Kristen Stewart of the Twilight Saga turns 29 today. Over the years, the actress has been evolving and she has already given us some of our favorite characters. She is also a model and recently took on as a film’s director.
So let’s take a look at some of her most appreciated and some most loved characters she played on screen:
Who doesn’t remember ‘Sarah’ in the thriller film Panic Room in 2002? The tomboyish ten to eleven years old Kristen here played a daughter to Meg Altman, the role essayed by Jodie Foster. Her widely praised performance as ‘Melinda’, a rape victim, in the movie Speak. She essayed the role of Melinda Sordino in this movie based on the award-winning novel of the same name by Laurie Halse Anderson.
And the year she gave us our ‘Bella Swan’ in the crazily loved love saga Twilight. Wonder who on earth didn’t watch Twilight and the sequence that followed. It was that November 2008 when the world was swooned by the movie and our favorite vampires/humans/werewolves in it.
Then came ‘Emily Lewin’ in the Adventureland
She was ‘Joan Jett’ of American rock band The Runaways in the biographical drama movie of the same name. Stewart starred in the movie with Dakota Fanning essaying the role of ‘Cherie Currie’, both of them praised for their performances in the movie.
And she became our beloved ‘Snow White’ in Snow White and the Huntsman.
Her well-received role as ‘Maureen Cartwright’, the twin sister to her recently dead brother Lewis in the movie Personal Shopper. And this year, we all are eagerly waiting for the much-awaited REBOOT of Charlie’s Angels franchise in which Stewart is leading the upcoming movie with Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska.
Elizabeth Banks, director of Charlie’s Angels Reboot, tweeted on March 8th, International women’s day:
Happy #InternationalWomensDay #Angels. Honoring the commitment and celebrating the victories of the women who came before us today. Thank you to the women revolutionaries in every industry who lead the way and set an example for us all. #sisterhood #CharliesAngels pic.twitter.com/B3AxlNHKGU
— Elizabeth Banks (@ElizabethBanks) March 8, 2019