Kristen Stewart joins Hollywood heavyweights Anne Hathway, Emma Stone and Charlize Theron on Variety’s 2012 Women’s Impact report.
Variety recently put out its 2012 Women’s Impact List and Kristen Stewart made the cut for her ability to work “outside of her normal responsibilities,” most notably for her work on Snow White and the Huntsman.
“Amid all the testosterone-heavy tentpoles and hit pay TV action series this year, it was the female characters that really delivered the knockout punches. From the heroines of summer blockbusters to the folks that made the smallscreen sizzle, women held their own in fare that might have originally been targeted for men, but were enjoyed by all,” Variety explains.
Variety highlights Kristen’s performance in SWATH, saying, “Stewart made the character her own with a steely version of the apple-loving beauty.”
Ironically, the criteria of making the list involved the actress doing “something extraordinary outside of her normal responsibilities.” Kristen certainly did extraordinary things outside of her normal responsibilities for SWATH, but we won’t go there.
Others who made the list include Claire Danes, Anne Hathaway, Emma Stone and Charlize Theron.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Did Kristen deserve a spot on the list?
— Chris Rogers
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