'On The Road' Director Says Kristen Stewart Is 'An Outsider.' Do You Agree?

Fri, April 15, 2011 10:02am EST by 1 Comment

We know she & Rob enjoy their privacy… but would you really label Kristen as an outsider? Vote now!

Everyone’s buzzing about Kristen Stewart‘s performance in the upcoming movie On The Road, and no one is singing her praises more than director Gerald Nicosia. He says K-Stew and the other actors were perfect fits because they were able to relate to their ’50s beatnik characters. “They’re all very unconventional in their own lives,” he tells The New York Times about K-Stew and her co-stars, Sam Riley and Garrett Hedlund. “If you’re an outsider, you understand what counterculture is about.”

Hm… Interesting choice of words. Is K-Stew really an outsider? Her Twilight character, Bella, certainly is — she spends all her time with vampires, eventually becoming one herself — but can the same be said for her in real life?

Let us know what you think!

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Posted at 1:05 PM on April 15, 2011  

good god, do you guys even READ the articles you reference? The director, Walter Salles, did NOT call her an outsider. The guy who was advising Kristen and the others on a tutorial about the beat era called all three of them outsiders in some form, that they are unconventional. Please work on the reading comprehension guys!

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