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Charlie's Angels (2019)
- Reboot of the 2000 action comedy based on the 1970s television series. A new generation of private detectives working for the mysterious Charlie. Kristen as : Sabina Wilson

Seberg (2019)
- Inspired by real events about the French New Wave darling and Breathless star, Jean Seberg, who in the late 1960s was targeted by Hoover's FBI, because of her political and romantic involvement with civil rights activist Hakim Jamal. Kristen as Jean Seberg

Underwater (2020)
- A crew of aquatic researchers work to get to safety after an earthquake devastates their subterranean laboratory. But the crew has more than the ocean seabed to fear. Kristen as Norah

Jeremiah Terminator LeRoy (2018)
- A young woman named Savannah Knoop spends six years pretending to be the celebrated author JT LeRoy, the made-up literary persona of her sister-in-law. Kristen as Savannah

Happiest Season (2020)
- A young woman with a plan to propose to her girlfriend while at her family's annual holiday party discovers her partner hasn't yet come out to her conservative parents. Kristen as ??? TBA Is a non-profit fansite which is run by a fan and not by Kristen Stewart or anyone from her Family or Management. This is not an official website and we have no direct contact to Kristen, so please don't contact us with fan mail as we cannot pass it on. This website is here for the fans benefit - we are here to purely share our love with other fans only and to keep fans updated on Kristen's career. All photos and media found on this website belong to their respectful owners - No copyright infringement is intended, but if you find anything on this website that belongs to you and you want it removed, please Contact Us before taking any legal action and we shall remove it right away.

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► OCTOBER 7 – Mill Valley Film Festival ► NOVEMBER 2 – Hosting Saturday Night Live ► NOVEMBER 11 – Charlie's Angels Premiere, LA ► NOVEMBER 15 – Charlie's Angels USA release ► NOVEMBER 29 – Charlie's Angels UK release ► ??? TBA – Dates coming soon

Here is Kristen’s interview on The Today Show in New York this morning (January 15th)

Plus an adorable video of Kristen playing with the puppy, Wrangler before her interview

Events & Appearances – 2015 – January 15th – Appearing on “The Today Show”, New York



Here is the full video of Kristen and Julianne Moore’s interview with AOL Build yesterday


Here are video interviews with Kristen from last nights Still Alice Screening in New York


Here are pics of Kristen at the Still Alice After-party in New York last night (January 13th)

Events & Appearances – 2015 – January 13th – “Still Alice” After-Party, New York

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Here are pics of Kristen attending a Screening for her movie Still Alice hosted by the Cinema Society in New York (January 13th)

Events & Appearances – 2015 – January 13th – “Still Alice” Screening, New York

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Here are photos and videos from the Still Alice Press Conference in New York today (January 13th)

Events & Appearances – 2015 – January 13th – “Still Alice” Press Conference, New York

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Here are new UHQ pics of Kristen and Julianne Moore from a portrait session with USA Today to promote their movie Still Alice in New York today

Photoshoots & Portraits – 2015 – USA Today Portrait Session for “Still Alice”

USA Today –
LOS ANGELES – Sit down with them, and you’ll immediately notice that Julianne Moore and Kristen Stewart are ridiculously tight.

Start with the fact that “we’re about the same size,” estimate Moore. They’ve both starred in the two biggest teen franchises of our time (Stewart in Twilight and Moore in The Hunger Games).

But the bond that glues the mother-daughter pair from Still Alice started more than a decade ago.

At age 14, Stewart starred in 2004’s Catch That Kid(about three kids who rob a bank) directed by Bart Freundlich, Moore’s husband. “I remember when he first cast her he said, ‘this girl is extraordinary,’ ” says Moore, 54.

Fast-forward 10 years. “Honestly, I’ve been dying to work with her since I’ve been an actor,” says Stewart, now curling up next to Moore on a couch. “Even if she was a total (jerk), I really would still want to work with her,” she emphasizes, as Moore laughs. “We just never stopped talking.”

In Still Alice (opening wider on Friday), Moore plays Alice Howland, an accomplished professor of linguistics whose memory begins to ebb after a diagnosis of early-onset Alzheimer’s. Stewart appears as her daughter Lydia, an aspiring actress who rises above her more traditionally successful siblings to become her mother’s chief caretaker.

Stewart has been branching out into art-house films since graduating from Twilight. She recalls a moving experience years ago with a woman who was in a severe state of dementia. “If I walked out of the room for five minutes and came back she wouldn’t remember I was there,” says the actress. “But I saw her revel in the moments that we shared. And I saw the recognition that she was going to lose those moments momentarily.”

Moore emphasizes that the lasting message of Still Alice is that the person struggling with the disease “is still there. And that’s what’s most important. There’s this notion that somehow a personality or a person is obliterated by this disease, but the person is there … that’s why it’s called Still Alice.”

