Very interesting hearing Jodie Foster’s thoughts on the way the media treat actors, particularly in relation to Kristen Stewart. As a veteran of the industry, and one that directly worked with Kristen very early on in her career, her insight into Kristen as a young child actress is powerfully written and does strike a nerve especially as her career seems to be hitting some bumps.
The fact she was DROPPED from the Snow White and the Huntsman sequel was I thought, a little too far. There is no word on Rupert Sanders fate but, ‘cheating’ is a two person game and people will never get to hear what really happened and who was the pursuing who. I think it is slightly unfair to punish her yet leave Sanders go ‘unpunished’ professionally.
Now that Robert Pattinson is performing press duties for his new film, the awkward questions are starting to appear and he is handling them with grace, wit and a smile, whilst reporters are for the most part avoiding using Stewart’s name and being blunt with the actor. However, once Kristen begins to reappear into the public, and especially in 2 months time when Press begins for the last installment of the Twilight franchise-the s**t is gonna hit the fan!
“Eventually this all passes. The public horrors of today eventually blow away. And yes, you are changed by the awful wake of reckoning they leave behind. You trust less. You calculate your steps. You survive.” Jodie Foster