‘It’s so hidden and it’s not normal’: For Kristen Stewart, Twilight’s subtext is evident today


More than ten years after the end of the vampiric adventures of Bella, Edward and Jacob, Kristen Stewart realized that the “Twilight” saga would have something very “gothic and gay”.

In a signed portrait VarietyKristen Stewart looks back on her career and briefly discusses her time in Twilight, the vampire saga, which began just 15 years ago, which made her known to the general public alongside Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner.

Since the Twilight chapter closed in 2012 with the second part of Revelation, the actress has revealed herself in a large number of more independent (but only), risky and committed roles. And if in hindsight, Robert Pattinson now sees the story of the saga as something “disgusting”, Kristen Stewart also examines it from a whole new angle, albeit somewhat different.

I can only see it now. I don’t think it necessarily started that way, but I also think that because I was a part of it, it seeped out. It’s such a gay movie. I mean, Taylor and Rob and I…and it’s so hidden and it’s not normal. A Mormon woman wrote this book. It’s all about oppression, about wanting what will destroy you. It’s a very gothic and gay leaning that I love.

BODYBUILDING AND KRISTEN STEWART

After Future Crimes (2022) by David Cronenberg, the next stage of the career of Kristen Stewart will be Love Lies Bleeding, a sexy and intriguing thriller by Rose Glass (Saint Maud) and produced by the A24 studio, with the revelation Katy O’Brian (Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, The Mandalorian).

The story follows Lou (Kristen Stewart), manager of a gym where she will meet and fall in love with Jackie (Katy O’Brian), an ambitious bodybuilder who crosses town to Las Vegas in pursuit of her dream. But their love will trigger a succession of violent events. The feature film will also feature Jena Malone (Hunger Games), Ed Harris (Westworld) and Dave Franco (The Disaster Artist).

Love Lies Bleeding will be previewed at the Sundance Film Festival on January 20. The French release date has not yet been revealed.

Check out the trailer for the film below:



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