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Kristen Stewart talks openly to ELLE UK about her recent projects, and how she overcame her anxiety issues to live a more honest and happy life.

On her recent projects and enjoying her work:
‘I have a really strong sense of identity when I’m working. If I’m having a bad day or something personal, or existential, or hormonal – if anything brings me down, I’m lucky if I have to go to work that day. And it could be anything, it could be a photoshoot for Chanel.”

On her positive outlook: ‘I obviously hope everything going on right now will work out, but I am confident that life is good and I’ll be OK whatever happens. So in moments when that is cloudy and I feel saturated and unable to engage in how good life can be, however consuming those feelings are, they are so momentary…I’m think pretty good at being happy.’

On her previous struggles with anxiety: ‘I went through so much stress and periods of strife. I would have panic attacks…I literally always had a stomach ache. And I was a control freak and I couldn’t anticipate what was going to happen in a given situation, so I’d be like, ‘Maybe I’m going to get sick’… It’s kind of remarkable. I just grew out of it, but that’s not to say I don’t get worried.’

On her love for girlfriend Alicia Cargile: ‘I think also right now I’m just really in love with my girlfriend. We’ve broken up a couple of times and gotten back together, and this time I was like, ‘Finally, I can feel again.’

On being more open about her relationship: ‘When I was dating a guy I was hiding everything that I did because everything personal felt like it was immediately trivialised, so I didn’t like it. We were turned into these characters and placed into this ridiculous comic book, and I was like, ‘That’s mine. You’re making my relationship something that it’s not.’ I didn’t like that. But then it changed when I started dating a girl. I was like, ‘Actually, to hide this provides the implication that I’m not down with it or I’m ashamed of it, so I had to alter how I approached being in public. It opened my life up and I’m so much happier.’

Kristen Stewart stars in Café Society, in cinemas 2 September. The September issue will be available on newsstands from 3 August.

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From Director Drake Doremus and starring Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult. EQUALS – In Theaters July 15th.


Kristen shares a kiss with Alicia while out and about on Wednesday (July 20) in Los Feliz, Calif.

The couple was spotted grabbing coffee together while donning super similar outfits.

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Out in Los Feliz – July 20


In the new Drake Doremus-directed film Equals, Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult play deeply repressed characters living a futuristic society where all emotions are verboten — a problem, since the two of them have begun to fall for one another and must keep their burgeoning love secret.

Their casting carries with it a kick, since these are two actors who have no trouble expressing themselves offscreen: Stewart, in particular, is so candid and likely to wear her emotions on her sleeve that the very act of placing her in such a shut-down onscreen society contains inherent suspense. Not long ago, Vulture met up with the two of them for a free-wheeling chat about the movie and their very particular approaches to acting and fame.
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There’s just so much content on television these days. And most actors see that as a very good thing — but occasionally some, like Kristen Stewart, offer a dissenting opinion.

Take her new film, “Equals,” for example. Directed by rising auteur Drake Doremus (“Like Crazy”) from his own original story, it’s the kind of measured, insightful, quirky film the major studios aren’t taking many chances on these days: a thought-provoking science-fiction film that relies on a different style of effects rather than eye-popping, digitally-created spectacle. Human emotion is the star, as delivered by Stewart and her co-star Nicholas Hoult, who, coincidentally, both have experience with blockbuster fare like the “Twilight” and “X-Men” films.

“Equals” debuts in theaters in limited release on July 15th, but it’s been available to view on home screens via DirecTV Cinema since May 26th. And, as Hoult points out, any chance to tell a slightly different story in a slightly narrowed scale to an audience of any size, via subscription services or otherwise, is a bonus. “With everyone kind of wanting to get so much content, it’s exciting, because there’s a lot more out there, and a lot more opportunities to tell the smaller stories. But there’s also a flood of stuff.”

But Stewart, who says she’s still surprised at how rapidly the movie market has and continues to shift, admits that the content flood Hoult references concerns her, especially when she’s working on a film with the kind of quality she feels “Equals” — the story of a futuristic, post-catastrophic society essentially purged of emotion — delivers.

“You get inundated with material — it’s just sort of like, over-stimulus doesn’t equal valuable material,” she says of the significantly deep libraries of content now available at all times. “I’m actually torn on that, because I’m very old school, and selfish: ideally this movie should be seen in a theater. I hate that people have seen this f*cking movie on DirecTV before, do you know what I mean?”

“If you cared enough — because there are fanbases for movies, for certain people, for filmmakers, for genres — anyone who is into Drake or Nick or me or this genre probably watched this movie on DirecTV when it came out,” she says. “But those people would have gone to buy a ticket in a theater — f*ck the payback. I’m truly not even talking about that. But just those guys who actually care, they saw it on DirecTV, they probably won’t make it to the theater. To me, that’s a little sad because the work, the f*cking photography, is so beautiful. It should be looked at! It pisses me off.”

And, in fact, along with being a poignant and emotionally moving sci-fi film, with a romantically spun “Twilight Zone” kind of feel, “Equals” is a thing of beauty to look at, delivering a convincing and fully realized environment without requiring legions of digital artists at ILM or Weta. And because they do indeed want the film to find an audience, whatever screen it plays on, Stewart and Hoult sat down with Moviefone to reflect on their experience making the movie.
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