Kristen Stewart Updates: Kristen Stewart enjoys the frenetic atmosphere that her fans are generating clamoring for her to play the Joker alongside ex-boyfriend Robert Pattinson’s Batman. But she will not be embracing the concept any time soon.
Kristen’s admirers have been pressing her to play Batman’s adversary, the Joker, with her ex set to play the dark knight in the movie. But Kristen, unfortunately, rejected the suggestion on Variety’s Awards Circuit podcast show on Wednesday, October 20.
“I love the energy behind that,” Kristen revealed on being questioned if she would ever contemplate playing a villain. “It’s been done so well. I feel like, maybe, we don’t traipse over, but I love that gusto. Let’s figure something else out.
I’m totally down to play a freaky, scary person,” said Kristen. Upon questioning her more and, whether she is being categorical with her answer, she replied with a “no.” Kristen then further continued, “not ‘no,’ but not the most stoked I’ve ever been.” “Let’s do something new,” she said.
What Kristen Stewart Shared About the Role?
Kristen and Robert began dating in 2009 following their meeting on the sets of the vampire romance movie saga Twilight. Although she won’t be playing the villainous lunatic clown anytime soon, Kristen performs a totally different role in Spencer. It is a period drama that showcases the late Diana, Princess of Wales’ Christmas vacation with the British royal family at Sandringham House in 1991, as she decides to exit from the life of her husband Prince Charles.
Kristen plays the People’s Princess, alongside Jack Farthing who is playing Prince Charles in the film. Pablo Larraín will direct this film. And it has already started to attract substantial award talk for the actress.
During the Toronto International Film Festival in September, Kristen revealed that she randomly chose to play the famous princess without even reading the script. And that it was all based on her inner feeling.
“My favorite kind of movies are explorations and cultivating that controlled chaos,” explained Kristen. “That’s how you make discoveries that are worth photographing.” As a result, she was not feeling forced to be a flawless Diana.
Kristen went on saying, “she’s such a live wire and somebody who has this incredibly disarming, casual, contagious, beautiful, empathetic, warm energy that reaches out, but you always feel like there’s something wrong.”
“She’s protecting something,” Kristen remarked. “You never know what’s going to happen… so I knew there was no way to play this part flawlessly, so it was easier, or at least easier not to be so intimidated and daunted.” “I could only be my version of that and hope that if I learned everything about her and absorbed her and kind of melded and was both me and her in some sort of weird way, it would be the best version,” she said.
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