Critically acclaimed for her performance in the biopic spencerKristen Stewart should be in the running for the Oscars according to the director of the Venice Film Festival.
Child star revealed thanks to Panic Room by David Fincher when she was 12 years old, Kristen Stewart has since remained under the eye of the camera through films like Zathura, a space adventure Where speak. Its popularity will begin to skyrocket with Into The Wild of Sean Penn, but it is indeed her role as Bella Swann in the saga Twilight who will explode it on the international scene.
Often mocked, parodied and denigrated for her role as an ingenue in love with a scintillating vampire, Kristen Stewart has since been able to show audiences the extent of her talent that goes beyond the boundaries of romantic fantasy comedy for teens. Currently, years later, while presenting at the Venice Film Festival spencer directed by Pablo Larrain, the actress seems launched on the highway of the Oscars.
From youth idol to rising star of independent cinema, Kristen Stewart has worked for the camera of Woody Allen, Olivier Assayas, Ang Lee and will star in Crimes of the Future, directed by David Cronenberg. And after winning the César for Best Actress for Sils Maria, Stewart would be well on her way to the Oscars with spencer, according to the director of the Venice Film Festival, Alberto Barbera. The latter was questioned by Deadline on the possibility of the actress being nominated for the prestigious award, to which he responded crisply and accurately: “Of course, of course…”
Kristen Stewart: Origins
It must be said that the reviews around the biopic on the Princess of Wales are for the most part excellent and emphasize the crazy performance of the actress which seems cut out for a string of prices. To use the words of The Telegraph :
“31-year-old Kristen Stewart, who will inevitably and deservedly be rewarded with awards for this role, navigates this perilous terrain with complete mastery. Her voice and facial expressions are on point, but she takes it up a notch to better lean on the film’s melodramatic, paranoid and absurd swerves.”
A disturbing resemblance
Same The Guardian salute the performance of Kristen Stewart which he qualifies “bewitching“. So, if the British newspapers dub this interpretation of Lady Di, the actress of Snow White and the Hunter is clearly on the right track. Critics insist on the mannerism of the actress Caesarized by describing it as close to the way of being of the late princess. A little revenge perhaps for Kristen Stewart, who has often been mocked for her sometimes parasitic game of tics.
After winning dozens of awards from the MTV Movie Awards, Kid’s Choice Awards and Teen Choice Awards (in which we find categories like Best Kiss or Best Ass Kicker Actress), it could be that Stewart make a splash at the Oscars and so in the court of the very great.
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Kristen Stewart at the Oscars: the obvious after Spencer’s unanimity in Venice?