“Personal Shopper” Cannes Press Conference : May 17,2016

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@filmWard : “Her smile lights up the room. So natural and sophisticated at the same time.

รอยยิ้มของเธอทำให้ทุกอย่างสว่างไสว เป็นธรรมชาติและ ดูหรูดูดีและ ช่ำชองในเวลาเดียวกัน”

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“Cafe Society” 2016 Cannes Press Conference : May 11,2016

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Interviews of Kristen & Nicholas Hoult with IndieWire / Variety #Venezia72

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VENICE – Entering their Venice press conference to cheers from a rump of fans, Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult talked about love, film choices and director Drake Doremus’ direction of actors in Venice competition player “Equals.”

Some critics at Venice characterized “Equals” as a  date movie for the artier inclined teen crowd; one of the film’s attractions is the easy intimacy shown between Stewart and Hoult’s characters as they connect with their feelings and each other in a futuristic world that has eradicated emotions.

Stewart and Hoult play Switched On Syndrome sufferers who begin to have feelings, then fall for each other.

“Equals” is “basically about two kids who love each other when they’re not supposed to,” Stewart said. “One thing we talked about endlessly was: Do we still exist if love does’t exist, could we live without it. Probably not. If you don’t have passions, maybe not for another person, but passion, curiosity: That’s what keeps us going,”

How did the actors achieve a sense of intimacy in their love scenes? Stewart said she and Hoult would sit in front of each other for an hour saying “Hello.”

Hoult said that Doremus and his regular cinematographer John Gulesarian shot such long takes that he wasn’t always certain what the camera was focusing on. Doremus concurred: “When you have beautiful faces, you want to point the camera to them as much as possible. John was the only guy in there moving the camera around. There was no ‘Let’s get this shot, or that shot.’ It was letting the camera take us where it needed to go.”

“Equals” is a step-up in scale for Doremus, he said, and a step-down for Stewart and Hoult in budgetary terms, a journalist pointed out.

For Stewart, that was by-the-by: “I’m invested in all the projects. I don’t do the ‘one for them, one for me’ thing. If you step outside yourself and start tactically maneuvering your career… it just doesn’t make sense whatsoever. What we do requires … requires your heart to be so in it that every time I agree to do a movie I’m shocked and terrified.”

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AP Interview : Kristen Stewart, Nicholas Hoult get emotional in ‘Equals’

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VENICE, Italy (AP) — The movie business: What’s love got to do with it? For director Drake Doremus, everything.

The American filmmaker behind troubled-love stories “Like Crazy” and “Breathe In” is back with “Equals,” a science-fiction romance that puts Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult into a future society where emotions — messy, disruptive things — have been genetically suppressed for the good of humanity.

Their characters, Nia and Silas, develop feelings which blossom into a secret love that shakes their identities and endangers their lives.

Doremus — a self-declared romantic — says the film grew from wanting to explore “a world where love is not essential to human beings … and whether love will always find a way or whether it won’t.”

Cynically finding my way to hope, really,” the director said Saturday at the Venice Film Festival, where “Equals” is one of 21 films competing for the top Golden Lion prize.

Stewart shares her director’s passion for feelings, and thinks the film’s anti-emotional society isn’t too far from our own.

“There are aspects of our world that are entirely subdued,” Stewart said during an interview a few hours before the film’s red-carpet world premiere. “Why can’t we be a little f—— crazy some of the time? Why can’t we just feel unabashedly?

“Even if you’re a little bit crazy, even if you make mistakes, OK, fine — at least you’re living.”

Even so, Stewart acknowledges making this film was “daunting.” She and Hoult are onscreen much of the time, often in close-up, and must bare their emotions with subtle conviction.

“I was really scared of it,” she said. The story “was so simple and so basic that it could have been absolute trite, messy nothing — or it could be everything. It could be the most moving emotional experience.”

“Equals” has a screenplay by Nathan Parker — who also wrote low-budget lunar hit “Moon” — and is the first film Doremus has shot from a finished script rather than developed through improvisation.

He rehearsed the actors for a week before filming, an experience Hoult said he found liberating.

“Often in a script you’ll see (that) your character cries,” the actor said. “And you turn up on the set that day and you think, everyone knows I’m meant to cry now. And it’s suddenly so much pressure.”

“Drake doesn’t do any of those things. He’s like, just be — and be vulnerable and honest.”

The result is a sleek, subdued film that won praise from some viewers in Venice but left others cold.

Most agreed that both the leads and the landscape look gorgeous. The film was shot largely in Japan, using the minimalist modern buildings of architect Tadao Ando as a backdrop. The effect is dystopia crossed with Dwell magazine.

