As you know, Kristen Stewart is the mascot of this blog. Naturally, I’ve spent a good amount of time reading and listening to her interviews, but I’ve found that most of them follow a particular pattern. Stewart is a rebel, Stewart doesn’t care, YES Stewart smiles.
Those are all great points, don’t get me wrong. But I have more of an interest in her craft and her influences than in her Hollywood persona. Here are ten questions I would ask her if I ever got lucky enough to talk to her.
- Have you noticed a theme to the roles you pick? You say that all your characters reflect a part of you in them – do they reflect the same parts of you each time?
- How long after you read a script does it take you to decide on taking a role?
- You’ve recently gotten more involved in fashion, how did you decide what parts you liked and didn’t like?
- Is there any correlation between acting and fashion that you’ve found.
- What’s the most difficult part of keeping your private life private in Hollywood?
- In Still Alice you got a taste of theater work. Have you thought of venturing into theater or television?
- You’ve admitted to taking souvenirs off sets you’ve worked on. What’s your favorite prop you’ve taken?
- When going on press tours for your movies, what do you enjoy the most about those interviews? What are your favorite questions to answer?
- What’s one role that you’ve been dying to play but haven’t gotten the chance to yet?
- Have you ever given a character mannerisms that took you a while to shake – or are there ones you still can’t shake?