Kristen Stewart criticizes Hollywood's hypocrisy, patriarchy

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Stewart, who is famous for the Twilight series, says that she saw how things work behind the camera this time, sharing that Hollywood is hypocritical

Kristen Stewart criticizes Hollywood's hypocrisy, patriarchy

Reactionary attitudes and contradictions among Hollywood stars draw attention to those whose popularity decreases or who move from the screen to behind the camera. One of them was Kristen Stewart. The actress, who became famous at a young age with the "Twilight" movie series, did not show the same level of popularity in the new projects she was involved in.

This is because of Stewart's sometimes radical comments on feminism.

Speaking to Porter magazine, the actress described Hollywood as fake and described what real Hollywood is like from her perspective. She said she prioritizes only a 'selected group of women' to operate in the studio world.

Stewart warned of the changes being made for women in Hollywood in the name of “feminism."

"There's this idea that we can check (these) little boxes and eliminate patriarchy and how we're all made of it," she said. "It's easy for them (women) to say, 'Look what we're doing. We're making Maggie Gyllenhaal's movie! We're making Margot Robbie's movie! And you're like, okay, good. You picked four... And I admire these women, I love these women (but) it feels fake."

Stewart has spent the last few years trying to find financing for his feature directorial debut, "The Chronology of Water." She said she no longer wants to take on new acting projects until then.

Source: Newsroom


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