Kristen Stewart on Celebrity Culture: People Are 'So Full of It'

It’s no secret that Kristen Stewart hasn’t always enjoyed the trappings of fame. And the 24-year-old actress, who’s been in the industry since the tender age of 9, is openly critical of celebrity culture in a new interview.

Discussing the role that won her a French César award, Stewart reflects on her movie Clouds of Sils Maria, which explores varying aspects of fame and the entertainment industry.

Kristen Stewart Becomes First American Actress to Win France's César Award

Kristen Stewart has achieved something no other American actress has before, winning a César at France’s most prestigious film award show.

The 24-year-old Twilight star’s eyes went wide when she heard her name called at the Paris event Friday. She even attempted to accept the award in French in an emotional speech.

Kristen Stewart and Juliette Binoche Take the Plunge, Get Cozy on Set of Sils Maria

Talk about getting your feet wet – and then some – for a new role.

Kristen Stewart and Juliette Binoche were photographed on the set of their new movie, Sils Maria, in the Swiss town of the same name, where the actresses were more than happy to literally dive into character.

In a series of snapshots, the pair can be seen stripping down – Stewart, 23, to a black bra and white shorts; 49, to nothing but her birthday suit – and taking in a dip in a river as they laughed it up.

George Clooney & Stacy Keibler Enjoy Dinner and a Movie in Paris

It’s hard to top a red-carpet premiere on the Champs-Elysées for glamour. But how about introducing your date afterward to two legendary French actresses by the light of the Arc de Triomphe?

George Clooney made it a night to remember for Stacy Keibler in Paris on Tuesday. With his new movie The Ides of March opening across Europe, the couple first hit the red carpet together in a rainstorm, with Clooney making sure Keibler was safely inside before he mingled with the crowds.

Juliette Binoche Pens Emotional Goodbye to Anthony Minghella

Juliette Binoche wrote this heartfelt remembrance of Anthony Minghella, who directed her in The English Patient and Breaking and Entering. The Oscar-winning director died Tuesday: