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14.04.2012 10:10
#26 RE: Kristen Stewart & Nikki Reed in " K - 11 " Zitat · antworten

Neues Foto zu " K - 11 " in HQ


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20.04.2012 09:07
#27 RE: Kristen Stewart & Nikki Reed in " K - 11 " Zitat · antworten

Kristen Stewart unterstüzte ihre Mama bei der " K - 11 " Pressekonferenz in Los Angeles


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27.04.2012 09:01
#28 RE: Kristen Stewart & Nikki Reed in " K - 11 " Zitat · antworten

Jules Mann - Stewart & " K - 11 " in Cannes mit dabei





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27.04.2012 09:51
#29 RE: Kristen Stewart & Nikki Reed in " K - 11 " Zitat · antworten

" K - 11 " Screeing Datum für Cannes


das kleingedruckte genau lesen,dann sieht man die beiden Daten





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03.05.2012 09:40
#30 RE: Kristen Stewart & Nikki Reed in " K - 11 " Zitat · antworten

" K - 11 " : Beind the Scene Foto





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18.05.2012 11:42
#31 RE: Kristen Stewart & Nikki Reed in " K - 11 " Zitat · antworten

" K - 11 " in Cannes 2012


Regiseurin Jules Stewart mit der Schauspielerin Kate Del Castillo


Quelle https://twitter.com/#!/K11OfficialFilm/s...262189111476225


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26.05.2012 12:15
#32 RE: Kristen Stewart & Nikki Reed in " K - 11 " Zitat · antworten
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12.01.2013 11:11
#33 RE: Kristen Stewart & Nikki Reed in " K - 11 " Zitat · antworten

" K - 11 " Kinopremiere in den USA am 15 März 2013





Quelle http://k-11moviefansite.blogspot.ch/2013...n-theatres.html

https://twitter.com/K11OfficialFilm

http://www.itsoktobeyou.org/2013/01/grea...ased-in-us.html




Kristen Stewart: Rolle im Film "K-11" ihrer Mutter


Nach "Twilight" hat Kristen Stewart (22) eigentlich erst wieder ab April etwas zu tun, wenn die Dreharbeiten zu "K-11", dem Regie-Debüt ihrer Mutter, beginnen.



Zum Glück steht aber das Regie-Debüt von Kristens Mutter Jules Stewart vor der Tür. Da die Freundin von Robert Pattinson (26) aktuell ja nicht allzu viel zu tun hat, wird sie es sich sicher nicht nehmen lassen, den Film ordentlich mit zu promoten.

"K-11" heißt das fesselnde Drama, das sich mit der Rassen- und Geschlechter-Politik des Männergefängnisses in Los Angeles auseinandersetzt, wie auf der "Facebook"-Fanseite zu lesen ist.

Allerdings hat Kristen Stewart in dem Film ihrer Mutter auch eine kleine Rolle bekommen, wie diese schon vor einiger Zeit "eonline.com" verriet:

"Kristen hat ‚K-11‘ von Anfang an sehr unterstützt, aber man muss genau hinsehen, denn es ist eine winzige Rolle."


Quelle http://top.de/news/46i8-kristen-stewart-...ilm-k-11-mutter




Kristen Stewart bald auf Filmpremiere
Knallharter Streifen von Mutter Stewart



Es ist zuletzt still geworden um "Twilight"-Star Kristen Stewart, was neue Filme angeht. Nun wurde das Veröffentlichungsdatum von "K-11" bekannt, in dem die Schauspielerin zwar nun doch nicht spielt - der aber zumindest von ihrer Mutter inszeniert wurde.


Am 15. März 2013 wird „K-11“ in den USA anlaufen, meldet „Hollywood Life“. In dem Thriller sollte Kristen Stewart das erste Mal unter der Regie ihrer Mutter Jules Stewart spielen. War die „Twilight“-Reihe entsprechend den Vorgaben der Altersbeschränkung noch eher weichgespülte Filmunterhaltung mit romantischem Einschlag, handelt es sich bei K-11 um einen knallharten Streifen mit einem düster-schrägen Story-Ansatz. Kristen Stewart ist zwar bekanntlich nicht mehr an Bord, drückt aber nun um so mehr dem ambitionierten Reißer die Daumen.


