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Is Kristen Stewart In A Lesbian Relationship With Alicia Cargile? Her Mom Chimes In – Or Does She?

Kristen Stewart‘s mother Jules Stewart was quoted in a recent interview weighing in on her relationship with visual effects producer Alicia Cargile and her sexuality. Kristen Stewart In Lesbian Relationship? Jules, 55, was getting interviewed about her film K-11 and her fundraiser for The Wolf Connection when the Q&A supposedly veered off in the direction of her famous daughter. “I […]

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Kristen Stewart's Mom Jules Denies Story: I Never Spoke About Her Love Life!

Kristen Stewart's Mom Jules Denies Story: I Never Spoke About Her Love Life!
Kristen Stewart’s mom, Jules, is denying a new story in British tabloid The Mirror, which printed an interview with her that began trending over the weekend. In the interview, conducted by Sharon Feinstein, Jules reportedly outed her daughter, supposedly saying, “What’s not to be accepting about her now having a girlfriend? She’s happy. I’ve met Kristen’s new girlfriend, I like her.” The only problem with the quotes? Jules claims she never said them. “I spoke to Sharon Feinstein about my film K-11 that has been put on display in the Hollywood [...]
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Berlin: Breaking Glass Pictures Takes U.S. on Reel Suspects’ ‘Love’ (Exclusive)

Richard Wolfe’s Breaking Glass Pictures has taken U.S. rights to “Love in the Time of Civil War,” which, sold by Matteo Lovadina’s Paris-based Reel Suspects, has also closed Italy (Open Reel), France (Optimale) and the U.K. (Tla), the last two territories in the final run-up to this week’s European Film Market.

The sales announcement comes at Reel Suspects has also added Thai Anucha Boonyawatana’s Panorama player “The Blue Hour” to its Berlin sales slate.

Directed by Montreal’s Rodrigue Jean, whose “Lost Song” won best Canadian feature at the 2008 Toronto Festival, docudrama “Love in the Time of Civil War” centers on Alex, a young addict who sells his body in Montreal. Along with Bruno, Simon, Jeanne, Eric and Velma, he’s caught up in a spiral of compulsion, hostage to society’s market logic, shuffling from one dingy apartment to the next, where desire
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Matt Nable Is Ra's Al Ghul in 'Arrow Season 3'

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Matt Nable Is Ra's Al Ghul in 'Arrow Season 3'
Less than a week after Liam Neeson expressed his interest in playing Ra's al Ghul on The CW's hit series Arrow, another actor has won the villainous role. Series star Stephen Amell announced on his Twitter page today that Matt Nable has signed on to play the League of Shadows founder, although it still isn't known when we'll first see him in Season 3.

Please welcome Matt Nable to Arrow. You know who he's playing. pic.twitter.com/f0I7tmujiD

Stephen Amell (@amellywood) September 4, 2014

The CW Network announced at Comic-Con 2014 that Ra's al Ghul will be the primary Season 3 nemesis for Oliver Queen, although he was hinted at a number of different times in Season 2, including the presence of his daughter Nyssa (Katrina Law).

Here's what executive producer Marc Guggenheim said during an interview at Comic-Con in July, revealing that they are approaching the character in a much different way
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Two More Actors Join CBS's Extant

One thing's for sure about CBS's upcoming new series "Extant": its cast is one of the best looking on TV! Joining star Halle Berry are the recently announced Goran Visnjic, playing Berry's husband, and Michael O'Neill. Read on for the details.

As you'll see below, the network broke the news on its Twitter feed.

Visnjic is best known as Dr. Luka Kovac on "ER" and also appeared in films The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and K-11. Transformers star O'Neill most recently appeared in Dallas Buyers Club and "Rectify."

"Extant" will debut on Wednesday, July 2 (9:00-10:00 Pm, Et/Pt).

Casting News: Goran Visnjic to play Halle Berry’s husband on new CBS drama @Extant_CBS. Michael O’Neill also joins cast.

— CBS Tweet (@CBSTweet) January 30, 2014

Synopsis:

"Extant" is a mystery thriller about a female astronaut, Molly (Halle Berry), who is trying to reconnect with her family when
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Chilling First Clip Released From ‘Carrie’

Although we’ve seen several TV spots promoting Kimberly Peirce’s remake of Carrie, this is the first promotional clip released from the film, set to hit Us cinemas later this month.

