Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Charlize Theron & Kristen Stewart Cover the June/July 2012 Issue of Interview Magazine

Snow White & The Huntsman stars, Charlize Theron and Kristen Stewart are covering the June/July 2012 Issue of Interveiw magazine. On the cover, Charlize and Kristen are laying side by side with a fishnet over their faces along with red lips and a beaded top. Their Goth inspired shoot was shot by Mikael Jansson and both stars opened up their roles in the film, working with each other and more. Continue below to see the rest of the images from the feature along with some excerpts and for more go to InterviewMagazine.com.



On her lead role as Snow White: “The tricky thing is that you can’t have Snow White’s effect on people. I can’t have this supernatural light that sort of instantly affects those around me. There were things that I needed to believe, even though it was hard at times. But I did because the fantasy part of it was written well. You know how you meet people in life sometimes where you go, ‘Wow, you’ve got this energy …’ This is just sort of a heightened version of that.
On her co-star, Charlize: “She’s a f**king movie star. It’s funny, too, because she always says, ‘I’m not really a performer.’ But I’m like, ‘Yeah, not at all.’ [laughs] She’s an actor and a performer.”


On the movement in 'Snow White':
"I move a lot in this film. It was important for me to get across this sense of urgency. I think it was also that I needed to find out why my character, Queen Ravenna, was going mad. At first, I didn't really understand why she was evil or losing her mind, but once I understood that it wasn't just the fact that her mortality relied upon finding Snow White, and that knowing that and not being able to do anything and being stuck in a castle . . . Well, I think that would be maddening for somebody like her. It reminded me a lot of Jack Nicholson's character in The Shining [1980]—that idea that you're stuck in this place and you can't escape it, that cabin fever. All that stuff made me realize that Ravenna had to move. So a lot of that is in the movie. She has areas in the castle where she has more energy, like in this "fire" room where her mirror is, so she spends a lot of time there. And the moment that she does become still is really heartbreaking because it's almost like watching an animal that should never be still, like a wild cat, become still. It just doesn't feel right."

On adopting baby Jackson:
“You can’t really be too calculated about everything in life. I think I’ve gone through my life with the understanding that you’ve got to let go and you can’t think that you’re going to control your destiny … That’s why I’ve never had a five-year plan. I always knew that I wanted to have children. It wasn’t kind of something that I discovered later. I also never felt the biological clock ticking because I think I always knew that I wanted to adopt. It never meant that I didn’t want to have my own children—I always felt that if I were in the right circumstances then I would totally have my own children.”


Photos: Interview Magazine

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