Laut den Machern ist „K-11“ ein heftiges Drama, das mit die Mechanismen der Rassendiskriminierung genauso behandelt wie die Fragen der Geschlechtsidentität mitten im Moloch des „Los Angeles County Männer Gefängnis“. Hauptfigur ist ein Plattenmanager, der sich nach einem Drogenabsturz im Gefängnis wiederfindet. In einer düsteren Welt, angeführt von einer Transsexuellen, muss er gegen Insassen und Wärter um sein Leben kämpfen.


Auch der Cast hat es in sich: Goran Visnjic („Beginners“), Kate del Castillo („La Reina del Sur“), Portia Doubleday („Youth in Revolt“), D.B. Sweeney („Hard Ball“), Jason Mewes („Clerks“), Tommy ‘Tiny’ Lister („The Dark Knight“), Tara Buck („True Blood“) - klangvolle Namen, die für eine vielschichtige Umsetzung sorgen dürften. Ob der Streifen die bisher durchaus positiven Kritiken bei europäischen Filmfesten bestätigen kann, muss sich allerdings erst noch zeigen.


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16.02.2013 09:56
#34 RE: Kristen Stewart & Nikki Reed in " K - 11 " Zitat · antworten

Kristen & Jules Stewart & Nikki Reed : Neues Promo Poster zu " K - 11 "


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17.02.2013 11:21
#35 RE: Kristen Stewart & Nikki Reed in " K - 11 " Zitat · antworten

Video - Kristen & Jules Stewart & Nikki Reed : Erster Trailer zu " K - 11 "


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07.03.2013 09:32
#36 RE: Kristen Stewart & Nikki Reed in " K - 11 " Zitat · antworten

Kristen Stewart in "K-11"
So brutal ist ihr neuer Film



06 März 2013, 11:09


Mit ihrem neuen Film "K-11" wird Kristen Stewart sicher noch viel Aufsehen erregen. Die Mutter des "Twilight"-Stars schrieb das schockierende Drehbuch und führte auch Regie. Ein echtes Familienprojekt also, denn auch Kristens Bruder ist mit von der Partie.


Kirsten Stewart (22) hat einen neuen Film und der ist so ganz anders als die üblichen Herz-Schmerz-Streifen. Mama Jules Stewart hat das verstörende Drehbuch geschrieben und führt auch Regie. Dabei ist ein schockierender Film herausgekommen, der die Schattenseiten des Gefängnisalltags zeigt. Dabei handelt es sich nicht um einen stinknormalen Knast: „K-11“ beschäftigt sich mit der bizarren, sexuellen und brutalen Welt eines Gefängnistraktes, der speziell für Schwule und Transvestiten eingerichtet wurde.

Doch wer jetzt an eine Kristen Stewart als Dragqueen-Verschnitt denkt, der irrt sich. Die Schauspielerin übernimmt in dem Movie nur eine kleine Sprechrolle und ist auf der Leinwand gar nicht zu sehen. Eigentlich wollte Mama Jules ihr eine größere Rolle in „K-11“ geben, doch die Dreharbeiten zu „Sonw White and the Huntsman“ kamen dazwischen. „Wir haben entschieden, dass es besser für sie ist, wenn sie 'Snow White' spielt“, so Jules im Interview mit der „Entertainment Weekly“. „Aber ich habe sie immer nach ihrer Meinung gefragt. Sie ist also mitverantwortlich für diesen Film.“

Die Rolle, die Kristen Stewart in „K-11“ übernehmen sollte, wird nun mit Portia Doubleday (24) besetzt. Dabei verlangt ihr die Figur der "Butterfly" so einiges ab. Im Endeffekt ist Jules sogar froh, dass ihre Tochter abgesagt hat: „Während ich den Streifen sah, dachte ich: 'Gott sei Dank, dass Kristen nicht mitspielt'. Der Charakter, den sie gespielt hätte, wird immer wieder vergewaltigt und das wäre zu verstörend gewesen.“ Trotzdem ist Kristens Bruder Cameron in dem Schocker zu sehen. Zwar übernimmt er nur eine relativ kleine Rolle, aber die spiele er sehr überzeugen.


