There have been a lot of eyes on Kristen Stewart over the years, both in her career and her personal life, with people looking to see how she moves on from the hit movie franchise The Twilight Saga. These movies raised Kristen Stewart into Hollywood superstardom and now that the films are all over, it will be interesting to see where her career goes from here.
Kristen Stewart's first movie, since the final film The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part Two, is the upcoming film Camp X-Ray, which features at this years Sundance Film Festival. While at the Sundance Film Festival, Kristen spoke about the film, discussing the theme of love that runs through it.
Stewart told OTRC, "When you have really steadfast ideas of what is right and what is wrong, and then you involve people from very different backgrounds and differences of opinions, there's something there that never goes away, that you're both human and ... even though you may be in a position where you're like pitted against each other, you still love each other. Human beings love each other. That's just the way that it is and so that's what the movie's about. In this gray area, there's one constant and people shouldn't forget that."
As well as starring Kristen Stewart, the Camp X-Ray cast also includes Yousuf Azami, Tara Holt, Lane Garrison, John Carroll Lynch and Julia Duffy, to name just a few. Camp X-Ray is written and directed by Peter Sattler and, while the movie features at the Sundance Film Festival, there is no official release date as of yet.