“It was so functional and beautiful, but so stifling,” Stewart said of the architecture. “You’re like, ‘It’s gorgeous. I just want to stare at everything, yet I want to run away from it.’”

Despite its future setting, the movie’s tale of forbidden young love is as old as time, and the film shares plot points with Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.” Like that play, “Equals” seems likely to appeal to the young, especially given the big teen fan bases of Stewart and Hoult.

Both are now 25, with years of fame behind them. Stewart began starring in the “Twilight” films as a teenager, while Hoult has been in the spotlight since he was the awkward child hero of 2002′s “About a Boy.”

Both have thrived by going in unexpected directions, making smaller art-house films alongside more mainstream fare.

“I think that’s the trick — for people to not quite know what’s going to happen next,” said Hoult, recently seen in the much scruffier sci-fi world of “Mad Max: Fury Road.”

“I so lead with my gut that there’s never anything too tactical,” added Stewart. “I’m never tactically maneuvering my career.”

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Deadline : Kristen Stewart & Nicholas Hoult Share Feelings On Sci-Fi Love Story

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 “ฉันคิดว่า ‘ความกลัว’ คืออาวุธสำคัญที่ฆ่าคุณในชีวิตนี้..”

“Do we still exist if love doesn’t exist? เราจะยังคงอยู่หรือไม่ถ้าไม่มีความรัก ? ถ้าคุณไม่มีความชอบ ความหลงไหลในบางสิ่งบางอย่าง บางทีอาจจะไม่ใช่ความรู้สึกที่มีต่อคนอื่น แต่ถ้าคุณมีแรงกระตุ้น และ ความหลงไหล และ ใคร่รู้ เหล่านั้นล่ะที่ทำให้โลกของเรายังคงดำเนินต่อไป .. ถ้าความรู้สึกเหล่านั้นหมดไป คุณจะยังอยากเรียนรู้อะไรอีกไหมล่ะ ? … แล้วเราจะยังคงอยู่หรือไม่ถ้าไม่มีความรัก ? No.”

 

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Kristen attends EQUALS Press Conference at Venice Film Festival : Sept 05,2015

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อัพเดตรูปเพิ่มติมมากกว่า 400 รูป .. ท้ายโพสท์

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Kristen , Nicholas Hoult และ ผู้กำกับ Drake Doremus ร่วมแถลงข่าว

ให้สัมภาษณ์สื่อสำหรับภาพยนตร์เรื่อง EQUALS ที่งาน Venice Film Festival ครั้งที่ 72

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Kristen และ Nicholas ถ่ายรูปกับ Twitter Mirror

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New/Old Fan Picture of Kristen from Breaking Dawn 1 Press Junket in L.A. : Nov 2011

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รูปเก่าของ Kristen และ

จากงาน Breaking Dawn Part 1 Press Junket ที่ L.A. : Nov 2011

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ฉันจำได้ว่า เคยโพสท์รูป Rob & Kristen ถ่ายรูปกับ มาแล้ว

แต่คงต้องย้อนกลับไปหาดูตั้งแต่ 2009 กระมัง

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‘Still Alice’ Press Conference in NYC : January 13, 2015

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‘Still Alice’ Press Conference in NYC : January 13, 2015 

At Crosby Street Hotel, New York

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Co-director Wash Westmoreland, author Lisa Genova,

Julianne Moore, Kate Bosworth & Kristen Stewart

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Tweets from the press conference Via @StageBuddy
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- “Lydia is flimsy, but then she ends up being emotionally the strongest character”

– Kristen Stewart #StillAlice

- Kristen Stewart reveals she thinks @StillAlice is a film about “living in the present”

- “It’s not always about having fun” – Kristen Stewart on taking on darker roles. #StillAlice

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Q: For the actors, What was your reaction when you got the script? Were you afraid a movie about Alzheimer’s wouldn’t be a big blockbuster, and make people say, “That’s depressing” and not want to see it?

Kristen: Every experience is different when you’re an actor, and doing it for the reasons we do. Yes, it’s definitely morbid, and it’s not a walk in the park, but sometimes filmmaking can be very important. As soon as I read Julianne’s part in this, I knew that she was going to be doing something important. I knew this movie was being made so she could do something that would say something. It was intimated to me that it was our job to just hold her up.

One reason that I possibly felt so driven about this film is because Wash and Rich hired me. I felt like if they thought I could do it, then I could. It’s not that I don’t like that people can go to the movies and laugh, but sometimes I think a movie can really say something.

Kate: I felt the same way. I’d read the book before the script, and I think everyone in some way knows someone who has been effected by Alzheimer’s. In my family, both grandparents had Alzheimer’s, and my parents rallied the family to take care of them, and that touched me deeply.

