Kristen Stewart Takes on a Fighting Role in Two New Movies You Can't Miss

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Since November 22, 2008, Kristen Stewart has been worldwide known as the innocent teenager Isabella Swan in the American romantic fantasy series, The twilight saga. Yet, since the release of Twilight saga's final movie - Twilight: breaking dawn part two - in 2012, Kristen Steward has been anything but innocent.

A Background on Kristen Jaymes Stewart

Kristen Jaymes Stewart is a 29-year-old American actress and director. She was born to an American father John Stewart and an Australian mother Jules Mann-Stewart.

Before being Bella in twilight, Kristen was the diabetic daughter of Judi Fosters in the American thriller movie "Panic room", the high school freshman who stopped talking after being raped in the teen drama " Speak " and after the Twilight's final movie, Stewart blew the curtains off her true adventurous spirit with astronomical roles in blockbuster movies.

In 2012, Kristen Stewart played the role of Snow White in the fantasy Snow White and the huntsman's film. The movie featured Chris Hemsworth or as many like to call him " Thor " as the huntsman along with Charlize Theron as Snow White's evil stepmother, Queen Ravenna. It was a box office success, earning 396.6 million dollars worldwide compared to an estimated budget of 170 million dollars.

The warrior princess in snow white becomes a personal shopper in the supernatural psychological thriller " Personal Shopper " with a huge success in both, the box office and the critical reviews.

On a personal level, Kristen 's well known for her upbeat and inspiring personality. However, her upbeat personality is nothing compared to what is coming this November.

Kristen Stewart's New Movie

The highest-paid actress in the world in 2010-2012 - yeah, Kristen was the highest-paid actress in THE WORLD!! CAN YOU BELIEVE IT?! - will show up as a kick-ass fighter in the third and latest installment of the action-comedy Charlie's Angels series which will be officially released in cinemas on November 15.

Other Cast Members in Charlie's Angels

Along with Kristen, the upcoming Charlie's Angels movie is featuring Naomi Scott who's best known as Princess Jasmine in Disney's fantasy film Aladdin and Ella Balinska who had the leading role in Athena (2019) as Nyela Malik. The three of them will play the angels After they were formerly performed by Cameron Diaz, Drew Berrymore, and Lucy Liu in Charlie's Angels: full throttle in 2003 and Charlie's Angels in 2000.

Additionally, the handsome stubborn Will Traynor in " Me Before You " movie, aka Sam Claflin and our beloved Peter Kavinsky in "To All The Boys I Loved Before" Netflix series aka Noah Centineo will perform also in the 20l9 Charlie's Angels movie with Djimon Hounsou and Patrick Stewart.

It looks like it can't get any better, yet it obviously can with Sony Pictures Entertainment as the production company and Elizabeth Banks as the screenwriter and director. As a matter of fact, Elizabeth Banks is not only a highly successful actress - you may know her as Effie Trinket in The Hunger Games film series - but also she's a multi-talented director, writer, actress, and producer.

Kristen Stewart in Underwater

Back to Kristen, the daredevil angel is attacking again but this time is fighting sea monsters in the action-horror science fiction American movie "Underwater". The movie will be released on January 10, 2020, with an estimated 80 million dollars budget.

On the other hand, Stewart has a highly successful directing career. Her father was originally a director and she seems to have the love of directing In her genes. In fact, she once said that she loves being behind the camera more than in front of it. Her dream come true in 2017. When "Come Swim" the American short film was released. The film was written and directed by Kristen.

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Shahenda Mahmoud

Also known as Shahenda THEBOOKGEEK. I am a 22-year old indie book blogger, poet, magazine writer, and a senior dental student. If I am not reading, then you would find me writing book reviews, poems, women empowerment, career coaching or personal development articles. If not that, then you would definitely find me crying over my long lost GPA.


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