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07.03.2013 09:34
#37 RE: Kristen Stewart & Nikki Reed in " K - 11 " Zitat · antworten

Kristen Stewart sollte in Mutter Jules K-11 statt in Snow White spielen
Kristen Stewart übernahm im Film ihrer Mom nur eine Sprechrolle






Kristen Stewarts Mutter Jules Stewart gibt mit dem Thriller „K-11“ ihr Filmdebüt, und seit langem wird gerätselt, welchen Part ihre berühmte Tochter darin spielen wird. Nun steht der als krass angekündigte Streifen kurz vor dem Erscheinen und es wurde bekannt, dass Kristen tatsächlich nur eine Sprechrolle besitzt – aus zwei sehr guten Gründen.

Mom Jules erklärte dem Magazin „Entertainment Weekly“, dass es länger als geplant dauerte, bis sie ihr Projekt finanziert hatte, doch während der Zeit wurde ihre Tochter immer größer. „Wir beschlossen, dass es besser für sie sei ‚Snow White’ zu drehen. Aber ich fragte sie bei Dingen um ihre Meinung, Sie ist mitverantwortlich dafür, dass es ein erfolgreicher Film wurde.“

Jules Stewart fand die vorgesehene Rolle zu krass für ihre Tochter

Anzunehmen wäre allerdings, dass Kristen andernfalls noch glücklich mit Robert Pattinson liiert wäre und einen Seitensprungskandal weniger am Hals hätte. Eigentlich hätte sie eine hilflose Insassin in einem Gefängnis für Schwule und Transvestiten spielen sollen, die jedoch im Laufe des Thrillers vergewaltigt wird. Eine Vorstellung, die Jules Stewart ohnehin nicht hätte ertragen können, wie sie verriet. Wir fragen uns an dieser Stelle allerdings, wie sie es verkraftete, das ihre Tochter bereits bei der Geburt eines Vampirkinds verstarb und in „Welcome To The Rileys“ zur Strippern wurde. In einer deutschsprachigen Version von „K-11“ wird Kristen Stewart also leider nicht vertreten sein.


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09.03.2013 08:58
#38 RE: Kristen Stewart & Nikki Reed in " K - 11 " Zitat · antworten

Kate del Castillo spricht über " K - 11 " & Kristen & Jules Stewart - Bericht in englisch von SHOWBIZZCAFE:COM


Kate del Castillo says "Reina del Sur" film is in the works


08.03.2013


Perhaps the most popular and talented Mexican actress in cinema right now is Kate del Castillo. Her versatility to do theater, television and movies, in Spanish or English, has positioned her for a bright future in Hollywood.

Her latest movie is “K-11” from novice director Jules Stewart, Kristen Stewart’s mother. del Castillo plays Mousey, a transgender inmate who is volatile and territorial. I had a chance to converse with Kate for 20 minutes about the broad spectrum of her career, but also deep-dive into questions of where does this K-11 role ranks in her career, her encounter with Twilight’s Kristen Stewart, how Hollywood perceives her, her discomfort with comfort and if that “La Reina del Sur” novela is ever going to be made into a real theatrical movie by Universal Pictures.


ShowBizCafe.com (SBC): Thanks Kate for your time. Why did you want to play this role?
Kate del Castillo (KC): Oh my God, for so many reasons. It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity. These are the roles that as actors and actresses we kill for, these opportunities [don’t come] often. It’s also amazing that the director, Jules, that she casted a woman. The easy way to go is just to cast a man and that’s it. I am very thankful for her thinking outside the box and giving me the opportunity so that for me is awesome. This is the kind of role that gets attention and that you can really play and have fun.