I felt like this is an opportunity to shine a light on this disease in a way that hadn’t been done dramatically before. That was the real draw for me, as well as being able to work with Julianne. I’ve known her for years, but never had the opportunity to work with her before. I was excited to be able to watch her. It’s incredible and spectacular to be around her, and be part of the process.

Julianne: I did it for the money. (laughs) No, sorry, it was just such a great wonderful script and such a great book that Lisa wrote. What she did that is so remarkable is that she presented the disease completely subjectively. What would it be like? What does it feel like to go through this process? We never get to see that.

Also, Rich and Wash took the novel and made it cinematic in a very deceptively simple way. It was a thrill to be involved in something like that, and I think that’s what attracted us to it. It’s the human side of the story. You’re watching this family’s journey through this very difficult situation.

Kristen: It’s interesting that this is the kind of story where you know if it is done right, everyone is going to talk about it. If it were done badly, well…(laughs) The alternative is so polarized. So I thought, “if we do it right, it’s going to be more important than anything we’ve done in a long time.”

Wash: We didn’t want this to be a depressing movie. We wanted to shine a light on the human element, and the connections people can make during even the most difficult times. We wanted to make a powerful film about what it means to be alive.

Q: Kristen, was that something you related to, as well?

Kristen: Personally I did relate to it, as well. You have two starkly different representations of people. Lydia has so many traits of her mother [Alice] and because of this accelerated period might be able to find that key and reach a level with each other and appreciate each other. But first you have a girl [Lydia] who does not want anything to nail her down. Lydia is not isolated but she is different than her family. She is a very creative person and she wants to live every moment and appreciate it.

One other thing the movie shined the light on is the present moment. Being there and not being ruined by protecting [yourself] too much. It’s funny that Lydia becomes sort of a backbone. It’s counterintuitive. She’s flimsy but then she actually ends up being emotionally the strongest for her mom and she learned a lot.

Q: Kristen, I saw the Assayas film (Clouds of Sils Maria) and you were at the New York Film Festival and so fantastic and I wonder after a big franchise that you had, do you feel if you have to redefine yourself as an actor now?

Kristen: Gosh, luckily through by my experience and by my gut, I don’t have to do anything (like that). At this point, I’m just doing what inspires me and what I love and it’s falling off the truck the way that you see it.

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New Interview of Kristen & Julianne Moore with Collider

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ถึงการพยายาม เข้าถึงความรู้สึกของตัวละคร และ พยายามเข้าใจว่า การเป็นโรคอัลไซเมอร์นั้นเป็นอย่างไร
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บางคำถาม คำตอบซ้ำกับที่ได้สัมภาษณ์ไปแล้วในงาน  “Still Alice” Press Day in L.A. : Dec 07,2014
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Kristen to attend “Still Alice” Press Days & TV Shows in NYC : Jan 13-15,2015

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Kristen และ Julianne Moore จะไปโปรโมท ‘Still Alice’ ที่ New York

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January 13th,

- Still Alice Press Conference & Press Junket

- ‘HuffPost Live’ เวลา 11:30am ET / ห้าทุ่มครึ่งเวลาเมืองไทย HuffPost Live – Livestream

- ‘AOL BUILD’ with Kristen & Julianne  เวลา 12:00pm ET/ เที่ยงคืนเวลาเมืองไทย ทาง aolbuild.com.

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January 15th,

- Kristen to be on ‘The Today Show’ เวลา  7:00 am ET / ทุ่มตรงเวลาเมืองไทย ทางช่อง NBC

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- Kristen to be on ‘Late Night with Seth Meyers’

Pre-taped at Rockefeller Center เวลา 6:30pm ET/ 06:30 เช้าวันที่ 16 เวลาเมืองไทย

ออกอากาศทางช่อง NBC เวลา 12:35am ET / เที่ยงครึ่งวันที่ 16 เวลาเมืองไทย

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คาดว่าจะมีรายการโปรโมทเพิ่มเติมในวันที่ 14 ซึ่งจะอัพเดทให้ต่อไป

แต่ จะไม่สามารถอัพเดทรายการวันที่ 15 ให้ได้ตามเวลา

เพราะเป็นเวลาเดินทางเข้า LAX พอดี จะ ถึง LAX วันที่ 15 ดึกๆ ตามเวลา PST แล้วจะอัพเดทให้อีกครั้ง

อยากให้ Kristen นินจาไปที่ NYC เลย ไม่ต้องมาเผชิญกองทัพแมลงสาปที่ สนามบิน

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.ไปอัพเดทกันต่อที่เกาหลี TG 692 BKK – ICN  ดึกๆ วันอังคาร

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