Starring Chloe Grace Moretz (Kick Ass) as Carrie, this chilling clip sees her deeply religious mother (Julianne MooreMagnolia) shove her daughter into a tiny closet to pray for forgiveness. However, Carrie’s powers can’t be hidden for too much longer…

Co-starring Judy Greer (Arrested Development), Ansel Elgort (The Fault In Our Stars), Portia Doubleday (K-11), Gabriella Wilde (The Three Musketeers) and Alex Russell (Chronicle), you may recognise Peirce’s name from her tense 1999 drama Boys Don’T Cry, a marvel of emotions and screenwriting (highly recommended). Though some may doubt this remake, I think – especially with Chloe as Carrie – it will be brilliant!

Carrie hits Us cinemas from 18th October, whilst the UK will have to wait until 29th November.
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LatinoBuzz: Exclusive Interview with Kate Del Castillo

Kate Del Castillo is one of Mexico's most important actresses and one of the most recognized faces in Latin America. Her imposing presence, both in person and on stage, her charisma, beauty and her enormous talent and passion for acting has lead her to be one of the rising stars in the Hollywood and Ibero American film and television industries. We have enjoyed her work in the most important series of American television, shows like 'C.S.I, Miami, Dallas', 'Weeds' and her many films include American Visa, Bordertown,Bad Guys, Under the Same Moon, The Black Pimpernel, Julia, Without Men and soon to be released A Miracle of Spanish Harlem.

She has shared credits with actresses such as Tilda Swinton, Kevin Kline, Mary Louise-Parker, Edward James Olmos, Eva Longoria and Christian Slater. It was in 2011 where Kate landed in the leading role 'as Teresa Mendoza' on the critical acclaimed 'La Reina del Sur' aired originally on Telemundo in the U.S. which positioned her at the height of her career.

In 2012 the film-director Jules Stewart choose her as 'Mousey' in K-11 which is also one of Kate's best acting challenges. We had the opportunity to accompany her on a day of shooting in her new movie called 'Visitors' a psychological thriller written and directed by Acan Coen and produced by the Mexican producers Jorge Aragon and Jesus Magaña. In the film, Kate plays Ana an skeptic surgeon who will try to win back her husband Daniel and her little Sebastián from the curse that has befallen them. Visitors is her comeback as the star of Mexican Cinema and a genre that she had not ventured before. Del Castillo's talked with us about this new project set to be released in 2014 and how she continues to strengthen her career.

LatinoBuzz: You said once that you yearned the feeling of the experience of doing something for the first time, now that you are going for the first time into a new movie genre, how do you feel working in this production?

Kate: Very happy, as I said the first time of anything is always a very special feeling. It's the first time that I work in a genre like this. I'm learning so much, I'm surprising myself everyday with the things that are happening, the rhythms, a movie like this has a very different kind of rhythm. I'm very happy and very excited.

LatinoBuzz: What makes this character special to you? What new challenges has it brought to you as an actress?

Kate: For me, the script is always the most important thing. When I read the script, I loved it, I spent nearly two years to consolidate this project, you know cinema sometimes has its delays, but I think it was all worth it, not only because of the story but also because it is a totally different character. Ana is a surgeon, a pragmatic woman, a very logical woman devoted to science, so what makes this character beautiful is that the perfect structure that Ana had starts crumbling as things with no logic started to happen, so when she begins to find logic to what's really happening, her world begins to crumble. That's why I loved this character, the character arc is very beautiful.

LatinoBuzz: How do you feel working with your director Acán Coen?

Kate: Fine, very happy, it's very cool to work with a new director, it's his first film. I like to see that hunger, that urge and that everything that has a new director I learn so much from everyone. I learn, I learn a lot always.

LatinoBuzz: In the thriller genre there's a really thin line between being a thriller movie or becoming a comedy, if the thriller isn't managed well. What should the audience expect from 'Visitants' ?

Kate: I think that happens more often with Horror. Visitants, it's a psychological thriller, so that doesn't happen with us. Visitants is an important production, it is a very well done production, there is a lot of money behind the film, the special and visual effects people are wonderful, the director, the whole team are very professional people who have been working on this for so many years and we are doing something very, very professional, very well done. There is so much talent in Mexico.

LatinoBuzz: What do you think of Mexican Cinema nowadays? What do you think 'Visitants' can contribute to the industry?

Kate: First of all, making a movie of this genre is rarely performed in Mexico, so it seems a very appropriate choice, is a genre that has a lot of spectators, a genre that the audience likes a lot, that sells a lot, it can be a very commercial film and a film that you can take to festivals at the same time too. Mexican cinema it's very vast, it comes in all genders, of all qualities too. We have a huge capacity to go on to compete around the world, festivals and awards around. It is a genre that not everyone dares to enter and that is a dare too. I like challenges, i like that fear you feel for something new and with a new director, I think it's very important to always support new projects.

