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Stewart: I’m so satisfied and happy

Published 06/04/2015

Kristen Stewart
Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart thinks there’s “just no way” the celebrity industry will stop.

The 24-year-old has had a great start to the year, winning a César Award, which is the French equivalent of an Oscar in February, becoming the first American actress to ever do so. Considering the star has been making movies since she was a child, she is still passionate about her career and the direction it’s going in.

“Actresses go crazy when they feel like they want to hold on to what used to be, or whatever. I’m so satisfied and happy and absolutely looking forward to what’s to come,” she told The Hollywood Reporter. “Talk to me when I’m 30 and then I’ll be like, ‘Ahhhhh!’” As time goes on, who knows what my ambitions and objectives will be? Who knows how I’m gonna feel about what I do and what that’s gonna turn into? I have a feeling that I’m gonna do this for a while — at least, being involved in this industry.”

Kristen had her big break aged 12 when she starred alongside Jodie Foster in the 2002 film Panic Room. Her profile went through the stratosphere after starring in the Twilight Saga but it also brought with it a lot of unwanted attention from the tabloid press. However Kristen accepts that she’s fighting a losing battle trying to keep the media out of her life completely, so does her best to grin and bear it.

“If you think about the source of it all…which is really the big, big, big green monster of cash, there’s just no way that that’s stopping,” she continued. “It’s a new industry — celebrity news is a whole new form of entertainment — and it’s a huge, booming, f**king money-making industry, so why would it stop? I love what I do and so it’s worth protecting.”

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