NewsKristen Stewart used to be a fussy eater

Kristen Stewart used to be a fussy eater

As a young woman, Kristen Stewart assumed many roles that she wouldn’t necessarily play today. The actress will soon be released as Lady Di in the cinemas.

Los Angeles – US actress Kristen Stewart says she used to be anything but picky about her roles.

“I was really conscious of the opposite of being shy when it came to selecting projects. For a moment I thought “I do damn shit everything!” “, Said the 31-year-old the industry magazine” Entertainment Weekly “.

This attitude was also temporarily good for her, said Stewart. “But I think I’ll be a little more careful now. I believe that I have a better nose for what will be fruitful as an experience for me personally, even if not necessarily what will be successful in the world. “

Stewart was already in front of the camera as a child and played alongside Jodie Foster in the thriller “Panic Room” at the age of twelve. Her role in the vampire love film “Twilight” and its sequels made her world famous from 2008 onwards. The drama “Spencer” premiered in September, starring Stewart as Princess Diana. dpa

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