Kristen Stewart Doesn't Need to Prove Herself Anymore

8/9/2014 1:45 PM PDT, by


Here she is, guys: the very actress that lots of you have been saying can't act, is useless, and basically all the things that could be wrong with Hollywood today, and sorry, but the only accurate about any of that is that y'all who've been claiming that are wrong.

Here's the  trailer for Kristen Stewart's new movie -- "Camp X-Ray" -- and if this little trailer is any indication, it's apparent that Kristen can act circles around most of her contemporary "actresses" in Hollywood nowadays, and does it without much unnecessary publicity and/or fanfare. 

... Hear that sound, guys? It's the sound Kristen Stewart's career trajectory is making as it blasts off into the ionosphere. Look out. 

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WOZ
77 days ago

A terrorist sympathizing, bullshit film!

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Spottedfeather
77 days ago

You can't be serious....can you ? This trailer doesn't show Kristen Stewart to be anything than what everyone knows her to be.

mike litoris
77 days ago

I thought she was a horrible actress, to the point that when she won a BAFTA, I thought it meant Bad Actress From Twilight Award, and THEN I saw Adventureland. She was fabulous in that movie.

Matt
77 days ago

Kristen Stewart is a very good actress and she's shown that in every role she's had with a good script.

You're nutty though if you think this movie "blasts" her career anywhere. It's opening 2 weeks before Halloween and will probably be in a few hundred theaters max since it's an indie film with a million dollar budget. The number of people who will see it will number in the thousands, not millions.

Minky
77 days ago

I didn't see enough to call her "good", but I'm glad she appears to have wiped off that "I'm constipated and want to cry" look she perfected during Twilight.

oddsing
77 days ago

Film is drug. Good one make you walking upon air; bad one make you keep vomiting......
(Yo, touch me by searching google with my name for stimulate)

Rayv
76 days ago

Of course she looks like an amazing actor in this film...she just needed a role where it is okay to be an emotionless, constipated zombie.

jan
76 days ago

Just wondered if she was ever in a movie where her facial expressions ever changed.

fran
76 days ago

I think it looks like it will be a good movie. I think she is a good actress. Looking forward to seeing it.

Henny
76 days ago

I was lucky enough to watch Camp XRay in a special screening earlier this year & I was very impressed.
Many of you commenters here, judge her as emotionless & can't act. Well, that show's your own prejudice & intolerance.
The movie doesn't take sides, which is very difficult with such a sensitive but important subject. Kristen Stewart's character Cole is a very challenging role for any actor. It doesn't have the easy material given to Paymon Maadi, which allows him to fill scenes with larger than life wisecracks. That said, she nails it. She portrays the tension and stress of the situation with a combination of subtlety of expression, body language and terse utterances. She has the swagger of a physically confident combat soldier. Sattler gave insights into her demands on attention to detail, requiring the advice of a military advisor, which was plain to see in the way she marched, stood to attention or fiddled with her cap. Cole is not an intellectual, but is no dummy either and Kristen makes that compromise perfectly. You feel the small town girl struggling to come to terms with big questions. The crescendo of the final material scene shows the empathetic connection between the two main protagonists in the search for hope, and finally gives Kristen the ammo to show the depth of her range as a actress. It is truly touching moment - not a dry eye in the house.
Give that movie and Kristen Stewart a chance, it's truly worth it.

Vighorois
76 days ago

No, in that trailer, Mr. Payman Maadi totally outshines her. I won't call her performance in it bad, but so forgettable.

Alix
74 days ago

Are you kidding? I am getting a little tired of this site elevating the Kardashians, Stodden, and...well...this. She uttered about 20 words, sighed, smacked her gum, and sat with her mouth gaping for the whole trailer. How about you all consider actually watching the trailer before you say that Stewart's career is going to 'blast off'. Seriously....this is really getting old.