‘Kristen Stewart & Charlize Theron’ Represent Interview June/July 2012!

Twilight’ actress Kristen Stewart and ‘Might Joe Young actress Charlize Theron, both represent June/July 2012 issue of Interview Magazine.

Here’s some highlights from Kristen’s interview, On working with women & female directors:

“It’s hard to generalize about that subject because the women I’ve worked with have all been so different. But if there’s one consistency, it might be that you do have to handle yourself differently on a set. Women can be more emotional—at least they sometimes show it more.”

On her role in Snow White and the Huntsman:

“There’s so much that Snow White has been deprived of in terms of having the proper time to really develop and hone who she is. She’s put in jail at the beginning of her life, so she’s a stunted person. She has a really idealized concept of what the world is, and how people should live, and how wonderful things all can be, and there is this debilitating isolation that she feels because she has been locked away in a little cell for seven years. And I can kind of relate to that. It’s not the reason that I wanted to do the movie, but the fans and people who loved Twilight, they do put you on this sort of different plane where you’re not real.”

On acting with Charlize Theron:

“She is unlike anyone I’ve ever encountered. She is one of those people who walks into a room and everyone knows it. It’s funny, too, because she always says, “I’m not really a performer.” But I’m like, “Yeah, not at all.” [laughs] She’s an actor and a performer. But she’s so real all the time. She’s not the type who is easily rocked on a set. She’s very much in control of her thing.”

Here’s some highlights from Charlize’s interview, On her character Ravenna in Snow White:

“She’s very intuitive, Ravenna, and I think she feels instantly that there’s something about this girl, Snow White, that’s different, and she doesn’t quite know what it’s for until the mirror tells her that Snow White will surpass her ifshe doesn’t deal with it-and then, of course, all hell breaks loose.”

On one of her first break-out roles in 1996′s That Thing You Do?:

“I got a call from Tom Hanks, who directed That Thing You Do!, when he was done cutting that film. I was like, “Oh, my god. Tom Hanks is calling me. This is amazing!” And then, of course, he was calling me to tell me that I was barely in the movie. But I’ll never forget it—and this is why he’s Tom Hanks, because he’s got such a way with words. He was like, “Charlize, I have some good news and I have some bad news. The bad news is that I have to cut some of your scenes. The good news is you are like Marilyn Monroe in All About Eve [1950].” [both laugh] I was like “What?”‘

On baby Jackson:

“He’s great. I’ve been with him every single night of his life and done every feed. A girlfriend of mine was like, “Why are you doing this? Get somebody to help you!” But the truth is that I’ve realized how little sleep I actually need. I don’t know what I did in a past life to deserve this, but

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