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02/09/2016  •  Posted By admin  •  0 Comment(s) News


Fortitude will launch the project to foreign buyers at Berlin’s European Film Market; Justin Kelly is writing and directing.

Kristen Stewart, James Franco and Helena Bonham Carter are circling the biopic JT Leroy, a Hollywood-set transgender story.

Justin Kelly, who directed James Franco in 2015’s I Am Michael, will helm the film from a script he wrote. The true story goes behind the scenes of the hoax of JT LeRoy, a woman who pretended to be a man who identifies as transgender, tricking the rich and famous in Hollywood, the fashion world and elite literary circles.

The biopic will be based on memoir and life rights of Savannah Kroop, who was behind the complicated ruse. LBI Entertainment, Aquarius and Rabbit Bandini Productions are producing with Aquarius providing equity financing.

Franco is attached while Stewart and Carter are currently in negotiations. Fortitude International will launch the project to foreign buyers at Berlin’s European Film Market, with a 2016 production start date planned. CAA is repping domestic rights.

Kelly is no stranger to bringing fascinating real-life tales to the big screen. I am Michael, which was based on New York Times Magazine article My Ex-Gay Friend, centered on a man, Michael Glatze, a gay activist who renounced homosexuality after he became a Christian pastor. It screened at both Sundance and Berlin in 2015. He’s repped by CAA and LBI Entertainment.


02/02/2016  •  Posted By admin  •  0 Comment(s) Chanel News

Kristen Stewart has been named the new face of Chanel makeup, and will star in the 2016 “Collection Eyes” campaign.

Stewart posed for famed photographer Mario Testino, and while the full ad campaign won’t be released until March, the teaser photo at right should whet fans’ appetites. According to the esteemed brand, the goal behind the portraits is to showcase the “various facets of the contemporary Chanel woman.” Stewart herself has not yet commented.

The actress and Chanel have had a successful working relationship for years now, with Stewart becoming something of a muse for Karl Lagerfeld. Most recently, in December, she starred in Lagerfeld’s “Once and Forever” short film. Stewart has also modeled in several Chanel runway shows, been the face of the company’s eyewear campaign, and promoted everything from their handbags to designer duds.


02/02/2016  •  Posted By admin  •  0 Comment(s) Gallery Updates News

I have add two new photoshoots the gallery the first is Chanel’s Eyes Collection campaign 2016 and the second one is Variety Portraits Session, 2016 Sundance Film Festival.

01/29/2016  •  Posted By admin  •  0 Comment(s) Gallery Updates

I have add photos of from the premiere of Certain Women and a Portraits at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival to the gallery.

01/09/2016  •  Posted By admin  •  0 Comment(s) News

Kisten Stewart has what she calls “dropped on my ass” syndrome. Returning to Los Angeles just before Christmas after a “a long week of work,” she’s still recovering from a shoot with Olivier Assayas—not Clouds of Sils Maria, the film for which she won France’s César Award and is a best-supporting-actress Oscar hopeful, but Personal Shopper, a new film that Stewart calls a “thoughtful, really meditative ghost story.”

And, not for nothing, maybe the hardest movie she’s ever made. “I genuinely felt closer to death on a movie than I’ve ever felt,” Stewart says. “It’s like 16-hour days, six days a week, running my fucking ass around Paris. Literally nonstop running.” And the film, now in post-production, isn’t easy on the mind, either. “[Assayas] sort of gave me this opportunity for a short period of time to contemplate infinity in a really disarming and scary way, that’s like little questions that you ignore when you lay your head down on your pillow at night. Like, ‘I’m alone, who am I?’ All those things, they plague her.”

In short, don’t expect Clouds of Sils Maria to be the last time Stewart gets a lot of attention for a film she made with Olivier Assayas. Though she’s been acting since she was a child, and pals with the likes of Julianne Moore since she was 12, Stewart may have never had a breakthrough year quite like 2015, in which she won accolades for Sils Maria that seemed to finally shake any sense of surprise that the girl from Twilight was really, really talented. Stewart’s overwhelmed acceptance speech at the César Awards was repeated in a way at this week’s New York Film Critics Circle Awards, where she ended with a quick, nervous-seeming, but charming “bye!”—suggesting that the dazzle of this kind of recognition hasn’t quite worn off.

Nor has the dazzle of Juliette Binoche, her Sils Maria co-star with whom she formed a bond while Assayas kept his distance on the set. “As emotionally engaged as he is, trying to get thoughts or impressions is like pulling teeth,” Stewart says of the director. “All the intimacy happened between the two of us when we would talk about our interactions with Olivier fondly and with this sort of admiration and actual love.”

Stewart calls Binoche a “serious force to be reckoned with,” and someone she admires even while recognizing their utterly different styles. “I’m so impressionable and sensitive and touchy and she’s locked and loaded and ready to go at all times,” Stewart says. “Whereas I think that’s different upbringing when it comes to how we approach our work: she’s a fucking trained, crafted, experienced vet, and I’m a little bit less that. I’m much more accidental.”

And their work would often imitate the film, in which Stewart play the personal assistant to Binoche’s actress character, and often helps her rehearse lines for an upcoming play. “She would always try and run lines and I would run away from her on set,” Stewart admits. “I’d be like I can’t. I don’t want to say those things yet. . . . I hate rehearsing. It feels strange.”