LatinoBuzz: Every day you open yourself more doors in the Anglo market, What's next? What are your plans?

Kate: There are many plans, there are many plans with my agency, we want to do many things. We are closing projects. There comes something very important this year that I will be able to say later. I'm interested in seeking projects no matter where, no matter if it is in the United States, whether in Chile, whether in Venezuela. Right now I thank God I have a privileged position where I can afford to choose projects, because I also want to forge a serious and respectable career for me, not for others. My job is to create myself a career that I can go to sleep satisfied with what I'm doing.

LatinoBuzz: I must confess that I especially like your work in 'K-11' your character is impeccable. How was working with the director Jules Stewart?

Kate: Jules is an amazing woman who has worked with all the directors you can imagine, the greatest. She has made thousands of movies working like script supervisor. She had already the entire footage of the movie in her head, we shoot it super fast, she was quite sure what she wanted, everything was amazing and I loved Mousey my character, it was one of those opportunities that you get a once in a lifetime and I could not miss this one. These are the characters where you have lots of fun, you get the chance to add them a lot of things and with Jules help, because there's a very thin line too, right? you can also can became a comedy if this type of character isn't managed well. I am very proud of my work, I can not always say the same thing i am very hard on me, i think it was a job very well done between the two, between Jules and I. Jules is a very charming woman to work with, and is an amazing director, a director who knows how to talk to actors, knows how to work the actors, she knows perfect her camera movements, she had already the entire footage of the movie in her head. Incredible.

LatinoBuzz: Do you miss 'La Reina del Sur' and your role as Teresa Mendoza?

Kate: Very much, very much. Teresa Mendoza is a really beautiful character that has so many things and also goes through a lot. There are very few times that life gives you opportunities like this.

LatinoBuzz: Will there be a movie?

Kate: Maybe, maybe.

LatinoBuzz: Is there a favorite director with whom you would like to work in the future?

Kate: There are many directors I would like to work with. There are many. There are some wonderful spanish filmmakers as Alejandro Amenábar. I love the Coen Brothers too.

LatinoBuzz: What films have inspired you in your career as an actress?

Kate: Many! But one film that fascinates me is 'Orlando' because of the work that Tilda Swinton did there, with whom then I had the fortune to work with in the film 'Julia'. Orlando is one of the films that inspires you and makes you wanna say: I want to be an actress

LatinoBuzz: Where do you see yourself ten years from now?

Kate: I do not see myself, I never make plans, I never set goals and I never do that kind of stuff I don't like to futurize, I barely know what I will do tomorrow and because there is a working plan here, I've never futurized because life always surprises me with things even better.

LatinoBuzz: Mention in three words how would you like the public to remember you:

Kate: In three words I can hardly tell you, but I would like to be reminded with a career that has a wide range, that they can say they see me at least different in each of my roles.
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Carrie Set Visit Report Part 2: Cast Soundbites with Judy Greer, Alex Russell, Portia Doubleday and More

In Part 1 of our Carrie set visit report, we heard from director Kimberly Peirce and star Chloe Moretz regarding their thoughts on the upcoming retelling of the classic Stephen King novel.

We also discussed what they both did to prepare for the project, working with Julianne Moore and much more in regards to their experiences during production.

For this portion of our set visit interviews, we were able to sit down with several of the Carrie co-stars including Judy Greer, Portia Doubleday, Alex Russell and Ansel Engort. In Peirce's film Greer is portraying well-meaning educator Miss Desjardin, and during her roundtable chat she discussed how her character is really the catalyst for all the tragedy that happens in Carrie. Doubleday (who was fantastic in the recent indie thriller K-11) chatted about what we can expect from resident mean girl Chris Hargensen in Screen Gems’ upcoming production, and newcomers Russell and
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Kristen Stewart's Mom Jules Stewart Confirms She Owns "Wolf-Hybrids" After Neighbor Dispute

Kristen Stewart's Mom Jules Stewart Confirms She Owns
While Kristen Stewart's heart might be shattered after her recent split with boyfriend Robert Pattinson, her mother Jules Stewart, on the other hand, is celebrating a small victory of her own. Stewart, who made her directorial debut earlier this year with her film K-11, recently filed a restraining order against her neighbor, Sue Bemi; Bemi had accused Stewart of harboring wolves during an April 21 dispute on Stewart's driveway, TMZ reports. According to Stewart's court filing, Bemi allegedly harassed her, demanding that the animals aren't appropriate pets and should [...]
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Kristen Stewart's Mom's Twilight Nightmare -- I Have No Wolves!

