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Kristen Stewart candidly reflects on ‘Happiest Season’ role: It was a complete disaster




Kristen Stewart opens up on 'Happiest Season' role: It was 'a disaster'

Los Angeles, March 21 (IANS) Actress Kristen Stewart expressed her dissatisfaction with the lesbian romantic-comedy ‘Happiest Season’, calling it a disaster. In an interview with Them magazine, Kristen revealed that the studio executives made changes that stripped away the essence of her character.

Kristen shared, “The identity was beaten out of my goals there.” She mentioned receiving numerous notes about her appearance, which she found frustrating. The actress questioned the need for such changes when she was chosen for the role based on the script. The interference from the studio executives was a source of annoyance for Kristen.

The issue, according to Kristen, stemmed from the studio’s attempt to appeal to a wider audience by altering certain aspects of the film. She mentioned that the executives wanted to make the film more easily digestible for everyone. While Kristen understood the intention behind the changes, she acknowledged that director Clea Duvall had to handle the pressure of reshaping the original vision.


Despite facing challenges during the filming of ‘Happiest Season’, Kristen praised her latest project, ‘Love Lies Bleeding’, describing it as “pretty sick”. The actress commended director Clea Duvall for her patience and dedication in navigating the complexities of the industry. Kristen’s candid remarks shed light on the behind-the-scenes dynamics of Hollywood productions, highlighting the creative struggles faced by artists in the entertainment industry.

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