Kristen Stewart claims she is addicted to acting: "I can not stop"

Kristen Stewart remains a favorite to win the Oscar for Best Actress at the 2022 Oscars, for her work in “Spencer”, film in which she plays Princess Diana. The 31-year-old artist revealed in an interview that she is falling more and more in love with her craft, and this is reflected in her new projects.

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“When I made my first movie, ‘Days of Fate,’ I thought, ‘This is it. This is the feeling.’ I’ve been chasing it ever since. It’s this feeling of creating something together with others… me I could find”, she said in the chat with the “W Magazine”, published this Tuesday (11/01).

Kristen also stated that she never had an identity crisis caused by the characters she played on screen, but she didn’t hide that she regrets some jobs she accepted over time.

“I never (had the identity crises). I definitely wanted to go back in time and not do certain works, but there is no way out but to move on”, he lamented, without specifying which films he regrets.

He then detailed: “I always say, ‘I don’t have a path, I have 500 million paths.’ I mean, how many movies can I make a year? Probably three, four. I’m like, ‘That’s a lot. ‘ but imagine how many experiences… I don’t know of any other lifestyle that would give me that. I’m so addicted right now. I can’t stop.”

Connection with Diana

During an interview for the “Deadline” in November of last year, Kristen commented that she only accepted the role of the princess because she loved her since her childhood.. She also spoke about her relationship with the British royal family.

“I’m not saying I had a super developed relationship with her, or the family as a whole, but I wouldn’t have played that role if I didn’t love her. It’s very easy to love her, it’s very immediate. Viscerally, she was a reflection of us”, commented the actress during the interview.

Kristen also comments that Lady Di represented “the first time that someone in this institution of the royal family looked like a real person”.

“Her fascination wasn’t based on false dreams…she provided a dream that felt real,” the artist said at the time.

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