Kristen Stewart

The year is 1991, six years before Diana’s death but at the height of her discord with the royal family
The Food Network star is ready to preside over the "Spencer" star's nuptials after she announced her engagement to girlfriend Dylan Meyer this week.
The "Spencer" star told Howard Stern her new fiancee "nailed it" with the proposal.
The star of the new Princess Diana movie explained an eerie moment involving an almost-exact replica of Diana's wedding dress.
“Not that my opinion matters!” Stewart, who will portray the Princess of Wales in the upcoming film "Spencer," said.
"She felt so alive to me when I was making this movie," said the actor, who is garnering early Oscars buzz for her portrayal of the late royal in "Spencer."
Stewart brings the drama in the first poster for the upcoming biopic, which hits theaters in November.
The actor stars in the upcoming film "Spencer," which is set during a pivotal weekend in the late royal's life.
DuVall and co-writer Mary Holland know how you feel about Abby and Riley. So do Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis. But let them explain.
"Happiest Season," "Lovers Rock" and "The Nest" will keep you entertained through whatever turkey-related coma awaits.
Debuting Nov. 25 on Hulu, the film also stars Mackenzie Davis and Dan Levy and reflects director Clea DuVall's experiences as a queer woman.
The actor is set to play the late Princess of Wales in the new biopic, "Spencer."
"Spencer" will be set over a three-day period in the early 1990s when the Princess of Wales realized her marriage to Prince Charles wasn’t working.
Author Stephenie Meyer said that “Midnight Sun” will retell the vampire saga from Edward Cullen’s perspective.
The "Twilight" alum candidly reflected on her romance with her co-star and why it never worked out.
The "Stranger Things" and "Charlie's Angels" stars played Virtual Reality Pictionary with the late night host.
The Twilight actress was advised she "might get a Marvel movie" if she kept her relationships with women under wraps.
Producer Drake Doremus and director Garret Price open up about Kristen Stewart's "unguarded" interview, and thank celebrities for thoughtfully memorializing Yelchin, who died in a freak accident in 2016.
Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska star in the reboot directed by Elizabeth Banks.
Kristen Stewart is just the latest celebrity to experiment with her eyebrows.