Kristen Stewart Talks About Privacy And Criticizes ‘Faux Journalism;’ Her Ex Robert Pattinson Gives More Insight!
Kristen Stewart, the American actress who is known for her role of a protagonist named Bella Swan in “The Twilight Saga,” boldly said something different in an interview recently. Continue reading to know more about what she said.
While talking to BuzzFeed, she called “Faux Journalism” almost “bulls**t.” The news outlet had questioned how the beautiful 25-year old actress of the recently released movie “Equals” kept honesty while protecting her privacy. She cleared her thought to the interviewer of BuzzFeed that people might have found her preoccupied with her privacy but that was not true. In fact, she had never shown her back whenever somebody had asked her honest question, or an honest question without intention. But she revealed that she would not support “honesty with just ugly motives.”
“So I want to keep my private life private, I suppose, but only in terms of selling it. I’m not private. I just really want to be true to myself. I have this aversion to faux journalism. It’s some bulls**t,” Stewart added.
Stewart was photographed on Monday with Blake Lively on the set of the upcoming movie of Woody Allen. As confirmed by E! Online, they both were photographed donning silver gown with a pair of Mary Jane heels to bring an overall glamor of the 1940s.
Stewart’s “The Twilight Saga” co-star and ex beau Robert Pattinson also talked about privacy with Elle France (via MSN). While discussing how fame had altered his life, he simply said that he became famous when the world actually changed. By change, he pointed back to 2008 when we had witnessed an explosion of social media with the initial advancement of android technology.
According to Pattinson, this had metamorphosed the freedom of protecting privacy into an “ultra thin.” Although, he is now habituated of the paparazzi camping outside his house and relaying every piece of information on social media, but during his initial days he became paranoid and could not go out of his house in Los Angeles.