19 01 2016


Kristen Stewart with Juliette Binoche in Clouds of Sils Maria (2014) Kristen Stewart with Juliette Binoche in Clouds of Sils Maria (2014)

Last year Kristen Stewart made history by being the first American actress to win a César, the French equivalent of an Oscar. This will have no doubt come as a surprise to her many detractors, who regularly flock to Facebook, YouTube and Goodreads threads to endorse proclamations that, “Her facial expression never changes” and “I can’t believe why anyone keeps hiring her” and “Kristen Stewart can’t act”.

Anyone who has seen Clouds of Sils Maria, the Olivier Assayas film for which Stewart won the award, and in which she holds her own opposite Juliette Binoche, of all people, will disagree. One of the interesting things about the film is the way the younger woman fully embraces her supporting status, allowing her uncertainty and acknowledgement of the French star’s greater experience to flesh out her role as factotum to…

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Sam and Caitriona Attend the 73rd Golden Globes

12 01 2016


HQ/Untagged Golden Globe Red Carpet Pics – Thank you, @FarFarAwaySite

HQ/Untagged Instyle/Warner Brothers Red Carpet Pics – Thanks @FarFarAwaySite

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Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel ~ A Woman of Her Own

19 11 2015

Source: Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel ~ A Woman of Her Own

Kristen Stewart on the Cover of ELLE UK Magazine (September 2015 Issue) *UPDATED*

6 08 2015

Kristen Stewart on the Cover of ELLE UK Magazine (September 2015 Issue) *UPDATED*.

Short EQUALS Script Review + Details about Kristen’s role Nia

2 08 2015

Kristen Stewart Daily News

“I’ve read the script. I haven’t read many scripts in my life so I am not in the position to make a good review, so I’ll basically give some random thoughts.

I liked it, I thought it was well developed. I can’t say it’s a beautiful love story yet cuz it’ll depend on the direction and acting to make the audience buy it, but it has potential to be. Kristen will be able to make a really nice contrast between “having emotions” and “not having them”, she even has a breakdown scene so I think it’s a really smart move acting wise.

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What Part of “Fantasy” Don’t They Understand?

27 02 2015

Valentine’s Plans by Sylvain Reynard

13 02 2015

Bookish Temptations

I’m so excited to have something very special to share with you from Sylvain Reynard. Y’all know he’s a favorite here at Bookish, and he’s written something that had me fanning myself as I read it, and then reread it…like a hundred few times 😉

Enjoy ladies…

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