SBC: How did you happen to get on Jules Stewart’s radar?
KC: You are going to have to ask her because I still don’t know who is the angel that I have to thank. I don’t know, I think she saw a picture of this show I was shooting in Colombia called “The Queen of the South” (La Reina del Sur) and I play a bad ass drug dealer [who] becomes the biggest drug dealer in Spain, so she saw that picture, I don’t know, that is what she is telling me I’m not sure about it. She decided to call me -- she saw my other movies, she saw “Trade” and she saw “Julia,” -- and she asked me to meet with her and I was so nervous because I read the script and I thought: “this is amazing, but I just don’t understand where I fit in this particular script.” When she told me she was blown away and I met with her and we fell in love with each other and that is the way it happened.


SBC: This role seems to be a demanding and mentally tough role to get your arms around. What kind of exploration did you have to go through to “become” a transgender?
KC: It’s really hard to answer that question because actors, I don’t know what happens it’s just a switch that we just move, of course with a lot of research. Not everyone can open up and tell you what they’ve gone through, but I was very lucky to find a couple of transgender people who helped me out a lot. That on one side, on the other side I did research on the web, I read so many books – the time that I had also, we are always going to want more time to prepare as actors – I did whatever I could.

I am a woman who’s been always kind of a tomboy, so for me, it’s funny, but the hardest part was to get in touch with my feminine side! Sometimes transgender persons, guys who are becoming women, they are very feminine, very very feminine, so that was the hardest thing for me.





SBC: About this character, you have said you are looking to grow as an actress. What kind of growth do you eventually want to be able to achieve that will ultimately satisfy you? What is your ultimate goal as an actress?
KC: I don’t think I have a specific goal; I just want to work on interesting projects like “K-11.” I don’t know if it’s going to have a big audience, I don’t know if it’s going to be a breakthrough, but for me it’s a once in a lifetime opportunity. That’s what I’m looking for and that’s going to make me grow as an actress, it challenges me. I have to have risks in my career, I don’t want to be in my comfort zone, that’s why I left Mexico and I left my comfort zone which was very comfortable in many ways, much more economically speaking. I left all of those things because I wasn’t happy. I wanted to grow as an actor, and have fun, and play with things, and be challenged and work harder.


SBC: Would you say that this is the best role you have ever had?
KC: Without a doubt, this is the best role I have ever had. Because it is something that I would have never thought of, it opened my mind so much and I grew as an actor, I grew as a woman, I grew intellectually, I learned so much and I am very ashamed to say that I was so ignorant about the whole transgender [world]. I heard about it, but I never really dug into it, it’s huge and it’s so sad sometimes because these people go through so many things and so many changes and so much bullying, so all these things made for me the perfect opportunity to grow in so many ways. I feel very thankful with Jules and the opportunity of playing a transgender and with all the people who helped me out.

I don’t what is going to happen with the movie, I don’t know what is going to look like editing wise because you know, they can change everything, I just did my best and it’s not on my hands then what’s going to happen with the entire movie, maybe nobody is going to watch I, but for me I did my best and that is what I take home.


SBC: How do you think the Spanish community will react to this role because I don’t think they have ever seen you in anything like this, ever.
KC: I think my fan base knows that I love change even physically, I like to do different kind of roles – I played a human trafficker -- I think they are expecting something different and challenging from me. On the other hand, Mexicans, I’m Mexican so I can only talk for Mexicans, we are very catholic and we are very, you know, I don’t even know what my parents are going to say. I think they’re going to be blown away.

But I think it’s probably going to give a lot to talk about and it’s definitely going to be controversial I have no doubt about it. The buzz is already there. I think, they know I’m an actress, they know I’ve been an actress since I was 9 and my father is a huge actor and they know I take this very seriously, it’s my life.


SBC: Did you get to work with Kristen Stewart? I heard she was in the movie and if you did, did you share any scenes with her?
KC: No, she was not in the movie. I think she did some voices only but I definitely met with her and she is amazing, she is a sweetheart, she was really nice with me, but I played many things with her brother Cam. Jules and her whole family are amazing; I wish [Kristen] would have played a role in the movie because she is a great, amazing young actress.





