Kristen Stewart

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Crimes of the Future review – Cronenberg’s post-pain, post-sex body horror sensation
As he did with 90s hit Crash, the director creates a bizarre new society of sicko sybarites where pain is the ultimate pleasure and ‘surgery is the new sex’

Peter Bradshaw

23, May, 2022 @9:17 PM

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‘If you want to know about sex, it’s in the songs’: Joan Jett on punk, privacy and almost joining the army
Forty years after topping the charts with I Love Rock’n’Roll’s snarling menace, Jett is still rocking out. She talks about the sexism she faced, nurturing today’s female stars and her dad sneaking into her early gigs

Fiona Sturges

07, Apr, 2022 @9:00 AM

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Chest in show: Timothée Chalamet gives 2022’s Oscar red carpet its biggest fashion moment
What does it take to make an Oscars’ suit stand out? Choose any colour other than black (or lose your shirt)

Alyx Gorman

28, Mar, 2022 @4:19 AM

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Robert Pattinson: the heart-throb who dared to be repellent
Playing Batman finally puts the boy from Barnes on the A-list – after years spent sabotaging any hope of mainstream success

Wendy Ide

27, Feb, 2022 @10:00 AM

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Oscars nominations 2022: the full list
From Dune to The Power of the Dog, all the nominations for the 94th Academy Awards, which take place on 27 March

Guardian film

08, Feb, 2022 @2:01 PM

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Come back award shows – I’m missing the stars like Kristen Stewart | Rebecca Nicholson
Declining viewers and Omicron-induced apathy could see gong ceremonies going the way of the untelevised Golden Globes

Rebecca Nicholson

15, Jan, 2022 @3:00 PM

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Golden Globes 2022 tries to do better as Lady Gaga brings the outrage
After a year of criticism over diversity, the Golden Globes have come up with a decent slate of nominees, with Gaga surely the favourite for best actress

Peter Bradshaw

13, Dec, 2021 @5:06 PM

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Spencer review – Kristen Stewart’s Diana impersonation is enjoyably strange
Pablo Larraín’s overwrought fantasy, set during a stifling royal Christmas in 1991, offers an arthouse-bizarro version of Diana’s story

Peter Bradshaw

04, Nov, 2021 @9:00 AM

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Kathleen Stock’s departure shows universities can’t cope with argument | Rachel Cooke
Sadly, the philosopher’s resignation from Sussex is a victory for the bullies and anti-intellectuals

Rachel Cooke

30, Oct, 2021 @2:01 PM

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Kristen Stewart on playing Diana: ‘I believe in a lingering energy. I took her in’
The actor is an uncanny likeness, but – with its creepy equerries and mountains of pastries – director Pablo Larraín has created a gothic horror out of the princess’s life. They tell us how they made Sandringham her Overlook Hotel

Charlotte Higgins

29, Oct, 2021 @5:00 AM

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Desperately seeking Diana: can any actor get to the heart of the people’s princess?
The princess is now a constant presence on our screens, from a camp musical to The Crown. Such a blank canvas is a dream for directors and a nightmare for actors, writes Hadley Freeman

Hadley Freeman

16, Oct, 2021 @8:00 AM

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London film festival 2021: Peter Bradshaw’s top 10 picks
Tilda Swinton in Memoria, Kenneth Branagh’s memorial to Belfast and Edgar Wright’s 60s horror: the Guardian’s chief film critic chooses his must-sees at this year’s festival

Peter Bradshaw

05, Oct, 2021 @2:29 PM

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