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“It is fairly common to have your story as a woman, even if you’re the protagonist, facilitated by all of the male characters. It’s so rare to have a female lead character being so proactive. She pushes her own story forward, rather then being affected by all of the outside elements. Hopefully we do that, I’m really proud to be a part of something like that. It’s always food for women to feel empowered.”

- Kristen Stewart comparing characters Bella and Snow White in Australian magazine Film Inc.

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20 comments to “Quote Of The Day”



  1. 1

    Uneducated idiot! She didn't have parents, so sad!



  2. 2

    oh yeah kristen stewart is such a feminist, appearing as a completely vapid, vacant women who is essentially owned by a man and never allowed to protect herself in twilight. snow white? that's one of the most epically sexist films of all time.



  3. 3

    She's actually putting Bella down as the whiny little damsel in distress she is.

    @Selinaaaa, who apparently didn't let go on the "a" on the keyboard - Snow White and the Huntsman is going to be a little different from the Disney version.



  4. 4

    Re: Wenchtits – pretty sure that being the "fairest one of all" is going to be a part of this new film. it's not only sexist i guess, it's all about the privilege of being beautiful and rich and queenly… And I agree, it's not like Bella was ever a pilar of strength to begin with, they are just two shitty parts for someone who is trying to empower women.



  5. 5

    I hear what she is trying to say, but it is pretty grim when even Snow White is more empowered that Bella.

  6. funnyshoe44 says – reply to this


    6

    I think she said "It's always GOOD…" not food. Unless I have just underestimated her idiocy this whole time.



  7. 7

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  8. 8

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  9. beccarooroo says – reply to this


    9

    The point she makes is a good one, and it's true that Bella Swan pushes her story forward, but it means absolutely nothing when you consider the fact that everything that character does is for the men around her. Being empowered isn't giving yourself to a man and letting him influence every little thing you do. I don't see how deciding which guy you think is hotter is empowering, if anything it's more damaging to woman and especially the young girls who obsess over that crap.



  10. 10

    Re: beccarooroo – isn't that exactly what she said? she was talking about snow white and the huntsman, and how much different it is than twilight.



  11. 11

    Jesus Fucking Christ this woman is pathetic. What a joke, she sucks at acting, and is now giving this bullshit anoalogy of what she does. What a fucking annoying kunt.



  12. 12

    Re: hoochpit – Why didn't you take your meds this morning ?



  13. 13

    I think that she has a point when she talks about women in the media, but there is seriously no way anyone could define Bella Swan as empowering - she is helpless without her man, finds solace as a wife and mother and promotes emotional abuse in her relationship. Let's just hope Snow White and the Huntsman is better.



  14. 14

    Re: overthere – I forgot when leaving the house. Which is kinda funny since i forgot to take my ADHD medicine. How ironic is that. :)

  15. MRSMOMOA says – reply to this


    15

    What is she talking about? It is always "food" for women to feel empowered…WHAT??



  16. 16

    Ok I know that is supposed to be a sort of "trademark" look for her, but seriously run a f@#$%&* come through your hair.



  17. 17

    IF Snow White and The Huntsmen is a romantic film, and ends with some chick getting the guy… where the fuck is the empowerment?
    I have no idea about the plotline, but to me, being empowered is more about putting yourself and your own life first, rather than making it all about the man "you end up with."
    No matter how "heroic" or "brave" the female character is - if the "reward" at the end is a love interest, it's NOT EVEN CLOSE to sending a message of empowerment.
    And if these two women fight over being "the fairest of them all," once again Hollywood is perpetuating the disgraceful myth that women should fight with one another about appearances.
    Watch the message that the film ENDS on. The final note of "Aha!" completion and focus.
    THAT will tell you whether or not this film is "empowering."



  18. 18

    And given the fact Disney is ALWAYS about the "princess," the "evil queen," and the "spectacular knight who saves her/kisses her awake," etc., I highly doubt this film has anything to do with empowering women.
    Now, if the main character destroys some mirrors, takes out a few men with a cross-bow and walks away from the knight with a smirk to buy her own house… I might find that empowering. ;)



  19. 19

    Who cares about this loser anyway.sheesh!she has a point about Bella Swan though.she never expresses herself.she has the same stony look in all of the movies.and she needs to smile once in a while.and some of her movies were good.so she's not that bad.