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If there was one trend in the movies of 2012, it was the ever-present handjob. Yup, the only HJ had more screen time in 2012 than Jessica Chastain, and that's saying something.
Funny or Die didn't let the trend die quietly, editing last night's Oscars to make it look like Sandra Bullock gave out an award that would make even Seth MacFarlane blush: Best Handjob in a Leading Role. And, oh, there were many! Between "The Master," "On the Road," and "Hyde Park on Hudson" (wait, how did we miss that?), 2012 was the year Oscar got, er, "hands on." (More like "The Master-bater," eh?)
It's good to know Kristen Stewart's got options, though, now that the "Twilight" franchise has come to a close. Give the gal a hand! (Or, actually, vice versa.)
2012 has been quite a year for Kristen Stewart: the epic "Twilight Saga" came to an end, she's showing her boobs in another film, and she's dealt with tabloid dramz in her relationship with R.Pattz. Still, it seems nothing brings this girl down.
It's hard to believe the 22-year-old actress really did anything before she signed on as Bella Swan just a few years ago. But we know better than that. Her breakout role came at 12-years-old as Jodie Foster's daughter in "Panic Room," and that was only the beginning.
In "On the Road," out this weekend, Stewart takes the passenger seat for a cross-country trip with Garrett Hedlund and Sam Riley in a film based on Jack Kerouac's novel of the same name. The story follows young writer Sal Paradise (Riley) as he travels through the States with his free-spirited buddy Dean Moriarty (Hedlund) and Moriarty's teen bride (Stewart) during the 1950s. The threesome (uh, yeah, there's that scene too) ditch life in New York in search of new experiences.
Funny, though, how one of Stewart's childhood gigs would come into play for her role in "On the Road." Long before she was a credited actress, K.Stew was featured in a Porsche commercial where she enjoys a daily road trip with the wind blowing in her hair. In the TV spot, Stewart realizes there's no way she's hopping on a boring yellow school bus when she can hitch a ride in a fancy sports car. Who can blame her?
Here she is back in the day, cute pigtails and all:
Dear Kristen Stewart, would it kill you to crack a smile?
Stewart, erstwhile star of the "Twilight" franchise, has 50-plus shades of stankface, and she's displayed each and every one of them on red carpets over the last several years. We understand that some people just have kind of a mean resting face, but this seems a little excessive. Do you really have reason to be so glum? We'd like to point out that Robert Pattinson took you back. And it's worth noting that you were named the highest-paid Hollywood actress last year.
Whatever the opposite of smizing is, that's what you do. Tyra Banks would be ashamed.
We hate to belabor the point, but really: Just try cheerfulness! It might do you some good.
Click through to the gallery to check out some of Kristen's stankiest stankfaces (some with bonus Robert Pattinson).
Garrett Hedlund is many things: the leading man in the rebooted sci-fi franchise "TRON", a honky-tonk love interest in "Country Strong" and "Georgia Rule," and now an indie wild child, playing Dean in the long-awaited film adaptation of "On the Road."
Hedlund's path to "On the Road" wasn't an easy one: He's been attached to the project for five years, and the movie has been in Hollywood purgatory for even longer, with a paper trail leading back to the 1950s, when author Jack Kerouac first floated the idea of an adaptation of his novel. This Friday, U.S. audiences will finally get the chance to see this new side of him (and, as a bonus, they'll get to see his naked side).
Hedlund caught up with NextMovie in New York ahead of the film's release, and talked "Twilight," getting intimate with Steve Buscemi, and how, exactly, to crack open a Benzadrine inhaler. Get More »
The as-yet-untitled "Tron 3" project gained a screenwriter last week, and now it has officially gained a star.
Garrett Hedlund confirmed to NextMovie exclusively that he would follow up his 2010 performance as Sam Flynn in "TRON: Legacy" by appearing in the long-rumored sequel, which may begin shooting in 2014, according to some sources. Get More »
December is prime time for movie releases: Awards voters will have the films fresh in their minds when they go to vote, kids are on break from school and all the adults home for the holidays need to go somewhereto escape their families.
Yes, this time of year is jam-packed with new movies. How is the discerning moviegoer to decide which new releases to hit the theater for, and which to wait for on DVD? Simple arithmetic, of course! We've broken down key December releases into simple equations to help you decide what to see, organized by release date.
Your mom always told you math class would be important someday — today is that day. Enjoy. Get More »
There's really not much room for debate here — Kristen Stewart is beautiful.
And she doesn't just have any kind of run-of-the-mill beauty. The "Snow White and the Huntsman" and "Twilight Saga" heroine has that, I-just-rolled-outta-bed and I-never-wear-makeup thing down pat. Mix that with her adorably awkward personality, a major movie franchise and that super-hot boyfriend of hers and you have the recipe for Hollywood starlet perfection.
Well, that and a Hot People Looking Hot gallery of gorgeous photos courtesy of yours truly.
We've bid farewell to the Great White North for another year — yup, the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival is officially over. In years past, Oscar winners like "Slumdog Millionaire" and "The King's Speech" made their international debuts at TIFF. With that in mind, we took in every screening our schedules allowed, looking for the Next Big Thing of this year.
We narrowed the Best of Fest list to 15; They may not be the Oscar nominees of 2013 — though we'd bet cash money some of them are — but they'll be among the best movies you'll see for yourself this year. -- By Kevin Polowy and Brooke Tarnoff Get More »
With films like "Slumdog Millionaire" and "The King's Speech" having made their international debuts at the fest, the movies showing this year are among those we can't wait to see this fall — in fact, we listed 20 of them before TIFF even kicked off.
So, how did they fare? Well, here's what the reviewers from our sister site, Film.com, had to say... Get More »
And that means that we're going to probably dig it, too.
K.Stew is at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival in promotion of "On the Road," director Walter Salles' highly anticipated adaptation of Jack Kerouac's classic novel that, for many, captured the spirit of the Beat Generation like no other. Toronto is showing a different cut than the one that was screened at Cannes earlier this year, and while Stewart likes both versions, she thinks this new one will appeal to the true Kerouac fans out there.
Check out Kristen's interview with MTV's own Josh Horowitz and go see "On the Road" when it hits theaters on Dec. 21, daddy-o.