"I'm dying to make another movie with Rob" <3More interviews after the JUMP (Access Hollywood, Celebuzz)
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Kristen Stewart may have acted alongside some heavy hitters in her career, but she admitted to Access Hollywood guest correspondent Tim Vincent that Charlize Theron was particularly intimidating. “She is super intimidating,” Kristen told Tim at the junket for “Snow White and the Huntsman” in London.
“You feel — her energy is like so, crazy. It’s like, just palpable. “She is challenging,” Kristen continued. “Like, I want to impress her.”
Kristen was a little intimidated by some of her other co-stars too – ones the four-legged variety. “I’m really scared of horses,” Kristen said. “Everything else I was so down for.” The actress plays Snow White in the film, and she said her character doesn’t fit into any categories. “There’s like a super, on-trend fad right now to have like, the strong woman part and I think that like, it’s lame because they’re kind of just acting like dudes,”
Kristen said. “And Snow White is so essentially, fundamentally female… All of the action comes from oddly, like a very delicate place. Her strength is definitely in her steady nature, rather than like brawn. She’s not like going around like busting heads, which I think is cool.”
And, if “Snow White and the Huntsman,” also starring Chris Hemsworth, is a hit with viewers, Kristen said she is ready to jump back into Snow White’s armor. “I would do it in a heartbeat. I love this movie,” she told Tim of a possible sequel. “I really loved everyone that I worked with.”
Charlize on Kristen “I think that she is going to have an amazing career”
Charlize, 36, said. She elaborated: "I think, as an actor, she’s doing it, because she really loves her job and she is really good at it. My experience has been, if your reasons for doing this is authentic as that and you have the tenacity and guts that she has, then I think you have the right personality for this job. I think she has that."
Of course, given that Charlize — who plays the evil Queen Ravenna in the film — just adopted a baby son, Jackson, Celebuzz couldn’t return to the States without asking about her new life as a mom — specifically, whether or not she’ll read Snow White to her new bundle of joy.
“I’m gonna have Kristen come over and pretend to be the bad guy, just so that my son loves me more!” she quipped, on how she will explain her villainous role to Jackson.