SBC: Let’s switch over to the Spanish universe of your career and a dilemma about the format of “La Reina del Sur”. To my surprise, according to your people, “La Reina del Sur” is not a telenovela, but a miniseries. Viewers say it is a telenovela, but your camp doesn’t. Where does the truth lie?
KC: It is a telenovela because it is on Telemundo and that’s what they do. It’s a show that goes on every day, but the difference from a regular telenovela is the budget was much bigger, something that they never do in telenovelas. This was based on a best seller so every single day they moved so fast. In regular telenovelas you can miss out two weeks and you turn it on again and it’s still the same thing. This was based on a best seller; there couldn’t be a second part because there is no book. The writer is a novel writer who is amazing, Arturo Perez Reverte. Everything was different from a regular telenovela, plus it was only 60 episodes which are nothing like telenovelas [which can go up to] 300 episodes. So that is why it was different also because of theme, the entire theme was this woman, this lady who smokes pot, she snorts coke, she sleeps with married men, she has sex with anyone [she wants to], she is a drunk, she’s bad spoken and people love her, they love Teresa Mendoza, which is already so unlike telenovelas.


SBC: “La Reina del Sur” was a huge success and it actually crossed over and a lot of English language people also got to know you through that. Was there a thought about bring you back to do a sequel? And were there any thoughts about you doing a movie version with a theatrical release of something this successful?
KC: I was pursuing this character for a long time, I don’t know 10, 15 years when I heard about it, I read the book and said: “Oh my God, this is a dream come true for any actress.” This is such an amazing role, an amazing character so I said: “I have to do this!” But nothing happened, they sold the rights to Hollywood and then I think it was Salma Hayek, then Jennifer Lopez, then Eva Mendez and I totally forgot about the whole thing and suddenly it came back, well not back because it was never mine, but it came to me out of the blue from Telemundo and I said: “Are you kidding me? No, Telemundo is not doing this, I’m sorry but Telemundo can’t have the rights. They probably want to do something similar.” Then I [found out] that Perez Reverte was in and I said: “Oh My God, I have to do it.” Perez Reverte’s only condition was, for me to give Teresa Mendoza the green light and I said: “Oh my God, I can’t believe it, he loved me.”

They [Telemundo] wanted me to do a sequel, but I didn’t want to because I think it was such a success. You have to keep it that way. There is no second part to the book and I just thought it was the perfect thing to remember the whole thing as a great success.


SBC: It’s interesting that you say that because all parties involved would do the sequel simply for: A. the ratings, what network wouldn’t do it B. the big payoff, whatever you got paid for the first one it would double for the sequel. Almost everyone would have taken that deal. So why did you not sellout? Why is quality so imperative in your decision making?
KC: That’s a great question and you know, I think it’s just life and age. I’m not here for the money and trust me, I mean I still have to pay the bills and I like to live like a queen, but I rather sell quesadillas than go into a [role] that I’m not going to be challenged by or it’s going to be of bad quality. We actually struggled so much to do “La Reina del Sur” because we didn’t know what kind of project it was going to be, I didn’t know what kind of taste they would have. So I said: “Oh my God, what are we going to do, shall we do it or not?” It was great pay I cannot complain, so we [went for it] and we got lucky. And now, I don’t need a sequel. It is just not appealing to me anymore.


SBC: What about “La Reina del Sur” a movie version, a theatrical release distributed by Universal Pictures. Do you want to do that, are your agents working to make it happen, is there a script in the hands of a studio right now?
KC: Yes, I know they sold the rights in English to do either a TV series in English or a movie. I don’t know what they want and if they want it, but I spoke already to the guys that have the rights and of course I want to do it. I want to be the one and only Teresa Mendoza, that’s interesting to me. What is not interesting is that if it’s going to be in English, if it’s going to be written by whomever, then all the good stuff, all the Mexicanisms with the Spaniards and the Mexicans is going to be lost and that’s part of what of what makes “La Reina del Sur” and Teresa so much fun.


