Kristen Stewart on Her Directorial Debut: ‘I’ve Wanted to Make Movies Since I Was 10’

Kristen Stewart, along with actor Josh Kaye, and producers David Ethan Shapiro and Michael A. Pruss, joined the Variety Studio at the Sundance Film Festival, presented by Orville Redenbacher’s, to talk about her directorial debut “Come Swim.”


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  1. Triad says:

    All I know about Kristen Stewart is that she goes from one failure to the next. She’s the perfect example of “failing up,” but why? Why does this no talent hack keep getting chance after chance? She has one expression, she’s no great shakes as an actress, she can’t create a character to save her life, her little short flopped at Sundance yet it’s going to Cannes–what is up with her?

    Nothing she does ever makes money for the investors, and the thing she’s most famous for is cheating with her married director and sabotaging the Snow White franchise. You notice Universal has avoided her like she has the plague. Since then, she’s in the papers more for cheating on her girlfriends than she is for any work she’s done. I guess being tabloid fodder does pay off, but it’s sure not anything I’d want to emulate. Listen up Hollywood, raise your standards. It’s not like she’s popular at the box office.

  2. facts! says:

    I’m sorry. Much as I admire Kristen Stewart, she’s still a kid, and those debuts often don’t go well. Why not wait, hon? Maybe you’ll have something well-formed to say later.