You guys, Kristen Stewart has a famous admirer who considers her his muse. She's not just the star of the Twilight movies. To this actor/author/creative force, she is "the Queen" and the inspiration behind his novel, Actors Anonymous. "I don't know the intimate details of Kristen Stewart's life," the author claims. "But I don't need to because I'm not writing fiction. When I was writing, I was thinking, what are the pop culture phenomena of today? Yes! The Twilight movies." So who is this admirer of Kristen's? One guess ...
It's James Franco, of course. Who else would know all about the actor's life and have the time/chutzpah to write a novel? The novel's protagonist is an actress who goes on numerous sexual adventures and ... oh, well James claims he's totally making that part up. Pure invention, folks! He wouldn't know. Except don't you kind of wonder if he slipped a little first-hand experience in there?
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I mean, this is the same guy who wrote the essay, "Kristen Stewart the Queen," in which he explores her movie, Snow White and the Huntsman, with the academic rigor of an obsessive lit student on his first day in grad school. (I'm just saying. Been there.) Of course, he may have written the essay in irony. Or half irony. Anyway, he writes this about Kristen.
To me, then, the images of Snow White as a leader of immense strength, charging on horseback across the beach at the head of an army, has less to do with her character and more to do with the actress who plays her. Stewart has braved more scrutiny of her private life than most presidents. She has taken big career risks by doing films like Welcome to the Rileys, The Runaways and On the Road (nudity, I hear). She has worked her ass off. Whatever Snow White may be, Kristen is a warrior queen. Give her the crown.
And that is why these two should date. Supposedly they went to dinner with each other a while back, but it may have just been a friendly meeting. James probably doesn't "date" because he's James Franco. Whatever -- the point is, I think they'd make an intriguing couple. Intriguing as in weird and perplexing, but in a fun way.
Do you think Kristen Stewart and James Franco would make a good couple?
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