New Kristen Interview with Terra Colombia

Photobucket entretenimiento Translation via OldMoriarty Even though her role in the famous vampire saga 'Twilight' has positioned her as one of Hollywood's most famous acresses, Kristen Stewart is more interested in playing deeper characters. And maybe there's only one director that can help her with this: mexican Alejandro González Iñárritu. The actress not only declared herself a fan of his work, but she also said she's very interested in working in one of his future films.

 "I'd love to work with González Iñárritu, and I'd like to do it soon," Kristen said yesterday in interview in England during the presentation of the film 'Snow White and The Huntsman', which will premiere in Mexico June 1. "I think he makes very intense films, filled with emotions and with a very strong message and the empotion that his charactes portray is also very intense and I'd like to experience something like that."

 In 2011, González Iñárritu took 'Biutiful' to the big screen, a story that tells the life of dying man, whose complex existance is marked by a special connection he has with the beyond and the duel that he holds with life and death. In 'Amores Perros', the mexican film maker showed the complexity that characters from three very different stories have, but that in the end, they have the same conection: a car accident.

 Kristen's admiration for directors like Inárritu is so strong, she even expressed her desire to direct her own films in the future: "I want to make movies, it's one of my greatest desires." Even though she doesn't have a specific project yet, she has a few ideas for short films. "You work all day with directors that are so talented at what they do, following their instructions, and having so much contact with them, that you start to like that job a lot," the actress said. Kristen has had the opportunity to work alongside filmmakers such as Bill Condon, director of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2, the latter yet to be released. The actress also began working in the first film of the franchise with director Catherine Hardwicke, who in 2003 directed the critically acclaimed film Thirteen.

And although Kristen considered she still has a long way to go, she is willing to take her time, without forcing anything. "My ambition is a bit rare, because I don't want to force anything, I want everything to happen naturally and I'm sure that with time I'll be able to work as a director," she said. In her next film, 'Snow White and The Huntsman', Robert Pattinson's girlfriend will be the lead of this new adaptation brought to the big screen by Rupert Sanders. In this epic adventure, full of action and special effects, she plays the young woman that, having an inocence and unmatched beauty, is chased by the evil queen, Ravenna, played by Charlize Theron. "What I like most in this character is that she has a very delicate nature, but, at the same time, she also has a lot of strenght, integrity and feeling," said Kristen. via vonch