January 30, 2010 at 2:52 pm by Molls
“Put your p—- to the wood! F— your guitar!”
- Kristen Stewart tells reporters at Sundance Joan Jett’s advice to her on how to properly rock out in The Runaways.
Definitely– definitely–seeing this movie.
January 25, 2010 at 11:37 am by Molls
Dakota Fanning is 16, but she looks like she’s 12, and I’m okay with that. Because she is absolutely adorable. Look at her in her little Bowie shirt! Dawwwww…..
She saw a few flicks this weekend at the Sundance Film Festival, meeting up with Kristen Stewart for one of them. Then I stole her and put her in my pocket so I could carry her around with me like a teddy bear.
Did that just cross the line into creepy?
Oh well, I’m sure that happens a lot with her.
January 23, 2010 at 7:07 pm by Kelly
Finally! A clip from The Runaways with some actual dialogue! We’ve seen the trailer by now and I think for the most part every 20-something chick and teenage girl I know is pretty excited to see how K-Stew and Dakota Fanning managed to do while taking on the parts of Joan Jett and Cherie Currie. And ya know? What we see in this clip above seems kind of promising.In the scene, we see Cherie Currie (Dakota) get approached by Joan and a record producer in a club. Cherie was a young teen when this scene took place, so you can only imagine the kind of girl she was to find herself in that sort of situation. I’m still willing to hold on to the idea that this movie could be really embarrassing for everyone involved (most especially the audience. I’ll die if I get there and I have to watch Kristen Stewart awkwardly pretend to shred for two hours), but the acting doesn’t seem horrible.
January 21, 2010 at 12:49 pm by Molls
I’m not sure if I understand Kristen Stewart or not. I am looking forward to seeing The Runaways, but I might eat a gun if I have to hear the word “Twilight” used in another sentence. I have no opinion on her acting, but I trust people when they say that she’s not particularly good at it. I find her public persona to be both insulting and endearing. Yes, she’s surprised by her fame and she doesn’t seem to care for it at all… yet she’s not this great actress so I have a hard time believing that she’s only in it for the art. Gawd! This is so confusing!
Where’s this coming from? Kristen just did an interview with Fabulous Magazine and said the following about her fame, “Nothing about being a celebrity is desirable. I’m an actor. It’s bizarre to me that everyone is so obsessive.” Is it me, or does that sound a little clueless and unappreciative? Like when musicians write songs about how hard it is being famous? Of course your average American can assume that it’s a pain in the ass to be followed around with cameras and have teens in the middle of nowhere know your favorite color, but HELL-O! You get to be a celebrity and work in one of the most difficult professions to break in to! At least put a smile on your face and fake it like everyone else, Kristen!
She also goes on to say, “Girls are scary. They covet Rob. I think half of them must hate me.” Ugh. I’ll spare you the rant on how calling girls “scary” is probably way more damaging to her rep than dating her co-star, but trust me, I’ve got one.
What do we think about this? I’m torn on how to feel about this chick. Part of me understands what she’s saying and admires her honesty, but the other part of me thinks is crazy amounts of unprofessional/ungrateful to act so nonplussed.
December 30, 2009 at 10:12 am by Molls
The trailer for the new Kristen Stewart/Dakota Fanning flick The Runaways was released this week and OMG, you guys! It looks so good. Dakota Fanning! What!? Damn, girl! She’s looking hot for days! It almost makes me uncomfortable.
For anyone who’s been living under a rock, The Runaways is the biopic of Joan Jett, with Kristen playing Joan and Dakota playing the band’s lead singer, Cherie Currie. We’ve never seen Fanning or Stewart take on a role like this, and considering they are portraying rock legends, their performances will be held to a certain standard. Maybe it’s just some fancy editing that makes this trailer look so great (admittedly, we don’t see much of their performances here), but my interest in seeing the film is definitely at an all-time high now.