryan Seacrest about her role in the film Snow White and the Huntsman.
I didn’t have too much training, other than the horse stuff. I kind of got ready to put myself through hell and it was all sort of just wrapping your head around really throwing yourself into something.
Stewart appears on the cover of the January 2009/December 2008 issue of TeenVogue magazine. She talks about never reading the Twilight books, her character in Twilight, and fashion.
If I’m just chilling out, then people can see me any which way, but it’s different when you’re putting yourself together to do something professionally. You’re under a lot of scrutiny. It’s a bizarre thing, to me, to consider that what I wear or what I do with my hair, can affect my career… I’m not the type of person who has a million things in my closet to put together, so I’ve begun to work with a stylist and we’ve started to figure out what I like. Simple, classically pretty things; I love Chanel.
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