Mr. Snarky and I were flipping through the paper earlier today when he said offhandedly "Oh I see Kristen Stewart is in the paper..." or maybe he even said "KStew" but who remembers now??? All I can say is that I was cracking up that he even know who Kristen Stewart IS! What have I done to poor Mr. Snarky???
Anyway, there she is - right on the cover of the Arts and Entertainment Section. Here's a clip from the article -
WE know, courtesy of Us Weekly, that Kristen Stewart spreads butter on her blueberry bagels. People magazine just chronicled her alleged romance with her “Twilight” co-star, Robert Pattinson, in an entire issue devoted to the movie franchise. And everyone from “Access Hollywood” to The New Zealand Herald has chewed over her supposedly “moody,” “mopey,” “melancholy” demeanor. What hardly anyone outside Hollywood knows — or at least recognizes amid the tabloid frenzy, hyperventilating fans and cheesiness of the “Twilight” movies — is perhaps the most interesting thing about her: At 19 Ms. Stewart is considered one of the most promising actresses of her generation, with Oscar winners like Sean Penn and Jodie Foster lining up to offer praise.
“I do wish that people would focus more on the work, and I can’t say that I don’t take it personally,” said Ms. Stewart, who reprises her role as Bella Swan, an ordinary high school girl who falls in love with a sensitive vampire, in the forthcoming film “The Twilight Saga: New Moon.”
“But I understand it because what you do as an actor is so tied up in who you are as a person,” she continued with a deep sigh. “What really kills me — it really rips me up — is when people think I’m abrasive, inconsiderate or ungrateful because I don’t go outside in a bikini and wave to the paparazzi. Come on!”
Life as a teen idol has never been easy. But navigating the obsessive attention of young fans amid today’s media landscape — all Twitter, all YouTube, all TMZ, all the time — can be particularly harrowing. And Ms. Stewart in some ways has it even harder. Because of the grip the “Twilight” franchise has on young girls — the first movie raked in $384 million at the global box office and the books, by Stephenie Meyer, have sold over 70 million copies — she is not just an actress playing a popular role. Instead “Twi-hards” have come to project their version of romantic love on her; Ms. Stewart’s shyness and hints of awkwardness make her accessible to fans in a way Megan Fox is not.
You can find the full article/interview HERE!
Here is the second image from the article - she looks great! Really been working that shag, you know? And I'm not talkin' about the other shag that probably made her look all sassy and glowy and stuff. Oh wait I just did - oopsie!
OH - and look what I found when I was flipping through the rest of the the A&E section: A HUGE two-page, double-sided advertisement for New Moon! I'll bet Mr. Snarky will be wishing he had snuck this section of the paper directly into the recycle bin after I hang this up somewhere!
P.S. Yeah I know, we "don't do news" but I love being first to post something like this and can't resist when the opportunity presents itself! Humor me...