SBC: You have three movies being released 2013 and 2014 - “Sherman Way,” “No Good Deed,” and “The Miracle of Spanish Harlem.” Tell me about “Sherman way” Adriana Barraza, Gorge Lopez, is that wrapped up, is that ready to go and what was your role in that movie?
KC: Well no, to be honest, that’s still there we haven’t shot that, they are just negotiating. But I think I’m going to start soon, probably in a month. It’s an assembled cast and it’s amazing, with these amazing actors, I think it’s great.

“No Good Deed,” that was great experience because it was originally for a Caucasian girl so I loved it that they gave me the opportunity and they didn’t care about ethnicity. It’s only a guest role with Idris Elba. I play Idris Elba’s ex-girlfriend and no I can’t say [anymore] but it’s very intense.

“The Miracle of Spanish Harlem” was shot in New York and it was very interesting. It was a great movie. It’s like a family movie, like a Christmas movie something like that. It was really nice, it was also a great ensemble cast and I had a great time.


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http://www.showbizcafe.com/en/news/kate-...-the-works/3044

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18.03.2013 08:53
#39 RE: Kristen Stewart & Nikki Reed in " K - 11 " Zitat · antworten

Video : Kristen Stewart`s Mini Auftritt in " K - 11 "


Der Film K-11 ist das neue Projekt von Kristen Stewarts Mutter Jules und Kristens Bruder Cameron.
Zuerst war Kristen für die Rolle der 'Butterfly' vorgesehen, nun hat sie jedoch nur
eine kleine Sprechrolle als Telefonansagerin, die ihr im folgenden Video bei 00:04 - 00:05 hören könnt.

Sie sagt sowas wie 'You have reached Los Angeles Office'.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=8T8KtDZzUd4

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21.03.2013 19:19
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04.05.2013 09:01
#41 RE: Kristen Stewart & Nikki Reed in " K - 11 " Zitat · antworten

Jules Stewart Talks K-11, Kristen Stewart, Cook Offs, & Tabloids


May 3, 2013





In the second part of our exclusive interview with Jules Stewart, Stewart discusses what it’s like moving away from script supervisor and into the director’s chair, reading tabloids, and her relationship with her daughter, Kristen.


What is a risk for you to step away from being a script supervisor and step into the directing chair?
JS: Anytime you do something that you have never done before, it’s a risk. I really didn’t have anything to lose. When the financiers said, “We want you to direct, or we are not going to give you the money” it was sort of a done deal. I had no choice.


You mentioned casting is so important. How do you find the right actors for the part?
JS: You can’t be afraid of making mistakes because then you will never move forward. So you can take that and put that aside. For me, when you are doing a project that requires people to step outside of their comfort zone you have to find people that are engaged, that want to do it — that are not afraid of the material. You need to find people that want to go that extra mile and make the character even more intense. They have to have the ability to not just act, they have to transform that character. They have to be that character, and that’s what makes the performances real.


How hands-on were you with the film?
JS. I was 100 percent involved. I did everything. The writing process was fun. It took us about a year to write this. You know you give it to people to read and they give you notes and this project was supposed to be funded three times. So when people are willing to give you money and they give you notes, you make the changes they want. So it went through a huge changing project, but ultimately, it came back to the original idea. It went full circle.


How do the notes affect your progress on the film?
JS: You take all the notes — this is my process. You take all the notes, you say okay, and then you don’t do anything — then you think about them. At first you are inclined to say no and keep everything the way it is. But then you have to realize that other people have good ideas. When you start to make some of the changes you realize “Wow, this really works” or it doesn’t work at all and you throw it away. I only took the notes that I thought were moving the project in a forward, positive notion. I didn’t take bad ideas ever.


Did you feel as a first-time director there was something to prove?
JS: No. I was just out to tell a good story and just make a film. I had a job just like everyone else on the set. It was my job to orchestrate the choreography, the camera work, and the attitude of the performances. That was just my job. We filmed it all in 22 days. It went by so fast; it was like nothing.


