Snow White and The Hunstman

Kristen Stewart Talks About Acting… and Her Yes, Boyfriend!

Kristen Stewart graces the cover of a magazine to promote a movie other than the “Twilight” series.

For the June 2012 issue of Elle magazine, Stewart is featured on the cover looking sultry with smoky eyes and a black sequined dress to promote her new movie “Snow White and the Huntsman,” out in theaters June 1.

The 22-year-old actress also dons some masculine wear for the photo shoot and plays two “characters” for the magazine.

Stewart talked candidly in with the interview about her “sheltered” upbringing and even discussed her rumored boyfriend Robert Pattinson.

E! Online reported that during part of the interview Stewart is walking through a bookstore and spots the book “Bel Ami,” she blurts out, “Oh my God, my [expletive] boyfriend just did this movie. The French, they’re up in arms that he did it.”

Pattinson stars in the movie which comes out a week after “Snow White and the Huntsman.” Stewart and Pattinson have been quiet on their relationship since it was speculated about during the “Twilight” filming.  Read more>>


Kristen Stewart Overcame Her Fear Of Horses For ‘Snow White’ Role


Actress Kristen Stewart was forced to face her fear of horses in new movie Snow White And The Huntsman after a childhood riding accident left her scarred for life.

The Twilight star, who plays the title character in the film, was required to shoot a series of her own stunts on horseback and she admits she was far from comfortable in the saddle.

Speaking to fans during a panel at last weekend’s WonderCon event in Anaheim, California, she said, “I got to jump off cliffs and ride horses, and that terrifies me. I was really, really not happy about having to do all that (horseback riding). I don’t like that – I hate that.”

“I hate ’em. I fell off a horse once and hurt myself really badly. I broke and dislocated my elbow when I was, like, nine.”

However, Stewart reveals she did her best to bury the memory.

She added, “I just had to not think about it. I wanted so badly to do this that it was just like, ‘Alright, well, if I perish by horse, that’s all good.'”