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“Twilight” star Kristen Stewart’s mom says she has a crazy neighbor on her hands ... a neighbor who is allegedly harassing her and claiming that she's harboring wolves.Jules Stewart says the beef began April 21, when the neighbor walked up her driveway. Stewart says she ordered the 61-year-old woman off her property … and according to legal docs the two exchanged heated, vulgar words.The neighbor, Sue Bemi, allegedly claimed Stewart's dogs were actually Wolves. Bemi
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K-11, Directed By Jules Stewart, Coming To DVD And Blu-ray April 23

K-11, Directed By Jules Stewart, Coming To DVD And Blu-ray April 23
Breaking Glass Pictures and Libertine Films is bringing the directorial debut of “Twilight” star Kristen Stewart’s mother to Blu-ray and DVD! “K-11,” directed by Jules Stewart, will be on DVD and Blu-ray April 23. The film, priced at $24.99 (DVD) and $29.99 (Blu-ray), is the dramatic tale of a man ending up in K-11, the Los Angeles County Jail’s transgender inmate unit. Currently, “K-11” is screening in select theaters in fifteen cities in the U.S. and is available nationwide on Video On Demand. Before making her directorial debut, Stewart has been a script supervisor with over thirty years of Hollywood experience. Stewart formed Libertine Films with her business partner, producer [ Read More ]

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K-11 Blu-ray and DVD Debut April 23rd

K-11 Blu-ray and DVD Debut April 23rd
Breaking Glass Pictures and Libertine Films are proud to announce the upcoming Blu-ray (Srp $29.99) and DVD (Srp $24.99) release of Jules Stewart's directorial debut, K-11, a riveting drama that tells the story of a man's plight after winding up in K-11, the Los Angeles County Jail's transgender inmate unit. K-11 is currently screening at select theaters in fifteen cities around the country and is available nationwide on Video On Demand.

K-11 stars Goran Visnjic (ABC-tv's new hit series Red Widow, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, ER) as Raymond Saxx, a businessman whose drug use leads him to incarceration in the section of the Los Angeles County Jail reserved for Lgbt inmates and firmly under the heel of Mousey (Mexican superstar Kate del Castillo, Under the Same Moon, The Queen of the South, Weeds), a malicious transgendered inmate. Saxx has no idea how he got there -- all he knows
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K-11 Escapes onto Blu-ray and DVD

Jules Stewart's lunacy in prison opus K-11 is getting set to make its DVD and Blu-ray debut courtesy of Breaking Glass Films, and we have all the details you need on whether or not to sentence your cash flow to a worthy purchase!

From the Press Release

Breaking Glass Pictures and Libertine Films are proud to announce the upcoming April 23 Blu-ray (Srp $29.99) and DVD (Srp $24.99) release of Jules Stewart’s directorial debut, K-11, a riveting drama that tells the story of a man’s plight after winding up in K-11, the Los Angeles County Jail’s transgender inmate unit. K-11 is currently screening at select theaters in fifteen cities around the country and is available nationwide on Video On Demand.

K-11 stars Goran Visnjic (ABC-tv’s new hit series “Red Widow”, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, “ER”) as Raymond Saxx, a businessman whose drug use leads him to
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Kristen Stewart ‘Not Mad’ At Mom Jules Stewart For Controversial Interview

A friend of Kristen Stewart Exclusively told HollywoodLife.com that she is not upset with her mom for the comments she made in the ‘Los Angeles Times’ about Kristen’s career.

After Jules Stewart commented that she had much more experience than daughter Kristen Stewart, it was assumed that K-Stew might be angry with her mother. However, HollywoodLife.com has exclusively learned that Kristen is extremely proud of her mother, and they have a great relationship. Jules is Kristen’s “number one fan.”

Kristen’s Not Upset With Her Mother

“Kristen is not mad at her mom at all, in fact she is really proud of Jules,” a source close to Kristen told us. “They have a very tight relationship and it would take a lot to put a dent in their relationship. Jules considers Kristen to be an old soul and treats her like an adult.”

The source continued
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Kristen Stewart's super small part in her mom's movie 'K-11' revealed

Kristen Stewart's super small part in her mom's movie 'K-11' revealed
Somehow, this little nugget slipped right through the cracks ... until today. Lately, Kristen Stewart's name has been coming up a lot, despite the fact that she's currently on break until filming for Focus picks up this April. Why? Well, her mother Jules Mann Stewart is currently ushering in her directorial debut, K-11, and her famous daughter is a topic of real interest for a lot of folks. Not only are they related, but Kristen Stewart also did a voice micro-cameo in the film which has now been unearthed (see/listen to attached video). Jules Stewart did say that Stewart's part in the film - which was originally supposed to be larger before she signed on for Snow White And The Huntsman and in fact even once upon a time included Twilight co-star Nikki Reed - would be small, and boy was she right. It sounds like Stewart simply says
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Kristen Stewart’s ‘K-11′ Film Cameo Revealed — Listen

Kristen Stewart might not be the star of her mother Jules Stewart’s movie, ‘K-11,’ but she does have a small vocal cameo in the flick. Get a listen!