Real life also creeps into the margins of Sils Maria with the introduction of a character played by Chloë Grace Moretz, a rising American starlet who’s currently acting in a large franchise—not unlike Twilight or Moretz’s own upcoming blockbuster The 5th Wave. Large franchises weren’t often a stepping stone for up-and-coming actresses until Stewart and Twilight hit so big, and she’s aware of the trend she’s started. “It’s weird having done this overtly successful franchise-type thing, and then have a bunch of young girls hop on similar vehicles and be like, ‘Hey, how’s that going for you?’ [They’re] really interesting, talented girls, and that’s why they were hired for these jobs, because they were really cool in that moment and they didn’t know what to expect and they jumped on. Basically, I’m just waiting for those things to be over. I’m definitely interested in what Chloë does in between and on her big projects.”

As for Stewart, her next big project—once she recovers from the near-death experience of Personal Shopper, at least—could well be one she directs herself. “Oh yeah, I’m gunning,” Stewart says when asked if she’d like to direct her own work. “I really want that now.” She’s willing to wait for the time and material to be right, but she’s got the skills ready for when the moment comes. “I think that I’d be pretty good at getting people on the same plane and on the sort of train,” she says. “Yeah. I can’t fucking wait.”


01/08/2016  •  Posted By admin  •  0 Comment(s) News

Kristen Stewart is in a galaxy far, far away when it comes to “Star Wars” knowledge.
At Tuesday’s National Board of Review gala in New York City, the actress told Access Hollywood that she has yet to see a single film from the iconic space franchise — including record-breaking sequel “The Force Awakens.”
However, the 25-year-old says she’ll soon be up to speed after sitting down for a festive crash course.

“I’m planning to have, like, a ‘Star Wars’ party and watch the originals, which I have not seen,” she told Access, adding that she’s starting all the way back at the beginning for good reason.
“I haven’t seen the new one either, but I need to play catch-up first,” she explained.
Kristen is no stranger to big screen blockbusters after starring in the megahit “Twilight” series, but she did open up about a personal fear that still lingers despite her fame.
“Public speaking is definitely not my forte,” the actress said, before revealing her awards season strategy.
“If there’s ever a potential possibility that I would have to do something like that, I always have to make sure and think of something to say,” she added.


01/08/2016  •  Posted By admin  •  0 Comment(s) Uncategorized

I have add over 50+ HQ photos from the 2015 National Board of Review Gala to the gallery

01/06/2016  •  Posted By admin  •  0 Comment(s) News

Jimmy and Kristen Stewart take turns guessing random names and phrases while wearing noise-canceling headphones.

01/03/2016  •  Posted By admin  •  0 Comment(s) Clouds of Sils Maria News

Kristen Stewart won best supporting actress for her work in Clouds Of Sils Maria by the National Society of Film Critics on Sunday. The movies Spotlight and Carol also fared well with the NSFC, winning two awards each.

The NSFC tweeted out its winners and Stewart took the honor for best supporting actress, beating out runners-up Alicia Vikander (Ex Machina) and Kate Winslet (Steve Jobs). Meanwhile, Mark Rylance won best supporting for his performance in Bridges Of Spies. Best actor went to Michael B. Jordan for his work in Creed, while Charlotte Rampling scored best actress for 45 Years.

Spotlight won for both best picture and best screenplay, while Carol nabbed awards for best director for Todd Haynes and best cinematography Ed Lachman. Other NSFC winners were the documentary Amy about Amy Winehouse and Timbuktu was honored for best foreign film.

Sunday’s win is just the latest for Stewart, who was voted best supporting actress last month by the New York Film Critics Circle, also for her role in Clouds of Sils Maria. Stewart, who stars in the movie as an assistant to a famous actress, portrayed by Juliette Binoche, also won last February a Cesar Award, the French equivalent of an Academy Award.


12/07/2015  •  Posted By admin  •  0 Comment(s) News

Kristen Stewart reveals in a new interview that she no longer wants to star in blockbuster movies, but would rather focus on acting in independent films that are more artistically gratifying.

Stewart graces the cover of the December 2015 issue of Diva magazine, in which she gets candid about her career. The actress explains her method of accepting part, saying, “I need to choose films based on what my gut instincts tell me.” She adds, “I made a conscious decision to avoid blockbusters and choose smaller projects that might attract less attention… but are going to satisfy me artistically.”

Stewart has obviously already headlined some big-budget films, including the Twilight franchise and Snow White and the Huntsman, but she feels those high-profile roles can negatively affect an actor’s life. “When your career reaches a certain level, there are so many responsibilities that come with that and sometimes you feel that your life is not your own anymore,” says Stewart. “That’s why I decided to change a lot of things about how I was working and try to be true to myself.”

Stewart also goes on to reveal that she’s generally a “shy” person, and used to consider acting a “refuge from the real world which allowed me to forget who I was.” But at this point in her life and career, “I’m a lot happier and I’m feeling really good,” says the star. Stewart notes, “Earlier in my career, I had too many people telling me what I should be doing,” but these days, “I feel I can be myself more.”


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