Sunday, September 9, 2012


As things wind down for Kristen Stewart returning to the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) for the second time since her critically acclaimed Into the Wild film premiered, she tells MTV's Josh Horowitz that it has been "fun".

That can be certainly attested to with reports and tweets coming out indicating that she was hanging out at party the Soho House with the likes of George Clooney, Jon Hamm and The Hunger Games Jennifer Lawrence.  

Can you say, "A-listers unite?"

More after the jump

In a USA Today interview, Stewart talks about books that have influenced her life.  Two of the books she has starred in their film adaptations.

 Speak "Going way back, I did a movie of it too -- a book called Speak. As a young girl, it was fairly emotional for me for fundamentally obvious girlie reasons."
Book> On the Road:  "On the Road got me started reading a lot. It led me to The Stranger. It reminds you that you are, very much, alone."
Book> East of Eden:  "East of Eden because it blew my mind that someone could be so many people. It's so universal and all-encompassing. It's a whole world. It blew my head off."

Take a look at the MTV interview where Stewart discusses her film On the Road which premiered a new cut above.  Read more about Stewart's TIFF here.

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