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Kristen Stewart REVEALS the advice she got to land in a Marvel Movie!

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Kristen Stewart has come a long way since starring in the Twilight franchise. She has bagged exciting projects like Snow White and the Huntsman (2012), Cloud of Sils (2014), American Ultra (2015) and Equals (2015). Her recent talked-about film is Charlie’s Angels.

However, in a recent candid interview with Harper’s Bazaar, the twenty-year-old actress reveals how she faced discrimination based on her sexuality.

She discloses, “I’ve been told, ‘if you just like do yourself a favor and don’t go around holding your girlfriend’s hand in public, you might get a Marvel movie.”

Reportedly she referred to life as a vast ‘popularity contest’ and said she doesn’t want to work with narrow-minded people.

Post her break-up with star Robert Pattinson; she had been rumored dating visual effects producer, Alicia Cargile. She was also linked to French singer Soko, for a few months in 2016.

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Anne Erin “Annie” Clark, famous by her stage name St. Vincent, also apparently dated the actress for a short while in 2016.

There were also speculations of romance between Stewart and her Equals co-star, Nicholas Hoult. In 2018, Kristen was spotted multiple times with blogger and stylist Sara Dinkin.

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It is also believed that the Twilight’s Bella, was in an on-and-off relationship with Stella Maxwell.

In a previous interview, Stewart also addressed her latest film, Charlie’s Angles as a ‘woke’ version of the classic. In political terms, in recent times ‘woke’ relates to a perceived awareness of social issues such as racism and sexism.

Kristen Stewart clearly did not appreciate the piece of advice to land in a Marvel Movie. She opposes the old school mentality, and the twenty-nine-year-old questioned evolution, “I just think we’re all kind of getting to a place where – I don’t know evolution is a weird thing- we’re all becoming incredibly ambiguous.”

Meanwhile, Charlie’s Angels are due in cinemas on November 29, 2019.

 

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