Moore’s deft handling of Alzheimer’s acute and subtle effects have left a trail of critical cheers in the film’s wake. She’s “as close to a sure-bet shoo-in as you can get at the Oscars,” says awards site founder Tom O’Neil, who says no one rivals her in the odds to win. “She’s beloved by the Academy, and ridiculously overdue to win.”

And guess who has signed on to be Moore’s one-woman promotional machine?

“All I want to be is: ‘Yeah, Julianne Moore! She did that! Let me tell you how good she is’ ” says Stewart, jumping off the couch and miming walking the streets with a megaphone. “I’m not even working. I just finished everything. I am totally game.”

Good luck keeping it together during a scene in Still Alicein which Julianne Moore, playing a woman diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s, delivers a wrenching speech on the art of losing.

“I find myself learning the art of losing every day,” her character begins, invoking poet Elizabeth Bishop and speaking to an audience of patients and doctors. “Losing my bearings, losing objects, losing sleep, but mostly, losing memories. … Who can take us seriously when we are so far from who we once were?”

Moore first shot that scene for the film (opening wider on Friday) alone in a large soundstage, with just a curtain separating her from the crew. “There was a big stage behind me and there was a curtain. And we did I don’t know how many takes and they came out and they were all crying.” She laughs. “I was so happy.”

Written and directed by Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland, the married filmmakers crafted Still Alice in their own image: Glatzer was diagnosed with ALS in the past year. Instead of retiring, they chose Alice.

“Here was this couple who had been together for 18 years and making a beautiful movie about what it means to be alive,” says Moore. “They’re working with people they want to work with. It’s a really beautiful thing. It does help you put everything in the right spot.”

Still Alice premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in September and was immediately snapped up by distributors, who set the film on a fast track for release and into the Oscars race. It’s a breathless pace for a film shot last March over just 23 days.

“I was doing Mockingjay, so Lionsgate very nicely gave me the month off to do the movie,” says Moore, 54. “It was just an in-and-out kind of thing. It was fast.”

Fast, and emotional. Still Alice, based on the novel by Lisa Genova, chronicles the story of Alice Howland, a Columbia professor of linguistics and wife and mother of three who learns suddenly she has early-onset Alzheimer’s.

It’s a tale of caretakers, too. When Alice’s husband, John (Alec Baldwin), ultimately bails, it’s her aspiring actress daughter Lydia (Kristen Stewart) who moves from Los Angeles to New York to become her mother’s primary source of comfort as she slips away.

With all she was exposed to with Still Alice, “now I get worried,” says Stewart, 24. “My dad the other day couldn’t think of a word, and it was something really simple, and I was like, that’s weird. You should know that word!”

Moore dived into the role, visiting long-term care facilities, speaking to heads of Alzheimer’s associations, researchers, patients and caretakers. She stresses that nothing Alice does on screen is made up; everything, from her movements to her speech patterns, was observed by Moore firsthand.

“I had that (cognitive) test administered by a neuropsychiatrist, which is really interesting and really extensive,” Moore says. “You think, ‘Oh this test is not going to make me anxious.’ But man!: ‘List 35 words, then repeat the words.’ And then they’ll give you another list. ‘Now repeat the first list.’ ”

Stewart compares her co-star to “a surgeon, literally. I aspire to that,” says Stewart. “I want to be able to be in control and lose myself at the same time. She’s so smart.”

Moore, who picked up a best-actress Golden Globe on Sunday, is widely expected to earn her fifth Oscar nomination on Thursday.

“I think many people would be surprised to hear that she’s never won,” says’s Oscarologist Dave Karger, though she has received nods for Boogie Nights, The End of the Affair, Far From Heavenand The Hours. “But that should change next month since she is the clear front-runner to win best actress this year.”

Glamorous red carpets and gold statues aside, for Moore and Stewart, Still Alice remains a constant reminder.

“I texted my mom on the way over here,” says Stewart. “I literally just said, ‘Um, incoming, package of love in the form of a text message, completely random but I love you, dude.’ ” Mom’s reply? ” ‘Wow. That was really well-timed.’ ”

Moore nods. “I came home thinking, my God, what a lucky woman I am, what a great husband I have, what beautiful children I have. I value them, I cherish them. That’s all this movie is about.”

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Kristen and Julianne Moore were interviewed today by AOL Build in New York, where they were promoting their
movie Still Alice

Click HERE to watch the interview

Events & Appearances – 2015 – January 13th – Interview with AOL Build for “Still Alice”, New York

Plus a Portrait Session

Photoshoots & Portraits – 2015 – AOL Build Portrait Session

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Here is Kristen’s interview alongside Julianne Moore with The Huff Post today in New York

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Events & Appearances – 2015 – January 13th – Press for “Still Alice”, New York