Kristen Stewart was determined to have a role in her mother Jules Stewart’s film, K-11, but was forced to back out due to scheduling conflicts. Instead, Kristen’s brother Cameron Stewart starred in the film and Kristen made a compromise by doing a vocal cameo.

Kristen Stewart’s Mini Cameo For ‘K-11

K-11 is about a record producer who finds himself in a section of the Los Angeles County Jail reserved for homosexuals, which is ruled by a transexual named Mousey.

The supporting role Kristen was supposed to play was given to Youth in Revolt star Portia Doubleday. The movie aired on March 15 in theatres and OnDemand.

Kristen’s vocal cameo is in a scene where her voice can be heard over the phone.
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Kristen Stewart's Surprise Appearance in Mom Jules' Directorial Debut: "It Was Perfect"

Kristen Stewart's Surprise Appearance in Mom Jules' Directorial Debut:
Kristen Stewart may have dropped out of her mom Jules Stewart's directorial debut, K-11, but that doesn't mean she isn't in the film. K.Stew makes a vocal cameo in the film about a businessman, Raymond Saxx (played by Goran Visnjic), who finds himselft thrown into the gay and transsexual unit of a Los Angeles jail after he's arrested for drug use. "We had one role that we couldn't find the right voice for and it's Raymond's secretary," Jules told me at her Libertine Films production offices in L.A. "As he's on the telephone frantically trying to call outside, trying to get information, his secretary answers the phone and talks to him, and that, in fact, is Kristen. It was...
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Kristen Stewart’s Mom Didn’t Mean To Sound Jealous Of Her Daughter

Kristen Stewarts’ mother Jules gave a new interview to the ‘La Times’ today, March 15, in which she sounds frustrated that she is overshadowed by her daughter.

But I doubt she meant to be hurtful. Kristen Stewart‘s mom Jules is speaking out to publicize the new film that she directed, K-11. Unfortunately, in the interview she makes a few points that make her possibly sound as if she is envious of her famous daughter, the star of Twilight.

Is Jules Stewart Jealous Of Kristen Stewart?

“It’s extremely frustrating for me, because she’s 22 years old and I’m almost 60,” said KStew’s mother. “In terms of life experience — hello! — I have it all over her. It’s not like I came out of nowhere,” she told Amy Kaufman of the La Times.

She also says: “To the world, I have no name. I am ‘Mama Stew’ — that’s what they call me,
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Kristen Stewart’s Mom Jealous Of Her? New Interview

Do we have a mother-daughter rivalry brewing? In a new interview, Jules Stewart says she’s got ‘it all over’ Kristen in terms of experience. Read on for the shocking interview!

Jules Stewart sounds a little bitter about having Kristen Stewart as a daughter. In a little role reversal situation, it’s the mom who’s jealous of the daughter!

Kristen Stewart’s Mom: ‘It’s Extremely Frustrating’

“It’s extremely frustrating for me,” Jules says about being Kristen’s mother in a new interview with the Los Angeles Times. You may not have known, but Jules, 58, has worked on tons of films since coming to the United States from Australia at the age of 16. She has worked for years as a script supervisor and is actually responsible for bringing Kristen into the movie business.

Which must be why she’s so bitter now. “She’s 22 years old and I’m almost 60,” Jules says.
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Kristen Stewart's mom wanted to cast her as rape victim in 'K-11'

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"Twilight" star Kristen Stewart's mom is making her directorial debut. Jules Stewart is a longtime Hollywood script supervisor, but now she has a project all her own. "K-11" is a prison drama that focuses a specific section of the Los Angeles County Jail which houses Lgbt inmates.

Originally, Jules' daughter Kristen was attached to play a role in the movie. However, that was six years ago before Kristen was one of the busiest actresses on the planet. When the time came to finally make the movie, Us Weekly reports, Kristen had to chose between her mother's movie and "Snow White and the Huntsmen."

"She kept working and she kept working and she kept working," Jules says, "And she got really big and we were still really small and I was like, 'Go! Go do 'Snow White,' please, go make those big films.'" The part was eventually recast,
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