Who would you love to work with in the future?
JS: Oh, that’s a tough one. I love Gary Oldman and Sandra Bullock. There are so many great performers today that it’s hard to just pick one.


What’s it like reading about your personal life and/or daughter’s personal life in the tabloids?
JS: If you read that you are crazy. People write things that aren’t true all the time; they make things up to sell their papers. We don’t buy into it. We don’t care; they could write whatever they want. A couple of years ago, when I was in the grocery store I read that my daughter was having an alien baby. It’s like, really? [laughs] You deal with it. It’s rubbish and it’s a desperate attempt to get people to spend their money.


What do you like to do in your spare time when you are not working?
JS: Well, I am a painter and I refurbish old cars. I like to rebuild old vintage automobiles. I paint them. I redo the interior. My friends work on the motors and stuff.


I read that you did a cook-off with Kristen on your Twitter. Is that true?
JS: Kristen loves a good challenge. We agreed to do a lasagna cook-off and we had all of our friends over and they were judges. Kristen won the cook-off and I was really proud of her.


Do you like using Twitter to connect with your fans?
JS: It’s completely awesome. It’s awesome to have people support you and make you feel like you are doing the right thing. It gives you that little something that helps you to keep going.


Where can people check out K-11?
JS: It’s on cable television. So if you have that, you can see it now On Demand. We are releasing it on DVD, which is probably what I would do, is buy the DVD. It has special features. It has director commentary, music videos, etc. But if you really want to see it, like now, you can find it On Demand.


Rdio - Audio Interwiev mit Jules Stewart https://soundcloud.com/monica1236/jules-stewart-pt-1


Quelle http://www.cabletv.com/blog/jules-stewar...-offs-tabloids/

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05.05.2013 08:28
#42 RE: Kristen Stewart & Nikki Reed in " K - 11 " Zitat · antworten

Jules Stewart im Interview über ihre Tochter Kristen


Für ihren ersten Film, K-11, gab Jules Stewart ein dem Cable TV Interview, in dem sie u.a.
auch über ihre Tochter Kristen Stewart sprach.



Lönntest Du Dir Kristen Stewart in Zukunft als Regisseurin vorstellen und wenn ja, welchen Tipp würdest Du ihr geben?
Absolut. Und ich gebe auch noch nicht auf. Sie kann es schaffen. Wenn man die Idee und die Vorstellungskraft hat, kann man es schaffen. Kristen ist, wie ich finde, brilliant und sie wird vielleicht in der Zukunft eine Drehbuchschreiberin/Regisseurin/Produzentin sein.

Viele Fans von Kristen mögen Dich und sind nun Deine Fans. Wie fühlt sich das an?
Ich finde es super. Ich bin so stolz auf meien Tochter. Ich denke, in der heutigen Zeit macht sie eine super Arbeit. Ich bin froh, dass sie ihre eigene Person ist. Sie ist klug und witzig - sie ist Kristen. Sie ist eine einzigartige Frau in dieser Welt und ich könnte wirklich nicht stolzer auf sie sein. Ich würde ihr in jeder Situation den Rücken stärken.

Hast Du irgendwelche Pläne, mit ihr zusammenzuarbeiten?
Ich schreibe nichts bestimmtes für sie, aber ich würde es lieben, mit ihr zu arbeiten. Als Drehbuchautorin/Regisseurin ist es sehr spaßig mit jemandem zu arbeiten, der so extrem talentiert ist, der mehr in den Charakter reinbringen kann



Orginal Interwiev siehe oben

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15.05.2013 09:45
#43 RE: Kristen Stewart & Nikki Reed in " K - 11 " Zitat · antworten

Kristen Stewart`s kleine Rolle in " K - 11 "





Quelle http://robstenchile.com/2013/05/kristen-...editos-de-k-11/

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12.03.2014 15:31
#44 RE: Kristen Stewart & Nikki Reed in " K - 11 " Zitat · antworten

" K - 11 " beim Film Festival von Guadalajara





Quelle https://twitter.com/RealJulesStew/status...4787584/photo/1

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